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Bernhard (Baruch) Austerlitz 08 Tammuz 678 (= Wednesday, June 17, 1918)

Location Number: 323

The grave inscription

Inscription Bernhard Austerlitz: Line righteous transcription and translation
[1] H (ier is) {} Levite Krug g (eborgen) P {pitcher of borrowers} I.
[2] a noble and perfect man, a God-fearing Tamam dear man, fearing God
[3] from a strain of just, Scion large breed and righteous
[4] d (s) e (hrenhafte) H (err) Baruch Austerlitz Sega "l, Mount Welcome Aoistarlitz Segal
[5] Son of the great teacher in the Torah, that (it)
V (orsitzenden) d (es) G (erichtshofes) from here,
Great Rabbi Ben RA principle will in turn pushed
[6] d (es) (to be preserved ÖGE) blessed Morenu Benjamin Seev Sega "l, s (a memory) m. Late of Harav Binyamin Ze'ev Segal
[7] He walked in the footsteps of his fathers. Heels ancestors walked,
[8] Morning and evening he was in the house of prayer. Ball and Dawn chapel.
[9] He did the will of his Creator. Kono made the will,
[10] It dealt m (it) M (ild) t (ätig) k (ince) and the affairs of the community. Business Gmach and needs of its audience.
[11] Auch seine Kinder und seine Nachkommen And his sons and descendants
[12] he pointed to the path of perfection. Parent innocent way.
[13] The glory of God caught up with him, Glory of God gathered,
[14] (Led) his soul into the upper treasuries! Treasures of his soul deceived!

Socket: The grave inscription

Inscription Bernhard AusterlitzS: Line righteous transcription and translation
[1] S (a soul) g (ing away) on the 8th of Tammuz of the year 678 n (oh the small calendar). YN eighth day of Tammuz of T"ra"h
[2] S (a) S (Eele) m (ÖGE be involved) i (m Confederation) d (it lives). Tntzbh

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Inscription Bernhard AusterlitzS2: Line righteous transcription and translation
[1] H. Czerny
[2] Wien 17/1


Line 3: Isaiah 11.1 Hoter breed.

Line 6: Morenu literally means "u (ur) L (ehrer), H (err)". The Morenu title received only very learned men, Bernhard Wachstein called him a "synagogue doctorate" (see Bernhard Wachstein, The inscriptions of the Old Jewish cemetery in Vienna, the first part of 1540 (?) - 1670, the second part from 1696 to 1783, Vienna 1912, part 2, p 15).

Line 9: Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin 42a Will of their Maker in connection with the blessing over the new moon White Shrine; best known from the liturgy: so in prayer "the Lord God" To master in morning prayer for Shabbat and holidays and in "The Father of mercies" Father of Mercy occasion of the consecration of the new moon on the Shabbat before Tisha Schavu'ot and above 'be-Av after the reading of the Torah. Hirsch translated buyer with "Owner", which they (those who have remained faithful to God, and the holy communities) belonged with every fiber of their being, and each splinter their power and had to have only about them ... " Hirsch Samson Raphael, Siddur. Israel's prayers, Zurich-Basel 1992 351

Line 10: The line should point out that Bernhard Austerlitz worked in the Chevra Qadischa. The "Chevra qadischa (di) gmilut Chassadim", usually only briefly "Chevra Qadischa" or "Brotherhood", is a charitable organization whose mission is primarily in the care of destitute sick and burial of deceased persons.

Line 10: Tosefta, the Treaty Brachot I, 4; vgl. II, 6 Absorb themselves for public purposes etc. The verse points to a public office in the community and is found almost exclusively in grave inscriptions of the third and fourth row, so on grave stones of outstanding scholars who immediately behind the (upper) were rabbis and Rabbinatsassessoren in the church hierarchy.

Lines 7/9/11/13: Acrostic: The first letter give the Hebrew name of the deceased (Baruch).

Line 13: First letter כ because here acrostic Final letters ך written.

