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Levi HECHT

M, #I151

Family

Marriage 1 : Giedel HEILBRUNN

  1. Hindel HECHT, b. 1798

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Blumchen GOLDSCHMIDT

F, #I152, b. 1810

Family

Marriage 1 : Mendel KATZ m. 06 September 1838, b. 1809

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Fratchen GOLDSCHMIDT

F, #I153, b. 1802

Family

Marriage 1 : Samuel BLACH m. 07 November 1839, b. 1805

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Samuel BLACH

M, #I154, b. 1805

Family

Marriage 1 : Fratchen GOLDSCHMIDT m. 07 November 1839, b. 1802

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Rahel PLAUT

F, #I155

Family

Marriage 1 : Salomon BLACH

  1. Samuel BLACH, b. 1805

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Salomon BLACH

M, #I156

Family

Marriage 1 : Rahel PLAUT

  1. Samuel BLACH, b. 1805

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Mollie

F, #I157

Family

Marriage 1 : Alex HIRSHBURG

  1. Nettie HIRSHBURG, b. 1868

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Mendel KATZ

M, #I158, b. 1809

Family

Marriage 1 : Blumchen GOLDSCHMIDT m. 06 September 1838, b. 1810

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Teichen PLAUT

F, #I159

Family

Marriage 1 : Baruch KATZ

  1. Mendel KATZ, b. 1809

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Baruch KATZ

M, #I160

Family

Marriage 1 : Teichen PLAUT

  1. Mendel KATZ, b. 1809

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Walter Cohen CLIFTON

M, #I161

Family

Marriage 1 : ELINOR

  1. DC
  2. AC

Notes:

Born Feb 26, 19. Walter Adolf. Went to Hindenburg School in Dusseldorf. Went to Blundell school in England from September 1938 until December 1940.

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Adolf COHEN

M, #I162, b. 26 May 1891, d. 30 August 1918

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

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Eugene Clifton COHEN

M, #I163, b. 26 April 1895, d. 19 July 1978

Family

Marriage 1 : Lotte ROSENTHAL , b. 23 April 1909

  1. Gerald CLIFTON, b. 20 September 1931

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Eva KAMP

M, #I164, b. 02 April 1863, d. 29 December 1939

Family

Marriage 1 : Eva KAMP m. 1888, b. 02 April 1863, d. 29 December 1939

  1. Arthur COHEN, b. 13 October 1888, d. September 1942
  2. Adolf COHEN, b. 26 May 1891, d. 30 August 1918
  3. Eugene Clifton COHEN, b. 26 April 1895, d. 19 July 1978

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Isaac COHEN

M, #I165, b. 19 March 1859, d. 28 July 1942

Family

Marriage 1 : Eva KAMP m. 1888, b. 02 April 1863, d. 29 December 1939

  1. Arthur COHEN, b. 13 October 1888, d. September 1942
  2. Adolf COHEN, b. 26 May 1891, d. 30 August 1918
  3. Eugene Clifton COHEN, b. 26 April 1895, d. 19 July 1978

Notes:

In 1878 (?) the I&I Cohen Company was founded in Düsseldorf by Isaac and Isaac Cohen, one of them is the husband of Eva Kamp, sister of Adolf. (from Karin, when discussing Kamp and Cohen businesses)

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Abraham COHEN

M, #I166, b. 30 September 1806, d. 1875

Family

Marriage 1 : Caroline HARFF m. 20 October 1854 Dülken, Viersen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, b. 09 May 1826, d. 20 January 1900

  1. Isaac COHEN, b. 19 March 1859, d. 28 July 1942
  2. Leo COHEN, b. 25 September 1862
  3. Philipp COHEN, b. 12 March 1861, d. 1937
  4. Siegmund COHEN, b. 26 June 1856, d. 26 August 1942
  5. Jacob COHEN, b. 25 July 1864
  6.    Max COHEN, b. 02 September 1857
  7.    Jetta COHEN, b. 11 May 1855

Sources

  1. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde in Bergheim,

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Caroline HARFF

F, #I167, b. 09 May 1826, d. 20 January 1900

Family

Marriage 1 : Abraham COHEN m. 20 October 1854 Dülken, Viersen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, b. 30 September 1806, d. 1875

