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Kohn Lili and Berta

Gadi Schönheit, who visited our museum with his familiy, writes/schreibt: We are talking of my grand mother (the mother of my mother). Her original name was Lili Kohn, born in…

Gadi Schönheit, who visited our museum with his familiy, writes/schreibt:

We are talking of my grand mother (the mother of my mother).
Her original name was Lili Kohn, born in Graz, December 31th 1906. Her mother was Berta Kohn. Lili had been adopted by an italian family, Ascoli, thanks the interest of a lawyer from Graz, mister Mayer, responsible for the local jewish community. Now, my wife, that you have known, is writing a book about Lili and we are interested in collecting any information about it.

Once more thanks a lot for everything.

Gadi Schoenheit

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Wiener Neustadt

Personen- und Familienbiografien über Jüdinnen und Juden, die aus Westungarn nach Wiener Neustadt kamen Dr. Werner Sulzgruber schrieb: Ich suche für die Dokumentation von Personen- und Familienbiografien von Jüdinnen und…

Personen- und Familienbiografien über Jüdinnen und Juden, die aus Westungarn nach Wiener Neustadt kamen

Dr. Werner Sulzgruber schrieb:

Ich suche für die Dokumentation von Personen- und Familienbiografien von Jüdinnen und Juden,
die um 1900 und später (teils bis 1938) in Wiener Neustadt gelebt haben, Informationen zu den folgenden Familien, welche aus dem ehemaligen Westungarn nach Wiener Neustadt kamen.

Viele der Vorfahren von Wiener Neustädter Jüdinnen und Juden stammen aus Ungarn, vor allem aus Mattersdorf.

Leider sind so manche familiären Zusammenhänge von gleichnamigen Personen (z. B. Familie Breuer) unklar.

Ich bitte um Informationen zu den jeweiligen Familien, falls solche gemacht werden können.
Zuschriften bitte unter: werner_sulzgruber @ hotmail.com

English Version:

Biographies about persons and families, who came from West-Hungary to Wiener Neustadt

I am searching for informations – preparing biographies of persons and families – about Jewish people, who lived around 1900 and later (till 1938) in Wiener Neustadt. Members of the following families, who have their origin in West-Hungary, came once to Wiener Neustadt (Lower Austria).

Many of the forefathers of Jews in Wiener Neustadt are from Hungary, especially from Mattersdorf. Some relations in families (e.g. family Breuer) are not clear.

I am interested in data about these Jewish people/families and I hope that somebody can help in the current documentation.

Contact please: werner_sulzgruber @ hotmail.com

  • Andau: Tauber
  • Deutschkreutz: Bohenszky, Hacker, Kerö, Kohn
  • Eisenstadt: Adler (Pollak), Ungar, Wessely [Jewish?]
  • Frauenkirchen: Popper (Winkler), Schimmel
  • Kobersdorf: Bauer, Hacker, Reininger, Winkler
  • Lackenbach: Bauer, Beinhacker, Bum (Braun), Leitner (Braun), Wellisch
  • Mattersdorf: Adler (Moses), Breuer, Buxbaum, Rosenberger (Feldmann), Rosenfeld, Schischa, Schlesinger, Schulhof


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Schönheit

Familie Schönheit schreibt: La mia famiglia si chiama „Schönheit“ veniamo da Gussing verso la metá del 1850. Qualcuno puó fornize informazioni? Grazie Gadi Schönheit Familie Schönheit aus Mailand war soeben…

Familie Schönheit schreibt:

La mia famiglia si chiama „Schönheit“ veniamo da Gussing verso la metá del 1850.
Qualcuno puó fornize informazioni?
Grazie
Gadi Schönheit

Familie Schönheit aus Mailand war soeben in unserem Museum und sucht Informationen über ihre Familie:

Name: Schönheit (sic!)
aus Güssing, Mitte 19. Jahrhundert.

Family Schönheit from Milano just visited our museum and is looking for information about their family hailing from Güssing in the middle of the 19th Century.

Does anybody know something about the family Schönheit?


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Rechnitz(er)

Gabriel (Gaby) Rechnitzer sent us the following inquiry: I am trying very hard to trace our Family origins and if and how they were connected to the town of ‚Rechnitz‘….

Gabriel (Gaby) Rechnitzer sent us the following inquiry:

I am trying very hard to trace our Family origins and if and how they were connected to the town of ‚Rechnitz‘.

The earliest ancestor about whom we have detailed information in the town of Frauenkirchen was Avraham Moishe Rechnitzer. We have found his gravestone quite recently and it confirms that he died in Frauenkirchen on 11th August 1897 and we know from the Birth/Marriage Records that was married there in June 1843. We surmise that, as he died -as described on the gravestone ‚of ripe old age‘ that he was born circa 1820-5-but we do not know where. We have not found as yet for certain the gravestone of his wife ‚Gittel‘ (Levine).

The father of Avraham Moishe we know was called Herschel Rechnitz and was married to Maria(?) Rechnitz who died in Frauenkirchen in 1861. It appears that they also had a number of children in 1847/8.I would surmise that he was born circa 1800.

We have not been able to trace any further information about Him-ie where he was born and when he died. It appears however that he was not listed in the list of the village Jewish Community Kaufleite in 1828 and Herbett Brettl – the author of the very useful book on the Jewish Community in Frauenkirchen has not found any mention of the name ‚Rechnitz‘ in any Town records in the early 1800’s.

We have always assumed that Herschell Rechnitz originated from the Town of Rechnitz and arrived from there sometime in the years 1820-30.

I have however also checked some limited Jewish Community Records of Rechnitz (in the Hebrew University Library) and this name does not appear on any Jewish Community lists in the early 1800’s. The name of ‚Philip‘ Rechnitz and Arnold Rechnitz do however appear on these lists. But we have no clear connection to Herschell Rechnitz.

I would be grateful if you could circulate this email on your genealogy blog in case someone may be able to assist with some Information Resources to try and discover this link.


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