I. Rabbi Jacob Munian was born between 1640 and 1655.1 He lived in Krakow (estimated period) 1670–1680. Jacob died between 1680 and 1720 in New Rausnitz (Rousinov).1 He was also known as "Jakob Nunian ha-Sepharadi from Krakow" and became later the rabbi of New Rausnitz, Czech.

 

 We have no particular inforamation about the children of Jacob Munian except:


A. Salomo b. Jacob "Šlomo" Manian was born about 1679 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. During the Great Turkish War, when he was 7½ years old he was Kidnapped by the Ottoman forces and remained in captivity for a year and half in Belgrad, Primorje-Gorski, Croatia (1688-1689). Between 1718 and 1750 he was a The Rabinical Judge of New Rausnitz in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. Šlomo lived in Schaffa (Šafov) before 1718. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safov

The village Šafov is located at 48.52 degree North and 15.44 degree East, a short distance to the south of the town of Znojmo on the border with Austria.

HISTORY: In 1670, Jews who had been expelled from the Lower Austrian towns of Weitersfeld and Pulkau founded the Jewish community of Schaffa (Šfov).  As the region had remained largely desolate following its destruction by the Swedes in 1645, Count Maximillian Starhemberg, the feudal landowner, willingly granted asylum to these refugees.  Of the eighty-five Jewish families who eventually settled in the region, only a portion established their homes in the area that later became known as the Judengasse.  The remainder set up homes in the market square to the north of the church, and by the Petrientor.

According to legend, it is said that the refugees barely escaped with their lives, but that they nevertheless carried their Holy Scrolls with them into exile.  Until the year 1938 a well-preserved Torah with the inscription "weit im felde" (referring to the name Weitersfeld) was maintained in the Schaffa synagogue.

In 1734, when the Countess Maria Anna von Althau commissioned the construction of a new church, she ordered the relocation of all Jews living to the north of the church into the Jewish ghetto.

In 1778, the Jews were granted permission to enlarge their cemetery and, in the following year, construction of a new synagogue was completed.  In 1781, following the Edict of Tolerance issued by Emperor Josef 11, the Jews were permitted to establish their own schools.  A new Jewish school was established in 1800; the first teacher to be hired was L. Lederer from the town of Trebitsch.  Beginning in 1805, Johann Bauer, a teacher from the local school, was hired to teach two hours a day at the Jewish school.  For his services he was paid 80 Guilders a year.  Until the school laws were amended in 1869, the Christian schools as well as the Jewish school functioned under the supervision of the local parish priests.

On June 13, 1822 the entire Jewish ghetto, with the exception of one house, together with forty-five houses in the Christian community, was destroyed by fire.  Upon being rebuilt, the majority of the 120 Jewish homes were constructed as single-story houses.

The Jewish community remained under the protection of the feudal landowner until 1848.  During these years the Jews were allowed to organize their own community councils, and these remained in existence until 1919.  Also, starting in 1848, permission was granted for fifteen Jewish dwellings to be erected within the Christian community.  At the same time similar provisions were approved in a number of neighboring communities.

A testimonial to the political freedom granted to the Jews is the school and council chambers that were erected in 1869.  When first established in 1800, the school had only a single grade.  By 1848 it had expanded to two grades and, after the passage of the compulsory education act in 1869, a third grade was added.

The Jewish community dominated trade in the region of Znaim (Znojmo) - Hollabrunn - Krems - Zwettle - Zlabings - Jamnitz through the sale of woolen goods, cloth, linens, and leather, as well as commerce in sheep's wool, flax, furs, skins, antlers, and bristles.

In 1870 the Franz-Josef Railroad was opened, and two years later the northwestern line opened.  Both lines bypassed Schaffa, with the closest stations being at Hozeldorf and Schonwald, each about fourteen kilometers distant.  These events resulted in a relocation of commerce and industry away from Schaffa, and the subsequent decline in the importance of the Jewish community.

Pursuant to these events, the community experienced a sharp economic recession and many former Jewish homes were sold to Christian laborers.  In 1790, 556 Jews and 540 Christians lived in Schaffa.  By 1837 these numbers had increased to 633 Jews and 610 Christians.  By 1900 these numbers diminished to 374 Jews and 602 Christians, to 150 Jews and 588 Christians by 1910, and 65 Jews and 707 Christians by 1930.

