Judische Familienforschung, Part 2

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Contents of the Journal of the “Judische Familien Forschung,”part 2

Part 1, December 1924 to March 1929 

Part 2, June 1929 to June 1933 (below)

Part 3, 1934 to 1938

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Year 5 – Issue Nr. 18 – June 1929

The Family Schwarzschild in Frankfurt am Main, by the late Dr. Siegfried Schwarzschild (4 pages)

Original Report on Mecklenberg Jews from 1769, by Otto Neumann, continuation (12 pages)

Marianne Schadow nee Devidels, by Leon Ruzicka (2 pages)

On the History of the Family Samulon in Osterode (East Prussia), by Willy Cohn (3 ½ pages)

The first Jewish Citizens in Liegnitz, by Eugen Wolbe (3 pages)

Search Notices (2 pages)

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Year 5 – Issue Nr. 19 – September 1929

Original Report by Tychsen on Mecklenburg Jews from 1769,

By Otto Neumann, Conclusion (10 pages)

Pedigree of the Physicist Heinrich Hertz, by Peter von Gebhardt (one page)

On the Portuguese Jews in Emden, by Alfonso Cassuto 3 pages)

The Pedigree of the Poet Hugo von Hofmannsthal, by Arthur Czellitzer (one page)

The Jewish Families of Zűlz, Upper Silesia, 1725, by Bernhard Brilling, Continuation (5 pages)

Book Reviews:

My Path from East to West – Reminiscences, by Jehudo Epstein

“M’lo Omer”, by Arje Leib Zinz

Search Notices (1 ½ pages)

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Year 5 – Issue Nr. 20 – December 1929

The 12 Jewish Families who Received Privileges from Frederic the Great in 1744, by Elisabeth Kupka (3 ½ pages)

Our Archive, by Arthur Czellitzer, Continuation (9 pages)

Family-Historical Sources, by Otto Neumann (4 pages)

Letters by Jewish Merchants from the Years 1780 to 1805, located in the Municipal Archive of Dorpat, Estonia, as reported by Dr. N. Genss (1/2 page)

A Jewish Consistory in Bremen, by Max Markreich (1 ½ pages)

Book Reviews:

Joachim Edler von Popper, by Prof. Dr. Samuel Krauss

List of Deceased Persons of the Middle Moselle Communities from Windrich to Enkirch, by Hugo Friedmann

History of the Banking Family Gumpel from Hannover

Search Notices (2 pages)

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Year 6 – Issue Nr. 21 – March 1930

The Jewish Ancestry of Eduard Hanslick, by Bruno Kisch (2 pages)

Jews in Yugoslavia, by Lavoslaw Sik (Schick) (one page)

About the History of the Rome’s Jews, by Alfred Schumann (3 pages)

The descendants of Gerson Aschkenasi in Moravia, by Heinrich Flesch (2 pages)

Jewish Family Names in South India at the End of the 17th Century, by Arturo Bab (3 pages)

The Jewish Family in German Literature, by S. Blach (one page)

The Family Tree of the Family Badt, by the late Jakob Bähr (one page)

The Inheritance in the Blood – A Novel by Ludwig Lewisohn, presented by Dr. Arthur Czellitzer at a Meeting of the Society (5 ½ pages)

Search Notices (2 pages)

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Year 6 – Issue Nr. 22 – June 1930

About Jewish Life During the Previous Century, by Alderman Arthur Kronthal (14 pages)

The Knighted Families Jude and Judemann in Hessen, by Bruno Jacob (3 ½ pages)

Aron Isak, a Jewish Engraver 200 Years Ago, by Otto Neumann (3 ½ pages)

Family Names of Creole Jews, by Arthur Bab (6 ½ pages)

Search Notices (3 ½ pages)

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Year 6 – Issue Nr. 23 – September 1930

Aron Isak, a Jewish Engraver 200 Years Ago, by Otto Neumann, Conclusion (5 ½ pages)

About the Jewish Life During the Previous Century, by Alderman Arthur Kronthal,

Continuation (12 pages)

The Austrian Poets of Jewish Ancestry Moyses Dobruska – Franz Thomas von Schoenfeld and David Schőnfeld and David Dobruska – Emanuel Schőnfeld, by Leon Ruzicka (6 ½ pages)

Family Names of Creole Jews, by Arthur Bab, Continuation (2 pages)

The Family of Pope Anaklet II, by R. Silbergleit (1 ½ pages)

The Alleged Female Jewish Ancestor of the Hohenstaufen and of the Habsburger, by Arthur Csellitser (2 pages)

Search Notices (3 ½ pages)

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Year 6 –Issue Nr. 24 – December 1930

About Jewish Life during the Previous Century, by Alderman Arthur Kronthal, Conclusion (6 pages)

 Supplement to “The Family Names of Creole Jews”, by Arturo Bab (3 pages)

Guests at the Fair in Breslau – Jewish Visitors at the Fair and the Market in Breslau during the 17th Century, by Bernhard Brilling (3 ½ pages)

Family and Place Names, by Louis Lamm (3 ½ pages)

Spinoza’s Forbears, by Arthur Bab (1/2 page)

Search Notices (2 pages)

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Year 7 – Issue Nr. 25 – March 1931

 Family Names of Creole Jews, by Arthur Bab, Continuation (2 1/2 pages)

The Family Archive, its Construction and Management, Presentation by Ernst Wolff (5 ½ pages)

The Profession of Jews in the Grand Duchy Posen 100 Years ago, by Heinrich Kurtzig (4 ½ pages)

The Family Aronstein, by Fritz Aronstein (6 ½ pages)

Jewish Blood in “Arian” Nobility, by Max Markreich (1 ½ pages)

