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Jonathan Jontef Uffenheimer

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Birthplace: Uffenheim, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
Death: after 1758
Hohenems, Vorarlberg, Austria
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Husband of NN Uffenheimer
Father of Mayer Jonathan Uffenheimer; Josua Uffenheimer; Gabriel Hohenems Uffenheimer, z. Büchse; Lazarus Lazar Uffenheimer; Sara Dannhauser and 1 other

Occupation: Kaufmann, Heereslieferant
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About Jonathan Jontef Uffenheimer

Jonathan Uffenheimer stammte vermutlich aus der Stadt Uffenheim in Bayern, die 1699 das fragwürdige "Privileg" erhielt, keine Juden mehr aufnehmen zu "müssen". Etwa 1700 kam Uffenheimer nach Innsbruck und heiratete eine Tochter von Abraham May, einem der beiden Hofjuden der Habsburger in Innsbruck. Jonathan Uffenheimers Erfolge als Kaufmann waren wechselhaft. Von den Problemen ist in der Überlieferung wie so oft mehr die Rede, als von den alltäglich-reibungslosen Geschäften. 1719/20 versuchte er sich gemeinsam mit seinem Schwiegervater May als Heereslieferant. "Sie beschafften Uniformen für ein tirolisches Bataillon, das wegen des Spanischen Erbfolgekrieges nach Italien zog. Die Lieferung war aber von ungenügender Qualität, und es folgte ein Rattenschwanz von Prozessen, jeder gegen jeden." (Thomas Albrich) 1725 übersiedelte Jonathan Uffenheimer mit seiner Frau und seinen zwei Söhnen Jakob und Maier Jonathan nach Hohenems, wo er gegen 25 Gulden Schutzgeld aufgenommen wurde. Drei weitere Söhne, Gabriel, Josua und Lazar, wurden in Hohenems geboren, sowie eine unbekannte Zahl von Töchtern. 1739 wurde Jonathan Uffenheimer Vorsteher der Judengemeinde, ein Amt, dass er bis 1749 ausübte. Innerhalb der jüdischen Gemeinde kam es zu Rivalitäten mit Josle Levi, der 1745 nach der gewaltsamen Auflösung der kleinen jüdischen Gemeinde in Sulz nach Hohenems gekommen war - und 1749 seine Nachfolge antrat. Uffenheimer erhielt 1753 ein "Speditions- und Hoffaktorenpatent", das ihm den Aufenthalt und die Reise innerhalb der Monarchie wesentlich erleichterte. Immer wieder betätigte er sich als Heereslieferant, so 1745 im österreichischen Erbfolgekrieg für die österreichischen Truppen und für die Vorarlberger Landesdefension. Auch sein Sohn Maier Jonathan wurde k.k. Hoffaktor und Heereslieferant, z.B. im "Siebenjährigen Krieg" von 1756 bis 1763. Jonathan Uffenheimer starb nach 1758. Sein Grab ist unbekannt.

cf.: http://www.hohenemsgenealogie.at/gen/getperson.php?personID=I4130&tree=Hohenems


http://home.pacbell.net/wlfrank/earlyuffenheimer.pdf

THE EARLY UFFENHEIMER FAMILY

Werner L. Frank

Calabasas, California USA

January 2002

The authoritative chronicle of the earliest members of my Uffenheimer family is Rabbi Aron Tänzer’s book, Die Geschichte der Juden in Hohenems [7]. Herein we are introduced to Stammvater Jonathan Uffenheimer and his three sons: Jakob, Maier and Gabriel. Furthermore, five children of Maier are also identified.

Jonathan was a rich merchant who emanated from Innsbruck, Austria, migrating in 1725 with his family to Hohenems in the Vorarlberg region [7, p. 59].1 He was received with flourish, paying a Schutzgeld of 25 fl. per annum as is recorded by Tänzer, bringing with him a wife and two children, Jakob and the younger Maier [7, pgs. 60, 315]. Jonathan soon became Vorsteher of the community (1737-1749), a position also held later by his son Maier (1777-1789). Both father Jonathan and son Maier were appointed K.K. Hoffaktors to the Imperial Household of Maria Theresia as cited on page 306 of the book by Heinrich Schnee, Die Hoffinanz und der moderne Staat [6]:

Auf Empfehlung der Regierung zu Konstanz erteilte Kaiserin Maria Theresia am 15 Dezember 1753 dem Judenvorsteher von Hohenems Jonathan Uffenheimer ein "Speditions-und Hoffaktorspatent".....sein Sohn Meier Uffenheimer wurde ebenfalls k.k. Hoffaktor.

