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Jewish families from Radouň (Radoun), Bohemia, Czech Republic

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  • Josef Altmann (1886 - 1943)
    Marriage record: PRAHA 2716 O 1920 (i) (20/60) Death record: Born 24. 07. 1886 Transport XIX/4, no. 213 (16. 12. 1942, Ústí nad Labem -> Terezín) Murdered 10. 08. 1943 Terezín Copyright: ...
  • Rosina / Rosa Pick (1866 - d.)
    Birth: RADOUŇ (o. Litoměřice) 1754 N 1839-1923 (i) image 84 -
  • Josef Weiss (deceased)
  • Amalia (Mali) Oestreicher (1834 - 1909)
    Birth record: RADOUŇ (o. Litoměřice) 1765 NOZ 1824-1839 (i) image 482nd birth record: RADOUŇ (o. Litoměřice) 1766 1828-1850 O 1840-1858 Z 1840-1858 image 15Amalie's obituary also mentions - grandchild ...
    Rosalie Weiss (1869 - aft.1942)
    Death: Born 26. 04. 1869* Last residence before deportation: Prague XIX* Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Prague XIX, Bubenecská 10* Transport AAn, no. 193 (06. 07. 1942, Prague -> Te...

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


The beginning of the Jewish settlement in Radouň dates back to the 18th century. In the 19th century, it was built in the village synagogue , which stood in a street leading from the square to Čakovice . The building was demolished in the 80s of the 20th century because of the emergency status and place her remains empty. On the hill northwest of the Radouň is partly preserved Jewish cemetery from 1789, which was used for the funerals of the Jews from a wide area. Contains about 200 tombstones of different style and age. The cemetery is the Romanesque ceremonial hall with a concrete dome.