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 Johann Nepomuk Hiedler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, also known as Johann Nepomuk Hüttler (March 19, 1807 – September 17, 1888), was a maternal great-grandfather and possibly also the paternal grandfather of Adolf Hitler.
Johann Nepomuk became a relatively prosperous farmer and was married to Eva Maria Decker (1792-1888) who was fifteen years his senior.
Johann Nepomuk's granddaughter, Klara had a longstanding affair with Alois before marrying him in 1885 after the death of his second wife.
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Hiedler's aimless and meandering lifestyle had brought him to Strones, where he had for some time dwelt in the same house as Maria Anna and her father.
This was the Johann Georg Hiedler who had married Alois's mother as long ago as 1842, had been dead for nineteen years, but had, according to the three witnesses of the legitimizing ceremony (all of whom had family connections) and according to Alois himself, acknowledged his paternity.
Nepomuk himself was baptized `Hiedler' and married as `Huttler'.
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Accordingly, Johann Georg Hiedler is one of three people most cited by modern historians as having possibly been the actual grandfather of Adolf Hitler.
Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, the younger brother of Johann Georg, and a Graz Jew by the name of Frankenberger.
In the 1950s, this third possibility was popular among historians, but modern historians now think it highly unlikely as the Jews were expelled from Graz in the fifteenth century and were not permitted to return until the 1860s, several decades after Alois' birth.
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 Johann Georg Hiedler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In German history, Johann Georg Hiedler (September 28, 1792 – 1857) was born to Martin Hiedler (November 17, 1762 - January 10, 1829) and Anna Maria Goschl (August 23, 1760 - December 7, 1854).
The other two are Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, the younger brother of Johann Georg, and a Graz Jew by the name of Frankenberger.
Hiedler, Johann Georg Hiedler, Johann Georg Hiedler, Johann Georg pt:Johann Georg Hiedler
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In 1876, Alois began using the name of his stepfather, Johann Georg Hiedler, after visiting a priest responsible for birth registries and declaring that Georg was his father (Alois gave the impression that Georg was still alive but he was long dead).
Adolf was legally born a Hitler, however, and was also closely related to Hiedler through his maternal grandmother, Johanna Hiedler.
Hitler was not sure who his paternal grandfather was, but it was probably either Johann Georg Hiedler or his brother Johann Nepomuk Hiedler.
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Alois was also the substitute for a great grandson to Anna Maria Hiedler, Nepomuk's mother and the matriarch in the household whose death in 1854 at the age of eightysix probably was one of the reasons that the seventeen-year-old Alois left the homestead and took off to Vienna as a shoemaker's apprentice.
The bridegroom was fifty-year-old Johann Georg Hiedler, Hüttler, or Hitler ("man from the hut"), who had been born to a peasant family in the village of Spital, northwest of Strones, in the district of Weitra.
However, according to the name change, Klara Poelzl, the daughter of Johanna Poelzl, born Hiedler, and Alois Hitler, the son of Johann Georg Hiedler, brother of Klara's grandfather on the maternal side, Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, were cousins, within the degree in which marriage was prohibited by the Church.
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 Embracing Open Sources » Nepomuk the Great
By a legend that he was the confessor of the Queen of Bohemia and refused to divulge the secrets of the confessional, he has been made into the first martyr of the seal of confession and a patron against calumnies and, because of the manner of his death, against floods.
There was also Johann Nepomuk Hummel, composer and musician, who was educated first by Mozart and then by the great Salieri, and became good friend with Beethoven.
And there was Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, Adolf Hitler’s maternal great-grandfather and possibly also his paternal grandfather.
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 Modern Nationalism and the Holocaust: The Cases of Germany and Croatia | Carl Savich | Columns | Serbianna.com
Modern nationalism emerged in the late 18th century with a reliance on German writer Johann Gottfried Herder’s concept of a nation based on a shared culture and language, a volkish concept of a nation, as opposed to a political or religious state.
Johann Georg Hiedler’s brother, Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, had a Slavic middle name, Nepomuk, which is of Czech or Slavic origin and is a non-German name, derived from the medieval Czech saint of Prague.
Johann Nepomuk Hiedler is possibly the biological grandfather of Hitler.
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 yhik05
The undersigned hereby confirm that Johann Georg Hiedler, who is well known to the undersigned witnesses, has acknowledged paternity of the child Alois of Anna Maria Schicklgruber and requests that his name be entered in the Baptismal Register.
But he made the condition that Alois should assume the name Hiedler, and on June 4, 1876, the name Alois Schicklgruber in the Church Register of the Parish of Döllersheim was altered to Alois Hiedler; the local government authority in Mistelbach ratifying this alteration on January 6, 1877.
It is typical of his father that instead of accepting the version "Hiedler," as did the rest of his relations, he invented the new spelling, "Hitler." It was in keeping with his mania for ceaseless change.
