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Heinrich IV "the Rich", Herzog von Bayern-Landshut MP (1386 - 1450)

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Ludwig IX "the Rich", Herzog von Bayern-Landshut MP (1417 - 1479)

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Adele Landshut (Cohn) (1854 - 1928)

Adolf Abraham Aharon Landshut (1854 - 1923)

Agnes von Bayern-Landshut (c.1335 - d.)

Alfred Abraham Landshut (1883 - 1941)

Alfred, with his wife Erna and his sister Selma, fled to Palestine on the shipwrecked "Struma". They saved from the Struma by Italian warships to Rhodes, Greece. Alfred died in Rhodes as a result of hu...

Alma Landshut (Rosenthal) (1875 - 1949)

Alma Landshut, née Rosenthal, born on 1 Mar 1875 was the mother Rosa Loewald and wife of Josef Landshut, who died in Berlin in 1941. Before WW2 Alma lived in berlin. After her husband's death, S...

ARNOLD LANDSHUT (1900 - 1955)

Arnold Landshut (1925 - d.)

Arnold Aharon Landshut (1900 - 1955)

Barbara Weber (Landshut) (1763 - c.1830)

Berta Alice Landshut (Dehle) (deceased)

Bertha Landshut (Eisenstädt) (1856 - 1912)

Bertha Sara Ascher (Landshut) (1858 - 1945)

Bertha Landshut (Ehrenberg) (1847 - 1927)

Carola Pauline Holm (Landshut, Herrmann) (1894 - 1988)

Caspar Landshut (1851 - 1927)

Charlotte Rahmer (Landshut) (1897 - 1942)

Charlotte Rahmer nee Landshut was born in Neumark, Poland in 1897. Prior to WWII she lived in Berlin, Germany. During the war she was in Berlin, Germany. Deported with Transport from Berlin,Berlin,Berl...

Dalia Zipora Landshut (Rabinowitz) (b. - 1998)

David Landshut (1884 - d.)

David Landshut had learned the mechanical engineering specialist, and served in the German Navy. He immigrated to America with the ship called "President Grant, arrived in 23/08/1911 to New York, and w...

Dorothea Freytas Maura (Landshut) (1923 - d.)

Dvora Landshut (Kritz) (deceased)

Edith Landshut (Neumann) (deceased)

Edith Rosalie Landshut (Hess) (1896 - 1965)

Edith Landshut (Kosack) (1898 - 1971)

Elisabeth von Bayern-Landshut, Kurfürstin zu Brandenburg (1383 - 1442)

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Elisabeth von Bayern-Landshut (Wittelsbach), Pfalzgräfin bei Rhein (1478 - 1504)

Elisabeth of Bavaria-Landshut (1419 - 1451)

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Elisabeth von Bayern-Landshut (deceased)

Ella Landshut (Meinhardt) (1898 - 1980)

Elsa Landshut (Meyer) (1879 - 1946)

Else Julia Landshut (Mannheim) (1893 - 1975)

Erich Itzhak Landshut (1907 - 1994)

Erna Sara Landshut (Alexander) (1887 - d.)

Erna Sara Landshut nee Alexander, born 30 Oct 1887 in neumark, She was a housewife. Erna, with her husband Alfred and his sister Selma fled to Palestine on the shipwrecked "Struma". They saved from the...

Erna Landshut (1880 - 1913)

Erna Landshut died in 1913 at age 33 of blood cancer.

Eva Field (Landshut) (1922 - d.)

Eva came up with the first Youth Aliyah to Palestine, was characterized by sporty beauty, married the teacher Jimmy Field from Ireland and lives in Ireland with two daughters and three sons.

Eva Chava Levitt (Landshut) (1924 - 2009)

Eva Bertha Rosner (Landshut) (1916 - 1997)

Eva Bertha Rosner got naturalized in New Zealand.

Frank Landshut (1918 - 2014)

SR. LANDSHUT FRANK NEUMAN passed away on Sunday February 2, in Santiago, Chile. He left his wife Mrs. Helga Lagner Salomon, his sons Paul, Andrea, Daniel Landshut, his sister Vera Landshut Neuman, gran...

Frieda Landshut (deceased)

Fru Cathrine von Landshüt (1315 - d.)

von Landshut 3 Kroner på en rød Bjelke i blåt Felt.

Gerda Landshut (Kosack) (1903 - 1958)

GERDA LANDSHUT (KOSACK) (1903 - 1958)

Gerhard Lesser Landshut (1923 - 2002)

Hanna Kerr (Landshut) (1924 - 2003)

Hannchen Hirsch (Landshut) (1845 - 1925)

Hans Salomon Landshut (1897 - 1944)

Hans Salomon Landshut (born February 14, 1897 in Neumark in West Prussia (today Poland), died October 3, 1944 in Sachsenhausen concentration camp) was a German physician of the Jewish faith. Hans Salom...

Heinrich Michael Landshut (1885 - 1948)

בן ברטה ואברהם-אהרן, נולד ביום 1....

Heinz, Henry Herman, John Stevens (Landshut) (1917 - 2003)

Helene Ahron (Landshut, Saft) (1867 - 1944)

Helene Ahron (French: Hélène) was born in Neumark, Poland in 16/05/1867 (some records indicate Helene born in 1862). Helene Landshut married in 1893 the merchant Samuel Satf in Soldau, th...

