Re: Rabbi from Alsace late 1600s #general

Lifshitz-Krams Anne

The Cercle de Genealogie Juive possess some documents that may be of some
interest for you:
1- in our Library : "The history of family Greilsamer >from Biesheim
(1692-1992)" by Jacques Greilsammer (n°D.034).
2- in our Revue, n°51, Autumn 1999, p.6 : "The incredible and truthfull
genealogical story of Belle Krelsamer, mistress of Alexandre Dumas".
3- We also have in our library some other documents concerning the Jewish
Community of Biescheim >from 1667 to 1775 (birth registers : C593 to C595
and F052) and a 13 pages document entitled "La communauté juive de
Biescheim, un cas de judaïsme rural (17e-19e s.)" by Astrid Kuhn-Schubnel

I remind you also that we have in our library more than 400 documents
concerning Alsace and that your questions on our website will be welcome (a lot of our members come from

Anne Lifshitz-Krams
Cercle de Genealogie Juive (French JGS)

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Gary Luke <feraltek@...>
À : JewishGen Discussion Group <jewishgen@...>
Date : jeudi 23 mars 2000 05:09
Objet : Rabbi >from Alsace late 1600s

Rabbi Schelemja Schimschon Abraham Katz of Alsace was the ancestor of
families with the surname GREILSAMER, GREILSHEIMER, & KREILSHEIMER from
Biesheim, Breisach, Friesenheim & Rheinbischofsheim. His son Joseph lived
in Breisach and died in 1725 in Biesheim.

Where would I find out more about this rabbi?


Gary Luke
Sydney, Australia


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