Line 14: Midrasch suta to Song 1.4 Ganzi Merom, Because here be understood as a place of residence for the pious Israel the "upper treasuries", the quote was probably deliberately chosen to represent the deceased in the series of the pious. The Hebrew word, an epithet for the Garden of Eden, is inspired by Ezekiel 27,24 And vineyards treasures.

biographical notes

Bernhard (Baruch) Austerlitz, Born Private, June 15, 1836 in Eisenstadt, d. on June 17, 1918 (shortly after his 82nd birthday!) at 22 o'clock of old age. 22:00 Beginning of the 08th of Tammuz, but still 17 June 1918; wh .: Unterberg-Eisenstadt 25
The very tight birth record is an addendum from 1854 (!) In the Geburtsmatriken at the end of the year 1836th

Matriken Geburt Bernhard Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Bernhard Austerlitz, Part 1

Matriken Geburt Bernhard Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Bernhard Austerlitz, Part 2

Matriken Tod Bernhard Austerlitz

Parish registers death Bernhard Austerlitz

Sterbeanzeige Bernhard Austerlitz

Obituary Bernhard Austerlitz, Neue Freie Presse, June 22, 1918 Page 14

Father: Wilhelm (Wolf'm Salman ha-Levi) Austerlitz (?), D. November 16, 1868, buried in the older Jewish cemetery in Eisenstadt
Mother: Theresa (Rösel Mrs. Wolf ha-Levi) Austerlitz born, Sharpener (?), D. 09 January 1856, buried at the older Jewish cemetery in Eisenstadt

Parenthood is a little uncertain. Basically, I think parenthood for sufficiently proven, but the pros and cons are briefly explained:

speaks for parenthood:

  1. The father is called at line 6 of Hebrew grave inscription as "Morenu Benjamin Seev Sega" l ". "Seev" = "Wolf", Wilhelm (Wolf ben Salman ha-Levi) Austerlitz was Morenu.
  2. The father is called at line 5 as a great Torah scholar and chairman of the Court. It all fits on Wolf ben Salman ha-Levi Austerlitz, who was not a rabbi, but according to Rabbi Hildesheimer departure of Eisenstadt as Rabbinatsverweser (Richter) was used.
  3. Og father is married to Theresa (Rösel) Spitzer.

What remains open, possibly even could argue against parenthood.:

  1. In the Hebrew grave inscription called (even in the grave inscription of his brother Heinrich) first name of the father "Benjamin" is not in the Hebrew grave inscription of the Father before and is otherwise undetectable.
  2. In the Sterbematriken the father is "married" referred to as (s. Sterbematriken there). His wife Theresa born, Spitzer, but died in 1856, so he would have to be registered as a "widow". Eintragunsfehler?
  3. In the Geburtsmatriken Bernhard (so) there is only the name of the Father, not that of the mother (see above).

b Anna (Ginendel / Netti) Schneider, Austerlitz, Born 1823 ?, d. January 15, 1906

born Eleonora / Lina Pollak, Austerlitz, Born 11 October 1840 in Eisenstadt (Father Occupation: tradesman), married. With Valentin Pollak,
Rosi Pollak, Born September 18, 1862 in Eisenstadt 123
Fanni Pollak, Born May 18, 1864 in Eisenstadt 129
Gisella Pollak, Born May 30, 1874 in Upper Mount Eisenstadt
Simon Pollak, Born 06 October 1865 in Eisenstadt 128
Samuel Pollak, Born 02 November 1877 in Leithaprodersdorf

Matriken Geburt Eleonora Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Eleonora Austerlitz

Charlotte Pollak born, Austerlitz, Born 20 June 1842 in Eisenstadt. (Father Occupation: lawyer (sic)), go 12 March 1861 Gerson Pollak, Born February 12, 1834 in Eisenstadt, son of Simon Pollak and Karoline (Pollak), wh.: Eisenstadt, Mayerhof 132;
Daughter: Thereafter (Each / a) Geiger, Born March 29, 1876 in Eisenstadt, d. Ibid. 04 January 1932

Matriken Geburt Charlotte Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Charlotte Austerlitz

Matriken Hochzeit Charlotte Austerlitz und Gerson Pollak

Register books Wedding Charlotte Gerson Austerlitz and Pollak

Moritz (Meier) Austerlitz, Born 05 December 1833 in Eisenstadt (mother: Rosaly, Father Occupation: Products Distributor)
In the Geburtsmatriken the Jewish Community Vienna "Moritz" is crossed out in the Geburtsmatriken Sopron there is only "Moritz" is entered (there I read the Hebrew "Meier" with reservations).

