Marle Stern Adler, 6 September 1812 – 17 September 1897

Marle Stern is the 5th daughter, and 8th and youngest child of Giedel Rothschild and Kain Heinemann-Stern, and the granddaughter of Salomon Abraham Rothschild. Most of the information for Marle comes from the book by Karl E. Demandt “Bevölkerungs- und Sozialgeschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde Niedenstein 1653 – 1866”. When I finished the previous post, IContinue reading “Marle Stern Adler, 6 September 1812 – 17 September 1897”

Calman Heinemann Stern, About 1810 – 11 December 1894

Calman Heinemann Stern, also known as Kallmann Stern, was the 6th child and 2nd son of Giedel Rothschild and Kain Heinemann-Stern, and the grandson of Salomon Abraham Rothschild. Most of the information we have about Calman comes from the book by Karl E. Demandt entitled “Bevölkerungs- und Sozialgeschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde Niedenstein 1653 – 1866.”Continue reading “Calman Heinemann Stern, About 1810 – 11 December 1894”

Geldchen Kilchen Stern Kaiser, 1809 – ?

Geldchen Kilchen STERN Kaiser was the daughter of Giedel Rothschild and Kain Heinemann-Stern, and the granddaughter of Salomon Abraham Rothschild. I would love to tell you that we have as much information for Geldchen as we did for her sister Roschen. But we don’t. Geldchen was born 7 January 1809 in Niedenstein, Germany. She wasContinue reading “Geldchen Kilchen Stern Kaiser, 1809 – ?”

Röschen Reisgen Stern Nagel, 1806 – 1877

Röschen Reisgen Stern was the 4th child and 3rd daughter of Kain Heinemann Stern and Giedel Rothschild, and the granddaughter of Salomon Abraham Rothschild. Röschen was born in Niedenstein 8 June 1806. On 14 May 1828, at the age of almost 22, she married Seligmann Nagel. Seligmann was also from Niedenstein, was born 12 DecemberContinue reading “Röschen Reisgen Stern Nagel, 1806 – 1877”

Giedel Rothschild Heinemann-Stern, 1778 – 1861

Sometimes, as is the case with Giedel’s sister, Märle, there’s a limited amount of information. Sometimes, as you’ll see when we get to Adolph Rothschild, there’s more information than you know what to do with. And sometimes, as is the case with Giedel, there’s a lot of information, but much of it doesn’t make sense,Continue reading “Giedel Rothschild Heinemann-Stern, 1778 – 1861”

Salomon Abraham Rothschild, 1747 – 1816

The first recorded Jews in Vöhl were Ascher Rothschild and Seligman Rothschild, listed as homeowners in 1705. To be registered home and land owners, these men needed to have been born by about 1680 at the latest. As yet, I haven’t found the connection to these early Rothschilds, though I’m sure there is one. IContinue reading “Salomon Abraham Rothschild, 1747 – 1816”

Brotmanblog: A Family Journey

Adventures in Genealogy