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Baer Loew Oppenheimer (deceased)

Baer Loew Oppenheimer (abt 1755 - 1839) Baer Loew Oppenheimer was a merchant and farmer. He was the first Jewish property owner who, in Reichenberg shortly after 1785 was exempt from paying a 10% lev...

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Gustav Imroth MP (1862 - 1946)

Gustav Imroth (29 June 1862 – 10 October 1946) Gustav was a minor Randlord who played a role in the development of the South African diamond-mining industry and sports. He was born in Friedb...

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Sir Philip Oppenheimer (1911 - 1995)

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Lady Grenville Harvey (1899 - d.)

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Sir Robert Grenville Harvey, 2nd Baronet (1856 - 1931)

Burke, Bernard, Sir. A genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetage of the British Empire . London : Harrison 1869. page 554

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Helmut (Helli) Lasch (1912 - c.1982)

Helli Lasch was an industrial tycoon. Helli was born in Germany in 1912, into a family that had ran a large and successful machine tool manufacturing business. He was a gifted skier (when skiing as a...

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Simon Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Miehle Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Loew Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Gumbel Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Bienge Hirschhorn (b. - c.1763)

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Herz Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Nanny Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Fromet Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Goertzel Simon Hirschhorn (b. - c.1736)

Called Siefensider - did not have to pay property taxes.

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Joseph Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Simon Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Jeanette Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Emanuel Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Loeb Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Friederika Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Ephraim Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Kaye Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Braeunle Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Unknown Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Simon Getzel Hirschhorn (c.1701 - 1778)

Called Siefensider. Born 1701, died abt 23.12.1778. 1728-1777 Schutzjude and soap maker, also manufacturer of candles in Fauerbach. Widowed 1763. Released from having to pay 'Schutzgeldin 1777, through...

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Simon Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Esther Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Derz Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Mendel Simon Hirschhorn (1752 - c.1776)

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Loew Simon Hirschhorn (c.1748 - 1824)

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Gottschalk Loew Hirschhorn (c.1771 - 1848)

Taken from History of the Hirschhorn family. The family arrived in Friedberg in 1828 with Nathan's father Gottschalk Loew Hirschhorn. Prior to this date the family had lived for generations in Faureb...

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Nathan Hirschhorn (1801 - 1892)

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Fanny Hirschhorn (deceased)

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Elias Heidenheimer (b. - 1835)

Nme was Hessekiel, though after 1828 changed the name to Heidenheimer

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Hanne Heidenheimer (deceased)

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Isaak Heidenheimer (b. - 1835)

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Fanny Oppenheimer (deceased)

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Johanna Oppenheimer (deceased)

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Franziska Oppenheimer (deceased)

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Emil Oppenheimer (deceased)

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Eugen Oppenheimer (deceased)

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Nathan Loew Oppenheimer (c.1797 - c.1865)

Had 10 children with Fanny Heidenheimer ??? Source According to John Hancock Institute for International Finance Ernest Oppenheimer - a Study in Power, by Edward Jessup

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Otto Oppenheimer (b. - 1948)

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Gustav Oppenheimer (deceased)

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Charlotte Oppenheimer (deceased)

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Louis Oppenheimer (1870 - 1956)

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Lena Oppenheimer (b. - 1937)

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Sir Bernard Oppenheimer (1866 - 1921)

Sir Bernard Oppenheimer, 1st Baronet (13 February 1866–13 June 1921) was a South African-British diamond merchant and philanthropist. Sources Wikipedia article on Sir Bernard Oppenheimer (...

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Nanette "Nanny" Oppenheimer (1841 - 1912)

Nanny Hirschhorn (1841 - 1912) Married Eduard Oppenheimer. Nanny, mother of the diamond king, is a daughter of Nathan and Fanny Hirschhorn who lived in Friedberg. The family arrived in Friedberg in...

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Eduard Oppenheimer (1841 - 1924)

Ectract of a letter from Margarethe Thomas, City Archivist and Librarian, Friedberg (Hessen) to the author Edward Jessup (John Hancock Institute for International Finance) dated August 10, 1972. The ...

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Lady Caroline "Ina" Magdalen Oppenheimer, SM (b. - 1971)

Caroline Magdalen Harvey1 F, #547051, d. 2 February 1971 Last Edited=23 Nov 2012 Caroline Magdalen Harvey was the daughter of Sir Robert Grenville Harvey, 2nd Bt. and Emily Blanche Murray.2 She marri...

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May Lina Oppenheimer, SM (b. - 1934)

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Frank Leslie Oppenheimer (1910 - 1935)

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Bridget Oppenheimer (1921 - 2013)

Bridget Oppenheimer was born Bridget McCall. During a later WW II tour of service on Robben Island in South Africa, Oppenheimer met Bridget McCall, a young officer in the Women's Auxiliary Army Servi...

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Sir Ernest Oppenheimer, SV/PROG MP (1880 - 1957)

describes re Ernest: "His first wife, May Pollack, with whom he had two sons, died in 1934, and his son Frank died after a swimming accident in Madeira in 1935. He underwent a spiritual crisi...

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Harry Frederick (Frederich) Oppenheimer (1908 - 2000)

Harry Oppenheimer (1908–2000) Born 28 October 1908 and died at age 91 on 19 August 2000, Harry Oppenheimer was a leading South African businessman and one of the richest men in the world. His ...

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