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Jewish Families from Miroslav (Misslitz), Moravia, Czech Republic

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  • Hermine Herschkowitz (1866 - 1907)
    ZF Grave: Herschkowitz Hermine 39 Year(s) 11/30/1907 12/01/1907 ZENTRALFRIEDHOF I. TOR 53b 2 53 Herschkowitz Markus 66 Year(s) 10/13/1934 10/15/1934 ZENTRALFRIEDHOF I. TOR 53b 2 53
  • Dr. James Benjamin Neumann (1863 - 1941)
    Dokumentationsarchiv des österreichischen Widerstandes First Name Benjamin James Last Name Neumann Date of Birth 04.03.1863 Place of Birth Misslitz Residence Wien 1, Wipplingerstrass...
  • Fanni Pollak (c.1823 - 1863)
  • Moritz Wessely (1850 - d.)
  • Siegfried Eisner (1864 - 1908)

This project seeks to list representatives of all of the Jewish families from the Moravian town of Miroslav (Misslitz) in the Czech Republic.

Earliest known Jewish community was the 16th century. [1900 Jewish population: 528] 1938 Jewish population was 269. This was a self-standing political community from 1867 to 1924. Noteworthy individuals: Dr. Simon Stern (19th century), rabbi; Jakob Herzog (1842-1915), playright; Armin Brunner (1864-1929), writer; Ernst Muller (1880-1954), poet. The Jewish cemetery originated in the 16th century with last known Conservative Jewish burial in 1940.

The following are representative profiles for each family in Miroslav:

  1. Joachim Wolf Angemahr (1824)
  2. Leopold Brukner
  3. Anna Burian (1895)
  4. Eduard Deutsch (1865)
  5. Amalia Ehrenreich
  6. Siegfried Eisner (1864)
  7. Herman Frankl (1812)
  8. Samuel Frost (1864)
  9. Josef Funk (1846)
  10. Leopold Grunwald (1831)
  11. Elkan Hauser
  12. Joachim Herzog
  13. Wolf Iritz (1699)
  14. Heinrich Lichtenstern (1840)
  15. Ernst Löw (1883)
  16. Moritz Paschka (1833)
  17. Maria Ofner (1872)
  18. Johanna Neumann (1827)
  19. Joachim Pollenz (1830)
  20. Joachim Schmidl (1832)
  21. Leopold Seidl
  22. Jacob Singer (1840)
  23. Hermine Wertheimer (1879)
  24. Moritz Wessely (1850)
  25. Alois Winkler (1862)
  26. Theresa Zweig (1841)