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Jewish Families from Budětice (Budietitz), Bohemia, Czech Republic

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  • David Theimer (1830 - 1908)
    Birth record: BUDĚTICE (Budietitz, o. Klatovy) 47 N (births) 1809 - 1859 ; O (marriages) 1839-1854; Z (deaths) 1815-1866 page 6
  • Samuel Theimer (1799 - 1838)
    Death record: BUDĚTICE (Budietitz, o. Klatovy) 47 N (births) 1809 - 1859 ; O (marriages) 1839-1854; Z (deaths) 1815-1866 page 28 Familiant: 124 HBF XIII/VII Prácheňský Žichovice; folio:1 page...
  • Isaak Theimer (b. - 1792)
    Familiant: 124 HBF XIII/VII Prácheňský Žichovice; folio:3 page 3
  • Karolina Zentner (1851 - d.)
    Birth record: BUDĚTICE (Budietitz, o. Klatovy) 47 N (births) 1809 - 1859 ; O (marriages) 1839-1854; Z (deaths) 1815-1866 (14/34)
  • Katharina Seidl (deceased)

This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the village of Budětice (Budietitz) in Klatovy District in Bohemia, Czech Republic.

This includes the data on the Jews from the village of Rabi (Raby): Earliest known Jewish community was before 1497. 1930 Jewish population was 0; last Jewish family left Rabi in 1899. Jews moved to big towns in second half of 19th century. The Jewish cemetery originated in allegedly 15th century but recorded in 1724 with last known Jewish burial 1901. Landmarked: 645/3263/Category II. The isolated suburban hillside has no sign or marker. Reached by turning directly off a public road, access is open to all via a broken masonry wall and non-locking gate.

[http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/czech-republic/rabi.html]