  1. Isaac COHEN, b. 19 March 1859, d. 28 July 1942
  2. Leo COHEN, b. 25 September 1862
  3. Philipp COHEN, b. 12 March 1861, d. 1937
  4. Siegmund COHEN, b. 26 June 1856, d. 26 August 1942
  5. Jacob COHEN, b. 25 July 1864
  6.    Max COHEN, b. 02 September 1857
  7.    Jetta COHEN, b. 11 May 1855

Sources

  1. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde in Bergheim,
  2. Bergheim cemetery,

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Rachel

F, #I168

Family

Marriage 1 : Nathan WIZANSKY , b. October 1826

  1. Jennie WIZANSKY, b. 20 December 1867, d. 20 January 1955

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Eva FELTENSTEIN

F, #I169, b. 17 December 1885, d. 23 January 1924

Family

Marriage 1 : Joseph KALIS , b. 10 December 1880, d. 1929

  1. Selma KALIS, b. 18 March 1907, d. 11 August 1960
  2.    Florence KALIS
  3.    Josephine KALIS

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Sibilla CAEN

F, #I170

Family

Marriage 1 : Levi CAEN m. 1753 Sinzenich, Euskirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

  1. Abraham COHEN, b. 1758, d. 1838
  2. Sigmund COHEN, b. 1756, d. 06 September 1837

Sources

  1. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde in Bergheim, Page 273

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Levi CAEN

M, #I171

Family

Marriage 1 : Sibilla CAEN m. 1753 Sinzenich, Euskirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

  1. Abraham COHEN, b. 1758, d. 1838
  2. Sigmund COHEN, b. 1756, d. 06 September 1837

Sources

  1. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde in Bergheim, Page 273

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Joseph KALIS

M, #I172, b. 10 December 1880, d. 1929

Family

Marriage 1 : Eva FELTENSTEIN , b. 17 December 1885, d. 23 January 1924

  1. Selma KALIS, b. 18 March 1907, d. 11 August 1960
  2.    Florence KALIS
  3.    Josephine KALIS

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Gerald CLIFTON

M, #I173, b. 20 September 1931

Family

Marriage 1 : Carole LANDEY

  1.    Anthony Paul CLIFTON, b. [private]
  2.    Mark CLIFTON

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

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Carole LANDEY

F, #I174

Family

Marriage 1 : Gerald CLIFTON , b. 20 September 1931

  1.    Anthony Paul CLIFTON, b. [private]
  2.    Mark CLIFTON

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

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Julie KAMP

F, #I175, b. 23 August 1861, d. 04 February 1935

Family

Marriage 1 : Max DAVIDS , b. 04 August 1863, d. 1943

  1. Johanna DAVIDS, b. 04 August 1892, d. 1944
  2. Martha DAVIDS, b. 28 October 1893
  3.    Paula DAVIDS, b. 22 October 1895, d. 1945
  4. Luise DAVIDS, b. 11 August 1897, d. Unknown
  5. Walter DAVIDS, b. 26 November 1898, d. 1972

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,
  3. Karin Kammann, private research,

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Alexander KAMP

M, #I176, b. 03 May 1829, d. 30 April 1901

Family

Marriage 1 : Johanna HAUSMANN , b. 1826, d. 22 August 1868

  1. Eva KAMP, b. 02 April 1863, d. 29 December 1939
  2. Julie KAMP, b. 23 August 1861, d. 04 February 1935
  3. Michael KAMP, b. 21 February 1867, d. 09 April 1936
  4. Adolf KAMP, b. 02 April 1865, d. bet. 1944 and 1945
  5.    Josephine KAMP, b. 23 July 1860

Marriage 2 : Hauna (Hanna) HAUSMANN , b. 1829, d. 07 May 1905

  1. Siegmund KAMP, b. 25 May 1874, d. 20 February 1931
  2. Albert KAMP, b. 07 March 1870, d. 11 July 1939
  3. Leo KAMP, b. 11 January 1878, d. 14 October 1949
  4.    Rudolf KAMP, b. 25 June 1871, d. 08 June 1873
  5. Isaak KAMP, b. 19 February 1873, d. 01 September 1899
  6.    Felix KAMP, b. 05 January 1877, d. 14 September 1877

Notes:

From Karin Kammann and some notes about all the Kamp kids

Korschenbroich is not so far away from Krefeld. Alexander Kamp is already 30 years old, when he - and his brother Adolf - founded the Gebr. Kamp in 1859 in Krefeld (see the advertising) . So this name makes really sense.

