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Hermann MANNSBACH

M, #I201

Family

Marriage 1 : Martha DAVIDS , b. 28 October 1893

  1. Fritz MANNSBACH, b. 1897

Marriage 2 : NN

  1. Fritz MANNSBACH, b. 1897

Sources

  1. Georg Stockschlaeder, http://www.ahnenreich.de
  2. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

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Paula DAVIDS

M, #I202, b. 22 October 1895, d. 1945

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

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Butler DISMAN

M, #I203, b. 15 November 1888, d. 22 December 1972

Family

Marriage 1 : Selma KALIS , b. 18 March 1907, d. 11 August 1960

Marriage 2 : Minnie RIEGER , b. 19 July 1894, d. 27 March 1933

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Henriette KAUFMANN

F, #I204, b. 21 March 1872

Family

Marriage 1 : Adolf KAMP , b. 02 April 1865, d. bet. 1944 and 1945

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

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

: 15 October 2018
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Fritz KAMP

M, #I205, b. 08 July 1895, d. 03 September 1944

Family

Marriage 1 : Inge MEYER , b. 29 January 1911

  1. Rolf KAMP, b. 05 February 1934
  2. Nicholas KAMP, b. 1937

Notes:

(Rudy) Adolf didn't survive the war. His sons moved to Holland. Rolf lived n Amerstam w/two children;The younger son Nicholas went to Italy and became a religious Jews. Daughter Elsie survived the war, no children, died in Holland at an old age.
Also have that Inge lives in Lugano Switzerland where Rudy visited her in 1990, Inge and sons survived.

Information from the book by Nico Kamp, Last Train to Auschwitz, with help from Karin Kammann

Fritz and Inge Kamp, along with their children, escape after Kristallnacht Venlo Netherlands. They move to Dinxperloh, near the German border by Bochold, where the stayed one year. After the occupation of the Netherlands in 1939, they moved to Amersfoort, Voltastr. 35, where they get a permit for working. After a while, the decide to hide each other, so Rolf and Nico are separated and covered by different people in Netherlands. Both tells their own stories in the book.

Inge and Fritz are betrayed and deported to the KZ Westerbork in Netherland. This KZ was build very early, even before the Germans occupies the Netherlands, as a camp for German emigrants - even jews. In Westerbork they met also Adolf and Henriette Kamp. They, too, escapted to the Netherlands and were captured and arrestet at KZ Westerbork. With his last money, Adolf bought “two places” at KZ Bergen Belsen, where Adolf was hanged and Henriette died under brutal conditions

With the last train to Auschwitz in 1945 they evacuated this camp. Fritz already has a self-caused vulneration by thinking, that even the ill persons are not be deported. But he failed. This was the last train leaving Westerborg with all people, includingt the family of Anne Frank. In Auschwitz, Fritz is directly selected and killed by gas, because of his illness. Inge works in Auschwitz and later in another camp, building chains for the German panzers. She described this time in Auschwitz as absolutly horrible - but she survives.

LIved at: Deutscher Ring 45 in Krefeld

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. Yad Vashem online,

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Inge MEYER

F, #I206, b. 29 January 1911

Family

Marriage 1 : Fritz KAMP , b. 08 July 1895, d. 03 September 1944

  1. Rolf KAMP, b. 05 February 1934
  2. Nicholas KAMP, b. 1937

Notes:

From Karin Kamman research:

Inge Meyer Kamp was born 29.01.1911 in Cologne.

Ingeborg Gertrud Meyer was the daughter of Ludwig Meyer and Margarete Meyer geb. Kirchheimer, geb. am 7.11.1890 in Nieheim, Krs. Höxter, Westfalen.

The circumstances of her escape from Krefeld you will find in the book. Also the time in netherlands, Dinxperloh, Amersfoort and the Camp Westerbork. She surives Auschwitz.

in Krefeld, Gladbacher Str. 5 where she lives as Inge Salomon. With this name she signed the request for restitution.

