Dinah (Dientje) Eisenmann (Prins)

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Dinah (Dientje) Eisenmann (Prins)

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Birthplace: Arnhem, Gelderland, The Netherlands
Death: Died in Bergen-Belsen
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Daughter of Eliezer Liepman Philip Prins and Henrietta Prins
Wife of Jacob Samuel Eisenmann
Mother of Rika Breuer; <private> Lunzer (Eisenmann); <private> Breuer (Eisenmann); <private> Brinkman (Eisenmann); Hanna Feist and 3 others
Sister of Maurits Liepman Prins; Benjamin Liepman Prins; <private> Prins; <private> Prins and <private> Prins
Half sister of <private> Prins; <private> Salomon (Prins); <private> Prins and <private> Prins

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About Dinah (Dientje) Eisenmann (Prins)

Dina's father Rabbi Eliezer Liepman Philip Prins (1835-1915) was a Torah scholar who published many novellae (chidushim). He used to give shiurim in his home on Sabbath afternoons. He spotted among his pupils a young man who impressed him - Jacob Eisenmann - and to him he gave his only daughter, Dina, in marriage.

After Jacob Eisenmann's death in 1913, with the outbreak of WWI, the Belgians evacuated all German subjects from their territory, among them Dina Eisenmann and six of her eight children (two were already married). As her oldest daughter was married to Rabbi Joseph Breuer and lived in Frankfurt, Dina Eisenmann settled there too.

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Dinah (Dientje) Eisenmann (Prins)'s Timeline

1863
December 27, 1863
Arnhem, Gelderland, The Netherlands
December 29, 1863
Burgerlijke Stand, Arnhem, Gelderland, Netherlands
1889
May 21, 1889
Age 25
Antwerp, Flemish Region, Belgium
1895
May 17, 1895
Age 31
Antwerp, Flemish Region, Belgium

fifth daughter of dina (prins) and yaakov eisenman

1902
October 28, 1902
Age 38
Antwerp, Flemish Region, Belgium