On the other attachment, Karin's notes:

the Gebr. Kamp (the business he started with his brother Adolf annouced their date of founding in 1859, the second source has the Gebr. Kamp starting in 1884 when the Gebr Kamp bought the tanner business of Jacob Paschmann in Moers - near Krefeld. But they sold it after two years.

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Kamp family is in Kamp Family needs one more chapter about the Kamps in Krefeld - Essen - Düsseldorf, Karin lets us know that at one time, Krefeld was known as a more tolerant town, "Krefelder Tolerance" but this ended

Alexander Kamp probably founded Gebr Kamp (bros. Kamp) in 1859 in Krefeld. It was butcher shop needs. This was a little before In 1878 (?) the I&I Cohen Company was founded in Düsseldorf by Isaac and Isaac Cohen, one of them is the husband of Eva Kamp, sister of Adolf.

From Karin K - places where the Kamps lived and worked:

Kamp Places in Krefeld
Factory of the Gebr. Kamp Petersstr. 49 - 53

Färberstr. 17 - Place where Alexander Kamp lives with the two Hausman wifes. And the whole story begins

Deutscher Ring 45 - Place of Adolf Henriette and Fritz Inge and Else Max Gutenberg (Else is the sister of Fritz, don t know anything about her)
Victoriastr. 140 - Michael Amanda Kamp with Paul and Matthias

Vicotirastr. 144 - Siegmund Ella Kamp with Gertrud Hanna and Emil Alexander. After the death of Siegmund, Emil Alexander administrate the tie factory. Also Eugen Seligmann lives in this house.
Bogenstr. 11 - the new house of Siegmund Kamp

Hohenzollernstr. 15 - new flat of Paul Kamp in one of the best regions Krefeld, but near by Bogenstr. and Vicotriastr.

Bleichpfad 37 - tie factory Kamp&Seligman, later Kamp by Siegmund and alter Alexander Kamp

Only Peterstr. 49, Vicortiastr 144 and Hohenzollernstr. 15 still exists. In July 1943 there was a bomb attack in Krefeld and many houses burned down, later to be changed by architects after 1945
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Businesses of the Kamp kids / their kids
Karin notes:
The butcher business is a typical Jewish interest, because in earlier times they allowed this was one of the few businesses the Jews could own. So in Krefled, there is information on the Jews in this profession..Also at the beginning of the 19th century and after the first world war, the emancipation of the Jews still goes on. Many of the tie factories are Jewish, the business of Siegmund
Eva: With husband IsaacThe I & I Cohen in Duesseldorf
Albert Kamp and Leo Kamp: Gebr Kamp in Essen
Fritz Kamp and Paul Kamp: F&P Kamp GmbH
Siegmund: With his neighbor in the Vicotirastr 144 , Eduard Seligmann, he build up the Kamp & Seligmann tie factor in Krefeld.The factory was near the ( later) Jewish social center in the Bleichpfad 37 in Krefeld.

On history of Krefeld:

In 1935 there was a great event of the Nazis in Krefeld with Julius Streicher on the greatest place of the town, the Sprödentalplatz, just 80 meters near by the villas of some of important Jewish factory owners as Dr. Alfred Stern was. The anti-semitic speech of Julius Streicher reaches about 9.000 persons in that tent, that’s 10 percent of the citizen at that time. It might be an initial event for some Jewish families, to evacuate their children for a good education outside of Germany, thinking that this spunk will end sooner or later. But it doesn t.

