Subject: RE: Jews in the Austrian Court #austria-czech


H Said <hfsaid@...>
 

My late stepbrother was born in Vienna & visited there about 15 yrs ago
looking for family history. His mother had told him that her father was
a goldsmith to the court, & he found a record-book which mentioned his
grandfather's name. He sent me a copy of a photo he took of the page,
but it's in handwritten German & very unclear - I don't know where it
was located or what book it was [it has a column for the name & a column
for what was received]. I can scan it & send to anyone who is interested.

Chana Saadia
researching SEIDMAN & related families
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Subject: RE: Jews in the Austrian Court
From: "andrea steckerl" <geneagirl64@...>
Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2006 18:02:09 -0400
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I was told as well that my grandfather was one who worked for the=20
court....how does one find out if that is true???
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Andrea Steckerl
researching Steckerl(Miroslav) WeissGraz) Berger(Sumeg,Hungary)
Fischer( Mikulov) Gelinek(???)
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Subject: Jews in the Austrian Court
From: Scott Horwitz <horwitzzz_2000@...>
Date: Tue, 4 Jul 2006 14:09:21 -0700 (PDT)
I have been looking for any sort of lists of Jews that may have been
working for the Austrian court between 1912 - 1914. THe rumor in our
family is that my ggf was a geologist or engineer for the Austrian Court
and was told by and possibly helped by a superior to get out of Austria
just before WWI.

Thanks for any assistance.

Scott Horwitz - Evanston, IL

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