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Jewish families from Kůzová (Wallisgrün), Bohemia, Czech Republic

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  • Hermann Neumann (deceased)
  • Ernestine / Erna Mautner (1888 - aft.1943)
    Death record: Born 16. 06. 1888 Last residence before deportation: Prague VIII Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Prague VIII, Pakoměřická 312 Transport M, no. 245 (14. 12. ...
  • Abraham Lederer (b. - 1814)
  • Anna Resek (c.1805 - d.)
  • Moises Sattler (deceased)
    Heiratskonsens vom 20.3.1805 Walisgrün (Kuzová), No. 8997:

This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Kůzová (Wallisgrün) in Bohemia, Czech Republic.

Current Czech name: Kůzová

Other names/spellings: Wallisgrün, Wallisgruen, Wallisdorf, Heinrichsdorf

Village district (bezirk) and region: Wallisgrün, Středočeský Kraj

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Location: Latitude : 50° 02' 00" N Longitude : 13° 32' 00" E


The History of the Jews in Wallisgrün : The Jewish Congregation of Wallisgrün (Neu-Wallisdorf) exists since the founding of the village, in any case since before the year 1783. In 1812 the Temple was built, for that purpose, the Congregation received generous support from the patron, His Excellency Count Wallis from Fkolleschowitz, who donated the site, wood, etc. 121 Souls. The ceremonial bath exists since the congregation was formed.

In the year 1820 there were 49 Jewish inhabitants and about 20 in the year 1880. The last Jewish inhabitant was Theodore Honig in 1929.

(SOURCES: Translated from: "Die Juden und Judengemeinden Böhmens in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart" by Hugo Gold in 1934.)

Genealogical Resources:

Birth, Death and Marriage record books for ….. are preserved and located at ……

Jewish Cemetry: Cemetery near Kožany founded in 1783. It is about 2 km from village on "Šibeniční vrch" (Gallows Hill). near the former scaffold. Lined up along the original wall are tens of ancient gravestones. Jews from Kůzová used the site until 1940 after extinction of the Jewish community.

Wallisgrün Inhabitants (those on geni in blue, those not yet entered in black) :

Bohemia Jewish Census