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Menasse Lustig (1862 - 1943)

Dokumentationsarchiv des österreichischen Widerstandes Vorname Menasse Nachname Lustig Geburtstag 19.02.1862 Wohnort Wien 2, Rotensterngasse 20 Sterbedatum 06.04.1943 Sterbeort The...

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Gabriele Ella Selinko (1878 - 1942)

Dokumentationsarchiv des österreichischen Widerstandes First NameGabriele Last Name Selinko Date of Birth 06.09.1878 Place of Birth Holleschau Residence Wien 9, Grundlgasse 1/14 Da...

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Leopold (Löbl) Lemberger (1803 - 1872)

Leopold Lemberger was a familiant in Holesov, and during the 1830s, occupied household #36 there. He later moved to Butschowitz [now Bucovice], Moravia where he lived until the late 1850s. He and his...

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Noa Freund (1790 - d.)

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Michael Winkler (1796 - d.)

Michael Winkler was Familianten in Prostejov (Prossnitz), but lived in Holesov in the late 1830s. His first wife, Paulina (Rittersporn), died in Holesov on 20 Apr 1837, age 28, and he was m. in Holesov...

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Eva Low (1761 - 1784)

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Moses Joachim Fischer (1795 - 1841)

Moses Joachim Fischer and his wife, Nissel (Elisabeth) ("Netti") Adler, resided in households #29, 28, 18, and 30 in Holesov's Jewish section. When he died in household #28 on 18 April 1841, his age is...

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Tobias Pöck (c.1865 - 1908)

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Netti (Anna) Beran (1853 - 1907)

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Gerson Fischer (1819 - 1882)

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Aron (Aharon) Beer (1819 - d.)

According to the Knopflmacher Stammbaum, Aron Beer was married twice -- first to [Sara] Gratzer, and second to Rachel Schweiger. His first wife was childless but by his second wife, he was the father o...

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Jacob Beer (1812 - 1897)

When Jacob Beer was married to Fanni Wohlmuth in February 1836, he used his mother's maiden name of "Knopfelmacher". The marriage record, which indicates that he was age 25 and Fanni, age 18, was witne...

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Isaak Beer (1780 - d.)

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Markus Beer (1750 - 1830)

Markus Beer died in household #19, Holesov, on 6 September 1830, age 80 years. His wife, Hindl (Jacob) Beer, in household #19 on 22 October 1829, age 79. It is unknown how Markus was related to Scheind...

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Eva (Chava) Beer (1792 - c.1854)

The marriage between Joachim Beer and Eva Knopfelmacher took place in household #18 in Holesov's Jewish quarter, and was witnessed by both the bride's brother, Markus Knopfelmacher, and the groom's fat...

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Joachim Beer (1787 - 1844)

Joachim Beer was born in household #19, Holesov, the son of Markus and Hindl (Jacob) Beer. Joachim was Familiant No. 174 in Holesov. He married Eva Knopfelmacher (1792-c1854) in 1810, and died in Holes...

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Moses Beer (1816 - d.)

Moses Beer gave his age as 28 when he married Fany Gratzer, age 24, in Holesov on 27 February 1845. The marriage record indicates that he was Familiant No. 210, son of Joachim Beer, Familiant No. 174.

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Jakob Grätzer (c.1795 - d.)

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Emanuel Emil Mayer Rosenblatt (1855 - 1930)

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Sali Schiller (1865 - d.)

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Karl Ehrenzweig (1870 - 1937)

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Markus Zwillinger (1732 - 1794)

Abraham's Zwillinger's eldest daughter, Johanna (born circa 1778), married a man called Michael Tauber (born c. 1771)

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Rabbi Salomon (Schlomo) (Zalman) Knöpfelmacher (1745 - 1810)

Named in honor of his great-grandfather, Rabbi Zalman Spitz. Salamon Knopflmacher became a Rabbi in Holesov, Moravia. His death record refers to him as "Sella Knopfelmacher." He resided in household #2...

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Leopold (Löbl) (Aryeh-Leib) Tauber MP (1803 - 1887)

Leopold Tauber was a twin to his brother, Moises. He had the Hebrew name of "Aryeh Leib", and was born in Holesov, Moravia on 28 April 1803. As a younger son, he had very few rights in his native Morav...

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Moises Tauber (1803 - 1865)

Moises Tauber was a twin. He was named in honor of his two great-grandfathers, Moises Tauber (1725-1790) and Moises Knopfelmacher (1718-1798). In the 1840s, Moises Tauber is seen living in household #4...

