Eger Religious


~ Jewish Community Establishment ~

The Jewish community was founded in 1841 and initially belonged to the rabbinate of Verpelet. In 1847, the congregation had 240 members. In 1850, the congregation was given the rights of maintaining the registers. The nearby villages of Füzesabony, Maklár and Szarvaskõ belonged to the community too.

The first rabbi of the community was Rabbi Joseph Hirsch WEISS, born in Nyitra county. He arrived in Eger in 1846, at the age of 40, as the orthodox representative of the dominant oberlander (free spirit) movement. He strongly objected to the earnest spirit of the Chasidic movement and to any religious reforms.
  • His son, Rabbi Aharon WEISE, was one of the founders of the Conservative Jewish Theological Seminary in New York.

  • His grandson, Stephen S. WISE, a Reform Rabbi, was a pioneer of American Zionism.
In the first two decades of the Eger congregation's existence, the staff members were: M. H. Deputy GOLDZIEHER, vice-rabbi and dyan, Josef STILLER, religion teacher, B. FLASHNER and Hermann LISSER, shachters (religious slaughterers) and Jacob SCHWARCZ, shamas (synagogue caretaker of day-to-day affairs).

Religious life and activity played an important role in everyday life. The Jewish community, like a political community, tied people together not only by religion, but also acted as a platform for everyday life. Among its responsibilities, were ceremonial, cultural and humanitarian tasks and the administrative affairs of the Jews living in the settlement. Elected officials dealt with the tasks of the community and if needed, represented the members. Its autonomy was somewhat limited, defined by the local authorities.

The nationwide rabbinical congress that was held in Budapest, in 1868-69, was where Jewish community representatives were to talk about national representation and modernization, but it caused the division of Hungarian Jewry into the three movements of Status Quo Ante, Neolog (reform) and Orthodox (traditional). The so-called Status Quo Ante, especially incorporating those living in the cities, wanted to keep the existing situation. The so-called Neolog, wanted modernization. The Orthodox Jews, mainly those living in small villages and towns, wanted no change; moreover, they wanted any changes that had been done until then, to be deleted and withdrawn. The community leader and founder, Stephen SCHWARCZ, delivered a speech before attending the congress on the religious interests, modernization verses traditional, for the Eger community (he wanted both of them). His speech can be found in the Hungarian Jewish Archives. The beautiful and legible four-page handwritten speech, very well reflects what emancipation meant for him and his community, however, it also shows his aversions against modernization and his adherence to autonomy and traditions.

Local Jews chose the Status Quo Ante format after the Congress. In 1877, a small, more traditionalist group, numbering about thirty-five and led by Rabbi Joseph WEISS, who had been holding on to the Orthodox traditions, seceded. The reason for the final separation, was probably due the dispute around the new rabbi's appointment, after the death of Rabbi Josef Hirsch WEISS. The majority wanted a modern rabbi who had graduated from Rabbinical Seminary, while the minority still wanted to see a traditional rabbi at the head of the community. Members of the Orthodox community were mainly from the stratum of simple people, retailers, craftsmen, but there were also some wealthy people among them.

The community ran a synagogue in a room in the steam mill, constructed and made available by, István SCHWARCZ. In 1879, after the death of the chief rabbi, the community had a vast dispute over the person to replace the deceased rabbi and this led to the permanent separation. The more or strict traditional Jews, established the autonomous Orthodox community. The former synagogue and school remained in the hands of Status Quo Ante community. The Orthodox had their synagogue built at the corner of Káptalan street. Today, the former synagogue building still stands on Kossuth Lajos street. It had functioned as a furniture store for a while and since then, it has been an exhibition hall. Remnants of the synagogue's fresco still remain on the wall.

The Status Quo Ante Community

The first rabbi of this community was Rabbi J. M. KOHN. Besides his name, no other information has been found about him.

In 1888, the young Rabbi Dr. Miksa (Maximilian) SCHWARCZ was appointed as rabbi. He graduated from the Hungarian Rabbinical Seminar in Budapest in the same year.
  • The Orthodox communities did not recognize this university;

  • The Neolog and Status Quo rabbis studied at the Pazmany Peter University in Budapest.
Rabbi SCHWARCZ's investiture was described in detail in the Egyenlõség weekly. He was received in the lobby of the synagogue by Rabbi J. MARGITTAI, the deputy rabbi, who welcomed him with a Hebrew speech. In the assembly, he was greeted by Dr. Soma SCHÖNBERGER, as well as county and city officials, who were also in attendance. Catholic clerics were unable to attend because they were commemorating the jubilee of Pope Leo XIII.

At the 100-person banquet, in the name of the youth, vice president Armin ROTSCHILD, teacher Lazar MÜLLER, Soma FISCHER, Dr. Mor ALFOLDI, Ignac KLEIN, Mano BARNA and Sandor SCHWARTZ gave toasts. Rabbi SCHWARCZ had written his doctoral thesis about the life and work of the once rabbi of Buda, Rabbi Efraim KOHEN.

In 1896, the following were officers of the community: Ferenc PRESZLER (president), Dezso KÁNITZ (vice-president), Ferenc SPIELER (controller), Mór BREUER (cashier) and József ROSENBERG, Miksa SALAMON, Dr. Soma SCHÖNBERGER, Jakab KOHN, József BRAUN, Aldermen Zsigmond CZEISLER and Arnold GREINER (trustees).

Rabbi SCHWARCZ served until his death, in 1902.

In 1904, the empty rabbi's position was given to Dr. Lázár SCHWEIGER, who was born in Nagytapolcsány and whose father, Rabbi Yitzhak SCHWEIGER, was the leader of the famous Nagytapolcsány yeshiva and the author of the homiletical work, known by the title, Yitzhak's Blessing.

The officers at that time were: Dezso KÁNITZ of Nagyecsér (president) and Zsigmond WEINBERGER and Lajos UNGERLEIDER (vice-presidents). Some time later, the school principal was Ignác KERTÉSZ.

Rabbi Dr. Lázár SCHWEIGER conducted his studies in Frankfurt and in the university of Bern. He was pursuing a wide-range scientific work in the field of ethnology and ethno (folk) psychology. His name got wide acclaim in scientific circles with his studies in this field. His works, written in Hungarian, were published in Etnográfia, a publication of the Hungarian National Museum. He wrote his books basically in two languages, in Hungarian and German. In 1905, he participated in a packaged tour to the Holy Land. His experiences and observances during that tour, in the wake of social reconstruction, made him a zealous supporter and his opinion was often communicated in his synagogue speeches. He was a very well-educated person, beyond his studied knowledge and he spoke 5-6 languages. He was a regular lecturer at the Vienna Academy of Sciences and well-received special guest of Dr. József SAMASSA, Archbishop of Eger. In the 1920s, he returned to Nyitra (his birthplace) and later, he was deported, together with his wife, and both perished in Auschwitz.

The wife of Rabbi SCHWEIGER had a wide-range of social activities outside of Hungary as well. She was a founding member of National Council of Women. She was the first woman, in the world, to receive the Silver Medal of the International Red Cross, on the Great War Ribbon (with military sash). She participated in European congresses of WIZO (Women's International Zionist Organization) and later took part in the rescue of Jewish children formed by the Aliyat Hanoar organization.

"Babci" (née SCHWEIGER) FÁBER, of Wellington, New Zealand, remembered Rabbi SCHWEIGER, her father, with the following words in 1975: "My grandfather led a famous yeshiva in Nagytapolcsány. I heard that his name is inscripted in gold in the book of first Zionists. In 1904, my father arrived in Eger with limited knowledge of the Hungarian language, but with an established scientific name known world-wide. He brought many new innovations into the lives of the Jewish youth of Eger. Not only did he teach religious philosophy, but also modern biblical interpretations. He had been teaching constantly. He would give explanations about a rare flower, then about an interesting poem and then about a complex biblical situation. In his speeches and his private conversations, he liked to use little stories, so-called "moseleks."

"He was a humorous, cheerful man. At home he would sing arias (operatic pieces), Jewish folk songs and prayer melodies. He had a very rich collection of those. He taught his pupils with a modern world outlook. Every Sunday, he escorted his disciples to the mountains to places such as Eged, Várhegy (Castle Hill), Szarvaskõ, Mónosbél or Szilvásvárad. He also supported poor students financially, even after his wealth had been robbed by the war and he had to live on his meager rabbi's salary. Each meal was shared with at least one poor student which was called kosztos (charity????). During World War I, many religious Jews of Szatmar and Máramaros regiments were stationed in Eger. My father managed to make an agreement with the Ministry of Defense that they could run a strict Orthodox kosher kitchen. I still recall a wartime Seder which many hundreds of soldiers participated. In Jerusalem, in the Meá Söarim (the religious part of Jerusalem), I have talked to people who had been pulled out of marching regiments by my father with different excuses and thus, saved their lives. He was referred to as 'micve-milloner' in Eger."

The Orthodox Jewish Community

In 1877, the Eger orthodox community was founded with 300 members. In 1911, the rabbi was Rabbi Simon SCHREIBER and the founders were József BRUNNER and Dániel REISS. The officers were: István SCHWARTZ (president), Márton NEUMANN (president of Chevrah Kadisha), Kálmán BAUER and Mrs. Setét SÁNDOR (presidents of Maskil el Dor) and Mrs. Kálmán BAUER (chairman, Friends of Children).

They chose their first and only rabbi, Rabbi Simon SCHREIBER, the world famous "Chatam Szofer," grandson of the rabbi of Pozsony (Pressov, Bratislava) and K'Táv SZOFER's son. According to unwritten tradition, half of the community went to greet the rabbi in Pozsony, the rest of the community members received him with a group of nicely decorated horses at the railway station of Eger. When the chief rabbi entered the synagogue the first time, the building was filled with his disciples standing silent, to duly respect him.

Before Rabbi SCHREIBER was elected to the seat of the Chief Rabbi in Eger, he had been in Russia where he had the chance to get to know the Chasidism. He was not as opposed to this national movement as his predecessor, but he jealously guarded the so-called oberlander spirit of his kehilah (congregation).

The new chief rabbi was received by Rabbi Yisrael WEXLER and Rabbi Yitzhak KAFF in the temple. The rabbi enjoyed an unlimited respect from his followers. He delivered droshes (speeches) twice a year, once on the Shabbos (Sabbath) before Yom-Kippur and once on the day before Pesach. He only went to the synagogue on high holidays. He led the famous yeshivah and conducted daily prayers on weekdays and Shabbos together with his disciples in the Bet Hamidrash. Young men from all parts of the country were studying in his yeshivah. The knowledgable rabbi was working a lot on publishing his father's and his grandfather's works. The results of his research were published anonymously, modest enough for his personality, in his three-volume works titled, Encouraging to Tshuva and Heavenly Song. In his last years, when his eye sight was failing, he had the texts to be studied read for him and was making his comments based on their reading.

Basic Community Bylaws

In accordance with a decree in 1888, Jewish religious institutions could only be set up after their bylaws had been approved by the Minister of Religion and Public Education. The Eger Jewish community bylaws can be found in both the Heves County archives and the Hungarian Jewish Archives (in handwritten and printed form). There were only minor differences between the Status Quo Ante and Orthodox communities' bylaws. Their basic goals were the same, namely, "operating and enhancing the religious ritual, educational and charity institutions" of the community they support. Both congregations operated in the spirit of Shulchan Aruch (16th century Jewish governing statues). They also agreed to maintain the institutions such as synagogues, schools, matzo bakery for Passover, kosher butcher and a kosher slaughterhouse. The Orthodox community undertook operating a mikvah (ritual bathhouse) as well.

Sources of income were the same for both communities, from annual dues for seat rentals, salaries, donations and other charges. People leaving the community had to pay their contribution for an additional five years. The structures were the same, but there was a difference in the number of people in the managing institutions, thanks to the different number of people the communities. The Status Quo Ante congregation had the schooling responsibility and a school board. The paid employees were the same, but a separate person maintained the Orthodox registers while in the Status Quo Ante community, it was the task of the rabbi to fill in those records. There were major differences in religious life, despite that the Status Quo Ante temple had the signs of orthodoxy, for example, the bimah (Torah reading table) was situated in the middle of the sanctuary. Members of the Status Quo Ante congregation were not as strictly observant of Shabbos as the others - their shops stayed open and separation between men and women in the sanctuary, was not strictly observed.

