German SIG #Germany Descendants of GUGGENHEIMERs of Ihringen living in the USA #germany

Dottie Miller

I have just learned that there are children of GUGGENHEIMERs from
Ihringen, Baden, whose parents were deportedby the Nazis.

Marx GUGGENHEIMER, was deported >from Camp Recebedou in France to Auschwitz,
Dec 31, 1944.Karoline GUGGENHEIMERr n=E9e GEISMAR, his wife, was deported to
Gurs Oct. 22nd 1940, was in Camps Recebvedou, Nexon, Drancy and deported to
Auschwitz March 7, 1944. Their children, Flora BILDSTEIN and Irma FRANK,
fled to the USA.

Julie Jeanette GUGGENHEIMER nee WEIL, wife of Hermann GUGGENHEIMER was deported
from Mannheim to Gurs, Recebedou, Marseille, Les Milles ?, got free Dec. 24 1941
and could emigrate 1942 to the US. Hermann GUGGENHEIMER deported >from Mannheim to
Gurs, Recebedou, Less Milles, got free Dec. 24, 1941, fled to the US. Their
daughters Frieda and Martha fled to the US

Lion Rosa nee GUGGENHEIMER, deported to Gurs, Rivesaltes, Drancy, Oct. 14 42
to Auschwitz. There is a granddaughter living in New Jersey, USA.

I am especially seeking these descendants who came to the USA or any others
anywhere. I am a direct descendant of Marx GUGGENHEIMER, son Jakob GUGGENHEIMER
(born 1765 in Ihringen) and his wife Karolina Gwendel WEIL (born 1763), their son
the cantor of Breisach synagogue, Joseph GUGGENHEIMER ( born 1802 in Ihringen,
died June 6, 1887 in Breisach. I have found the descendants of all the cantor's
children except for Paulina, Marguerite, Nanette, and Rosa GUGGENHEIMER, all born
in Breisach between 1827 and 1849
Thank you in advance for any leads at all!

Dottie Miller San Antonio, TX USA

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