A document of 27 October 1757 further acknowledges the role of Meier Uffenheimer as Hoffaktor and forwarding agent in connection with a business located in Bregenz (fig. 1). The seal of Maier Uffenheimer is shown in Figure 2 [1]. A 1761/1763 general ledger reflecting the business transactions of Maier Uffenheimer is displayed in the Jewish Museum at Hohenems.

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The family of Jonathan Uffenheimer grew beyond the two sons that came with him to Hohenems, adding Gabriel, Josua and Lazar as is shown in Figure 3. We know very little about Jakob other than he was older than Maier. Presumably, Jakob was born in Innsbruck as was Maier.

Jonathan and Maier both lived out their lives in Hohenems. The rest of the family apparently dispersed, Gabriel and Lazar to Vienna and Josua to Kippenheim in the Breisgau. However, we are not certain regarding the ultimate fate of Jakob. Tänzer’s last citation of Jakob in Hohenems was in 1757 [7, p. 68]; he does not appear in the taxpayer’s list of 1779 [7, p. 131]. Also, in a 1777 schematic of the Judengasse of Hohenems, showing the owner identity of all of the homes, Jakob is singularly absent. On the other hand, brother Maier is cited in the 1757, 1777 and 1779 sources.

So, what happened to Jacob Uffenheimer? Why did his brother Maier take on the more prominent role of number one son to Jonathan since Jakob was the eldest. Perhaps Jakob was shoved aside by his father and this may explain why he ultimately left Hohenems.

1 Hohenems (locally called Ems) is located in what was then called Western Austria (Vorderösterreich), in the area of Vorarlberg, near Lake Constance, along the Swiss border.

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We are aware of one son of Jacob Uffenheimer, Gideon (Götz) Jacob Uffenheimer, who was born in Hohenems in 1738 and died in Breisach (near Kippenheim) on 21 January 1824. According to findings by David Blum, there exists an acceptance notification for the Schutz of Gideon in Breisach dated 15 March 1776. Could it be that father Jakob ended up in Breisach along with his son? We have no evidence for this possibility.

Gideon was in business with his famous entrepreneuring textile manufacturer uncle, Josua Uffenheimer. In the article by Jürgen Stude, Der Kaiserlich-Königliche “Fabriquewesen-Entrepreneur” Josua Uffenheimer aus Kippenheim [5, p. 362ff] and the book by David Blum [2, p. 113ff], Josua Uffenheimer is shown as an intrepid individual. His exploits in textile manufacturing are recited with a sense of awe for their times. It is amazing that despite his renown he still remained a Schutzjude throughout his career. Although he was so highly regarded by the citizenry, clergy, and the vorderösterreichischen authorities, he nevertheless was unable to enter some towns due to his Jewish identity.

After Josua moved from Hohenems to Kippenheim, he opened a textile and linen retail store (Stoffe und Wäsche). He must have built the business to sizable proportions since he paid a hefty 30 gulden annual tax. His purchases of inventory from places such as distant Tirol and Switzerland brought highly desired tolls into the local authorities’ coffers. Such sources of income endeared the Jew to the ruling gentry.

Uffenheimer extended his business activity to money lending. He also dealt with the kaiserliche Armee, supplying it with goods brokered from local sources. For example, as purchasing agent in 1754, he handled an expenditure of 4,100 gulden. With Brother Gabriel Uffenheimer he was also an operator of a salt monopoly (Salzmonopols) located in Innsbruck.

Josua Uffenheimer’s main claim to fame was taking over a near bankrupt textile manufacturing plant that produced wool, linen, and silk goods (Woll-Leinen-Seiden). In 1764, the factory had been set up by two Swiss businessmen in the prison at Breisach, utilizing detainees to produce the goods.2 In 1768, the vorderösterreichische “Commercien-Concerns” asked Uffenheimer to undertake the rehabilitation of the business and turn it into a more productive enterprise. This he did with a flourish, bringing in textile manufacturing experts to train and supervise the workers, as well as new machinery to increase productivity. His main distributors were Jewish merchants of the area. He sold his goods to markets as far away as Bohemia and Northern Italy.

