Moses (Moriz) Oppenheimer1

#9331, b. 28 December 1867, d. 16 August 1927
Last Edited=17 Jul 2003
     Moses (Moriz) Oppenheimer was born on 28 December 1867 at Schwäbisch Hall, Württemberg, Germany.2 He married Rosalie Löwenthal, daughter of Moriz (Moses) Löwenthal and Emma Thalheimer, on 14 August 1894 at Cannstatt, Württemberg, Germany.1 Moses (Moriz) Oppenheimer was at first a partner of the Cattle Sho of his father-in-law; After his father-in-law's death he was the sole proprietor. at Obertorstraße 45, Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.3 He was Viehhändler at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 He died on 16 August 1927 at Marienhospital, Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany, at age 59 from cancer.3 He was buried on 18 August 1927 at Ebershaldenfriedhofs, Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.3

Children of Moses (Moriz) Oppenheimer and Rosalie Löwenthal


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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Moirz Löwenthal und Emma geb. Thalheimer, pae 317. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.
  2. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jewish Life in Esslingen, Moriz Oppenheimer und Rosalie geb. Löwenthal.
  3. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jewish Life in Esslingen, Moriz Oppenheimer und Rosalie geb. Löwenthal, page 329.

Pauline Löwenthal1

#9332, b. 20 December 1874, d. 23 December 1899
Last Edited=16 Jul 2003
     Pauline Löwenthal was born on 20 December 1874 at Cannstatt, Württemberg, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Moriz (Moses) Löwenthal and Emma Thalheimer.1 Pauline Löwenthal died on 23 December 1899 at Cannstatt, Württemberg, Germany, at age 25.1

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Moirz Löwenthal und Emma geb. Thalheimer, pae 317. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.

(?) Löwenthal1

#9333, b. 30 January 1876, d. 31 January 1876
Last Edited=16 Jul 2003
     (?) Löwenthal was born on 30 January 1876 at Cannstatt, Württemberg, Germany.1 He died on 31 January 1876 at Cannstatt, Württemberg, Germany.1 He was the son of Moriz (Moses) Löwenthal and Emma Thalheimer.1

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Moirz Löwenthal und Emma geb. Thalheimer, pae 317. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.

Jette Wertheimer1

#9334, b. 22 August 1873, d. 1 February 1943 or 6 March 1943
Last Edited=16 Jul 2003
     Jette Wertheimer was born on 22 August 1873 at Bauerbach, Lkr. Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany.1 She married Leopold Löwenthal, son of Moriz (Moses) Löwenthal and Emma Thalheimer, on 31 August 1897 at Cannstatt, Württemberg, Germany.1 As of 31 August 1897,her married name was Löwenthal. Jette Wertheimer died on 1 February 1943 or 6 March 1943 at Theresienstadt Concentration Camp, Terezín, Czechoslovakia.1

Children of Jette Wertheimer and Leopold Löwenthal


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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Leopold Löwenthal und Jette geb. Wertheimer, pages 317 - 318. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.

Rosa Löwenthal1

#9336, b. 26 May 1898, d. 30 April 1956
Last Edited=17 Jul 2003
     Rosa Löwenthal was born on 26 May 1898 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Leopold Löwenthal and Jette Wertheimer.1 Rosa Löwenthal married Walter Friedrich on 28 January 1923 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 As of 28 January 1923,her married name was Friedrich. Rosa left the Jewish community in 1923. In October 1944, she was forcefully "evacuated"with her husband to Tierhaupten (Täferrot). On 12 February 1945 she was deported to Theresienstadt, from where she returned in June 1945 very sick to Tierhaupten and in October 1949 went again to Esslingen. She lived with her husband in 1956 at Neckarstraße 85.1 Rosa Löwenthal died on 30 April 1956 at Christophsbad, Göppingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, at age 57.1

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Leopold Löwenthal und Jette geb. Wertheimer, pages 317 - 318. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.

