Stern & Löbl Families Database

A fully searchable database containing the Jewish ancestors of the Stern and Löbl families - and their many descendant lines as researched by Gerald Stern.

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51 A banker in Cologne. KEMPENICH, Sally (I11305)
 
52 A banker. KLEEMAN, Wilhelm (I10332)
 
53 A book scout. ERLANGER, Liselotte (Lilo) (I1213)
 
54 A bookseller. RENKA, Jakob Jackie (I5215)
 
55 A British commando during WWII and later worked for Reuters. DUDLEY, Rudolf DANNENBAUM became Rudolph Peter (I8362)
 
56 A businessman and ironmonger. NETTER, Joseph (I10365)
 
57 A businessman who lived at house No 7, Gross Steinheim. HERZ, Loew (I14544)
 
58 A butcher STRAUSS, Loeb Hirsch (I12957)
 
59 A butcher LOEWENSTEIN, Sidney (I13372)
 
60 A butcher and cattle dealer in Hildburghausen. ROSENTHAL, Hermann (I9586)
 
61 A butcher in Odenkirchen SALOMON, Joseph (I820)
 
62 A butcher. FALKENSTEIN, Falk LOEB became (I8612)
 
63 A butcher. BLUMENTHAL, Max (I8623)
 
64 A butcher. STERN, Julius (I8635)
 
65 A butcher. MORGENSTERN, Jakob (I19176)
 
66 A butcher. Alternative DOB 5 Jan 1890 per Family Search. LOEWENSTEIN, Alfred (I13371)
 
67 A butcher. Came to US on SS Elbe 20 Jun 1883. See US Naturalisation dated 25 Oct 1899. US Passport Application dated 16 Mar 1903. Lived at 156 Lenox Ave, NYC. Member of German Society, 13 Broadway, NYC. LOEWENSTEIN, Moritz Morris (I2696)
 
68 A butcher. Hebrew name: Israel ben Nachum METZGER, Israel (I6640)
 
69 A butcher. In 1794, the French conquered the West bank of the river Rhine. By a French imperial decree of 20th July 1808, all Jews were ordered to abandon the tradition of using their father's first name as a family name. The name WIENER was taken on 8 Dec 1808 in Hoerstgen. WIENER, Meijer Matthieu Matthias JACOB ha'Levi became (I949)
 
70 A butcher. In 1857 census lived in House No 3, Flat No 5 in the Jewish quarter. In 1870 census lived in House No 56, Flat No 3. GERSTMANN, Gerson (Gershon) (I18283)
 
71 A cantor. GREEN, Daniel (I17078)
 
72 A cattle dealer and butcher (shochet). The name established in Meudt is derived from the given name Heyum/Hayyim/Haium => Heyumberg => HEILBERG. An extract from the Hessisches Hauptstaatsarchiv (=HHStA) in Wiesbaden, archive number "Abt. 116 No. XIV 3" and "Abt. 243 No. 919" explains that Heyem son of Isac of Meudt paid the protection money as it fell due untill he suffered repeated looting and other events during the Napoleonic Wars. His wife Eva was shot to death in their own house whilst in his care..
 
HEILBERG, Haium ISAAK became (I388)
 
73 A cattle dealer and kosher butcher in Herborn. Lived at 11 Hainstrasse, Herborn. He was also a volunteer member of the local fire service.

Source: Alfred Stern 
LOEWENSTEIN, David (I15)
 
74 A cattle dealer and merchant in Simmershausen, Germany. KAHN, Hermann Hirsch (I6617)
 
75 A cattle dealer in Emden. Escaped to Israel with wife and 3 sons. VAN DEN WALDE, Jacob (I8191)
 
76 A cattle dealer in Simmershausen. Later he became a wine salesman in Salzungen, Thuringia. Escaped to the USA where Sigmund imported tools. KAHN, Sigmund (I9994)
 
77 A cattle dealer in Tann. FREUDENTHAL, Ludwig (I10202)
 
78 A cattle dealer. SUESKIND, Marcus (I8788)
 
79 A cattle dealer. LUDWIG, Nathan (I10006)
 
80 A certificate in the Bamberg archive gives dob as 10 Apr 1813 TUCHMANN, Jette (I196)
 
81 A chemist who emigrated to Basel, Switzerland in 1905 to work for CIBA reputedly with a 1% profit share on drugs developed! He returned to Bavaria in WW1 to fight for the Germans!! BAMBERGER, Heinrich (I5051)
 
82 A child psychiatrist TODES, Dr Cecil (I1796)
 
83 A cigar maker. BAMBERGER, Martin (I10750)
 
84 A cloth finisher referred to as a tuchmacher. BAMBERGER, Seligmann (I7569)
 
85 A clothier living at 131 Brick Lane, London. GOLD, Moses (I8761)
 
86 A confectioner or lebkuechner - employed a number of staff and produced ginger cakes and sweets including marzipan sold in Mitwitz and neighbouring towns of Neustadt, Sonneberg and Lauscha.