Inheritors Sought After

Search Notices (2 pages)

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Year 7 – Issue Nr. 26 – June 1931

 The Family Archive, its Construction and Management, Presentation by Ernst Wolff, Continuation (3 ½ pages)

To the Theme: Jewish Blood in “Arian” Nobility, by Ernst Kahn (1 ½ pages)

The Family Sachs and their Relatives in Glogau in the 17th and 18th century, by Semmy Sachs (5 ½ pages)

The Testament from Blixen – Remembering the Napoleonic Times, by Max Markreich (4 ½ pages)

The Naturalization and the Professions of Jews in the Province Posen 100 Years ago, by Arthur Kronthal (5 pages)

Guests at the Fair in Breslau – Jewish Visitors at the Fair and the Market in Breslau during the 17th Century, by Bernhard Brilling, Continuation (3 ½ pages)

Inheritors Sought After

Search Notices (2 pages)

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Year 7 – Issue Nr. 27 – September 1931

 The Family Archive, its Construction and Management, Presentation by Ernst Wolff, Conclusion (5 pages)

The Naturalization and the Professions of Jews in the Province Posen 100 Years ago, by Arthur Kronthal, Conclusion (6 ½ pages)

The Family Sachs and their Relatives in Glogau in the 17th and 18th century by Semmy Sachs, Conclusion (3 ½ pages)

The Modification of Jewish Names in Grevenbroich and Wickrath (Rhineland) in the Year 1808, by Bruno Kisch (6 pages)

Unknown Jewish Ancestors of Christian Scholars, by Sven Hedin (3 pages)

Search Notices (3 pages)

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Year 7 – Issue Nr. 28 – December 1931

Mohel Books as a Source for Family Research, by Josua Friedlaender (7 pages)

Guests at the Fair in Breslau – Jewish Visitors at the Fair and the Market in Breslau during the 17th Century, by Bernhard Brilling, Conclusion (6 pages)

The Family Tree of Prof. Albert Einstein (2 pages)

Gutman – Guzman, by Arthur Bab (One page)

Book Reviews:

Moses Mielziner 1828-1903, by Ella McKenna Friend Mielziner

History of the Family Hallo, by Dr. Rudolf Hallo

Don Joseph Nassi, Duke of Naxos, by Dr. Franz Jaffe

Search Notices (2 ½ pages)

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Year 8 – Issue Nr. 29 – March 1932

Guidelines of the German Society for Eugenics (One page)

Jewish Family Life in Today’s Palestine, by Arthur Czellitzer (8 ½ pages)

The First Jewish Physicians in Prussian Breslau, by Elisabeth Kupka (2 pages)

The Alleged Descendants of King David, by Arthur Bab (1 ½ pages)

Our Archive, by Arthur Czellitzer (6 ½ pages)

From the Testaments of Abraham Senior Teixeira, by A. Cassuto (One page)

Search Notices (2 pages)

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Year 8 –Issue Nr. 30 & 31 – September 1932

Jakob Herrman Mayer from Kuttenplan, by Alfred Grotte (2 pages)

Once more “Eduard Hanslicks Jewish Ancestry”, by Josef Sokoll (One page)

King David and the Families “Charlap” and “Don Jachija”, by Benzion Don Jachija-Donchin (5 pages)

Our Archive, by Arthur Czellitzer (10 pages)

The Mohel Book from the East Friesien Community Weener, by Max Markreich (8 ½ pages)

Search Notices (2 ½ pages)

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Year 8 – Issue Nr. 32 – December 1932

A Descent from King David to the Present day – The Family Charlap – Don Jachia, by Otto Neuman (10 ½ pages)

The Mohel Book from the East Friesien Community Weener, by Max Markreich, Conclusion (2 ½ pages)

Another Royal Family of Davidian Lineage, by Erich FREUTHAL (One page)

The 60 Most Frequent Jewish Family Names, by Georg Meyer – Erlach (3 pages)

Jewish Family Names – German Asset, by Leopold Moses, (3 pages)

Jewish Visitors at Fairs in Breslau during the 17th Century, By Bernhard Brilling (3 pages)

A Rare Case of Urban Residence (1/2 page)

Search Notices (2 pages)

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Year 9 – Issue Nr. 33 – March 1933

Genealogy in Connection with the Pedagogy of Healing, by Ernst Lewy (3 pages)

Jewish Visitors at Fairs in Breslau during the 17th Century, by Bernhard Brilling, Continuation (13 pages)

On the Origin of the Name “Wallach”, by M. Back (One page)

The Jewish Cemetery in Zűlz, by Arthur Czellitzer (1/2 page)

On the Ancestry of Franz Rosenzweig, by Dr. Lazarus Kassel (3 ½ pages)

The Family of Johann August Wilhelm Neander, by Dr. N. M. Nathan (2 pages)

Search Notices (4 pages)

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Year 9 – Issue Nr. 34 – June 1933

On the Origin of the German Jewish Names, by Gustav Samuel (5 ½ pages)

About R. Heyman Joel (1792 – 1845), by A. Eckstein (2 pages)

The Pedigree of Paul Ehrlich, the Conqueror of Syphilis

The Princely Bagratides Family of the House of David, by Paul Borchard (1 ½ pages)

Again the Name “Wallach” (6 ½ pages)

A Jewish Name Encyclopedia, by Ernst Lewy (One page)

Search Notices (5 pages)

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◊ This is part two; more to follow.Thanks to Henry Wellisch of Toronto for making the contents of this important journal available to English-language readers.  

Part 1, December 1924 to March 1929

Part 2, June 1929 to June 1933 (above) 

Part 3, 1934 to 1938

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