In 1773, Uffenheimer also accepted the offer by Abbey Karl Vogler to establish a cotton spinning and weaving mill on the premises of the Cloisters of Schuttern. While it was rather unusual to extend such an invitation to a Jew, it nevertheless served the economic interests of the Church, which benefited from the taxes that would be levied on the production.

The Breisacher operation busied some three to four hundred workers, while the Schuttern branch maintained forty spinning wheels, twelve weaving stations, five factory hands, one dye worker, one outfitter, and one accountant. Uffenheimer’s two textile enterprises were so successful that he is recognized as one of the key eighteenth century figures in Jacob Toury’s Jüdische Textilunternehmer in Baden-Württemberg, 1683-1938 [9].

Incidentally, Gideon married Zierle Uffenheimer, a daughter of Josua, making this couple direct ancestors of Werner L. Frank and David Blum (for example, see the direct descendant

2 The prison is variously called Zuchthaus (jail), Waisenhaus (orphanage) and Arbeitshaus (workhouse). 2

chart for Werner Frank in Figure 4). The identification of the descendants of Gideon Uffenheimer is due to the research of David Blum.

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The fate of Jakob Uffenheimer remains an enigma in the unfolding of the Uffenheimer story. Recently, a new discovery of genealogical data suggests a resolution regarding his apparent disappearance from the roles of history. In the second edition of the monumental work, Genealogical Tables of Jewish Families, 14th – 20th Centuries [3] there appeared the following entry in Table IX, page M for the Oppenheimer family:

Eleanora (Lea) Oppenheimer married Jakob Uffenheimer (d. 1788)

Three children: Götz, Josef, Abraham with location Innsbruck

Eleanora is a descendant of the well known Oppenheimer banking family. She is a paternal grand daughter of Isaak Nathan Oppenheimer (1679-1739) of Vienna and a maternal grand daughter of Hoffaktor Emanuel Oppenheimer (1657-1721), son of the famous banker, Samuel Oppenheimer (1630-1703).

Is this Jakob Uffenheimer possibly the same Jakob Uffenheimer that I had identified through the research of David Blum? If so, I would extend my pedigree to the Oppenheimer family dating to Worms in the fifteenth century. Further, through marriages of these Oppenheimers, my ancestry would also be enhanced through connections to the well known families Ballin, Bacharach, Brilin, Friedberg, Gumpertz and Weisenau (see Figure 5 for seven generations of Eleanora’s ancestors).

Suddenly, my genealogical research stakes became very high.

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In order to pursue this line of investigation I next became interested in learning more about the Jewish families of Vienna since there were a number of Uffenheimer marriages that led to that location. In particular, the following data was revealed by studying genealogical data obtained from the archives at the Jewish Museum in Hohenems, correspondence with Gary Palgon,3 and two relevant and comprehensive books on Vienna Jews of the seventeenth and eighteenth century, one by Taglicht4 printed in 1917 [8] and the second by Wachstein printed in 1912 [10]:

1. Gabriel Uffenheimer ended up in Vienna where he was buried in 1806. Three of his children married members of the well known Viennese Leidesdorf(er) family: Götz Gabriel Uffenheimer married Henrietta Leidesdorfer; Jonathan Gabriel Uffenheimer married Theresia Leidesdorfer; Theresia Uffenheimer married Wolfgang Leidesdorf.

2. Lazar Uffenheimer also resided in Vienna and married Marianna Leidesdorfer.

3 Gary Palgon of Atlanta, Georgia is a descendant of the Leidesdorf(er) family through his great grandmother.

4 After noting the reference to Jakob Uffenheimer in [3], I contacted Georg Simon, editor of this revised edition, who kindly pointed me to the source material upon which the Uffenheimer marriage was based. This led to the book by J. Taglicht [8]. 3

3. Kalche Katherina Uffenheimer, daughter of Maier Uffenheimer, married Lazarus von Wertheimstein, the great grandson of famous Samson Wertheimer, the latter known as Hoffaktor/banker to Royalty and honorary Rabbi of Bohemia and Moravia.5

4. Confirmation in Taglicht [8] of the citation in Fraenkel [3], with further details regarding the presence of Jakob Uffenheimer in Vienna upon his death in 1788. His three sons were identified as living in Innsbruck.

