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Gedenkbuch "orphan" profiles

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  • Alfred Dann (1882 - d.)
    May 1939 at Breslau address, the only DANN: Searched Ancestry, Arolsen, Jewishgen: nothing further found. Is he perhaps a child of Clara Dann ? Her son Julius was born in Breslau 1870. Bundesarc...
  • Rotel Rosel Silberblatt (1887 - 1942)
    Searched for information on parents: nothing found. Searched Basia, Ancestry, JRI Poland. She was resident in Koeln; the only SILBERBLATT shown in the city: Stolperstein (no biography that I can fi...
  • Karl Bukofzer (1885 - 1942)
    May 1939 at Berlin address, the only BUKOFZER: Searched Ancestry, Yad Vashem testimony, WGA: nothing found. Arolsen documents: he was a lawyer. Stolperstein, no biography: Bundesarchiv Gedenkbuc...
  • Siegfried Katzki (1893 - 1942)
    Stolperstein bio: Does not give parents Searched Ancestry, JRI Poland: nothing found. May 1939 at Berlin address, the only KATZKI: Bundesarchiv Gedenkbuch: Katzki, Siegfried born on the 10th ...
  • Erna Ritterband (1903 - 1943)
    May 1939 at Berlin address; the only jewish person at that address: Searched Ancestry, Basia, Jewishgen, Arolsen: nothing on parents found. Searched Yad Vashem testimonies, WGA: nothing found Bun...

This project is to tag profiles created in Geni from Bundesarchiv Gedenkbuch information where, after reasonably wide-ranging internet searches, one is unable to identify any family relationships. The 'About' section must explain which sources have been checked.

As additional records are released to the internet, some of these "mysteries" may be solved!
Or maybe there is something that one has "missed".

Robert Tomski
July 2023