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Updated 25 May 2017

Bienenfeld, Adolf
Bienenfeld, Otto
Bienenfeldová, Irma
Bienenfeldová, Martha
Bienenfeldová, Helena
Bienenfeldová, Karolina
Fleischnerová, Babette
Herlingerová, Katharina
Hermannová, Sara
Hoffmannová, Franziska
Lustigová, Sara
Wrba, Maria

 

Bienenfeld, Adolf [ b. 13.3.1867, Odlochovice, Bohemia - d. 1.5.1918, Žižkov 69 (Prague), Bohemia ] Police Conscription Document Police Conscription Document Police Conscription Document Obituary, Prager Tagblatt, 3 May 1918
Adolf was a son of Jonas and Karolina (née Ohrensteinová) Bienenfeld. His Hebrew name was Abraham. Adolf was some kind of simple worker, and it seems clear that the family were of fairly humble means. His obituary refers to him as a "Vertreter" - a representative or agent of some kind, in this case of the Verein der Prager Geschäftsreisenden; that is, an adminstrative officer of the Prague Business Travelers Association. The available documents are split fairly evenly as to his place of origin - some say Vodlochovice, and some say Odlochovice. If we consider the modern name, the correct place is the latter, a village some 35km from Sedlčany. Although it is capitalized like any proper noun would be, the "V" could mean "v Odlochovice" as in, "from Odlochovice" in Czech, or, simply, the town was renamed to drop the V. In any event, he married Barbora Pachnerová probably in Karlín on 19 January 1896. Together they had at least 5 children. Adolf died at 3 a.m. at home, from complications due to cancer of the bladder.

Parents:
Bienenfeld, Jonas
Ohrensteinová, Karolina

Spouse(s):
Pachnerová, Barbora

Children:
Bienenfeld, Otto
Bienenfeldová, Helena
Bienenfeldová, Irma
Bienefeldová, Karolina
Bienenfeldová, Martha


Bienenfeldová, Helena [ b. 21.6.1909, Žižkov 69 (Prague) - d. 1943, Auschwitz, Poland ] Passport Application 1 (1 of 2) Passport Application 1 (2 of 2) Passport Application Extension Telegram Passport Extension Application (1 of 2) Passport Extension Application (2 of 2) Helena Bienenfeldová
Barbora BienenfeldováA daughter of Adolf and Barbora (née Pachnerová) Bienenfeld. I've repaired and restored photograph of Helena, shown to the left and linked above, along with other documents preserved by the Czech Holocaust archive. The original picture is included in her passport application. Helena perished in Auschwitz, with her mother and sister. Last residence, Biskupcova 5.

 


 



Narozena 21. 06. 1909
Poslední bydlište pred deportací: Praha XI
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Praha XI, Biskupcova 5
Transport AAv, c. 886 (30. 07. 1942, Praha -> Terezín)
Transport Dl, c. 127 (06. 09. 1943, Terezín -> Osvetim)
Zahynula

Parents:
Bienenfeld, Adolf
Pachnerová, Barbora

Spouse(s):
None

Children:
None


Bienenfeldová, Irma [ b. 15.7.1906, Žižkov 69 (Prague) - d. 1943, Auschwitz, Poland ] Passport Application (1 of 2) Passport Application (2 of 2) Irma Bienenfeldová
Barbora BienenfeldováA daughter of Adolf and Barbora (née Pachnerová) Bienenfeld. Unfortunately the only available photograph of her is beyond repair (no amount of adjustment can restore any meaningful detail to the image), so I've presented the original as it is, shown to the left and linked above. Irma perished in Auschwitz, with her mother and sister. Last residence, Biskupcova 5.

 


 


Narozena 15. 07. 1906
Poslední bydlište pred deportací: Praha XI
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Praha XI, Biskupcova 5
Transport AAv, c. 884 (30. 07. 1942, Praha -> Terezín)
Transport Dl, c. 128 (06. 09. 1943, Terezín -> Osvetim)
Zahynula

Parents:
Bienenfeld, Adolf
Pachnerová, Barbora

Spouse(s):
None

Children:
None


Fleischnerová, Babette [ b. 11.8.1864, Kolín, Bohemia - d. 9.3.1943, Terezín, Bohemia ] Police Conscription Document Death Record, Terezín Ghetto
Babette (probably used instead of Barbora) was a daughter of Elias and Theresia (née Fuchsová) Fleischner. She married Emanuel Joachim Pachner on 21 February 1886 at the Hotel Stein in Prague. Together they had at least four children. Babette perished in the Holocaust - note she's listed with the preferred Czech spelling "Babeta" in the Czech Holocaust archive. I've included her record of death, linked above.

