Margarethe Grete Schüller

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Margarethe Grete Schüller (Stiassni)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Brno
Death: February 27, 1972 (85)
Heidelberg, Melbourne, Australia
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Josef Stiassni and Friederike Stiassni
Wife of Prof. Dr.med. Artur Schüller
Mother of Franz Ferdinand Schüller and Johann Jan Hans Heinrich Georg
Sister of Anna Tafler-Stiassni; Helene Karpeles-Schenker; Rudolf Robert Stiassni; Alfred Stiassni / Stiassný and Ernst Ernest Stiassni

Managed by: Wolf-Erich Eckstein
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About Margarethe Grete Schüller

Marriage record http://www.badatelna.eu/fond/1073/reprodukce/?zaznamId=170&reproId=... BRNO 131/128

Appears in list of Austrians holding bank accounts at www.avotaynu.com/holocaust list:

  • Schüller, Grete 02.07.1886 (born July 2, 1886)

"The daughter of the great industrialist Josef Stiaßni in Brno, Fraulein Grete Stiaßni, has become engaged with the nerve doctor Dr. Arthur Schüller in Vienna." --Neue Freie Presse, October 9, 1906, p. 5

The names of two of Grete's children appear on the death record of their grandmother Friederike Stiassny (Stiassná, Bedřiška), who died at Theresienstadt on April 19, 1942 (see here). Those names are Hans Schüller and Berta Schüller. In fact they were Jan and his wife Gerda.

According to American Journal of Neuroradiology, "the Schüllers arrived in Australia late in 1939. Although they were welcomed warmly by Australian colleagues, it was difficult for the Schüllers to begin a new life in a strange land with a different culture. They settled in Melbourne and found a home in a suburb named, in an ironic twist, Heidelberg. Apparently, their financial means were limited, since Margarete Schüller “went into people’s homes as a domestic, mainly ironing and cooking, almost from the time of their arrival in Australia up until a year or two before her death” in 1972. See at AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 1997 Aug;18(7):1297-302.

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Margarethe Grete Schüller's Timeline

1886
July 2, 1886
Brno
1908
July 30, 1908
Vienna
1909
September 26, 1909
Wien, Wien, Wien, Austria
1972
February 27, 1972
Age 85
Melbourne, Australia