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Hekster and associated families

 

SALOMON HEKSTER was born 03 December 1825 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married MARIA JOHANNA HOLLANDER 16 July 1851 in Amsterdam, Holland. 

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Salomon Simon Hekster, arrived at Willemsoord, Den Helder, Holland on April 10, 1833, registered as settler of farm colony organised by the  Benevolent Society for the unemployed.

 

The most famous example is that at Frederiksoord situated in Vriesland, north-east of the Zuy der Zee and about 9m.from Steenwyck. It was one of three, the other two being Willemsoord and Wilhelminasoord. These colonies consisted of 10,000 acres of heath and sand, which had been brought under cultivation by town bred unemployed men, many of them over 40 years of age. They were sent from the town by the Society of Beneficence. Frederiksoord had a population of between 1,000 and 2,000 and the work was mainly agricultural although it did include dairying, brick making and other trades. These Colonies received married men with their families as well as unmarried men and if the man had a wife and children and was accepted in one of these colonies he would usually be housed in a separate cottage with a garden and the younger children were sent to a Government school within the colony. The specialty was horticulture in which there were excellent tuition and the gardens were a good illustration of what could be done by unskilled labour even on poor soil. There were large farms in connection with the colonies and men served a probation upon the farms, but where a colonist had demonstrated his ability to learn the industry of agriculture, he was given after a probation of two years a free farm of about 7 acres. Two years was the shortest possible period of probation.

 

Salomon Simon Hekster:

 

Posted on arrival in colony III Willemsoord.

Registered as residing on farm: 112 (inv. 1360), 149 (inv. 1360), 112 (inv. 1361), 112 (inv 1362).

Is settler. The contribution of the Subcie Amsterdam replacement.

Was either dismissed or left the farm on, June 25, 1845.

Occupation: Porter, after 1845.

 

Children of SALOMON HEKSTER and MARIA HOLLANDER are:

 

1.    ARON HEKSTER, b. 05 September 1852, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 April 1934, Amsterdam, Holland.

2.    SOESMAN HEKSTER, b. 22 November 1860, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 14 January 1942, Amsterdam, Holland.

3.    SIPPORA HEKSTER, b. 30 November 1864, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 15 February 1926, Amsterdam, Holland.

4.    VROUWTJE HEKSTER, b. 29 October 1866, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 10 July 1900, Amsterdam, Holland.

5.    SARA HEKSTER, b. 06 September 1868, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 10 February 1945, Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Germany - Holocaust victim.

6.    ELISABETH HEKSTER, b. 15 February 1873, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 December 1941, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ZADOK HEKSTER was born 14 June 1830 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married REBECCA GROEN 06 August 1862 in Amsterdam, Holland. 

 

Zadok Simon Hekster, born June 14, 1830, arrived at Willemsoord, Den Helder, Holland on April 10, 1833, registered as settler of farm colony organised by the  Benevolent Society for the unemployed.

 

Children of ZADOK HEKSTER and REBECCA GROEN are:

 

1.    SIMON HEKSTER, b. 02 December 1859, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 May 1933, Amsterdam, Holland.

2.    MIETJE HEKSTER, b. 27 December 1868, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 26 March 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ARON HEKSTER was born 05 September 1852 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 April 1934 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married SCHOVUTYER LIVARTVERSOVER 03 June 1885 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 29 December 1851 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 04 December 1921 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Child of ARON HEKSTER and SCHOVUTYER LIVARTVERSOVER is:

 

1.    MEINTJE HEKSTER, b. 08 February 1890, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SOESMAN HEKSTER was born 22 November 1860 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 January 1942 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married MINA KANES 17 May 1882 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of JACOB KANES and LEENTJE VAN OS.  She was born 04 March 1862 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SOESMAN HEKSTER:

Resided with family, February 1941: Nieuwe Achtergracht 93 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of SOESMAN HEKSTER and MINA KANES are:

 

1.    SALOMON HEKSTER, b. 16 December 1887, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 February 1943, Kattowitz-Rosdzien-Schoppinitz labour camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    ARON HEKSTER, b. 10 April 1891, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    MOZES HEKSTER, b. 19 May 1893, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 March 1944, Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

4.    MARIANNE HEKSTER, b. 21 July 1895, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 January 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARIANNE HEKSTER:

Occupation: Seamstress.

 

5.    LEA HEKSTER, b. 05 July 1906, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 02 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

6.    SIMON HEKSTER, b. 18 January 1902, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 December 1942, Konigshutte concentration camp, Silesia, Germany – Holocaust victim; m. SERLINA VAN LOGGEM, 21 February 1934, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 09 January 1910, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON HEKSTER:

Resided with family, February 1941: Ruyschstraat 48 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Debt collector.

 

SIPPORA HEKSTER was born 30 November 1864 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 15 February 1926 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She married ISAÄC CROONENBERG 20 February 1884 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of ALEXANDER CROONENBERG and ENGELTJE POLAK.  He was born 29 August 1865 in Rotterdam, Holland, and died 01 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIPPORA HEKSTER:

Burial: 16 February 1926, Dieman Cemetary, Amsterdam, Holland

 

ISAÄC CROONENBERG:

Resided with second wife, Catharina Davids, February 1941: Christiaan de Wetstraat 68 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Children of SIPPORA HEKSTER and ISAÄC CROONENBERG are:

1.    ENGELTJE CROONENBERG, b. 04 July 1884, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.   SALOMON CROONENBERG, b. 26 September 1885, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    MARIANNE CROONENBERG, b. 31 October 1886, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 14 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    ALEXANDER CROONENBERG, b. 12 July 1889, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    MIETJE CROONENBERG, b. 19 January 1892, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

6.    SOPHIA CROONENBERG, b. 04 April 1893, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 July 1893, Amsterdam, Holland.

7.    SAMUEL CROONENBERG  was born 06 April 1894 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married CATHARINA KOLHOF 14 June 1916 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of JOHANNES KOLHOF and CATHARINA RIETZ.  She was born 21 January 1895 in Amsterdam, Holland.

8.    SIMON CROONENBERG, b. 07 November 1896, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

9.    JOSUA CROONENBERG, b. 04 October 1898, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 December 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

10.  JACOB CROONENBERG, b. 19 February 1905, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 July 1944, Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

SARA HEKSTER was born 06 September 1868 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 10 February 1945 in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Germany - Holocaust victim.  She married LION WAAS 10 April 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MOSES WAAS and SARAH JACOBS.  He was born 04 December 1865 in London, England, and died 21 December 1924 in Amsterdam, Holland.

