Judische Familienforschung, Part 3

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Contents of the Journal of the “Judische Familien Forschung,”Part 3

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Familienforschung2-fxdPart 1, December 1924 to March 1929

Part 2, June 1929 to June 1933

Part 3, 1934 to 1938 (below)

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Year 10 – Issue Nr. 35 – 1934

University History and Jewish Family Research, by Guido Kisch (8 pages)

Eugenics and Judaism, by Arthur Czellitzer (7 ½ pages)

The Origins of the Family Sachs, by S. Sachs (5 pages)

The Transformation of an Old-Biblical Name, by Max Golde (4 pages)

Judicial Councillor Dr. Alexander Dietz – In Memoriam

A Jewish Directory from the Year 1846

A Bibliography of the Jewish Family History, by Prof. Dr. Guido Kisch (1/2 page)

Search Notices (3 pages)

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Year 10 – Issue Nr. 36 – 1934

University History and Jewish Family Research, by Guido Kisch, Conclusion (4 ½ pages)

The Family-Historical Sources of the Archive of the Synagogue Community of Breslau, by Bernhard Brilling (2 ½ pages)

About the Tendency of a Return to the Family, a Presentation by Hanns Reissner (3 pages)

The Origins of the Family Sachs, by S. Sachs, Conclusion (4 ½ pages)

House Signs as Jewish Names, by Gustav Samuel (4 pages)

My Path to Genealogy, by Ernst Lewy (One page)

Search Notices (5 pages)

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Year 10 – Issue Nr. 37 – 1934

The Family-Historical Sources of the Archive of the Synagogue Community of Breslau, by Bernhard Brilling, Conclusion (2 ½ pages)

From the Gallery of Ancestors of Salomon Hermann Mosenthal, by Felix Lazarus (3 pages)

20 Generations in Direct Line from 1340 to the Present, by Isack Münz (2 pages)

Mohel Book from Bremen, by Max Markreich (6 pages)

Modern Thoughts in the Ancient Jewish Rights of Farmers, by Arnold Kurzmann (6 pages)

Jewish Names in Hannover, by Willi Schragenheim (2pages)

Search Notices (3 pages)

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Year 11 – Issue Nr. 38 – 1935

Worldly Wisdom through Five Generations- Family Documents on Jewish Cultural History, by Helmuth Hirsch (9 pages)

The Family History of Rabbi Akiba Wertheimer, by Willy Aron (2 pages)

The Ancestors of Rudolf Mosse, by Otto Neumann (4 ½ pages)

Book Reviews:

The Ancestors of Theodor Herzl on his Father’s and his Mother’s Side, by Paul J. Diamant

The History of the Jewish Community in Kleinheubach am Main, by Gottlieb Wagner, retired Parson

Search Notices (5 pages)

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Year 11 – Issue Nr. 39 – 1935

Visitors at Fairs in Breslau (1651-1738) by Rabbi Bernhard Brilling (7 pages)

The Ancestors of Rudolf Mosse, by Otto Neumann, Conclusion (3 pages)

Book Inscriptions and Family Knowledge, by Louis Lamm (4 pages)

The Feminine Surplus of the Jewish Population of Germany, by Albert J. Phiebig (2 pages)

Our Collection of Family Charts, by Arthur Czellitzer (2 pages)

Book Reviews:

The Family Chart of the Children of Lőw Weill in Kippenheim, by Berthold Rosenthal

Search Notices (3 pages)

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Year 12 – Issue Nr. 40 – 1936

Private Letters as Sources of Jewish Family Research, by Guido Kirsch (9 pages)

Visitors at Fairs in Breslau (1651-1738) by Rabbi Bernhard Brilling, Conclusion (2 pages)

To the History of the Family Kremnitzer – Kalischer – Kalisch, by Paul Kalisch (10 ½ pages)

Our Archive, by Arthur Czellitzer, Continuation (5 pages)

Book Reviews:

