Anna Knöpfelmacher (Donath)

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Anna (Francisca) (Freidl) Knöpfelmacher (Donath)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Vsetín, Zlin Region, North Moravia, Czech Republic
Death: after 1869
Holešov, Kroměříž District, Zlín Region, Czech Republic
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Joachim Donath and Cipa Donath
Wife of Emanuel (Mendl) Knöpfelmacher
Mother of Theresia (Edel) Knöpfelmacher; Josepf Isidor Knöpfelmacher; Salomon Knöpfelmacher; Ignaz (Isaac) Knöpfelmacher; Samuel Karl Knöpfelmacher and 7 others
Sister of Lea (Elisabeth) Kohn (Donath); Therese Langfelder (Donath); Emanuel Donath; Isak Donath; Franze Donath and 1 other
Half sister of Jakob (Jacob) Donath

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About Anna Knöpfelmacher (Donath)

Anna (Donath) Knopfelmacher was born in Wsetin, Moravia about 1787. In early adulthood, she is seen as "Freidl" or "Francisca", but later, exclusively as "Anna". In 1857, Anna was a widow living in the home of her oldest daughter, Terezia (Knopfelmacher) Knopfelmacher (b. 1805) [household #4 in Holesov]. Later, In 1869, Anna is seen living in the home of her son, Joseph Knopfelmacher (b. 1825).

It was originally thought that there were two wives of Emanuel Knopfelmacher -- 1st, Freidl Donath, and 2nd, Anna Donath. But an interpretation of Hebrew writing on the gravestone of Jeanette (Knopfelmacher) Zerkowitz (1822-1905) has proven that "Freidl" and "Anna" were the same person.

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Anna Knöpfelmacher (Donath)'s Timeline

1787
1787
Vsetín, Zlin Region, North Moravia, Czech Republic
1805
June 20, 1805
Vsetin, Vsetín District, Zlin Region, Czech Republic
1809
November 5, 1809
Vsetin, Vsetín District, Zlin Region, Czech Republic
1810
November 8, 1810
Holesov, Kroměříž District, Zlin Region, Czech Republic
1812
March 15, 1812
Holesov, Kroměříž District, Zlin Region, Czech Republic
1814
March 24, 1814
Holešov, Zlínský kraj, Czech Republic
1815
1815
Vsetin, Vsetín District, Zlin Region, Czech Republic
1817
1817
Vsetin, Vsetín District, Zlin Region, Czech Republic
1820
1820
Valašské Meziříčí, Vsetín, Zlínský kraj, Czechia