SARA HEKSTER:

Resided: February 1941: The Nederlands-Israëlitisch Oude Mannen- en Vrouwenhuis (Dutch-Jewish home for elderly men and women), Nieuwe Kerkstraat 135, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of SARA HEKSTER and LION WAAS are:

 

1.    REBECCA WAAS, b. 28 July 1889, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 01 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    MARIANNE WAAS, b. 03 January 1891, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 03 December 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    BRANCA WAAS, b. 18 November 1892, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 September 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    SALOMON WAAS, b. 15 December 1893, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 01 January 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    SIENTJE WAAS, b. 07 September 1895, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 18 June 1896, Amsterdam, Holland.

6.    NATJE WAAS, b. 16 November 1896, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

7.    MIETJE WAAS, b. 04 November 1897, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 January 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

8.    HIJMAN WAAS, b. 21 May 1900, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 January 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

9.    ARON WAAS, b. 15 January 1906, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

10.  SOPHIA WAAS, b. 27 February 1907, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 08 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

11.  SOESMAN WAAS, b. 06 October 1910, Antwerp, Belgium; d. 01 February 1945, Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

 

ELISABETH HEKSTER was born 15 February 1873 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 December 1941 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married LEVIE BUITENKANT 08 September 1892 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of ISRAEL BUITENKANT and FEMMETJE VERDONER.  He was born 12 April 1867 in London, England, and died 09 February 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of ELISABETH HEKSTER and LEVIE BUITENKANT are:

 

1.    ISRAEL BUITENKANT, b. 15 December 1892, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 March 1945, Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Germany - Holocaust victim; m. SOPHIE DEGEN, 19 August 1915, Zaandam, Holland; b. 16 June 1893, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 August 1955, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ISRAEL BUITENKANT:

Resided: Vechtstraat 11 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

2.    SALOMON LEVIE BUITENKANT, b. 24 August 1894, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 October 1942, Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

3.    FEMMIE BUITENKANT, b. 14 May 1896, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    MARIANNE BUITENKANT, b. 17 April 1898, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    EVA BUITENKANT, b. 17 May 1900, Amsterdam, Holland.

5.    MINA BUITENKANT, b. 27 March 1905, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 February 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m.

ISAAC SALOMONS, 06 December 1929, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 08 May 1906, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 June 1944, Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of ISAAC SALOMONS were MEYER SALOMONS born 20 January 1876 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim. He married REBECCA VAN PRAAG 03 May 1899 in Amsterdam, Holland. She was born 20 July 1876 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MEYER SALOMONS:

Resided with wife, February 1941:Borssenburgstraat 34 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ISAAC SALOMONS:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Ceintuurbaan 237 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Shopkeeper.

 

According to a list with shops of Jewish owners, compiled by the Amsterdam police in 1940, this family had a cigar shop, address: Ceintuurbaan 237 in Amsterdam.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 3).

 

6.   KLARA BUITENKANT, b. 22 November 1910, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. FRITZ LILIENTHAL, 09 April 1936, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 22 September 1901, Ehrenfeld, Cologne, Germany; d. 16 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

KLARA BUITENKANT:

Occupation: Seamstress.

 

FRITZ LILIENTHAL:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Rozengracht 214 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant.

 

According to a list with shops of Jewish owners, compiled by the Amsterdam police in 1940, this family had a cigar shop, address: Rozengracht 214 in Amsterdam.

 

7.   ARNOLD BUITENKANT, b. 27 January 1914, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 29 January 1995, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

SIMON  HEKSTER was born 02 December 1859 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 19 May 1933 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married SARA CARTOEF 15 May 1878 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of RAPHAEL CARTOEF and CLARA DRUKKER.  She was born 05 December 1860 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 December 1905 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of SIMON HEKSTER and SARA CARTOEF are:

 

1.    RAPHAEL HEKSTER, b. 23 July 1880, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    CLARA HEKSTER, b. 04 August 1883, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 02 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    REBECCA HEKSTER, b. 27 November 1887, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    KAATJE HEKSTER, b. 01 November 1889, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 03 October 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    MIETJE (MARIE) HEKSTER, b. 14 September 1891, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 18 June 1970, Amsterdam, Holland.

6.    MARIANNE HEKSTER, b. 28 December 1894, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 March 1896, Amsterdam, Holland.

7.    ESTHER HEKSTER, b. 29 November 1898, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 27 November 1992, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

MIETJE HEKSTER was born 27 December 1868 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 26 March 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married MORDECHAI STOKVISCH 27 February 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of BAREND STOKVISCH and JUDEK DE VRIES. He was born 31 October 1866 in Mijdrecht, De Ronde Venen, Holland, and died 15 February 1941 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

MORDECHAI STOKVISCH:

Resided: Blasiusstraat 134 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of MIETJE HEKSTER and MORDECHAI STOKVISCH are:

 

1.    BAREND STOKVISCH, b. 18 January 1890, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 10 February 1943, Neukirch, Germany - Holocaust victim.

2.    ZADOK STOKVISCH, b. 30 April 1891, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 February 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    ELIAS STOKVISCH, b. 17 February 1893, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. JULIA FRANSMAN, 13 May 1914, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 17 January 1892, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ELIAS STOKVISCH:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Ruyschstraat 17 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

4.    REBECCA STOKVISCH, b. 07 April 1895, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 14 January 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    JUDITH STOKVISCH, b. 06 February 1897, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

6.    SIMON STOKVISCH, b. 04 May 1899, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 March 1944, Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

7.    VROUWTJE STOKVISCH, b. 14 December 1900, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

8.    MEIJER STOKVISCH, b. 16 March 1904, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 February 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

9.    EMANUEL STOKVISCH, b. 24 January 1906, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

10.   MOZES STOKVISCH, b. 08 October 1907, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 March 1944, Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

11.   SARA STOKVISCH, b. 19 November 1908, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 14 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. JOSEPH AGSTERIBBE; b. 09 April 1909, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 March 1941, Seibersdorf, Baden, Austria.

 

JOSEPH AGSTERIBBE:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Blasiusstraat 130 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

12.   ESTHER STOKVISCH, b. 07 July 1910, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 08 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SARA HEKSTER was born 25 December 1873 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 27 July 1937 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She married JACOB RABBIE 03 January 1894 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of SALOMON RABBIE and ANNA MATTHIJSSE.  He was born 18 April 1874 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 10 September 1930 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of SARA HEKSTER and JACOB RABBIE are:

 

1.    JACOB RABBIE, b. 02 February 1890, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    DEBORA RABBIE, b. 05 April 1894, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 June 1894, Amsterdam, Holland.