5. Details in Wachstein [10] regarding Götz Uffenheimer, son of Gabriel, who was described as an especially learned Jew.

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The following conclusions can be drawn regarding the two individuals identified as Jakob Uffenheimer:

Jakob Uffenheimer (according to Blum [2[ and Tänzer [7])

1. He was resident in Hohenems, at least until 1757 as per a taxpayer list.

2. He had son Gideon (Götz) born 1732 in Hohenems.

3. Gideon Uffenheimer migrated to Breisach where he died in 1824.

Jakob Uffenheimer (according to J. Taglicht [8])

1. He married in Vienna [8, p. 310].

2. He had sons Götz, Josef and Abraham, all located in Innsbruck in 1788 [8, p. 248].

3. He died on 6 January 1788 [8, p. 248].

4. He lived at Nadlinger Haus #4 in the Leopoldstadt at the time of death [8, p. 248].

5. A witness to his testament was Isaak Loew Oppenheimer, brother of wife Eleonora and resident of Vienna [8, p. 248].

At first glance, it seems that the two Jakobs are the same individual. They certainly lived in the same time frame. Each had a son named Götz (Gideon). Since we know that Gideon was born in Hohenems, Jakob may have married Eleonora in Vienna and then lived in Hohenems until at least 1757. Jakob may then have spent his last years in Vienna, the city to which two of his brothers had moved.

I cannot explain the reference to Innsbruck as the location for the sons of Jakob in 1788. Perhaps this is a simple misunderstanding since Jakob initially came from Innsbruck. For one thing, we know that Gideon (Götz) was living in Breisach at that time, although he could well have been doing business in Innsbruck on behalf of his Uncle Josua Uffenheimer who operated a salt monopoly there. As a worst case, it would appear that we may have a Gideon in Breisach and a Götz in Innsbruck, arguing therefore for the existence of two distinct Jakobs.

There is one further clue that could support two Jakobs. In Tänzer [7, p. 63] there is a 1744 list of twenty Schutzjuden in Hohenems which includes Jonathan, Maier and Jakob Uffenheimer. Tänzer enhances this list by a second source document which identifies three more Jews in Hohenems, one of whom is noted as “Jakob Uffenheimer, ebenfalls Sohn des Jonathan Uffenheimer.” It could be argued that “ebenfalls” in this context is meant to convey that this

5 In the book, Samuel Oppenheimer und sein Kreis by Dr. Max Grunwald [4], mention is made on page 251 that the Uffenheim family of Hohenems is related to Samson Wertheimer. The Oppenheimers and Wertheimers are closely knit families due to many intermarriages and common business activities.

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second Jakob Uffenheimer is identical to the already listed Schutzjude Jakob. On the other hand, it could also vouch for a second Jakob. I believe that only one Jakob Uffenheimer is intended here.

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Bottom line, we cannot conclusively prove that the two Jakobs are identical persons. However, there are very strong indications that they at least belong to the same family of Uffenheimers. We note that the names Jakob, Götz, Abraham and Josef are all prevalent in the Uffenheimer family. If the Jakobs are not identical, then one can conclude that they are probably first cousins since they span the same period of time. This argument could also lead to the possibility that their grandfather, the father of Jonathan, might have been called Jakob since that is the name given to Jonathan’s oldest son.

Although I believe that the two Jakobs are one and the same person, in deference to further validation, I continue to maintain them as separate individuals in my family tree structure. Hopefully, this article will solicit further comments from readers that will help to resolve this issue.

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References

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1. Burmeister, Karl Heinz- Geschichte der Juden in Stadt und Herrschaft Feldkirch, Schriftenreihe der Rheticus-Gesellschaft 31, Feldkirch, 1993.

2. Blum, Hans David- Juden in Breisach, Hartung-Forre Verlag, Konstanz, 1998.

3. Fraenkel, Louis and Henry- Genealogical Tables of Jewish Families, 14th-20th Centuries; K. G. Saur, Munich, 1999.

4. Grunwald, Max- Samuel Oppenheimer und sein Kreis, Wilhelm Braumüller, Wien, 1913.

5. Historischer Verein, Mittelbaden- Schicksal und Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinden, F.X. Stückle, Ettenheim, 1988.

6. Schnee, Heinrich- Die Hoffinanz und der moderne Staat, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, 1953, 1967.

7. Tänzer, Aron- Die Geschichte der Juden in Hohenems, F.W. Elmenreich’s Verlag, Meran, 1905 and new printing by H. Lingenhöle & C0., Brezenz, 1982.