Walter Friedrich1

#9337, b. 15 August 1900, d. 26 August 1973
Last Edited=17 Jul 2003
     Walter Friedrich was born on 15 August 1900 at Chemnitz, Sachsen, Germany.1 He was Lutheran.1 He married Rosa Löwenthal, daughter of Leopold Löwenthal and Jette Wertheimer, on 28 January 1923 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 Walter Friedrich was Kaufmann und Prokuristen.1 He lived in 1960 at Wäldenbronner Straße 19, Esslingen-Hohenkreuz, Württemberg, Germany.1 He died on 26 August 1973 at Chemnitz, Sachsen, Germany, at age 73.1

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Leopold Löwenthal und Jette geb. Wertheimer, pages 317 - 318. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.

Dr. Hermann Löwenthal1

#9338, b. 18 April 1903
Last Edited=17 Jul 2003
     Dr. Hermann Löwenthal was born on 18 April 1903 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 He was the son of Leopold Löwenthal and Jette Wertheimer.1 Dr. Hermann Löwenthal married Erna Marx on 13 April 1933 at Tübingen, Württemberg, Germany.2

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Leopold Löwenthal und Jette geb. Wertheimer, pages 317 - 318. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.
  2. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jewish Life in Esslingen, Dr. Hermann Löwenthal und Erna geb. Marx, pages 318 - 319.

Ilse Löwenthal1

#9339, b. 5 March 1909, d. 26 March 1942
Last Edited=28 Jul 2003
     Ilse Löwenthal was born on 5 March 1909 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Leopold Löwenthal and Jette Wertheimer.1 She was a secretary and clerk in the Wilhelmspflege Orphanage, remained unmarried and lived with her parents in Obertorstraße 45; She perished after her deportation on 1 Decemeber 1941 and by declaration of the Esslingen local court was declared dead from 8 January 1942.1 Ilse Löwenthal died on 26 March 1942 at Holocaust at age 33.1

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Leopold Löwenthal und Jette geb. Wertheimer, pages 317 - 318. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.

Erna Marx1

#9340, b. 6 April 1902
Last Edited=17 Jul 2003
     Erna Marx was born on 6 April 1902 at Tübingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 Hermann Löwenthal studied physics since the winter semester 1923/24 in Tübingen and earned a docatorate as a Dr. rer. nat. phys. He lived in Tübingen last in 1930 at Melanchthonstraße 21. At the end of April 1933 both he and his wife left Tübingen and went to Esslingen, where they lived the following years at Oberen Betau 53. Hermann Löwenthal was in the parental "Firma Leopold Löwenthal, Waschmittel,-, Öl- und Fetthandlung" as a traveler and buyer. Hermann was incarcerated in the concentration camp Dachau from 11 November 1938 to 23 December 1938. Shortly before the outbreak of the war, on 25 August 1939, the family was able to emigrate to the USA. The lived in Rockford, Illinois and later moved to Chicago.1 She married Dr. Hermann Löwenthal, son of Leopold Löwenthal and Jette Wertheimer, on 13 April 1933 at Tübingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 As of 13 April 1933,her married name was Löwenthal.

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Dr. Hermann Löwenthal und Erna geb. Marx, pages 318 - 319. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.

Julie Dessauer1

#9342, b. 27 September 1843, d. 17 May 1888
Last Edited=17 Jul 2003
     Julie Dessauer was born on 27 September 1843 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Philipp Dessauer and Lea Levi.1 Julie Dessauer married Adolf (David) Levi on 15 January 1863 at Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany.2 As of 15 January 1863,her married name was Levi. Julie Dessauer died on 17 May 1888 at age 44.3

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Philipp Dessauer und Lea geb. Levi. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.
  2. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jewish Life in Esslingen, Adolf Levi (Lerner) und Juli geb. Dessauer.
  3. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jewish Life in Esslingen, Adolf Levi (Lener) und Juli geb. Dessauer.