3.    ANNA RABBIE, b. 27 June 1895, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 March 1987, Haarlem, Holland.

4.    FREDERIK FRITS RABBIE, b. 23 February 1897, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 May 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    MOZES DIKKE MAX RABBIE, b. 01 September 1898, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

6.    SIMON RABBIE, b. 06 June 1900, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 February 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

7.    HARTOG RABBIE, b. 21 October 1902, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 03 December 1912, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

MEINTJE HEKSTER was born 08 February 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married SALOMON CROONENBERG 24 October 1911 in Antwerp, Belgium, son of ISAÄC CROONENBERG and SIPPORA HEKSTER.  He was born 26 September 1885 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SALOMON CROONENBERG:

Resided, February 1941: Hofmeyrstraat 10 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of MEINTJE HEKSTER and SALOMON CROONENBERG are:

 

1.    CELINA CROONENBERG, b. 30 November 1911, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    ARNOLD CROONENBERG, b. 14 November 1912, Antwerp, Belgium; d. 14 April 1945, Buchenwald concentration camp, Ettersberg (Etter Mountain) Weimar, Germany - Holocaust victim.

3.    JACQUES CROONENBERG, b. 03 September 1925, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JACQUES CROONENBERG:

Resided, February 1941: Hofmeyrstraat 10 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Warehouse clerk.

 

SALOMON HEKSTER was born 16 December 1887 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 February 1943 in Kattowitz-Rosdzien-Schoppinitz labour camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married JANE KARTOEF 07 November 1923 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of PHILIP KARTOEF and HEINTJE COHEN.  She was born 28 June 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Oswiecim Poland – Holocaust victim.

 

SALOMON HEKSTER:

Resided with family, February 1941: Diamantstraat 51 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of SALOMON HEKSTER and JANE KARTOEF are:

 

1.    MINA HEKSTER, b. 04 October 1924, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Oswiecim Poland – Holocaust victim.

 

MINA HEKSTER:

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

2.    PHILIP HEKSTER, b. 03 January 1926, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Oswiecim Poland – Holocaust victim.

3.    SOESMAN HEKSTER, b. 28 March 1927, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 October 1943, Kattowitz-Rosdzien-Schoppinitz labour camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

In August 1941 Soesman Hekster was enrolled in the second year of the programme for electricians of the 3rd vocational school in East Amsterdam.

 

4.    MAURITS HEKSTER, b. 16 August 1930, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 05 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Oswiecim Poland – Holocaust victim.

 

ARON HEKSTER was born 10 April 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SARA WALG 20 January 1921 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of ALEXANDER WALG and BRANCA WITTEBOON.  She was born 07 August 1894 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of SARA WALG were ALEXANDER WALG was born 17 February 1870 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 November 1928 in Zandvoort, Holland.  He married BRANCA WITTEBOON 23 December 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of PINAS WITTEBOON and RACHEL VOORZANGER.  She was born 05 May 1868 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 13 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ARON HEKSTER:

Resided with family, April 1942: Parallelweg 35 a, Zandvoort, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 12).

 

Children of ARON HEKSTER and SARA WALG are:

 

1.    ALEXANDER HEKSTER, b. 07 December 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 10 June 1935, Zandvoort, Holland.

2.    MINA HEKSTER, b. 04 September 1924, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    BRANCA HEKSTER, b. 23 July 1930, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MOZES HEKSTER was born 19 May 1893 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 March 1944 in Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.  He married SARA GRIJSAART 06 November 1929 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of MARCUS GRIJSAART and JUDITH VISSER.  She was born 15 December 1901 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of SARA GRIJSAART were Marcus Grijsaart born 25 July 1879 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married JUDITH VISSER 21 March 1900 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 30 January 1881 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARCUS GRIJSAART:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Schalk Burgerstraat 17 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Casual worker.

 

MOZES HEKSTER:

Resided with family, February 1941: Tweede Jan Steenstraat 65 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Employed through job creation

 

Children of MOZES HEKSTER and SARA GRIJSAART are:

 

 1.    MINA HEKSTER, b. 29 August 1931, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 2.    MARK HEKSTER, b. 02 January 1935, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

LEA HEKSTER was born 05 July 1906 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 02 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married MAURITS DE METZ 03 May 1936 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of GAIM DE METZ and HENRIETTE DE LARA.  He was born 26 November 1906 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 02 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MAURITS DE METZ:

Resided with family, February 1941: Diezestraat 35 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sales representative.

Belonging to: Maurits de Metz and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 20 July 1942:

 

Room: floor cloth, iron single bedstead with bedding, chair, standing cupboard with linen.

 

The Jokos files reveal that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 11935/15867).

 

More About MAURITS DE METZ:

 

Child of LEA HEKSTER and MAURITS DE METZ is:

 

 1.    HARRIET META DE METZ, b. 15 June 1938, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 02 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ENGELTJE CROONENBERG  was born 04 July 1884 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married EMANUEL LISSAUR 04 February 1903 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of JESIAJA LISSAUR and JEANETTE KLEEREKOPER.  He was born 29 June 1882 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

EMANUEL LISSAUR:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Velazquezstraat 9 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for :- looted jewellery (S-claim, number 14/614).

 

Jokos file:

 

File concerning claims presented to the Federal Republic of Germany after the war regarding household contents looted during the war.

 

The looting of these contents was described as M-Aktion (Möbel-Aktion). These claims were therefore known as Möbel-claims or M-Claims. The files contain several documents, including application forms, computation forms, statements of the right to inheritance and in several cases an Abnahmeverzeichnis or Inventory.

 

The Jokos Foundation was a partnership arrangement of various Jewish organizations: Stichting Joods Maatschappelijk Werk, Nederlands-Israëlitisch Kerkgenootschap, Portuguese-Jewish Community, Liberaal Joodse Gemeente, Stichting Schadeloosstelling Joodse Oorlogsslachtoffers in Nederland.

 

Child of ENGELTJE CROONENBERG and EMANUEL LISSAUR is:

 

1.    JESAIA BENJAMIN LISSAUR, b. 25 June 1903, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 April 1959, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

SALOMON CROONENBERG was born 26 September 1885 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married MEINTJE HEKSTER 24 October 1911 in Antwerp, Belgium, daughter of ARON HEKSTER and SCHOVUTYER LIVARTVERSOVER.  She was born 08 February 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SALOMON CROONENBERG:

Resided, February 1941: Hofmeyrstraat 10 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

MARIANNE CROONENBERG was born 31 October 1886 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married REHUEL LOBATTO, son of REHUEL LOBATTO and JUDITH D'ANCONA.  He was born 28 May 1882 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

REHUEL LOBATTO:

Resided with family, August 1941: Sarphatistraat 70 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Rehuel Labatto and wife, Marianne Croonenberg  

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Children of MARIANNE CROONENBERG and REHUEL LOBATTO are:

 

1.    REHUEL LOBATTO, b. 09 January 1911, Amsterdam, Holland.

2.    ISAAC LOBATTO, b. 16 June 1912, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.   JUDITH LOBATTO, b. 22 July 1916, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. ABRAHAM MORPURGO, 06 May 1936, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 22 July 1916, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ALEXANDER CROONENBERG was born 12 July 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married REBECCA MONTESINOS 16 June 1909 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of ELIAS MONTEZINO and ROZA BLITZ.  She was born 17 June 1887 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ALEXANDER CROONENBERG:

Resided with family, February 1941: Nieuwe Prinsengracht 90, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Dispatch worker.