8. Taglicht, J. – Nachlässe der Wiener Juden im 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts, William Braumüller, Wien, 1917.

9. Toury, Jacob- Jüdische Textilunternehmer in Baden-Württenberg, 1683-1938, J.C.B. Hohr, Tübingen, 1984.

10. Wachstein, Bernhard- Die Inschriften des Alten Judenfriedhofes in Wien, Vol I and II, Wilhelm Braumüller, Vienna, 1912.

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Figure 1

Appointment of Hoffaktor Maier Uffenheimer as Agent

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Figure 2

Seal of Maier Uffenheimer, 26 September 1749 8

Figure 3: Descendants of Jonathan Uffenheimer1 Jonathan UFFENHEIMER b: From Innsbruck d: Aft. 1759 ...2 Jakob UFFENHEIMER b: Bef. 1718 From Innsbruck ........3 [1] Gideon (Goetz) Jakob UFFENHEIMER b: Abt. 1738 Hohenems d: 21 Jan 1824 Breisach ............+[3] Zierle UFFENHEIMER b: 1746 Breisach d: Bet. 1788 - 1802 Breisach ........*2nd Wife of [1] Gideon (Goetz) Jakob UFFENHEIMER: ............+Esther bas JEHUDAH b: 1762 Lengnau d: 1812 Burial: Breisach...2 Maier Jonathan UFFENHEIMER b: 1719 Innsbruck d: 20 Oct 1789 Hohenems .......+Judith (widow) BURGAUER b: 1720 Hohenems d: 6 Aug 1786 Hohenems ........3 Abraham UFFENHEIMER b: 1741 Hohenems d: 1814 Venice, Italy ............+Sarah BRETTAUER b: 1780 Hohenems d: Venice, Italy m: 1795 Moved to Venice 1814 ........3 Bertha {Brendel} UFFENHEIMER b: 1744 Hohenems d: 1802 Hohenems ....................3 Doelzele (Judith) UFFENHEIMER b: 1751 Hohenems d: 1820 ............+Nathan Elias BRENTANO b: 1757 d: 1811 ........3 Rebecka UFFENHEIMER d: Frankfurt/a M ............+Loeb Nathan WETZLER m: Frankfort a M ........3 Kalche Katherina (Kela) UFFENHEIMER b: 1761 d: 14 Jun 1823 ............+Lazarus VON WERTHEIMSTEIN b: 1740 d: 28 Jul 1818 ........3 Joseph UFFENHEIMER ............+Zihr BRETTAUER b: 1770 ...2 [2] Gabriel UFFENHEIMER b: Hohenems d: 28 Jul 1806 Vienna .......+Eva XXX b: 1756 Frankfurt a. M. d: 5 Mar 1814 ........3 Rachel UFFENHEIMER d: Innsbruck ............+Moses WEIL b: Abt. 1730 Hohenems d: Abt. 1788 ........3 ............+Henrietta (Hindel) LEIDESDORFER b: 1748 d: 27 Mar 1823 Vienna Burial: Vienna, Wahringer, #455, grp 4-16........3 Michael UFFENHEIMER ............+Merlche DUX ........3 Abraham UFFENHEIMER ...*2nd Wife of [2] Gabriel UFFENHEIMER: .......+Wife#2 XNN ........3 Jonathan Gabriel UFFENHEIMER b: 1778 d: 1855 ............+Theresia LEIDESDORFER b: 1784 d: 28 Apr 1862 ........3 Samuel UFFENHEIMER ............+Regina NATHAN b: Innsbruck ........3 Theresia UFFENHEIMER b: 1782 d: 7 May 1852 Vienna Burial: Wahringer, #124, row 1, grp 130............+Wolfgang LEIDESDORF b: 1782 d: 4 Nov 1854 Vienna m: 13 Feb 1805 Burial: Wahringer, #123, row 1, grp 131........3 Barbara UFFENHEIMER ........3 Heinrich UFFENHEIMER b: 1786 ........3 Elias UFFENHEIMER b: 1788 d: 28 Sep 1806 ...2 [4] Josua (Yehoshuah) UFFENHEIMER b: Hohenems d: 10 Feb 1786 Kippenheim Burial: Schmieheim, #34-3.......+Ziporah ???? d: Kippenheim Burial: Schmieheim, #47-11........3 [3] Zierle UFFENHEIMER b: 1746 Breisach d: Bet. 1788 - 1802 Breisach ............+[1] Gideon (Goetz) Jakob UFFENHEIMER b: Abt. 1738 Hohenems d: 21 Jan 1824 Breisach ........3 Maharam UFFENHEIMER d: 4 Jul 1758 Schmieheim, 38-11 ........3 Isaak UFFENHEIMER b: 1756 d: 28 Apr 1831 Nordstetten ........3 Rebekka UFFENHEIMER b: 5 Feb 1760 Kippenheim d: 1 Jan 1816 Lengnau ............+Marx Heneli GUGGENHEIM b: 24 Dec 1756 Lengnau d: 20 Oct 1829 Lengnau m: 24 Nov 1779 ........3 Abraham UFFENHEIMER d: Bef. 1809 ...*2nd Wife of [4] Josua (Yehoshuah) UFFENHEIMER: .......+Breinle XNN d: Abt. 1788 Kippenheim m: Aft. 1770 Burial: Schmieheim........3 [5] Fanny (Fradel) UFFENHEIMER b: 1773 Kippenheim d: 5 Feb 1844 Stuttgart ............+Loeb AUERBACH b: 1772 Nordstetten d: 1 Jun 1816 Stuttgart m: 3 Aug 1797 Nordstetten ........*2nd Husband of [5] Fanny (Fradel) UFFENHEIMER: ............+Jakob LAZARUS b: Jul 1797 Esslingen d: 26 Aug 1833 m: 18 Sep 1821 ........3 Ella UFFENHEIMER b: 1761 ........3 Suess UFFENHEIMER ........3 Emanuel UFFENHEIMER b: 1774 ............+Fragel AUERBACH ...2 Lazar UFFENHEIMER b: Hohenems .......+Marianna (Gnendl) LEIDESDORFER b: 1750 d: 2 Apr 1803 Vienna ........3 Abraham UFFENHEIMER ............+Mina (Wilhelmine) KOHN ........3 Gottfried (Eljakim) UFFENHEIMER b: Holland d: 19 Mar 1839 Eisenstadt, Austria ........3 Jonathan L. UFFENHEIMER ........3 Barbara UFFENHEIMER ........3 Theresia UFFENHEIMER 9

