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  • Abraham Weinberg (1885 - 1942)
    Kind: Abraham Weinberg Geslacht: Man Geboorteplaats: Groningen Geboortedatum: zondag 1 maart 1885 Vader: Lazarus Weinberg Leeftijd: 28 Beroep: borstelmaker Moeder: Rebecca de Hes Gebeurtenis: Geboorte ...
  • Albert Weinberg (1859 - 1942)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Weinberg, Albert geboren am 26. September 1859 in Dortmund / - / Westfalen wohnhaft in Dortmund Deportation: ab Dortmund 29. Juli 1942, Theresienstadt, ...
  • Annij Weinberg (1929 - 1929)
    Overledene: Annij Weinberg Geslacht: Vrouw Geboorteplaats: Groningen Leeftijd: 14 dagen Vader: Maurits Weinberg Beroep: reiziger Moeder: Rozetta de Hes Gebeurtenis: Overlijden Datum: zondag 10 februari...
  • Anny Weinberg (1926 - 1927)
    Overledene: Anny Weinberg Geslacht: Vrouw Geboorteplaats: Groningen Leeftijd: 8 maanden Vader: Maurits Weinberg Beroep: Koopman Moeder: Rozetta de Hes Gebeurtenis: Overlijden Datum: woensdag 2 maart 19...
  • The Admor Rabbi Avraham Weinberg, "Yesod HaAvodah", of Slonim (1804 - 1883)
    Slonimer Rebbes Hassidic Dynasty Slonim is a Hasidic dynasty originating in the town of Slonim, which is now in Belarus. Today, there are two Slonimer Rebbes, both in Israel. One in Jerusalem and t...

About the Weinberg surname

The Weinberg name appears among Jews of East Europe in various locations. It is from the German word for vineyard. In the 18th and 19th century, government clerks began assigning family names to Jews ( and others), often based on occupation, location, or prestige. The Weinberg family of Dolyna, Ukraine( Dolina, Galicia) were prominent since the beginnings of Jewish settlement in Dolyna in the 17th century, and gained the name Weinberg.