I am researching my husband's family tree. On his paternal side, his
gggrandparents were Abram and Filipina BAUM FRANKL. They had four children
born in Weitentrebetitsch:
Mina FRANKL, born 1828, died 1904
Alexander FRANKL born 1829, died 1885
Israel FRANKL, born 1831, died 1905
Isak FRANKL, born 1834, died 1907. Was a Rabbi in Neustadt bei Haid.
Married Eva JEITELES in 1860 (born 1832 in Wallergrun)
Bernhard FRANKL born 1861
Sofie FRANKL born 1863
Regina FRANKL born 1865
Adolf FRANKL born 1866
Maximilian FRANKL born 1868 (my husband's grandfather)
Married Rosalie (Teresa) STEINREICH
Anna FRANKL born 1899 in Rakonitz
Adolph FRANKL born 1901 in NYC (my husband's father)
Emma FRANKL born in NYC
Alois FRANKL born 1870
Julius FRANKL born 1872
Eva JEITELES' parents were Jacob and Judita WEBER JEITELES and she had three
siblings: Salomon and Moritz JEITELES and Teresie JEITELES BAUER. My
husband's parents were Adolph and Elsie DOERNER FRANKL who were married in
1926 in NYC.
Elsie DOERNER FRANKL'S parents were Max and Hermine STRAUS DOERNER.
Interesting sidelight, at the Toronto conference, Nora Freund found members
of her family listed as having paid condolences in the death papers of Eva
Jeiteles Frankl in 1905. They were members of Rabbi Isak FRANKL'S congregation
in Neustadt bei Haid.
If anything rings a bell, please contact me.
Rhea Kantner Frankl
Wesley Hills, NY
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