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. Karin Kammann, private research,
  3. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Familie Kamp aus Krefeld (The history of the Jewish Kamp family from Krefeld),

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Adolph KAMP

M, #I177, b. 10 December 1834, d. 12 October 1871

Family

Marriage 1 : Johanna Phina STRAUSS m. 1863 Krefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, b. 1841

  1.    Adolphine Sibilla KAMP, b. 25 December 1871, d. 24 August 1873
  2. Bertha KAMP, b. 10 December 1870, d. 14 September 1911
  3.    Albert KAMP, b. 08 January 1870

Marriage 2 : Henriette BURGGRAF

Notes:

Rudy said he was buried in krefeld in old jewish cem, but I can't find a tombstone.

From Karin:

A look at the Kamp tombstones at Steinheim institute just mentioned an Adolf Kamp, born at Korschenbroich in 26.10.1833 and died in Venlo 12.Okt. 1871. Korschenbroich is not so far away from Krefeld. Alexander Kamp is already 30 years old, when he - and his brother Adolf - founded the Gebr. Kamp in 1859 in Krefeld (see the advertising) . So this name makes really sense.

died 1871 in Venlo / Netherlands and not even in Krefeld. As show in the archive files of the citizen of Krefeld, the Kamps already have had good business relationsships to the Netherlands and also to Belgium. But why did Adolf I. dies in Venlo? On a business trip?

the Gebr. Kamp (the business he started with his brother Alexander) annouced their date of founding in 1859, the second source has the Gebr. Kamp starting in 1884 when the Gebr Kamp bought the tanner business of Jacob Paschmann in Moers - near Krefeld. But they sold it after two years.

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. http://www.steinheim-institut.de,
  3. Karin Kammann, private research,
  4. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Familie Kamp aus Krefeld (The history of the Jewish Kamp family from Krefeld),

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Philipp SCHWARZ

M, #I178, b. August 1833, d. 12 February 1891

Family

Marriage 1 : Sophie KAMP , b. 26 December 1831, d. 24 April 1918

  1. Rosalie SCHWARZ, b. 18 March 1870, d. 23 November 1941
  2. Albert SCHWARZ, b. 23 August 1875, d. 19 November 1943
  3.    Aron SCHWARZ, b. 29 April 1860
  4. Adolph SCHWARZ, b. 23 July 1861, d. 05 November 1935
  5. Samuel SCHWARZ, b. 21 May 1863, d. 18 April 1893
  6.    Josephina SCHWARZ, b. 21 August 1864
  7. Moses SCHWARZ, b. 15 March 1866, d. 08 May 1942
  8.    Sigmund SCHWARZ, b. 10 June 1867, d. 18 June 1894

Notes:

One of Philipp and Sophie's grandson was a Rabbi in 1969 in Michigan (Benton Harber?) Accdng Rudy

Sources

  1. http://www.steinheim-institut.de,
  2. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  3. Familienbuch Euregio website,
  4. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Familie Kamp aus Krefeld (The history of the Jewish Kamp family from Krefeld),

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Andreas KAMP

M, #I179, b. 1794, d. 09 April 1834

Family

Marriage 1 : Sibilla DANIELS , b. 1798, d. 12 October 1871

  1. Sophie KAMP, b. 26 December 1831, d. 24 April 1918
  2. Alexander KAMP, b. 03 May 1829, d. 30 April 1901
  3. Adolph KAMP, b. 10 December 1834, d. 12 October 1871

Notes:

Rudy mentioned that as late as 1854 they were signing names in Hebrew, not German indicating that they did not know German (good for them!) They were also very poor until they moved to Krefeld and started the business

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Familie Kamp aus Krefeld (The history of the Jewish Kamp family from Krefeld),

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Selma KALIS

F, #I180, b. 18 March 1907, d. 11 August 1960

Family

Marriage 1 : Butler DISMAN , b. 15 November 1888, d. 22 December 1972

Marriage 2 : George HALPER m. 29 June 1927 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, b. 28 January 1901, d. 23 January 1935

Marriage 3 : Gerald S POWERS m. 04 February 1936 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, b. 27 July 1883, d. 01 March 1952

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Falk KAMP

M, #I181, b. abt. 1805, d. 1876

Family

Marriage 1 : Eva KOMMER m. 1830, b. abt. 1812, d. 1877

  1. Isaac KAMP, b. 09 March 1844

Sources

  1. H. und C. Bormann: Heimat an der Erft. Die Landjuden in den Synagogengemeinden Gymnich, Friesheim und Lechenich. Erftstadt 1993; ISBN 3-9802650-3-X,

