Abraham Heyman Bresslau

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Abraham Heyman Bresslau

German: Abraham Hei(ne)mann
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Hamburg, Germany
Death: May 06, 1884 (71)
New York City, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Heymann Bresslau and Güdel Lipschütz
Husband of Marianne Bresslau
Father of Harry Bresslau; Betty Bresslau; Emil Bresslau; (Samson) Stephan Bresslau; Clara Bresslau and 3 others
Brother of Marcus Bresslau; Betty Bresslau; Sophie Bresslau; Rosalie Bresslau and Rachel Bresslau

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  • Date/place of birth in Erich Woehlkens, Lisa Kuhlmann and Beate L Weiland, Beiträge zur Geschichte der Juden in Uelzen und in Nordostniedersachsen (1996), p. 134.
  • Identified as son of Heimann Bresslau from Hamburg in Woelkens et al., Beiträge, p. 135.
  • Identified as husband of Marianne Heimann (née Heynemann) and father of Harry, Betty, Emil, Samson (=Stephan), Clara, Ludwig (=Leopold) and Jenny in Woelkens et al., Beiträge', p. 134.
  • Date and place of marriage in in Woelkens et al., Beiträge', p. 134.
  • From 1827 on he lived in Dannenberg. He learns the banking business in the company Israel Isaak Marcus Mansfeld and takes over the bank after the death of the company boss. From July 1845 he is a citizen of Dannenberg. In October 1856 he receives civil rights in Uelzen. He buys a house in the Gudestraße 152. In 1860/61 he owns a brickyard in Kirchweyhe. In December 1864 he lives in Uelzen, street: Vor dem Bärentore 450 (later Bahnhofstraße). Leaves Uelzen 1866. See Woelkens et al., Beiträge', p. 134.
  • Abraham Bresslau emigrated to the United States in 1866 and became an editor at the New York State Newspaper after the family had lost all of its assets following the annexation of Hanover after the German War. He lived there until 1886 and never returned to Germany. Source: The Albert Schweizzer - Helene Bresslau Letters. 1902 - 1912. Rhena Scheitzer-Miller and Gustav Woytt (Editors). Introduction, p. xxiv. Date of death presumably 1886. See also Deutsche Biographie:

https://www.deutsche-biographie.de/sfz5823.html

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Abraham Heyman Bresslau's Timeline

1813
March 26, 1813
Hamburg, Germany
1848
March 22, 1848
Dannenburg Elba Hannover, Germany
1850
1850
Dannenberg, Lower Saxony, Germany
1851
1851
Dannenberg, Lower Saxony, Germany
1854
1854
Dannenberg, Lower Saxony, Germany
1859
1859
Uelzen, Germany
1861
1861
Uelzen, Germany
1864
October 26, 1864
1884
May 6, 1884
Age 71
New York City, United States