Kanth near Breslau, Silesia ( now called Katy Wroclawskie)


I was told that between the world wars, there were 4 Jewish families living in this small town, 15km on the railway line from Breslau,
My PGPs , Adolf and Frieda STEIN,with their 3 children.  They had a men's outfitters business and lived above the shop.  The 3 children moved to London and Los Angeles.  
Dr Heidenfeld was a family doctor.  He lived there with his wife and 2 daughters.  One daughter, Hortense, died in London last year aged nearly one hundred.  
Another family was called Jungmann.  Another may have had a shoe shop. 
Can anyone help with information on the last 2 families ?
Margaret Levin nee Stein

Rodney Eisfelder

https://www.mappingthelives.org/ shows 15 people living in Kanth in 1939 (not all of them Jewish). None of them have the surnames you mention. Jewish Families include DRYENFURTH, GAPPE, HOFFMANN, LOEWENSTEIN & TICHAUER. Obviously, anyone who left before May 1939 was not included in the census.

I hope this helps,
Rodney Eisfelder
Melbourne, Australia

Gerald and Margaret

On Mon, Feb 24, 2020 at 09:00 AM, Rodney Eisfelder wrote:
 Didn't know of that website.  Don't know why my PGPs weren't listed AS THEY were there until ghettoised and then deported in 1942.  

After posting, I did find some Jungmanns on the improved Yad Va'shem website.  But of course they were murdered.  
When I have some enforced rest, from tomorrow onwards ie surgery,, i'll look further at the names you found.  Longer term aim is to install STOLPERSTEINE.  
Thanks so much, 

André Günther <andremichael.guenther@...>

each town everywhere decides if they would allow Stolpersteine or not.

André Günther <andremichael.guenther@...>

At mapping... you saw Beate Heidenfeld, Born 1924?
you can look also here: https://www.bundesarchiv.de/gedenkbuch/directory.html.en?result