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Jacob Kohn-Zerkowitz MP (c.1761 - c.1827)

As a young man, Jacob Kohn-Zerkowitz left Moravia and followed his brother Lazar over the border to Trencin, Hungary. He is said to have lived in Trencin for a few years during the early 1780s, then la...

Jonathan (Mayer Jonas) (Markus Jonas) Kohn-Zerkowitz MP (1765 - 1821)

Mayer Jonas Kohn-Zerkowitz was the youngest son of Juda Löbl Kohn-Zerkowitz. At various times in his life, he is seen as "Mayer Jonas", "Markus", "Jonas", and "Jonathan" . He was born after his ...

Lazar (Eleazer) (Lazarus) Kohn-Zerkowitz MP (c.1756 - 1809)

The recent discovery of a set of notes made by a Zerkowitz descendant [Emil Zerk (1892-1988)] shows that the brothers Leopold and Nathan Kohn-Zerkowitz of Trencin City were not the sons of Simon Kohn-Z...

Leopold (Juda Löbl) (Jehuda Aryeh-Leib) (Löw) Kohn-Zerkowitz MP (c.1720 - 1765)

Leopold had the Hebrew name of "Yehuda Aryeh Leib Kohn", meaning "Lion". As an adult, he was known as "Leib" or as "Leopold". His family was "kohane", meaning they were descendants of Aaron, the first ...

Michael Löbl Kohn-Zerkowitz MP (1748 - 1822)

Michael Kohn-Zerkowitz moved with his parents from Zverkovice to Mahr. Weisskirchen [now Hranice, Czech Republic] in the early 1760s. He was the only Zerkowitz son to remain in that area. Jewish record...

Nathan Samuel (Nesanel) (Sándor) Kohn-Zerkowitz MP (1783 - 1847)

Nathan Samuel (Nesanel) (Sandor) Kohn-Zerkowitz was b. in Trencin, Hungary in 1783, and remained there his entire life. Upon his father's murder (prior to 1809), rights to his father's residence in Tre...

Salomon Zerkowitz (Kohn-Zerkowitz) MP (c.1743 - 1809)

Salomon Kohn-Zerkowitz was the eldest son of Juda Lobl Kohn-Zerkowitz. As a young adult, he moved to Prague where he was to remain for the rest of his life. Records show that he was a wealthy merchant ...

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(daughter) Kohn-Zerkowitz (c.1797 - d.)

(daughter) Zerkowitz (c.1795 - d.)

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(son) Kohn-Zerkowitz (c.1799 - d.)

It is possible, but not yet proven, that he was identical with David Kohn (b. Trencin, 1799, d. Trencin, 16 June 1867). Research is ongoing to confirm this.

(unidentified son) Kohn-Zerkowitz (c.1745 - d.)

He was likely Nathan (or Nesanel), but proof of this is still lacking. By tradition, he is said to have remained in or near his town of birth, and used the surname KOHN -- never "Zerkowitz" or "Kohn-Ze...

Abraham Zerkowitz (1807 - 1810)

Abraham (Lazar-Abraham) Kohn-Zerkowitz (1817 - 1840)

Lazar-Abraham Kohn-Zerkowitz was known throughout his life as "Abraham Kohn". He died in Trencin City on 23 May 1840, age 23.

Adel (Adele) (Hindel) Krieger (Zerkowitz) (1874 - d.)

Adele Zerkowitz (Spitzer) (1855 - 1924)

At the time of her death in 1924, Adele Zerkowitz (Spitzer) was residing at 19, Arbesbachgasse 21 in Vienna. According to her death notice, she was survived by two sons, Adolf and Hans Zerkowitz, by a ...

Adele (Adela) Zerkowitz (Schwarz) (1868 - 1938)

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Adolf (Adolph) Zerkowitz (1848 - 1881)

Vienna newspaper notice -- December 1881 (obituary) Adolph ZERKOWITZ, age 33 years, died in Vienna on 8 December 1881. Services to be held on 13 December 1881, with burial on 14 December 1881... Surv...

Adolf (Samú) (Samuel) Zerkowitz (1877 - 1942)

Adolf Samuel Zerkowitz was a resident of Liectensteinstrasse 133, Vienna 9, when he was transported to Maly Trostinec concentration camp on 1 October 1942. His name is listed "in memoriam" on the grave...

Adolf M. (Fufi) Zerkowitz (1884 - 1972)

On 3 January 1909, on the ship "Rhein", Adolf Zerkowitz, age 25, "merchant, b. Vienna, Austria", arrived in New York Harbor. The ship manifest indicates that his destination was Cleveland, Ohio, and th...