Sources

  1. Karin Kammann, private research,

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Else KAMP

F, #I207, b. 09 June 1899, d. 19 October 1944

Family

Marriage 1 : Max GUTENSTEIN , b. 27 June 1897

Notes:

Geboren 09. 06. 1899
Transport XI/1, č. 205 (01.08.1942 Münster -> Terezín)
Transport Es, č. 1415 (19.10.1944 Theresienstadt -> Auschwitz)
Ermordet

Else Kamp
Geboren 09. 06. 1899
Transport XI/1, č. 205 (01.08.1942 Münster -> Terezín)
Transport Es, č. 1415 (19.10.1944 Theresienstadt -> Auschwitz)

Killed in Auschwitz.
Same fate as his brother Fritz.

But she cames from a transport in Münster and I do not know, how and for what reason she gets there. As shown, she is not married, I guess.

Sources

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

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Rolf KAMP

M, #I208, b. 05 February 1934

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

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

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Nicholas KAMP

M, #I209, b. 1937

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

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

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Amanda REISS

F, #I210, b. 19 September 1877, d. 26 February 1943

Family

Marriage 1 : Michael KAMP , b. 21 February 1867, d. 09 April 1936

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

Sources

  1. Karin Kammann, private research,

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Abraham COHEN

M, #I211, b. 1758, d. 1838

Family

Marriage 1 : Helene LEVI

Notes:

Selig (his brother) and Abraham left Sinzenich for Kenton, which was part of the Cologne county district. Abraham, a horse trader, was without a doubt in 1810 the wealthiest Jew in and around Bergheim. In 1810 he gave 300 Francs for the establishment of the old synagogue. He also gave to the poor both Christian and Jewish inhabitants. He died childless.

Sources

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

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Helene LEVI

F, #I212

Family

Marriage 1 : Abraham COHEN , b. 1758, d. 1838

Notes:

After Abraham's death Helena Levy moved toward Cologne where she lived with her descendants Moses Cohen who in 1854 married her niece Sibilla Kaufmann, the daughter of Issac Kaufmann and Johanna Kahn.

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Leo COHEN

M, #I213, b. 25 September 1862

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Willi Cohen COLE
  2.    Albert COHEN
  3.    Max COHEN

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Andreas COHEN

M, #I214, b. 1809, d. 1898

Family

Marriage 1 : Regina STERN m. Unknown Kenten, Erftkreis, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

  1. Sigmund COHEN, b. 07 October 1843, d. 13 March 1885
  2. Leonard COHEN, b. 1849
  3. Henrietta (Helene) COHEN, b. 06 June 1857, d. 15 April 1933
  4.    Moritz COHEN, b. 01 April 1855
  5.    Eva COHEN, b. 29 November 1847

Sources

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

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Regina STERN

F, #I215

Family

Marriage 1 : Andreas COHEN m. Unknown Kenten, Erftkreis, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, b. 1809, d. 1898

  1. Sigmund COHEN, b. 07 October 1843, d. 13 March 1885
  2. Leonard COHEN, b. 1849
  3. Henrietta (Helene) COHEN, b. 06 June 1857, d. 15 April 1933
  4.    Moritz COHEN, b. 01 April 1855
  5.    Eva COHEN, b. 29 November 1847

Sources

  1. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde in Bergheim,

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Sigmund COHEN

M, #I216, b. 07 October 1843, d. 13 March 1885

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde in Bergheim,

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Leonard COHEN

M, #I217, b. 1849

Family

Marriage 1 : Cäcilia ARAM

Sources

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

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Cäcilia ARAM

F, #I218

Family

Marriage 1 : Leonard COHEN , b. 1849

Sources

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

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Henrietta (Helene) COHEN

F, #I219, b. 06 June 1857, d. 15 April 1933

Family

Marriage 1 : Carl LÖWENSTEIN , b. 23 November 1859, d. 1945

  1. Hermine LOWENSTEIN

Notes:

