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Katharina Lampl / Lampel (1820 - 1903)

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Josefine Beck (1841 - 1907)

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Dr. Ignaz Spitzer (deceased)

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Leopold Jellitz (c.1865 - d.)

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Adolf Rosenzweig (1862 - d.)

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Auguste Kauder (c.1859 - 1919)

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Oskar Herzog (1888 - c.1943)

Lipník nad Becou, North Moravia, Czech Republic

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Anna Zerkowitz (1850 - 1913)

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Sigmund (Setil) Zerkowitz (1841 - 1932)

Sigmund Zerkowitz is listed as "Setil Zerkowitz" on his 1841 birth record. In 1857, he is seen sharing household #29 in Leipnik with his father and his older brother, Michael: Leipnik, Moravia, 1857 ...

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Michael Zerkowitz (1825 - 1904)

"Michael Sherkovitz", merchant, is mentioned in a letter written by Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch, Landesrabbiner of Moravia, to Nathan's father, "Meir Sherkovitz" [Markus Zerkowitz]. In 1857, Leipnik ce...

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Fradl (Fanni) (Fanny) (Fantel) Weiss (1824 - 1903)

Fradl Zerkowitz was known as "Fanni". She was named in honor of her great-grandmother, Fradl Zerkowitz (1726-1809). As a young woman, Fanni went to Trencin Co., Hungary where she was married on 14 May ...

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Katharina Scharf (1863 - 1942)

Although her granddaughter, Elise Fritsch, indicated that Katharina Zerkowitz was born on 10 February 1860, other records give her birthdate as 10 February 1863. She and her husband, Heinrich (Jindrich...

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Heinrich (Jindrich) Scharf (1858 - 1942)

Heinrich Scharf was the last mayor of the Jewish section of Leipnik. In 1905, he was made a councillor of the Leipnik board responsible for "looking after Jewish interests" in the community. Although...

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Bernhard Lazar Zerkowitz (1850 - 1940)

Bernhard Zerkowitz resided in his native Leipnik until about 1876 when he moved to Vienna. In 1877, "Bernhard Lazar Zerkowitz" is listed as a part of the Leipnik religious community (the Kultusgemeinde...

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Lazar Zerkowitz (1822 - 1882)

Lazar Zerkowitz was a "Posamentiergeschaftsfuhrer", meaning he was the manager of an upholsterer's goods store (e.g., he sold braids, borders, fringes, tassels, trimmings, and other items used in the u...

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Gerson Löbl Zerkowitz (1820 - 1874)

Genteam-1 born: Leipnik, Mähren Genteam-2 kaufm., verh Incorrect data as per Vienna IKG in - Genteam-3 - Exhumiert aus dem Währinger Friedhof, Gruppe 17, Reihe 27 - buried: 1874.07.18...

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Nathan G. Zerkowitz (1817 - 1907)

Nathan Zerkowitz moved to Prague as a young man. He was married there in 1851, then went to Vienna. Although he was no longer residing there, he is listed in the 1857 census of of his native Leipnik: ...

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Markus (Meir) Zerkowitz (Kohn-Zerkowitz) (1793 - 1859)

Markus Zerkowitz moved to Leipnik with his parents between 1809 and 1816. Following the death of his father in 1822, he and his family occupied the Zerkowitz residence (household #29 in Leipnik's Jewis...

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Bernard (Baruch) Zerkowitz (Kohn-Zerkowitz) (1821 - 1883)

In 1870, "Bernhard Zerkowitz, goldabeiter" [Geldarbeiter?], was living at 2, Praterstr. 65 in Vienna.

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Dr. Gerson Zerkowitz (1808 - 1902)

Dr. Gerson Zerkowitz (1808-1902) is sometimes confused with a younger first cousin, Gerson Lobl Zerkowitz (1820-1874) of Vienna [son of his uncle Markus Zerkowitz]. Dr. Gerson Zerkowitz was born in L...

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Aaron Löbl Glück (1792 - 1854)

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Menachem Tauber (deceased)

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Abraham Tauber (1733 - 1795)

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Isaac Tauber (c.1690 - c.1780)

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Hans Jan Fried (1889 - c.1944)

1920 10 Oct Age: 30 Lipník nad Becou, North Moravia, Czech Republic

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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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Rabbi Joachim (Chaim) Knöpfelmacher MP (c.1672 - c.1765)

According to the Knopflmacher Family Stammbaum, Joachim was a Rabbi in Leipnik, Moravia. He is referred to as "our teacher, Rabbi Chaim". Joachim's name has been also established through a Holesov docu...