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Michael Hersch Tauber MP (1770 - 1847)

Michael Hersch Tauber was a Hebrew schoolteacher in Holesov. He also may have been a religious leader, possibly a rabbi. Over the years, he resided in several different households in Holesov's Jewish q...

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Leo Michalowski (1903 - 1988)

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Jakob Michalovský (1865 - 1944)

Kantor of Holešov.

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Arnošt Michalovský (1895 - 1962)

Člen Městské památkové komise v Holešově. Pocházel z rodiny židovského "kantora", po celou 2. světovou válku vě...

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Anna Lichtensteinová (deceased)

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Růžena Naschová (1906 - 1944)

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Lia Naschová (1942 - 1944)

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Zartl Tscharna Fischer (c.1793 - d.)

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Jakob Fischer (c.1792 - d.)

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Julius Jonas Fischer (1828 - 1906)

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Flora Pragan (deceased)

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Ignatz Batscha (deceased)

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Toni Batscha (deceased)

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JUDr Arnold Hayek (1861 - 1932)

Appears in 1890 Strassnitz census in house next door to sister Hermina. He is "Dr Arnold Hayek," Advokát. Moved to Holleschau in 1895.

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Anna Hayek (1881 - d.)

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Otto Hayek (1900 - 1943)

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Rabbi Josef Feilbogen (1784 - 1869)

Officiated as rabbi successively at Piesling, Pirnitz, Kanitz, Great Meseritz and Holleschau (1841-67). He was considered one of the keenest Talmudists of Moravia, was a great pilpulist, and wrote many...

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Therese (Tscharna) (Charlotte) Siebenschein (c.1794 - 1836)

In the birth record for son Marcus and in her own death record, she appears as Charlotte Siebenschein. See fond 1073, vol 1960, image 42, and volume 1958, image 38. Age at death is 47, which is inconsi...

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Abraham Herz (c.1734 - 1812)

Founder of the Holleschau Bet-Hamidrash in 1808. Death record at fond 1073, vol 443, image 21 .

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Max Löw (1875 - d.)

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Jacob (Juda) Knöpfelmacher (1739 - 1798)

Nissel's son, Jacob (born c. 1739) was the grandfather of Markus Knopfelmacher, who was the father of Josefa, who was the mother of Betty, who - as noted above - was the grandmother of the Pope. That m...

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Meier Halevi Muller (deceased)

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Lipman Jelinek (c.1779 - 1834)

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Ernst ( Arnost ) Muller (1900 - d.)

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Filip Weinberger (1846 - 1918)

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Ester Jelinek (1793 - 1836)

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Sprinzl Jelinek (c.1772 - 1817)

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Herman Herschl Jelinek (c.1807 - c.1850)

Alive in 1851, but not in 1857 census. Randy: This is what I found so far in Holesov records (Prague Natl.archive). Herman Jelinek, 24 years old, married in February 2, 1833 Babeth Braun, 28y. ...

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Leopold Jellinek (1840 - 1910)

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Leopold Hoffenreich (1771 - 1846)

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Fanny (Hoffenreich) Weisz (1826 - 1883)

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Irma ( Wienberger ) Thorz (1881 - 1943)

Born 15. 01. 1881 last residence before deportation: Uherský Brod Transport Co, č. 964 (27.01.1943 Uherský Brod -> Terezín) Transport Dr, č. 2244 (15.12.1943 Tere...

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Gabriella (Ella) Thorz (1879 - 1936)

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Karoline Weinberger (1847 - 1909)

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Elsa Weinberger (1889 - d.)

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Bedrich Muller (1895 - 1943)

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Osvald Muller (1902 - 1941)

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Jonas, Yehonatan, Muller (1857 - 1923)

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Armin Weinberger (1882 - 1943)

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Abraham Zwillinger (1754 - 1824)

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Rabbi Moses (Moises) Knöpfelmacher MP (1718 - 1798)

Rabbi Moses Knöpflmacher was the son of Rabbi Joachim (Chaim) Knöpflmacher (b. c.1672) of Leipnik, and the grandson of Rabbi Judel (Yudel) Knöpflmacher (b. c.1645), also of Leipnik...

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Aaron Tauber MP (1747 - 1815)

Aaron Tauber was born in Holesov in 1747 and died there on 22 January 1815 in his 68th year of age. He was the son of Moses Tauber (1725-1790) of Holesov, and his wife, Tscharna (1729-1802). At the t...

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Markus Benedikt (1810 - 1883)

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