Religious Civil Organizations

One of the main pillars of Jewish community life was the comity between people, by practicing charity, care and love; roles filled by the following societies associated with the Eger congregations.

  • The Chevra Kadisha (Sacred Association or Burial Association), was first established in 1843, as an organization independent from the religious communities, but aligned closely with them. A member could be any married man who had paid the admission fee.

    The Chevra founding members were: Lajos GREINER, István SCHWARTZ, Illés KOHN, Jakab BRÓDY, Áron METZNER, Sámuel BINÉT , Jakab MÁRKUSZ, Wolf SCHWARCZ, Ábrahám BERGER, Zachariás WEISZMANN and Dávid SCHWARCZ. Also, Rabbi Yehoshua HÁKOHÉN, of the neighboring Verpelét community, had been deeply involved in the foundation of the Chevra.

    The basic purposes of the Chevra Kadisha, as indicated in the basic rules, are:

    • Supporting the poor, the particularly poor;
    • Curing poor Jewish patients in hospitals or in their homes (the latter also being provided with the necessary drugs);
    • Visiting all patients (poor or not) and vigil;
    • Performing the usual rituals on the dead and/or on the dying;
    • Carrying out what the deceased have ordered in their final wills; and
    • Taking care of the Jewish cemetery.

    In 1851, the Chevra had already lent 1,600 Hungarian Forints to the community for building a synagogue. The first synagogue's size was 36 feet x 75 feet (11.91 meters x 24.88 meters), the original plot size being 4,500 square feet (502 m2). It was transformed into a Jewish Culture House in 1925. The building still stands on Hibay Károly Street, as an exhibition hall.

    The number of members of this association was 265 in 1897 (38 of whom from other nearby settlements) and in 1944, the number of members was 217. Sources of income of the Chevra were from membership fees, yearly dues, donations, cemetery maintenance fees, hospital revenue, foundations and other fund-raising efforts and taxes reported. On the expenditure side, were the salaries of doctors, notaries, acting salaries, hospital and funeral/burial expenses, the cost of medicine and other miscellaneous expenses including special assistance. Most of the money was spent on setting up and running the hospital.

    In 1869, the Chevra decided to set up a separate hospital, for which the first donation of 1,000 Hungarian Forints came from István SCHWARCZ. In 1884, the hospital became operational, which, as the one in Gyöngyös, also operated as an asylum and old people's home. Dr. Dávid SCHWARCZ, MD., donated 500 Hungarian Forints and the Jewish Women's Association donated 2,000 Hungarian Forints towards the operating costs of the hospital. It stood on Maklári road, later on Vécsey street. Yearly payment of the doctor fees for treating the poor patients was 100-200 Hungarian Forints. Before the hospital was founded, the Chevrah had been paying a yearly salary of 300 Hungarian Forints to a midwife, whose task had been to help poor pregnant women. Until the end of the 19th century, Dr. KRÁMER, Dr. Dávid BRÜNAUER, Dr. Soma SCHÖNBERGER, Dr. Dávid SCHWARCZ, Dr. Soma BAUER and Dr. Ambró BRÜNAUER had been doctors of the association.

    The female deceased could only be prepared for burial by women, who were appointed by the officers. Membership in the Chevrah had mainly religious advantages, as they could get burial places in a separate part of the cemetery dedicated to them, the Kaddish (the memorial prayer) was said for them, their names were carved into a plaque—all for free or at a discounted fee. The Chevra was responsible for taking care of the cemetery/graves and the price, as defined in the bylaws, was based upon the deceased's age, residence and the membership of the deceased (in the Chevra or not).

    Considering the situation in Eger, the president of the Chevrah was elected from one of the Eger Jewish communities in the first year and from another Jewish community in the following year. The ratio of the other officers of the Chevra were equally split between the communities.

    Over time, the provisions concerning personal responsibilities and duties had to be modified, because more and more people withdrew from it. Also, services gradually were taken over by paid staff, such as vigil, washing and dressing the deceased. The Chevra poor orphan charity society members helped poor unmarried females with marriage gifts worth 50-250 Hungarian Forints. In 1879, after the big flood, a special allowance of 450 Hungarian Forints was distributed by the Chevra to those who had suffered.

    In 1898, the Chevra Association commemorated its 55th anniversary of its founding with a major celebration and banquet. During the 200 person banquet, an important decision was made to establish an elderly people's home, for the sake of which 1,300 Hungarian Forints was raised on the spot, by the participants. Collectively, at that banquet, they decided that "the elderly people's home is intended for the poor and aged, with no or limited means or are ineligible for care at home; also, Chevra members or their relatives, as well as special cases for members of local societies, can not find admission or care elsewhere."

    The Chevra, from the date of its establishment in 1841 until 1944, had 944 members. In 1925, a new and larger mortuary was built. The Chevrah Kadisha ceased to exist in 1950 and the city government of Eger assumed responsibility for the cemetery. Today, a foundation has been established to maintain the cemetery, click HERE to contact me concerning the foundation. (please put "Eger Foundation" in the subject line of your e-mail.)

  • The Jewish Women's Association of Eger was registered in 1878 with 320 founding members. Its president was Mrs. Mór ALFÖLDI. In 1944, it had 167 members. The goals of the association were "to provide care, allowance, final respects to the poor, provide care to ill women or provide care to, or facilitate the marriage of, orphaned girls.

    The Jewish Women's Association practiced its charity by financially supporting poor families, facilitating the marriages of girls of poorer fate and helping to clothe poor students. Their main source of income was, besides membership fees, was money raised from occasional entertainment and yearly banquets. From these cultural events, the artistic violin performances of Eta PRESZLER and the velvet baritone of Samu FEKETE, forever stays in the minds of the survivors of the Shoah (Holocaust).

    The association presidents of the past century were the wife of Jónás LÁZÁR and after the World War II, the wife of Dr. Henrik CZIGLER, MD. (chief medical officer of the city) and Adolf REINER worked with enthusiasm, achieving good results, in meeting the objectives of the association."

  • The Jewish Patronage Association of Eger was registered in 1917, under the presidency of Alfréd KAUFMANN and its members numbered 300. The association dealt with taking care of orphaned Jewish children in state asylums or municipal shelters and placing them with willing families, for a matching rate with an educational placement deal. The bylaws of the association are lost. Many children, raised by the so-called Penny-Association and the Patronage Association, became good craftsmen, officers, reputable doctors and engineers.

    In most of the cases, they could be placed with Jewish families for due payment and thus, their appropriate upbringing and education was ensured. The president of the association, Ignác SCHWARCZ, a toy merchant, worked tirelessly in this endeavor. He was supported by the association's secretary, Sándor FISCHER.

    More than one charity operated in Eger. They provided loans, without interest, to those in need. The Orthodox community had a savings fund, to support poor women with free bath tickets.

  • The Maskil el Dol Association of Eger was registered in 1877 with 72 members. In 1940, the number dropped to 53. When it was founded, its president was Imre KORNSTEIN. The Maskil el Dol Association was the Orthodox alternative to the Chevrah association.

  • The Jewish Penny-Association of Eger was registered in 1898. Its president was the wife of Ármin ROTSCHILD and its members numbered 415. In 1944, it had dropped to 254. The goal of the association was "to provide food to those local students of primary and secondary schools who are poor." They financed not only Jewish children, but also several children of the Christian population. Children could eat at the not totally free, but very cheap, kitchen. In order to achieve their goals, they organized different kinds of cultural events and banquets. The high number of members shows that they had the total support of the Jewish communities. Each year, 55 poor children ate at the kitchen, whom, without the support of the association, could not have continued their education. The kitchen operated at the corner of Kovács János street and was led by the aunt of all students, "Aunt Julia," the widowed wife of Mór KOHN.


The Jewish Elementary School

The Jewish elementary school in Eger served as a fundamental pillar of education towards life for the Jewish children. People remember their teachers with warmth. The elementary school principal, József KORÁNYI, was born in Pered in 1895. He earned his teacher's degree in Budapest and after graduation, he had been working in Tolna county. He moved to Eger in 1921, where he was principal of the Jewish elementary school until 1932. During World War I, he had been fighting on the Serbian, Russian and Albanian fronts for 42 months and was injured three times. He was discharged as a Lieutenant and was awarded the Kaiser and King Injury Medal for his wounds. He played an active role in the town's social life as the head of several associations. His wife was Rózs FREIDMANN.

In 1923, the following teachers were teaching in the Jewish People's School of Eger: Adolf BEIDERMANNN, Dezso KOMLÓS, József KORÁNYI, Olga BIEDERMANN.

Source (portions):
Egri zsidó polgárok - A history of the Jews of Eger, Hungary, before and during the Holocaust
Copyright ©2004 by Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.

The Encyclopedia of Jewish Life Before and During the Holocaust, (2001), p. 355.

Magyar Zsidó Almanac. Szerk. Patai József. Bp. 1911


General Map of Eger c. 1910
Map: Copyright ©2010 by Marshall J. KATZ,
Permission granted for use on this KehilaLink page.


If you have Google Earth installed on your computer, once the program starts, click the "Fly to" tab and copy and paste the coordinates below into the space provided. Then click the search button to "fly there."

First Synagogue:    47°54'9.80"N 20°22'44.13"E

Orthodox Synagogue:    47°54'7.96"N 20°22'49.80"E

Cemetery:    47°53'16.92"N 20°22'18.57"E

NOTE:     The Grand synagogue was on corner of Hibay Károly and Kossuth Lajos Streets, nearby the other synagogues. Today, the Unicornis Restaurant occupies the property.

If you don't have Google Earth installed on your computer, click the Google Earth image below to see a screen capture of a satellite view of Eger that shows the location of the cemetery and synagogue.
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~ Eger Synagogues ~

Status Quo Ante

The Status Quo community used the Grand Synagogue (pictured below). Its president was Dezso KÁNITZ. The rabbis were: Dr. Lázár SCHWEIGER (1902-1931) and Emil ROTH (1932-1936) and the last one was Zoltán RÁCZ (1937-1942), who was a survivor.

The new synagogue of the congregation, a building that was initiated by Dezso KÁNITZ of Nagyecsér, was built by the architect Lipót BAUMHORN. It was unveiled on 13 September 1913. The same monumental style was applied as on BAUMHORN's other masterpiece, the synagogue of Szeged, although on a smaller scale.

People who earned special merit in connection with the construction of the building were: Dezso KÁNITZ of Nagyecsér (President of community), Chief Rabbi Dr. Lázár SCHWEIGER, Ignác UNGÁR, Mór ALFÖLDI, Zsigmond CZEISLER, Manó IRTÉNYIU, Jakab GROSZ, Lipót KÁNITZ, Ödön KÁNITZ and his wife, Bernát KNÖPFLER (Honorary President of the community), Ferenc PRESSLER, Péter RÉVÉSZ, Miksa SALOMON, Sándor SETÉT, Dr. Soma SCHWARCZ, Lajos UNGERLEIDER, Zsigmond WEINBERGER, Fülöp WEISZ, Bernát BUCHHALTER, Dr. Soma SCHOSSBERGER and Jeno POLATSIK.

The construction commenced in 1911 and was finished in August of 1913. The sacrament of shabbos was strictly observed during construction. Its cost was 300,000 Koronas, to which, the Ministry of Religion and Education contributed with major loans and help. Private persons contributed 15,000 Koronas and people were buying banks of seats in the temple, with an additional 51,000 Koronas.

The commemoration of the building ceremony included, besides representatives of the nearby communities, Lord Lieutenant Zoltán KÁLLAY, Lieutenant Viktor MAJZIK, Mayor Dezso JANKOVICH, the main judge, several representatives of the Roman Catholic Church, two pastors of the Reformed Church, the town's chief notary, high-ranking officers, principal of the Cistercite secondary school, principal of the state elementary school and other court judges participated. The unveiling speech was delivered by Chief Rabbi of Budapest, Dr. Simon HEVESI. He was supported by the Chief Cantor of Budapest, Szável OUARTIN, together with his choir. The building was demolished in the 1960s and the Unikornis Hotel was built on its plot.

