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Jewish Families connected to Wilkischen or Vlky'š in Plzen region of Czech Republic

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  • Eduard Loebner (1851 - d.)
  • Sigmund Loebner (1850 - d.)
  • Ludwig (Louis) Loebner (1852 - 1917)
    Listed on the cemetery records of New Mount Sinai Cemetery of St. Louis as dying on January 25, 1917 at age 62. Buried in grave 1450. Birthplace St. Louis Missouri, variance from that listed in this pr...
  • Emil Bergler (1880 - d.)
    Marriage record: PRAHA 2707 O 1911 (i) (25/58)
  • Rabbi Avraham Karo (c.1780 - 1858)
    Published Ayal HaMiluim , by his grandfather, R' Aryey Leib Caro, A.B.D. Lesla

Wilkischen or Wilkischon in the Plzen region of Czech Republic is also known as Dolni Vlkys unter Wilkischen or Viky'ñ depending on the time period and governance of interest.

It was a small village, with a limited number of Jewish residents. Nearby towns included Tüschkov, Malesice and Stankov.

Members of the Freund and Loebner families were born and resided there in the mid 1800's.

It is very close to the city of Pilsen, in Bohemia. The Loebners were there from the 1700's. The Freund's who intermarried with them were from the neighboring villages of Malesice and Krimice.

Link to a brief history of the Jews of this Town: https://www.xn--jdische-gemeinden-22b.de/index.php/gemeinden/m-o/13...