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in search of: MAUSKOPF family from bekescsaba hungary #hungary #canada


BexShapiro@...
 

Hi Tom, 
Someone forwarded me your message as it matches some of the names in my tree. My great grandmother was born Roza (Raizel) Klein, to the best of our knowledge in Dorobratavo, Czechoslovakia. She married Ignatz (Herman/Abraham) Jakubovits. We believe that her Roza's mother was a woman named Miriam Mauskopf. 
If this matches your search please feel free to message me back. We are eager to prove the Mauskopf connection. 

Warmly, 
Rebecca


Peninah Zilberman
 

Hello,
 
I know a family in Toronto, Canada  and their children in Israel, they spell their name 
MUSKOFF, not sure of their family roots, can find out if u think it can assist u in ur search.
U must be aware of spelling issues.
Good Luck
Peninah Zilberman


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@LewK
 

I knew some Mauskopfs in NJ or maybe Brooklyn in the 50s 60s.  They were either distant cousins or maybe just landsman from my  mother's town.
She came from Polyana near Munkacs which was Austro Hungarian before WW 1then Czechoslovakia and now Ukraine.  Does that sound geographically close?


gujlaki@...
 

This might also help:

Passed away at the Katherine House, Saint John's. He ran, with his wife, The Gallery on Duckworth Street for 22 years.

Ernie was a survivor of the Holocaust, having lost family members at Auschwitz. He was separated from his family and lived in four different concentration camps.

Father of Randy and Sabrina. Father-in-law of Jane (McGrath) [daughter of Elizabeth and John] and Daniel. Grandfather of Jack, Iain, Finn, Gabriel and Margot.

Predeceased by his wife Rose (Levitz) Mauskopf (b. 1904; d. January 21, 2002 at 97 years); they were married for 41 years, his parents Israel (d. Auschwitz) and Rosa Mauskopf (d. Auschwitz), his brothers Miklos Mauskopf (d. Auschwitz), Andor Mauskopf (d. Auschwitz), Eugene Mauskopf, Hugo Mauskopf and Nicolas Mauskopf (d. in Military service in World War II), his sisters Serena, Ida (Mauskopf, Rosenberg, Ibi (Mauskopf) Weizner, Ruth Mauskopf, and Edie (Mauskopf) Cohen, and, brothers-in-law Anna Mauskopf, Judah Rosenberg, Imre Weizner, and Robert Cohen, and his nephew Peter.

Brother-in-law of Mary, Lorraine and Edwin. Uncle of Nicolas, Lisa, Thomas, Kitty, Carol, Larry, Leslye, and Allan.

Burial Cemetery of the Beth-El Synagogue, Blackmarsh Road (next to Salvation Army Cemetery).

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/194007380/ernest-mauskopf


gujlaki@...
 

Dear Tom,
 
Do you mean this family?
 
"Unauthorized Salvadoran citizenship certificate made out to Israel Mauskopf (b. December 10, 1887), his wife Rosa (nee Klein) Mauskopf (b. March 1, 1890) and their children Ibolya (b. September 28, 1917), Miksa (b. September 23, 1919), Hugo (b. February 17, 1922), Jeno (b. October 6, 1924), Erno (b. January 9, 1927), Andor (b. February 3, 1929) and Oskar (b. February 20, 1931) by George Mandel-Mantello, First Secretary of the Salvadoran Consulate in Geneva and sent to them in Bekescsaba."
 
https://collections.ushmm.org/search/catalog/pa1169932
 
Shabat shalom,
Gyorgy


gujlaki@...
 

On Thu, Aug 13, 2020 at 04:59 PM, tom wrote:
Izrael MAUSKOPF
Dear Tom,

You mean this family?

"Unauthorized Salvadoran citizenship certificate made out to Israel Mauskopf (b. December 10, 1887), his wife Rosa (nee Klein) Mauskopf (b. March 1, 1890) and their children Jbolja (b. September 28, 1917), Miksa (b. September 23, 1919), Hugo (b. February 17, 1922), Jeno (b. October 6, 1924), Erno (b. January 9, 1927), Andor (b. February 3, 1929) and Oskar (b. February 20, 1931) by George Mandel-Mantello, First Secretary of the Salvadoran Consulate in Geneva and sent to them in Bekescsaba."

Unauthorized Salvadoran citizenship certificate made out to Israel Mauskopf (b. December 10, 1887), his wife Rosa (nee Klein) Mauskopf (b. March 1, 1890) and their children Jbolja (b. September 28, 1917), Miksa (b. September 23, 1919), Hugo (b. February 17, 1922), Jeno (b. October 6, 1924), Erno (b. January 9, 1927), Andor (b. February 3, 1929) and Oskar (b. February 20, 1931) by George Mandel-Mantello, First Secretary of the Salvadoran Consulate in Geneva and sent to them in Bekescsaba.


tom
 

i'm looking for the descendants of Izrael MAUSKOPF and Róza KLEIN from békéscaba, hungary.  to the best of my knowledge, one of their children, Ernest, survived the holocaust, and emigrated to st john's, newfoundland, where he is buried.

any leads on their descendants would be greatly appreciated.



....... tom klein, toronto

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