Alajos (Alois) (Eleazer) Zerkowitz (1862 - 1914)

According to his birth record, Alois Zerkowitz had the Hebrew name of "Eleazer". He was named in honor of his paternal great-grandfather, Eleazer (Lazar) Kohn-Zerkowitz (c1756-bef 1809) of Trencin. A...

Alajos (Aloys) (Eleazer) (Lazar) Zerkowitz (1798 - d.)

In 1828, "Aloys Cserkovitsz" is seen living in Pozsony-Ternio (later Pressburg), Pozsony megye, Hungary. When the Jewish census of 1848 was taken, he and his family were still residing in Pozsony: Po...

Albert Zerkowitz (1821 - 1902)

Albert (Béla) Zerkowitz (1904 - 1964)

On 14 October 1941, Albert Zerkowitz, age 36, merchant, born in Budapest, Hungary, accompanied by his wife, Elizabeth V., age 26, born in Berlin, Germany, arrived in New York Harbor on the ship "Exeter...

Alberto Zerkowitz (c.1930 - 1999)

Alexander Zerkowitz (1860 - 1927)

Alexander Zerkowitz lived in Graz, Austria. He was a famous architect and his specific Jugendstil approach was influenced by the Vienna style of Wagner and Loos, and was regarded as unique in Austria. ...

Alexander (Nesanel) Zerkowitz (1857 - 1858)

Alexander was named in honor of his paternal grandfather, Nesanel Kohn-Zerkowitz (1783-1847) of Trencin. He died in June 1858 at the age of 10 months.

Alfred Zerkowitz (1857 - 1931)

Alfred Zerkowitz and his family left Vienna in 1894, shortly following his conversion to Christianity in April 1894. He returned several years later and died in Vienna on 28 July 1931.

Alfred (Arxiu) (Fredi) Zerkowitz (1932 - d.)

Arxiu Zerkowitz was a well-known photographer in Barcelona, Spain.

Aloise Rosa Zerkowitz (Grünholz) (1834 - 1902)

At the time of her death in 1902, Rosa Zerkowitz (Grunholz), "kaufmannsgattin", was residing at 9, Clusiusgasse 1 in Vienna.

Alzbeta (Elizabeth) (Elza) (Elsa) Zerkowitz (Singer) (1882 - c.1944)

Elisabeth Zerkowitz (Singer) was born in Vnorovy, Moravia on 27 January 1882, and was known as "Elsa". She was sent on Transport U from Brno to Theresienstadt on 28 January 1942. On 18 December 1943, s...

Amailia (Emilia) Zerkowitz (Zucher) (1856 - 1933)

Amalia's maiden name is also seen as "ZWICKER". She was born in Boskovice, Moravaia on 9 December 1856 and died in Brno, Czechoslovakia on 3 June 1933.

Amalia (Malka) Karpeles (Zerkowitz) (1772 - 1852)

Amalia (Zerkowitz) Karpeles was a widow living in Prague in 1852: Prague, Bohemia, 15 July 1852: KARPELES, Amalia geb. ZERKOWITZ, b. 1775, Prag -- widow of Wolf Karpeles She died in Prague on 9 Aug...

Amalia (Maly) (Malka) Zerkowitz (Erber) (1823 - 1897)

Amalia Zerkowitz (Erber) was born in 1823 and was married to Isaias Wolf Zerkowitz on 4 May 1848. Witnesses to the marriage were the groom's uncle, Mayer [Markus] Zerkowitz, "familiant in Leipnik", and...

Amalia Martha Zerkowitz (1863 - 1864)

Anczi Zerkowitz (deceased)

Andor Zerkowitz (1895 - 1971)

Andor Zerkowitz and his wife, Vilma Zerkowitz (Stroche), both survived World War II. According to the Klarsfeld database, they were residing at 95 Andrassy utca, Budapest, in the post-war years. Both h...

András Zerkowitz (1900 - 1977)

Anna Zerkowitz (1788 - 1812)

Anna Sontag (Kohn-Zerkowitz) (1758 - d.)

Anna Kohn-Zerkowitz moved with her parents to Mahr. Weisskirchenm (Hranice), Moravia in the early 1760s. When she married Leopold Sontag in October 1793, her age was given as 35.

Anna Zerkowitz (1850 - 1913)

Anna Fränkel (Kohn-Zerkowitz) (1822 - d.)

Anna Kohn (Kohn-Zerkowitz) (1835 - 1837)

Anna Zerkowitz (1872 - d.)