In 1938, at the time of the Anschluss, there were twenty-five households with a total of 52 Jews living in Schaffa.  About one third of these emigrated abroad, while the rest were deported in 1939.   Also in 1938, following the Nazi occupation of the Sudetenland, the village of Schaffa was annexed to the German Reich.  Without any strong expression of anti-Jewish sentiments, the German-speaking inhabitants of Schaffa welcomed the annexation as a means of ridding themselves of Czech domination.

He was buried in Mar 1750 at R0683 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. He died on 14 Mar 1750 at the age of 76 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. ŠLomo was  at rabbi of Šafov and Rosinov; writer. He lived in Belgrad. Rabbi Salomo b. Jacob "The Sephardi" is believed to be the founder of the Turkl dynesty.
His son Perez kept the his nick name Terk`l that was given to Salomo following his returning form capticity by Turkish forces, when he was a boy, at age of 7-9. Despite the pressure imposed on him Salomo has never converted to Islam.

Read also here

 

Sara "Sorel" Brück, daughter of Elchanan Brück, was born est 1680 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. She died on 28 Feb 1755 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.

 We have no particular inforamation about the children of Salomo b.Jacob Manian and Sara Brück except:


 

1. Perez b. Salomo Manian was born about 1710 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. He died in 1740–1780 at the age of 30 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. Perez adopted the nickname of his father Salomo "Terk`l" written Türkl
Shlomo had been kidnapped as a child by the Turks according to the legend mentioned above. Read also here

 

 We have no particular inforamation about the children of Perez b. Salomo Manian except:


 

a. Shlomo Türkl was born between 1730 and 1740.1 He died in 1790–1810 at the age of 60 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.1

 

 Shlomo Türkl had the following child:

 

i. Pesach Filipp Türkl2 was born in 1764 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.3 He died on 24 Oct 1836 at the age of 72 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.3 He was also known as Filipp. Peissach could be a descendant to Solomon (Shlomo) ha-Sepharadi of New Rausnitz,
Shlomo had been kidnapped as a child by the Turks according to a legend:
http://turkel.org.il/origin.htm#17th_cl

Peissach could be an uncle, a cousin or a brother of Mordechai Turkl
the acnestor of Israel-Menachem Halevi (Alter)



 

Pesach Filipp Türkl and Feigele Paulina ?maiden were married between 1800 and 1807. Feigele Paulina ?maiden was born in 1777 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. She died on 2 Jul 1853 at the age of 76 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. She was buried on 4 Jul 1853 at Tomb completed in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. Feigele was also known as Paulina. Pesach Filipp Türkl and Feigele Paulina ?maiden had the following children:

 

(1) Moše "Moses" Türkel2 was born on 30 Oct 1807 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.3 He died on 28 Dec 1893 at the age of 86 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.4 He was buried on 28 Dec 1893 at Location R0154 / Plot k006, Cemetery ID: CZ-03899 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.5 Moses was also known as Moshe TUERKL. He was a Merchant. He lived in Vienna, Austria. Moses was Jewish, observant.6

 

Miriam Marianna "Marie" Springer2, daughter of Wolf Ber Springer and Nahuma ?maiden, was born on 20 May 1817 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.3 She died on 23 Sep 1884 at the age of 67 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.7 She was buried on 23 Sep 1884 at Location R0155 / plot k007, Cemetery ID: CZ-03899 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.8 Marie was also known as Marie. Moše Türkel and Miriam Marianna Springer had the following children:

 

(a) Adolph Türkel2 was born on 24 Nov 1835 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. He died Unknown.

 

(b) Peppie Türkel2 was born on 17 May 1840 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. She died Unknown.

 

(c) Amalia Türkel2 was born on 29 Aug 1843 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. She died Unknown.

 

(d) Regina Türkel2 was born on 16 Oct 1845 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. She died Unknown.

 

(e) Wilhelm Türkel2 was born on 26 Mar 1847 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. He was buried in Sep 1924 at Section: 28d Row: 4 Grave: 526, Nezamyslova 27, Brno, Czech Republic in Brno, Czech. conflicting info about grave location
Section: 28d Row: 4 Grave: 526
Section 28E, Row 4, Grave 21 in memorial to Ruzena Turkelova Terezin
He died on 15 Sep 1924 at the age of 77 in Brno, Czech.