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Eva KOMMER

F, #I182, b. abt. 1812, d. 1877

Family

Marriage 1 : Falk KAMP m. 1830, b. abt. 1805, d. 1876

  1. Isaac KAMP, b. 09 March 1844

Sources

  1. H. und C. Bormann: Heimat an der Erft. Die Landjuden in den Synagogengemeinden Gymnich, Friesheim und Lechenich. Erftstadt 1993; ISBN 3-9802650-3-X,

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Sophia EPHRAIM

F, #I183, b. abt. 1767, d. 11 March 1844

Family

Marriage 1 : Abraham CAMP , b. 1768, d. 30 January 1854

  1. Andreas KAMP, b. 1794, d. 09 April 1834
  2. Falk KAMP, b. abt. 1805, d. 1876
  3. Isaak KAMP, b. abt. 1807
  4. Alexander KAMP, b. 1803
  5. Elias CAMP, b. abt. 1808

Sources

  1. H. und C. Bormann: Heimat an der Erft. Die Landjuden in den Synagogengemeinden Gymnich, Friesheim und Lechenich. Erftstadt 1993; ISBN 3-9802650-3-X,

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Florence KALIS

F, #I184

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Josephine KALIS

F, #I185

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Salomon CAMP

M, #I186, b. 01 January 1810, d. 1883

Family

Marriage 1 : Rosina HIRSCH m. 1843, b. 1812, d. 1875

Sources

  1. H. und C. Bormann: Heimat an der Erft. Die Landjuden in den Synagogengemeinden Gymnich, Friesheim und Lechenich. Erftstadt 1993; ISBN 3-9802650-3-X,
  2. Details: http://www.familienbuch-euregio.de/welcome.html,

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Rosina HIRSCH

F, #I187, b. 1812, d. 1875

Family

Marriage 1 : Salomon CAMP m. 1843, b. 01 January 1810, d. 1883

Sources

  1. H. und C. Bormann: Heimat an der Erft. Die Landjuden in den Synagogengemeinden Gymnich, Friesheim und Lechenich. Erftstadt 1993; ISBN 3-9802650-3-X,
  2. Duren Geschichtswerkstaff, http://www.geschichtswerkstatt-duren.de

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Dege ANDRES

F, #I188, b. 1742, d. 15 April 1816

Family

Marriage 1 : Isaac CAMP , b. abt. 1740, d. 04 April 1816

  1. Rachel CAHEN, b. abt. 1777
  2. Schöngen CAMP, b. abt. 1782
  3. Falk CAMP, b. abt. 01 February 1775, d. May 1819
  4. Abraham CAMP, b. 1768, d. 30 January 1854
  5. Sibilla CAIN, b. abt. 1775, d. 08 May 1844

Sources

  1. H. und C. Bormann: Heimat an der Erft. Die Landjuden in den Synagogengemeinden Gymnich, Friesheim und Lechenich. Erftstadt 1993; ISBN 3-9802650-3-X,
  2. Details: http://www.familienbuch-euregio.de/welcome.html,
  3. Familienbuch Euregio website,

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Isaac CAMP

M, #I189, b. abt. 1740, d. 04 April 1816

Family

Marriage 1 : Dege ANDRES , b. 1742, d. 15 April 1816

  1. Rachel CAHEN, b. abt. 1777
  2. Schöngen CAMP, b. abt. 1782
  3. Falk CAMP, b. abt. 01 February 1775, d. May 1819
  4. Abraham CAMP, b. 1768, d. 30 January 1854
  5. Sibilla CAIN, b. abt. 1775, d. 08 May 1844

Sources

  1. H. und C. Bormann: Heimat an der Erft. Die Landjuden in den Synagogengemeinden Gymnich, Friesheim und Lechenich. Erftstadt 1993; ISBN 3-9802650-3-X,
  2. Details: http://www.familienbuch-euregio.de/welcome.html,
  3. Familienbuch Euregio website,

