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Heinrich Friedmann

Nicknames: "Henrik"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Senica (Senitz), Trnava, Slovakia
Death: Died in Vienna-9, Austria
Place of Burial: Central Cemetery, Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Immediate Family:

Son of Rabbi Israel Friedmann and Charlotte Scheindel Friedmann
Husband of Rosa Friedmann
Father of Dr. Jur. Hugo Friedmann; Hermine Leuchtag; Mathilde Deutsch von Dömény; Ludwig Lajos Friedmann; Leopoldina Subak and 3 others
Brother of ? Jesajas Salomon Friedmann; David Friedmann; Ignaz Friedmann; Katharina Cathi Flesch; Josefine Pepi Segner and 1 other

Occupation: Chef der firma Heeg & Friedmann in Sternberg und Wien, Fabrikant aus Senitz (=Senica), Slovakia
Managed by: Randy Schoenberg
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About Heinrich Friedmann

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~prohel/names/friedmann/friedmanndes.html#hein

Obituary: http://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/anno?apm=0&aid=nfp&datum=18910310&seite=14&zoom=2

No information was found on Heinrich in Bratislava, Slovakia archives for the town Senica or Prague archives. Judaica Bohemiae mentions a Friedmann family in Prostějov, Moravia 223, 251, 1891-1901 as does Jewishgen. Research article mentions the Prostějov 1846-1874 Registers were lost due to Fire - see Books on Jews in Prostějov

Note: see Profit.cz 4/6/2008 Tkadlec tělem i duší ".. Heinrich Friedmann - Jewish Businessman has significantly contributed to the industrial development of Moravian Šternberk (Sternberg), founding in the late 19th century Mechanical Weaving Cloth, which employed up to 400 people..". In abt. 1850 the Friedmann family started their Textile business in Šternberk, 1852: Anton Heeg, Ignatz Schottik obituary and Heinrich Friedmann formed a firm Heeg, Schottik & Friedmann. 1863: Johann Kuntner sold the building (current post office) to Anton Heeg & Heinrich Friedmann. 1868: the partnership dissolved and Anton sold his share to Heinrich ( - 1891). Ludwig Friedmann inherited the building, sold it in 1909 to K. K. Allgemeine Verkehrbank Wien, year after Arthur Friedmann bought his shares and became the owner of Heeg & Friedmann (mechanická Tkalcovna na Lněné a Bavlněné Zboží).

See Heeg & Friedmann in 1865 Bohemia, Moravia, Austrian Silesia, Krakow business directory (in German) OR 1891 Heeg & Friedmann ownership transfer Newspaper Draft letter OR Friedmann Textile OR Šternberk - (1850-1969) Friedmann-Klimesch-Rohel families

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Rabbi Heinrich Friedmann's Timeline

1823
1823
Senica (Senitz), Trnava, Slovakia
1851
December 28, 1851
Age 28
Prossnitz, Moravia, Czech Republic
1853
April 28, 1853
Age 30
Prostějov (Prossnitz), Moravia, Czech Republic
1854
June 17, 1854
Age 31
Prostejov, Prostějov, Olomouc Region, Czech Republic
1855
November 18, 1855
Age 32
Prostějov (Prossnitz), Moravia, Czech Republic
1858
May 4, 1858
Age 35
Prostějov (Prossnitz), Moravia, Czech Republic
1862
June 28, 1862
Age 39
Prostějov (Prossnitz), Moravia, Moravia
1863
March 11, 1863
Age 40
Prostějov (Prossnitz), Moravia, Czech Republic
1864
1864
Age 41
Šternberk (Sternberg), Moravia, Czech Republic
1891
March 9, 1891
Age 68
Vienna-9, Austria