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Alois Pisk

Birthdate:
Death: after January 1931
Immediate Family:

Son of Benjamin Wolf Pisk and Rebeka Regina Pisk
Husband of Rosa Pisk
Father of Regina Pisk; Emil Pisk and Karl Pisk
Brother of Leopold Pisk; Sigmund Pisk; Samuel Pisk and Julie Geyerhahn

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About Alois Pisk

Alois PISK: b. 1859, Nikolsburg - d. after Jan 1931*

Basic Nikolsburg birth data courtesy of Indexes to Mikulov births, marriages, and deaths online at the site of the Jewish Museum in Prague:

Židovská náboženská obec Mikulov, Rejstřík (z roku 1913) k matrikám, NOZ 1762 - 1912, I. část: narození, N 1762 - 1912, písmena J - Q | Jewish Museum Collections


http://collections.jewishmuseum.cz/index.php/Detail/Object/Show/object_id/172903

Name of newborn: Year of birth Parents

PISK Alois 1859 Benjamin Wolf & Regine

Details from actual IKG-Nikolsburg marriage registration, viewable courtesy of:

1889.06.06 - Alois PISK & Rosa TREBITSCH - IKG-Mikulov MR: Badatelna.eu | Národní archiv - Židovské matriky


http://www.badatelna.eu/fond/1073/reprodukce/?zaznamId=1608&reproId=180301


Groom: Alois PISK, age 29, son of Benjamin Wolf & Regina PISK


Bride: Rosa TREBITSCH, age 23 (i.e. b. circa 1866), daughter of Moses Hirsch & Betti? née ?


Witnesses: Benjamin Wolf PISK & Moses Hirsch TREBITSCH

Apparently later lived in Ollersdorf, where his father, and other members of the family, had also settled (and possibly died there?): cf. The Jews of Vienna and Their Moravian Hometowns - Avotaynu Online

 

http://www.avotaynuonline.com/2009/04/the-jews-of-vienna-and-their-moravian-hometowns-by-julius-muller/

Pathway to Vienna

During the 19th century, Jewish tradesmen gradually moved from Moravian towns to small villages in Nieder Österreich along the route from Znaim to Vienna. For example ... Similarly, one can find several Jewish kaufmänner (shopkeepers) from Nikolsburg who lived in Lower Austria: Bernard Neuspiel in Nappersdorf, Alois Pisk in Ollersdorf, Herman Wengraf in Laa, and Ignatz Wengraf in Neulengbach.

Jews who moved from Moravian Jewish quarters to Lower Austria adopted a different housing pattern scattered among their non-Jewish neighbors. In the small villages of Lower Austria, Jewish tradesmen usually traded in several agricultural products and /or ran small stores.

  • Presumably died in Ollersdorf area (no record yet traced) after Jan 1931:

cf. death notice posted for sister Julie GEYERHAHN in Neue Freie Presse, Wien, on 27 Jan 1931, viewable courtesy of:

1931.01.27 - Julie GEYERHAHN - NFP DN: ANNO, Neue Freie Presse, 1931-01-27, Seite 19

http://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/anno?apm=0&aid=nfp&datum=19310127&seite=19&zoom=2

i.e. Alois was the only surviving sibling ...

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Alois Pisk's Timeline

1859
1859
1893
1893
Age 34
Vienna, Vienna, Austria
1895
1895
Age 36
Vienna, Vienna, Austria
1898
1898
Age 39
Vienna, Vienna, Austria
1931
January 1931
Age 72