Orthodox

The Orthodox community had its own synagogue (pictured below). The chief rabbi was Simon SCHREIBER or SZOFER (it means the same in German and Hebrew, but SCHREIBER was used officially in Hungary).

His son, Rabbi SCHREIBER, was the dayan (religious judge). Moses SCHREIBER and Ignac (Yizchak) KAFF were vice-rabbis. Rabbi KAFF died in 1929, at the age of 84. The last notary of the congregation was Dezso BLASZ, the schochet (religious slaughterer) was David BILITZER and the Kosher butcher was Dezso BOROS.


Source (portions):
Egri zsidó polgárok - A history of the Jews of Eger, Hungary, before and during the Holocaust
Copyright ©2004 by Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.

The Encyclopedia of Jewish Life Before and During the Holocaust, (2001), p. 355.

Magyar Zsidó Almanac. Szerk. Patai József. Bp. 1911


~ The First Synagogue ~
(constructed in 1851)

The first synagogue building was later transformed into a Jewish Culture Center in 1925.
Today, it is an exhibition hall.


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The first synagogue I
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Károly SZELÉNYI, Hungary


The first synagogue II
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Károly SZELÉNYI, Hungary






The first synagogue III
Photo: Copyright ©2010 by
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D., Hungary

(fresco remnant)

The first synagogue IV
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Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D., Hungary

(fresco remnant)





~ The Grand Synagogue ~
(Constructed in 1913 / Destroyed 1967)

Grand Synagogue I
Postcard: photographer unknown





Grand Synagogue II
Postcard: photographer unknown

Grand Synagogue III
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Grand Synagogue IV
Photo: © Jewish Archive, Budapest

Grand Synagogue V
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Grand Synagogue VI
Postcard: photographer unknown

Grand Synagogue VII
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Grand Synagogue VIII
Postcard: photographer unknown

Grand Synagogue IX
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Grand Synagogue X
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Grand Synagogue XI
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Grand Synagogue XII
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Grand Synagogue XIII
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Grand Synagogue VIV
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Grand Synagogue XV
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Grand Synagogue XVI
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Grand Synagogue XVII
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Grand Synagogue XVIII
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Grand Synagogue Destruction
1967

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~ The Orthodox Synagogue ~
(Constructed c. 1877-1880)

Orthodox Synagogue I
Postcard: photographer unknown

Orthodox Synagogue II
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Orthodox Synagogue III
Photo: Copyright ©2010 by
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D., Hungary

(Orthodox synagogue remnant)

Orthodox Synagogue IV
Photo: Copyright ©2010 by
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D., Hungary

(Holocaust memorial on the wall)





~ Eger Religious Leaders ~

[ * Murdered in the Holocaust ]

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Rabbi Shimon SCHREIBER (SOFER) *
1850 - 1944
Photo: ©1975 Jews of Eger Yiskor Book
(Orthodox Rabbi and yeshiva dean)

In 1881, Rabbi Shimon was appointed Rabbi of the city led the Jewish community in Erlau for 64 years. He founded a yeshiva attended by elite Torah scholars from throughout Hungary. This yeshiva became a foundation of the Erlau dynasty, a branch of and direct link to, the philosophy and teachings of the Chasam SOFER. He authored two sefarim (religious books), Hisorerus Tshuva and Shir Maon - known to many as simply the Hisorerus Tshuva. He was deported to Auschwitz at the age of over 90 and was murdered on 12 June 1944 (21 Sivan 5704).
Rabbi Mózes SCHREIBER (Moshe SOFER) *
(unknown - 1944
Photo: ©1975 Jews of Eger Yiskor Book
(Orthodox vice Rabbi)

Rabbi Mózes was appointed Rabbi and dyan of the city by his father. He authored many works lost during the war, but one work survived, Yad Sofer (Hand of the Scribe), published by his son. He was married to Tushena SCHONFELD, the daughter of Rabbi Moshe Yochanan SCHONFELD, Rabbi of Mihayfalva. Rabbi Mózes was deported to Auschwitz and was murdered on 12 June 1944 (21 Sivan 5704), together with the rest of the Jews of Eger and the vicinity. His son, Rabbi Yochanan SOFER (Imrei SOFER) (pictured below in color), was a survivor and is still living in Israel where he is known as the "Rav of Erlau" (Eger) and is dean of a large yeshiva with many students.




Rabbi Yizchak KAFF
c. unknown

Photo: ©1975 Jews of Eger Yiskor Book
(Orthodox vice Rabbi)

Sámuel BLASZ
c. unknown

Photo: ©1975 Jews of Eger Yiskor Book
(Orthodox Cantor)





Rabbi (Dr.) Emil ROTH
c. unknown

Photo: ©1975 Jews of Eger Yiskor Book
(Status Quo Rabbi)

Rabbi (Dr.) Lázár SCHWEIGER
c. 1902

Photo: ©1975 Jews of Eger Yiskor Book
(Status Quo Rabbi)





Bela LÕW *
c. 1939
Photo: Courtesy of Anna (née LÖW) KLEIN, USA
(Board leader in the Ghetto)

Rabbi Yochanan SOFER (Imrei SOFER)
c. unknown

Photo: Wikipedia
(Orthodox Rabbi and yeshiva dean)

Rabbi Yochanan survived Auschwitz and in 1947, was appointed Rabbi of this fledgling Eger Orthodox Jewish community. He re-established the yeshiva with a group of boys and adolescents (mostly orphans), but, due to the Communist grip on Hungary and oppression of Judaism, he immigrated to Israel with his yeshiva in 1950.




Pinchas (Peter) KLAUSZ
c. 1929

Photo: Courtesy of Judith LIPMANSON, USA and
Miklos (Nicholas) and Larry BARCZA, Canada

(Eger Cantor)

Cantor KLAUSZ was a cantor in Eger. He was born in Russia and with his wife, moved to Eger in 1885. They had 10 children, among them, Erno (Ernst) KLAUSZ, who was an excellent swimmer, and also, a famous artist. He made this drawing of Cantor KLAUSZ.


~ Miscellaneous Religious Photographs ~

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Jewish youth group I
c. unknown

Photo: ©1975 Jews of Eger Yiskor Book

If you can identify anyone above, contact:
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.
Jewish youth group II
c. unknown

Photo: ©1975 Jews of Eger Yiskor Book

If you can identify anyone above, contact:
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.


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Jewish youth Group III
c. 1929

Photo: ©1975 Jews of Eger Yiskor Book

If you can identify anyone above, contact:
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.
Eger Jewish choir in Miskolc
c. unknown

Photo: ©1975 Jews of Eger Yiskor Book

If you can identify anyone above, contact:
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.


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Jewish Kindergarten children
c. unknown

Photo: Courtesy of
Gábor SZÉKELY, Hungary


If you can identify anyone above, contact:
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.
Jewish choir
c. unknown

Photo: Courtesy of
Gábor SZÉKELY, Hungary


If you can identify anyone above, contact:
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.


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Purim masquerade
c. 1930

Photo: Courtesy of
Gábor SZÉKELY, Hungary


If you can identify anyone above, contact:
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.
Jewish Boy Scouts
c. unknown

Photo: Courtesy of
Gábor SZÉKELY, Hungary


If you can identify anyone above, contact:
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.


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Jewish school building
Photo: Copyright ©2005 Károly SZELÉNYI, Hungary
(a nursery school today)



~ Eger Cemetery ~

The cemetery was established in Eger in the 1830's, at the edge of the pasture in the Hatvan Hostya (city section). Jewish families who lived in Eger and probably the surrounding communities used the Eger Cemetery as the final resting place for their loved ones. The cemetery is located at the intersection of Nyúl and Kertéz utca with the entrance gate located on Nyúl utca. Translations of the tombstones are provided for the images below.

Source (portions):
Egri zsidó polgárok - A history of the Jews of Eger, Hungary, before and during the Holocaust
Copyright ©2004 by Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D.



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~ Children's Holocaust Memorial ~

Children's martyr monument I
Inauguration in 1946

Photo: Courtesy of Gábor SZÉKELY, Hungary
(in the Jewish grammar school yard)

Standing, center: Endre SZÉKELY
Children's martyr monument II
2001

Photo: Copyright ©2001 by Jerry ZEISLER, USA
(monument was relocated to the cemetery)

Translation:

"Let us remember
our dear innocent children of Eger,
our dear blood,
who were dragged away on June 7th, 1944
and died a martyrs' death"




Entering the cemetery
Photo: Copyright ©2010 by
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D., Hungary






Chevra Kadisha (Burial Society) building I
Photo: Copyright ©2010 by
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D., Hungary


Chevra Kadisha (Burial Society) building II
Photo: Copyright ©2010 by
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D., Hungary






Monument
Photo: Copyright ©2010 by
Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D., Hungary






Cemetery view I
Photo: Copyright ©2001 by Jerry ZEISLER, USA

Cemetery view II
Photo: Copyright ©2001 by Jerry ZEISLER, USA





Cemetery view III
Photo: Copyright ©2001 by Jerry ZEISLER, USA



Cemetery view IV
Photo: Copyright ©2001 by Jerry ZEISLER, USA


Cemetery view VI
Photo: Copyright ©2001 by Jerry ZEISLER, USA

Cemetery view V
Photo: Copyright ©2001 by Jerry ZEISLER, USA





Cemetery view VII
Photo: Copyright ©2001 by Jerry ZEISLER, USA


Cemetery view IX
Photo: Copyright ©2001 by Jerry ZEISLER, USA

Cemetery view VIII
Photo: Copyright ©2001 by Jerry ZEISLER, USA
(water well in the cemetery)





Cemetery view X
Photo: Copyright ©2005 Judi (née GYORI) MISSEL, USA


Cemetery view XII
Photo: Copyright ©2005 Judi (née GYORI) MISSEL, USA

Cemetery view XI
Photo: Copyright ©2005 Judi (née GYORI) MISSEL, USA





~ Tombstones ~
Photos: Copyright ©2010 by Ágnes (née SZEGÕ) ORBÁN, Ph.D., Hungary

Following is a representative sample of over 2,000 tombstones
found in the Eger cemetery.

Left side: Malka Esther SOFER's grandson, Avraham Shmuel Binyamin SOFER, son of Rabbi Moshe SOFER, who died in a tragic accident after the war.

