At 11:37 AM 07-11-19, Kathy Miller wrote:
The oldest daughter of Israel
Goldmann - Henriette - married Simon Herlitz. The couple had a lot of
children and the two sonsÂ
Hans (grandfather of Hanna, 1873-1942) andÂ
Ismar (1877-1941) went from Neisse to Frankfurt.Â
The third brother in that region was Fritz Herlitz (1871 in Neisse - 1948
I don't know how and why he, his wife and his son survived WW2. He was
Jewish, his wife was Jewish and the son was Jewish. Suddenly during WW2
the wife was no longer Jewish but protestant. I don't know why
becauseÂ her birth certificate has been sited.Â Her mother
was Jewish without any doubt.
Family Herlitz moved from Frankfurt to Marburg during WW2, the son,
MichaelÂ had a cinema after the war and they lived in
Michael Herlitz lives in Bahnhofsstrasse 29Â , Marburg.
I've written to him with no response...does anyone out there know of this
person or family?
Thanks in anticipation
Have you tried
The other thing to do is contact the civil registry authority
Search & Unite attempt to help locate people who, despite the passage
of so many years since World War II, may still exist "out
We also assist in the process of re-possession of property in the Czech
Republic and Israel.
See our Web pages at
http://remember.org/unite/ and at