 

Children of ALEXANDER CROONENBERG and REBECCA MONTESINOS are:

 

1.    SIPPORA CROONENBERG, b. 14 August 1909, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIPPORA CROONENBERG:

Occupation: Usher.

 

2.    ROZA CROONENBERG, b. 19 January 1911, Amsterdam, Holland.

3.    ISAAC ALEXANDER CROONENBERG, b. 02 September 1913, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 03 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    LOUISE CROONENBERG, b. 10 March 1923, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

LOUISE CROONENBERG:

Occupation: Hairdresser.

 

MIETJE CROONENBERG was born 19 January 1892 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married DAVID GOMES DE MESQUITA 27 November 1919 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of ABRAHAM DE MESQUITA and NAATJE DUITS.  He was born 23 April 1892 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 18 November 1932 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Parents of David Gomes de Mesquita were ABRAHAM GOMES DE MESQUITA born 29 May 1869 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 April 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married NAATJE DUITS 12 March 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of SALOMON DUITS and BETJE POLAK.  She was born 08 October 1868 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ABRAHAM GOMES DE MESQUITA:

Resided with family, February 1941: Tilanusstraat 54 h, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond polisher.

 

MIETJE CROONENBERG:

Resided, February 1941: Ruyschstraat 113, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Two children living with their parents survived the war.

 

SIMON CROONENBERG was born 07 November 1896 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 11 June 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married ELISABETH VAN DER GLAS 12 December 1917 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of MOZES VAN DER GLAS and ESTHER BERKELO.  She was born 29 September 1894 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Simon Croonenberg and wife, Elisabeth van der Glas

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Parents of Elisabeth van der Glas were MOZES VAN DER GLAS born 03 April 1867 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married ESTHER BERKELO 24 June 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 07 December 1868 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 12 October 1930 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

MOZES VAN DER GLAS:

Resided, February 1941: Vechtstraat 30 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Mozes van der Glas lived in with his son Jesaya and daughter-in-law. Jesaya van der Glas was not his only son. In total, Mozes van der Glas had five children, three sons and two daughters. None survived the war.

 

Belonging to: Jesaya van der Glas and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 18 July 1942:

 

Laundry, underwear, clothing, shoes.

SIMON CROONENBERG:

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

ELISABETH VAN DER GLAS:

Resided, February 1941: Holendrechtstraat 38 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

For reasons unknown Simon Croonenberg and his wife were living at seperate addresses during the war.

 

Child of SIMON CROONENBERG and ELISABETH GLAS is:

 

1.    SIPPORA CROONENBERG, b. 12 January 1919, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 March 1931, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

JOSUA CROONENBERG was born 04 October 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 December 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SARA STIBBE 13 September 1922 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of JOSEPH STIBBE and ROSETTA SPEELMAN.  She was born 19 November 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 27 August 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of SARA STIBBE were JOSEPH STIBBE born 04 May 1858 in Nijmegen, Holland, and died 08 September 1936 in Nijmegen, Holland.  He married ROSETTA SPEELMAN 27 November 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 25 May 1865 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JOSEPH STIBBE:

Occupation: Tailor.

 

ROSETTA SPEELMAN:

Resided: Guesthouse Nerden, Plantage Kerklaan 23 bovenhuis, Holland.

Guesthouse/nursing home 'Nerden' was ran by the Nerden family, living at the same address.

 

JOSUA CROONENBERG:

Resided with family, February 1941: Tweede Jacob van Campenstraat 119 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sales representative

 

Child of JOSUA CROONENBERG and SARA STIBBE is:

 

1.    SIPPORA CROONENBERG.

 

JACOB CROONENBERG was born 19 February 1905 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 July 1944 in Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.  He married SARA GROENTEMAN 18 December 1929 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of ABRAHAM GROENTEMAN and SIENTJE VAN ADELSBERGEN.  She was born 26 January 1904 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 06 March 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of Sara Groenteman were ABRAHAM GROENTEMAN born 22 June 1877 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 01 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SIENTJE VAN ADELSBERGEN 23 October 1912 in Weesp, Holland.  She was born 17 March 1884 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 01 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ABRAHAM GROENTEMAN:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Tilanusstraat 33 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Guide.

 

JACOB CROONENBERG:

Resided with family, February 1941: Roerstraat 42 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sales representative.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 2340/6750).

 

Child of JACOB CROONENBERG and SARA GROENTEMAN is:

 

 1.    JACQUES CROONENBERG, b. 24 March 1932, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 06 March 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

REBECCA WAAS was born 28 July 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 01 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married DAVID DE JONG 07 May 1913 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He was born 02 December 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 26 January 1932 in Amstelveen, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

REBECCA WAAS:

Resided, February 1941: Schalk Burgerstraat 13 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

The Jokos files reveal that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 12).

 

Child of REBECCA WAAS and DAVID DE JONG is:

 

1.    MARCUS DE JONG, b. 20 June 1915, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 07 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARIANNE WAAS was born 03 January 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 03 December 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married ARON DELDEN 02 April 1919 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of JACOB DELDEN and LEENTJE OSSEDRIJVER.  He was born 31 August 1899 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 December 1944 in Blechhammer: Sub-camp of Auschwitz III - Monowitz, Poland - Holocaust victim   .

 

Parents of ARON DELDEN were JACOB DELDEN born 01 January 1878 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 December 1927 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married LEENTJE OSSEDRIJVER 19 May 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 23 November 1878 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JACOB DELDEN:

Occupation: Plumber & electrician.

 

LEENTJE OSSEDRIJVER:

Resided, February 1941: Ben Viljoenstraat 7 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ARON DELDEN:

Resided with family, February 1941: Nieuwe Kerkstraat 38 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant.

 

Children of MARIANNE WAAS and ARON DELDEN are:

 

1.    LINA DELDEN, b. 27 February 1920, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 03 December 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

LINA DELDEN:

Occupation: Seamstress.

