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Nathan HaKohen schwarz. Adler-Trommler, z. Bisemknopf

Death: Died in Frankfurt, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
Immediate Family:

Son of Uri-Feibesch HaKohen Kaz-Adler and Brendle(n) Kaz-Adler
Husband of Hanchen schwarz. Adler-Trommler; Ester schwarz. Adler-Trommler; Edel Kaz-Adler and Judle schwarz. Adler-Trommler
Father of Eliezer Leizer HaKohen Kaz-Adler, zum goldenen Herz; Mayer Adler and Abraham Adler, z. Bisemknopf
Brother of Abraham (Awram) Kaz-Adler, zur Löwengrube; Salman HaCohen Kaz-Adler, zum schwarzen Adler; Schimon Kaz-Adler, zum Wetterhahn and Meir Kaz-Adler

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About Nathan HaKohen schwarz. Adler-Trommler, z. Bisemknopf

Natan zum schwarzen Adler-Trommel, zum Bisemknopf

Natan Schwarzadler - Trommler z.Bisemknopf"

The first to bear the name Adler.

On 22nd August 1614 Vincent Fettmilch led rioters who attacked for thirteen hours the Frankfurt Ghetto the Judengasse and plundered the Synagogue, its Sifrei Torah, the Jewish Cemetery and Jewish houses. About 1,380 Jews managed to escape, including their Rabbi Yeshayah Horowitz (c.1658-1630) author of Shenei Luchos HaBris (Shelah). Some on a ship, others in safe houses in Frankfurt and other neighbouring towns. The Town Council advised them not to return. The Holy Roman Emperor Matthais (1557-1619), crowned in Frankfurt 23rd June 1612, took up the Jewish cause, punished the ringleaders and captured Fettmilch (the Frankfurt Haman) and his cohorts. They were executed on 28th February 1616 in the Rossmarkt (horse market) and their heads were displayed on iron pikes. On 10th March 1616 - 20th Adar 5376, the Jews were escorted triumphantly back into Frankfurt and the Judengasse, accompanied by Imperial soldiers and a military band. The community from now on were protected by the Emperor. Family tradition tells that at the head of the procession marched an ancestor of the Chief Rabbi, bearing a banner with the Imperial Black Eagle (Reichs-Adler). This banner led the family to assume the surname Adler. The Rabbinate instituted this day as a local Jewish festival Purim Vinz, the tune of “The March of Pavia” played by the military band was used in Shul for Adon Olam and part of the Kaddish after Leining (if it fell on a Monday or Shabbath), no Tachanun was said.

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