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Jewish Families from Mikolów, Poland

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  • Mordecai Y'hoshua Weissler (c.1873 - 1929)
    Max Mordechai WEISSLER VEISLER: b. circa 1873, Zawisc - d. 2 Dec 1929, Breslau Initial basic information courtesy of: Mikołów i potomek cadyka Elimelecha z Leżajska | Szuflada Małgosi (roughly ...
  • Georg Weissenberg (1887 - 1923)
    Georg WEISSENBERG: Georg was a spirits manufacturer and merchant. An advertisement on his business is viewable courtesy of: 1912.07.10 - Fest-Schrift, Nikolai, page 39 Kindly shared by Bron...
  • Käthe Lewald (1907 - 1942)
    Käthe LEWALD, née WEISSENBERG: b. 10 April 1907, Mikolów - d. circa 1942, Lublin, HOLOCAUST Family data courtesy of: LEWALD WEISSENBERG: Stammbaum ; Biographical information courtesy of:
  • Johanna Hanne Böhm (1897 - 1942)
    Johanna Janina Hanne BÖHM-BERGER, née WEISSENBERG: b. 28 Jan 1897, Königshütte - d. 9 July 1942, Auschwitz, HOLOCAUST Johanna was a storekeeper selling a variety of goods. A mention of her business i...
  • Laura Weissenberg (deceased)
    cf. information on daughter Käthe LEWALD ...

This project seeks to collect all the Jewish families from the town of Mikolów, Poland.

Wikipedia-Mikolów

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N.B. SPECIAL APPEAL:

Hello, Would you help me, please?

As a member of Historical Sociely Mikolow, I am collecting information about Jewish community living in Mikołów, Upper Silesia, Poland (in German, Nikolai, Oberschlesien).

In 2022 my town will be celebrating its 800 anniversary and we are preparing monograph of Mikołów.

I have searched archives, papers here and got some information which I would willingly share ... but I would like to know more, not only names and dates.

Maybe you have letters written from my Mikołów, where there are some stories about life in the town, school memories etc. Someone wrote his memories, testimony?

If someone would share photos, documents we can have an exhibition in our museum.

I know Polish, English, German, French, but not Hebrew. However, I will able to find someone to translate from this language.

Regards


Bronisława Jeske-Cybulska cybulskabronislawa@gmail.com

PLUS ...

You can see on facebook the activity of our historical society https://www.facebook.com/MTH.Mikolow/publishing

where we also publish information and photos of the Jews living in our town before the war.