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.
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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