Max Halberstaedter

Poland, Schlesien, Militsch
Germany, Berlin
FatherLouis (Eliezer) Halberstaedter (08/12/1803 – 07/03/1869) 
MotherJohanna Landsberg (03/12/1803 – 26/12/1882) 
Partner Jenny (Sprinze) Ollendorff (22/07/1840 – 28/03/1890)

Married 04/03/1866

Source; - Fred Halbers collection: genealogical notes.


Paul Halberstaedter (14/04/1867 – 07/11/1921)

Franz Halberstaedter (30/01/1869 – 03/06/1933)

Carl Louis Halberstaedter (14/06/1871 – )

Ernst Halberstaedter (27/06/1873 – )

Charlotte Luise Halberstaedter (05/11/1880 – )


Max moved to Berlin and set up as a grain trader in business with an H. Ollendorf (probably his wife's brother, Hermann). He first appears in the Berlin address books in 1866; Ollendorf und Halberstaedter continued to be listed until 1872.

Listed in the Berlin address books from 1866 to 1899. The address books describes Max as a businessman until 1881, thereafter both Max and his brother Moritz are descibed as commodity brokers (Vereid. Waaren= u. Producten=Makler) from 1880 to 1897 and as brokers (Kursmakler) from 1898 until their deaths.

Photo of Max - Fred Halbers collection.

Sources (click here for generic source information)

Kaethe Danziger (geb. Halberstaedter)’s "Louis Halberstaedter" notes;
Address books for Berlin (1799-1943); - Fred Halbers collection: genealogical notes; - Fred Halbers collection: dates taken from gravestones in the Juedische Friedhof, Berlin-Weissensee; - Jenny Ollendorf's siblings;
Address books for Berlin (1799-1943).

This record was last updated on 30/05/2016 at 22:45