Matriken Geburt Meier Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Meier Austerlitz, entry IKG

Matriken Geburt Moritz Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Moritz Austerlitz, entry Sopron

Joachim Heinrich / Benedict (Moses Chajim) Austerlitz, Born October 16, 1835 (23 Tishri, Simchat Torah 596) in Eisenstadt, d. December 28, 1909

Wife: Rosa Pollak, Daughter of Valentin Pollak and Ernestine (Pollak), go 03 July 1860 wh. Eisenstadt Israelite lane 25 Bernhard was at the wedding 24 years, Rosa 26 years old, both single.

Matriken Matriken Hochzeit Bernhard Austerlitz und Rosa Pollak

Register books parish registers wedding Bernhard Austerlitz and Rosa Pollak

Rosi (Resl) Austerlitz, Born August 22, 1865 in Eisenstadt 24 (father: Baruch)

Matriken Geburt Rosi Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Rosi Austerlitz, Part 1

Matriken Geburt Rosi Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Rosi Austerlitz, Part 2

Ernestine Austerlitz, Born November 23, 1866 in Eisenstadt, Israelite Gasse 29, (father Benedict)

Matriken Geburt Ernestine Austerlitz

Parish registers born Ernestine Austerlitz

Eleonore Austerlitz, Born 01. March 1870

Matriken Geburt Eleonore Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Eleonore Austerlitz

Berta Austerlitz, Born 04 November 1876 (in Unterberg-Eisenstadt information from IndexUnfortunately entry could not be verified)

Moritz (Meir) Austerlitz, Born March 17, 1862 in Eisenstadt 25 (father: Baruch)
"Meir" in the Geburtsmatriken the Jewish Community Vienna I read with caution.

Matriken Geburt Moritz Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Moritz Austerlitz

Sigmund Austerlitz, Born April 10, 1863 in Eisenstadt 24

Matriken Geburt Sigmund Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Sigmund Austerlitz

Rudolf (Uriel) Austerlitz, Born winemaker, May 29, 1864 in Eisenstadt (father: Baruch), go 15 August 1893. Jenni Schlesinger, Daughter of Adolf Schlesinger and the Marie Fischer, Birthplace and home: Oberberg-Eisenstadt. Rudolf was at the wedding 29 years, Jenni 18 years of age, both single.
Daughter: Bella Austerlitz, Born July 18th, 1894 in Upper Mount Eisenstadt

Matriken Geburt Rudolf Austerlitz

Parish registers of birth Rudolf Austerlitz, Part 1

Matriken Geburt Rudolf Austerlitz

Parish registers of birth Rudolf Austerlitz, Part 2

Matriken Hochzeit Rudolf Austerlitz und Jenni Schlesinger

Parish registers wedding Rudolf Austerlitz and Jenni Schlesinger

Simon Austerlitz, Born November 01, 1868 in Eisenstadt, Israelite Gasse 23 (Father Benedict)

Matriken Geburt Simon Austerlitz

Birth register books Simon Austerlitz

Wilhelm Austerlitz, Born September 26, 1871 in Eisenstadt 27th
On January 31, 1874, someone dies Wilhelm Austerlitz, 1 year and without giving the parents. Whether that's our Wilhelm, must, although less likely remain open. The indication of the age is rather unreliable in most Matrikeneinträgen and 1871-1874 was no other Wilhelm Austerlitz on the world.

Matriken Geburt Wilhelm Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Wilhelm Austerlitz

Matriken Tod Vilmos Austerlitz

MATRIKON Tod William Austerlitz

Valentin Austerlitz, Born September 23, 1873 in Eisenstadt

Matriken Geburt Valentin Austerlitz

Parish registers birth Valentin Austerlitz

Samuel Austerlitz, Born March 01, 1875 in Eisenstadt

Matriken Geburt Samuel Austerlitz

Samuel birth register books Austerlitz

Material and dimensions of the grave stone

Diorit, 200/80/39

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