Hermann Landshut (1885 - 1916)

Hermann Landshut (1920 - d.)

Hermann Tzvi Landshut (Hirsch) (1844 - 1927)

Hulda Landshut (Alexander) (1878 - 1959)

Ilse Krache (Landshut) (1919 - 2007)

Birth: Feb. 19, 1919 Berlin, Germany Death: Dec. 29, 2007 Missoula Missoula County Montana, USA Ilse Krache, greatly beloved mother and grandmother, 88, of Stevensville, died at Community Medical Cen...

Ilse Yehudit Sommerfeld (Landshut) (1919 - 1967)

Ines Stevens, Landshut (Tartari) (1911 - 2012)

Jenny Asch (Landshut) (1873 - 1947)

Jenny Asch nee Landshut born on 26.03.1873, She was transported from berlin on 04.11.1942, Transport Number I/75 Ew to Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia (Ghetto). Jenny Survived the Holocaust. Source: u...

Johann von Bayern-Landshut (c.1390 - 1396)

Johanna Landshut (Rosenberg) (1858 - 1940)

Johanne von Bayern-Landshut (Wittelsbach), Pfalzgräfin von Pfalz-Mosbach (1413 - 1444)

Joseph José Landshut (1889 - d.)

Not clear if born in Soldau (Dzialdowo, Poland) or in Weissenburg (Germany).

Joseph Landshut (1864 - 1941)

According to Klaus Loewald's Papers Joseph born in 1864

Juliane Grumach (Landshut) (1928 - d.)

Julius Landshut (1893 - 1928)

Karl Landshut (b. - c.1941)

Kurt Landshut (1890 - 1966)

Leo Joseph Landshut (1886 - 1968)

Leo Landshut was the second eldest of 10 children of Lesser and Johanna Landshut. Leo became a merchant and ran his own store-warehouse before he was 45. He was arrested and jailed when the Nazis came ...

Lesser Eliezer Landshut (1855 - 1922)

Lilly Gronau (Landshut) (1886 - 1923)

Lilly Landshut (1935 - d.)

Lore Kaufmann (Landshut) (1893 - d.)

lothar landshut (deceased)

Lothar Yehuda Landshut (1909 - 1952)

Magdalene von Bayern-Landshut (c.1388 - 1410)

Margarete Landshut (Alexandrowitz) (1898 - 1983)

Margarethe von Bayern-Landshut (c.1384 - d.)

Margot Landshut (Feige), Dr (1892 - 1959)

Martha Landshut (1884 - c.1942)

Marta Landshut was born in Soldau, Dzialdowo, Pomorze, Poland in 30/11/1884. Prior to WWII lived in Berlin, Germany. During the war was in Berlin, Germany. Deported with Transport from Berlin, Germany ...

Martin Stevens (Landshut) (1916 - 1983)

Max Landshut (1887 - 1960)

Meta Loewald (Landshut) (1878 - 1974)

Meta Loewald was saved with a jewish transmigration card. It was deposited by her son Dr. H W Loewald, Baltimore, MD; USA. Before she lived in Reichsstrasse 104 Berlin, Germany

Michael Max Landshut (1874 - 1957)

Michael Landshut (deceased)

Paula Landshut (1888 - 1961)

Paula Hoehne (Landshut) (1896 - c.1966)

Paula HOEHNE nee Landshut born on 19.01.1896 in Neumark, During the WW2 she lived at Lutherstr. 47, Heidelberg, Germany. Source: ushmm.org

Paula Ruedell (Landshut) (1892 - d.)

Paula Ruedell nee Landshut born on 8 Jan 1892, and lived before WW2 in Freiburg (Germany). Announcement at the Aufbau (German language publications of the 1940s) indicated that Paula had survived the H...

Pauline Landshut (Silberstein) (1821 - 1887)

Rachel Ortrud Landshut (Berg) (1912 - 1998)

Rose Lotte Landshut (Neumann) (1905 - d.)

Rose Ulla Hirsch (Landshut) (1882 - 1938)

Rosel Loewald (Landshut) (1895 - 1987)

Rosa Loewald, also known as Rosel or Rose, was born to Alma and Josef Landshut in Neumark, Westpreussen (now Nowy Targ, Poland), and served as a nurse in the First World War She married Hans Georg Loew...

Ruth Helga Landshut (1920 - c.1944)

Ruth Landshut was born in Allenstein, Germany in 1920 to Leo and Zasha. She was single. Prior to WWII she lived in Erfurt, Germany. During the war she was in Erfurt, Germany. Ruth was murdered/perished...

Salomon Seelig Landshut, Harris (Hirsch) (1818 - 1895)

Samuel Landshut (1891 - 1914)

Samuel Landshut (1859 - 1919)

Sarah Sascha Landshut (Herrmann) (1884 - 1969)

Sarah Landshut nee Herrmann was married to Leo Landshut. She fled from the Nazis to Yugoslavia. They had two sons, who changed their names in US to Stevens. Leo and Sarah both buried in Israel.

Saronette Landshut (deceased)