She is in photo with Eva and Julie Kamp

Sources

  1. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde in Bergheim,
  2. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Carl LÖWENSTEIN

M, #I220, b. 23 November 1859, d. 1945

Family

Marriage 1 : Henrietta (Helene) COHEN , b. 06 June 1857, d. 15 April 1933

  1. Hermine LOWENSTEIN

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Hermine LOWENSTEIN

F, #I221

Family

Marriage 1 : Carl WEBER

Notes:

She sent Rudy stuff in the 1980s; she lived Michigan, but is probably deceased now

Sources

  1. Die Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde in Bergheim,

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Johanna HAUSMANN

F, #I222, b. 1826, d. 22 August 1868

Family

Marriage 1 : Alexander KAMP , b. 03 May 1829, d. 30 April 1901

  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

Notes:

Photo of grave is on Steinheim-Inst website, it reads:

Here is buried
האשה החשובה מרת the respected wife, woman
תירצא אשת ר'אלכסנדר Tirza, wife of Mr Alexander
קאמף רבת פעלים עושה Kamp. Rich in deeds, proficient
חיל ותמת בת מ'שנה 5 acting, and she died at the age of 40 years
ביום ש"ק ד'אלול תרכ"ח day of the holy Shabbat, 4 Elul 628
לפ"ק אב הרחמים ישלם the small count. The Father of mercies may her soul
לנשמתה בגן עדן שכר repay in Eden wages
מעשיה their deeds.
תנצב"ה 10 Your soul is bound in the bundle of life

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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Hauna (Hanna) HAUSMANN

F, #I223, b. 1829, d. 07 May 1905

Family

Marriage 1 : Alexander KAMP , b. 03 May 1829, d. 30 April 1901

  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

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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Sibilla DANIELS

F, #I224, b. 1798, d. 12 October 1871

Family

Marriage 1 : Andreas KAMP , b. 1794, d. 09 April 1834

  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

Sources

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

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David C. HALPER

M, #I225

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. George HALPER, b. 28 January 1901, d. 23 January 1935

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Paula REISS

F, #I226, b. 02 October 1870

Family

Marriage 1 : Joseph LINDTHEIMER , b. 17 September 1859, d. 12 February 1942

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Joseph LINDTHEIMER

M, #I227, b. 17 September 1859, d. 12 February 1942

Family

Marriage 1 : Paula REISS , b. 02 October 1870

Notes:

On Yad Vashem website:

Josef Lindtheimer was born in Klingenberg, Germany in 1859. During the war he was in Krefeld, Germany. Deported with Transport VII/2, Train Da 71 from Aachen,Aachen,Rhine Province,Germany to Theresienstadt,Ghetto,Czechoslovakia on 25/07/1942. Josef was murdered in 1942 in Terezin, Camp. This information is based on a List of Theresienstadt camp inmates found in Terezinska Pametni Kniha/Theresienstaedter Gedenkbuch, Terezinska Iniciativa, vol. I-II Melantrich, Praha 1995, vol. III Academia Verlag, Prag 2000.

Sources

  1. Yad Vashem online,

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Emanuel REISS

M, #I228, b. 26 August 1839, d. 04 June 1906

Family

Marriage 1 : Rosetta SPEIER m. 1865, b. 03 June 1844, d. 26 June 1905

  1. Mathilde REISS, b. 31 July 1873, d. 27 April 1930
  2. Paula REISS, b. 02 October 1870

Sources

  1. Hanno Müller - research from official government sources that he provided,
  2. Echzell: Juden Familien von Echzell, From Family register of Jews 1760-1862
  3. Christian Becker - private research,

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Gerald S POWERS

M, #I229, b. 27 July 1883, d. 01 March 1952

Family

Marriage 1 : Selma KALIS m. 04 February 1936 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, b. 18 March 1907, d. 11 August 1960