Right side: Malka Esther SOFER, wife of Rabbi Shimon SOFER, d. 5 Adar 5691, (22 February 1931)




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[ d. = died ]

Eger-Cemetery-01
Moshe ben Reb Yisroel Yonah Zvi
d. illegible
(illegible)

Moshe ben Reb Yisroel Yonah Zvi
d. illegible
(illegible)
Eger-Cemetery-02
Shimson ben Yaakov ?
d. illegible
(illegible)

Shimson ben Yaakov ?
d. illegible
(illegible)
Eger-Cemetery-03
Ziperil bat Zvi Hirsh
d. Kislev 5604
(1844)

Ziperil bat Zvi Hirsh
d. Kislev 5604
(1844)
Eger-Cemetery-04
Chaim ben Noson Nota
d. 2 Cheshvan 5611
(8 October 1850)

Chaim ben Noson Nota
d. 2 Cheshvan 5611
(8 October 1850)
Eger-Cemetery-05
illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)

illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)
Eger-Cemetery-06
Avraham ben Shimon Zeev SHWARTZ
d. illegible
(illegible)

Avraham ben Shimon Zeev SHWARTZ
d. illegible
(illegible)
Eger-Cemetery-07
Dov ben Avraham LUSTIG
d. d. 17 Cheshvan 5629
(2 November 1868)

Dov ben Avraham LUSTIG
d. d. 17 Cheshvan 5629
(2 November 1868)
Eger-Cemetery-08
Avraham ben Simcha BERGER
d. 25 Av 5623
(10 August 1863)

Avraham ben Simcha BERGER
d. 25 Av 5623
(10 August 1863)
Eger-Cemetery-09
Ezriel ben Shmuel
d. 7 Nisan 5621
(18 March 1861)

Ezriel ben Shmuel
d. 7 Nisan 5621
(18 March 1861)
Eger-Cemetery-10
Moshe ben Feish
d. 2'nd day Succos 5623
(1862)

Moshe ben Feish
d. 2'nd day Succos 5623
(1862)
Eger-Cemetery-11
illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)

illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)
Eger-Cemetery-12
Zvi ben Nechamia
d. 17 Adar 5640
(29 February 1880)

Zvi ben Nechamia
d. 17 Adar 5640
(29 February 1880)
Eger-Cemetery-13
Zvi Hersh ?
d. illegible
(illegible)

Zvi Hersh ?
d. illegible
(illegible)
Eger-Cemetery-14
illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)

illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)
Eger-Cemetery-15
Roza (née PAUNCZ)
d. 21 Tishrei 5672
(13 October 1911)

Roza (née PAUNCZ)
d. 21 Tishrei 5672
(13 October 1911)
Eger-Cemetery-16
Berta (née FISHBURN?) KANITZ
d. 30 Av 5706
(27 August 1948)

Berta (née FISHBURN?) KANITZ
d. 30 Av 5706
(27 August 1948)
Eger-Cemetery-17
Samu CZEIZLER
d. 5695/96
(1935)

Samu CZEIZLER
d. 5695/96
(1935)
Eger-Cemetery-18
Margit (née CZEIZLER) MAJZLER
d. 18 Kislev 5676
(25 November 1915)

Margit (née CZEIZLER) MAJZLER
d. 18 Kislev 5676
(25 November 1915)
Eger-Cemetery-19
Zsigmond CZEIZLER
d. 25 Tamuz 5674
(19 July 1914)

Zsigmond CZEIZLER
d. 25 Tamuz 5674
(19 July 1914)
Eger-Cemetery-20
illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)

illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)
Eger-Cemetery-17
name
d. ????
(????)

name
d. ????
(????)
Eger-Cemetery-18
illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)

illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)
Eger-Cemetery-19
illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)

illegible
d. illegible
(illegible)
Eger-Cemetery-20
Gyula KELEMEN
d. 5743/5744
(1983)

Gyula KELEMEN
d. 5743/5744
(1983)
Eger-Cemetery-25
Jóseph SCHWARCZ
d. 5703
(1943)

Jóseph SCHWARCZ
d. 5703
(1943)



~ Eger Chevra Kadisha (Burial Society) Book ~

Following is a link to the Eger burial book.

  • No longer available on http://www.timena.hu/.
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~ Eger Burial Data ~

To assist you with your JOWBR research, following are two spreadsheets created from the chevra kadisha (burial society) books for 1869-1906 and 1906-1960.

Appreciation is expressed to
Jerry ZEISLER and Bonnie (née ZEISLER) FREDERICS
for transcribing the following burial data books.


Disclaimer: Portions of the burial data are incomplete. If you have information to contribute, click HERE to contact me.


~ 1869-1906 ~

( * = Not transcribed; -né suffix at the end of a name = Mrs. )

Section/
Row
SURNAME, Given Spouse/Other Maiden Name Date of Death
Surname Given

III 1 KRECS, Jakob


28 Mar 1869


BAROK, Abraham


05 Jul 1869


SWARARZ, Navey Abraham


01 Sep 1869


SCHWEITZER, Josef


05 Sep 1869


ZEISLER, Israel


15 Mar 1870


DOMAN, Aron


08 May 1871


NANA, Moses Flam T.


06 Sep 1872


2 ARVAI, Bernat


20 Feb 1877


BREUER, Samuel


29 Jul 1874


LEWINGER, Abraham


19 Nov 1874


KOHN, Phillip


02 Jun 1874


MEISTER, Abraham aus


14 May 1874


TISCHLER, * Ungar, * Samuel
17 Aug 1873


ROSENFELD, Kelner
Moritz
25 Aug 1873


KNAB, * Hudermann, * Ferencz
24 Jul 1873


FUNKLSTEIN, Bernat


20 Jul 1873


MARKUS, Herman L.


05 Jun 1873


KISS, Karoly
Son of Majer
25 May 1873


UNKNOWN, *





SOLDAT, Berente Klein, * Ignacz
31 Dec 1872


KNOPFLER, Isidor


03 Nov 1872

III 3






LEHRER, Teuteles


04 Dec 1875


LICHTSEIN, Leopold
Son of Jakob
25 Apr 1875


BUSCH, W.
Yosef - from Pest
20 Dec 1874


ROSENBERG, Elias


11 Mar 1874


SCHWARZ, Jos.
from Besenye
20 Jul 1874


BUTTERMANN, Elias


17 Jan 1874


SCHWARZ, Saloman


28 Aug 1873


SCHWARZ, Moses Nachum


05 Jun 1873


MODICINER, Scholom Polatsik


02 May 1873


GREINER, Leopold


26 Aug 1871


STATIONSCHEF, David Hallos


11 Nov 1870


SCHWARZ, Abraham


12 Apr 1870


LANG, Simon


15 Mar 1870

III 4 OSTRAU, Rachmiel


28 May 1878


DOMONHOS, Sam. Paunz


17 Apr 1878


SCHVARZ, Maria Haner(?) Schvarz, * Gabor
25 Oct 1930


SCHVARZ, Gabor


13 Apr 1878


KLEIN, Marton


18 Oct 1876


SCHVEIGER, Saloman


16 Aug 1876


SCHWARZ, Abraham


31 Jul 1876


KOHN, Anton


03 Apr 1879


REINER, Ignatz


02 Jan 1875


BRAUN, Samuel Egerlovo, *

29 Jul 1874


WEISS, Note Lok


21 Feb 1874


WEISS, Adolf


19 Jan 1874


KAZE, Jakob Kohn


23 Aug 1873


LEDERMAN, Menachem


07 Aug 1873


REINER, Lazar


15 Jul 1873

III 5 KRAUSZ, Bernuth


16 Oct 1889


WEISS, Lipman


05 Mar 1880


ROTH, Marton


07 Nov 1879


BLASBERGER, Heim


29 Jul 1879


PINCZIR, Honmed

Lorincz 17 Mar 1879


UNKNOWN, David Krecs


20 Oct 1878


LOWINGER, Szeila

Wolf 21 Jul 1878


DONOZ, Gabor


21 Jun 1878


KLEIN, Baruch


10 May 1878


FISCHER, Marton


30 Oct 1878


PELSCHICZ, Wife of
Armer
06 May 1877


WEISS, Ignazc


23 Apr 1877


SHONBERGER, Wolf


06 Feb 1877


HIRSCH, Adolf


27 * 1876


LANG, Samuel Lang, * Ignacz
28 Mar 1875

III 6 ANTAL, John


01 Jan 1882


NO NAME





STERN, Lazar


27 Mar 1881


LANDESMANN, Simon


26 Mar 1881


KLEIN, Marton


20 Jan 1881


SPITZ, Saloman Kunstler, * Mozes
20 Jan 1881


NEUMAN, Saloman


30 Aug 1880


STERK, Majer


26 Dec 1880


GREINER, Saloman


29 Aug 1880


GUTMAN, Fulep


09 Jul 1880


WARASZO, Moses Schvarz


13 Jan 1878


BLUMBERGER, Lazar


17 May 1880


ROSENVASSER, Gedaljei


21 Apr 1880


MANDL, Josef


11 Jan 1880


BURGER, Mano


08 Jan 1879

III 7 GABOR, Adolf


30 Nov 1882


BERGER, Yakob Kaal


24 Sep 1882


NEUMANN, Jozef


23 Aug 1882


BARNZ, Jozef


10 Jul 1882


BLUMBERGER, Wolf Lob Batov?


26 Feb 1882


BLUMBERGER, Rezl
Wolf Lob
22 Apr 1914


KOHN, Izsak


12 Nov 1881


MULLER, Jozsef


03 Oct 1881


SCHWARCZ, Herman Lelesz


01 Aug 1881


SCHENK, Samuel


18 Apr 1881


KLEIN, Selig Lob.


