Marianne Gereb

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Marianne Gereb (Kanitz)

Birthplace: Vienna, Austria
Death: Died in Deported Aug. 19, 1942 to Riga, Latvia, per WEW
Cause of death: Holocaust
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Emil Kanitz and Rosa Kanitz
Wife of Husband Gereb
Ex-wife of Wilhelm Kurth (Kohn)
Sister of Paul Kanitz, Dr. jur.; Lisbeth "Lili" Kanitz and Kurt Kanitz

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About Marianne Gereb

Born Vienna, per

  • 1892 [March 25] Num. 688 Wien Kanitz Marianne Emil/Thalberg Rosa

Married, per

  • 1909 Num. 264a, Volume: Stadttempel
  • Kanitz Marianne
  • Kurth Wilhelm

Ehepakte -- marriage contract -- signed before marriage by her father and by Wilhelm. Marianne's family may have put funds into the business of Wilhelm. She and Wilhelm were divorced ca. 1917. Marianne acquired the additional name Sara on July 22, 1939 (this was consistent with Nazi practice re Jewish women at the time; men were called Israel). See''

Wer Einmal War states that Marianne was married (2nd) to Gereb, no first name or other info appears (WEW, p. 1324). Marianne Gereb appears in the list of Austrians having bank accounts at the time of the Holocaust (

  • Gereb, Marianne b. 25.03.1892

DOW (Austrian Shoah database; thanks to Rina Talmore):

  • Gereb Marianne
  • Date of Birth 25 Mar 1892
  • Residence Wien 9, Berggasse 8
  • Deportation Wien to Riga
  • Date of Deportation 11 Jan 1942
  • Not survived

Wilhelm Kurth had been born in 1874, died Feb. 14, 1938 in Paris, France. He is buried in Zentralfriedhof, Wien with his parents and 4-year-old son by second wife Hermine (Mimi) Rosenzweig. Neue Freie Presse death notice appeared Feb. 19, 1938.

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Marianne Gereb's Timeline

March 25, 1892
Vienna, Austria
August 19, 1942
Age 50
Deported Aug. 19, 1942 to Riga, Latvia, per WEW