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The Schicklgrubers had for generations been a peasant family, smallholders in the Waldviertel, a picturesque but poor, hilly and (as the name suggests) woody area in the most north-westerly part of Lower Austria, bordering on Bohemia, whose inhabitants had something of a reputation for being dour, hard-nosed, and unwelcoming.
Maria Anna died in 1847, and Hiedler's hand-to-mouth existence was ended by a stroke a decade later.
Though it was rumoured that after their marriage, Johann Georg and Maria Anna were so poor that they had to sleep in a cattle-trough for a bed, it has been established that Maria Anna was less impoverished than once thought.
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  Encyclopedia: Maria Schicklgruber
Maria's mother died in 1821 when Maria was 26.
Maria was 47, her new husband was 50.
Maria died during the sixth year of her marriage, at the age of 52, in Klein-Motten, Austria, where she was living with her husband in the home of kin, the Sillip family.
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 Maria Schicklgruber: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Maria Anna Schicklgruber (April 15, 1795 – January 7, 1847) was Adolf Hitler (German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)) 's paternal grandmother.
Maria's mother died in 1821, when Maria was 26, leaving her an inheritance of 74.25 gulden.
Maria had only five years of marriage, then she passed away at the age of 52 in Klein-Motten, Austria, where she was living with her husband in the home of their relations, the Sillip family.
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 Hitler's Family Background   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Maria Anna Schicklgruber was born to a peasant family in 1795 in Waldviertel, Austria.
Despite the stigma of having a child out of wedlock, Maria Anna refused to reveal the identity of the father, thus, Alois was recorded as illegitimate in the parish registry of Doellersheim, and he was raised carrying the last name of his mother - Schicklgruber.
Maria Anna passed away in 1847 and Johann Georg left the village and Alois Schicklgruber was sent to live with Johann Georg's brother, Johann Nepomuk Hiedler.
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 Alois Hitler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Alois Hitler, born Aloys Schicklgruber (June 7, 1837 - January 3, 1903) was the father of Adolf Hitler.
Maria either refused to reveal who her baby's father was, or simply didn’t know.
Unexplained though, is why Georg and Maria did not officially declare Alois their legitimate son once they were legally married, nor why Georg got old and died, never having first made sure to carry on his family name by legitimizing his son and giving him his rightful name.
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 Alois Hitler: bio and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Alois Hitler, born Aloys Schicklgruber (7 June 1837 - 3 January 1903) was the father of Adolf Hitler (German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)).
Maria either refused to reveal who it was or simply didn’t know.
Unexplained is why Georg and Maria did not declare Alois their legitimate son once they were legally married, or why Georg died without legitimizing his son and perpetuating his line of the family.
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 Alois Hitler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baby Alois was cared for by Maria in a house she shared with her elderly father, Johannes Schicklgruber, in Strones.
Sometime later, Johann Georg Hiedler moved in with the Schicklgrubers and married Maria when Alois was five.
An explanation for Alois being sent to live on his uncle's farm as a child is that Georg and Maria were simply too poor to raise Alois, or could not raise him as well as his uncle, or perhaps Maria's health was in decline (she died when he was ten).
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 Maria Schicklgruber
Maria Anna Schicklgruber (15 April 1795 – 7 January 1847) was Adolf Hitler's paternal grandmother.
Maria was 47, her new husband was 50.
Maria died during the sixth year of her marriage, at the age of 52, in Klein-Motten, Austro-Hungarian Empire, where she was living with her husband in the home of kin, the Sillip family.
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 TT Article -The Saga Of The Gibson Women
Maria Schicklgruber was an ungainly creature of 42 when her only child arrived in the summer of 1837, and those that knew her were incredulous that she had found anyone willing to impregnate her.
Maria Schicklgruber's illegitimate son had become a father to his own son in Braunau, Austria a month earlier.
It was also in 1923 that Maria Schicklgruber's grandson was responsible for what became known as the Beer Hall Putsch, a failed attempt to capture the government of Bavaria.