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Andreas Manus ABRAHAM

M, #I190, d. bef. 1780

Family

Marriage 1 : Anna Rachel JACOBS

  1. Dege ANDRES, b. 1742, d. 15 April 1816

Notes:

In 1732 Andreas Manus and Rachel Jacobs were retailers in Dirmerzheim. I think in 1764 they were the only Jews. Their daughter married Isaac Kamp. Isaac's brother was Josef Cahn. The Kamps took the Kamp name after 1830 in Kommern and Nideggen-Berg. This is from the Bormann book

Sources

  1. H. und C. Bormann: Heimat an der Erft. Die Landjuden in den Synagogengemeinden Gymnich, Friesheim und Lechenich. Erftstadt 1993; ISBN 3-9802650-3-X,
  2. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Familie Kamp aus Krefeld (The history of the Jewish Kamp family from Krefeld),

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Biel

F, #I191

Family

Marriage 1 : Josef CAIN

  1. Isaac CAMP, b. abt. 1740, d. 04 April 1816
  2. Josef CAHN

Sources

  1. H. und C. Bormann: Heimat an der Erft. Die Landjuden in den Synagogengemeinden Gymnich, Friesheim und Lechenich. Erftstadt 1993; ISBN 3-9802650-3-X,

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Josef CAIN

M, #I192

Family

Marriage 1 : Biel

  1. Isaac CAMP, b. abt. 1740, d. 04 April 1816
  2. Josef CAHN

Notes:

FRom Book:

In 1698 there were only two Jewish families living in Friesheim.

Sources

  1. H. und C. Bormann: Heimat an der Erft. Die Landjuden in den Synagogengemeinden Gymnich, Friesheim und Lechenich. Erftstadt 1993; ISBN 3-9802650-3-X,
  2. Dokumentationzur Geschichte der Juden am linken Niederrhein seit dem 17. Jahrhundert, Klaus H.S. SchulteFrom UCLA library, in German, 1972. Verlag L.Schwann, Dusseldorf publisher

: 22 October 2018
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Michael KAMP

M, #I193, b. 21 February 1867, d. 09 April 1936

Family

Marriage 1 : Amanda REISS , b. 19 September 1877, d. 26 February 1943

  1. Paul KAMP, b. 15 June 1896, d. Unknown
  2. Mathias KAMP, b. 16 December 1899, d. Unknown

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. Karin Kammann, private research,

: 23 August 2015
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Adolf KAMP

M, #I194, b. 02 April 1865, d. bet. 1944 and 1945

Family

Marriage 1 : Henriette KAUFMANN , b. 21 March 1872

  1. Fritz KAMP, b. 08 July 1895, d. 03 September 1944
  2. Else KAMP, b. 09 June 1899, d. 19 October 1944

Notes:

Adolf Kamp is one of the important Jewish people in Krefeld and after the pogrom in Nov 1938 the Nazi listed him on a sheet for deportation to KZ Dachau. The first intention of the Nazi was, to take all Jewish company owner into prison and KZ to take over their companies.They can return from Dachau by two appointments: 1) sell all their properities to a German owner for much less money 2) to get an certificate to emigrate. Mostly the left with only ten Reichmark, this means 50 Dollars (from Karin research)

Lived:Deutscher Ring 45 - Place of Adolf and Henriette; Fritz, Inge and Else Max Gutenberg

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. Karin Kammann, private research,

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Max DAVIDS

M, #I195, b. 04 August 1863, d. 1943

Family

Marriage 1 : Julie KAMP , b. 23 August 1861, d. 04 February 1935

  1. Johanna DAVIDS, b. 04 August 1892, d. 1944
  2. Martha DAVIDS, b. 28 October 1893
  3.    Paula DAVIDS, b. 22 October 1895, d. 1945
  4. Luise DAVIDS, b. 11 August 1897, d. Unknown
  5. Walter DAVIDS, b. 26 November 1898, d. 1972

Notes:

Your are absolutely right. There is also a Walter Davids existing, emigrated to Rhodesia.
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~alcalz/aufbau/1946/1 946pdf/1946a16s31.pdf
Here is the announcemeht of the death from Max Davids by Walter, living at Box 65 Luanshya Rhodesia, now the Zimbawe by Robert Mugabe.

