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Feigue Fani Bina Rooz (Böhm)

Hebrew: פייגע בעהם
Birthplace: Nyiregyhaza, Hungary
Death: April 15, 1916
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Menachem Mendel Böhm and Chava Böhm
Wife of Yeoshia Rooz
Mother of Shmuel Laci Yosef Rooz; Irenke Kraus; Zoli(Zoltan) Rooz; Jeno Yona Rooz; Bandi Rooz and 3 others
Sister of David Böhm; Tzvi Herman Böhm; Chaim Bohm; Esther Pollak; Sara Szerena Rozenblit and 4 others

Managed by: Noemi (Mimi) Böhm
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About Feigue Fani Bina Rooz

Yorzait: 12 Nisan 5676

The birthdate 2 Aug 1891 is very unlikely and she was born at least 20 years before

From my uncle Itzhak Itiel documents (1961): (translated by my son Oren)

"...Feigue was married to Yehoshua Rose, who came from a good, well-educated family. Feigue and her family lived in Satmar province, in the village of Farkas-Aszo. They had eleven children, nine boys and two girls. All of them went to high school, one of them becoming a doctor, another becoming a lawyer, and another a Province Secretary. I still remember, during the First World War, one of his sons, Yona, a nice man, an officer whose rank was Captain, was visiting his grandfather from Mirk (Menachem Mendel bohm), and his grandfather enjoyed the visit. [The famous picture of Menachem Mendel and Chava was taken by Yona at that visit -AM]

Aunt Feigue used to send us every year shmura wheat from the harvest time for Passover so we would be able to bake shmura matza. In our house we only ate shmura matza on Passover

During the conquest of Transilvania by the Romanians, at the end of the First World War, the Romanians were cruel to our uncle Yehoshua Rose and whipped him. He then left the area and moved to Bania, near Satmar, where he died. Before his death, Aunt Feigue died suddenly on the Great Sabath, 1916.

The only surviving members of the family are two boys and a girl..."

Aharon Miller

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Feigue Fani Bina Rooz's Timeline

April 28, 1893
Farkasaszo, Satumare, Hungary
April 15, 1916
Nyiregyhaza, Hungary