Joseph Wolf Gratz (deceased)

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Note: any relation to H. Gold Bunzlau /Mladá Boleslav hist. "..Diesem folgte Rabbi Elieser Lipmann, sohn des gelehrten Rabbi Wolf Grätz (daß der Name Grätz eine Abkürzung von Königgrätz in Böhmen bedeutet, habe ich im Jüd. Centralblatt 1888, p. 39—40, nach gewiesen).. daß. Rabbi Lippmann Beniamin Grätz bis zum J. 1694 in J. Rabbiner war.. ..der Rabbiner Gaon Elieser Lippmann, sohn un seres Lehrers, des Rabbi Wolf Grätz, das Andenken des Gerechten sei gesegnet, war Rabbiner und Vater des Gerichtshauses in den heil.. Nach Rabbi Elieser Lippmann Grätz erhielt das Bunzlauer Rabbinat der nachmalige Prager Landrab biner Rabbi Mosche Jizchak Spira..OR "..Prague ghetto yeshivot.. In 1688 this post was filled by Wolf Gräz.." OR in H. Gold Třešť (Triesch, Moravia) history; "1744.. who with two other Jews, Jacob Simon Grätz and Natan Salman Jew in Triest.." OR Soupis židovských rodin v Čechách z roku 1793 Abraham Gratz accountant in Náchod, Bohemia tobacco company & Judit (?) parents of 1st born son Nathan Gratz (single), Sara Gratz OR on Kramerius herr kaufmann Jakob Gratz and in 22.6.1861 Moric Grätz from Náchod on kramerius

OR Gratz family of Philadelphia - Geni-path and their family tree image previously possibly named Gräetzer, Grätzer or Grätza of the city/town Gratz.. .. descendants from a long line of respected Rabbis: R' Zev Wolf', R' Jacob (Koppel) Bloch, R' Jonathan Bloch (1640 Cracow-1722 Langendorf, Upper Silesia) resided in Prague in his youth, moved to Langendorf in 1664, children: Frumatt and Solomon Gratz (Shelomo Zalman). Solomon's children: Barnard Gratz (1738 Langendorf - 1801) emigrated to Philadelphia 1754 & Michael Gratz (1740-1811) *picture, Hyman, Jonathan, Leah (living in 1801), Judith (Gitel) + R' Zevi Hirsch Bloch (Henry). Michael's daughter Rebecca Gratz (Lancaster, PA-) was the 7th of 12 children *ref.. *see Bernhard Brilling 1939 newspaper article, Marcus Brann, Gratz College, Gratz names on JewishEncyclopedia

Gratz derives from Styria, Austria or Grätz in Posen, Poland or most likely Gratz in Austrian Silesia OR ..Year 1611 to seyn, while Rudolph ruled, Rabbi Löwe upper rabbi and the bounteous Mardochai ben Samuel Meisel führer of the municipality.. However, Heinrich Graetz represented another thesis; Rudolf II is acquisitive and has been unscrupulous.. OR Johann Wolfgang Gratz (10.25.1788 Viernau-) + Eva Barbara Schwäblein (1792 Viernau, Sachsen-) genealogy OR Johanna Gratz (-) married 1758 + Bernhard Laimer (1730-) OR Anne Marie Graz/Gratz/ Gratzen (1779 Nienburg? - 1838 Rotenburg) OR Peter Alois Gratz (1769 Mittelberg/Allgäu - 1849 Darmstadt) OR Magdalena Gratz (Matzenheim, France - 1784 Osthausen) + Matheus Brisach (1728 m. 1757 - 1776 Osthausen) OR Rabbi in Posen Tzvi Hirsh Graetz aka dr. Heinrich (Hirsch) Graetz (1817 Xions/Ksiaz or Zerkowi, Posen/Poznań - 1891 Breslau) + Marie Monasch of Krotoschin. Tzvi is a son of a butcher Jakob Graetz (-1876) + Vogel Hirsch (of Wollstein) OR genealogy.net Anna Maria Grätz (+ 10.04.1734 Neibsheim) & Anton Baumann and Christian Grätz (Maykammer) & Anna Katharina Link OR Johann Jakob Grätz' war auch Müller in Bebelsheim und wird erstmals 1698 im KKB genannt OR the Gratz' individuals on Papers of Elizabeth Blair Lee (1818 - 1906) OR Jindřich Gratz (abt 1816-) of Voděrady (Rychnov nad Kněžnou near Hradec Králové) + Kateřina Krystufová on Rod & Clan ??

Grätz: ...Town in the province of Posen, Prussia, with a population of 3,784, of whom 319 are Jews (1903). The Jewish community there is one of the oldest in the province. Jews are mentioned in the city charter of April 9, 1594. In 1634 the tailors' gild of Grätz permitted two Jews of Posen to settle in the city and to open a tailor-shop.. ..During the "northern war" (1700-21) the community was almost entirely destroyed, and its Rabbi Judah Löb, who had been called in 1701, was obliged to flee to Frankfort-on-the-Oder.. ..Rabbis in 17th & 18th centuries: Simon b. Israel Ashkenazi (c. 1677); Benjamin Wolf' b. Joseph Joske' (c. 1689); Judah Löb b. Solomon, previously darshan at Prague, and subsequently rabbi at Schneidemühl (c. 1699); Phinehas Selig b. Moses (dayyan of the German community at Amsterdam in 1708); Sanvel Spira of Lemberg; Gershon b. Jehiel of Landsberg, who at Friedberg in 1742 called himself ex-rabbi of Grätz; Jacob b. Zebi Hirsch (1743); Marcus Baruch Auerbach....