20 Feb 1881


KAPOLNA, Eisig Klein


29 Jan 1881


GUTMAN, Saloman


10 Jan 1881


FORMAS, Josef Weiss


03 Jan 1881


SZAMOLYA, Herzke Klein


08 Dec 1880


KLEIN, Libe


23 Apr 1923


SIROK, Aron Klein


09 Nov 1880

III 8 MECZNER, Soma


15 Nov 1884


KALVARINSKY, Kalman


14 Jun 1884


TIDOR, Ygnacz


03 Apr 1884


KLEIN, Ygnacz


03 Apr 1884


SCHWARCZ, Abraham


15 Mar 1884


SALOZER, Vilmos


28 Nov 1883


SCHLESINGER, Adolf


17 Nov 1883


SCHWARCZ, Wolf


27 Jul 1883


MAIBAUM, Soma


15 Jul 1883


GUTTMANN, Sandor


07 May 1883


KLEIN, Gabor


14 Apr 1883


REINITZ, Yozsef


02 Apr 1883


TIDOR, Yozsef


03 Mar 1883


DEUTSCH, Adolf


13 Feb 1883


LICHTNER, Vilmos


23 Dec 1882

III 9 HIRSCHKOVITS, Samuel


21 Dec 1885


NADL, Moricz


04 Oct 1885


FARKAS, Samuel


04 Oct 1885


SCHLESINGER, Samuel


08 Aug 1885


FRIED, Ignacz


26 Jun 1885


FEKETE, Vilmos


20 Jun 1885


LEMBERGER, Karoly


14 May 1885


SEIDNER, Adolf


04 May 1885


CZEIGNER, Herman


26 Feb 1885


GROSZMANN, Peter


15 Dec 1884


WEISZ, Lorincz


04 Mar 1884


VIRAG, Samuel


04 Aug 1883


GUTTMANN, Ferencz


23 Jul 1883


KLEIN, Simon


16 Jan 1883


KISS, Mayer


28 Apr 1883

III 10 KOHN, Hermann


16 Jan 1886


EDELHEIT, Adolf


03 Dec 1886


KUPFERSTEIN, Yakob


09 Apr 1887


REISZ, Moricz


26 Jul 1887


GOLDBERGER, Emanuel


04 Oct 1887


HERCZ, Simon


16 Apr 1888


SCHAFFER, Vilmos


18 Nov 1888


BRUN, Yakob


17 Jan 1888


STEINER, Ferencz


15 Aug 1887


UNGAR, Ygnacz


10 Apr 1887


KARDOS, Lajos


18 Nov 1886


HERSCHKOVITS, Yakob


31 Jul 1886


FRISCH, Lazar


24 May 1886


GRUNBAUM, Lajos


24 Jan 1886


KLEIN, Samuel


13 Jan 1886

4 1 FISCHER, Eszti


26 Nov 1869


PRESSLER, Szillia


15 Mar 1870


SPITAL, Frau


14 Jul 1870


KOHN, Eszter


15 Jul 1870


ZEISLER, Rachel





HERZ, Katalin Herz, * Majer Bruger 15 Oct 1871


WEISS, Hani Weiss, * Tirsk Weisz 11 Jan 1873


WEISS, Rose


11 Jan 1873


WEISS, Chana


06 Jul 1872


ADAM, Frau
M.L.
09 Oct 1872


WEISS, *


09 Maar 1873





12 Mar 1873


NEUMAN, Lini


20 May 1871


WEISENBURG, Netti

Pollak 17 Mar 1871


2 KRAUS, Fani

Weisz 24 Jul 1873


SCHLESINGER, *


28 Jul 1873


NICHE, Otnna

Weisz 30 Jul 1873


GROSMANN, Hani
Josef Groszmann 22 Aug 1873


KOHN, Frau
Moses
15 Jul 1870


GREINER, Frau
Saloman
16 Dec 1873


GREINER, Juliana


02 Aug 1874


Rozalia

Weisz 20 Nov 1874


LITTMANS, Maria
Markus
18 Jan 1875


FRIED, Rezi
Ign. Reisz 27 Feb 1875


SCHWARZ, Lina
Leop. kohn 11 Jul 1875


SCHWARZ, Frau
Istvan
17 Oct 1875


MOKLAR, Fani Schwarz Moklar Ign. Waldmann 18 Oct 1875


UNKNOWN





MANDEL, Betti
Jakob Rosenfeld 25 Apr 1876


3





4 KOHN, Rosalie


16 Dec 1876


LANDAUER, Eszti

Goldmann 12 Nov 1876


STEINER, Lisi


12 Nov 1876


SCHWEIZER, Rozalia Tovjan, * S. Adler 26 Mar 1876


CSERNYE, Julianna Altmann Csernye E. Schwarz 04 Mar 1876


POLLAK, Katalin
Jakob Stern 25 Jan 1876


BOOK, Fani Polatsik Book R. Nikelsburger 18 Dec 1875


ENTEN, Marcia


12 Dec 1875


KLEIN, Resi


26 Sep 1875


SCHWARZ, Juli

Kohn 07 Aug 1875


WEINSTEIN, Klara
Lipm. Lang 22 Dec 1874


KOHN, Rebeka


13 Sep 1873


FISCHER, Rachel


05 Aug 1873


KOHN, Peszol


30 Jul 1873


RITTERMANN, Sari


26 Apr 1873


5 MIDOROR, Karolina
Josef Schafer 23 Feb 1882


BURGER, Hani
Peter Tauszig 05 Feb 1882


WALDMANN, Eszter
Herman Klein 06 1882


STEINER, Eszti
Nat
21 Dec 1881


FRISCH, Maria
Samuel Klein 19 Nov 1881


WALDMANN, Maria
Pollak
27 Sep 1881


WITTMAN, Betti


02 Oct 1880


FRIEDMAN, Etel
Lazar
13 Feb 1880


KOHN, Szali
Sigmond Klein 08 Oct 1879


ZEISLER, Szidonia
Ign. Farkas 12 Sep 1879


ROTH, Rebeka

Groszmann 12 May 1878


SCHONFELD, Peppi

Ungar 27 Jan 1878


FISCHER, Terizia
Sam. Hattstein 01 Dec 1877


KISS, Rozalia
Majer Schwarz 18 Oct 1877


6 MULLER, Hani
Zsiga Guin 16 Oct 1885


GERTNER, Maria
Samuel Klein 24 Apr 1883


SCHONBERGER, Katalin
Farkas Luozardi 28 Mar 1883


CZISSER, Yozefa
Ede. Kis 19 Mar 1883


WECHSLER, Roza
Adolf Englander 13 Mar 1883


MARCUSZ, Betti
Jakob
16 Dec 1882


WALDMANN, Zseni
Jakob Friedmann 01 Sep 1882


FRISCH, Lenka
Izsak Gelber 26 Jul 1882


BURGER, Fani

Klein 31 May 1882


SCHAFER, Franciska
Samuel Ungar 01 Apr 1882


ERNST, Nina
Vilmos Friedmann 17 Oct 1881


STEINFELD, Katalin


12 May 1883


HOLIZER, *


27 Apr 1881


WASARKELY, Lini
H.M. Ungar 21 Oct 1881


BREUER, Roza


25 Jan 1880


7 GRUNBAUM, Julia
Samuel
30 Oct 1885


BREUER, Terez
Saloman Feigenbaum 22 Aug 1885


Betti Vigh
Gabor Yolecz 15 Aug 1885


LANGER, Ysanette


23 Jul 1885


BERNAT, Lzali
Salomon
18 Jul 1885


REINER, Davidné


31 May 1885


GUTTMANN, Katalin
Fulop
28 Mar 1885


SALOZER, Szali
Ignac Schvarcz 18 Mar 1885


KLEIN, Regina


27 Jan 1885


WECHSLER, Hani
Izrael Groszmann 06 Oct 1884


POLATSIK, Rozalia
Adolf
14 Jun 1884


LANDO, Hani


14 May 1884


BRUGER, Szali
Solamon
01 May 1884


GARTNER, Eszti
Jozsef Neumann 30 Oct 1883


SZWUROVSKA, Julia


25 May 1883


8 UNKNOWN, Hani
Samuel Nuszbaum 01 Feb 1886


UNKNOWN, Blumele


23 Jan 1887


UNKNOWN, Frumet
 
01 Feb 1887


FRIED, Roza
Ignacz Schwarcz 03 Feb 1887


LIEBERMAN, Rozalia
Majer Geil 15 May 1887


GUTMAN, Yolan
Sandor
04 Sep 1888


LITTMAN, Etel
Mark
14 May 1887


BRAUN, Terezia
Yakob Lovenstein 06 May 1887


KLEIN, Szali
Samuel
29 Apr 1887


HERCZ, Julia
Majer
02 Jan 1887


BRAUN, Betti
Peter
16 Aug 1886


KLEIN, Eszter
Peter
18 Aug 1886


GAL *, Irma


29 Jun 1886


MORVAY, Rozal
    24 Apr 1886


PERLWEIG, Rozalia
Samuel
01 Feb 1886


9 KLEIN, Hani
Ignacz
17 Mar 1889


FELSENSTEIN, Lizi
Soma
02 Mar 1889


DOMAN, Rozal
David
20 Feb 1889


FEKETE, Helen
Herman
11 Feb 1889


KLEIN, Hanni
David Freisinger 15 Dec 1888


BLASS, Roza
Mozes Schvarcz 14 Nov 1888


LOVINGER, Julia
Elias Veisz 12 Oct 1888


BERGER, Regina


17 Jun 1888


MEZEI, Roza


27 Apr 1888


REIKOVITS, Rezi
Lipol Demeter 10 Mar 1888


ROSENBERG, Hanni
Yozig Mitleider 17 Dec 1887


POLLATSIK, Roza
Rudolf
13 Nov 1887


UNTERBERGER, Etel
Albert Felsenstein 30 Ovt 1887


LOWI, Regina


30 Aug 1887


VINTERSTEIN, Katalin


05 Jun 1887


10 RICHTMAN, Berta
Herman Klein 11 Dec 1889


RICHTMAN, Hanni
Volf Veisz 12 Jan 1890


SCHWARCZ, Hanni
Samuel Roth 22 May 1890


KLEIN, Hanni
Yozsef Spiro 25 May 1890


LUSZTIG, Hanni


07 Oct 1890


HEROZ, Hanni
Samuel Koegel 26 Sep 1890


KLEIN, Yola


02 May 1890


BRAUNSTEIN, Regina
Mor Friedlander 18 Apr 1890


ADAM, Eszti


15 Mar 1890


ROSENFELD, Rozalia
Leopald
10 Jan 1890


INNFELD, Roza


08 Oct 1889


LANG, Mari
Samuel Klein 23 Aug 1889


KLEIN, Izsak


22 Apr 1889


NEUMAN, Yozsefné


19 Apr 1889


KLEIN, Mari


06 Apr 1889

5 1 VEBERMAN, Rebecca
Simon Schonstein 19 Jan 1898


VEISZ, *
Fulop
09 Dec 1899


KLEIN, Sarah
Gabor
21 Mar 1900


STERN, Leah bar Israel
Jakob Schwarcz 22 Dec 1900


ROTH, Fani
Ignacz Brieger 29 Mar 1900


STERN, Eszter
Mor Lusztig 11 Mar 1902


GABOR, *
Mor Siegal, Josef 29 Apr 1903


HOLZER, Lazarné


24 Apr 1896


HIRSCH, Rizl
Majer
05 Aug 1895


RITTERMAN, Salamonné


22 Feb 1891


BLUMBERGER, Jakobné


04 Mar 1890


KOHN, Rozalia
Antal Stern 20 Nov 1889


PRESSLER, Etel
Martin
14 Aug 1889


SALZMANN, Betti
Farkas Kohn 07 Apr 1885


HERSCHEL, Fani
Jakob Feldman 07 Aug 1883


STEIN, Eszter
Jeremias ,Yahuda 08 Jun 1903


SCHVARCZ, Betti
Farkas Weisenstein 03 Mar 1907


NEULANDER, Fani
Samuel Schvarcz 15 Oct 1907


2 SCHWARCZ, Rebeka
Wolf Mitleider 20 Feb 1881


TREISTADTL, Ester
Markus
23 Apr 1876


GRUNBAUM, Lari Neumann, *

24 Mar 1876


BRIEGER, Julianna


15 Feb 1877


BRAUN, Dino


06 Mar 1876


KNOPFLER, Rozalia
Jakob Lang 04 May 1875


LICHTNER, Maria
Michl Sugar 28 Apr 1875


EHRLICH, Katalina
Em.
23 Mar 1875


SCHWARCZ, Fani

Weinberger 27 Nov 1874


RESOVSZKY, Fani

Zeisler, Tradel 24 Dec 1873


SCHWARZ, Eszti
Saloman
25 Sep 1873


KESTONBAUM, Hani
Mor Schonberger 11 Sep 1873


BLAU, Rebeka

Lang 31 Aug 1873


GOLDSTEIN, Franciska

,Tradel 15 Aug 1873


3 LICHTNER, Katalin
Jakob Paszternak, Gimal 05 Jan 1894


CEISZ, Szali
Ignacz Muller 09 Oct 1895


KNOPFLER, Terez
Farkas Freud 10 May 1892


CZIGLER, Szali
Marton Kohn 28 Jul 1890


FISCHER, Gizella
Josef Herskovits 13 Jan 1890


PAPLANOS, Lea
Jozsef Larman 05 Jan 1890


SCHVARCZ, Francziska
Mozses Adam 09 Aug 1889


GROSSMAN, Fani
Jozsef Veisz 20 Jan 1888


GECHSLER, Katalin
Izrael Neuman 28 Mar 1887


RITTERMAN, Hani
Salamon Stiller 20 May 1883


BOCK, Amalia
Mozses Blass 13 Feb 1883


LICHTNER, Hani
Emanuel Steinfeld 10 Feb 1882


GLATTER, Szali
Jakob Frank 29 Oct 1881


BOCK, Rozalia


20 Oct 1881


KLEIN, Klari
Ferencz Braun 08 Oct 1881


4 KAFF, Eszter & Ignacz

Rochberg,?? 23 Apr 1922






20 Sep 1919


SCHVARCZ, Salamonné


10 Jun 1904


LANG, Jozsefné


30 Sep 1904


GRUNFELD, Anna
Jozsef Braun 22 Nov 1904


GLATTSTEIN, Roza
Wilmos Schvarcz 22 Nov 1905


BURGER, Jozsefné


16 Oct 1906


KLEIN, Helen
Sandor
02 Mar 1907


WEINBERGER, Helen
Bernat Wittman 04 May 1907


BARNA, Manoné


02 Apr 1908


DOMAN, Szali
Ignacz Weisz 18 Jul 1907


GUBOVITS, Rebeka
Simon Weisz 30 Dec 1907


KLEIN, Abrahamné


01 Feb 1908


DOMAN, Roza


04 Feb 1908


NEUMANN, Jozsefné


06 Oct 1908


INNFELD, Maria
Mor Braun 11 Nov 1913


GRAUMAN, Lajosné


30 Sep 1917


INNFELD, Mor


18 Sep 1919








5 BERUFELD, Katalin
Jakob Bernfeld 22 Nov 1890


BARNA, Mano

Mordachi Zvi 21 May 1921


8 SCHWARCZ, Katti
Adolf Csillig 18 Jan 1890


KLEIN, Irma


14 May 1890


GOLDBERGER, Lenke
Rudolf Schvarcz 03 Oct 1891


MARKUSZ, Julia
Jakob Rosenberg 02 Jan 1892


GRUNBAUM, Eva
Gabor Hungerleider 21 Jan 1894


SCHVARCZ, Samuelné


18 Feb 1894


GLICK, Jozsefné

Graf 20 Oct 1895


BRIEGER, Morné


04 Dec 1897


SPITZ, Rozalia
Samuel Schvarcz 30 Dec 1897


PAUNCZ, Rizl (Hebrew)
Ignacz
30 ?? 1903


BINET, Ella (Hebrew)
Zsigmond
22 Oct 1903


BINET, Zsigmond


05 Aug 1907









 





