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Regina Eisemann (Maier)

Birthplace: Geroldshausen, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
Death: April 12, 1943 (84)
Ghetto Theresienstadt, Terezin, Occupied Czechoslovakia (Murdered in Holocaust)
Immediate Family:

Wife of Abraham Eisemann
Mother of Klara Frank; Max Moses Eisemann; Julius Isaak Eisemann; Ida Krämer; Hugo Gabriel Eisemann and 3 others

Managed by: Thomas Föhl (c)
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About Regina Eisemann

Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs:
Eisemann, Regina
geborene Maier
geboren am 26. Januar 1859 in Geroldshausen / - / Bayern
wohnhaft in Bauerbach
ab Weimar - Halle - Leipzig
20. September 1942, Theresienstadt, Ghetto
Todesdatum: 12. April 1943
Todesort: Theresienstadt, Ghetto

  • Regina Maier was the second wife of Abraham Eisemann; see entries in FindAGrave
  • Regina Eisemann became a widow in 1924, when her husband Abraham died. She did not remarry.
  • Regina Eisemann (nee Maier) attempted to leave from Germany, hoping to join a son in the United States; see document in Arolsen Archives. Her effort failed. See
  • On 10 May 1942, a total of 12 members of Regina Eisemann's family - sons, daughters, in-laws, and grandchildren, were deported from Thüringen to Belzyce Ghetto in occupied Poland. None survived.
  • On 14 September 1942, Regina Eisemann signed a contract with the Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland (RV)(The National Association of German Jews) whereby she assigned all her remaining assets to the RV. The contract was called a "Heimeinkaufsvertrag" or "Home Purchase Contract" and was supposed to provide Regina Eisemann with room & board and medical attention and other care in the Theresienstadt Ghetto. Instead, the money paid to the RV went directly into Nazi coffers, and Regina Eisemann did not receive any of the promised care.The contract can be found in the Arolsen Archives digital database at:
  • On 19/20 September 1942, Regina Eisemann (née Maier) was deported from Bauerbach to Weimar and then to Ghetto Theresienstadt. Her daughter was on the same transport. On 12 April 1943, she died in the Ghetto. Her daughter was transported further to Auschwitz in October 1944.
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Regina Eisemann's Timeline

January 26, 1859
Geroldshausen, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
July 14, 1884
Bauerbach, Thuringia, Germany
June 21, 1886
Bauerbach, Thuringia, Germany
May 26, 1888
Bauerbach, Thuringia, Germany
April 21, 1890
Bauerbach, Thuringia, Germany
April 8, 1892
Bauerbach, Thuringia, Germany
May 30, 1894
Bauerbach, Thuringia, Germany
April 14, 1897
Bauerbach, Thuringia, Germany
September 27, 1900
Bauerbach, Thuringia, Germany
April 12, 1943
Age 84
Ghetto Theresienstadt, Terezin, Occupied Czechoslovakia