“Die Eichengrüns – Tt the Same Time a Contribution to the History of Westphalia Jews” by Gustav Eichengrün

Search Notices (3 pages)

On the Rescue of Jewish Cultural Assets, from Dr. Abraham Scharon Schwadron

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Year 12 – Issue Nr. 41 – 1936

The Ancestors of Paul Ehrlich, by Gerd Knoche (3 ½ pages)

Supplement to “The Family Kalischer”, by Paul Kalisch (3 ½ pages)

Our Archive, by Arthur Czellitzer, Continuation (8 pages)

The Family of the Engraver Michael Lőser (1728-1812) at Landsberg on the Warthe, by Egon Flatow (3 pages)

Search Notices (3 pages)

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Year 12 – Issue Nr. 42 – 1936

The Family of the Engraver Michael Lőser (1728-1812) at Landsberg on the Warthe, by Egon Flatow, Continuation (5 pages)

A New Source for Family Research, by A. Posner (2 pages)

A Mohel Book from Upper Silesia, by Heinrich Lőwe (3 pages)

The Family Siebenschein – History of a Moravian Jewish Family, by L. Moses (7 pages)

The Numbering of Persons in Descendant tables according to the Decimal System, by Julius Wronkow (3 ½ pages)

Book Reviews:

Five Hundred Years of Family History, recorded by Ludwig Herz

The Six Hundred Year Old History of the Family Gans, constructed by Ludwig Herz

Search Notices (4 pages)

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Year 12 – Issue Nr. 43 – November 1936

Special Edition on the Occasion of the Exhibition

“OUR ANCESTORS”

Organized by the Jewish Museum Berlin

Jointly with the General Archive of the Jews of Germany and our Society

CATALOGUE

PORTRAITS

Personalities (15 pages)

Genealogical Tables with Pictures (9 items)

Cultural Items, Household items etc.

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Year 13 – Issue Nr. 44 – 1937

 To the History of the Register of Personal Status with the Jews

(With Special Consideration for Silesia) by Bernhard Brilling (12 pages)

The Family Siebenschein – History of a Moravian Jewish Family, by L. Moses (5 pages)

The Family Chalfan, by Bernt Engelmann (2 pages)

How does Family Research lead to Historical Research? By Toni Oelsner (6 pages)

A Jewish painter Leone Bassevi from Verona, by Bruno Kisch (1 ½ pages)

Book Reviews:

History of the Jews of the Community Venningen – The Family Teutsch 1590 – 1936, by Albert Teutsch

Gedenkbuch (Memorial Book), published by the Jewish Central Museum for Moravia – Silesia, Nikolsburg

Search Notices (3 pages)

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Year 13 – Issue Nr. 45 – 1937

Once More: List of Frankfurt Jews from the Year 1802 by Ada Heinemann (6 pages)

The Jews in Glogau, by Louis Lamm (2 ½ pages)

The Family BICH (BIACH) – Feilbogen, by Heinrich Flesch (3 pages)

The Genealogical Table of a Jewish Family in Germany

Ascher ben Aron Lämle (Lehmann) and his descendants, by Julian Lehmann (4 pages)

About the Numbering of Descendants, by Julius Wronkow (one page)

Book Reviews:

The History of the Family Seligmann 1680 – 1930, by Dr. Ludwig Herz

History of the Jews in Berlin and in the Mark, by Prof. Eugen Wolbe

Search Notices (3 pages)

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Year 13 – Issue Nr. 46 – 1937

 On the Knowledge of Priestly and Levy Families and Names, by Gustav Samuel (6 pages)

Again: List of Frankfurt Jews from the Year 1802 by Ada Heinemann, Continuation (8 pages)

Our Archive, by Arthur Czellitzer (6 pages)

Book Reviews:

History of the Jews in Moravia in the Middle Ages, 1st Part, to the Year 1350, by Berthold Bretholz

Search Notices (2 pages)

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Year 13 – Issue Nr. 47 – 1937