Anna (Ema) (Nanschi) Löwy (Zerkowitz) (c.1809 - 1846)

Anna (Zerkowitz) Lowy died in childbirth in 1846. Her infant daughter was named in her honor.

Anna (Handel) (Hani) Reicher (Zerkowitz) (1841 - 1877)

Anna (Nina) Zerkowitz (1873 - 1877)

Anna (Nina) (Netti) Dietrichstein (Zerkowitz) (1822 - d.)

Anny Zerkowitz (Rappel) (1905 - 1993)

Anny (Rappel) Zerkowitz was born on 24 February 1905, and died in Graz, Austria in April 1993, age 88 years.

Antónia Weissmayer (Zerkowitz) (1831 - 1884)

Aranka Tarnai (Zerkowitz) (Mérő) (deceased)

Aranka (Rachel) Mohrer (Zerkowitz) (1891 - 1941)

Aranka Zerkowitz had the Hebrew name of Rachel. She married a Mohrer and died early in life. Her young daughter, Edith, was raised by her three unmarried sisters, Frida, Roza, and Jozefa.

Armin (Herman) (Emanuel) Zerkowitz (1858 - 1895)

Armin Zerkowitz was living at Gr. Mohrengasse 9, Vienna 2, at the time of his death. His occupation is given as "Comptorist". Wedding record 1057: Death record 396:

Augusta (Auguste) Zerkowitz (Elbogen) (1873 - 1942)

Holocaust.cz AUGUSTE ZERKOWITZ Born 04. 10. 1873 last residence before deportation: Wien, 1, Seitenstettengasse 4 Transport IV/12, č. 814 (01.10.1942 - 02.10.1942 Vienna -> Terez...

Axel, Dr. Zerkowitz (deceased)

Dr. Axel Zerkowitz was a physician in Berlin, Germany.

Babet (Babette) (Bertha) (Berta) Zerkowitz (Goldberg) (b. - 1909)

Bertha Zerkowitz (Goldberg) was still living in Budapest, Hungary in 1909.

Babeth (Betti) Kohn-Zerkowitz (Hoffman) (1786 - c.1871)

Babeth Zerkowitz (Hoffman) was born in Turzovka, Trencin Co., Hungary in 1786. She was deceased by 1871.

Barbara (Babeth) Diamand (Kohn-Zerkowitz) (1778 - 1854)

Listed as witnesses on her marriage record (20 July 1797) are Barbara's father, "Simon Zerkovitz" [Simon Kohn-Zerkowitz, c1754-1817], and her uncle, "Jonas Zerkovitz" [Markus Jonas Kohn-Zerkowitz, 1765...

Barbara (Betti) (Lotti) Zerkowitz (Urban) (1818 - 1855)

Barbara (Elisabetha) (Babeti) Kohn-Zerkowitz (Graner) (1768 - 1836)

Barbara is listed in the 1828 census of Obuda, Hungary as "Barb. Czerkowitz".

Bela Kohn-Zerkowitz (1804 - d.)

Benedikt Zerkowitz (1808 - 1810)

Bernard ZERKOWITZ (deceased)

Bernard (Baruch) Zerkowitz (1829 - 1845)

Bernard (Baruch) Zerkowitz (Kohn-Zerkowitz) (1821 - 1883)

In 1870, "Bernhard Zerkowitz, goldabeiter" [Geldarbeiter?], was living at 2, Praterstr. 65 in Vienna.

Bernard (Bernhard) (Bernát) Zerkowitz (Kohn-Zerkowitz) (c.1824 - 1894)

Bernard Kohn-Zerkowitz was named in honor of his great-grandfather, Bernard Pick (c1740-c1822), who died in Trencin City a couple of years prior to his birth. In the 1848 Jewish census of Trencin, Be...

Bernhard Lazar Zerkowitz (1850 - 1940)

Bernhard Zerkowitz resided in his native Leipnik until about 1876 when he moved to Vienna. In 1877, "Bernhard Lazar Zerkowitz" is listed as a part of the Leipnik religious community (the Kultusgemeinde...

Berta Zerkowitz (1892 - 1942)

Bertha Zerkowitz of Vienna was transported to Riga concentration camp on 26 January 1942. She perished there.

Berta (Bertha) (Betty) Blau (Zerkowitz) (1837 - 1915)

Bertha Bondi (Zerkowitz) (1861 - 1942)

Bertha (Zerkowitz) Bondi was deported to Theresienstadt where she died on 18 June 1942, age 81 years. She is buried next to her brother, Karl Zerkowitz, in Vienna's central cemetery.

