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Jewish families from Úbočí (Amonsgrün), Bohemia, Czech Republic

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  • Franziska Kohn (1862 - d.)
    Birth record: ÚBOČÍ (o. Cheb) 2218 N 1840-1884 (18/25)
  • Sigmund Kohn (1860 - d.)
    Birth record: ÚBOČÍ (o. Cheb) 2218 N 1840-1884 (17/25)
  • Heinrich Kohn (1858 - d.)
    Birth record: ÚBOČÍ (o. Cheb) 2218 N 1840-1884 (16/25)Marriage record: PLZEŇ (o. Plzeň-město) 1551 O 1874-1910 (i v letech 1908-1910 pro každý rok)(110/304)
  • Joachim Schornstein (1781 - d.)
    Birth: ÚBOČÍ (o. Cheb) 2217 N 1730-1840 image 4 Remark: Anna Lauscher is Joachim's mother in this record. This does not match the other records of Joachim . The births in this book were obviously regi...
  • Veit Schornstein (1729 - 1821)
    Familiant: 98 HBF XI/III Loketský Lázně Kynžvart (P), Milíkov a Úbočí; folio: 59 image 37 Census 1793 Loketský kraj / Loketer Kreis Kreis page 39 Death record: ÚBOČÍ (o. Cheb) 2220 Z 1783-1840 image 4

This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the village of Úbočí (Amonsgrün) in Bohemia, Czech Republic.

Cemetery

he village of Úbočí (formerly known under the German name Amonsgrün) is situated half way between Cheb and Mariánské Lázně.

The Jewish cemetery was founded below the ruins of Boršengrýn Castle in the 1830s and it is the only relic of the once thriving local Jewish community. Jewish inhabitants from the village of Úbočí and the nearby Dolní Žandov are buried here. Only 71 tombstones have been preserved to this day. All of them come from the 19th century.

[http://www.zivykraj.cz/en/discover/jewish-cemetery-in-uboci]