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Frederick POWERS

M, #I230

Family

Marriage 1 : Carrie HESS

  1. Gerald S POWERS, b. 27 July 1883, d. 01 March 1952

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Carrie HESS

F, #I231

Family

Marriage 1 : Frederick POWERS

  1. Gerald S POWERS, b. 27 July 1883, d. 01 March 1952

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Siegmund KAMP

M, #I232, b. 25 May 1874, d. 20 February 1931

Family

Marriage 1 : Elisabeth BELMONT , b. 14 November 1884, d. 13 July 1971

  1. Trude Reiss KAMP, b. 13 September 1905, d. 25 July 1979
  2. Emil Alexander KAMP, b. 13 April 1907

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

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Elisabeth BELMONT

F, #I233, b. 14 November 1884, d. 13 July 1971

Family

Marriage 1 : Siegmund KAMP , b. 25 May 1874, d. 20 February 1931

  1. Trude Reiss KAMP, b. 13 September 1905, d. 25 July 1979
  2. Emil Alexander KAMP, b. 13 April 1907

Notes:

ewish History[edit]
The town's Jewish congregation is dated to the 14th century. In 1349, during the Black Death, the town's Jews were murdered in the cause of a blood libel.[5] A few years after, the community renewed and a document from 1377 depicted a Jew named Yitschak of Alzey who sued the town of Worms for not paying its debt to him.[5] In 1389, a "Jew Alley" is first mentioned, depicting a kind of Ghetto with a gate, which closes at night.

Synagoge-Alzey
Jewish history of Alzey, from Wikipedia

Jews appeared once again in town only by the 17th century, and the first synagogue was built only by 1791.[6] Several documents from around 1670, depict disputes between Joseph Simon Jessel, a Jew who lived in Alzey and the town butchers, regarding his wish to open a business. On another dispute between him and a neighbor who sold his house to Jessel but refused to evacuate, the verdict blamed both sides - Jessel for it was "unthinkable that a Jew will hit a Christian", and the neighbor for not evacuating the house.[5] Nevertheless, the count of Pfalz protected the Jews, whose high taxes were a dominant factor of his income. In 1789, there were 21 Jewish households in town.[7] During the 18th century, most of the town Jews were established if not rich. in 1710, a Jew called Simcha Deidesheimer founded a large Matzo factory that existed until 1925 and exported its products to France and Italy.[5] In addition, two brothers named Levy opened a porcelain factory in town in 1770. The community had a local cemetery Alzey was the hometown of well-known family Belmont; In 1844,Jewish Shimon Belmont (the ancestor of American politicians August Belmont and August Belmont JR. was elected to be the president of the 'Narhalle' cranival, which he initiated, intended for the town's high classes. He donated some money to the cemetery and other community facilities Eight of Alzey Jews died as soldiers during World War I.[5] According to town municipality, 76 Jews expelled from the town to Nazi concentration camps around Europe. In 1954, one Jew returned to Alzey.[5]

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. Details: http://www.familienbuch-euregio.de/welcome.html,

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Trude Reiss KAMP

F, #I234, b. 13 September 1905, d. 25 July 1979

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Marianne BAR

Sources

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

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Emil Alexander KAMP

M, #I235, b. 13 April 1907

Family

Marriage 1 : Emily GERTRUDE , b. 15 November 1908, d. 13 December 2001

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

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Emily GERTRUDE

F, #I236, b. 15 November 1908, d. 13 December 2001

Family

Marriage 1 : Emil Alexander KAMP , b. 13 April 1907

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Albert KAMP

M, #I237, b. 07 March 1870, d. 11 July 1939

Family

Marriage 1 : Caroline (Ina) KANN , b. 14 July 1876, d. 22 September 1937

  1. Ilse KAMP
  2. Alex KAMP

Notes:

In 1900 Albert Kamp founded the Gebr. Kamp in Essen. This is also a very successful story. In 1938 they are forced to sell this company to the Strenger&Schäfer, a german company that still exists. Also the other Kamps had to sell.

