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Jewish Families from Přerov (Prerau), Moravia, Czech Republic

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  • Paula Ferda (1881 - c.1942)
    Born 14. 09. 1881 Last residence before deportation: České Budějovice Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: České Budějovice Transport Akb, no. 270 (18. 04. 1942, České Budějovic...
  • Regina Goldberger (1865 - 1944)
    Born 27. 04. 1865 Last residence before deportation: Vídeň 2, Novaragasse 32/48 Transport IV/2, no. 528 (Vienna -> Terezín) Murdered 22. 06. 1944 Terezín
  • Betti Grossfeld (1857 - 1942)
    Detailansicht: Einträge aus jüdischen Matriken Lfdnr 38780 Jahr 1904 Reihenzahl 17 Code 2 Band Leopoldsgasse Familienname Gartner Vorname(n) Betti Eltern Familienname des Partners Grossfeld Vorname de...
  • Antonie Therese Mautner (1855 - 1915)
  • Eliška Kleinová (1912 - 1999)
    Eliška Kleinová, born Elisabeth "Lisa" Klein (February 27, 1912, Přerov, Moravia – September 2, 1999, Prague) was a Czech Jewish pianist, music educator, and was the sister of Gideon Klein. Eliška Kl...

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

Earliest known Jewish community was 1339. 1921 Jewish population: 717 in 1900 and 267 in 1930. Jewish quarter was destroyed in 1642 with pogroms 1774 and 1850. Self-standing political community was 1880-1919. Rabbi Abraham Placzek, 1803-84; publicist Oskar Donath, 1882-1940; and musician Gideon Klein, 1914-45, are buried here. The unlandmarked cemetery originated in 18th century with last known Conservative Jewish burial about 1882.