Lina Delden

 

Lina Delden joined the Hollandia-Kattenburg textile factory in Amsterdam on 17 April 1937. On Wednesday, 11 November 1942, around 4:30 PM, Willy Lages conducted the Sicherheitspolizei raid on the Hollandia factories. All exits were blocked, and the Jewish staff members were taken away that evening. Photographs of all workers taken away that evening, as well as those deported previously, appear in the 'Boek der tranen' [Book of tears].

 

Book of Tears:  Photo album commemorating the deported Jewish employees of the Hollandia-Kattenburg textile factory.

 

2.    CELINA DELDEN, b. 24 August 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 03 December 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. ABRAHAM SWAAP, who survived the war.

 

Celina Delden

 

Parents of ABRAHAM SWAAP were MEIJER SWAAP was born 09 July 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married BRANCA JACOBS 14 August 1916 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 27 November 1895 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MEIJER SWAAP:

Resided with family, February 1941: Waterlooplein 79 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Casual worker.

 

CELINA DELDEN:

Occupation: Seamstress.

 

Celina Delden joined the Hollandia-Kattenburg textile factory in Amsterdam on 12 April 1937. On Wednesday, 11 November 1942, around 4:30 PM, Willy Lages conducted the Sicherheitspolizei raid on the Hollandia factories. All exits were blocked and the Jewish staff members were taken away that evening. Photographs of all workers taken away that evening, as well as those deported previously, appear in the 'Boek der tranen' [Book of tears].

 

BRANCA WAAS was born 18 November 1892 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 September 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married WOLF BLITZ 11 August 1915 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of AARON BLITZ and NAATJE DE GROOT.  He was born 16 July 1887 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 September 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

WOLF BLITZ:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Vechtstraat 60 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Shoemaker

 

Child of BRANCA WAAS and WOLF BLITZ is:

 

1.    AÄRON BLITZ, b. 16 February 1916, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 02 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SALOMON WAAS was born 15 December 1893 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 01 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married DEBORA DELDEN 19 September 1917 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of JACOB DELDEN and LEENTJE OSSEDRIJVER.  She was born 22 August 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 08 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SALOMON WAAS:

Resided with family, February 1941: Tilanusstraat 71 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

Children of SALOMON WAAS and DEBORA DELDEN are:

 

1.    LION (JOHNNY) WAAS was born 31 January 1918 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married BENVENIDA HENRIQUES DE LA FUENTE 01 April 1942 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of DAVID LA FUENTE and ESTHER BARNSTEIN.  She was born 21 August 1921 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

LION (JOHNNY) WAAS:

Occupation: Sales representative.

 

BENVENIDA HENRIQUES DE LA FUENTE:

Occupation: Saleslady.

 

2.    HIJMAN WAAS, b. 01 March 1920, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 December 1942, Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp, Mauthausen, Austria - Holocaust victim.

 

NATJE WAAS was born 16 November 1896 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married BENJAMIN POLAK 02 March 1921 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of JACOB POLAK and VOGELTJE VISSER.  He was born 06 June 1896 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

BENJAMIN POLAK:

Resided with family, February 1941: Retiefstraat 45 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Skin salter.

 

One child (Jacob Polak) living with his parents survived the war.

 

Children of NATJE WAAS and BENJAMIN POLAK are:

 

1.    JACOB POLAK.

2.    CELINA POLAK, b. 28 July 1925, Amsterdam, Holland, and died 10 June 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    VOGELINA POLAK, b. 08 October 1926, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MIETJE WAAS was born 04 November 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 January 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married GODFRIED PHILIPS 09 June 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of ISAAC PHILIPS and SUSANNA POOL.  He was born 05 October 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of GODFRIED PHILIPS were ISAAC PHILIPS born 08 August 1877 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SUSANNA POOL 06 July 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 21 December 1872 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 18 September 1936 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ISAAC PHILIPS:

Resided with family, February 1941: Nieuwe Uilenburgerstraat 117 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Belonging to: Isaac Philip and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 22 July 1942:

 

Clothing and underwear.

MIETJE WAAS:

Occupation: Lingerie seamstress.

 

GODFRIED PHILIPS:

Resided with family, February 1941: Krugerstraat 15 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant.

 

Children of MIETJE WAAS and GODFRIED PHILIPS are:

 

1.    ISAAC PHILIPS, b. 16 November 1920, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ISAAC PHILIPS:

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

2.    LION PHILIPS, b. 31 January 1923, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 January 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

LION PHILIPS:

Occupation: Clothes presser.

 

3.    JACOB PHILIPS, b. 22 December 1924, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ACOB PHILIPS:

Occupation: Apprentice presser.

 

HIJMAN WAAS was born 21 May 1900 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married CARTHARINA BLITS. She was born 25 May 1900 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 May 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

HIJMAN WAAS:

Resided with family, February 1941: Krugerstraat 19 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Furniture maker.

Belonging to: Hijman Waas and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 17 July 1942:

 

Underwear and bedding.

 Children of HIJMAN WAAS and CARTHARINA BLITS are:

 

1.    LION WAAS, b. 20 March 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 November 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    NATHAN WAAS, b. 05 January 1928, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 January 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    SALOMON WAAS, b. 20 August 1934, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 January 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ARON WAAS was born 15 January 1906 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim. He married MINA HES 24 May 1933 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of HARTOG HES and RACHEL BEESEMER. She was born 19 August 1907 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 26 August 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Aron Waas and Mina Hes

 

Parents of MINA HES were HARTOG HES born 07 March 1867 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 26 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim. He married (1) RACHEL BEESEMER 12 June 1901 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 20 March 1868 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 19 December 1941 in Amsterdam, Holland. He married (2) ROOSJE SAMSON 14 June 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 18 March 1865 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

HARTOG HES:

Divorced: 29 June 1899, Roosje Samson.

Resided with second wife, Rachel Beesemer, February 1941: Meerhuizenstraat 32 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ROOSJE SAMSON:

Second husband was: Zacharias Klijbos, 16 February 1877 Amsterdam, 5 March 1943 Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Hartog Hes and Rachel Beesemer married in 1901 at Amsterdam. They had eight children. A daughter Roosje and a daughter Rozette died at a young age before the war. Their son Salomon and a daughter Mina were murdered during the war. Four children of Hartog Hes and Rachel Beesemer survived the war.

 

ARON WAAS:

Resided with family, February 1941: Tugelaweg 114 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Furniture maker.