9 STEINER, Eva

Kohn 03 May 1876


SIDLAUER, Szali & Mor
Mor Scharman 17 Nov 1876


Mor


10 May 1912


BRIEGER, Julianna
Salamon Groszmann 24 Nov 1876


LITTMANN, Roza
Mark Fabian 28 Aug 1880


SPILLER, Roza
Franz Brieger 19 Feb 1881


HELLER, Lidi
Jonas Friedmann 16 Nov 1880


WEISZ, Eszti
Fabian Braun 07 May 1884


ROTH, Sandor & Berta


01 Dec 1918


Berta

Lidlauer 16 Mar 1886


EHRLICH, Leni
David Czeisler 11 Sep 1887


CSERO, Hanni
Lajos Flamm 08 Jan 1888


SIDLAUER, Sali
Mor Dresdner 13 Mar 1888


FISCHER, Josefa
Jakob Schveiger 05 Oct 1890


SCHVARCZ, Roza
Lorincz
07 Oct 1888


KLEIN, Katalin
Jakob Ungar 07 Jan 1889


KLEIN, Jakob


05 Aug 1900


10 FRIED, Emma

Levelek 24 Jul 1873


LOVY, Maria

Pressler 03 Sep 1873


LOBL, Eszti

Polatsik 13 May 1874


KLEIN, Pepi

Schwarz 22 May 1874


FRIEDMAN, Kati Szemere, *
Heller 06 Jul 1874


WEISZ, Regina
Samuel Herzfelder 29 Sep 1874


GOLDSTEIN, Rezi
Vigtor Klein 01 Apr 1875


BINET, Roza
Herm. Klein 15 Aug 1879


ROTH, Roza
Lorincz Breuer 01 Apr 1880


BORNSTEIN, Leni
Simon Binet 28 Aug 1880


KOHN, Katalin
Nathan Salamon 09 Nov 1881


LUSTIG, Hani
Miksa Lichtschein 27 Oct 1883


REINER, Roza
Mikaly Weisz 22 Dec 1885


NONE





MULLER, Rozalia
Jakob Frischer 01 Jan 1888

6 3





4  





 





FISCHER, Julia
Lajos Schvarcz 26 Sep 1919


FISCHER, Lajos


13 Oct 1929












































KELLNER, Gyula


04 Feb 1941


KELLNER, Irma
Gyula Rusznak 10 Aug 1937


5 LITTMAN, Julia
Mark Binet 07 * 1925


PRESZLER, Fulop


17 Sep 1919


PRESZLER, Fulopné (Crysstal?)


12 Dec 1922


ROTH, Terez
Zsigmond Preszler 23 Feb 1939


ROTH, Zsigmond


17 Jul 1929


FISCHER, Simon


27 Sep 1922


FISCHER, Gyula


26 Dec 1952


BRUNNAUER, Ambro
Dr.
31 Jan 1933


BRUNNAUER, Balint


27 Sep 1934


BRUNNAUER, Emil


05 Aug 1936


GRUNBLATT, Armin


01 May 1936


 





REICH, Maria
Ignacz
06 Mar 1936


6 PRESZLER, Ferencz Herman


29 Nov 1915


PRESZLER, Ferencz Hermanné


25 Jan 1920


MERCY, David


02 Jun 1916


MERCY, Rozalia
David   21 Aug 1925


CZEISLER, Soma


06 Nov 1935


MEISLER, Margit
Miklos Czeisler 24 Nov 1915


KELLNER, Sandor


08 Mar 1923


HAJOS, Erzsebet
Endte Becker 14 Jul 1923


BECKER, Erno


05 Aug 1934
















SCHVARCZ, Antal


25 Jul 1933


SCHVARCZ, Jozsef


22 Oct 1919


POLLAK, Fercz
David Deutch 01 Jul 1919


POLLAK, Morné (Meryl)
Mor
12 Jan 1930


7 BRUNNAUER, Czeczilia


25 Apr 1909


BRUNNAUER, Rozalia
David Schonberger 21 Jan 1909


KELLNER, Iren
Lajos Kolin 05 Oct 1938


KELLNER, Lajos


08 Nov 1943


BECKER, Samuel


03 Mar 1907


CZEISLER, Zsigmond


19 Jul 1914


CZEISLER, Zsigmondné (Rachel)


13 Oct 1911


BERGER, Henrik


13 Nov 1914


BERGER, Henrikné


29 May 1917


PAUNCZ, Jozsef


09 Aug 1916


PAUNCZ, Hermina
Jozsef Steiner 22 Sep 1942


SCHVARCZ, Soma


16 Aug 1931


LORINCZ, Sandor
Dr.
18 Aug 1913


SCHVARCZ, Katalin
Lorincz Groszman 26 Nov 1922


SCHVARCZ, Lorincz


11 Dec 1910


SCHVARCZ, Lorinczné

  20 Jul 1943








8 POLLATSIK, Herman


13 May 1911


POLLATSIK, Hermanné
Herman
03 Sep 1903


CSILLAG, Mor
Dr.
27 Oct 1903


CSILLAG, Morné (Rachel)
Mor
04 Mar 1937


KELLNER, Bernat


09 Oct 1907


KELLNER, Bernatné


02 Feb 1911


BAROK, Farkas


23 Aug 1904


BAROK, Farkasné


01 Oct 1908


BAROK, Julia
Gabor Friedman 05 Jan 1906


SCHVARCZ, Teresia
Soma Deutsch 12 Nov 1906


BAUER, Elenora
Herman Perlg 27 Apr 1912


SCHVARCZ, Sandor
Dr.
31 Jul 1938


KLEIN, Lipot


18 Oct 1931


KLEIN, Rozal
Liopt Preszler 03 Oct 1918


 





 











9 KOHN, Jakob


12 Feb 1902


KOHN, Jakobné (Rezl)
Jakob
28 Jul 1899


PAUNCZ, Rozalia
Bernat Steiner 08 Feb 1907


PAUNCZ, Bernat


09 ?? 1899









BUCHHALTER, *?
Samuel Kellner 23 Jan 1900


SCHONBERGER, Somané


06 Oct 1913


SCHONBERGER, Soma


22 Jul 1901


BRAUN, Jozsef


16 Nov 1913


BRAUN, Jozsefné


23 Oct 1907


WEISZ, Jozsefné


02 Jan 1902


GROSZ, *
Soma   20 Nov 1902


GREINER, Hona
Arnold Lazar 01 Oct 1921


GREINER, Lazar


23 Feb 1911


HELLER, Etel
Jozsef Schvarcz 26 Sep 1920


PRESZLER, Armin


29 Apr 1916








10 KOHN, Elias


21 May 1878


KOHN, Francziska
Elias Schmial 01 Jan 1898


UNGAR, Daniel


12 Apr 1879


UNGAR, Rozalia
Daniel Keller 03 Jan 1891


FISCHER, Davidné


29 Aut 1889


FISCHER, David


16 Apr 1883


ADLER, Mor


13 Jan 1887


ADLER, Czeczil
Mor Blau 12 Oct 1883


UNGAR, Sandor


19 Feb 1889


BAUER, Herman


14 Jan 1893


LAZAR, Jonas


11 Jan 1899


LAZAR, Julia
Lazar Jonas 01 Jul 1907


PRESSLER, Marton


07 Mar 1901


PRESSLER, Johanna
Marton Kohn 15 Mar 1900








1 SHUMBERGER, Lajos


06 Aug 1936
7
BLUMBERGER, Jozsef


20 May 1904


WEISZ, Jakob


15 Nov 1903


SCHWARCZ, Salamon


12 Aug 1903


LICHTENSTEIN, Jakob


22 Jul 1903


IZLER, Salamon


11 Jun 1903


FRIEDMAN, Antal


10 Nov 1902


SCHVARCZ, Lorincz


01 Feb 1902


PERLBERG, Jozsef Partos


17 Oct 1901


BLAU, Zsigmond


16 Sep 1901


KORNHAUSER, Armin


15 Mar 1901


GABOR, Mor


18 Feb 1901


SCHWARCZ, Ignacz


16 Aug 1900


LICHTNER, Miksa


01 May 1900








2 ERNSZT, Katalin
Miksa Sugar 17 Nov 1907








3 PAUNCZ, Jozsef


10 May 1908


BLAU, Jakob


02 May 1908


WEISZ, Gabor


06 Apr 1908


SPICLER, Odon


11 Mar 1908


FRISCH, Jozsef


18 Feb 1908


ROTH, Jakob


30 Jan 1908


KOHN, Mor


07 Jan 1908


BORSTEIN, Sandor


30 Dec 1907


ROTH, Jakob


11 Sep 1907


CZIGLER, Marton


03 Sep 1907


 





SUGAR, Soma


04 Oct 1906


SUGAR, Dezo


24 May 1906


ERNSZT, Sandor


14 May 1904








4 KLEIN, Mor


15 Oct 1907


KLEIN, Jakob


12 Jan 1907


WEISZ, Jozsef


09 Nov 1906


GOMBOSI, Mor


28 Sep 1906


SCHVARCZ, Gyula


26 Jan 1906


ADLER, Jozsef


09 Dec 1905


BURGER, Jozsef


08 Apr 1905


SINGER, Mor


04 Feb 1905


MULLER, jakob


18 Aug 1903


HEINER, Morné


21 Nov 1918


STEINER, Mor


24 Apr 1903


MAROSSI, Izidor


24 May 1903


ROTHSCHILD, Linda
Armin Detsy 21 Jun 1938


ROTHSCHILD, Armin


10 Oct 1901


CZEISLER, Gyula


15. Mar. 1905








5 GRAF, Gizilla
Elias Brier 22 May 1888


STERN, Ferencz


25 Sep 1890


KOHN, Samuel


21 Nov 1891


HIRSCH, Majer


25 Mar 1892


KISS, Istvan


06 May 1893


GRUN, Jozsef


11 Feb 1901


LITMAN, Mark


10 May 1901


LANDISMAN, Adolf


09 Jan 1901


LUSTIG, Mor


29 Jan 1901


SCHVARCZ, Mor


03 Sep 1899


CSILLAG, Soma


03 Oct 1898


SALAMON, Nathan


31 Jun 1897


FISCHER, Jakob


17 Apr 1897


FISCHER, Soma


15 Aug 1890


KOHN, Jugo


27 Mar 1890








6 HOLOZER, Lazar


12 May 1883


ROSENBERG, Mikas


25 Jan 1886


KLEIN, Peter


20 Jan 1887


ADLER, Herman


11 Sep 1887


VEBERMAN, Simon


10 Aug 1880


VERSZ, Fulop


16 Jan 1891


SCHVARCZ, Farkas


06 Mar 1892


FEKETE, Herman


16 Jun 1895


SONNENSCHEIN, Vilmos


30 Apr 1895


SCHVARCZ, Simon


20 Sep 1889


BRUNNAUER, David, Dr.