On their homepage http://strenger-schaefer.de/unternehmen/ you can see the former Gebr, Kamp in Essen, now as Sternger& Schäfer. They also announced the aquisition of the Gebr. Kamp at 1928 -this is not correct. Why doesn't the company describe how they were started?

From the Stenger-Schaefer webpage:

UNTERNEHMEN

DAS TRADITIONSUNTERNEHMEN STRENGER SCHÄFER & CO. NACHF. GMBH

1928 erwarben die Herren Horst Schäfer und Paul Strenger die Firma Gebrüder Kamp, die bereits seit Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts bestand. Diese Einzelfirma hieß künftig Strenger Schäfer & Co. Die Firma belieferte die Fleischwarenindustrie mit Maschinen, Fleischereibedarfsartikel und Naturdärmen.

Is this true or were the Kamps forced to sell to this firm in 1938 Strenger-Schaefer? Was it at a fair price? Or did the owners take advantage of the situation? We'd like to know.

Contact page from website:

Bitte klicken Sie auf eine der aufgeführten E-Mail-
Adressen um das Kontaktformular aufzurufen.

Lützowstraße 6
45141 Essen
Deutschland
Fon 0201 31 54 59
Fax 0201 32 83 34
Mail kontakt@strenger-schaefer.de
DIREKTER KONTAKT
Olaf Strenger
Geschäftsführer
Fon 0201 31 54 59
Fax 0201 32 83 34
Mail strenger@strenger-schaefer.de
Markus Schneider
Buchhaltung
Fon 0201 31 54 59
Fax 0201 32 83 34
Mail schneider@strenger-schaefer.de
Oliver Sabatzki
Vertrieb
Fon 0201 31 54 59
Fax 0201 32 83 34
Mail sabatzki@strenger-schaefer.de
Gerd Reedemann
Schleiferei
Fon 0201 31 54 59
Fax 0201 32 83 34
Mail kontakt@strenger-schaefer.de

Sources

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

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Leo KAMP

M, #I238, b. 11 January 1878, d. 14 October 1949

Family

Marriage 1 : Betty POLLAG , b. 1886, d. 1980

  1. Ewald KAMP, b. 21 May 1914, d. July 1986
  2. Rudolph KAMP

Notes:

Leo escapes to Switzerland, where his wife Betty was born in Zurich or nearby in St. Gallen; From Zurich, they go to Italy and then the US. His son Ewald comes to Krefeld May 1933 and moves to Paris the same year. Rudolf aka Rudy is also going to Paris February 1934.

Leo along with Albert built up Gebr Kamp in Essen

Sources

  1. Karin Kammann, private research,

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Betty POLLAG

F, #I239, b. 1886, d. 1980

Family

Marriage 1 : Leo KAMP , b. 11 January 1878, d. 14 October 1949

  1. Ewald KAMP, b. 21 May 1914, d. July 1986
  2. Rudolph KAMP

Sources

  1. Jewishgen.org,

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Caroline (Ina) KANN

F, #I240, b. 14 July 1876, d. 22 September 1937

Family

Marriage 1 : Albert KAMP , b. 07 March 1870, d. 11 July 1939

  1. Ilse KAMP
  2. Alex KAMP

Notes:

Notes from Karin on the Kann family:

. In the book about the Jews in Mülheim Ruhr, you can only find a Kann, Lina with a different birth date (*7.12.1865). That does not really fit with Albert, born on 7.3.1870. I ll send you a scan of the Kanns, they mentioned there in this book. This Lina Kann was born Elias and is not the wife of Albert Kamp.
Maybe Caroline Kann is familiar linked to Alexander Kann *21.12.1865 in Herzell , a worldknown and successful banker in Essen. Perhaps her brother is Leopold Kann b. 27.01.1887 in Mülheim Ruhr. The oldest Kann mentioned in the Mülheim book is Simon Kann b. 1857 and than Meyer Kann b. 1860. Meyer Kann is a dealer of coals. For further Information, I had to check this out via the Mülheim arcihive. Sorry, can t tell you more right now. But Caroline Kann ist her right name, even mentioned in the Gestapo file.

