MT's research names Eva's husband as Arnold Prager; Kaethe Danziger (geb. Halberstaedter) names him only as Prager but identifies him as the Landesrabbiner of Kassel. The Landesrabbiner of Kassel from 1885 to his death in 1905 was Isaac Prager, succeding Dr. Lazarus Levi Adler (born 1810, in post 1852 to 1884). From 1881 (4 years before taking up the post) Isaac Prager was married to Julie Seegal. Julie outlived Isaac, and it is her name, rather than Eva's that appears on his tombstone. Isaac was probably aged 34 years when he married Julie, so it is feasible that he was previously married to Eva.
I have not found any source to confirm Eva's marriage to Landesrabbiner Isaac Prager. However, a person of this name, born on 26/06/1843 is buried in Gleiwitz old jewish cemetery (Field 4, Grave No. 989); she died on 02/09/1868, aged 25 years, so it is quite reasonable that Isaac should have re-married some time later.
Kaethe Danziger (geb. Halberstaedter)’s "Bertha Gassmann" notes;
MT's research - children;
alemannia-judaica.de - Texte zur Geschichte der Rabbiner, Lehrer und Kultusbeamten sowie zur jüdischen Schule und dem Israelitischen Lehrerseminar in Kassel;
jewishgen.org: JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry - death.
This record was last updated on 28/01/2019 at 12:21