In 1850 David Bamberger founded another firm based on basket making importing palm leaves from Cuba and importing cane. A branch of this firm was established in Lichtenfels under the direction of his sons, Phillip and Fritz. This business flourished based on export and import of cane products with purchasing agents as far as China, India, Cuba, Egypt, Eurpe and the USA. The company exported to five continents.

David Bamberger was the last Jew in Mitwitz. He signed a document in 1881 stating that the community had dissolved after everyone moved away in the mid 1870s.

The company was officially handed over to sons Phillip and Fritz in 1884. The scale of the business can be seen from a 1927 catalogue preseved in the Basketware Museum in Michelau near Lichtenfels. The firm of David Bamberger was struck off the company register in 1939 due to Nazi requirements but the remnants of this business continued under another name.

Source: Dr Herbert Loebl, OBE 
BAMBERGER, David (I10568)
 
87 A convert to Judaism. STOEBE, Anna (I10243)
 
88 A dentist living in Brussels ADLER, Meier (I16365)
 
89 A dentist. BERNSTEIN, Margarete Gretel (I19583)
 
90 A dermatologist in private practice. BERNSTEIN, Dr Moritz (I15328)
 
91 A dermatologist working in a hospital. Came to London in 1933 and became a GP. BERNSTEIN, Dr Fritz Fred (I15329)
 
92 A dermatologist. Hans was a friend of Fritz Bernstein from university days; that's how he met his wife, Margarete, also a student. They married in 1929 and subsequently Hans became assistant to his father-in-law Moritz Bernstein. Came to Sheffield, England in 1936 and became a GP. GRUNDMANN, Dr Hans (I19584)
 
93 A doctor. JAKOB (I14651)
 
94 A fabric dyer - he used the Faerbach (brook in Meudt) to dye his fabrics. HEILBERG, Loeb Haium became (I2759)
 
95 A factory worker. SCARNATT, Albert Leslie (I8787)
 
96 A Famous Austrian singer and actress - real name, Karoline Wilhelmine Charlotte Blamauer. Lotte Lenya was her stage name.

She married Kurt Weill in in 1926, divorced him in 1933 but then remarried him in 1937 until Weill's death in 1950. After Weill's death she remarried twice but was buried next to Weill in Haverstraw, NY. 
LENYA, Lotte (I9836)
 
97 A former Miss Cincinnati SCHROEDER, Mildred (I2263)
 
98 A gentleman's wholesale outfitter. LAMBERT, Michael Philip (I8678)
 
99 A German teacher. She came to France in 1936 with her mother, Rose Mayer nee Morgenthau, her aunt Clara (Rose's sister) and her brother Richard because her uncle Julius Morgenthau (Rose and Clara's brother) was working in Paris and was able to have them admitted to France at that time. They left Heilbronn, Germany and initially lived in "Le VĂ©sinet" near Paris.
But France wasn't the best place to be and in 1939 Annelise and her Aunt Clara were transported as "German Jews" from the Town-Hall of Chatenay-Malabry to GURS Concentration Camp in South-West France (near Lourdes), where they were held in terrible conditions for six months. Annelises's brother, Richard Mayer, helped them to gain release from the camp by telling the authorities that they had left Germany in 1935 and not in 1936! It is believed that in this way he saved Annelise's life because all Jews who left Germany in 1936 had to be sent back to German Concentration Camps. 
MAYER, Annelise (I327)
 
100 A graduate chemist in the food canning industry. In 1935 he and his future wife, Hilde Stern, joined the Zionist Pioneer Movement in Palestine. They immigrated to Argentina in 1938 and moved to Denver in 1953 with their son. Henry worked for the Friedman Paper Co. TANNEN, Heinz Tannchen became Henry (I154)
 

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