26 Sep 1889


DETSY, Elenora
Mor Veisz 07 Nov 1891


DETSY, Mor


12 May 1888


SCHVARCZ, Volfné


31 Jan 1897


SCHVARCZ, Soma


02 Apr 1897








7 WEISS, Herman


12 Aug 1875


LICHTNER, Ignacz


17 Nov 1876


SCHVARCZ, Moses


13 Jan 1879


LUSTIG, Sandorné


10 Jul 1917


LUSTIG, Sandor


15 Apr 1879


GROSZMAN, Jakob


22 * 1881


FLEISCHER, Kalman


06 Mar 1884


PILITZER, Jakob


07 May 1884


STEINFELD, Herman


01 May 1889


BRAUN, Peter


24 Nov 1887


GRUNBAUM, Armin


15 Jul 1887


PERLGRUND, Armin


26 May 1887


SIDLAUER, Armin


26 May 1887


SCHVARCZ, Izrael


05 Nov 1886








8 FRIEDMANN, Herman


12 Jun 1873


SCHWARCZ, Wolf


04 Jun 1873


BORNSTEIN, Simon


05 Apr 1873


SUGAR, Josef


03 Jun 1872


HERZFELD, Nathan


06 Nov 1870


HERZFELD, Ferez
Nathan Kohn 20 Jan 1906


REINER, Michael


29 May 1873


GOLDSTEIN, Viktor


31 Jan 1874


GRUNBAUM, Josef


31 Mar 1874


KNOPFLER, Wolf


25 Jul 1875


BARTA, Moses Klein


24 May 1876


LICHTNER, Jakob


13 Jan 1879


GRUNBAUM, Gabor


04 Apr 1881


HARTMAN, Josef


02 Jul 1881








9 SCHVARCZ, Gaborné


04 Aug 1942


BRIEGER, Mor


09 May 1887


CSILLAG, Barbala
Karoly Simon 10 Nov 1909


CSILLAG, Karoly


08 Jun 1886


KLEIN, Eva
Mozes Schvarcz 04 Jan 1899


KLEIN, Mozes


30 Apr 1856


SCHVARCZ, Jakob


04 Mar 1885


METZNER, Aron


30 Jul 1884


MARKUSZ, Jakob


17 Jul 1884


PRESZLER, Samuel


29 Jun 1884


PRESZLER, Samuelné


27 Oct 1905








10 SCHVARCZ, Beti


16 Jan 1872


SCHVARCZ, Gabor


06 Jan 1923


SCHVARCZ, Adel
Adolf
02 May 1876


SCHVARCZ, Barbala
Wilmos Braun 11 May 1906


SCHVARCZ, Wilmos


20 Feb 1906


FEKETE, Soma


31 Jan 1885


SCHVARCZ, Adolf


09 Jul 1879


SCHVARCZ, David


07 Jan 1876


SCHVARCZ, Johanna

Schvarcz, Stefan 18 Jan 1875


SCHVARCZ, Stefan


07 Oct 1869


STERN, Sali

Schvarcz 03 Aug 1873


STERN, Alojos

*? 12 Mar 1874


 










8 1




8 2




8 3 FISCHER, Geza


23 Apr 1935


FULOP, Julia
Ignacz Weisz 17 Apr 1921


GOLDSTEIN, Netti
Mor Weisz 29 Mar 1921


GOLDSTEIN, Dezso


02 Apr 1934








4 BERKOVITS, Mor


08 Oct 1918


POLATSIK, Mor


20 Oct 1907


FREIDMAN, Marton


20 May 1908


MARGITAI, Jozsef, Rabbi


26 Oct 1909


NEUMAN, Marton


29 Mar 1913


NEUMAN, Julianna
Marton Schvarcz 06 Apr 1913


FEKETE, Hani
Herman Schvarcz 20 Feb 1927


ERDOS, Mariska
Jozsef Feteke 04 Nov 1929


KLEIN, Kerson
Hadar Fesch 18 Jan 1935


REISS, Daniel


21 Sep 1919


BENCDIKL, Sandor


01 Jun 1942








5 KEIFF, Ignacz


23 Oct 1928


GREINER, Mor


05 Sep 1930


BLASZ, Mor


27 Feb 1934


BLASZ, Adolf





BLASZ, Samuel










9 1 SONNENWITH, Bertalan


23 Oct 1905


SCHVARCZ, Samuel
Jozsef
10 May 1906


STERN, Bertalan
Jozsef
16 May 1906


KLEIN, Aron
Samuel
13 Jul 1906


KLEIN, Samuel


27 Sep 1906


FELSENSTEIN, Gabor


03 Nov 1906


KLEIN, David


13 Dec 1906


GOLDHAMMER, Jozsef


11 Jan 1907


REINER, David


31 Jan 1907


ROSENBERG, Lipot


11 Feb 1907


SCHVARCZ, Lajos


13 Mar 1907


LEICHTMAN, Jozsef


27 May 1907


MAR?OSI, Miklos


09 Sep 1907


KRAUSZ, Jozsef


15 May 1907


WEINER, Mor


04 Feb 1907


CZEISLER, Jonas


24 Dec 1906


WEISZ, Mor


27 May 1906


SCHVARCZ, Jakob


19 Nov 1905








2 SINGER, Herman


15 May 1903


ROTH, David


14 Jan 1903


BRAUN, Ignacz


04 Sep 1903


SCHVIMMER, Ignacz


17 Dec 1903


WEISZ, Peter


11 Jan 1904


LOWI, Armin


20 Mar 1904


BERNAT, Jakob


25 Apr 1904


MOSKOVITS, Abraham


04 Jun 1904


FRIEDMAN, Jozsef


10 Oct 1904


PRESZLER, Jozsef


08 Nov 1904


SCHVARCZ, Jeno
Jozsef
27 Feb 1905


SCHVARCZ, Geza
Ignacz
27 Feb 1905


BARNA, Jozsef
Mano
18 Mar 1905


STERN, Jozsef


26 Apr 1905


EISENSTATTER, Nathan


12 Apr 1903


ENGLANDER, Menyhert


11 Sep 1905


MULLER, Nathan


12 Oct 1905


KLEIN, Henrik


14 Oct 1905








3 ERNST, Vilmos


24 Mar 1900


KLEIN, Andor


09 Mar 1901


GROSSMAN, Salamon


02 Jul 1901


NADEL, Ignacz


06 Jul 1901


KLEIN, Abraham


07 Dec 1901


SPIELER, Gyula


10 Jun 1902


FODOR, Odon Fischer


12 Jun 1902


POLLAK, Majer


18 Aug 1902


NEWMAN, Lazar


19 Aug 1902


PRINCZ, Marton


27 Sep 1902


MILLICZER, Pali
Gyula
08 Oct 1902


ARANY, David Kohn


21 Nov 1902


GROSZ, Jozsef


19 Feb 1902


ROTH, Lazar


01 Mar 1903


CZIGLER, Gyorgy


06 Mar 1903


LEBOVITS, Antal


18 Mar 1903


KOHN, Herman


28 Mar 1903


MOHR, Farkas


12 Apr 1903








4 POLLATSIK, Adolf


25 Mar 1895


SCHVARCZ, Henrik


08 Aug 1898


DEUTS, Jozsef


17 Oct 1898


BERKOVITS, Jakob


02 Dec 1898


FRIEDMAN, Igancz


08 Jan 1899


STEINER, Marton


02 Feb 1899


SCHVARCZ, Samu


17 Apr 1899


KOHN, Jakob


19 Mar 1899


FISCHER, Jeno


06 Jun 1899


METH, Igancz


11 Jul 1899


BORENSTEIN, Jozsef


01 Oct 1899


FREISTADTL, Majer


04 Nov 1899


LUSICZKY, Jozsef


18 Dec 1899


KATZ, N.


