GOTTHILF Family #general

Fritz Neubauer

Judy wrote
Subject: Isador GOTTHILF b. 27.3.1866 in Hammerstein
The above was my great grand father, he died in Theresienstadt and his wife
Laura (nee Plazcek) is presumed to have perished in Auschwitz.
**My comment:
Dear Judy,

a search in the German Memorial Book confirms what you know about Isidor and Laura
GOTTHILF and provides the exact dates, you can access these data yourself through
the address

There is also a printed version of the Berlin Memorial Book which provides the last
addresses for them: It is Konstanzer Str. no. 65 in the Berlin district of
Wilmersdorf. With the help of this you may be able to gain access to the
residential information (Meldezettel) >from this Berlin district. Note that the Mr.
GOTTHILF's first name is spelled "Isidor" and Laura's maiden name is spelled

At the Czech website you have
direct access to Mr. Gotthilf's death certificate >from Theresienstadt,
unfortunately the spaces for the information about his parents remained empty, but
the cause of death is mentioned.

If you enter Laura's name, you get the same information as below, but can can also
see the transport numbers: narozena 17.07.1874 dívc(í jméno Placzek
transport I/52-5391 (26.08.1942 Berlín -> Terezín)
transport Ea-1280 (16.05.1944 Terezín -> Osve(tim)(Osve(tim is Czech for Auschwitz)

You can access the website yourself at the address

Information >from the German Online Gedenkbuch: Gotthilf, Isidor
* 27. März 1866 in Hammerstein / West Prussia wohnhaft in Berlin
Deportation: ab Berlin 26. August 1942, Theresienstadt, Ghetto (50th transport from
Berlin) Todesdaten: 24. Februar 1943, Theresienstadt, Ghetto

Gotthilf, Laura maiden name Placzek * 17. Juli 1874 in Nakel wohnhaft in Berlin
Deportation: ab Berlin 26. August 1942, Theresienstadt, Ghetto 16. Mai 1944,
Auschwitz, extermination camp

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany

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