Adolf (David) Levi1

#9343, b. 7 November 1833, d. 11 March 1918
Last Edited=17 Jul 2003
     Adolf (David) Levi was born on 7 November 1833 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 He married Julie Dessauer, daughter of Philipp Dessauer and Lea Levi, on 15 January 1863 at Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany.1 On 1884 his name was legally changed to Adolf Lener.2 From 1848 to 1851 Adolf Lener did an apprenticeship as a confectioner in Stuttgart and was then operated as a confectioner there (at Calwerstraße 36 1/2). He later lived at Mühlhausen i.E. He abandoned his Esslinger citizenship in 1886.2 Adolf (David) Levi died on 11 March 1918 at age 84.1

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Adolf Levi (Lerner) und Juli geb. Dessauer. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.
  2. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jewish Life in Esslingen, Adolf Levi (Lener) und Juli geb. Dessauer.

Berthold Oppenheimer1

#9344, b. 15 June 1895, d. after 1 December 1941
Last Edited=17 Jul 2003
     Berthold Oppenheimer was born on 15 June 1895 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 He was the son of Moses (Moriz) Oppenheimer and Rosalie Löwenthal.1 Berthold Oppenheimer married Martha Rothschild on 16 October 1929 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.2 Nach dem Tod des Vaters ging die Viehhandlung auf Berthold Oppenheimer über. Er. konnte seine Viehhandlung in der Obertorstraß 45 seit Januar 1935 nur noch eingeschränkt führen. Am 31. Dezember 1938 wurde ihre Schließung angeordnet. Er wohnte mit seiner Frau und dem Sohn in der Neckarstraße 85,1 und war der letzte Vorsteher der israelitischen Gemeine Esslignen. Nach der Pogromnacht kam er vom 10. November 1938 bis zum 12.Dezember 1938 in KZ Dachau. Von 1939 bis zur Deportation 1941 war er als ungelernter Arbeiter dienstverpflichtet.2 Berthold Oppenheimer died after 1 December 1941 at Riga, Latvia.2

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Moriz Oppenheimer und Rosalie geb. Löwenthal. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.
  2. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jewish Life in Esslingen, Berthold Oppenheimer und Martha geb. Rothschild, page 329.

Rosa Oppenheimer1

#9345, b. 23 September 1897, d. after 1 December 1941
Last Edited=10 Aug 2003
     Rosa Oppenheimer was born on 23 September 1897 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Moses (Moriz) Oppenheimer and Rosalie Löwenthal.1 Rosa Oppenheimer was also known as Erna Oppenheimer.2 She married Ernst Einstein on 1 March 1928 at Buchau, Württemberg, Germany.1 As of 1 March 1928,her married name was Einstein. Rosa Oppenheimer was deported on 1 December 1941 to Riga, Latvia.1 She died after 1 December 1941 at Riga, Latvia.1 Fred Einstein submitted a Page of Testimony on 9 January 1989 to commemorate Erna Oppenheimer, a victim of the holocaust.2

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Moriz Oppenheimer und Rosalie geb. Löwenthal. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.
  2. [S411] Page of Testimony, online http://www.yadvashem.org/wps/portal/IY_HON_Entrance, submitted in memory of Erna Einstein by Fred Einstein, filled out on 09 January 1989.

Ernst Einstein1

#9346, b. 25 February 1897, d. after 1 December 1941
Last Edited=10 Aug 2003
     Ernst Einstein was born on 25 February 1897 at Buchau, Württemberg, Germany.1 He married Rosa Oppenheimer, daughter of Moses (Moriz) Oppenheimer and Rosalie Löwenthal, on 1 March 1928 at Buchau, Württemberg, Germany.1 Ernst Einstein was owner of a factory manufacturing aprons. The business had to be sold in 1938.1 He was deported on 1 December 1941 to Riga, Latvia.1 He died after 1 December 1941 at Riga, Latvia.1 Fred Einstein submitted a Page of Testimony on 9 January 1989 to commemorate Ernst Einstein, a victim of the holocaust.2

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Moriz Oppenheimer und Rosalie geb. Löwenthal. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.
  2. [S411] Page of Testimony, online http://www.yadvashem.org/wps/portal/IY_HON_Entrance, submitted in memory of Ernst Einstein by Fred Einstein, filled out on 09 January 1989.

