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Shoshana and Theresia #israel


Peter Heilbrunn
 

Hi,

My aunt Theresia Rosmarin nee Feldmann was born in Vienna. She lived and died in Haifa having reached Palestine in 1933.  There is however no death record in her name. I have however found a headstone with the name Shoshana Rosmarin. Could Shoshana be a Hebrew equivalent? 

Also she married sometime between 1933 and 1946. How might I discover a marriage record?

Thanks for your help.

Peter Heilbrunn


Reuven Mohr
 

no doubt that Shoshana can be a Hebrew version of Theresia, as Theresia was often the 'official' name of a girl named Reizl/Rosa etc. and Roses are often translated to Hebrew as Shoshana. 
I have no idea how to find marriage records here, and if there was such a thing in the British mandate.

Reuven Mohr
Israel


Schonfeld.family@...
 

In the Chevra Kadisha of Haifa site the name of the deceased is Shoshana Teresa Rosmarin
daughter of Wolf Ze'ev born Austria 1905.

http://kdh.org.il/regular-serch/search-results-deceased/grave-info/?deceased=20872

Jacob Shayzaf 

Israel


Valentin Lupu
 

Hi Peter,
There is a couple buried in Sdeh Yehoshua Cemetery, Haifa, in two neighboring plots. According to the gravestones inscriptions they didn't have children.
Rozmarin Theresa Shoshana, Wolf's daughter , passed away on Dec. 17, 1976. The cemetery database mentions that she was born in 1905 in Austria. The birth year is based on the age declaration (according to the birth date format 01/01/...).
JewishGen site has a Theresia Feldmann born in Vienna in Dec. 13, 1897 to Wolf Wilmos and Bertha Steiner.
Rozmarin Chaim David, born in Poland to Anschel, passed away on August 12, 1965.

Valentin Lupu
ISRAEL