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 Maria Schicklgruber
The area she lived in was known as the Waldviertal, a hilly, forested area, picturesque but poor, in the northwest part of lower Austria, just north of Vienna.
Five years after the birth of Aloys, on May 10, 1842 at a ceremony in the nearby village of Dollersheim, Maria Anna Schicklgruber married Johann Georg Hiedler.
The Dollersheim parish record states that Maria died of "consumption resulting from pectoral (thoracic) dropsy." The year was 1847.
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 Maria Schicklgruber   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
It cannot even be asserted that Maria herself knew who herson's father was, as there is no evidence that she did or did not know.
Maria had only five years of marriage, then she passed away at the age of 52 in Klein-Motten, Austria, where she was livingwith her husband in the home of their relations, the Sillip family.
The Dollersheim parish record states that Maria died of "consumption resulting from pectoral(thoracic) dropsy." The year was 1847.
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 Maria Schicklgruber   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Historian Bradley F. Smith of the Hoover Institution speculates that Maria may have moved to a city and taken a job as a housekeeper, or stayed in her home village of Strones and found casual employment.
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.
Maria died during the sixth year of her marriage, at the age of 52, in Klein-Motten, where she was living with her husband in the home of kin, the Sillip family.
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 Armoire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In a quiet corner of this museum are multiple objects that belonged to Maria Anna Schicklgruber, Hitler’s paternal grandmother.
After the war, Grandmother Schicklgruber’s property was lost and forgotten, until it surfaced in Munich and was returned to the museum in Horn.
Obviously Maria Anna Schicklgruber occupied a prominent position in her little world.
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 The ACG/SZO Discussion Forums - What's in a name ?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Hitler's grand-father, Johann Heidler, was a wandering miller who married one Maria Schicklgruber in 1842.
Maria Schicklgruber died in 1847, whereupon Johann Heidler disappeared for 30 years.
Schicklgruber was and is one of my favorite names...gotta be careful where I say down here in Freistaat Bayern, though.
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 Alois Hitler
The day he was born, after Alois was baptized 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.
An explanation for Alois being sent to live on his uncle's farm as a child is that Georg and Maria were simply too poor to raise Alois, or; could not raise him as well as his uncle, or perhaps Maria's health was in decline (she died when he was ten).
Unexplained is why Georg and Maria did not declare Alois their legitimate son once they were legally married, or why Georg died without legitimizing his son and perpetuating his line of the family.
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 Shofar FTP Archives: people/h/hitler.adolf/family/incest-in-the-family
This cook called Schicklgruber, Adolf Hitler's grandmother, was employed in a Jewish household by the name of Frankenberger when she gave birth to her child.
An Alois Schicklgruber appears for the first time in 1900; but since he was much younger than Alois Schicklgruber, he naturally is out of the question as Alois' father.
These studies show that the illegitimate child Alois, whose family name Schicklgruber was not officially changed to Hitler until 1876, was never acknowledged as his own child by his alleged father Georg Hiedler -- a variant spelling was Huettler -- even when Georg married Maria Anna Schicklgruber in 1842.
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 fufor's unregelmässige news: Hitler was a Rothschild
Alois Hitler, father of Adolf, was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber and Baron Rothschild.
As a result of this investigation a secret document was prepared that proved that Maria Anna Schicklgruber was living in Vienna at the time she conceived.
1850 Alois Schicklgruber apprenticed to a bootmaker in Vienna, Austria.
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 La vita di Adolf Hilter.
In seguito i suoi avversari politici fecero circolare delle voci che insinuavano che Hitler fosse di origine ebrea: dopo che Maria Teresa d'Austria aveva dato la cittadinanza piena agli ebrei che si convertivano al cattolicesimo, essi usavano tradurre i loro cognomi ebraici in tedesco e Schicklgruber era un cognome comune tra gli ebrei convertiti.
