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Jewish families from Německý Brod/Havlíčkův Brod (Deutsch Brod), Bohemia, Czech Republic

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  • Hana Turnovska (1922 - c.1942)
    The link above is a 35 page report written by 4 senior school students in Czech. The pages directly relating to Hana and her life are translated and can be read in the sources. Hana was on the tran...
  • Lev Turnovsky (1918 - 1972)
    Lev grew up on the estates leased by his father and fore-fathers in the area known today as Havlickuv Brod. According to documents relating to the family history, the estates encompassed Termeshof (now...
  • Max Turnowsky (1890 - aft.1943)
    Census record, Termesivy 1890: This is a record of the registration of Max Turnovsky's birth in Julienhof, now in Termesivy. His parents and paternal grandparents are also named. "Termeshof" appe...
  • Jacob Lazar Turnowsky (1832 - 1883)
    1863: Jakob Lazar offers sheep and oxen for sale. Julienhof near Deutschbrod is the place of sale. This article appeared in the Iglauer (Jihlava) Sonntags Blatt in 1863. Jacob Lazar must have resided i...
  • Viktor Turnowsky (1861 - 1911)
    Census record,Termesivy, 1880: Victor was studying in Prague in 1880. From 1890 the census data from Termesivy: Victor Turnovsky was born at Julienhof in 1861. He was living at Julienhof in 1890. The...

This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the towns of Německý Brod/Havlíčkův Brod (Deutsch Brod) in Bohemia, Czech Republic. There is also a Jewish cemetery from 1890 with graves of many Galician refugees from WWI. After the expulsion of the Sudeten Germans, the town was renamed Havlíčkův Brod after Karel Havlíček Borovský. In 1930 census, 146 people registered as having Jewish nationality. The Jewish cemetery was founded in 1888. A stone plaque in the entry way lists all the founders names and their occupations. When I visited in 2016 the cemetery was in verg good shape and well kept.