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Wolfgang E. Pauli MP (1900 - 1958)

Wolfgang E. Pauli , Nobel Prize in Physics -1945 "for the discovery of the Exclusion Principle, also called the Pauli Principle". Father: Wolfgang Joseph Pacheles. (b. 1869), (later changed to Pauli ...

Adele Pascheles (Heisler) (b. - 1929)

Alfred Pascheles (1870 - 1942)

Alfred Pascheles (1870 - d.)

Alice Fichmann- Pascheles (1911 - 1985)

Amalia Pascheles (Sekeles) (1836 - d.)

Amalie Muneles (Pascheles) (1841 - d.)

Auguste Pascheles (b. - c.1907)

Auguste Pascheles (1874 - 1907)

Berta Camilla Pascheles (Pauli) (Schütz) (1878 - 1927)

Buma Pascheles (deceased)

Carrie Pashelles (Pascheles) (c.1878 - d.)

Charlotte Pauli (Pascheles) (Levy) (1915 - 2006)

Reformed Jew. Born in Manhattan but grew up in Midwood Brooklyn (attended PS 99 and Erasmus Hall HS) and did a little college. Worked to support her family during the Depression and part-time after her...

Elisabeth Pascheles (Flusser) (1844 - 1898)

Ernst Pascheles (1916 - 1968)

Ernst Pascheles (1879 - d.)

Ester Taussig (Pascheles) (1767 - d.)

Esther Brod (Pascheles) (c.1811 - d.)

Esther Charlotte Pascheles (Taubeles) (1819 - 1883)

Ezechiel Pascheles (c.1829 - d.)

Felix Frederick Pauli (Pascheles) (1911 - 1969)

Worked in chemistry. Loved the Alps and had to escape the Nazis in 1938. Worked in chemical export sales. Had a very strong moral sense. Liked nature. Lived after World War II in Sunnyside Queens with ...

Franca Pauli (Pascheles) (Bertram) (1901 - d.)

Franziska Bondy (Pascheles) (1846 - 1919)

Fritzi Pauli (Pascheles) (Porges) (1886 - 1976)

Daughter of a respect Prague lawyer and graduated college (unusual for a woman at that time). Was allowed to leave Nazi-occupied Austria with her husband and her engagement ring hidden in a tube of too...

Gabriel Pascheles (1783 - c.1853)

Hedwig Pascheles (1883 - d.)

Hedwig Pascheles (Siebenschein) (1890 - 1933)

Helene Pascheles (Utitz) (1842 - 1927)

Hertha Pauli (Pascheles) (1906 - 1973)

Ida Pascheles (1880 - d.)

Ignaz Isak Pascheles (1827 - d.)

Irma Pascheles (Skall) (1886 - 1942)

John Pauli (Isidor Pascheles) (1880 - 1951)

He was a banker. He served as a Captain in the Austrian Army in World War I. When tha Nazis arrived to Austria in the so called Anschluss he was captured an tortured by the nazis. By using all of his...

Jakob Pascheles (1849 - d.)

Jakob Wolf Pascheles (1839 - 1897)

Continued his father's publishing house with his brother Samuel and brother in law Jacob B Brandeis

Johanna Pascheles (Frankel) (c.1841 - d.)

Josef Pascheles (c.1823 - d.)

Josephine Pascheles (c.1880 - d.)

Julius Pascheles (1872 - 1917)

Lea Pascheles (Weiseles) (c.1788 - d.)

Lippmann Louis Pascheles (1850 - d.)

Lippmann Pascheles (1832 - d.)

Lotte Horgen-Pascheles (1914 - 1980)

Louise Brandeis (Pascheles) (1844 - 1907)

Marcus Pascheles (1795 - d.)

Maria Pascheles (Pitzker) (c.1791 - d.)

Marie Miriam Pascheles (1861 - c.1890)

Mathilde Pascheles (1868 - d.)

Michael Pascheles (1851 - d.)

Olga Borges -Pascheles (1871 - d.)

Oskar Pascheles (1876 - 1967)

Philipp Pascheles (1821 - d.)

Rosalia Pascheles (Kaufmann) (1848 - 1915)

Samuel Wolf Pascheles (1842 - 1913)

Sara Pascheles (Taubeles) (1812 - 1886)

Sara Sofia Löwy (Pascheles) (1819 - d.)

Sarah Pascheles (Schefteles) (c.1859 - d.)

Sarah Pascheles (Porges) (deceased)

Simche Pascheles (deceased)

Solomon Pascheles (1750 - d.)

Wilhelm Pascheles (1861 - d.)

Wolfgang Joseph Pauli (Pascheles) (1869 - 1955)

Detail View: Leavings of the Jewish Community of Vienna between 1868 and 1914 No. 18025 Last Name Pascheles Dr.med. First Name Wolf Maiden Name Lastname changed Date of Birth 1869.09.11 Birth Place P...

Wolfgang Pascheles (1814 - 1857)

Pascheles, Wolf (1814–1857), Hebrew printer, publisher, and bookseller. The son of impoverished parents, Wolf Pascheles earned his livelihood from childhood by tutoring in Prague and its imm...