11 Oct 1900


GUTMAN, Abraham


18 Jan 1900


LOSOIC*, Sandor


21 Nov 1900


KOHN, Henrik


24 Jan 1900








5 SINGER, Ignacz


23 Dec 1900


LICHTNER, Arnold


14 Jul 1896


KLEIN, Bernat


21 Dec 1896


FREUHAFT, Gabor


30 Jan 1897


VELWART, Fulop


21 Mar 1897


CSERO, Gyula


24 Mar 1897


DEUTSCH, Irme


11 Jun 1897


SCHVARCZ, Dezso


14 Sep 1897


STEINER, Jakob


06 Oct 1897


SPIELER, jeno


12 Mar 1898


KLEIN, Peter


13 Mar 1899


SCHWIMER, Lipot


23 Dec 1897


KLEINBERGER, Lorincz


09 Nov 1897


BERNAT, Lajos


26 Sep 1897


KLEIN, Herman


17 Aug 1897


WEISZ, Gaspar


12 Jun 1897


BERKOVITS, Herman


19 Nov 1896








6 POLLAK, Erno


06 Nov 1894


MARKOVITS, Ferencz


12 Nov 1894


FRIEDMAN, Marton


19 Jan 1895


?OMAN, Jozsef


16 Apr 1895


KRAMER, Samu


20 Jun 1895


BARNA, Ferencz


08 Jul 1895


FREIWILIG, Lipot


14 Aug 1895


BLAU, Herman


14 Aug 1896


SCHVARCZ, Lajos


19 Apr 1896


EDELSTEIN, Sandor


23 Apr 1896


SCHVARCZ, Abraham


29 Apr 1896


GUTMAN, Herman


15 Jun 1896


WOLLANDER, Izidor


13 Oct 1896


HERCZ, Marton


17 Jan 1897


VITTMANN, Mor


13 May 1895


SCHLESINGER, Vilmos


18 May 1895


SCHLESINGER, Maria
Vilmos Schvarcz 09 Feb 1909








7 PREISZ, Adolf


22 Apr 1901


KOHN, Fulop


17 Jun 1893


KLEIN, Adolf


26 Jun 1893


SINGER, Vilmos


21 Jul 1893


KLEIN, Jozsef


02 Sep 1893


BRAUN, Bertalan


05 Oct 1893


STERN, Mor


13 Oct 1893


ROSENBERG, Marton


10 Jan 1894


STEINER, Jakob


12 Jan 1894


ROSENGARTEN, Marton


28 Feb 1894


SPITZ, Nandor


03 Aug 1894


ARMBAND, Simon


07 Aug 1894


VEBERMANN, Mor


25 Sep 1894


WEISZ, Majer


21 Dec 1894


KOHN, Jozsef


15 Sep 1894


BORENSTEIN, Jakob


26 Jan 1894


BORENSTEIN, Jakobné


30 Nov 1924








8 LANGFELDER, Herman


?? ?? 1901


WEISZ, Ignacz


02 Jan 1891


WEISZ, Sandor


10 Jan 1891


VEINSTEIN, Lipman


20 Jul 1891


FRIED, Adolf


10 Aug 1891


BORGOS, Abraham


11 Aug 1891


VEINSTEIN, Jakob


11 Feb 1892


GOTTFRIED, Sandor


04 Jun 1892


LANG , Ignacz


05 Aug 1892


BERNAT, Samuel


01 Mar 1892


FRIED, David


10 Feb 1895


LAKNER, Viktor
Mor
05 Sep 1892


NEUMAN, Bernat
Marton
24 Mar 1893


SCHVARCZ, Zsigmond


09 Jun 1893


BLAU, Sandor


08 Feb 1892


ROTH, Ferencz


22 Mar 1891








9 GAJDACSIK, Salamon


27 Oct 1890


FREUND, Samuel


03 Oct 1889


POLLATSIK, Adolf


20 Sep 1890


FISCHER, Samuel


28 Sep 1890


HELLER, Jakob


16 Jan 1890


MULLER, Mor


05 Jan 1890


LEBOVITS, Abraham


29 Dec 1889


KLEIN, Leopold


28 Aug 1889


KLEIN, Adolf


02 Jul 1889


BRAUN, Vilmos


26 Jun 1889


SCHVARCZ, Jakob


14 Apr 1889


KORENHAUSER, Jozsefné


11 Dec 1924


KORENHAUSER, Jozsef


08 Mar 1889


FARKAS, Vilmos


01 Feb 1889


ROTTENBERG, Ignacz


15 Jan 1889


LANG, Benjamin


12 Jan 1889







10 1 PERLMUTTER, Lani
Jakob Brenner 09 Feb 1917


DANCZ, Maria
Jozsef Schvarcz 22 Dec 1906


KLEIN, Czilli


28 Oct 1906


KLEIN, Roza


24 Aug 1906


BRAUNFELD, Regina


13 Aug 1906


SILBERBERG, Kornelia


28 Jul 1906


KLEIN, Betti
Peter Flamm 04 Jun 1906


HELLER, Lina
Zsigmond
06 May 1906


DEUTSCH, Borbala
Jozsef
05 Apr 1906


POLLATSIK, Katalin
Rudolf
28 Feb 1906


KLEIN, Roza
Ignacz Blumberger 28 Feb 1906


SPIEGEL, Julia
Marton Wiener 26 Jan 1906


KLEINBERGER, Eszter
Lorincz Grun 30 Oct 1905


GOLDMAN, Eszter


25 Aug 1905


BRAUNFELD, Lorinczné


24 Aug 1905


TREBITSCH, Irma


04 Aug 1905


BUCHLER, Terez


11 Jul 1905








2 FRIEDMANN, Mariska
Lejos
22 May 1904


KLEIN, Pepi
Jakob *? 27 Dec 1904


ROSENBERG, Szali
Lorincz Feldman 14 Feb 1905


BINET, *


25 May 1905


KORNGOLD, Szali
Jakob Lov 21 Jun 1905


HERZOG, Johanna
Adolf Wechszler 07 May 1905


MAROSSI, Annuska


05 May 1905


BATORI, Antonia
Jenone Lobl 04 Apr 1905


HAHN, Regina


31 Mar 1905


NEUMAN, Ernesztine
Simon Weisz 22 Jan 1905


GUTTMAN, Fani
Mikal Vald 11 Jan 1905


SCHVARCZ, Julia
Sandor Weisz 27 Dec 1906


SCHREIBER, Regina
Mano Schlesinger 27 Dec 1904


LANG, Benjaminné


10 Dec 1904


POLLAK, Janka


07 Dec 1904


REICH, Roza


29 Nov 1904


GOLDBERGER, Gizella


08 Nov 1904


LOVI, Czilli
Laszlo Kohn 26 Aug 1904


GOLDBERGER, Helen


13 Mar 1904


SCHVARCZ, Jozsefné


02 Jan 1904


GLUCK, Czilli


21 Dec 1903








3 GLUCK, Malvin


01 Nov 1903


LOWI, Hermanné


05 Oct 1903


KAUFMAN, *
Samuel   10 Aug 1903


ROTHSCHILD, Czeczilia


28 Jul 1903


GUTMAN, Abrahamné


04 Jun 1903


VIGDESOVITS, Raska


07 Apr 1903


BREYER, Amalia

Breyer, Jozsef 09 Apr 1903


KOMAROMI, Aranka
Rezso Lowi 07 Apr 1903


GRUN, Margit


04 Apr 1903


GRUN, Katalin


01 Jan 1903


RITTER, Helen

Ritter, Kalman 27 Nov 1902


MULLER, *
Mayer
16 Nov 1902


BERGER, Roza
Jakob Fischer 08 Oct 1902


LANDAU, Maria
Mozes Tillman 07 Aug 1902


SCHONWALD, Hanni
Samu   18 Jun 1902


POSNER, Borbala
Jonas Fried 10 May 1902


LIPPE, Margit


19 Mar 1902


NUSSBAUM, Anna


03 May 1902


WITTMAN, Rozal


06 ?? 1902


LOWI, Roza


09 Jan 1902


VEISZ, Eszter
Samuel
07 Dec 1901








4 MAIBAUM, Somané


21 May 1900


STERN, Borbala
Jozsef
12 Jul 1900


MARKUS, *
Samuel
04 Aug 1900


VEISZ, Julia
Lorincz
25 Nov 1900


GROSZMAN, Rebeka


15 Jan 1901


BRAUN, Tolan
Lajos Lovi 26 Jan 1901


KRANZ, Maria
Abuse   05 Feb 1901


ROZENVASZER, Fani


26 Feb 1901


NEUMAN, *
Lazar
04 May 1901


GOLDSTEIN, Rezi
Fabian Wilner 14 Jul 1901


HANDLER, *
Jozsef Blumberger 29 Jul 1901


SOLTESZ, Adolfné


10 Oct 1901


KOFFMAN, Betti


14 Dec 1901


GROSZMAN, Morné


02 Dec 1901


GRUNZER, Klara


14 Jul 1901


ROZENFELD, Katalin

*?? 21 Apr 1901


EISLER, Sarolta


03 Apr 1901


STOSSL, Tanka


04 Feb 1901


WALDMAN, Jakobné


12 Oct 1900


WEISZ, *


17 Jul 1900








5 WEISZ, Jozsefné

Roth 12 Jul 1919


ROTH, Davidné


06 Sep 1897


FRANK, Izador


11 Feb 1898


NEUMAN, Pepi
Jakob Pressler 20 Mar 1898


POLLAK, Betti
Jozsef Grossman 08 Aug 1898


FREUND, Fani
Samuel Stern 01 Jan 1899


ENGEL, ??
Fulop   10 Feb 1899


SIDLAUER, Majerné


31 May 1899


VIEDER, Ferez
Zsigmond Schvarcz 20 Jun 1899


HOLITSER, Tolan
 
01 Jul 1899


WIENER, Leni
Mor Speigel 10 Jul 1899


VEISZ, Eszti
Jakob
26 Oct 1899


STEINER, Antonia


17 Mar 1900


ZUKERMANN, Pepi
Jakob Schvarcz 04 Jul 1900


REH, Paula
Igancz
24 Jan 1900


UNTERBERGER, Lina
Adolf Kohn 13 Jan 1900


SCHVARCZ, Roza


11 * 1899


LOBL, Samuelné


06 Jun 1899


HELBERGER, Betti


11 * 1899


SCHVARCZ, Eszti
David
11 Feb 1899








6 KLEIN, Rebeka


12 ?? 1896


SCHVARCZ, Rozalia
Samuel   01 Dec 1896


HERZ, *
Marton   25 Nov 1896


STERN, Eszter
Fulop
23 Feb 1897


LIPSCHITZ, Majerné


13 Mar 1897


SCHVARCZ, Szerena


06 Jul 1897


HANZER, Mari
  Klein 07 Dec 1897


HERSCHKOVITS, Jakobné


04 Jan 1898


LICHTMAN, Fani


05 Feb 1898


POLLATSIK, Leni
Soma Lowi 13 Feb 1898


LITTAUER, Betti


21 Feb 1898


ROTH, Zseni


30 Mar 1898


DEUTSCH, Fani
Jozsef
19 May 1898


BREUER, Margit
Jozsef
11 Jul 1898


UNKNOWN, Gizella
  Grunberger 15 Sep 1898


SCHAFFER, Jozsefné


19 Sep 1898


KAUFMANN, *


25 Sep 1898


HERZKOVITS, *


12 Dec 1898








7 KLEIN, Freida
Lipot   29 Nov 1899


SCHVARCZ, Maria
Ignacz Schlesinger 27 Feb 1895


SCHLESINGER 





~ 1906-1960 ~

( * = Not transcribed or illegible and -né suffix at the end of a name = Mrs. )

Burial Record ID Plot Location
Section/Row
SURNAME, Given Spouse Father Date of Death

1 3/1 KLEIN, Bernat

10 Jun 1908
2 3/1 MADARASZ, Bela

27 Jun 1908
3 3/1 KERCZ, Herman

31 Dec 1908
4 3/1 SCHVARCZ, Betti

24 Apr 1923
5 3/1 ROSENFELD, Josef

15 Mar 1909
6 3/1 HAHN, Gyula

6 Apr 1909
7 3/1 STEINICZ, Geza

21 Apr 1909
8 3/1 ROTH, Samuel

29 May 1909
9 3/1 BRAUN, Farkas

29 Jun 1909
10 3/1 ADAM, Mozes

27 Jul 1909

11 3/2 FARKAS (KOHN), Jakab

30 Jul 1909
12 3/2 STEINER, Mor

22 Dec 1909
13 3/2 WEISZ, Lipot

25 Feb 1910
14 3/2 FLEISCHER, Ignacz

11 Mar 1910
15 3/2 FRISCH, Jozsef

25 Mar 1910
16 3/2 POLLATSIK, Samuel

29 Apr 1910
17 3/2 KOHN, Armin

20 Apr 1910
18 3/2 FLEISCHER, Jozsef

8 May 1910
19 3/2 NEUMAN, Mor

1 Aug 1910
20 3/2 GANGO, Lajos

6 Sep 1910
20/1 3/2 RAUCH, Mor

7 Oct 1910
20/2 3/2 UNKNOWN, Endre

13 Oct 1910

41 3/5 POLLAK, Jakab

18 Jan 1913
42 3/5 SCHNEEVEISZ, Jakab

19 Mar 1913
43 3/5 SCHACHTER, Leo

7 Apr 1913
44 3/5 SCHVARCZ, Samuel

27 Oct 1913
45 3/5 GLANCZER, Gaspar

24 Jan 1914
46 3/5 ROTH, Salamon

28 Jan 1914
47 3/5 PUTZ, Vilmos

1 Apr 1914
48 3/5 WEISZ, Salamon

29 Mar 1915
49 3/5 LANDAU, Mozses

27 Jan 1916
50 3/5 ADAM, Jozsef

5 Mar 1918

51 3/6 LOVINGER, Jakab

23 Apr 1914
52 3/6 HELLER, Zsigmund

15 Jun 1914
53 3/6 HELLER, Zali
Lovi 21 Nov 1914
54 3/6 FLEISCHER, Sandor

7 Feb 1915
55 3/6 LICHTNER, Gyula

27 Feb 1915
56 3/6 HOLEZVEBER, Izidor

11 Apr 1915
57 3/6 SCHIMMERLING, Henrik

21 Apr 1915
58 3/6 VILDER, Karoly

17 Jun 1915
59 3/6 NEULANDER, Samuel

31 Aug 1915
60 3/6 SCHVARCZ, Samuel

15 Nov 1915
60/1 3/6 ERNSZT, Jozsef

7 Dec 1918

61 3/7 HAY, Endre

22 Apr 1915
62 3/7 FRIEDMAN, Jozsef

13 Jan 1916
63 3/7 ALTMAN, Sigmond

26 Mar 1916
64 3/7 VELTMAN, Herman

10 Apr 1916
65 3/7 BRAUN, Bernat

17 May 1916
66 3/7 POLLATSIK, Rudolf

29 May 1916
67 3/7 FRANKL, Miksa

13 Sep 1916
68 3/7 FLAMM, Dezso

12 May 1917
69 3/7 FELDER, Samu

6 Jun 1917
70 3/7 ARON, Sandor

13 Jan 1918
70/1 3/7 SCHLESINGER, Ignacz

6 Dec 1918

71 3/8 FRIEDMAN, Lipot

19 Dec 1916
72 3/8 SCHVARCZ, Jakab

24 Aug 1917
73 3/8 UNGAR, Adolf

29 Nov 1917
74 3/8 FRIEDMAN, Lazar

19 Apr 1918
75 3/8 SCHVARCZ, Samuel

25 Jul 1918
76 3/8 SCHNEEVEISZ, Mihaly

4 Oct 1918
77 3/8 BORNSTEIN, Adolf

25 Feb 1919
77/1 3/8 VAROSSI, Maria
Klein 2 Nov 1923
78 3/8 VAROSSI, Sandor

11 Apr 1918
80 3/8 KLEIN, Miksa

11 Sep 1917

81 3/9 KLEIN, Peter

2 Mar 1919
82 3/9 POLLITZER, Jakab

28 Mar 1919
83 3/9 GROSZMAN, Mor

16 Jun 1919
84 3/9 WEISZ, Jozsef

11 Jul 1919
85 3/9 DAVIDOVITS, Bernat

26 Nov 1919
86 3/9 MOSKOVITS, wife

15 Feb 1920
87 3/9 KRAUSZ, Ignacz

6 Dec 1921
87/1 3/9 GARTNER, Mor

20 Nov 1921
87/2 3/9 POLLITZER, Jakab

7 Oct 1921
88 3/9 WEISZ, Salamon

25 Apr 1921
89 3/9 ROSENBERG, Samuel

20 Jan 1920
90 3/9 LUSZTIG, Jozsef

12 Jun 1920

1 4/1 KLEIN, Czili
Lang 21 Nov 1908
2 4/1 WEISZ, Borbala
Braun 26 Jan 1909
3 4/1 SINGER, Czeczilia
Friedman 22 May 1909
4 4/1 FARKAS, Szali
Weisz 2 Jul 1909
5 4/1 REINER, Johanna
Wolf 10 Sep 1909
6 4/1 TURISANYI?, Terez
Kunstler 4 Dec 1909
7 4/1 DIAMANT, Vilma

18 Mar 1910
8 4/1 ROTH, Ezsti
Schneller 23 Oct 1910
9 4/1 MITLEIDER, Yanka
Klein 2 Nov 1910
10 4/1 WEISZ, wife

19 Jan 1911
10/a 4/1 FRIEDMAN, Jakab

25 Mar 1944

11 4/2 LOW, Boriska
Ciglar 11 Sep 1910
12 4/2 KRAUSZ, Anna
Kantor? 2 Jan 1911
13 4/2 GROSSMAN, Julia