Sunday, January 15, 2017

1733—1828 PRAGUE: HEBREW PRINTING HOUSES

1733—1828 HEBREW PRINTING HOUSES IN PRAGUE
Freimann, Aron

Except as identified, I don’t know what the dates represent.

            Printers:
Abraham ben Sanwil –from Merzbach, 1784-85
Jomtob known as Lipmann ben Moses Bak, 1734-39
Kaschina Martin, 1802
Lieberl ben Meir Strass  (died 1764), descendent of (Matatja) Lieberl
Meir ben Josef –from Oettingen
Abi Esri, known as Selig ben Wolf Backofen (died 1764)

Press Tools:
Beranek Heinrich, 1809
Beranek Johann, 1809
Jomtob, known as Lipmann ben Moses Bak, 1734-54
Meir ben Naftali—from Kassowitz
(Moses Samuel ben Meir Kauders 1729)

Print Setters:
Abi Esri
Chajjim ben Efraim Gumprehct-from Dessau 1735
David ben Lipmann Bak
Itzig Eger 1803
Feibel ben Simon Abeles 1764—76,77,83---85
Gabriel ben Israel Utiz 1785, 89
Gabriel ben Natan Utiz 1780,84—86, 88,89,91---1800, 1802—5,08—10, 14,16,21
Henoch Wolf ben Isak Sekel—from Aub
Jakob b. Isaak Flekeles 1792, 93
Jehuda b. Moses Back 1734, 36, 38, 54
Jehuda Loeb Guttmann—from Furth 1784
Itzig Jeidels 1802

Saturday, January 14, 2017


1930 Association for the Promotion of Crafts & Technical Professions Among Jews: Lifetime Members
Small Siegfried
p.33


NAME
RESIDENCE
1. Julius Manes
Dusseldorf
2. Adolf Schwerin
Wiesbaden
3. Eduard Manes
Dusseldorf
4. D. Fleck
5. Rabbi Wedell
6. A Aronstein
Buren, Netherlands
7. Moritz Beer (Com. Council)
Essen
8. Dr. Kristeller
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9. Nathan Leubsdorf
Koln
10. J. Hirschland (Com. Coun.)
Essen
11. Jonas Cohen
Dusseldorf
12. Dr. J. Levison
Siegburg
13. Gustav Herzfeld
Dusseldorf
14. Jos. Levison
15. Mrs. JS Hirschland
Essen
16. Mr. & Mrs. SM Cohen
Dusseldorf
17. Mr. & Mrs. J. Lennhof
Bonn
18. Mr. Fabrikbes (M. Grunthal Engineer)
Dusseldorf
19. Siegfried Falk (Banker)
20. Max Weil (Manuf.)
21. A. Freundlich (Manuf.)
22. M. Amram

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

SEVASTOPOL JEWISH NECROPOLIS

SEVASTOPOL JEWISH NECROPOLIS


Many of the graves were damaged or destroyed, resulting both from a September 1927 earthquake and, a year later, heavy rainfall in September 1928.

NAME
BIRTH YEAR
OCCUPATION
DEATH YEAR
MISCELLANEOUS
Galperin Ilya Izrailevich

Merchant
1908 (Nov. 19th)-died in Berlin, buried in Sevast.
On 1908 jury lists—property value of 3000 R.
Greenberg/Grinberg Brothers:
Srul Moiseevich

Israel Moiseevich


1853

1855
Merchant, Juror




1913


Fayvelovich:
Zussman &
Isaac Pavlovich Leyba


Merchants & Jurors

Isaac: Lived in city center on Nakhimov Av. In 1918. Suffered from billeting German officers in the amount of 446 R
Goldberg (5 w. this surname were buried at different times):
2 brothers:
Shai & Yankel Berkowitz






Both were merchants,
1908 were jurors 50 & 60 years old, educated

Unknown if  all were related


Value of property for jury qualification:500 & 1400 R
(krymchak?)Levi Rosy Yotovnu
Born bef. Crimean War

Aug. 12,1929 (tombstone says July 30) Age 90
Buried at grave of Levi Sima-Rosa Antonovna
Yets Grigoriy Yakovleich
1870 ?
Furrier by trade

Wife Sofya Borisovna—b. 1876.
Grigoriy lost voting rights which were restored in 1931.
(krymchaks ?) Mangupli:
Iosif Isaakovich

Sara Anisimona (wife)






Merchant/owner—shoe accessories business

1941:

Age 52


Age 47
Family died first day of war, 6/22/1941 when a German mine exploded hitting Podgorny Street. They lived at #34.
Iosif lost voting privileges in March, 1927.
Iosif was in military service as a private in  the 53rd Infantry Reg.; taken prisoner during WWI, remaining in Austria until 1918.
Zanis Grigory Ruvimoich


1942:
Age 50

Vanshtein
 Rebeka Elevna
 Ilya Zelmanovich (son)

1887
1910

1942

Golomshtoki Nakham Vulfovich & Genokh Berkovich


1942

Dadiomo Samuil Yakovlevich


1942

Kushlin Nosan Shlemovich


1942

Ruskin:
Brothers--
Saul Lvovich

Izrail Lvovich


Lev Izrailevich  (father?)





Dec. 1941 age 19

July, 1944-age 24

1964-age 79

Shalom Maria Markova

Shalom Baniamin Isaakovich (daughter died in 1926)


1942
Age ?

Age 80
Died in a bombing.

Two others w. last name Shalom shot by Germans
Sultan Yusufov


Dec. 12, 1941-age 74

Zolotar Ester Samuilovna


July 1942-age 71
Shot
Led difficult life: husband had died (1921), leaving a family of 7 people.  1925-28: sold small haberdashery in a bazaar booth. Lost voting privileges; was dependent on son.
Polonsky Abraham Vulfovich


Apr. 14, 1945


Other names buried in this cemetery include:

Slutsk/Slutsky—8 people—Nahum Isaakovich –deprived of voting rights, trader, evicted from Sevastopol and moved around to Feodosia through the Jewish resettlement society, “Revival”, voting rights were restored. Anna Leontievna was his wife. Five family members killed by Nazis.

Spivak/Spevak—3 graves: a store owner from Balaclava

Pura- Abram Isaakovich: born 1891, died in Jan. 1937, Drafted into military in 1912 (152 Taman Regiment), WWI (1914) was captured & interned in Germany, where he remained until 1919. Joined Red Army until 1921. Became a co-owner of a mill. Deprived of electoral rights in 1926.

Pantofelya/Pantofel-Moisey Borisovich—Born 1878 or 1879 in Sevastopol. tradesman, bookbinder, lived on street

http://forum.na-svyazi.ru/?showtopic=964834&st=3280
Additional names & photo of crypts:

(8th image from the top, "Boroda477, Dec. 26, 2013, #3287)--
Dr. JA Goldenberg, AP Geftman, DS Goldenberg

#3285-- Virshubskiy I. Kalmanovich--Vilno

#3286--Pevzner Bentsion __ipevich

Also available is a photo of Ilya Izraelevich Galperin's tombstone: "Boroda477, #3292 (see image below the table):