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Direct Descendants of Jonathan UffenheimerJonathan UFFENHEIMERb: From Innsbruckd: Aft. 1759Jakob UFFENHEIMERb: Bef. 1718 From InnsbruckJosua (Yehoshuah) UFFENHEIMERb: Hohenemsd: 10 Feb 1786 KippenheimZiporah ????d: Kippenheim[1] Gideon (Goetz) JakobUFFENHEIMERb: Abt. 1738 Hohenemsd: 21 Jan 1824 Breisach[2] Zierle UFFENHEIMERb: 1746 Breisachd: Bet. 1788 - 1802 Breisach[2] Zierle UFFENHEIMERb: 1746 Breisachd: Bet. 1788 - 1802 Breisach[1] Gideon (Goetz) JakobUFFENHEIMERb: Abt. 1738 Hohenemsd: 21 Jan 1824 Breisach[3] Abraham UFFENHEIMERb: 1777 Breisachd: 29 Sep 1849 Breisach[4] Fratel AUERBACHb: 1783 Nordstettend: 26 Apr 1823 Breisachm: 1803[3] Abraham UFFENHEIMERb: 1777 Breisachd: 29 Sep 1849 Breisach[4] Fratel AUERBACHb: 1783 Nordstettend: 26 Apr 1823 Breisachm: 1803[5] Ziporah (Zipperle) UFFENHEIMERb: 1810 Breisachd: 1888 Breisach[6] Hirsch Lukas BLUMb: 11 Feb 1795 Breisachd: 21 Apr 1875 Breisachm: 3 Dec 1834 Breisach[5] Ziporah (Zipperle) UFFENHEIMERb: 1810 Breisachd: 1888 Breisach[6] Hirsch Lukas BLUMb: 11 Feb 1795 Breisachd: 21 Apr 1875 Breisachm: 3 Dec 1834 Breisach[7] Babette (Beile) BLUMb: 29 Sep 1835 Breisachd: 12 Jan 1894 Bretten, #144[8] Joseph Moshe WEINGARTNERb: 25 Jan 1826 Brettend: 9 Aug 1899 Bretten, #145[7] Babette (Beile) BLUMb: 29 Sep 1835 Breisachd: 12 Jan 1894 Bretten, #144[8] Joseph Moshe WEINGARTNERb: 25 Jan 1826 Brettend: 9 Aug 1899 Bretten, #145[9] Lehman (Louis) WEINGARTNERb: 2 May 1868 Bretten, Germanyd: 15 Apr 1928 Bretten, #21[10] Hedwig GUTMANNb: 21 May 1876 Ernsbachd: 4 Aug 1923 Bretten, #21, ( 22 Av)m: 28 Sep 1899 Bretten, Germany[9] Lehman (Louis) WEINGARTNERb: 2 May 1868 Bretten, Germanyd: 15 Apr 1928 Bretten, #21[10] Hedwig GUTMANNb: 21 May 1876 Ernsbachd: 4 Aug 1923 Bretten, #21, ( 22 Av)m: 28 Sep 1899 Bretten, Germany[11] Bertha WEINGARTNERb: 3 Apr 1903 Bretten, Germany[12] Arthur FRANKb: 19 Jan 1895 Eppingen, Germanyd: 8 Feb 1981 Chicagom: 22 Feb 1928 Karlsruhe[11] Bertha WEINGARTNERb: 3 Apr 1903 Bretten, Germany[12] Arthur FRANKb: 19 Jan 1895 Eppingen, Germanyd: 8 Feb 1981 Chicagom: 22 Feb 1928 Karlsruhe[13] Werner Louis FRANKb: 4 Jun 1929 Heilbronn, Germany[13] Werner Louis FRANKb: 4 Jun 1929 Heilbronn, Germany