 

Ruzena Turkelova was born on 25 May 1852 in Brno, Czech. She died on 1 Sep 1942 at the age of 90 in Holocaust Zemrela (8 April 1942, Terezin). Ruzena Tuerkelova נולדה בשנת 1852. מידע זה מבוסס על רשימת אסירים במחנה טרזיאנשטט מתוך ספר זכרון טרזין, איניציאטיבה טרזין, כרך 1-2 פרק ג 1995, כרך 3 פרק ג 2000 Wilhelm Türkel and Ruzena Turkelova had the following child:

 

(i) Valtr Turkel was born on 13 Oct 1887 in Brno, Czech. He died on 18 Apr 1942 at the age of 54 in Holocaust.

 

Irma Turkelova was born on 10 Feb 1895 in Brno, Czech. She died on 18 Apr 1942 at the age of 47 in Holocaust; 8 April 1942, Terezin. אירמה Tuerkelova נולד/ה בשנת 1895. מידע זה מבוסס על רשימת אסירים במחנה טרזיאנשטט מתוך ספר זכרון טרזין, איניציאטיבה טרזין, כרך 1-2 פרג 1995, כרך 3 פראג Valtr Turkel and Irma Turkelova had the following child:

 

I. Jindrich Turkel was born on 31 Oct 1924 in Brno, Czech. She died on 18 Apr 1942 at the age of 17 in Holocaust (8 April 1942, Terezin).

 

 

 

(f) Helene Sara Türkel2 was born on 15 Feb 1853 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. She died Unknown.

 

(g) Leopold Türkel2,9 was born on 15 Feb 1853 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech.9 He died on 21 Oct 1925 at the age of 72 at Age: 72 in 1060, Esterhazygasse 32.9 He was buried on 23 Oct 1925 at Group  6a Row 1 Grave 19 in Zentralfriedhof Gate 4, Simmeringer Hauptstrasse 224, A-1110 Vienna, Austria.9

 

Rosa Sara Reiter, daughter of Moses Reiter and Pauline Stein, was born on 13 Aug 1856 in Czech. She died on 15 Mar 1941 at the age of 84 in Vienna, Austria. She was buried on 18 Mar 1941 at Group  6a Row 1 Grave 19 in Zentralfriedhof Gate 4, Simmeringer Hauptstrasse 224, A-1110 Vienna, Austria. Rosa was Christian. Leopold Türkel and Rosa Sara Reiter had the following children:

 

(i) Otto Türkel10 was born on 17 Jul 1882 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE He died on 23 Feb 1966 at the age of 83 in Vienna, Austria. He was Christian.

 

Narie Anna Kallgruber2 was born on 22 Mar 1883. She died on 7 Mar 1967 at the age of 83 in Vienna, Austria. She was Christian. Otto Türkel and Narie Anna Kallgruber had the following children:

 

I. Margarethe Türkel was born on 27 Nov 1907. She died unknown.

 

II. Richard Türkel2 was born on 6 May 1914. He lived in Vienna, Austria. He died unknown.

 

Marianne Franke2 was born on 20 May 1915. She died unknown. Richard Türkel and Marianne Franke had the following child:

 

A. Peter Turkel2 was born on 25 Feb 1946. He lived in Vienna, Austria.

 

(ii) Marianne Türkel2 was born on 14 Dec 1884 at (Streiz) in Vienna, Austria. NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE She died Unknown.

 

(iii) Robert Türkel2 was born on 21 Jun 1890 in Vienna, Austria. He died between 1940 and 1945 at the age of 50 in Littuen. He owned  in Christian.

 

(2) Barbara Türkel was born on 14 May 1817 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. She died Unknown.

 

(3) Abraham Türkel was born on 4 Feb 1819 in Rousinov (Neurausnitz), Czech. He died Unknown.

 

Abraham Türkel and <wife of Abraham Türkel> ?maiden were married before 1842. <wife of Abraham Türkel> ?maiden was born about 1820. She was also known as mother of Philipp Turkel. She died Unknown. Abraham Türkel and <wife of Abraham Türkel> ?maiden had the following child:

 

(a) Philipp "Filipp" Türkel was born on 15 Aug 1842 in Neuraussnil, Austria. He died in 1899 at the age of 57. He held the title of Dr..

