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Jewish Families from Jebenhausen (Baden-Württemberg), Germany

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This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the towns of Jebenhausen and Göppingen (Baden-Württemberg), Germany also known as Jebenjausen, Göppingen-Jebenhausen, Jebenhausen-Göppingen, and Yebenhausen.

Jews in Jebenhausen and Göppingen, a historical overview from the City of Göppingen Archive and Museum.

JewishGen-Jebenhausen (Baden-Württemberg)

Tänzer, Aron. Die Geschichte der Juden in Jebenhausen und Göppingen. This book is the most extensive community history published to date, compiled by Rabbi Dr. Aron Tänzer . The book is written in German, with a history of the community, prominent personalities, and civic organizations, as well as a section of "Stammbaum" (family trees -- in text format) for many of the larger families in the two towns. Karl-Heinz Ruess has updated the original work with coverage through 1945.

Bamberger, Naftali bar-Giora. (1991) Memor-Buch : Die jüdischen Friedhöfe Jebenhausen und Göppingen. This book documents the Jewish cemeteries in Jebenhausen and Göppingen, with maps, lists, and photographs of gravestones.

Jebenhausen Jewish Community Records: Birth, marriage, death, and family registers in the Haupstaatsarchiv Baden-Württemberg.

Göppingen Jewish Community Records: Birth, marriage, death, and family registers in the Haupstaatsarchiv Baden-Württemberg.

Stolperstein (Stumbling Stone) Initiativ Göppingen has biographies and family histories, including some photos, of a number of Jewish residents of Göppingen -- many with roots in Jebenhausen -- who perished during the Holocaust.

Rohrbacher, Stefan. (1989) From Württemberg to America: A Nineteenth-Century German-Jewish Village on Its Way to the New World. American Jewish Archives 41:2. This 29-page article traces the migration of families from Jebenhausen-Göppingen to the United States in the 1800s.