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 Informat.io on Alois Hitler
The day he was born, after Alois was baptised at the nearby village of Döllersheim, the space for his father's name on the baptismal certificate was left blank and the priest wrote "illegitimate." Baby Alois was cared for by Maria in a house she shared at Strones with her elderly father Johannes Schicklgruber.
The official change, registered at the government office in Mistelbach on January 6 1877 transformed "Aloys Schicklgruber" into "Alois Hitler." It is not known who decided on the spelling of Hitler instead of Hiedler.
Whether Alois' father was either of two brothers has little historical interest except for making Adolf Hitler's ancestry more incestuous since his mother Klara Pölzl's maternal grandfather was Nepomuk.
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Five years later she married Johann Georg Hiedler or Hitler (spelling was a bit casual in those days).
Werner Maser thinks it was the brother of his legal grandfather, one Johann Nepomuk Hiedler.
Nepomuk was also the grandfather of Klara Poelzl, Hitler's mom.
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 Hitler's family
Schicklgrubers were joined by Johann Georg Hiedler, an itinerant journeyman miller.
Johann Georg Hiedler in the nearby village of Döllersheim.
In 1888, after the death of Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, he bought a farm in Hafeld, near Linz, with the
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On 10 May, 1842, five years after Aloys was born, Maria Anna Schicklgruber married Johann Georg Hiedler in the nearby village of Döllersheim.
Maser asserts Johann Georg Hiedler was not Aloys' biological father (and hence not Adolf Hitler's grandfather) as Aloys later claimed, but there is no proof either way.
Some time after Maria was married (but no more than five years later) Aloys was sent to live with Johann Georg's brother, Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, who had a modest but prosperous farm in the village of Spital.
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His father Alois was born out of wedlock and used his mother's surname, ''Schicklgruber'', until he was 40.
In 1876, he began using the name of his stepfather, Johann Georg Hiedler, after visiting a priest responsible for birth registries and declaring that Georg was his father (Alois gave the impression that Georg was still alive but he was long dead).
There have been rumours that Hitler was one-quarter Jew ish and that his paternal grandmother, Maria Schicklgruber, had become pregnant after working as a servant in a Jewish household in Graz.
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 Adolf Hitler - Article from FactBug.org - the fast Wikipedia mirror site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Hitler did not know for sure the identity of his paternal grandfather although it was likely either Johann Georg Hiedler or his brother Johann von Nepomuk Hiedler.
There have been rumours that Hitler was one-quarter Jewish and that his grandmother Maria Schicklgruber had become pregnant after working as a servant in a Jewish household in Graz.
Hitler's medical health has long been the subject of debate, and he has variously been suggested to have suffered from irritable bowel syndrome, skin lesions, irregular heartbeat, tremors on the left side of his body, syphilis, Parkinson's disease and addiction to methamphetamines.
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In 1896, he began using the name of his stepfather, Johann Georg Hiedler, after visiting a priest responsible for birth registries and declaring that Georg was his father (Alois gave the impression that Georg was still alive but he was long dead).
Hitler was not sure who his paternal grandfather was, but it was probably either Johann Georg Hiedler or his brother Johann von Nepomuk Hiedler.
There have been rumours that Hitler was one-quarter Jewish and that his paternal grandmother, Maria Schicklgruber, had become pregnant after working as a servant in a Jewish household in Graz.
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 La Familia Hitler - Segunda Guerra Mundial - Exordio
Cuando Johann Georg Hiedler murió en 1857, Alois decidió cambiar su apellido por Hitler, que parece ser un nombre formado por los apellidos Hüttler y Hiedler.
Se especula, que debido a la devoción que Johann Nepomuk Hüttler demostró por Alois, bien podría haber sido su padre natural.
Cuando muere Franziska, Alois se casó con Klara Pölzl, hija de Johanna Hütttler y nieta de Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, quien a su vez era hermano de su padre adoptivo, razón por la cual requirió de una dispensa papal para casarse.
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 BBC - Legacies - Myths and Legends - England - Liverpool - Adolf Hitler - did he visit Liverpool during 1912-13? - ...
Alois snr, the natural father of both boys, was born on 7 June 1837 to Maria Anna Schickelgruber, a forty-two year old unmarried daughter of Johann Schickelgruber from the village of Strones in Lower Austria.
It would not appear to be due to his illegitimacy, as he had never attempted to conceal it, rather, it may have been due to a legacy from his heir-less adopted father Johann Nepomuk Hiedler that required Alois to legally take the family name.
As a consequence his birth records were altered to read Johann Georg Hiedler as the name of his father, despite the fact he had been dead for nearly 20 years.
