MORITZ-LINDENHEIM tree #germany


Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

Thanks to the late, great 'Teddy' Issacs of Sheffield & London,
I have a massive Family Tree, probably hand-drawn in the 19th
Century. These are the names on it: all stemming >from an
Abraham HIRSCH 1740-90 Kolmar, Posen. He married an
EIDEL >from Schmeidmuhl.

LINDENHEIM (Prenszlan?)
ZIPPERT (Dornblatt)
KELLER
LAZARUS (>from Corne an der Brahe)
MOED (Lisbon)
JACOB
HEYMANN
ROSENFELD
WENTZEL
MORITZ
KRONHEIM

Do let me know if you're connected.

Best-Miriam Margolyes based in London, now in LA


mblas@...
 

Hi Miriam,
I notice that you have listed Kronheim as a surname of interest.
My great grandmother was Sophie Kronheim (1853-1927) and was born in Schlitt, Germany. She married Julius Leiser Lasnitzki who came from Guttstadt, Poland. I believe that Sophie (sibling/cousin?) would also have been related to Johanna Kronheim who came from Konigsberg. Johanna married Jakob Simonsohn and together they had 3 sons; Max (1873); Selmar about 1875 and Moritz born 14 March 1882 in Schönwalde, Barnim, Brandenburg, Germany and died 21 April 1921 in Schönwalde, Barnim, Brandenburg, Germany. I am looking for any information that may be out there with regard to my great grandparents and their extended families.
Thanks in anticipation,
Milton Lasnitzki