Martha Rothschild1

#9347, b. 24 February 1901, d. after 1 December 1941
Last Edited=17 Jul 2003
     Martha Rothschild was born on 24 February 1901 at Randegg, Baden, Germany.1 She married Berthold Oppenheimer, son of Moses (Moriz) Oppenheimer and Rosalie Löwenthal, on 16 October 1929 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 As of 16 October 1929,her married name was Oppenheimer. Martha Rothschild died after 1 December 1941 at Riga, Latvia.1

Child of Martha Rothschild and Berthold Oppenheimer


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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Berthold Oppenheimer und Martha geb. Rothschild, page 329. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.

Martin Oppenheimer1

#9348, b. 7 September 1930, d. after 1 December 1941
Last Edited=17 Jul 2003
     Martin Oppenheimer was born on 7 September 1930 at Esslingen, Württemberg, Germany.1 He was the son of Berthold Oppenheimer and Martha Rothschild.1 Martin Oppenheimer died after 1 December 1941 at Riga, Latvia.1

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Citations

  1. [S86] Joachim Hahn, Jüdisches Leben in Esslingen [Jewish Life in Esslingen] (Esslingen, Germany: Stadtarchiv Esslingen am Neckar [Esslingen on the Neckar City Archive], 1994), Berthold Oppenheimer und Martha geb. Rothschild, page 329. Hereinafter cited as Jewish Life in Esslingen.

Mary Calzaretta

#9349, b. 1909, d. April 2003
Last Edited=18 Jul 2003
     Mary Calzaretta was born in 1909. She died in April 2003.

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Mina Bodenheimer1

#9351, b. circa 1807, d. 25 February 1877
Last Edited=29 Jul 2003
     Mina Bodenheimer was born circa 1807 at Diedelsheim, Baden, Germany.1 She married Kaufmann Schrag, son of Salomon Schrag and Buhla or Behla Stahl, on 21 May 1840 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 As of 21 May 1840,her married name was Schrag. Mina Bodenheimer died on 25 February 1877 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1

Children of Mina Bodenheimer and Kaufmann Schrag


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Citations

  1. [S392] Bruno Janzer, Sippenbuch der Stadt Obergrombach (Lahr-Dinglingen: Editor, 1985), Kaufman Schrak, entry <4303>. Hereinafter cited as OSB Obergrombach.
  2. [S392] Bruno Janzer, OSB Obergrombach, Hirsch Schrag, entry 4307.
  3. [S392] Bruno Janzer, OSB Obergrombach, Salomon Schrag, entry 4309.

Theres Schrag1

#9352, b. 5 May 1841
Last Edited=29 Jul 2003
Relationship
2nd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
     Theres Schrag was born on 5 May 1841 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Kaufmann Schrag and Mina Bodenheimer.1

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Citations

  1. [S392] Bruno Janzer, Sippenbuch der Stadt Obergrombach (Lahr-Dinglingen: Editor, 1985), Kaufman Schrak, entry <4303>. Hereinafter cited as OSB Obergrombach.

Lyset Schrag1

#9353, b. 22 September 1845
Last Edited=29 Jul 2003
Relationship
2nd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
     Lyset Schrag was born on 22 September 1845 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Kaufmann Schrag and Mina Bodenheimer.1

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Citations

  1. [S392] Bruno Janzer, Sippenbuch der Stadt Obergrombach (Lahr-Dinglingen: Editor, 1985), Kaufman Schrak, entry <4303>. Hereinafter cited as OSB Obergrombach.

