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Pauline Paula Bauer (Löwy Lonna)

Birthdate: (74)
Birthplace: Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Death: August 1947 (74)
Königinhof, Dvůr Králové nad Labem, Trutnov District, Hradec Králové Region, Czech Republic
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Moritz Löwy and Bertha Löwy/Lonna
Wife of Anton Bauer
Mother of Marianne Schweder; Ferdinand Bauer; Christian Bauer and Susanne Bauer
Sister of Marianne Landsberger von Freideck; Franz Richard Lonna (Löwy); Friederike Ricci Ullmann; Margarete Grete Billiter and Martha Hedwig Gerngross

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About Pauline Paula Bauer

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PAULA BAUER [née LÖWY LONNA] was born on 13 September 1872, in Wien, to Moritz LÖWY and Bertha LÖWY LONNA [née GERSTL].

Basic birth data from IKG-Wien archives courtesy of

247439 1872 3956 1 Wien Löwy / Lonna Pauline Moriz/Gerstel Bertha

Further details on actual IKG-Wien birth registration to be found under:

Marriage to Anton BAUER on 21st. March 1898, aged 25, in Wien Stadttempel.

Basic marriage data from IKG-Wien archives courtesy of

Lfdnr 23443 Jahr 1898 Reihenzahl 138 Code 2 Band Stadttempel Familienname Bauer Vorname Anton Eltern Familienname des Partners Lonna (Löwy) Vorname des Partners Pauline

More biographical information on actual IKG-Wien marriage registration to be found under:

Anton & Paula BAUER had 3 children: Maria "Mari", Ferdinand "Ferri", & Christian but kindly adopted their niece Suse on her mother's death in 1902, brought her up and considered her as their own child.

cf. Extracts taken from Maria MRASEK's (née SCHWEDER) mini-memoir completed January 2000 (in family archives), entitled "Eine kleine Geschichte meines Lebens" (German original translated into English by pip). " ... My granny, Paula Bauer, came from Vienna. She was born into a family of six children: 5 girls and one son. They were all rather poor and so the eldest daughter, Marianne, was married off to a rich, elderly factory-owner called Landesberger. He had a textile-factory (for weaving) in Friedeck in north Moravia (formerly in Czechoslovakia, belonging to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, now Moravian-Silesian “Frydek”, Czech. Republic). She then took care of her little sisters and got my grandmother together with Anton Bauer, himself owner of a factory. The marriage was nonetheless a happy one. ... There were three children in this family: Maria (Mari), Ferry and Christian. In addition they took on Suse, whose mother Ulrike (Riki) had died just a year after her daughter’s birth. Suse stayed with the family until her eighteenth birthday … (or longer, I’m not too sure). ... My mother was born in 1899, Suse in 1901 – the same year as Ferry. They lived in Königinhof on the river Elbe. (formerly in Czechoslovakia, part of greater Austria-Hungary, now “Dvur Kralove nad Labem”, Czech. Republic) It was a lovely, square-built, two-storeyed house, dating from circa 1860, with an enormous garden and a big coach-house for the coaches. I can’t remember anymore where the horses were stabled - perhaps they were quartered on neighbouring farmland. There was also a tennis court and, at the time I knew it, a vegetable plot with maize, peas, strawberries and flowers. ... (circa July 1945) ... And then one day Uncle Ferry appeared with our granny. They had both been held in the concentration camp at Theresienstadt (formerly in Czechoslovakia, now” Terezin”, Czech Republic), had organised a bus to take them home with a few other people from their area and were making a short stop in Prague. So at least we now knew that they were still alive because we had not had any news of them at all from that camp. ... Grandma Bauer sadly died as a result of a stroke in August 1947 but I was at least able to visit her one last time with my little Andi in the summer of 1947. Although she was paralysed down one side she could understand absolutely everything. It was then that she gave me the greatest treasure that I could have desired in those days – a pram for Andi. In Vienna it was impossible to lay your hands on such a prize. I also received a two-kilo bag of milk-powder, which, alas, I had to send back when I arrived at the border because the Czechs wouldn’t allow this item out of the country...".

(pip - July 2013)

Notes: • N.B. name of "Pauline" given on marriage records of IKG-Wien Archives in 1898 (Name). • cf. Birth dates provided on civil marriage record of 21st. March 1898 (Birth). • cf. date traced in IKG-Wien Archives courtesy of ... supplemented with more detailed info from civil marriage record also found courtesy of (Marriage). • religion at time of marriage given as Jewish (Marriage).

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Pauline Paula Bauer's Timeline

September 13, 1872
Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Age 26
Dvůr Králové nad Labem, Trutnov District, Hradec Králové Region, Czech Republic
Age 27
Dvůr Králové nad Labem, Trutnov District, Hradec Králové Region, Czech Republic
Age 28
Dvůr Králové nad Labem, Trutnov District, Hradec Králové Region, Czech Republic
August 1947
Age 74
Dvůr Králové nad Labem, Trutnov District, Hradec Králové Region, Czech Republic