Clara Maas1

#19201, b. 5 March 1898, d. 21 September 1898
Last Edited=3 Dec 2017
     Clara Maas was born on 5 March 1898 at New York, New York.2 She was the daughter of Karl Maas and Sara Auerbacher.1 Clara Maas died on 21 September 1898 at New York, New York.1 She was buried on 22 September 1898 at Washington Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.1

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Citations

  1. [S1878] FamilySearch, "New York City Death Records, 1795 - 1949," Partial Record Transcriptions, ), Clara Maas, Certificate no. 27033 (Manhattan, 1898); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240477
  2. [S1879] FamilySearch, "New York City Birth Records, 1846 - 1909," Partial Record Transcriptions, ), Female Maas, born 05 March 1898, Certificate no. 9424 (Manhattan, 1898); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282

Gertrude Atkinson1,2

#19202, b. 4 December 1898, d. 15 February 1947
Last Edited=3 Dec 2017
     Her married name was Maas.1 Gertrude Atkinson married Ludwig Isidor Maas, son of Karl Maas and Sara Auerbacher.1 Gertrude Atkinson was born on 4 December 1898 at Michigan.1,2 She lived in February 1947 at 536 East 84th Street, New York, New York.2 She died on 15 February 1947 at City Hospital, Welfare Island, New York, New York, at age 48.2 She was buried on 19 February 1947 at Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Glendale, Queens, New York.2

Child of Gertrude Atkinson and Ludwig Isidor Maas


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Citations

  1. [S2062] Sarah Maas household, 1940 U.S. Census, New York County, New York, population schedule, 08 April 1940, Enumeration District (ED) 31-1448, sheet 9A, National Archives micropublication Series T627, Roll 2658, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S108] Gertrude Maas, Death Certificate 4228 (Manhattan,1947), New York City Municipal Archives, 31 Chambers Street, New York, New York. Hereinafter cited as New York City Death Certificate.

Ludwig Maas1

#19203, b. circa 1924
Last Edited=3 Dec 2017
     Ludwig Maas was born circa 1924 at New York.1 He is the son of Ludwig Isidor Maas and Gertrude Atkinson.1

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Citations

  1. [S2062] Sarah Maas household, 1940 U.S. Census, New York County, New York, population schedule, 08 April 1940, Enumeration District (ED) 31-1448, sheet 9A, National Archives micropublication Series T627, Roll 2658, viewed on Ancestry.com.

Madlyn Winfield Randolph1

#19205, b. circa 1899, d. 11 January 1928
Last Edited=3 Dec 2017
     Madlyn Winfield Randolph was born circa 1899.1 As of 17 September 1921,her married name was Maas.1 She married Ludwig Isidor Maas, son of Karl Maas and Sara Auerbacher, on 17 September 1921 at Broadway Tabernacle Church, New York, New York.1 Madlyn Winfield Randolph lived in January 1928 at 464 Amsterdam Ave., New York, New York.2 She died on 11 January 1928 at New York, New York.2 She was buried on 14 January 1928 at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.2

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Citations

  1. [S109] NYC Marriage Certificate: Ludwig Louis Maas and Madlyn Winfield Randolph, married 17 September 1921, Certificate No. 25600 (Manhattan), New York City Municipal Archives, 31 Chambers Street, New York, New York. Hereinafter cited as NYC Marriage Certificate:Ludwig Louis Maas and Madlyn Winfield Randolph, married 17 September 1921, Certificate No. 25600 (Manhattan).
  2. [S1878] FamilySearch, "New York City Death Records, 1795 - 1949," Partial Record Transcriptions, ), Madlyn Maas, Certificate no. 1356 (Manhattan, 1928); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240477

Feilche Liebmann1

#19213, b. circa 1755, d. 15 May 1792
Last Edited=10 Dec 2017
     Feilche Liebmann was also known as Veilche.2 She was born circa 1755 at Weiler bei Sinsheim, Germany.1 She married Gerson Löw Reichert, son of Löw (?).2 Feilche Liebmann died on 15 May 1792 at Berwangen, Kr. Sinsheim, Baden, Germany.3