As you can show in the map, I send to you, Hüls is a small town near by Krefeld. In former times, it is an own citizenship, but nowadays it is a part of the main town Krefeld. Julie Kamp just marries Max Davids, a cattle dealer and near by the former Kamp business. Remember, Adolf and Alexander first deals with skins and coates. So that marriage makes sense, and if love is all around much more.

So Julie, the first kid of Alexander Kamp an Johanna Hausmann marries Max Davids in Hüls, near by Krefeld. There is an own book published about the Jews in Hüls I bought, but do not read right now. First of all a cattle dealer is well connected and provides even this, the Bros Kamp are dealing with: skins and coats. In difference to Krefeld (known as Crefeld at that time) Hüls is in a lovely landscape and also well connected to other country sides, where the cows lives at the Niederrhein. Krefeld just started their silk and linen carrer and just need much more support by Jewish butcher. That is what was interesting in the Kamp Company. They really changed their old business from skin and coat dealer - even within a merger of the Paschmann company in Moers, they realize, that the skin and coats business it not the way to future. So they decided to go on as a supplier of the butchers industry, witch is also infected by Jewish history. Maybe the told to eachother, that existing butchers of Jewish confession needs really good support. And that’s how it works even in the filials of I&I Cohen in Düsseldorf and also in Gebr. Kamp at Essen, represented with Albert and Leo Kamp at least.

If you got too much daughters and sons, they have to expand the business - at least

The miracle was, that even Eva Cohen can expand the Kamp business. That is different to any other career of the Krefeld company. She takes her chance together with Isaac Cohen and they first founded the I&I Cohen company in Düsseldorf. What might be interesting is the answer of the second I in this company? Who was it? What makes them so successfully? Is there - as a typicall combinations - anyone, who gaves the money and the other the knowledge? Who is Isaac Cohen and the other one?

Of course, all stuff will be served by the Kamp Bros in Krefeld in the beginning. They really have a deep impact of their success, witch is copied in an own way later on by the Bros. Kamp (means Albert an Leo) in Essen. The Kamp Company in Düsseldorf, the so called I&I Cohen formation, have even great success n Düsseldorf, but it might be interesting to know more about the second in this I & I company.

As I know, there is a different file at the Gestapo side. It is really about a Cohen, but I have to check it out. May be he betrayed the other Cohens in Düsseldorf, as an anounecment. But that’s only a suggestion, but not verified.

Lets go back to the Davids, living at Hülsnear by Krefeld

I just try translate _ Max Davids, a cow dealer in Hüls, was a son of Samuel and Sara Davids and get married with Julie geb. Kamp from Krefeld. Max was deported 1942 to Theresienstadt and killed there.. His daughter Johanna was married with Hugo Löwenstein from Bocholt, son of Samuel und Adele Löwenstein. They will be deorteted 1941 to Litzmannstadt and finally killed there. Johannas sister Paula will be deported to Riga verschleppt and 1944 in Stutthof killed, her sister Luise was deportetd 1942 to Theresienstadt and 1944 killed in Auschwitz. The son of Johanna and Hugo Löwensteins. Rudolf Löwenstein lives in Canada and filled out for his relatives papers of rememberance ad Yad Vaschem. A further son of Max and Julie Davids was Waltern, born at 1898; he stayed unmarried as a cow dealer and was arrested during the pogrom at 1938, the so called "Schutzhaft" in the KZ Dachau. After this he emigrated to Rhodesia.

His siterer Martha , born 1893, was a nurse and married twice wirh the 24 years old Hermann Mannsbach, born in Beverungen - a dealer of coates. During the Pogrom in Nov 1938 Hermann Mannsbach will be arrested in Beverungen and set in prison with other Jews in an unheated restroom of a tubleddown building behind the town hall at Beverungen. Next day he would be liberated by intervention of his wife about his dramatic healths.

Even against the signment of 12.12.1938 the coat store of Mannssbach stood there still April 1939. After an sigment oft he Industrie- und Handelskammer to the major of Beverungen, the Arisierung took places and Hermann Mannsbach finished the business on 14.04.1939.

