FREUND and POLLAK #austria-czech
Linda Berkowitz <e-berkowitz@...>
I am looking for information on Abraham FREUND and his wife Anna
POLLAK; they operated a grocery store. I know that they had at
least six children, though I only know the names of three sons:
Jacob (born 1858), Joseph, and Alois (born 1854). I believe that
these three sons lived in Tabor, though Jacob was born in Votice and
Alois was born in Hresihlavy.
Jacob was married to Elizabeth HERMANN and they had a daughter, Ernst/
Arnost. Ernst/Arnost was married to Elsa MARKUS. Alois married
Mathylda FANTL and they had four children: Elsa, Irma, Rudolph, and
Heda. Alois and Mathylda took in Alois's brother Joseph because he
Andrew Schwartz <anschwartz@...>
Linda:toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I wish I could help you, since I am also researching the FREUND family. See
my web site at:
If you look at the bottom of the tree, you will see a Jacob FREUND whose
mother was Anna KONIG, 2nd wife of Markus FREUND. There is some similarity
there to the names you seek.
... Andy Schwartz, St. Louis, Missouri
researching FREUND, ADASKIN
Subject: FREUND and POLLAK
Phillip Lederer <lederer@...>
I saw Linda's note--I do not know about the FREUND/POLLAKS but mytoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
family has connections to Hreshihavy and nearby Prasny Ujzed. The
family names are TAUSSIG and LOEBL . I have been frustrated by the
absence of the vital records >from this town. Might someone have some
other info sources about these towns?
I went to visit Hreshilavy two years ago and visited the cemetery.
The cemetery is a wreck==with very few visible stones and most up
ended, fallen or destroyed. I will be glad to send photos.
Julius Muller <library@...>
Dear Phil and others,
The Citizen Censuses were organised since 1859 till 1930 - approx. every
ten years. If Hresihlavy Censuses survived, then this would be good
substitute records for the indicated period.
The Censuses enlist all inhabitants in the house: name, birth year, birth
place, religion, occupation, date of permission to stay.
Today, the censuse are mostly stored in district (okresni) archive(s).