Child of Feilche Liebmann and Gerson Löw Reichert


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Citations

  1. [S2065] B125, 1827 Citizenship Register, indicating that the second wife of Gerson Reichert was Feila Liebmann born 1755 in Weiler, Schutzbürgerlich angenommen about or by 1778, died about or by 1802 [the symbol proceeding the years 1778 and 1802 is unclear], Gemeindearchiv Berwangen, Kirchardt, Germany. Hereinafter cited as Gemeindearchiv Berwangen.
  2. [S520] Freudental, Familienbuch Freudental: p. 232, Family Register for Veit Isaak Stein and Riele, daughter of Gerson from Berwangen;Reichssippenamt (RSA) 925, Bestand J386 Film HF234, Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart, Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 4, Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany . Hereinafter cited as Buttenhausen Family Book.
  3. [S647] Monika Preuß, Verstorbenenregister des jüdischen Friedhofes in Bad Rappenau-Heinsheim (Berliner Straße 12, 73728 Esslingen a.N.: Landesdenkmalamat Baden-Württemberg, 1997), Grave 762, Feliche wife of Gerson, died 15 May 1792. Hereinafter cited as Heinsheim Jewish Cemetery List.

Gütel Salomon1

#19214, b. circa 1741, d. circa 1778
Last Edited=10 Dec 2017
     Gütel Salomon was born circa 1741 at Freudental, Württemberg.1 She was the daughter of Salomon Mannes.2 Gütel Salomon married Gerson Löw Reichert, son of Löw (?), between 1765 and 1770.1 Gütel Salomon died circa 1778 at Berwangen, Kr. Sinsheim, Baden, Germany.1

Children of Gütel Salomon and Gerson Löw Reichert


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Citations

  1. [S2065] B125, 1827 Citizenship Register, indicating that the first wife of Gerson Reichert was Gütel Salomon, born about 1741 in Freudental and died 1778, Gemeindearchiv Berwangen, Kirchardt, Germany. Hereinafter cited as Gemeindearchiv Berwangen.
  2. [S2071] Theobald Nebel, Die Geschichte der Freudentaler Juden [The History of the Jews in Freudental] (Ludwigsburg, Germany: Süddeutsche Verlagsanstalt und Druckerei, 1989), Gütel Salomon was born about 1741. Since this preceded the adoption of surnames this means her father's name would have been Salomon. A 1738 list of the Jews in Freudental, transcribed on page 25, and a list from 1755, transcribed on page 27, both list only one person named, Salomon. In 1738, Salomon Mannes, is listed as a Krankenwächter und Totengräber [guardian of the sick and a grave digger], free of protection fee, with a wife, 1 son, 3 girls and 1 servant. In 1755 more limited details are provided, regarding servants and occupations. Salomon Mannes has no servant and is a butcher in Stuttgart. Since there is only one person named Salomon and his father was named Mannes (or Emanuel), the evidence strongly points to this person as being Gütel's father.. Hereinafter cited as Die Geschichte der Freudentaler Juden.
  3. [S2065] B125, 1827 Citizenship Register, indicating that the first wife of Gerson Reichert was Gütel Salomon, born about 1741 in Freudental and died 1778, Emanuel was born circa 1769 and as such must have been a son of Gerson's first wife, Gemeindearchiv Berwangen.
  4. [S2065] B125, 1827 Citizenship Register, indicating that the first wife of Gerson Reichert was Gütel Salomon, born about 1741 in Freudental and died 1778, Salomon was born circa 1774 and as such must have been a son of Gerson's first wife, Gemeindearchiv Berwangen.
  5. [S2065] B125, 1827 Citizenship Register, indicating that the first wife of Gerson Reichert was Gütel Salomon, born about 1741 in Freudental and died 1778, Kiefe was born circa 1776 and as such must have been a son of Gerson's first wife, Gemeindearchiv Berwangen.
  6. [S54] Rebecca (Rifke) was almost certainly a daughter of Gerson's first wife, Gütel, as Rebecca's first daughter is named after her. If the 1827 citizenship register for Berwangen is correct Gütel died in 1778. If that's the case Rebecca must have been born before then, and not in 1780 as suggested by a Marx Joseph Reis's entry in the same register. Based on the births of her children, her first child Gütel being born in 1803 and her last child, Johanna, being born in 1818, a birth date of 1774 as suggested by her Rebecca's death record may be a few years too early.

