Re: IAJGS NY Conference Attendees - KLUGMANN/WEISS - update II #austria-czech
Celia Male <celiamale@...>
I wrote a few days ago: So now there are 25 Austria-Czech Siggers
registered and indeed there may be more! I have just received notice
of another participant - so please this is the last chance before I
send out the final list - let me know asap if you wish to be included
as an Austria-Czech Sigger list of attendees.
Welcome to our 26th participant: Judy Kloogman Weinstein [NY]
Judy is interested in KLUGMANN, KIMEL, KORNSTEIN, FEINTUCH,
BETTELHEIM, WEISZ, KAROLYI all of them in Vienna.
Judy wrote: according to the Judische Volkstimme 1 Aug 1906 her
gt-grandfather: Vienna - the teacher of religion Dr. Jakob WEISS [nb
not a rabbi] was appointed by the Ministry for Religion and Education
to full gymnasia teacher.
Judy has 13 postings in the message archives and her interesting
marriage certificate of her grandparents in Vienna [Viewmate archives
3543 and 3544] shows that her grandfather Berl KLUGMANN, born 17 Dec
1880, was the son of Wigdor KLUGMANN [a bridge builder] and Hinde nee
KIMEL, >from Monasterzyska nr Buczacz Galicia; he lived in Berggasse
14*, Vienna IX and her grandmother Regine WEISS was born in Pressburg
on 21 Dec 1879 to Jacob WEISS and Nina BETTELHEIM. They lived in
Glasergasse 17, Vienna IX. The couple married in the Stadt Tempel,
Seitenstettengasse on 8 July 1906.
Perhaps reviewing this data, we can find some more links for Judy!
Celia Male [U.K.]
Footnotes: To see all of Judy's messages enter KLOOGWEIN into the
"search" slot of the message archives [all SIGS].
Viewmate: go to http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/archive.asp and
enter the above numbers into the "archive" slot.
Sigmund Freud lived at Bergasse 19, Vienna IX. My grandmother and her
cousin also lived at Berggasse 12-18? before they married in the late
1800s! I would have to check my pile of old letters.