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Jewish families from Teplice (Teplitz), Bohemia, Czech Republic

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  • Philippine Kleiner (1865 - aft.1942)
    In 1916 living in Teplice (SH) Born 06. 11. 1865 Last residence before deportation: Prague II Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Prague II, Ve Smečkách 31 Transport AAs, no. 544 ...
  • Minna Vilemina Löwit (1863 - 1942)
    In 1916 living in Teplice (SH) Born 01. 11. 1863 Last residence before deportation: Prague I Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Prague XIV, Bohdalecká 523 Transport AAe, no...
  • Marta Buxbaum (1890 - d.)
  • Oskar Buxbaum (1888 - bef.1939)
    Birth record: LUKA 1122 N 1839-1937 (114/144)Death record: Born 03. 03. 1891* Last residence before deportation: Prague II* Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Prague II, U půjčovny 5* T...
  • Heinz Kurt Reiner (1910 - d.)
    Matriky židovských náboženských obcí v českých krajích N 1909-1937 TEPLICE (o. Teplice) 2080 (image 13/90)

This project seeks to collect Jewish families connected to the town of Teplice (Teplitz) in Bohemia, Czech Republic.

Teplice (Czech pronunciation: [%CB%88t%C9%9Bpl%C9%AAt%CD%A1s%C9%9B]), Teplice-Šanov until 1948 (Czech pronunciation: [%CB%88t%C9%9Bpl%C9%AAt%CD%A1s%C9%9B ˈʃanof]; German: Teplitz-Schönau, archaically Töplitz) is a town in the Czech Republic, the capital of the Teplice District in the Ústí nad Labem Region. It is the state's second largest spa town (after Karlovy Vary). Teplitz was the primary seat of the Clary-und-Aldringen Austro-Hungarian princes.

Teplice is located in northwestern Bohemia near the border with the German state of Saxony. It is situated in the plain of the Bílina river, which separates the Ore Mountains (Czech: Krušné Hory) in the northwest from the Bohemian Central Mountains (Czech: České středohoří) in the southeast. The adjacent town of Sobedruhy (Soborten) had a large and historic Jewish Community up until 1938. At one time the town's population was primarily Jewish and Orthodox. The oldest recorded burial in the Jewish cemetery in from 1669. Sobedruhy was annexed after WWII to the city of Teplice as a district and is now known as Teplice-Sobedruhy. See also the project for the town here on Geni.

See for a history of the ill-fated "New Synagogue."

See for the renewal of the Jewish Community of Teplice.



See - Official website for the Jewish Community of Teplice


Digitized address books of Teplice (1897 - 1933) are available from the "Státní oblastní archiv v Litoměřicích": (type "Adressbuch Teplitz" in the search box. Language can be changed by clicking on the flag in the upper right corner)