Mindel Türkheimer1

#19215, d. before December 1864
Last Edited=9 Dec 2017
     Her married name was Reichert.1 Mindel Türkheimer married Kiese Reichert, son of Gerson Löw Reichert and Gütel Salomon.2 Mindel Türkheimer died before December 1864.1

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Citations

  1. [S2066] Münzesheim, Baden, Second Copy of the Münzesheim Jewish Community Death Register, 1840 - 1869: 1864 Deaths, p. 25, no. 4, death record for Kiefe Gerson Reichhard; Bestand GLA 390 Nr. 587, Generallandesarchiv Karlsruhe, Nördliche Hildapromenade 2, Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany, viewed online at http://www.landesarchiv-bw.de/plink/?f=4-1118329 . Hereinafter cited as Münzesheim Jewish Community Death Register, 1840 - 1869.
  2. [S2066] Münzesheim, Baden, Münzesheim Jewish Community Death Register, 1840 - 1869: 1864 Deaths, p. 25, no. 4, death record for Kiese Gerson Reichhard; Bestand GLA 390 Nr. 587.

Angela Gallo1

#19216
Last Edited=15 Dec 2017
     Angela Gallo married Vincenzo Micallo, son of Tomasso Micallo and Carolina di Domenico, on 22 October 1887 at Avvocata neighborhood, Naples, Italy.1

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Citations

  1. [S2067] Quartiere Porto, Napoli, Italy, Births, Marriages and Deaths for the Porto Neighborhood of Naples, Italy, 1816 - 1860: 1844 Births, no. 842, birth record for Vincenzo Luigi Mariano Micallo, registered 13 August 1844;Stato civile della restaurazione, Archivio di Stato di Napoli, Piazzetta Grande Archivio, 5, Napoli, Campania, Italy, viewed online at http://www.antenati.san.beniculturali.it/ . Hereinafter cited as Porto Vital Records, 1816 - 1860.

Salomon Mannes1

#19217, d. between 1770 and 1774
Last Edited=23 Dec 2017
Relationship
7th great-grandfather of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Ancestors of Lore Krieger
     Salomon Mannes was the son of Mannes (?)2 Salomon Mannes lived at Freudental, Württemberg.2 He died between 1770 and 1774.3

Child of Salomon Mannes


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Citations

  1. [S2071] Theobald Nebel, Die Geschichte der Freudentaler Juden [The History of the Jews in Freudental] (Ludwigsburg, Germany: Süddeutsche Verlagsanstalt und Druckerei, 1989), Gütel Salomon was born about 1741. Since this preceded the adoption of surnames this means her father's name would have been Salomon. A 1738 list of the Jews in Freudental, transcribed on page 25, and a list from 1755, transcribed on page 27, both list only one person named, Salomon. In 1738, Salomon Mannes, is listed as a Krankenwächter und Totengräber [guardian of the sick and a grave digger], free of protection fee, with a wife, 1 son, 3 girls and 1 servant. In 1755 more limited details are provided, regarding servants and occupations. Salomon Mannes has no servant and is a butcher in Stuttgart. Since there is only one person named Salomon and his father was named Mannes (or Emanuel), the evidence strongly points to this person as being Gütel's father.. Hereinafter cited as Die Geschichte der Freudentaler Juden.
  2. [S2071] Theobald Nebel, Die Geschichte der Freudentaler Juden, A 1738 list of the Jews in Freudental, transcribed on page 25, and a list from 1755, transcribed on page 27, both list only one person named, Salomon. In 1738, Salomon Mannes, is listed as a Krankenwächter und Totengräber [guardian of the sick and a grave digger], free of protection fee, with a wife, 1 son, 3 girls and 1 servant. In 1755 more limited details are provided, regarding servants and occupations. Salomon Mannes has no servant and is a butcher in Stuttgart.
  3. [S54] As Gütel had a son named Emanuel in about 1770 and a son named Salomon in about 1774 it is most likely that her father was still alive when Emanuel was born and had died before Salomon was born.

Mannes (?)1

#19218
Last Edited=23 Dec 2017
Relationship
8th great-grandfather of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Ancestors of Lore Krieger

Child of Mannes (?)


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Citations

  1. [S2071] Theobald Nebel, Die Geschichte der Freudentaler Juden [The History of the Jews in Freudental] (Ludwigsburg, Germany: Süddeutsche Verlagsanstalt und Druckerei, 1989), A 1738 list of the Jews in Freudental, transcribed on page 25, and a list from 1755, transcribed on page 27, both list only one person named, Salomon. In 1738, Salomon Mannes, is listed as a Krankenwächter und Totengräber [guardian of the sick and a grave digger], free of protection fee, with a wife, 1 son, 3 girls and 1 servant. In 1755 more limited details are provided, regarding servants and occupations. Salomon Mannes has no servant and is a butcher in Stuttgart.. Hereinafter cited as Die Geschichte der Freudentaler Juden.