On Juli 1942 the couple will be deported via Münster to Theresienstadt. They survided, but Hermann Mannsbach died shortly after his liberation cause oft he mistreatment of his body. Martha Mannsbach returns to Beverungen, but in 1948 she moved to her cousin to Canada, Winnipeg and get overt to her brother Walter to Rhodesia and from there to Kapstadt, whre she dieed in 1998 in the age of nearly 105 years. Her first son Fritz Mannsbach, born on 20. August 1903 from her first marriage, escaped 1939 via Bremen to Mosambik.

That the deportation to Theresienstadt am 25.7.1942

(01) Klara Caan, Wwe.
(02) Davids Berta, Wwe.
(05) Davids Jenny
(08) Josef Davids, Ehemann
(06) David Johanna, Ehefrau
(11) Max Davids, Vater
(36) Mannsbach Martha geb. Davids, Daughter (will be added on
1.8.1942 with a transport from Münster to Theresienstadt.)
(24) Businessman Helene, Wwe.
(28) Kaufmann Lazarus, Ehemann
(34) Kaufmann Selma, Ehefrau
(32) Kaufmann, Rosina, Mutter
(30) Lina Kaufmann, Tochter
(44) Lina Kaufmann, Wwe.
(37) Rosenberg Johanna, Wwe.
(49) Voss July

Source: http://jg-krefeld.de/Flipbook_ Daten_juedische_Geschichte / files / assets / seo / page216.html

There is also another Walter Davids living here in Fischeln, that is a different quarter of Krefeld and not even Hüls.

http://www.wz-newsline.de/ lokales/krefeld/stadtteile/ fischeln-sued/msm-auf-den- spuren-einer-juedischen- familie-1.467545

Also here you can see the five childrens of Max Davids and Julie Kamp in Hüls, including Walter. Max was a brother of Aharon Davids in Hüls.

Max Davids

Birthdate:
4 August, 1863
Birthplace:
Hüls, Germany
Death:
Died 1943 in Terezin, Terezin, Usti nad Labem Region, Czech Republic
Members:
Son of Samuel Davids und Sarah NN
Husband of July Camping
Father of Martha David , Paula Davids ; Lice Davids , Davids Walter und Johanna Davids
Brother of Aaron Davids

Louise was a married Mohr.
Johanna a married Löwenstein, as you already know.

Here you can see the tombstone of Julie
http://www.steinheim-institut.de/daten/picse42/xl/4004_E42_070725EPS47 83hb.jpg

Save this dates:

Julie Davids geb. Game | geb. Aug 23 1861 | gest. 4 Febr. 1935
Max Davids | geb. 4 Aug. 1863 | in Hüls | 9 | gest. 23 Febr. 1943 | im KZ Theresienstadt Zum Andenken | 12 | an die in the KZ Umgekommenen | Johanna Löwenstein geb. David geb. 04.08.1892 | Hugo Löwenstein geb. 05/01/1889 | 15 | Paula David geb. 10.22.1895 | Louise Mohr geb. David geb.

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

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Johanna DAVIDS

F, #I196, b. 04 August 1892, d. 1944

Family

Marriage 1 : Hugo LOWENSTEIN , b. 05 January 1889, d. 24 December 1942

  1. Ken LOWE
  2. Rudy LOWENSTEIN, b. 1921, d. 18 October 2004

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Hugo LOWENSTEIN

M, #I197, b. 05 January 1889, d. 24 December 1942

Family

Marriage 1 : Johanna DAVIDS , b. 04 August 1892, d. 1944

  1. Ken LOWE
  2. Rudy LOWENSTEIN, b. 1921, d. 18 October 2004

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Ken LOWE

M, #I198

Family

Marriage 1 : MARGARET

  1.    David LOWE

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George HALPER

M, #I199, b. 28 January 1901, d. 23 January 1935

Family

Marriage 1 : Selma KALIS m. 29 June 1927 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, b. 18 March 1907, d. 11 August 1960

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Martha DAVIDS

F, #I200, b. 28 October 1893

Family

Marriage 1 : Hermann MANNSBACH

  1. Fritz MANNSBACH, b. 1897

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

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