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Berthold Werner (1850 - 1896)

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Leopold Teschner (1843 - 1905)

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Ernest "Erno" Wilhelm (1909 - 1944)

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Kalman Waldapfel (1884 - 1942)

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Emanuel Waldapfel (1880 - 1942)

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Julius Waldapfel (1855 - 1931)

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Johannes (János) (Jacob) Blüh (1865 - c.1922)

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Joseph Büchler (1852 - 1877)

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Jacob Wolf Rosenzweig (1802 - 1844)

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Izsak Rosenzweig (1827 - 1901)

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Leopold Joachim Knöpfelmacher (1842 - d.)

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Moses Knöpfelmacher (1806 - 1874)

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Moses Blüh (1813 - 1900)

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Israel Jakob Blüh (1803 - 1883)

Unable to find Lipnik birth record.

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Simon Blüh (1829 - 1910)

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Sándor (Samuel Löbl) Blüh (1832 - 1894)

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Isaac Tauber (c.1784 - c.1849)

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Ferdinand Frantz Frankl-Kohn (1819 - 1894)

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Moritz Waldapfel (1821 - 1911)

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Johann (Janos) WALDAPFEL (1783 - 1855)

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Leopold WALDAPFEL (1819 - 1895)

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Jacob (Koppel) Trostler (1844 - 1917)

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David Louis Trostler (1845 - 1924)

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Wolf (Adolf) Trostler (1814 - 1874)

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David Milch (c.1802 - 1874)

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Adel Kohn (Lazar) (1784 - 1849)

Adel [Adelaide] Lazar was born in Prossnitz, Moravia [now Prostejov, Czech Republic], 22 May 1784, the daughter of Jacob Lazar-Brull (1749-1827), and the granddaughter of Rabbi Lesel Brull of Prossnitz...

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Simon Frankl-Kohn (1803 - 1870)

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Anna (Wilhelm) Erdős (1880 - 1971)

Anna (Wilhelm) Erdos was a high school mathematics teacher and the mother of the renowned mathematician, Dr. Paul Erdos. Anna was born in Vag Besztercze, Trencin Co., Hungary in 1880 and died in Budape...

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Meir Moritz Kohn-Bisritz (1820 - 1892)

Meir Kohn was known as "Moritz". He was a famous poet and author, and the following biography of him can be found in the "Jewish Encyclopedia": MEIR KOHN-BISTRITZ: Hungarian Neo-Hebraic poet and auth...

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Kálmán Kohn-Bistritz (Kohn) (1800 - 1886)

As a young man, Kalman Kohn moved to Vienna. Under the name of "Kalman Kohn Bistritz", he became well-known as a Neo-Hebraic poet. The Jewish Enyclopedia includes the following brief biography of him: ...

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Joseph Frankl-Kohn (c.1752 - c.1834)

Joseph Frankl-Kohn was known throughout his life as "JOSEPH KOHN". In just one census record, the financial census of Vag Besztercze in 1818, is he listed as "Joseph FRANKL-KOHN". He resided in Vag Bes...

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Kalman Joseph Kohn (Frankl-Kohn) (c.1785 - 1834)

Kalman Kohn lived his entire life in Vag Besztercze, Trencin Co., Hungary, where Kalman worked as a magistrate in the Vag Besztercze pension office. As an adult, he and his family are seen in the follo...

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David Teschner (1822 - 1899)

David Teschner remained in Vag Besztercze his entire life. He is seen in the 1848 Jewish census, living in Vag Besztercze with his wife, Betti, who was pregnant with their first child. His occupation i...

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Moses Teschner (1821 - 1879)

Moses Teschner was born in Vag Besztercze, Trencin Co., Hungary in 1821. In 1848, Moses's occupation was given as "badogos" -- Hungarian for "tinsmith". In the 1850s, Moses is seen living in household ...

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Isidor Teschner (1815 - 1891)

Isidor Teschner was a Judge in Hungary and was a prominent citizen in Vag Besztercze. He and his family remained in Europe when a large Teschner family group emigrated to the United States in 1856-1857...

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Aaron (Aron) Teschner (1799 - 1877)

Aaron Teschner was named in honor of his paternal great-grandfather, Aron Teschner (b. c.1715). In 1848, Aaron Teschner and his family are seen in the Jewish census of Vag Besztercze, Trencin Co., Hung...

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Jacob Ezekiel Teschner (1774 - 1849)

Jacob Ezekiel Teschner had the Hebrew name of "Jechezkiel". He was a "kocsmaros" by occupation -- an innkeeper or a saloon keeper. In 1848, he is also listed as a "haszonberlo", or a "pachter". He resi...

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