Nathan Joseph Stern

Born11/05/1800
Poland, Schlesien, Gleiwitz
Died27/08/1879
Poland, Schlesien, Sohrau
FatherMichael Stern (ca 1770 – ) 
MotherHandel Bohm (ca 1770 – ) 
Partner Charlotte Bottenbreiter (1795-96 – )

Source

Lotte Proskauer's notes (courtesy of PF)
Partner Magdalena (Amalie?) Borinski (03/10/1806 – 02/01/1848)

Married 07/06/1826 Poland, Schlesien, Sohrau

Source

Children:

Stern (27/09/1826 – 27/09/1826)

Lotte Stern (27/08/1827 – 27/08/1827)

Bertha (Babette) Stern (31/03/1829 – 05/07/1890)

Charlotte (Lotte) Stern (1830 – 11/02/1881)

Jette Stern (13/04/1831 – 14/10/1832)

Ernestine Stern (20/03/1833 – 10/11/1856)

Siegmund (Selig) Stern (03/12/1834 – )

Handel Stern (05/11/1836 – )

Abraham Stern (30/03/1838 – )

Heymann Stern (28/12/1839 – )

Jacob Stern (17/12/1840 – )

Johanna Stern (11/09/1844 – 26/01/1941)

Nanny Stern (13/04/1846 – 17/07/1913)

Notes

Came to Sohrau from Pyskovice 20/07/1825.

Businessman and restauranteur. Had a spice shop with his brother Abraham and traded in linen goods. Chairman of the burial society. Described as a teacher in daughter Johanna's death certificate.

Sources

Gmina Wyznania Mojżeszowego w Żorach 1511-1940 by Jan Delowicz page 145;
Lotte Proskauer's notes (courtesy of PF) name Nathan's wife as Charlotte Bottenbreiter; I have assumed she was Nathan's second wife, an assumption supported by Magdalene Borinski's early death leaving a large and young family. Magdalene's half-sister was married to Charlotte Bottenbreiter's brother.

This record was last updated on 18/06/2018 at 21:50