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Regina Klein (1864 - 1923)

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Wilhelm Wolf Isaak von Gutmann MP (1826 - 1895)

Die Familie Wolf - by Ernst Wolf 1924 - see no. 230 see chart family Latzko Wilhelm von Gutmann - JE , Wikipedia ; image of 1886 Villa Gutmann , Helenenstraße-72, Baden by Vienna, ref. Famil...

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Johanna Weiss (1846 - 1918)

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Gabriel Kulka (1801 - d.)

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Adolf Schramek (1845 - 1915)

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Ida Drucker (1870 - c.1942)

Dokumentationsarchiv des österreichischen Widerstandes First Name Ida Last Name Drucker Date of Birth 18.12.1870 Place of Birth Leipnik, Mähren Residence Wien 1, Franz Josefs ...

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Fanny Schramek (1856 - 1934)

When she died she was referred to as Dr Fanny Schramek. She was probably Franziska but was called Fani in 1857 Lipnik Census and born 1856 Death notice in the Wien Neue Freie Presse of Tuesday 30 J...

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Dr. Phil. Israel Jacques Schramek (1843 - 1903)

Israel was a rabbi and he received his doctorate in 1867 from the University of Freiburg. His brother, Adolf, was a leading coal merchant in Vienna and his bio is in Gold. The two brothers were instrum...

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Urban Schramek (1812 - d.)

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Joachym Loebl Schramek (1786 - d.)

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Rozel Lumf (1762 - 1846)

The Vladar documents give Rozel's birth and death dates and say she was 84 when she died. But the spelling of her name is not certain - could be due to a transcription error - and elsewhere in Vladar s...

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Simche Cilli Haas (c.1814 - d.)

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Jutl Presser (c.1787 - 1842)

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Abraham Urban Schramek (c.1754 - 1810)

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Vogle Schramek (c.1733 - 1811)

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Louis Schramek (1871 - 1959)

Louis survived Theresienstadt

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Josef Hirsch (1818 - d.)

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Bertha Vogel (1873 - d.)

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Isak Hirsch (deceased)

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Ascher Jellitz (deceased)

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Abraham Kulka (1829 - 1911)

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Ewa (1796 - d.)

Marriage Record Lipník nad Becou, North Moravia, Czech Republic

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David Lobl Spitzer (1797 - d.)

Marriage Record Lipník nad Becou, North Moravia, Czech Republic

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Frieda Losus (Löwbeer) (1881 - d.)

Emigrated to the USA in 1940 according to various sources including the following: cf. Objekt-Metadaten @ LexM Artur SCHNABEL - Personendata: Geschwister: Frida Schnabel (geb. 1881), 1940 E...

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Melitta Blau (1878 - d.)

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Joachim (vulgo Jakob) Berger (c.1846 - d.)

See "Media" for image sources.

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Jacob Morgenstern (1859 - d.)

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Klara Burstein (1896 - 1944)

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Alfred Burstein (1901 - 1978)

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Max Maximilian Mannaberg (1857 - d.)

For descendants see

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Johanna Emerich (Brüll) (1873 - 1939)

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Gustav Gold (1870 - d.)

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Dr. Alois Bloch (1857 - 1932)

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Ernestine Hindl Weiss (1818 - 1903)

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Naphtaly Hirschl Groag (deceased)

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Netti Hayek (c.1832 - d.)

Name appears on the 1852 Gaya marriage record of son Markus Hayek.

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Michael Löbl Kohn-Zerkowitz MP (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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Isidor Burstein (1861 - 1944)

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Eva Burstein (1827 - 1909)

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Max Burstein (1860 - 1943)

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Josef Burstein (c.1835 - d.)

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Zalman (Salomon) Knöpfelmacher (c.1714 - d.)

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Markus Mandler (1800 - d.)

Markus Mandler was a widower, age 30, at the time of his marriage to Fani Knopfelmacher (18 Oct 1830).

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Simon Blüh (c.1775 - 1829)

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Rabbi Judel Knöpfelmacher MP (c.1645 - d.)

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Moritz Markus Beck (1836 - 1910)

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Ignatz Bellak (1838 - 1904)

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Mathilde Briess (1873 - 1941)

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Aaron Tauber (c.1660 - c.1741)

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David Ritter von Gutmann (1834 - 1912)

Die Familie Wolf - by Ernst Wolf 1924 see also chart of family Latzko Death notice in the Neue Freie Presse -

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Jacob Beck (c.1795 - d.)

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