About Anna Wedeles
Sourced from Mike Rosenthal genealogy book. Anna, was from Becov, not married, only child was Naphtalie Wedeles born in 1763, married 3/29/1785 Osek. Reconfirmed by Petr Grab August 2015 review of Badatelna records for Naphtalie and Rebeka's child Sara Wedeles Block. Original record image viewable at Sara Block profile.
Becov has a web site that contains some mention of the Jewish presence;
"THE FORMER JEWISH TOWN There was a numerous Jewish community in Bečov for centuries. The first records of it date from the 16th century. A map of the town of Bečov dating from 1727 with a detailed plan of the Jewish town has been preserved in the State Central Record Office in Prague. The Jewish ghetto was situated in the west sloping part of the town behind "the Jewish Gate". The Jews had their own synagogue there. To get to the ghetto from the square, one had to pass through three gates. The Jewish cemetery was located on the hillside between the Bečov railway station and the road leading to Nová Ves. The cemetery was completely destroyed by the Nazis in 1938. One of the old tombstones was carried from the cemetery to the castle chapel. The yard of the mill in Vodná was paved with remaining epitaphs. Parts of them can still be found there."