Adolf Czwiklitzer

Born1877-78
Died25/08/1956
UK, London, St Pancras Hospital
FatherDavid Czwiklitzer (27/11/1842 ‑ 06/10/1916) 
MotherJohanna (Handel) Borinski (1838-39 ‑ 16/09/1914) 
Partner Lucy (1891-92 ‑ 03/06/1951)

Notes

An article on page 2 of the November 2009 edition of "Nasze Katowice" about Kattowitz's Jewish cemetery claims that David and Adolf were the inventors of Nivea Cream. However, beiersdorf.com does not mention either of them in its history of the product.

1910 Kattowitz address book page 99
1914 Kattowitz address book page 191
1939 Kattowitz telephone directory page 24


Listed in the 1910 and 1914 Kattowitz address books at Grundmannstrasse 18, which he shared with his father David. Listed at the same address as the owner of David's soap factory in the 1928 telephone book (Grundmannstrasse was renamed as 3 Maja in Polish). Also listed in the same role in the 1939 Kattowitz telephone directory.

An Adolf Czwiklitzer living in Hampstead, London was naturalised by Great Britain in March 1956.

Adolf's UK naturalisation
Adolf's death certificate
Piotr's UK naturalisation


The death of an Adolph Czwiklitzer, living at the same address in London, was registered in St. Pancras in August 1956; he died aged 78 years, so he was born 1877-78. His death certificate describes him as a retired soap manufacturer. The death was reported by his son, Peter.

A Piotr Czwiklitzer graduated from Kattowitz's Mikolaj Kopernik school in 1938. On 12/11/1948 the London Gazette listed the naturalisation of Piotr (known as Peter) Czwiklitzer, an architectural student from Poland.



The death of a Lucy Czwiklitzer aged 59 years was registered in London, Hampstead in Q3 1951, so born 1891-92. She is described as the wife of Adolf, and lived at the same address as that given on Adolf's death certificate.

A list of passengers on MS PIŁSUDSKI for a tourist trip around the Norwegian fjords on 19-30 August 1936 includes Adolf, Lucy and Piotr Czwiklitzer; the relationship of these three people to each other is not given, but it is probable that they were this family.

Sources

Kaethe Halberstaedter’s "Borinski" notes;
1910 address book for Kattowitz, pages 99 (111) and 24 (32);
1914 address book for Kattowitz, pages 191 (203) and 114 (122);
Kattowitz and area telephone book, 1928 page 36
1939 area telephone book for Kattowitz area page 24 (39)
stankiewicz.e.pl - passenger list for MS PIŁSUDSKI;
thegazette.co.uk - list of naturalisations, Adolf;
thegazette.co.uk - list of naturalisations, Piotr;
kopernik.katowice.pl - Mikolaj Kopernik School 1938 graduates.

This record was last updated on 02/06/2017 at 10:01