 

Children of ARON WAAS and MINA HES are:

 

1.    SARA WAAS. Survived the war.

2.    HARTOG WAAS. Survived the war.

3.    LEO WAAS, b. 20 November 1939, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 26 August 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SOPHIA WAAS was born 27 February 1907 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 08 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married IZAK SAX 04 June 1930 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of JOACHIM SAX and SOPHIA POLAK.  He was born 18 September 1904 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 02 February 1945 in Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of IZAK SAX were JOACHIM  SAX born 09 August 1878 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SOPHIA POLAK 02 January 1901 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 09 June 1876 in Hoorn, IJsselmeer, Holland, and died 05 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JOACHIM SAX:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Lepelstraat 59 II - a, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Rag merchant.

 

IZAK SAX:

Resided with family, February 1941: Christiaan de Wetstraat 61 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Furniture maker.

 

Children of SOPHIA WAAS and IZAK SAX are:

 

1.    JOACHIM SAX, b. 25 April 1931, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 08 October 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    LION SAX, b. 09 March 1935, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 08 October 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    PHINA SAX, b. 13 October 1939, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 08 October 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SOESMAN WAAS was born 06 October 1910 in Antwerp, Belgium, and died 01 February 1945 in Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.  He married MARRETJE DRUIF 24 April 1935 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of SAMUEL DRUIF and KLAARTJE VAN PRAAG.  She was born 26 April 1912 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 06 October 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Soesman Waas and Marretje Druif

Wedding day - 24 April 1935, Amsterdam, Holland

 

Parents of MARRETJE DRUIF were  SAMUEL DRUIF was born 19 February 1882 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married KLAARTJE VAN PRAAG 07 December 1911 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 13 February 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SAMUEL DRUIF:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Louis Bothastraat 23 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

SOESMAN WAAS:

Resided with family, February 1941: Tugelaweg 120 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Cabinet maker.

 

MARRETJE DRUIF:

Occupation: Seamstress.

 

The Waas family was aware of the dangers of deportation. Early in the war they went into hiding near Soest, a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. After a certain time they ran out of money and had to return to Amsterdam, Holland. Soesman Waas managed to find a hiding place in Baarn, Utrecht, Holland for his youngest child, Klara. The parents and their daughter Sara were later arrested and brought to Westerbork transit camp. There Soesman got a job that provided him with a sperre (document granting temporary exemption from deportation). The family was eventually deported on the last train to Theresienstadt. After a short stay they were sent to Auschwitz. Soesman Waas died during a death march on 01 February 1945 somewhere in mid Europe.

 

Sperre: document granting temporary exemption from deportation.

 

People were issued a Sperre for many reasons: indispensable to the war industry, membership of the Jewish Council, holding a passport from a 'friendly' state etc. In October 1942, 17,000 Jews thought they had the right papers. However, the exemptions issued, were all marked 'bis auf weiteres' [until further notice], which meant that they were only temporary. In fact, the exemptions served to spread the deportations and to keep those remaining behind under control. In the end, virtually everybody was deported. Only a few protected groups made it through the war, and that was because of various coincidences.

 

Children of SOESMAN WAAS and MARRETJE DRUIF are:

 

1.    SARA WAAS, b. 03 March 1936, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 06 October 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    KLARA WAAS, b. 18 May 1938, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

SALOMON LEVIE BUITENKANT was born 24 August 1894 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 October 1942 in Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.  He married ELISABETH PACH 13 August 1919 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of AARON PACH and SIENTJE LELIE.  She was born 24 August 1894 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 October 1942 in Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of ELISABETH PACH were AARON PACH born 27 June 1864 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SIENTJE LELIE 12 December 1883 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of SALOMON LELIE and REBEKKA LUZA.  She was born 11 January 1863 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 June 1939 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

AARON PACH:

Resided, February 1941: Diamantstraat 47 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Aäron Pach was a son of Mozes Pach and Mietje Groen. He married Sientje Lelie in 1883 in Amsterdam. She passed away in 1939. They had seven children, including Marianne, with whom he lived.

 

SALOMON LEVIE BUITENKANT:

Resided with family, February 1941: Lutmastraat 198 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond polisher.

 

Children of SALOMON BUITENKANT and ELISABETH PACH are:

 

1.    LEVIE BUITENKANT, b. 11 February 1923, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

LEVIE BUITENKANT:

Occupation: Warehouse clerk.

 

2.    CELINA BUITENKANT, b. 17 February 1928, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    ALBERT BUITENKANT, b. 31 December 1931, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    HANS BUITENKANT, b. 18 July 1934, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

FEMMIE BUITENKANT was born 14 May 1896 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married ABRAHAM BAGGERS 20 May 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MOZES BAGGERS and MIETJE ROOZELAAR.  He was born 16 April 1896 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 19 August 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of ABRAHAM BAGGERS were MOZES BAGGERS born 28 January 1869 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married (1) MIETJE ROOZELAAR 24 November 1892 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 11 May 1869 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 10 August 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married (2) FLORA ROSELAAR 26 August 1925 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 17 March 1884 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MOZES BAGGERS:

Resided with wife, Flora Roselaar on February 1941: Topaasstraat 8 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Flora Roselaar was a niece of, Mietje Roozelaar, first wife of Mozes Baggers.

 

ABRAHAM BAGGERS:

Resided wife family, February 1941: Saffierstraat 28 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

Children of FEMMIE BUITENKANT and ABRAHAM BAGGERS are:

 

1.    LOUIS BAGGERS, b. 13 December 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 August 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

LOUIS BAGGERS:

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

2.    MIA BAGGERS, b. 15 December 1926, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARIANNE BUITENKANT was born 17 April 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married MOZES PACH 30 August 1924 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of AARON PACH and SIENTJE LELIE.  He was born 18 March 1900 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARIANNE BUITENKANT:

Occupation: Garment factory manager.

 

MOZES PACH:

Resided with family, February 1941: Smaragdstraat 13 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sales representative.

 

Children of MARIANNE BUITENKANT and MOZES PACH are:

 

1.    LOUIS PACH, b. 17 December 1925, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    ALFRED PACH, b. 26 May 1931, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

RAPHAEL HEKSTER was born 23 July 1880 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 19 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married JUDITH VEERMAN 29 January 1902 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of MEIJER VEERMAN and ANNA JAS.  She was born 26 April 1881 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

RAPHAEL HEKSTER:

Resided with family, February 1941:Tugelaweg 146 h, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

Children of RAPHAEL HEKSTER and JUDITH VEERMAN are:

 

1.    SARA HEKSTER, b. 07 July 1903, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. MOZES NUNES NABARRO, 18 April 1928, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 22 September 1902, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SARA HEKSTER:

Occupation: Shop manager.

 

MOZES NUNES NABARRO:

Resised with wife, February 1941: Kalverstraat 165, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Shop manager.

