Stern & Lbl Families Database

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101 A Hebrew Teacher and representative of tthe Jewish Community Council in Kassel, Germany. In 1910 he wrote a practical guide to shechita. Escaped to Quito, Ecuador and entered the USA circa 1946 where he worked as a kashrut inspector. NEUMANN, Salomon (I7962)
 
102 A jeweller NETTER, Heinrich (I18192)
 
103 A jeweller at No 6, Luisenstrasse, Baden-Baden. NETTER, Julius (I18201)
 
104 A jeweller in Vienna GOLDSCHMIDT, Salomon Johann Nepomuk (I14232)
 
105 A jeweller in Vienna GOLDSCHMIDT, Joseph (I14238)
 
106 A jeweller. NETTER, Eli (I18196)
 
107 A Jewish teacher. WOLFF, Johannes (I1629)
 
108 A Joachim Morgenstern found (by researcher Julius Muller) in the Hungarian Census of 1848, born about 1779, died in Budapest on 25th Jan 1847. He had previously lived in Neudorf, Slovakia. MORGENSTERN, Jachym Mayer became (I16335)
 
109 A keen singer and involved in the male choral society. LAHM, Sigmund (I15396)
 
110 A labourer, decorator and also fruiterer and greengrocer. GLOAK, Frederick James Henry GREEN became (I8762)
 
111 A laundry assistant. GRIGGS, Ena May (I5331)
 
112 A law student. BLUMENTHAL, Alfred (I8367)
 
113 A lawyer WIENER, Francis Edouard (I7013)
 
114 A lawyer in Braunau, N E Bohemia. In 1902 he left the Jewish community and became a member of the Protestant Church. LOEBL, Heinrich (I1911)
 
115 A linen merchant. The name WIENER was taken on 8 Dec 1808 in Hoerstgen. Hebrew name: Mordechai ben Meir ha'Levi

In the ‘Acte de Marriage’ No. 106 from 1813, written by Edmond Joseph Kelleter, “adjoint au Maire” in Aix-la-Chapelle (Aachen), one learns that Marcus Wiener, 19 years old, born in Hoerstgen, (named Marc, but signed as Marcus Wiener) and Jeannette Baruch, 22 years old, born in Fauquemont, (Jeannette has signed as Hanna Baruch) married on July 9, 1813 in Aix-la-Chapelle. The necessary pre-announcements appeared on June 27 and on July 4.

The following witnesses have signed:

Kivi Baruch, 60 years, ‘graveur’ and father of the bride, living in Aix (signed as Kivit Baruch)

Moyses Isaac Levi, 38 years, friend of the bride, living in Aix

Pappel Jean Thomas, 21 years, neighbour of the bride, living in Aix

Baruch Löb, 24 years, brother of the bride, living in Aix.

In 1817 moved from Hauptstrasse (now Dorfstrasse), Hoerstgen to Steenstraat, Venlo.

Became the communal leader in Venlo (Gemeinde vorstand).
 
WIENER, Marcus Mardoche MEIJER ha'Levi became (I136)
 
116 A male nurse. Later an area supervisor for pools promotions. GLOAK, John Thomas (I5336)
 
117 A manufacturer in Pforzheim. NETTER, Joseph (I18191)
 
118 A marriage record also exists on 28 Feb 1913 in Magdeburg. Probably the earlier date is a civil wedding and the later date is a Jewish religious marriage. PELS, Frieda (I7181)
 
119 A medical doctor who with Professor Lothar Heidenhain categorised radiotherapy of benign deseases in the 1920s. He studied medecine in Berlin and Munich and worked in Worms as a surgeon with Professor Heidenhain, gaining recognition from the city for his work. In 1940 he published a book "Radium and Roentgentherapia". He was imprisoned in Buchenwald concentration camp after Kristallnacht in Nov/Dec 1938 and immigrated to the USA in April 1938 and from there to Sao Paolo, Brazil where he became Scientific Director of a newly established Institute of Radiology. He was also a writer and poet, publishing 20 poems in 1954 in Sao Paolo. FRIED, Dr Carl Simon (I157)
 