Jewish Names in North America ( A Review of the 10th Chapter of “ The American Language” by H. L. Mencken, 4th Edition, Published by Alfred A. Knopf, 1936, by Wilfred Cohn Hulse (7 pages)

The Name Remak, by Arthur Kronthal (4 pages)

How my Grandfather Received a Work Permit in Saxony, by Max Wollsteiner (2 pages)

Again: List of Frankfurt Jews from the Year 1802 by Ada Heinemann, Continuation (6 ½ pages)

Search Notices (3 ½ pages)

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Year 14 – Issue Nr. 48 – 1938

(Special Notice)
To All Readers!

We are asking that, when households in circles of families and friends are dissolved, care should be taken that none of the materials which can be of use for family research are destroyed. Family stories and chronicles, old letters and records of certain events, lists of children and other entries in prayer books, should be sent to the collecting centre of the Archive of the Society for Family Research.


On the History of the Family Eger – Gans – Gansmann, by Walther Meyer (7 pages)

An Example for a Jewish Family Statistic, by Albert Phiebig (5 pages)

The 50 Highest Assessed Jews in Groningen in the year 1812, by Dr. H. P. Coster (3 pages)

To the History of the Community Niederursel, by Walter Carow (one page)

The Family Names of the Jews of Italy, by Samuel Schärf (2 pages)

Search Notices (5 pages)

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Year 14 – Issue Nr. 49 – 1938

On the History of the Family Eger – Gans – Gansmann, by Walther Meyer, Continuation (7 pages)

The Family Names of the Jews of Italy, by Samuel Schärf, Conclusion (3 ½ pages)

A Contributing Article to Biblical Genealogy, by Otto Neumann (4 ½ pages)

The “Unification of the Family Eger” by Arthur Posner (4 pages)

Search Notices (3 pages)

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Year 14 – Issue Nr. 50 – 1938

On the History of the Family Eger, by Walther Meyer, Continuation (5 1/2 pages)

A Contributing Article to Biblical Genealogy, by Otto Neumann, Continuation (6 ½ pages)

The Participants on the Family Day “Eger” in March 1913, by Arthur Posner (2 pages)

The Oldest Grave Stones of the Cemetery in Zülz [1691-1741] (6 pages)

Search Notices (3 pages)


General Register of the First Ten Years of Publication

Issue 10 to 37 inclusive

Register of Authors (4 pages)

Register of Subjects (7 pages)

Register of Names (5 pages)


General Register of Issues 38 to 50 inclusive

Register of Authors (1 ½ Pages)

Register of Subjects (2 ½ pages)

Register of Names (5 pages)

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Note: This special notice appeared in the Judische Familien Forschung in 1936, issue 41, as conditions were worsening for Jews in Germany and many were planning to leave.

ON THE RESCUE OF JEWISH CULTURAL ASSETS

The current circumstances require the dissolution of numerous households especially, but not exclusively, those of emigrants. On this occasion only, according to experience, a relatively small part of movable property will be taken along or used.

A great deal of apparent worthless material is being destroyed. In truth, among the ballast which is being destroyed, there are important Jewish cultural assets, especially old manuscripts, letters and pictures.

The “Division for Autographs and Portraits” of the National and University Library in Jerusalem (Collection Schwadron) systematically collects manuscripts and autographical documents (letters, notes, articles etc) and graphic portraits (lithographic prints, photogravures, engravings etc.) of prominent personalities of Jewish ancestry within and without Judaism.

Every reader of this appeal, who believes that he is in possession of appropriate material is being asked to send it directly to Mr. Abraham Schwadron, Hebrew University , Jerusalem, or to the Collection Centre for the Hebrew National and University Library, Berlin , Meineke Strasse 10.

A general publication of this request is urgently required among all circles of your acquaintance. ♦

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◊ This is the third of three parts. 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 

Part 3, 1934 to 1938 (above)

 

 

 

 

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