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Joseph Goldstein (1819 - d.)

Hranice Familianten records -- circa 1859: Josef GOLDSTEIN, b. 12 January 1819 [error for 12 February 1819]; wife, Hanny, b. 16 April 1827; son, Salomon, b. 12 June 1851; son, Leopold, b. 3 January 185...

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Gabriel Goldstein (1785 - d.)

Gabriel Goldstein and his wife, Anna "Netti" (Knöpfelmacher) Goldstein (aka Sara Knöpfelmacher), lived in household #12 in the Jewish section of Mahr. Weisskirchen, Moravia [now Hranice, ...

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Ahron Lassnowszky (Lichnovszky) (1790 - 1858)

Ahron Lassnowszky became the owner of Familianten #102 in Mahr. Weisskirchen, Moravia [now Hranice, Czech Republic] in August 1815. Its former owner was Isak Gass who died in Mahr. Weisskirchen on 25 M...

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Emil Kurz (1836 - d.)

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David Zerkowitz (Kohn-Zerkowitz) (1784 - 1846)

As a young man, David Zerkowitz continued to reside in Mahr. Weisskirchen even after his parents moved to Leipnik. David's name appears on a list of Familianten in Mahr. Weisskirchen, 6 May 1805, when ...

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Leopold (Juda Löbl) Kohn-Zerkowitz (1774 - 1833)

Juda Löbl Zerkowitz was also known as "Leopold Zerkowitz", and was the eldest son of Michael Lobl Kohn-Zerkowitz. He moved to Leipnik as a young man and resided there in household #94. Later, he...

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Leopold (Juda Löbl) (Jehuda Aryeh-Leib) (Löw) Kohn-Zerkowitz (c.1720 - 1765)

Juda Lobl Kohn-Zerkowitz was born in Zverkovice, South Moravia, and had the original name of "Yehuda Aryeh-Leib Kohn". As an adult, he was known as "Leib" or as "Leopold". His family was "kohane", me...

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David Knöpfelmacher (1768 - 1837)

Familianten records of Mahr. Weisskirchen, Moravia [now Hranice, Czech Republic] show that David Knopfelmacher was he owner of Familianten #114 as early as 1788. David was the son of Jacob Knopfelmache...

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Jacob (Juda) (Judel) Knöpfelmacher (1798 - 1869)

Jacob Knöpfelmacher had the Hebrew name of Juda or Judel. He was born in October 1798, shortly following the death of his paternal grandfather, Jacob Knöpfelmacher (1739-1798), who died i...

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Rabbi Joachim (Chaim) Knöpfelmacher (1765 - 1847)

Joachim Knöpfelmacher was the eldest son of Jacob Knöpfelmacher (1739-1798). He is listed in legal documents when his father's estate was divided in 1799. As a young man, Joachim settled ...

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<private> Lanzer (Spitzer - aka Baron) (1878 - c.1940)

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Maria Corinna Mizzi Frankfurter (1869 - d.)

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Katharina Adler (1834 - 1871)

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Natan Feitel Reinitz (c.1797 - 1862)

Wrote Divrei RanafRabbi in Tetah (Tét?), Güssing, and Gyöngyös (maybe from 1835 - 1838). Later, Rabbi in Mád, Hungary from 1843 - 1862.Apparently was the first family...

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Noe Stross (1822 - 1897)

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Samuel Sigmund Wolf (deceased)

any relation to Josefine ( ? ) (abt 1838 - bur 3/1/1931 #9 Seeg., Vienna-1090) pflegling genteam & Adolf Wolf (abt 1844 - 4/15/1901 Vienna) NFP brother of Anna Wolf & (?) Kohn , Moriz Wolf , Pauline ...

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Bernard Wolf (1841 - 1903)

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Abraham Wolf (1803 - 1865)

Died: 1865 Mahr. Weisskirchen Hranice Familiant record with children's birthdates: (To viewers of this record, please consider this may only be a residency document and not a true Familiant record....

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Marie Turad (deceased)

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Justina TAUBER (1839 - 1839)

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Aron Chorin MP (1766 - 1844)

Aharon Chorin (1766–1844), pioneer Reform rabbi. Aharon Chorin’s parents, Kalman Chorin and Schöndel, the daughter of Yesha‘yahu Donath of Boskowitz (Cz., Boskovice), engage...

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Michael Löbl Kohn-Zerkowitz (1748 - 1822)

Michael Kohn-Zerkowitz moved with his parents from Zverkovice to Mahr. Weisskirchen [now Hranice, Czech Republic] in the early 1760s. He was the only Zerkowitz son to remain in that area. Jewish record...

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Zibilia (Ziwy) Siebenschein (1780 - 1851)

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