Birth Index Schlaining / Oberwart 1841 - 1917

1603 entries, first publication!


Marriage Index Schlaining / Oberwart 1851 - 1918

288 entries, first publication!


Death Index Schlaining / Oberwart 1841 - 1920

757 entries, first publication!


The Jewish communities Schlaining and Oberwart

Under the protection of Count Batthyány three Jewish communities were located in the suburbs rule Stadtschlaining, Rechnitz and Güssing since the late 17th century to establish who were in the mid-19th century. Fully formed.

Felix Feiwel Blue, who performed the spiritual concerns of the Jewish community Stadtschlaining during the long illness of Rabbi Jonas Henry, moved on June 1, 1923 is based in the filial community Oberwart, which was raised in 1930 after long battles for independent community, which in turn Schlaining as a branch has been connected.

Rabbi Blau born, April 17th, 1861 in Székesfehérvár (Szekesfehervar), the son of Marie Fischer and Moritz Blue, died as the last rabbi of Schlaining or Oberwart on January 4, 1932 in Oberwart. He is the maternal grandson of Rabbi Gottlieb FischerWho died in Unterberg-Eisenstadt on 12 October in 1895 and is buried at the younger Jewish cemetery in Eisenstadt.

Geburtseintrag Felix Blau, 17. April 1861 Szekesfehervar (Stuhlweissenburg)

Birth registration Felix Blue, 17 April 1861 Székesfehérvár (Székesfehérvár)


See especially the article on our static website "Gert cushion, The development of the Jewish communities Güssing, Rechnitz and Stadtschlaining in the second half of the 19th century„.

See also the information about the Jewish communities Schlaining and Oberwart our static website.

Literature:
Ursula Mindler, border settlements in coexistence. Localisations of Jewish history in the Hungarian / Austrian province the example Oberwart / Felsöör.


In the special exhibition "Destiny 1938 - Nazi regime in Burgenland"(Exhibition extended until 2019!), See the never publicly shown original documents of the Jewish Central Archives and the magnificent Chevra Kadisha book from Schlaining, 1871!


John Reiss, Eisenstadt, on November 28, 2018