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Alexander Turnheim (1889 - 1945)

Alexander Turnheim was born in Jaroslaw, Poland in 1889. He was a merchant and married to Antoinette nee Dembitzer. During the war he was in Scheveningen, Netherlads and Malines, Belgium. Deported with...

Ami Turnheim (1930 - 1997)

Antoinette Turnheim (Dembitzer) (1903 - 1942)

Aron Turnheim (1887 - d.)

Benjamin Turnheim (1854 - 1930)

Benjamin Turnheim (1854 - 1930)

Chaja Reisel Turnheim (Gans) (1856 - d.)

Chaje Reisel "Rosa" Turnheim (Gans) (1853 - 1923)

Dawid Turnheim (1886 - d.)

Dora Neumark (Turnheim) (1878 - 1959)

In 1923, appears to have visited parents back in Poland.

Edward Salo Turnheim (1901 - 1952)

Salo and Ilse arrived in NY aboard the Bremen from Bremen on 20 May 1937 Salo left behind a brother, Otto Turnheim in Berline, Waitzstr. 9 -- further records indicate that Otto Turnheim arrived in NY...

Edward Turnheim (deceased)

Ester Turnheim (Markowicz) (1859 - 1884)

Fannie Turnheim (Goodman) (1891 - 1976)

Feicza (Feiga) Turnheim (Markowicz) (1863 - d.)

Freude "Francesca" Turnheim (c.1875 - 1957)

Gitel Tirza Krieger (Turnheim) (1875 - 1942)

Gitel Krieger nee Turnheim was born in Bolbisz to Yaakov and Rivka. Prior to WWII she lived in Lodzh, Poland. Gitel perished in the Shoah. ז' חשון תש"...

Henriette Turnheim (drucker) (b. - 2001)

Hirsch Turnheim (deceased)

Hirsch Turnheim (c.1814 - c.1918)

Ilse Turnheim (deceased)

Ilse Goldschmidt (1903 - 1984)

Jacob (Yaakov) Turnheim (c.1860 - d.)

Josef Turnheim (1901 - d.)

Joseph Henry Turnheim (1916 - 1974)

Leopold Turnheim (1911 - 2012)

Mariam Z Turnheim (deceased)

Max Leon Turnheim (1897 - d.)

Michael Turnheim (1946 - 2009)

Miriam Z. Turnheim (c.1814 - c.1875)

Otto Turnheim (1907 - d.)

Salo left behind a brother, Otto Turnheim in Berline, Waitzstr. 9 -- further records indicate that Otto Turnheim arrived in NY on 7 March 1938 aboard the Queen Mary from Cherbourg to visit a friend, Ha...

Rivka Turnheim (deceased)

Saul Turnheim (1891 - d.)

Solomon Turnheim (1881 - 1960)

Tzemach David Turnheim (1876 - d.)

Cemach Torenheim was born in Wolborz to Yaakov and Rivka. He was a rabbi and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Belchatow, Poland. Cemach perished in the Shoah.

Yaakov Moshe Turnheim (deceased)

Zlate Atlass (Turnheim) (1840 - d.)