Anschel Joseph1

#19219, d. 17 January 1806
Last Edited=24 Dec 2017
Relationship
6th great-grandfather of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Ancestors of Lore Krieger
     Anschel Joseph married Rechle (?)2 Anschel Joseph lived between 1755 and 1806 at Berwangen, Kr. Sinsheim, Baden, Germany.3 He died on 17 January 1806 at Berwangen, Kr. Sinsheim, Baden, Germany.4 He was buried at Jewish Cemetery, Heinsheim, Baden, Germany.
4 As indicated by his name on his gravestone, Anschel and his paternal line were Levites.4

Child of Anschel Joseph and Rechle (?)


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Citations

  1. [S2065] B120, Tax Register of Berwangen, Volume 2, No. 158 transcribed by F. Wollmershäuser: Jew Anschel, under protection of the older line of the Barons Helmstatt. Crossed out and replaced by: Jew Valg´s widow (since 1807). A small two-story house in the Lower Village, besides Jew Jakov., Gemeindearchiv Berwangen, Kirchardt, Germany. Hereinafter cited as Gemeindearchiv Berwangen.
  2. [S647] Monika Preuß, Verstorbenenregister des jüdischen Friedhofes in Bad Rappenau-Heinsheim (Berliner Straße 12, 73728 Esslingen a.N.: Landesdenkmalamat Baden-Württemberg, 1997), Grave no. 829a, Rechle, wife of Anschel from Berwangen. Hereinafter cited as Heinsheim Jewish Cemetery List.
  3. [S2072] Urkunden über die Aufnahme von Schutzjuden in die Herrschaft des Wolfgang Friedrich Eberhard v. Helmstadt (1754, 1766) [Documents on the Admission of Protected Jews in the Dominion of Wolfgang Friedrich Eberhad von Helmstadt (1754, 1756)], Letters, 1754 letter signed by Anschel Joseph; Generallandesarchiv Karlsruhe, Nördliche Hildapromenade 2, Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany, 352, Nr.187. Hereinafter cited as 1754 and 1766 Documents on the Acceptance of Protected Jews in Berwangen.
  4. [S647] Monika Preuß, Heinsheim Jewish Cemetery List, Grave no. 829a, Anschel, Son of Joseph Segal from Berwangen, died 17 January 1806.
  5. [S54] Falk Anschel died before surname adoption. As such, his father's name is most likely to have been Anschel. Additionally supporting this theory is that his widow inherited Jew Anschel's house in 1807.

Rechle (?)1

#19220, d. 2 June 1805
Last Edited=24 Dec 2017
Relationship
6th great-grandmother of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Ancestors of Lore Krieger
     Rechle (?) married Anschel Joseph.1 Rechle (?) died on 2 June 1805 at Berwangen, Kr. Sinsheim, Baden, Germany.1

Child of Rechle (?) and Anschel Joseph


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Citations

  1. [S647] Monika Preuß, Verstorbenenregister des jüdischen Friedhofes in Bad Rappenau-Heinsheim (Berliner Straße 12, 73728 Esslingen a.N.: Landesdenkmalamat Baden-Württemberg, 1997), Grave no. 829a, Rechle, wife of Anschel from Berwangen. Hereinafter cited as Heinsheim Jewish Cemetery List.
  2. [S54] Rechle is assummed to be Falk Anschel's mother as there is not proof at this time for Falk's father, Anschel, having had more than one wife. Additionally, Falk named his daughter, born a few months after Rechle's death, after Rechle. Had his own mother not been alive at the time his first daughter, Gütle, was born it is likely that the first daughter would have been named for his mother instead. As we know that first daughter was named for his wife's mother, it increases the likelihood that Rechle was Falk's mother.

Mortiche (?)1

#19221
Last Edited=25 Dec 2017
     Mortiche (?) married ? (?)1

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Citations

  1. [S2065] B20, Real estate transactions in Berwangen, 1761-1812, transaction from 7 August 1765, ratified on 21 August 1765, Jew Mortiche representing his step-son Itzig, sold a third of a house and garden to Itzig's brothers, Gerson Löw and Aaron Löw. This transaction means that in all likelihood, Gerson, Aaron and Itzig's father, Löw, had died by this time. Itzig's mother, who had been married to Löw, was now married to Mortiche. It's unknown at this time whether Gerson, Aaron and Itzig all had the same mother., Gemeindearchiv Berwangen, Kirchardt, Germany. Hereinafter cited as Gemeindearchiv Berwangen.