Anna Wilhelmine Ullrich

b. 30 April 1911, d. 30 October 1947

Anna Wilhelmine Ullrich Diehm

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Birth*Anna Wilhelmine Ullrich was born on 30 April 1911 at Kirn Nahe, Germany. 
Marriage*She married Johann Franz Diehm, son of Georg Jakob Diehm and Charlotte Hebel, on 29 June 1934 at Kirn Nahe, Germany. 
Death*Anna Wilhelmine Ullrich died on 30 October 1947 at Kirn Nahe, Germany, at age 36. 
Burial*She was buried on 1 November 1947 at Kirn Nahe, Germany. 
Note*She Religion: ev BIOGRAPHY: memories of an amazing woman from George Karl Diehm Diehm Wilhelmine, born Ullrich came from a strict but well-ordered home and always lived only for her family. She was born on 30/04/1911 in Kirn / Nahe, the oldest of nine children of the married couple Charles and Caroline Ullrich, born born Frey. She lived at a time, which are among the most difficult in Germany of the twentieth century ist.Schon from early childhood to help you had in the budget. When, on 10/31/1934 her mother Caroline died, still demanded more help. While these labor-months, you thought of founding a family. On 29/06/1935, she married Hans Diehm from Simmern / Hunsrück. The first home was the couple in the back Obersteinerstr Diehm. 32 in Kirn. Here came the first on 08/12/1935 George Karl's son to the world. On 12.06.1938 Günter follows as second Son. During the early days of the change of residence was in an attic of today's Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 12 There, in 1940 and 1941 Hermann Hans Werner was born. Our father was treated as a railroad to Lissa and our mother had to feed the four small children alone. In war, this was a special challenge. In the spring of 1942 followed the move of the whole family to Lisbon / Warteland, now Leszno in Poland. That was a big change in a foreign world. In this phase on 06.06.1943 Jürgen than 5 Son born. During this time, Aunt Herta for several months to visit. As a further help our mother was Helene Komtek, a Polish maid. In the war to feed this large family was a difficult task. Particularly difficult was the care my clothes and shoes, as it was just in time of war in Germany. Something better was the food supply despite Map with food and drink, and because our parents planted a large fruit and vegetable garden haben.Neben the ration card there was the budget pass for things such as writing paper, abrasive cloth, cough syrup etc. In the late summer of 1944 our father was drafted into the armed forces and our mother was in a strange city all alone there. While our mother was in a strange city all alone there. While our mother's concerns and needs has worn alone, Lissa was our children are the most wonderful time. A children's time that has been shaped by war, flight and post-war period. The ideal world was for us kids at Christmas 1944 by. Even today I have the sad Christmas in mind. Our mother in a chair and in the living room corner, we gathered on the floor around children, right on the other side of the door, a Christmas tree. Among them, a green wooden tank and a few biscuits for five children. The words are forgotten, the sad mood remains in my memory. Although our mother was thinking with our father, she tried to comfort us children. How do we make the time to 21 January 1945 I have spent no more proof. On the 20th January 1945 was purchased by her in Lissa. (See entry in the budget pass) On 21 January 1945 began a surprise trip to Kirn. A journey, from the mother believed our few months back to be, and a 10 months after the flight on forestry in the Lausitz, Bebra, Röderau and Frechen vineyards, Kirn ended in. From today's perspective, it is no longer understand what our mother was very worried at this time, and what they had to do everything to us all in good health to bring them home. But Wilhelmina, Ullrich Mienchen has done it. the way it was when we had to do in Augsburg station, she had the opportunity monastery with us to stay in one. There she was able to correct our children well again baden.Da we were so constantly on the move, there was rarely an opportunity to cleanse us. In the monastery, we got to eat well. When we finally arrived at the grandparents in Kirn, it lasted not long until our father from Russian imprisonment respectively. Hospital was released and was able to come home to us. He had a belly shot and it was the right arm was elbow-joint operates out. The handicapped him greatly, so that our mother had not only five small children, but also provide our sick father. After Karl and his brother James, the roof on the house Ullrich renewed had Grandpa us, we moved seven people in two attic rooms with. There is always an open question remain, mother Hatun all through this difficult time to get done as, us well fed to ensure that we all had something to wear. One thing is certain: Our mom was an exceptionally strong woman and it is a pity that she had to die so young. Wilhelmine (Mienchen) Diehm born Ullrich died on 30 October 1947 at the age of 36. Occupation: Housewife in 2010. 


Johann Franz Diehm b. 29 June 1913, d. 14 August 1975

Last Edited2 Dec 2010