Narozena 11. 08. 1864
Poslední bydliště před deportací: Praha II
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Praha VII, Malá Vinařská 1
Transport AAl, č. 656 (02. 07. 1942, Praha -> Terezín)
Zahynula 09. 03. 1943 Terezín

Parents:
Fleischner, Elias
Fuchsová, Theresia

Spouse(s):
Pachner, Emanuel Joachim

Children:
Pachner, Bedřich
Pachner, Hugo
Pachner, Otto
Pachner, Robert



Herlingerová, Katharina [ b. 2.6.1820, Radenín, Bohemia - d. ?, Bohemia ]
Katharina was one of at least three children of Lazar and Ewi (née Wolf) Herlinger of Radenín. Herlinger is a decidedly unusual surname, especially for a Czech family; because it's so unusual it's easier for us to filter any "noise" associated with a common Jewish surname like Kohn and pinpoint who is attached to whom. Luckily the Jewish records from the area have revealed quite a lot. The several records which mention Katharina's mother variously refer to her as Sali, Ewi, and Elisabeth. The lineage is all verified so we know it's the same person - curious spread of names though.

The 1793 Jewish census for the Táborský region lists "Ißrael Herlinger" (widower) at Radenín house number 25. This is Katharina's grandfather. The family lineage is also given, starting with Ißrael's first-born son Gabriel and his wife Helene, and their first-born son Mathias, second-born Lazar (Katharina's father), and finally a daughter Ewa. Gives Israel's occupation as some kind of trader- actually the occupation section refers to the previous records for definition, and that is what they say. Gabriel is also listed in the 1799 census without details, except apparently an 1778 marriage date.

There are also two relevant familiant records for the Herlingers. First, a record for Gabriel and his family, and also one for our Lazar, Katharina's father. The patriarch would be Israel Lazar Herlinger, mentioned as Gabriel's father on the first record (same as above). That record shows his Gabriel's family - wife Anna nee Spitz, their sons Mathias b. 1780, Lazar (Katharina's father) b.1786, and Israel b. 1802. The record also contains Mathias's family with his wife Ludmilla Goldfinger, and sons Jakob b. 1807, Markus b. 1809, Guttmann b.1810, Hermann b. 1821, and Philipp b. 1823. Finally the record includes the family of Mathias's second son Markus and wife Elisabeth nee Glaser married c.1835. The second record is for Lazar's family and shows his wife listed as Elisabeth Wolf and their marriage or consensus date of 18 October 1815, and two sons - Abraham b. 1817 and Israel b. 1824. Typically only male children were included in familiant records, which explains Katharina's absence. It's worth noting that Lazar's familiant status derived from Löwy Winter of Radenín - apparently Löwy and his wife had one daughter, and familiant status was passed only between men. There are a number of children belonging to all of these families which aren't included in the familiant records, as we would expect. Lastly, Radenín and Pacov are close so it stands to reason that the Herlinger and Pachner families, both evidently prominent in their respective locales, would have at least known of each other and decided to put their kids together.

Parents:
Herlinger, Lazar Israel
Wolfová, Ewi

Spouse(s):
Pachner, Veit

Children:
Pachnerová, Sara
Pachnerová, Sophia


Wrba, Maria [ b. c.11.1821, Jetřichovec?, Bohemia - d. 30.10.1873, Jetřichovec 30, Bohemia ]
Maria was the daughter of Joachim and Katharina (née Rigany) Wrba. Rigany is another gem of a surname for a Czech-Jewish family. It could be an obvious reference to the city of Riga in Latvia. It could be Hungarian, which is sort of how it sounds to me. Whatever the etymology, it's rare (or unique) and I've only ever seen it come up for this family. There appears to be just one familiant record for the Rigany family - the patriarch is Jakob with wife Maria née Herschel (another rare surname), with and sons Josef and Markus. Her childrens' birth records list Katharina's father as Michael, apparently from nearby Hroby, but do not list her mother.

Parents:
Wrba, Joachim
Rigany, Katharina

Spouse(s):
Pachner, Moses

Children:
Pachner, Bernard
Pachner, Emanuel Joachim
Pachner, Leopold (1852)
Pachnerová, Antonia
Pachnerová, Barbora
Pachnerová, Eleonora
Pachnerová, Franziska (1860)
Pachnerová, Saly



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