When Hugo married he was living in Duesseldorf. A person of the same name and born in 1870 (the year given in his marriage certiciate) is buried in the New Jewish Cemetery in Duesseldorf; I assume this is the same person. A person of the same name is listed in the 1907 Duesseldorf telephone directory.
The 1910 Kattowitz address book has two entries under this name: one as a property manager and inkeeper at Kernerstrasse 9, the other as a businessman involved in the soap business of Karlstrasse 1.
The 1914 address book has only one entry under this name: a hotelier at Holteistrasse 21.
The Hugo involved in the soap business may be the son of David, since he owned a soap factory, although the evidence suggests that David's son returned to Duesseldorf after his marriage. The Kattowitz address book entries may equally relate to this Hugo or this Hugo.
Sources (click here for generic source information)
JRI-Poland - date and place of birth;
jewishgen.org - Online Worldwide Burial Registry - Germany: burial of Hugo Cwiklitzer 1870-1939 in Duesseldorf;
forumromanum.com - transcription of 1907 Duesseldorf telephone directory (Telephon-Adressbuch für das Deutsche Reich Düsseldorf 1907);
1910 address book for Kattowitz pages 99 (111) and 38-39 (46-47);
1914 address book for Kattowitz pages 191 (203) and 126 (134).
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