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 yhik04
Frau Klara Hitler, nee Pölzl, was born on August 12, 1860, in Spital, a poor village in the Waldviertel.
This Johanna Hüttler, Adolf's maternal grandmother, was, according to the documents, a daughter of Johann Nepomuk Hiedler.
Thus Klara Pölzl was directly related to the Hüttler--Hiedler family, for Johann Nepomuk Hiedler was the brother of that Johann Georg Hiedler who appears in the baptismal register of Döllersheim as Adolf's father's father.
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 Explaining Hitler
Instead, Hitler's father, Alois, went to live with Johann Georg's brother, Johann Nepomuk Hiedler (one reason Maser believes Nepomuk is his real father), a somewhat more settled and prosperous (but already married) peasant.
This was the one by means of which Maria Schicklgruber's child--Alois Schicklgruber up till then--in his fortieth year suddenly reappeared in his home parish to claim, retroactively, that the long-dead wandering miller Georg, who'd never formally acknowledged paternity during his life, had been his biological father.
When wife number two died, Alois sought to legitimize his live-in liaison with his maid/mistress Klara but there was a barrier: "bilateral affinity in the third degree touching the second" as Alois's petition to the local bishop (prepared with ecclesiastical assistance) described his complicated family relationship to Klara.
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Up to now the most conclusive version of Hitler's family background has been that given by the historian Werner Maser, according to which Hitler had no Jewish ancestors but was the product of a particularly close knit peasant interbreeding.
Maser believes Hitler's father had no connection with either Frankenberger or Johann Georg Hiedler, the miller's apprentice whom Hitler's grandmother Maria Anna Schicklgruber married in 1842, but was the natural son of his 'foster father', Johann Nepomuk Hiedler (or Huttler).
But Maser cannot produce the vital document showing that Johann Nepomuk Hiedler (Huttler) was in fact the natural father of Alois Schicklgruber—Hitler.
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 Hitlers Irish Relatives
Hitler's father, Alois, was born on 7 June 1837 to Maria Anna Schickelgruber, unmarried daughter of Johann Schickelgruber from the village of Strones in Lower Austria.
When Alois was five years old, his mother married a mill worker named Johann Georg Hiedler.
In 1876, when he was 39, Alois, now a customs official in the Austrian service, succeeded in persuading his foster father, Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, to have his birth records altered.
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 The Ultimate Adolf Hitler Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
Alois Hitler was born out of wedlock, and, until he was 40, used his mother's surname Schicklgruber.
There have been rumours Hitler was one quarter Jewish and that his grandmother Maria Schicklgruber had become pregnant after working as a servant in a Jewish household in Graz, Austria.
Johann von Nepomuk Hiedler, maternal great-grandfather, presumed great uncle and possibly Hitler's true paternal grandfather
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 Adolf Hitler Resource Page - adof hitler
He was legally born a Hitler, however, and was closely related to Hiedler through his mother's family.
Hitler did not know for sure who his paternal grandfather was, adolph hitler 1945 but it was probably either Johann Georg Hiedler or his brother Johann von Nepomuk Hiedler.
Hitler's medical health has long been the subject of debate, and he has variously been suggested to have suffered from irritable bowel syndrome, skin lesions, irregular heartbeat, tremors on the left side of his body, syphilis, Parkinson's disease and a strongly suggested addiction to methamphetamines.
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 Sample text for Library of Congress control number 97034468
It didn't entail the wandering miller adopting Maria's five-year-old son, Alois, the future father of Adolf-an adoption that might have been expected if, in fact, Johann Georg was the biological father of the boy.
This was the one by means of which Maria Schicklgruber's child-Alois Schicklgruber up till then-in his fortieth year suddenly reappeared in his home parish to claim, retroactively, that the long-dead wandering miller Georg, who'd never formally acknowledged paternity during his life, had been his biological father.
The questionable circumstances of these three Döllersheim ceremonies and the strange fate of Döllersheim itself would be of no concern to anyone if the newly minted Alois Hitler had not gone on to father a child named Adolf-and perhaps if Adolf had not shown such an exaggerated sensitivity to these Döllersheim aspects of his background.
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 Adolf Hitler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In 1876 he began using the name of his stepfather, Johann Georg Hiedler, who had died years earlier, after Hiedler's brother Nepomuk declared at a notary that his brother was indeed Alois' father (although Hiedler had never recognized the paternity of his stepson).
Ironically, Adolf Hitler was related to Hiedler through his mother's family.
Hitler did not know for sure who his grandfather was and there have been rumours Hitler was one-fourth Jewish.
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 The Real Hitler
Marriage of Alois' mother to Johann Georg Hiedler.
Alois Schicklgruber apprenticed to a bootmaker in Vienna, Austria.
Alois' third marriage with Klara Pölzl, granddaughter of Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, brother of Alois' deceased stepfather.
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