Sources

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

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Philipp COHEN

M, #I241, b. 12 March 1861, d. 1937

Family

Marriage 1 : Friederike Frieda FRANK m. 1893, b. 07 April 1874

  1. Alfred COHEN, b. 1895, d. 1974
  2. Lilli COHEN, b. 29 June 1900, d. 07 March 1996

Notes:

From Steinheim Institute's website, a Google translation for information on Philip Cohen:
http://www.steinheim-institut.de/wiki/index.php/Hauptseite

Philip Cohen was born in Niederaussem and founded the men's and women's clothing industry in 1885 in Gladbach with Nathan Frank "Cohen ^ & Frank". in 1894 the partner retired and Philip Cohen continued alone the flourishing business. Philip Cohen was married to the 1874 born Frieda Frank. in 1895, his son Alfred was born, the daughter of Lilli was born in 1900. in 1890, Philip Cohen was elected as the Deputy Representative of the Gladbach synagogue. The son of Alfred, who studied law, and during World War I volunteered as a soldier served, joined his father's operation and founded an own weaving, the "Rheinische cloth Rheydt" with partner of William Jacobs. in 1933 he resigned from the Board, 1934 ceded operation to his partner and fled from the Nazis in the Netherlands. Lilli had married the dermatologist Dr. Eugen Kretzmer, commenced practice in Gladbach. Eugen Kretzmer and his brother-in-law Alfred Cohen, who came to help his sister when regulating the inheritance of her father, in the short term after Gladbach were imprisoned during the Kristallnacht in 1938, but released after a few days. However was only the beginning of December again after Enschede leave Alfred Cohen, whereupon the family as soon as possible their emigration company. Alfred Cohen later lived in the Switzerland, his sister in the United States. Lilli Kretzmer contributed book with many details and detailed reports to Erckens of the Jews in Germany at (see there).

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. http://www.steinheim-institut.de,
  3. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Siegmund COHEN

M, #I242, b. 26 June 1856, d. 26 August 1942

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website
  2. Yad Vashem online,

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Jacob COHEN

M, #I243, b. 25 July 1864

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Gunther THOMAS

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Gunther THOMAS

F, #I244

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Notes:

Moved to California

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Benjamin DISMAN

M, #I245, b. 27 September 1858, d. 18 August 1919

Family

Marriage 1 : Sarah ROSENSTEEL , b. 21 January 1865, d. 06 March 1939

  1. Butler DISMAN, b. 15 November 1888, d. 22 December 1972
  2.    Florence DISMAN, b. abt. 1885

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Friederike Frieda FRANK

F, #I246, b. 07 April 1874

Family

Marriage 1 : Philipp COHEN m. 1893, b. 12 March 1861, d. 1937

  1. Alfred COHEN, b. 1895, d. 1974
  2. Lilli COHEN, b. 29 June 1900, d. 07 March 1996

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. Jewishgen.org,

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Alfred COHEN

M, #I247, b. 1895, d. 1974

Family

Marriage 1 : Christine MONDSCHAN

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

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Lilli COHEN

F, #I248, b. 29 June 1900, d. 07 March 1996

Family

Marriage 1 : Eugene KRETZMER , b. 1885, d. 1960

  1. Ernest KRETZMER
  2. Laurie KRETZMER

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,
  2. Sarasota Herald Tribune, March 8, 1996Obituary page, online

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Eugene KRETZMER

M, #I249, b. 1885, d. 1960

Family

Marriage 1 : Lilli COHEN , b. 29 June 1900, d. 07 March 1996

  1. Ernest KRETZMER
  2. Laurie KRETZMER

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Ernest KRETZMER

M, #I250

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1.    Peter KRETZMER
  2.    Wendy KRETZMER

Sources

  1. Rudy Lowenstein, private research,

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