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  • Clementine Schönfeld (1875 - 1942)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Schönfeld, Clementine geborene Nachmann geboren am 14. Dezember 1875 in Nordenstadt / Wiesbaden / Hessen-Nassau wohnhaft in Nordenstadt...
  • Ferdinand Nachmann (1877 - 1942)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Nachmann, Ferdinand geboren am 30. September 1877 in Nordenstadt / Wiesbaden / Hessen-Nassau wohnhaft in Hadamar Deportation: ab Frankfurt...
  • Hermine Nachmann (1877 - 1941)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Nachmann, Hermine geborene Tuteur geboren am 20. Oktober 1877 in Mannheim / - / Baden wohnhaft in Stuttgart Deportation: ab Stuttgart 01. ...
  • Hermine Oppenheimer (1873 - 1942)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Oppenheimer, Hermine geborene Nachmann geboren am 17. Mai 1873 in Nordenstadt / Wiesbaden / Hessen-Nassau wohnhaft in Hofheim Deportation:...
  • (Seppa / Pruli) Jürri Nachmann (1812 - d.)
    1816. a Jüri hingeloendis koos vanematega Sausti mõisas Pruli talus nr 40: Jüri 1812-1825 personaalraamatus koos vanematega Sausti mõisas Sepa talus: 1834. a hingeloendi...

About the Nachmann surname

Nachmann family amay descend from An-Nak-Ham-Ma-Wa-Ha-ya known by americans as Huemán ( Ha-wa-ya-ma-an ) who led some of the toltecas about 565 b.c. back to the Holy Land after the exile in Babele.

He together with Spitama Zerdusht is suspected with the final redaction of the so called Byble written in the language used in Babele by sons of Ak-Eya-Sha there,while the five books of "Mosheh" (MShH) may have been written by king "Manassheh" (M-N-ShH ) during his exile in the same Babele using the same language about 100 years before.

Jews and christians call them Nekhemyah - that is Haman - Eezrah.

See Munk,Spitzer,Hackel,Horpáczky !

Balázs Déri