Hirsch Schrag1

#9354, b. 3 June 1843, d. 24 March 1918
Last Edited=25 Mar 2006
Relationship
2nd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
     Hirsch Schrag was born on 3 June 1843 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 He was the son of Kaufmann Schrag and Mina Bodenheimer.1 Hirsch Schrag married Theresia Türkheimer on 20 August 1872 at Bruchsal, Baden, Germany.1 Hirsch Schrag was Handelsmann in Obergrombach, dann Cigarrenfabrikant in Untergrombach (1874.)1 He died on 24 March 1918 at Untergrombach, Baden, Germany, at age 74.2

Children of Hirsch Schrag and Theresia Türkheimer


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Citations

  1. [S392] Bruno Janzer, Sippenbuch der Stadt Obergrombach (Lahr-Dinglingen: Editor, 1985), Hirsch Schrag, entry 4307. Hereinafter cited as OSB Obergrombach.
  2. [S149] Marga Lauber, Compilation of information on the Jews of Untergrombach, 1999, Untergrombach, Germany. Hirsch Schrag family card.

Theresia Türkheimer1

#9355, b. 15 August 1844, d. 21 May 1889
Last Edited=25 Mar 2006
     Theresia Türkheimer was born on 15 August 1844 at Münzesheim, Lkr. Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany.1,2 She married Hirsch Schrag, son of Kaufmann Schrag and Mina Bodenheimer, on 20 August 1872 at Bruchsal, Baden, Germany.1 As of 20 August 1872,her married name was Schrag. Theresia Türkheimer died on 21 May 1889 at Untergrombach, Baden, Germany, at age 44.2

Children of Theresia Türkheimer and Hirsch Schrag


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Citations

  1. [S392] Bruno Janzer, Sippenbuch der Stadt Obergrombach (Lahr-Dinglingen: Editor, 1985), Hirsch Schrag, entry 4307. Hereinafter cited as OSB Obergrombach.
  2. [S149] Marga Lauber, Compilation of information on the Jews of Untergrombach, 1999, Untergrombach, Germany. Hirsch Schrag family card.

Siegfried Schrag1

#9356, b. 19 May 1882
Last Edited=25 Mar 2006
Relationship
3rd cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
     Siegfried Schrag was born on 19 May 1882 at Untergrombach, Baden, Germany.1,2 He was the son of Hirsch Schrag and Theresia Türkheimer.1 Siegfried Schrag married Lina Türkheimer at Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany.2

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Citations

  1. [S392] Bruno Janzer, Sippenbuch der Stadt Obergrombach (Lahr-Dinglingen: Editor, 1985), Hirsch Schrag, entry 4307. Hereinafter cited as OSB Obergrombach.
  2. [S149] Marga Lauber, Compilation of information on the Jews of Untergrombach, 1999, Untergrombach, Germany. Hirsch Schrag family card.

Salomon Schrag1

#9357, b. 8 December 1848, d. 11 July 1916
Last Edited=28 May 2005
Relationship
2nd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
     Salomon Schrag was born on 8 December 1848 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 He was the son of Kaufmann Schrag and Mina Bodenheimer.1 Salomon Schrag received citizenship on 15 July 1875 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 He married Hannchen (Hannche) Falk on 15 July 1875 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 Salomon Schrag was Handelsmann before 1893 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 He lived after 1893 at Schloßstrasse 1, Bruchsal, Baden, Germany.1 He died on 11 July 1916 at Bruchsal, Baden, Germany, at age 67.1 He was buried at Friedhof Bruchsal, Bruchsal, Baden, Germany.2

Children of Salomon Schrag and Hannchen (Hannche) Falk


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Citations

  1. [S392] Bruno Janzer, Sippenbuch der Stadt Obergrombach (Lahr-Dinglingen: Editor, 1985), Salomon Schrag, entry 4309. Hereinafter cited as OSB Obergrombach.
  2. [S32] Gravestone of Salomon and Hannchen Schrag Gravestone, Bruchsal Jewish Cemetery, Bruchsal, Baden, Germany; Alex Calzareth.