Philipp "Filipp" Türkel and Anna "Nina" Schütz were married on 1 Dec 1872 at Stadttempel in Vienna, Austria. Anna "Nina" Schütz was born on 3 Aug 1844 in Vienna, Austria. She died Unknown. She was also known as Nina Schutz. Philipp Türkel and Anna Schütz had the following children:

 

(i) Siegfried Türkel was born on 31 Jan 1875 in Vienna, Austria. He was educated  Dr. Crimonology before 1920. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siegfried_Türkel He died on 20 Apr 1933 at the age of 58 in Gries im Sellrain, Austria. Siegfried held the title of Dr.. He was a Prof. Dr. Lawyer Criminologist (see notes). https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siegfried_Türkel Atlas der Bleistiftschrift von Doezent Dr. Siefried Turkel, Wissenschaftl. Leiter des Kriminalischen Institutes der Politzeidriktion Wien; Graz 1927; verlag von Ulr. Mosers Buchhandlung (J. Meyerhoff)

He is also mentioned in an article, titled - Peter Twinn: Bletchley Park codebreaker in the Sunday Times:
"The Enigma machine dated back to 1919, when Hugo Alexander Koch, a Dutchman, patented an invention that he called a secret writing machine. A little later, Arthur Scherbius, an engineer, was experimenting with this and similar machines and became enthusiastic about encryption machines that used rotors. He recommended them to Siegfried Turkel, the director of the Institute of Criminology in Vienna, who also became interested in them. "
ref: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/obituaries/article394589.ece


Siegfried Türkel and Leopold Maria Stoss were married between 1900 and 1908 in Vienna, Austria. Leopold Maria Stoss was born on 7 Oct 1878 in Vienna, Austria. Vienna Births She died in 1956 at the age of 78 in Pomona, CA. She was also known as Paula. Siegfried Türkel and Leopold Maria Stoss had the following children:

 

I. Erich Francis Türkel1112 was born on 6 Aug 1909 in Vienna, Austria. He immigrated between 1938 and 1939 to escaped from Austria to the USA. He had Social Security Number 243-32-4130 NC. Erich died on 2 Mar 1999 at the age of 89 in Pomona, Los Angeles, CA 91767. He lived in Mammoth Lakes, NY. He lived at Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546, USA. Erich's phone number was (760) 934-6017. He lived at  in 25631 Padua Dr. Laguna Hills, CA 92653.

 

Elizabeth Wolf13 was born on 15 Sep 1913 in Oberndorf Austria. She died on 11 Dec 2005 at the age of 92 in Laguna Hills, Orange, CA 92653. She was also known as Lisel. Elizabeth lived in Laguna Hills, Orange, CA 92653.10 She lived in Pomona, CA.10 She had Social Security Number 571-72-8217, CA. Elizabeth lived at -,  Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546 / USA. She's phone number was (760) 934-6017. Erich Francis Türkel and Elizabeth Wolf had the following children:

 

A. Howard Francis Turkel13 was born on 21 Sep 1944 in MI. He died on 18 Jul 1965 at the age of 20 in LA, CA.13 He had Social Security Number 561-60-4604.

 

B. Ralph Charles Turkel10,14 was born on 11 Nov 1950.10 He graduated in 1968 in Pomona High School Pomona, CA.15 He graduated in 1972 in University of Southern California, LA, CA.15 Ralph lived in Laguna Hills, CA 92653.15 He lived at Laguna Hills, CA 92653. He's phone number was (949) 466-9292. Ralph's email address was rturkel@cox.net. WhoWhere: likes dove hunting, quail hunting

 

Helena Hornquist was born in 1948 in Filipstad, Sweden. Ralph Charles Turkel and Helena Hornquist had the following children:

 

1. Briana Elizabeth Turkel was born in 1986.

 

2. Ryan Thomas Turkel was born in 1991.

 

C. Eric John Turkel10 was born on 14 Dec 1952 in LA, CA.10 He lived in Pomona, CA in 1992. In Jun 2009 he was an Executive Director at Divine Choices, Inc. (Capital Markets) in Orange County, California Area. Eric lived in Laguna Hills, CA 92653.10 He lived in Anaheim, CA 92690.10 He was a Principal, Celsius Consulting Group, LLC, Divine Choices, Inc.. Eric lived at 1222 City Lights Dr, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656, USA. He's phone number was (949) 643 - 0800. He's email address was etCelsiusGroup@gmail.com. Eric was educated  in University of Southern California. He lived in Simi Valley, CA. He lived in Mission Viejo, CA. Eric lived in Laguna Hills, CA. He lived in Aliso Viejo, CA. He was educated  in Pomona High School. Eric's website was . He's website was .  {

} Executive Director at Divine Choices, Inc.     June 2009 - Present (7 years 3 months)
    Orange County, California Area
    Capital Markets
Current        
    Celsius Consulting Group, LLC, Divine Choices, Inc.
Education    
    University of Southern California

---

http://www.levinip.com/firm-profile/
Laguna Beach, California

Mr. Turkel has over 20-years of senior level executive management and business consulting experience in IP technology and venture financing. Mr. Turkel’s experience in project & marketing management, merger & acquisitions, and strategic business development & sales provides a valuable resource to the clients of Levin & Dicterow, and Laguna Intellectual Property Group.