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Figure 5: Ancestors of Leonora OppenheimerEleonora (Lea) OPPENHEIMERNathan Isaak OPPENHEIMEREdel (Helena) OPPENHEIMER- 1767Isaak Nathan OPPENHEIMER1679 - 1739Edel OPPENHEIMEREmanuel (Mendel) OPPENHEIMER1657 - 1721Judith GUMPERTZ1671 - 1738Nathan OPPENHEIMER- 1678Veronika (Frommet) BRILIN1658/59 - 1718Samuel OPPENHEIMER1630 - 1703First WIFE- 1672/73Moses Salomon Emmerich GUMPERTZJechiel OPPENHEIMER- 1680R. Isak (Bruell) BRILIN1625 - 1677/78Sara (Sorle) OPPENHEIMER1628 - 1672/73[1] Simon Wolf OPPENHEIMER1600 - 1664[6] Edel BACHARACH1605 - 1668Josef Elia Cleve (Elias GUMPERTZ)- 1689Mirjam Sarche BENDIT- 1691[3] Moses OPPENHEIMER1532 - 1625/26[4] Hinden FRIEDBERG1550 - 1624Elieser Meschullam Sussman BRILIN1600 - 1670[1] Simon Wolf OPPENHEIMER1600 - 1664[6] Edel BACHARACH1605 - 1668[2] Josef Juda Loeb OPPENHEIMER1570 - 1655[5] Fromet BALLIN- 1648/49[7] Samuel BACHARACH[8] Hindel BRUSELMarcus (Mordechai) Emmerich GUMPERTZ- 1664Simelie LEVI- 1665Baruch Benedict of JUELICHJuda Loeb OPPENHEIMER1510 - 1572Edel WEISENAUGumpricht Salomon FRIEDBERGISAAK?1570 -[2] Josef Juda Loeb OPPENHEIMER1570 - 1655[5] Fromet BALLIN- 1648/49[7] Samuel BACHARACH[8] Hindel BRUSEL[3] Moses OPPENHEIMER1532 - 1625/26[4] Hinden FRIEDBERG1550 - 1624Samuel Abraham BALLIN1565 - 1622Gutrad WORMS1570 -Salomo GUMPERTJachet ISACHARMoses LEVI 11

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Jonathan Jontef Uffenheimer's Timeline

1680
1680
Uffenheim, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
1718
1718
Age 38
Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria
1719
1719
Age 39
Innsbruck, Tirol, Österreich
1727
1727
Age 47
Hohenems, Vorarlberg, Austria
1730
1730
Age 50
Hohenems, Vorarlberg, Austria
1740
1740
Age 60
Hohenems, Vorarlberg, Austria
1745
1745
Age 65
1758
1758
Age 78
Hohenems, Vorarlberg, Austria