Abraham Isaak Dehn-Ticktin

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Abraham Isaak Dehn-Ticktin (Pollak-Tiktin)

Nicknames: "van Deen"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Copenhagen, Hovedstaden, Denmark
Death: Died in Groningen, The Netherlands
Immediate Family:

Son of Isaac Abraham Pollak-Tiktin and Sprinze Pollak-Tiktin
Husband of Golde Goldchen Dehn and Gellchen Charlotte Salomon David
Father of Meyer Abrahmson; Esperanca Abraham Kisch; Ferina Fannij Fenna Weinberg; Prof. Dr. Isaak Abrahamson Van Deen; Henriette Cohen and 2 others
Brother of Moses Issak Ticktin ; Gnendel Stein; Rebekka Abrahamson and Josef Isaac Ticktin

Occupation: Merchant/Chief Rabbi of Groningen
Managed by: דוד דיאמנט
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About Abraham Isaak Dehn-Ticktin (Pollak-Tiktin)

Abraham Isaac was a merchant and lost his fortune in the great fire of Copehagen in 1795. Because of this , as well as other reasons, he left Denmark and migrated to Burgsteinfurt, where he married again and had 4 children, including Bernard. He undertook there his Rabbinical studies and became a Rabbi in 1818 following which he was offered a position as Rabbi of Groningen, Netherlands. He married a third time, and had 4 more children, all of them born in Groningen, taking the name van Deen

Descendants of Moses Spanier page 69

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Abraham Isaak Dehn-Ticktin's Timeline

1764
1764
Copenhagen, Hovedstaden, Denmark
1786
September 4, 1786
Age 22
Schleswig, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
1791
1791
Age 27
1798
July 4, 1798
Age 34
Germany
1800
1800
Age 36
København, Hovedstaden, Danmark
1801
1801
Age 37
Copenhagen, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark
1805
April 2, 1805
Age 41
Burgsteinfurt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
1806
1806
Age 42
1808
March 23, 1808
Age 44
Burgsteinfurt, Germany
1821
January 11, 1821
Age 57
Groningen, The Netherlands