As a former C level executive officer, Mr. Turkel has been involved with over $237 million dollars in transactional financing in the acquisition, merger and/or sale of start-up business and technology enterprises. In 2001, he was co-founder of Celsius Consulting Group, a boutique business and technology consulting practice of retired executive consultants for start-ups and mid-size businesses seeking senior level business management and capital financing.

In 2009, Mr. Turkel was recipient of the Face to Face Challenge Award, presented in London, England, by British Airways which recognized his service working with the British and Australian governments to facilitate international programs that protectdisenfranchised children who have been exploited and abducted across state jurisdictions and international borders. During this time Mr. Turkel co-managed a boutique law firm, specializing in appellate and complex family law in cases where children have been abducted across state and international borders. Under Mr. Turkel’s management, the law firm and lead counsel, Merritt Mckeon, Esq., have earned numerous awards and has appearedon both Australian, and US Television, appearing on Larry King Live, MSNBC, Burden of Proof, NBC, CNN and has been recognized by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and U.S. Department of Justice as a recognized expert in The Hague Convention on Civil Aspects of International Parental Child Abduction.

Mr. Turkel is a graduate of the University of Southern California (USC), School of Economics (1979), specializing in statistical analysis, financial management and corporate finance. He has taught as an adjunct college professor in business marketing, and developed a college level course, Human Dynamics in Business, receiving evening college instructor of the year in consecutive years.


 

Merritt Lori McKeon was born about 1955. Eric John Turkel and Merritt Lori McKeon had the following child:

 

1. Sia Abderzai was born in 1985–2000.  {step son of Eric John Turkel
}

 

II. Herbert Ralph Türkel12 was born on 24 Feb 1912 in Vienna, Austria. He had Social Security Number 039-07-5071 RI.11 He was buried in Oct 1974 in Rhode Island, Swan Point Cemetery, Providwnce, Blackstone BLVD ->20 ft. E of tele. pole # 117.10 Herbert died on 17 Oct 1974 at the age of 62 in Rhode Island.11,13

 

(ii) Helene Türkel16 was born on 11 Jan 1881 in Vienna, Austria. She died on 14 May 1942 at the age of 61 in Vienna, Austria. She was buried on 21 May 1942 at Group 16a Row 10 Grave 11 in Zentralfriedhof Gate 4, Simmeringer Hauptstrasse 224, A-1110 Vienna, Austria.

 

(iii) Frantz Türkel was born between 1882 and 1888 in Vienna, Austria. He died Unknown.

 

 

 

Preparer:

  Doron Abraham Tal (Tirkel)

  69a Ramim St.

  Karmiel 2186215

  Israel

  +972 4 9980274

  doron.a.tal@gmail.com


        1. r.2006.

        2. Rousinov Jewish Community.

        3. Private Communication.

        4. Ibid.

        5. Ibid.

        6. Ibid.

        7. Ibid.

        8. Ibid.

        9. JewishGen, comp, JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR) (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008).

        10. Internet People Search.

        11. SSDI.

        12. Private Communication.

        13. California Death Records.

        14. Private Communication.

        15. Who Where.

        16. https://history.uwo.ca/people/faculty/turkel.html
https://www.facebook.com/nikki.turkelhoar
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?MAIDEN

