I know this is a long shot, but I'm trying to find information about a Holocaust survivor named FIRST about whom I have no information except that he married my aunt Eva BLOCH in the Riga ghetto.
Eva was born in 1919 in Sulingen, Niedersachsen, Germany, and was murdered in the Holocaust. She was single when she and her parents (my maternal grandparents), Iwan BLOCH and Toni BLOCH, were deported from Hannover to the Riga ghetto. By the time Eva was sent from Riga to the Stutthof concentration camp, where she was murdered, she was married to a man whose surname was FIRST. I know nothing about him except that he survived the war. I have several documents about my aunt showing her married name as FIRST, so I know that is the correct spelling, but none of the documents includes her husband's first name or any other information about him. Eva had no children.
My mother (Eva's sister) must have known Mr. FIRST's given name, because she was able to ascertain that he survived the war. She traced him but did not contact him, because she was afraid it might bring up painful memories for him, and she did not want to disrupt his new life in case he had remarried and had children. She never told me his given name or where he lived after the war.
If any of this rings a bell, please contact me privately. I would like to know if any of his descendants heard any stories from him about his marriage to my aunt
Deborah Blankenberg Lodi, CA dtblankenberg@...
(JewishGen ID #613395) Researching BLOCH/BLOCK (Germany to New York, Colombia and Missouri), BLINDER (Kishinev to New York via Poland? and Paris), KUSHER/KUSZER (Lodz vicinity to New York via Paris), GOLDSCHMIDT (Germany)