Samuel Borinski

Born08/07/1836
Poland, Schlesien, Sohrau
Died1896-97
Poland, Schlesien, Neisse
FatherAdolf (Asher) Borinski (12/10/1808 – 09/11/1878) 
MotherRosalie Neumann (12/05/1812 – ) 
Partner Rosalie Apt (02/07/1842 – 29/07/1899)

Married 23/02/1865 Poland, Schlesien, Pless

Source

Children:

Leo Borinski (04/11/1865 – 02/04/1934)

Hedwig Borinski (23/02/1867 – 1942)

Martha Borinski (18/01/1868 – 14/09/1937)

Eveline (Ella) Borinski (23/07/1869 – 21/02/1943)

Max Borinski (25/07/1870 – ca 1943)

Ernst Borinski (19/09/1872 – )

Felix Borinski (06/07/1876 – 11/06/1924)

Paula Borinski (18/09/1877 – 1944-45)

Oskar Borinski (17/11/1879 – 20/04/1943)

Paul Borinski (27/04/1881 – ca 1943)

Notes

Samuel lived in Pless at the time of his marriage and his first child, Leo, was born there. Martha and Eveline were born in Gleiwitz, and Max in Lublinitz. His last three children, Paula, Oskar and Paul, were all born in Koenigshuette between 1877 and 1881.



Samuel was declared bankrupt in Gleiwitz in 1868; this may have prompted the family's move away from Gleiwitz between the births of Eveline and Max. The move notwithstanding, Samuel's wife, Rosalie geb. Apt, registered a business in her own name in Gleiwitz in 1868, and the registration was re-published in 1888-89 (see Rosalie's page).

In Kaethe Danziger (geb. Halberstaedter)’s "Borinski" notes she placed the word "(Koenigshuette)" between the brothers Louis and Samuel; Louis' business was in Kattowitz and he retired to Breslau, so the "(Koenigshuette)" probably refers to Samuel rather than Louis.

Kaethe Danziger (geb. Halberstaedter) notes that his wife, Rosalie Apt, came from Koenigshuette. Their son Leo's June 1897 marriage certificate places Rosel in Koenigshuette and says that Samuel died in Neisse.

The 1892 Upper Silesia business directory lists a Samuel Borinski as owner of a kolonialwarenhandel business (the same profession as his paternal grandfather and brothers Louis and Wilhelm) in Koenigshuette.

An 1893 address book for Koenigshuette lists a "Sum. Borinski" sic at Kaiserstrasse 59.

During the 1880s Samuel advertised a diverse range of goods including nuts, barrels of salted herring and church candles at his premises in Kaiserstrasse (ul. Wolności), Krolewska Huta.



My 2 x great grandfather.

Sources (click here for generic source information)

Kaethe Danziger (geb. Halberstaedter)’s "Borinski" notes;
Kaethe Danziger (geb. Halberstaedter)’s "Kate Halberstadter" notes (with Fritz Danziger on the reverse);
JRI-Poland - married 23/02/1865;
JRI-Poland - birth date taken from a record for a Samuel Borinski born to Adolf in Sohrau;
1892 business address book for Upper Silesia;
sbc.org.pl - Der Oberschlesische Wanderer, Jg. 41, No. 48, 16 June 1868;
sbc.org.pl - Der Oberschlesische Wanderer, Jg. 41, No. 57, 17 July 1868;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1881, R. 14, nr 10;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1884, R. 17, nr 29;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1885, R. 18, nr 11;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1885, R. 18, nr 26;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1885, R. 18, nr 48;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1886, R. 19, nr 39;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1887, R. 20, nr 100;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1888, R. 21, nr 8;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1888, R. 21, nr 101;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1888, R. 21, nr 102;
sbc.org.pl - view of Kaiserstrasse, Koenigshuette;
adressbuecher.genealogy.net - citation of address book for Koenigshuette.

This record was last updated on 14/12/2019 at 23:49