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Jewish families from Körmend, Hungary

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  • Mozes Kohn (deceased)
  • Mozes Kohn (deceased)
  • Roza Rosenberger Neuda (1877 - aft.1941)
    Namentliche Erfassung der Österreichischen Holocaustopfer, Dokumentationsarchiv des Österreichischen Widerstandes, Wien (Database of Austrian victims of the Holocaust, Documentation Centre for Austrian...
  • Erzsébet Hacker (1913 - c.1944)
    Birth: Graz IKG Births 1913 Folio 190 (6) Holocaust Documentation Center and Memorial Collection Public Foundation, Budapest (birth date correct but in 1912) Card catalogue of those who perished fr...
  • David Kohn (c.1817 - 1895)

Jews have settled in Körmend since as early as the early 1300s, however the "modern" community got its start in the early 1700s, starting with about 7 families. The community grew over time, probably reaching a high of about 740 individuals as of 1869, when the community voted to become a Neolog congregation. By the late 1930s, the community had diminished to about 320 people. A few people returned after the war, but by 1960, there were no Jews left in Körmend.