 

2.    MEIJER HEKSTER, b. 16 August 1904, Amsterdam, Holland; m. EVA BLOG, 11 August 1927, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 23 May 1905, Antwerp, Belgium.

3.    SIMON HEKSTER, b. 30 July 1910, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 June 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    ABRAHAM HEKSTER, b. 31 March 1912, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    NICO HEKSTER, b. 02 April 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

CLARA HEKSTER was born 04 August 1883 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 02 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married JOEL DREESE 14 December 1905 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of GERSON DREESE and ESTHER LAKMAKER.  He was born 17 August 1882 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 02 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

JOEL DREESE:

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

Children of CLARA HEKSTER and JOEL DREESE are:

 

1.    GERSON DREESE, b. 15 January 1907, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 May 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

GERSON DREESE:

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

2.    SIMON DREESE, b. 09 December 1912, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 12 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON DREESE:

Occupation: Warehouse clerk.

 

REBECCA HEKSTER was born 27 November 1887 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married WOLF CUNE 20 December 1906 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of JACOB CUNE and ELISABETH VAN ENGEL.  He was born 04 June 1885 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 07 May 1939 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

REBECCA HEKSTER:

Resided with son and relatives, February 1941: Roerstraat 20 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 2354 / 8791).

 

Children of REBECCA HEKSTER and WOLF CUNE are:

 

1.    SARA (STELLA) CUNE, b. 22 September 1907, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 03 September 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    JACOB CUNE, b. 03 September 1908, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    SIMON CUNE, b. 03 November 1911, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 March 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. ROZETTE CASSUTTO, 25 March 1942, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 09 February 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 22 October 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON CUNE:

Occupation: Shop assistant.

                       

                     Rozette Cassutto                                              Simon Cune

 

Engagement announcement of Rozette Cassuto and Simon Cune

 

KAATJE HEKSTER was born 01 November 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 03 October 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married SALOMON VAN PRAAG 05 August 1915 in Zaanstad, Amsterdam, Holland, son of HIJMAN VAN PRAAG and JUDIC OESTERMAN.  He was born 15 June 1888 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 03 October 1944 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Salomon van Praag

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KAATJE HEKSTER:

Occupation: Cutter.

 

SALOMON VAN PRAAG:

Resided with family, February 1941: Roerstraat 20 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

Children of KAATJE HEKSTER and SALOMON VAN PRAAG are:

 

1.    CELINE (LIEN) VAN PRAAG, b. 13 August 1916, Amsterdam, Holland.

2.    HENRI VAN PRAAG, b. 11 December 1918, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 March 1944, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

 

HENRI VAN PRAAG:

Occupation: Tailor.

 

3.    JULIA VAN PRAAG, b. 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 August 1923, Amsterdam, Holland.

4.    HENRIETTE VAN PRAAG, b. 03 January 1927, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 February 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MIETJE (MARIE) HEKSTER was born 14 September 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 18 June 1970 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She married (1) LODEWIJK VAN BRINK 25 January 1911 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of ISRAEL VAN BRINK and WILHELMINA STOPPELMAN.  He was born 28 December 1886 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married (2) BRUNO EIDINGER 11 September 1935 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He was born 01 September 1906 in Suceava, Romania.

 

MIETJE (MARIE) HEKSTER:

Divorced: 13 January 1942, Bruno Eidinger.

 

Bruno Eidinger was an accomplished violinist, who defied the Nazi Occupation Forces in Holland by assisting persecuted persons to escape during World War II. He was born in Rumania but fled to Holland when his country went under Totalitarian rule. He went underground in Amsterdam when the Nazis occupied Holland. Often disguised in Nazi SS (Political Police) uniform, he helped Jews whose lives were in Peril to escape freedom. Bruno Eidinger went to live with family in the Bronx, New York, USA, where he later settled.

 

Lodewijk van Brink and Mietje (Marie) Hekster

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LODEWIJK VAN BRINK:

Resided: Hunzestraat 115 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 1496/5066).

 

Children of MIETJE HEKSTER and LODEWIJK VAN BRINK are:

 

1.    ISRAEL VAN BRINK, b. 27 February 1912, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 May 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ISRAEL VAN BRINK:

Resided, February 1941: Rijnstraat 201 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

2.    SELIEN VAN BRINK, b. 07 August 1922, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 September 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ESTHER HEKSTER was born 29 November 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 27 November 1992 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She married ALEXANDER REENS 16 August 1923 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of JOSEPH REENS and SCHOONTJE BEUGELTAS.  He was born 07 August 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 11 June 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ALEXANDER REENS:

Resided, February 1941: Plantage Kerklaan 20 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

Child of ESTHER HEKSTER and ALEXANDER REENS is:

 

1.    JEANNETTE REENS, b. 02 March 1926, Borgerhout,  Antwerp, Belgium; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

BAREND STOKVISCH was born 18 January 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 10 February 1943 in Neukirch, Germany - Holocaust victim.  He married GRIETJE JACOBS 23 February 1911 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 28 November 1885 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 13 November 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

BAREND STOKVISCH:

Resided with family, February 1941: Swammerdamstraat 59 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

Belonging to: Barend Stokvisch and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 23 July 1942:

 

Room: does not own furniture, only underwear.

 

Children of BAREND STOKVISCH and GRIETJE JACOBS are:

 

1.    MIETJE STOKVISCH, b. 30 November 1911, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 December 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MIETJE STOKVISCH:

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

2.    JACOB STOKVISCH, b. 17 May 1914, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    MORDECHAI STOKVISCH, b. 28 September 1917, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 January 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MORDECHAI STOKVISCH:

Occupation: Presser.

ZADOK STOKVISCH was born 30 April 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married EVA SWART 14 January 1914 in Köningstede, Germany, daughter of JEREMIAS SWART and SAARTJE LEUW.  She was born 13 April 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland.

ZADOK STOKVISCH:

Resided with family, February 1941: Retiefstraat 39 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Tram driver.

Belonging to: Zadok Stokvisch and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 23 July 1942:

Room: linoleum, carpet, mat (2), easy chair (2), chair (6), sideboard, fireplace with plate, clock, wall cupboard (4), table, flower table, vase (2), wall plate (2), newspaper holder, lace curtain (2), drape (4), hanging lamp, wall plate (2), wall cupboard with ceramics, groceries and clothing. Room: linoleum, runner, mat, double bed with bedding, chair (3), wall cupboard with hanging lamp (2), lace curtain and drape (2), wall cupboard with linen. Room: linoleum, runner, bed with bedding, clothing, hanging lamp.. Room: linoleum, runner, hanging lamp, double bed with bedding, worthless items. Room: linoleum, carpet, divan with cover, table, armchair, chairs (5), tea table, clock, wall plate (4), vase (3), hanging lamp, writing desk, tea table with glassware and ceramics. Room: linoleum, runner, mat, double bed, chair (3), linen cupboard, lace curtain and drape (2)hanging lamp, bedside table, cabinet, table. Corridor: runner hanging lamp vacuum cleaner ("Protos") coat stand Toilet: ladder.

