Shrage Fiesh "Baron" (Philip) Pfilip Herzog

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Shrage Fiesh "Baron" (Philip) Pfilip Herzog

Also Known As: "Shrage Feish Herzog", "Shraga Feish Herzog", "Shragah Feish Herzog", "Baron Herzog", "Baron Philip Herzog", "Philip Herzog", "Fullipp", "Ferdinand"
Birthplace: Verbove, Czechoslovakia
Death: October 19, 1918 (74)
Verbove, Czechoslovakia
Place of Burial: Vrbové, Trnavský kraj, Slovakia
Immediate Family:

Son of Moshe Shmiel Mozes Samuel Herzog and Cheyla Kati Herzog
Husband of Rozalia Roize Herzog
Father of Moshe Shmiel Herzog; Fani Sidon; Sarel (Sofie) Halle; Yochonon Herzog; Johana Chana Mohr and 5 others
Brother of Simon Herzog; Pepi Kulka; Sigmund Herzog and Hana Korper
Half brother of Emanuel/ Menachem Mendel Herzog; Charlotti Furst (Herzog); Juli Hof; Chaim Henrik Herzog; Zelka Braun and 2 others

Occupation: Beer Brewer
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About Shrage Fiesh "Baron" (Philip) Pfilip Herzog

The Herzog family’s winemaking story begins in the early 19th century in the town of Vrbové in the Trnava Region of Slovakia, where Rabbi Menachem Herzog (c. 1750-1822) established the family’s distillery, winery and brewery, which would sustain the family for the next century and beyond.

The family prospered. According to the family lore, around 1875 Herzog was awarded the exclusive contract to provide wines and spirits to Kaiser Franz Josef of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and given the title Freiherr or Baron (at the time Baron was commonly used in social and commercial settings even in writing).

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Shrage Fiesh "Baron" (Philip) Pfilip Herzog's Timeline

September 19, 1844
Verbove, Czechoslovakia
April 27, 1870
Vrbové, Piešťany District, Trnava Region, Slovakia
April 14, 1871
Vrbové, Piešťany District, Trnava Region, Slovakia
May 14, 1872
Vrbovec, Czech Republic
December 31, 1873
Verbau, Czechoslovakia
August 14, 1875
Vrbové, Piešťany District, Trnava Region, Slovakia
January 16, 1877
Vrbové, Piešťany District, Trnava Region, Slovakia
September 11, 1878
October 30, 1879
Vrbové, Piešťany District, Trnava Region, Slovakia
December 7, 1880
Vrbové, Piešťany District, Trnava Region, Slovakia