German SIG #Germany INTRO - researching HAENDLER, BODENHEIMER and NOTHMANN family from Beuthen (now Poland) and Mannheim #germany

Atalya Buskila Levy <atalyperach@...>

Hello GerSig,

I have recently joined the group and would like to introduce myself.
I have been doing genealogy research for about two years, in what I
consider to be a beginner level in doing German Jewish Genealogy
research. I live in Netanya, Israel (Previously >from Be'er Sheva).
My native language is Hebrew and I also know speak fluent English and
a bit of Russian.

My German genealogy research relates to my husband's family - mainly
his maternal grandmother, Margot ROSEN nee HAENDLER; I have identified
the names and birth and death dates of all of her grandparents,
six of her great grandparents and 10 of her great great grandparents.

My primary research goals now are (1) to find out what happened to the
rest of her family in the holocaust (mostly the BODENHEIMER family and
descendants); (2) perhaps locate family pictures left behind in
Mannheim when Margot fled after the Baden Jews deportation. I am also
very interested in identifying the lineage of her grandfather Jacob

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 715287.
The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the
(JewishGen Family Finder) are:

GRUENEBAUM - Burgel, Frankfurt, Mannheim about 1910-1926; Mainly
Eduard GRUENEBAUM born 1879 and divorced >from Johanna HAENDLER nee
HAENDLER- Beuthen, Mexico city, Berlin and Mannheim about 1830-1945
BODENHEIMER - of Malsch and Mannhein; Mainly (but not exclusively)
Herman Willy BODENHEIMER born 1894, Ex-Wife Alice Martha nee GRUMBACH
and son Alfred.
NOTHMANN - of Beuthen (Bytom, poland)
LIPPERT - of Mannheim (and later Argentina)
KUJAWSKI - of Krotoszyn (Poland), Mannheim, and pre WWII London,
Canada, Argentina and USA.

This family tree can be found in Ancestry and Geni, also on MyHeritage
(where it's just a bit less updated). If anyone knows anything and can
be of assistance, I would be very grateful.

Atalya Levy Buskila, Netanya, Israel

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