Rabbi Israel Nobel’s Eulogies
Burials in Schneidemühl
13 July 1915 — 31 May 1939
The following is a brief extract of an unsigned list was discovered in the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People in Jerusalem, [file rec. Nr. INV./ 947(2)], and was subsequently indexed and translated.Jerusalem 1959
Born 1841 Died 27 February 1915 (13 Adar 5675),
seventy-four years old.
Was Repräsentant (representative), two daughters, one son.
|ARNDT, Hermann. Born 1854. Died 30 October 1923 (20 Heschvan 5684). Fifty years ago he took over his father’s business; was very active in the Chevra Kadisha.|
|ARNOLD, Lewin. Born 1849. Died 19 August 1924 (21 Av 5684), the day before, on 18 August, he turned seventy-five years old; was married for forty-five years; co-founder of the Chevra Kadisha, long-time member of the Repräsentanten, and a member of the butchers’ guild; one son is in a Russian prison camp.|
|ARONSTEIN, Friederieke, née Markwald. Born 1843 in Schneidemühl. Died 2 February 1923 (5685), eighty years old; married for thirty-five years; two children.|
|BAUMANN, Bertha. Born 1878 in Schneidemühl. Died 4 November 1932 (5 Heshvan 5693), fifty-four years old. Wife of Max Baumann, now Berlin, married since 1901. The separation from Schneidemühl was difficult for her.|
|BERG, Gustav. Born
1841 in Filehne. Died 10 April 1922 (12 Nissan 5682),
eighty-one years old.
His wife had died thirty years ago; the funeral was on Erev Pesach (12 April 1922).
|BIEBER, Helene. Died
Friday night, 8 June 1923 (25 Sivan 5683), buried
Sunday, 10 June 1923.
Is survived by an eighty-year-old father and siblings.
|BILSKI, Gertrud, née Goetze, from Bromberg. Died 11 July 1915 (29 Tammuz 5675), buried Wednesday, 14 July 1915.|
|BRANN, Hermann. Born
in Lobsens. Died/was buried on Friday, 10 March 1916 (5
Adar II 5676).
Lived five years in Schneidemühl.
|BROMBERG, Taterka. No dates. Suffering for ten years; was the second wife; further details missing.|
|COHN, Walter. Died on 2 November 1918 (27 Heshvan 5678) in military hospital Friedrichsgarten. …transporting the Unterofficier (corporal) Walter Cohn, Artillerie Regiment 84, (from Berlin-Schöneberg, Grunewaldstr. 23, on 4 November 1918 to the railway station.|