<wife of Abraham Türkel> (b. 1820) . . . 4

Feigele Paulina (b. 1777) . . . 2

Nahuma (b. 1790) . . . 3

ABDERZAI

Sia (b. 1985) . . . 6

BRÜCK

Elchanan (b. 1650) . . . 2

Sara (b. 1670) . . . 2

FRANKE

Marianne (b. 1915) . . . 4

HORNQUIST

Helena (b. 1948) . . . 5

KALLGRUBER

Narie Anna (b. 1883) . . . 4

MANIAN

Perez b. Salomo (b. 1710) . . . 2

Salomo b. Jacob (b. 1674) . . . 1

MCKEON

Merritt Lori (b. 1955) . . . 6

MUNIAN

Jacob (b. 1640) . . . 1

REITER

Moses (b. 1825) . . . 3

Rosa Sara (b. 1856) . . . 3

SCHÜTZ

Anna (b. 1844) . . . 4

SPRINGER

Miriam Marianna (b. 1817) . . . 3

Wolf Ber (b. 1785) . . . 3

STEIN

Pauline (b. 1825) . . . 3

STOSS

Leopold Maria (b. 1878) . . . 5

TURKEL

Briana Elizabeth (b. 1986) . . . 5

Eric John (b. 1952) . . . 5

Howard Francis (b. 1944) . . . 5

Jindrich (b. 1924) . . . 3

Peter (b. 1946) . . . 4

Ralph Charles (b. 1950) . . . 5

Ryan Thomas (b. 1991) . . . 5

Valtr (b. 1887) . . . 3

TÜRKEL

Abraham (b. 1819) . . . 4

Adolph (b. 1835) . . . 3

Amalia (b. 1843) . . . 3

Barbara (b. 1817) . . . 4

Erich Francis (b. 1909) . . . 5

Frantz (b. 1882) . . . 7

Helene (b. 1881) . . . 6

Helene Sara (b. 1853) . . . 3

Herbert Ralph (b. 1912) . . . 6

Leopold (b. 1853) . . . 3

Margarethe (b. 1907) . . . 4

Marianne (b. 1884) . . . 4

Moše (b. 1807) . . . 2

Otto (b. 1882) . . . 4

Peppie (b. 1840) . . . 3

Philipp (b. 1842) . . . 4

Regina (b. 1845) . . . 3

Richard (b. 1914) . . . 4

Robert (b. 1890) . . . 4

Siegfried (b. 1875) . . . 4

Wilhelm (b. 1847) . . . 3

TURKELOVA

Irma (b. 1895) . . . 3

Ruzena (b. 1852) . . . 3

TÜRKL

Pesach Filipp (b. 1764) . . . 2

Shlomo (b. 1730) . . . 2

WOLF

Elizabeth (b. 1913) . . . 5


Austria

A-1110 Vienna

Simmeringer Hauptstrasse 224

Zentralfriedhof Gate 4

Group  6a Row 1 Grave 19 . . . 3

Group 16a Row 10 Grave 11 . . . 6

Gries im Sellrain . . . 4

Neuraussnil . . . 4

Vienna . . . 37

(Streiz) . . . 4

Stadttempel . . . 4

Belgrad . . . 2

Blackstone BLVD ->20 ft. E of tele. pole # 117

Providwnce

Swan Point Cemetery

Rhode Island . . . 6

CA

Aliso Viejo . . . 5

LA . . . 5

University of Southern California . . . 5

Laguna Hills . . . 5

Mission Viejo . . . 5

Pomona . . . 5

Pomona High School Pomona . . . 5

Simi Valley . . . 5

CA 91767

Los Angeles

Pomona . . . 5

CA 92653

25631 Padua Dr. Laguna Hills . . . 5

Laguna Hills . . . 5

Orange

Laguna Hills . . . 5

CA 92690

Anaheim . . . 5

California Area

Orange County . . . 5

Christian . . . 4

Croatia

Primorje-Gorski

Belgrad

Great Turkish War . . . 1

Czech . . . 3

Brno . . . 3

Czech Republic

Brno

Nezamyslova 27

Section: 28d Row: 4 Grave: 526 . . . 3

Rousinov (Neurausnitz) . . . 14

Cemetery ID: CZ-03899

Location R0154 / Plot k006 . . . 2

Location R0155 / plot k007 . . . 3

R0683 . . . 2

Tomb completed . . . 2

escaped from Austria to the USA . . . 5

Esterhazygasse 32

1060

Age: 72 . . . 3

Holocaust . . . 3

Krakow . . . 1

Littuen . . . 4

MI . . . 5

New Rausnitz (Rousinov) . . . 1

NY

Mammoth Lakes . . . 5

Oberndorf Austria . . . 5

Pomona High School . . . 5

Rhode Island . . . 6

Schaffa / Safov . . . 1

Sweden

Filipstad . . . 5

Terezin

Holocaust; 8 April 1942 . . . 3

Terezin)

Holocaust (8 April 1942 . . . 3

Holocaust Zemrela (8 April 1942 . . . 3

University of Southern California . . . 5