Heimann (Haim) Nothmann
The Centre for Jewish History says of him, in its Guide to the Papers of the Nothmann Family 1892-1951:
Heimann Nothmann (February 2, 1836 – January 6, 1911) was a son of Salomon Nothmann and Amalie Nothmann, née Brieger. He was married to Amalie, née Riesenfeld, and they had nine children, two of whom were Berthold and Georg Nothmann.
Sonja Delander, in her Nothmann Chronicle, gives his date of birth as 20/02/1836. Neither date is compatible with his brother Jochem's birth on 15/03/1836.
A Heymann Nothmann, master plumber of Langendorf, was the subject of bankruptcy hearings in 1868 in which an H. Gassmann (this one?) claimed a sum of 204 Reichsthaler.
A Heymann Nothmann is mentioned in an 1878 list of new members of the Israelitischen Kranken-Verpflegungs-Anstalt und Beerdigungs-Gesellschaft in Breslau.
An invoice for maintenance of a Heymann Nothmann's grave in Breslau was sent to Konsul Georg Nothmann in 1930.
Sources (click here for generic source information)
cjh.org - Nothmann Family Collection, 1978;
Sonja Delander: Nothmann Chronicle, 1974;
sbc.org.pl - Der Oberschlesische Wanderer, Jg. 41, No. 12, 11 February 1868;
sbc.org.pl - Der Oberschlesische Wanderer, Jg. 41, No. 84, 20 October 1868;
cbj.jhi.pl - Israelitischen Kranken-Verpflegungs-Anstalt und Beerdigungs-Gesellschaft in Breslau members;
cbj.jhi.pl - invoice for grave maintenance.
This record was last updated on 28/12/2021 at 23:12