Re: Search for my bio father. #austria-czech

Ruth Coman <ruth.coman@...>
 

Rudolph Kies wrote about his great wish to find out more about his
biological father Bedrich JAEGER (born 26 July 1894 - died 8 September 1942,
Maly Trostinec) and/or Bedrich's family.

I can only offer a little information, with no idea as to how it may fit in.
I do hope it may turn out to be useful.

JAEGER is not a very common name. Indeed, in the published list(1)of people
deported to the Terezin concentration camp, >from Bohemia and Moravia, it
occurs only 11 times.

Under the circumstances I think it is more than likely that some of these
JAEGERs were related to each other and/or to Rudolf's bio father.

The 11 names listed (which include Rudolf's father) are as follows:

Oskar JAEGER
Born: 30.11.1896
Transport AAl Praha to Terezin. 2 July 1942
Transport Ek Terezin to Auschwitz 28 September 1944
Died. Dachau 17 January 1945

Katuse JAEGEROVA
Born: 24.07.1906
Transport AAl Praha to Terezin. 2 July 1942
Transport En Terezin to Auschwitz 4 October 1944

Petr JAEGER
Born: 11.04.1937
Transport AAl Praha to Terezin. 2 July 1942
Transport En Terezin to Auschwitz 4 October 1944

Stepan JAEGER
Born: 08.07.1934
Transport AAl Praha to Terezin. 2 July 1942
Transport En Terezin to Auschwitz 4 October 1944

Karolina JAEGEROVA
Born: 26.03. 1866
Transport AAr 16 July 1942
Transport Bw 19 October 1942 Treblinka

Elsa JAEGEROVA
Born: 06.04.1886
Transport AAt Praha to Terezin. 23 July 1942
Survived

Marta JAEGEROVA
Born: 18.06.1887
Transport AAt Praha to Terezin. 23 July 1942
Transport AAz Terezin to Maly Trostenic. 4 August 1942


Hilda JAEGEROVA
Born: 12.08.1891
Transport Bf Praha to Terezin. 8 September 1942
Transport Bu 8 October 1942 Treblinka

Ottilie JAEGEROVA
Born: 20.6.1916
Transport Bf Praha to Terezin. 8 September 1942
Survived

Bedrich JAEGER
Born: 26.07.1894
Transport Bd Praha to Terezin. 4 September 1942
Transport Bk Terezin to Maly Trostenic 8 September 1942


Rudolf JAEGER
Born: 21.01.1905
Transport AE2 Praha to Terezin. 4 February 1945
(This was one of the transports for half Jews or Jewish partners of mixed
marriages)
Survived


from the ages of the individuals and the date of the transports, I would
think it is likely that Oskar was married to Katuse and that their sons were
Petr and Stepan. I also think it probable that Elsa and Marta were sisters
and that Hilda and Ottilie were mother and daughter.

With best wishes

Ruth Coman
London, England

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