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Jewish Families of Bratislava (Pressburg, Pozsony), Slovakia

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  • Samuel Iritzer (1847 - d.)
    Samuel IRITZER: b. 16 Jan 1847 , Pressburg - d. ? Details from actual IKG-Pressburg birth registration, viewable courtesy of: 1847.01.16 - Samuel IRITZER - IKG-Pressburg BR Parents: Rudolf ...
  • Aron Iritzer (1844 - d.)
    Aron IRITZER: b. 26 Oct 1844, Pressburg - d. ? Details from actual IKG-Pressburg birth registration, viewable courtesy of: 1844.10.26 - Aron IRITZER - IKG-Pressburg BR Parents: IRITZER Rudo...
  • Jacob Jakob Iritzer (1857 - d.)
    Jacob Jakob IRITZER: b. 20 Aug 1857, Pressbrg - d. ? Details from actual IKG-Pressburg birth registration, viewable courtesy of: 1857.08.20 - Jacob IRITZER - IKG-Pressburg BR Father: Leop...
  • Regine Regina (twin) Iritzer (1855 - d.)
    Regine IRITZER (twin): b. 16 July 1855, Pressburg - d. ? Details from actual IKG-Pressburg birth registration, viewable courtesy of: 1855.07.16 - Therese & Regine IRITZER (twins) - IKG-Pressburg BR...
  • Therese (twin) Iritzer (1855 - d.)
    Therese IRITZER (twin): b. 16 July 1855, Pressburg - d. ? Details from actual IKG-Pressburg birth registration, viewable courtesy of: 1855.07.16 - Therese & Regine IRITZER (twins) - IKG-Pressburg B...

This project seeks to collect all of the jewish families form Bratislava, Slovakia (also knows in German as Pressburg or Preßburg, and in Hungarian as Pozsony).

Bratislava is located near the Austrian border on the Danube River. Jews first settled in the city in the late 13th century. Over the years, the Jewish community was expelled from the city on several occasions, specifically in 1360 and 1526.

By the 18th century, 120 families resided in Bratislava. During this period, the Jewish population continued to thrive, especially with Jews arriving from Moravia. The city became a center of European Judaism with the arrival of Rabbi Moses Schreiber. Prior to the Holocaust, 15,000 Jews lived in Bratislava, which also had numerous magnificent Jewish synagogues and buildings, including the Grand Orthodox Synagogue built in 1863.

Today, Bratislava has about 1,000 Jews living within the city. The community is led by Rabbi Baruch Myers from Brooklyn, New York. One synagogue, built in 1923 for the Orthodox community, remains in Bratislava.

Orthodox Records from Bratislava

1736 Conscription List (see Jud. conscriptio 30. Jan 1736 page 81)

  1. Sussmann Oppenheimer
  2. Salamon Leidersdorffer
  3. Simon Mannheimer
  4. Löw Kralsheimer
  5. Kauffmann Putterheim
  6. Volff Schreiber
  7. Joachim Hamburger
  8. Wolf Gerstl
  9. Isaac Cajes
  10. Moyses Löbl
  11. Elias Moisess
  12. Joseph Dukas
  13. Jonas Lazarus
  14. Israel Herlinger
  15. Aron Schreiber
  16. Simon Prager seu Vienner
  17. Majer Michl
  18. Lazarus Michel
  19. Volff Mentczl
  20. Gabriel Mandl
  21. Salamon Michl
  22. David Mentczl
  23. David Mandl
  24. Hirsl Michl
  25. Kopl Mandl
  26. David Jacob
  27. Abraham Lazarus
  28. Jacob Volff
  29. Hirsch Abraham
  30. Kopl Lazarus
  31. Michl Simon
  32. Abraham Vulliser
  33. Raphael Bethlehem
  34. Löw Bethlehem
  35. Joachim Michl
  36. Isaac Adam
  37. Marcus Bethlehem
  38. Majer Isaac
  39. Gerstl Hirschl
  40. Henig Simon
  41. Jeremias Mentczl
  42. Isaac Herschl
  43. Leman Hercz
  44. Jacob Bethlehem
  45. Majer Adam
  46. Isaac Marcus
  47. Mandl Majer
  48. Abraham Mandl
  49. Samson Theben
  50. Kopl Gabriel
  51. Joseph Bethlehem
  52. Samuel Bethlehem
  53. Jacob David
  54. Isaac Ulmer
  55. Adam Israel
  56. Michael Spiro
  57. Marcus Simon
  58. Lazarus Mentczl
  59. Kopl Teutsch
  60. Daniel Isaac
  61. Honig Kopl
  62. Moyses Alexander
  63. Jacob Metczel
  64. Lazarus Valentin
  65. Joel Herczl
  66. Lazarus Svab
  67. Vittib Liesl
  68. Kendl Ulmerin
  69. Sandl Coblenzerin
  70. Semel Schlesingerin
  71. Soloti Vidua
  72. Semele Mentzlin
  73. Sandl Bethlehem
  74. Kitele
  75. Marcus Arensteiner
  76. Majer Abraham
  77. Samuel Löw Oppenheimer
  78. Lipmann Pumisl
  79. Daniel Hirschl
  80. Hercz Leebl
  81. Isaac Kaszovites
  82. Joseph Gloga
  83. Samson Isaac
  84. Michl Gabriel
  85. Löw Bacharach
  86. Marcus Pincus
  87. David Markbreiter
  88. Moises Lazarus
  89. Lazarus Marcus
  90. Mathias Prottovin
  91. Simon Prager
  92. Lazarus Ponde
  93. Isaac Valentin
  94. David Simon
  95. Simon Veitl
  96. Leens Sakl
  97. Moises Fait
  98. Jacob Sekl
  99. Adam Fajt
  100. Abraham Koan
  101. Jacob Aichhauxer
  102. Joachim Trebits
  103. Abraham Niklsburger
  104. Isaac Schulsinger
  105. Elias Drach
  106. Joachim Leebl
  107. Salomon Proszicz
  108. Hercz Offenbach
  109. Aron Austerlicz
  110. Salamon Plo
  111. Isaac Brüll Mannheimer
  112. Marx Schlesinger
  113. Salamon Grotte
  114. Simon Jacob
  115. Joachim Kellermeister
  116. Essias Nathan
  117. Majer Samson
  118. Abraham Wolf
  119. Beer David
  120. Tottler Majer
  121. Joseph Aron
  122. Moisses Lemberger
  123. Abraham Donavetter