Given name of Rosenberg woman from Crailsheim #germany
I am attempting to decipher the given name of a woman from Crailsheim (never mind that my own illegible penmanship is a family trait I have traced back at least 4 generations, and that I am married to a physician whose penmanship is almost as undecipherable as my own).
As with almost all Jewish German women during the era, her middle name was Sara.
The 1939 German Consulate card (attached) from Jerusalem shows that her birth surname and marriage surname were each Rosenfeld; as with almost all Jewish German women during the era, her middle name was Sara; she was born 3 November 1900, and married in 1922 (month & date not clear) with one daughter; her father's name was Immanuel and her mother was Helene Sara (b. 5 July 1868 in Crailsheim).
This Consulate Card information is consistent with the Baden-Württemberg Landesarchiv link http://www.landesarchiv-bw.de/plink/?f=1-442326-98 , which shows the same undecipherable given name, and two older siblings, Max and Agnes.
Any leads would be greatly appreciated.
Ken Ryesky, Petach Tikva, Israel profryesky@...