Isak (Izak) Herman "J. H" Subak

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Isak J. H Izak Herman Subak

Birthdate:
Death: Died in Třebíč, Třebíč District, Vysočina Region, Czech Republic
Immediate Family:

Son of Simon Subak and Sara Feila Paula Subak
Husband of Theresia Netti Subak
Father of Fanny Lazar; Jozua Max Subak; Maximilian Max Subak; Adolf (Abraham) Subak; Amelia Stukhart and 6 others
Brother of Apolena Dirrheim; Barbara Babette Furnberg; Josef Subak and Danutha Betty Wertheimer

Occupation: Lederfabrikanten J. H. Subak & Söhne
Managed by: Rafi Kornfeld (c)
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About Isak (Izak) Herman "J. H" Subak

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~prohel/names/friedmann/subak.html#iza1

Daughter-in-law: Rosa (nee ?) Subak -- mentioned in daughter Amalie obituary

Isak expanded the Leatherworks into the large Factory that is still standing in Třebíč, Moravia, Czech. At its’ peak the firm employed about 600 people. His 3 sons are among his 7-8 descendents who lived to adulthood. Adolf s sons were the last owners, managers of the Třebíč leatherworks. The formerly Jewish quarter of Třebíč, including the Subak Tannery and residences, was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003. *see Měšťan, dělník (in Czech) a jejich vzájemný vztah v Třebíčí v letech 1873 - 1914 and referemce (in Czech)

[https://registr.cvut.cz/o_print_list.php?podm=WHERE+((row_valid+>+0)+&&+(zaznam+LIKE+'V%'))+ORDER+BY+zaznam V003657] J. H. Subak, koželužna Třebíč, Sušilova and dr. Julius Subak ?(same as 1876 - bur 6/26/1922 Vienna)? továrník v Třebíč OR on Radio Prague - in Czech article: Isaak Herman Subak and sons (I.H.Subak a synové / J.H.Subak & Söhne tannery reference (koželužna) factory in Třebíč founded end 18th century & closed in 1931 whose members live today in USA, England, Scotland and Austria, but they come regularly every year to their hometown. The former factory Subak was rebuilt in the 1990's and converted into housing. The new 29 housing development has contributed to bringing life back to the Jewish ghetto of Třebíč reference.

[https://registr.cvut.cz/o_print_list.php?podm=WHERE+((row_valid+>+0)+&&+(zaznam+LIKE+'V%'))+ORDER+BY+zaznam V000125] Mechanická tkalcovna Subak a synové in Zálabí, Dvůr Králové nad Labem

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Isak (Izak) Herman "J. H" Subak's Timeline

1811
October 1811
1836
1836
Age 24
1838
May 8, 1838
Age 26
Třebíč (Trebitsch), Moravia, Czech Republic
1839
December 30, 1839
Age 28
Třebíč (Trebitsch), Moravia, Czech Republic
1841
August 17, 1841
Age 29
Třebíč, Vysočina Region, Czech Republic
1844
January 18, 1844
Age 32
Třebíč, Czech Republic
1845
May 7, 1845
Age 33
Třebíč (Trebitsch), Moravia, Czech Republic
1848
July 6, 1848
Age 36
Trebitsch (Třebíč), Moravia
1851
January 1, 1851
Age 39
Třebíč, Czech Republic