Bertha (Betty) Zerkowitz (Groag) (1833 - 1907)

Bertha (Groag) Zerkowitz was born in Leipnik, Moravia on 18 June 1833, and died in Vienna, Austria on 7 May 1907, age 74 years. At the time of her death, she was living at Vienna 2, Novaragasse 87. N...

Betti Zerkowitz (1800 - d.)

Betti (Lotti) Zerkowitz (Brandeis) (1829 - d.)

In 1880, she may have been the "Betti Zerkowitz, brantwein", who was living at 9, Nussdorfestrasse 51, Vienna, Austria.

Betty Zerkowitz (Winter) (1822 - d.)

Blanche C. Zerkowitz (Zeletsky) (1910 - 1993)

Bruno Zerkowitz (1889 - 1942)

Bruno was a twin to Oskar, and was a resident of Graz, Austria when he was transported to a concentration camp in 1942. He was shot by the Nazis in Kz Jesenovae, Yugoslavia on February 24, 1942.

Béla Zerkowitz (1896 - 1944)

Bela Zerkowitz was named in honor of his grandfather, Bernard Zerkowitz (1824-1894), who died two years prior to his birth. Bela resided at 49 Szent Laszlo utca, Budapest. He did not survive World War ...

Carzelina Zerkowitz (deceased)

Cecilia Kohn-Zerkowitz (Kohn-Boschan (Kohn or Bosany)) (1794 - 1885)

Cecilia (Kohn-Boschan) Knopfelmacher Zerkowitz was born in Ilava, Trencin Co., Hungary in 1794, and died in Trencin on 9 February 1885, age 90 years. She was married first, about 1816, to David Knopfel...

Cecilia (Cacilie) (Cilli) (Cilly) (Zartl) Hochfelder (Zerkowitz) (1845 - 1893)

Cecilia Hochfelder (Zerkowitz) had the Hebrew name of Zartl. She died in Visoka on 16 August 1893, age 48 years. Her gravestone still remains standing and the Hebrew writing on it has been translated a...

Cecilia (Cilli) Zerkowitz (Schwarcz) (1860 - 1942)

Cecilia (Schwarz) Zerkowitz was born in Pjecho, Trencin Co., Hungary in 1860. She was murdered at Auschwitz in 1942, age 82 years. In 1900, Cecilia (Schwarz) Zerkowitz was a widow living in Trencin Cit...

Cecilia (Zily) (Zwiele) (Cvile) Kohn-Zerkowitz (c.1802 - 1819)

Cecilie (Zartl) (Zilly) Wolkenstein (Zerkowitz) (1854 - d.)

Cecilie Wolkenstein (Zerkowitz) and her husband, Siegfried Wolkenstein (a director of a company), were divorced in Vienna on 1 September 1901 after 19 years of marriage.

Chaja Kohn-Zerkowitz (Pick) (c.1763 - 1787)

The 1781 Jewish census of Trencin shows that Chaja was living in her parents' household, along with her newlywed husband, "Lazarus Konn". She was deceased by 1795 when her husband, Lazar Kohn-Zerkowitz...

Chaja Kohn-Zerkowitz (c.1809 - 1818)

She was named in honor of her paternal grandmother, Chaja (Pick) Kohn-Zerkowitz (b. c1763) of Trencin.

Chaja Kohn-Zerkowitz (c.1813 - 1830)

Cheile (Eva) (Ester) Janowitz aus Neuern (Zerkowitz) (1766 - 1805)

When Cheile (Eva) Zerkowitz was married to Abraham Samuel Janowitz (aka Neuern) on 25 May 1785, witnesses on the marriage record were the groom's father, Samuel Janowitz, and the bride's maternal grand...

Clara Angela Schulz (Zerkowitz) (1891 - d.)

Cäcilie Zerkowitz (c.1866 - 1936)

Residence 1917: Lipník nad Bečvou (Leipnik), Moravia, Czech

Cäcilie (Cecilie) (Cecilia) Zerkowitz (Römer) (1858 - 1936)

Cecilie (Romer) Zerkowitz was born in Szabolocs, Hungary on 20 May 1858, and died in Vienna on 21 June 1936, age 78 years. In 1930, "Cazilie Zerkowitz" is seen living at 2, Scholzg. 1a, Vienna. Weddi...

David Zerkowitz (Kohn-Zerkowitz) (1784 - 1846)

As a young man, David Zerkowitz continued to reside in Mahr. Weisskirchen even after his parents moved to Leipnik. David's name appears on a list of Familianten in Mahr. Weisskirchen, 6 May 1805, when ...

David Jechiel Zerkowitz (1848 - d.)

David Zerkowitz (1852 - d.)

Dora Singer (Zerkowitz) (1893 - d.)