Le voci che affermavano che egli fosse per un quarto ebreo sarebbero dovute al fatto che sua nonna Maria Anna Schicklgruber fosse rimasta incinta del padre di Adolf mentre era al servizio di una famiglia ebrea a Graz, in Austria.
Il datore di lavoro di Maria, inoltre, le corrispose una cifra mensile per il mantenimento del figlio fino alla maggiore eta', cosa che difficilmente avrebbe fatto se non si fosse sentito in obbligo.
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 The real “Jewish question”   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
His father, Alois, born in 1837, was the illegitimate son of a servant girl, Maria Anna Schicklgruber, and it is possible Adolf Hitler's grandfather was Jewish.
There is some speculation their 19-year-old son got Maria pregnant and regularly sent her money after the birth of Alois.
In 1885, Alois Hitler, 48, married Klara Polzl, 24, and she eventually gave birth to two boys and a girl, all of whom died.
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 'The Incubation period' from 'The Face Of The Third Reich'
Maria Anna Schicklgruber's son came at an early age into the care of the peasant Nepomuk Hiedler, subsequently the mother's brother-in-law.
Up to his fortieth year he was called Alois Schicklgruber, then, evidently on the initiative of his 'foster father' and with the help of a mistake by the pastor of Dollersheim, who kept the register of births and deaths, he changed his name.
No one can say what effect it had on his son when he learned these facts just as he was setting out to conquer power in Germany; but there is some reason to suppose that the sombre aggression he had always felt towards his father now became open hate.
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 Maria Schicklgruber - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Maria Schicklgruber - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The area she lived in is known as the Waldviertel, a hilly, forested area, picturesque but poor, in the northwest part of Lower Austria, northeast of Vienna.
Maria Schicklgruber, Footnotes, References, 1795 births, 1847 deaths and Hitler family.
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 The Rise of Hitler - April 20, 1889 Adolf Hitler is born
He was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber and her unknown mate, which may have been someone from the neighborhood or a poor millworker named Johann Georg Hiedler.
Maria Schicklgruber was said to have been employed as a cook in the household of a wealthy Jewish family named Frankenberger.
The marriage lasted five years until her death of natural causes, at which time Alois went to live on a small farm with his uncle.
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 Hitler's ancestors in Waldviertel - Stormfront White Nationalist Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Maria Anna Schicklgruber died 1847 at the age of 50, when her child had 10 years, in the tiny village Klein-Motten bei Döllersheim from “Auszehrung infolge Brustwassersucht”.
Her husband, of whom few is known, died 10 years later at 65 from palsy as “Inwohner” of his home village Spital, but not with his brother.
Alois Schicklgruber grew up together with the three daughters of Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, who were about the same age as him.
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 Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun
His father, Alois Hitler, (born Schicklgruber), (1837–1903), was a minor customs official; and his mother, Klara Pölzl, (1860–1907), Alois'; second cousin, was his father's third wife.
This was also exploited in Allied propaganda during World War II when pamphlets bearing the phrase "Heil Schicklgruber" were airdropped over German cities.[citation needed] Adolf was legally born a Hitler, however, and was also closely related to Hiedler through his maternal grandmother, Johanna Hiedler.
There have been rumours that Hitler was one-quarter Jewish [1] 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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 Biography of Adolf Hitler: Introduction, and Part One.
April, 1795: Maria Anna Schicklgruber, Adolf Hitler's paternal grandmother, is born of in the hamlet of Strones.
Her husband, Johann Georg Hiedler, is nowhere to be found, but Georg's 40 year old brother, Johann Nepomuk Huettler, had already taken young Alois Shicklgruber into his family's medium sized farm in Spital shortly after Maria Ann and Georg were married.
The one thing that is clear is that, with the ambiguity in Hitlers family tree concerning the identity of his paternal grandfather, he would not have been eligible to marry an 'Aryan' maiden under his own eugenics laws.
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