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Jewish families from Načeradec (Natscheradetz), Bohemia, Czech Republic

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  • Arnold Reinisch (1880 - 1938)
    Grave: [jowbr]J_BOHEMIA_2_RECNUM31001
  • Louise Aloisie Reinisch (1878 - 1944)
    Born 01. 08. 1878 Last residence before deportation: Prague X Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Prague X, Královská 14 Transport N, no. 763 (17. 12. 1941, Prague -> Terezín) ...
  • Markus Fischl (1841 - d.)
    Birth record: NAČERADEC 1327 N 1840-1878 (i) (5/78) Marriage record: TEPLICE 2089 O 1860-1923 (89/346)
  • Joseph Fischl (1807 - d.)
  • Marie Fischl (1811 - d.)

This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the village of Načeradec (Natscheradetz) in Benešov District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.

Jewish history

The Jewish community in Načeradec was founded in 1850, and in 1919 it was merged with the community in Vlašim. A Jewish religious school was founded in 1855 and closed down in 1890. Important teachers were: Hynek Brod, Mojžíš Neumann and Heřman Neumann. According to investigation by Rabbi Viktor Taussig, the local cemetery is more than 500 years old and local tradition says that it was founded when the Jews were expelled from Prague[2]. The synagogue was established in 1880 and sold to a local citizen in 1929. The interior has been preserved, but demolition of the synagogue is under discussion. In this region there are Jewish cemeteries in: Vlašim, Mladá Vožice, Pravonín, and Čechtice.

Rabbi Eduard Lieben was active for some years in Načeradec. He came from an old and respected Prague family and was leader of the Jewish orphanage in Prague until his death in 1933.

The ritual bath in Načeradec was closed down years ago, but the Chevra Kadisha still exists in spite of the ever decreasing number of Jews.