Hannchen (Hannche) Falk1

#9358, b. 20 March 1856, d. 6 May 1916
Last Edited=29 Jul 2003
     Hannchen (Hannche) Falk was born on 20 March 1856 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 She married Salomon Schrag, son of Kaufmann Schrag and Mina Bodenheimer, on 15 July 1875 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 As of 15 July 1875,her married name was Schrag. Hannchen (Hannche) Falk died on 6 May 1916 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany, at age 60.1 She was buried at Friedhof Bruchsal, Bruchsal, Baden, Germany.2

Children of Hannchen (Hannche) Falk and Salomon Schrag


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Citations

  1. [S392] Bruno Janzer, Sippenbuch der Stadt Obergrombach (Lahr-Dinglingen: Editor, 1985), Salomon Schrag, entry 4309. Hereinafter cited as OSB Obergrombach.
  2. [S32] Gravestone of Salomon and Hannchen Schrag Gravestone, Bruchsal Jewish Cemetery, Bruchsal, Baden, Germany; Alex Calzareth.

(Daughter) Schrag1

#9359, b. 30 April 1877, d. 30 April 1877
Last Edited=29 Jul 2003
Relationship
3rd cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
     (Daughter) Schrag died on 30 April 1877 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 She was born on 30 April 1877 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Salomon Schrag and Hannchen (Hannche) Falk.1

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Citations

  1. [S392] Bruno Janzer, Sippenbuch der Stadt Obergrombach (Lahr-Dinglingen: Editor, 1985), Salomon Schrag, entry 4309. Hereinafter cited as OSB Obergrombach.

Minna Schrag1

#9360, b. 30 April 1877, d. 27 January 1943
Last Edited=1 Mar 2006
Relationship
3rd cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Minna Levita née Schrag
     Minna Schrag was born on 30 April 1877 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Salomon Schrag and Hannchen (Hannche) Falk.1 Minna Schrag married Jakob Levita on 16 September 1924 at Obergrombach, Baden, Germany.2 As of 16 September 1924,her married name was Levita. Minna Schrag and Jakob Levita lived at Güterhallenst. 69, Worms, Hessen, Germany.3 Minna Schrag and Jakob Levita lived at Karolingerst. 13, Worms, Hessen, Germany.3 Minna Schrag and Jakob Levita lived at Hintere Judengasse 6, Worms, Hessen, Germany.3 Minna Schrag was deported on 27 September 1942 at Worms, Hessen, Germany, to to Theresienstadt Concentration Camp with Transport XVII/1, No. 1018.3 She died on 27 January 1943 at Theresienstadt Concentration Camp, Terezín, Czechoslovakia, at age 65.4,3

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Citations

  1. [S392] Bruno Janzer, Sippenbuch der Stadt Obergrombach (Lahr-Dinglingen: Editor, 1985), Salomon Schrag, entry 4309. Hereinafter cited as OSB Obergrombach.
  2. [S392] Bruno Janzer, OSB Obergrombach, Jakob Levita, entry 4284.
  3. [S635] Henry R. Huttenbach, The Destruction of the Jewish Community of Worms: 1933 - 1945 (New York: The Memorial Committee for Jewish Victims of Nazism from Worms, 1981), p. 170, Nr. 232, Minna Levita née Schrag. Hereinafter cited as The Destruction of the Jewish Community of Worms.
  4. [S393] Keiner Bleib Verschont, Die Judenverfolung 1933-1945: Appendix, online http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Park/7572/hololst1.txt, Minna Levita geb. Schrag. Hereinafter cited as List of Nazi Victims from Worms.