120 A medical doctor. BAMBERGER, Theodor (I5070)
 
121 A merchant.
 
DANIELS, Carl (I911)
 
122 A merchant. SIMSON, Aaron (I804)
 
123 A merchant. KONUPKY, Jacob (I8752)
 
124 A non dated census for House No 13 Kremsier shows Wolf with the children shown. BAUMGARTEN, Wolf (Benyamin Zev) (I18450)
 
125 A non Jew who moved to Kaiserslautern about 1814. JAKOB, Sarah (I13942)
 
126 A paramedic during WW1. SIMON, Karl (I7281)
 
127 A Paris Banker of German origin. BISCHOFFSHEIM, Maurice (I7021)
 
128 A partner in a Nuerenberg firm of metal merchants Gebrueder Kahn KAHN, Max (I9582)
 
129 A partner in the department store Frank & Baer in Frankfurt together with his brothers. BAER, Julius (I16146)
 
130 A partner in the Nuremberg metal merchants Gebrueder Kahn. KAHN, Isaak (I8921)
 
131 A physicist who studied at the Technical University of Munich. LOEBL, Harald (I11502)
 
132 A police officer and software designer. Lives in Fairfield, CT, USA. BLOCH, Jeffrey Edward (I8790)
 
133 A probate Judge. He was held at Gurs Concentration Camp but survived and returned to Heidelberg area where he had lived previously, after the war. WASSERMANN, Ludwig (I9624)
 
134 A publican in Tscheitsch and later an industrialist (wine maker). SEELENFRIED, Eduard (I13016)
 
135 A pupil at the Stern Conservatory of Music 1917 to 1920 under Prof Martin Krause and Rudolf Maria Breithaupt and alongside fellow pupil Caludio Arrau. She was a child prodigy pianist (Wunderkind) playing throughout Germany, Switzerland and in Paris and eventually she became a teacher of music in Geneva. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisy_Fischer

Hebrew name (per her Ketubah): Esther bat Avraham.

Buried at Preston Cemetery (Jewish section), North Shields. 
FISCHER, Elisabeth Lisy (I123)
 
136 A Rabbi in the Schiffschul, Vienna. Later, a Dayan in the Union of Orthodox Congregations, UK. BAUMGARTEN, Rabbi Shloime (I18693)
 
137 A resident of Dusseldorf, he was deported to Theresienstadt on 21 Jul 1942 GUGENHEIM, Michael (I592)
 
138 A schochet. He and his wife lived in Kassel, Germany. REICHARD, Jonas (I8175)
 
139 A school teacher in New Zealand. Source: Alfred Stern JULIUS STERN, Heiner (Henry) Carl (I119)
 
140 A scrap metal merchant. Source: Alfred Stern REIS, Fred (I57)
 
141 A shochet. He llived in Erdmansrode near Kassel and later moved to Hersfeld. He and his wife escaped to the USA and lived near New York. DREIFUSS, Abraham (I8176)
 
142 A shoe manufacturer. BERLINER, Albert (I8671)
 
143 A silk merchant. STERN, Gustav (I679)
 
144 A soldier in the German Army during WW1. He attended Freiburg University. Was a professor of languages and lost his job when Hitler dismissed non Aryians. He left for the US in 1938 and taught 18th and 19th century classics at a number of universities. WASSERMANN, Felix M (I9840)
 
145 A source tells me that according to archives in Nordenstadt she was born in 1859.

Source: Jason Hallgarten, Israel 
NACHMANN, Jettchen (I6842)
 
146 A tailor and furrier. RENKA, Leopold (I16103)
 
147 A tailor, he converted to Catholicism in order to marry Anna Meiringer. LOEBL, Ernst Josef (I2519)
 
148 A tailor. LEVINE, Schmerl Shmayah Shemiah LAVINE or (I8219)
 
149 A teacher BLUMENTHAL, Alma Selma (I8363)
 
150 A teacher at the Burgpreppach School for Jewish Teachers in Wuerzburg. NEUMANN, Wolf Simon (I6621)
 

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