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Jewish Families from Brtnice (Pirnitz), Moravia, Czech Republic

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  • Ignaz Jacob Ulmann (1818 - 1894)
    Basic marriage data from IKG-Eisenstadt archives courtesy of Lfdnr 14170 Gemeinde Eisenstadt Code 2 Datum 1852.05.31 ________________________________________ Familienname Ulmann Vornam...
  • Jakob Kalman Furcht (1809 - aft.1878)
    Familianten records of Brtnice: Jakob Furcht, b. May 1809, m. 26 Feb 1833 to Karolina [Kohn-Zerkowitz], b. March 1808 -- children: Simon, b. 15 Dec 1833; Katy, b. 27 Mar 1835; Hanny, b. 9 Apr 1837; Fan...
  • Marena Propper (c.1910 - d.)
    Witnes page: Marena Propper nee Raimann was born in Brtnice, Czechoslovakia in 1910 to Rudolf and Ida. She was married Leo. Prior to WWII she lived in Laun, Czechoslovakia. During the war she was in Th...
  • Marie Kellner (1875 - 1942)
    Death record: Born 11. 02. 1875 last residence before deportation: Klobuky Transport Z, č. 426 (26.02.1942 Kladno -> Terezín) Murdered 13. 11. 1942 Terezín Witness page: Marie Kellner nee Raimann was...
  • Ida Raimann (1888 - aft.1942)
    Born 07. 10. 1888 Last residence before deportation: Brtnice Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Zbraslav Transport Bg, no. 375 (12. 09. 1942, Prague -> Terezín) Transport Bu...

This project seeks to list representatives of all of the Jewish families from the Moravian town of Brtnice (Pirnitz) in the Czech Republic.

Earliest known Jewish community was in the 15th century. There were 33 Jews. Effecting the Jewish community: separation of Jewish quarter, 1727. Cemetery originated second half of 16th century. Last known Conservative Jewish burial was 1860.