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

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  • Max Tschiassny (1854 - 1913)
    Max TSCHIASSNY TSCHIASSNI etc: b. 16 Sept 1854, Prerau - d. 2 June 1913, Wien Basic death data from IKG-Wien archives courtesy of www.genteam.at Nr. 519440 Familienname Tschiassny Vorname Max Code ...
  • Israel Tschiassny (c.1809 - 1874)
    Israel TSCHIASSNY: b. circa 1809, Prerau - d. 21 Nov 1874, Prerau Details from actual IKG-Prerau death registration, viewable courtesy of: 1874.11.21 - Israel TSCHIASSNY - IKG-Prerau DR: Israel...
  • Bertha Berta Müller (1877 - d.)
    Bertha Berta MÜLLER: b. 20 Feb 1877, Prerau - d. ? Details from actual IKG-Prerau birth registration, viewable courtesy of: 1877.02.20 - Bertha MÜLLER - IKG-Prerau BR: House # 291 Father: Dav...
  • Otto Müller (1879 - d.)
    Otto MÜLLER: b. 24 Feb 1879, Prerau - d. ? Details from actual IKG-Prerau birth registration, viewable courtesy of: 1879.02.24 - Otto MÜLLER - IKG-Prerau BR: House # 291 Father: David MÜLLER,...
  • David Müller (deceased)
    cf. actual IKG-Prerau birth registrations of children and IKG-Wien death registration of wife ...

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.