Children of ZADOK STOKVISCH and EVA SWART are:

 

1.    MORDECHAI STOKVISCH, b. 03 November 1916, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 May 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MORDECHAI STOKVISCH:

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

2..    JEREMIAS STOKVISCH, b. 15 February 1923, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JEREMIAS STOKVISCH:

Occupation: Maker of electric instruments.

 

3.    BERNARD STOKVISCH, b. 21 August 1924, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

REBECCA STOKVISCH was born 07 April 1895 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married PHILIP KAAS 02 July 1919 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of IZAAK KAAS and JUDITH CONTENT.  He was born 22 March 1893 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 March 1944 in Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

 

PHILIP KAAS:

Resided with family, April 1942: Vlamingstraat 30 a, Den Haag, Holland.

Occupation: Oil dealer.

 

Children of REBECCA STOKVISCH and PHILIP KAAS are:

 

1.    JUDITH KAAS, b. 11 February 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 April 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JUDITH KAAS:

Occupation: Waitress.

 

2.    JACK KAAS, b. 15 April 1926, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 15 April 1926, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JACK KAAS:

Occupation: Commercial painter.

 

3.    MAX KAAS, b. 01 June 1928, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 14 January 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JUDITH STOKVISCH was born 06 February 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married ABRAHAM HAGENAAR 28 January 1922 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MEIJER HAGENAAR and ROOSJE BOLLE.  He was born 12 September 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ABRAHAM HAGENAAR:

Resided with family, May 1940: Vrolikstraat 86 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Jewish Council official.

Belonging to: Abraham Hagenaar and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 18 July 1942:

 

Area unknown: gents' underwear, clothing, shoes.

 

Children of JUDITH STOKVISCH and ABRAHAM HAGENAAR are:

 

1.    MEIJER HAGENAAR, b. 08 October 1922, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    MIETJE HAGENAAR, b. 08 October 1922, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 07 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    MORDECHAI HAGENAAR, b. 29 May 1926, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON STOKVISCH was born 04 May 1899 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 March 1944 in Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.  He married (1) ELISABETH LIERENS.  She was born 28 August 1906 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 07 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married (2) BETJE SPANJAR, daughter of LEVIE SPANJAR and HENRIETTE BAK.  She was born 28 March 1905 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 March 1943 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Parents of BETJE SPANJAR were LEVIE SPANJAR born 13 July 1878 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married (1) SCHOONTJE VEEREJONG 17 February 1904 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 03 September 1865 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 29 December 1913 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married (2) HENRIETTE BAK 01 July 1914 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 13 March 1880 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON STOKVISCH:

Resided with family, February 1941: Weesperstraat 62 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Waiter.

    

Child of SIMON STOKVISCH and ELISABETH LIERENS is:

 

1.    SELMA STOKVISCH, b. 27 April 1939, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 07 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Child of SIMON STOKVISCH and BETJE SPANJAR is:

 

1.    SCHOONTJE STOKVISCH, b. 06 May 1929, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 07 May 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

VROUWTJE STOKVISCH was born 14 December 1900 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 19 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married JUDA VAN OS 05 September 1923 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of NATHAN VAN OS and KEETJE WESSEL.  He was born 14 November 1893 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 September 1943 in Bobrek concentration camp, Voivodeship, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JUDA VAN OS:

Resided with family, February 01, 1941: Derde Oosterparkstraat 69 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sack mender.

 

Bobrek was a subcamp of the Monowitz concentration camp located in or near Bobrek, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland, and was part of the Auschwitz concentration camp complex. It was built by Siemens predecessor Siemens-Schuckert near the town of Bobrek, Poland. It held approximately 250-300 prisoners who were used as slave labor to produce electrical parts for aircraft and U-boats.

 

Bobrek subcamp was evacuated along with the other camps in the Auschwitz complex on January 18, 1945. The prisoners were sent on a death march to a concentration camp in Gleiwitz, Poland. Many were then transported by rail to Buchenwald. While in Buchenwald, Siemens-Shukert executives sought out the former Bobrek workers and had them shipped to their factory in Siemensstadt a suburb of Berlin.

 

Commandant of the camp was SS-Scharführer Hermann Buch

 

Children of VROUWTJE STOKVISCH and JUDA VAN OS are:

 

1.    NATHAN VAN OS, b. 15 October 1924, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

NATHAN VAN OS:

Occupation: Leather worker.

 

2.    MINA VAN OS, b. 18 October 1935, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MEIJER STOKVISCH was born 16 March 1904 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married ESTHER VAN OS 11 June 1924 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of NATHAN VAN OS and KEETJE WESSEL.  She was born 10 July 1901 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 24 September 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MEIJER STOKVISCH:

Resided with family, February 1941: Christiaan de Wetstraat 44 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sack mender.

Belonging to: Meijer Stokvisch and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 22 July 1942:

 

Room: lace curtain (4), drape (2), hanging lamp, wall mirror, clock, etching, wall lamp, metal statue (2), table lamp, stone vase (2), round table, divan with cover, tea cupboard with tea set, tea cosy, stove with plate, coal-scuttle, table with cloth, chair (6), easy chair (2), radio table, linoleum, carpet, mat, wall cupboard, sideboard, worthless items. Room: lace curtain, drape (2), rack with books, clock, mirror, chair (3), armchair (2), sewing machine ("Singer"), linen cupboard, linoleum, runner, mat, wall cupboard. Room: lace curtain (2), drape (2), hanging lamp, round table, clock, armchair, mangle with trestle, chair, wooden bed with bedding, linen cupboard, floor covering, linoleum, runner (2), wall cupboard. Room:

lace curtain (2), drape (2,) hanging lamp, wall plate, table with cloth, chair (2), iron bed with bedding, vacuum cleaner ("Excelsior"), linoleum, coconut mat (2), wall cupboard. Corridor: hanging lamp, brush hanger, coat hooks, wall hanging, floor cloth, coconut mat, Kitchen:  lace curtain,

drape, hanging lamp, wall-mounted coffee grinder, enamel objects, gas ring (2), burner, table with tea set, chair (2), display cabinet, linoleum, runner, mat (3). Attic: ladder, chair (7), zinc, washboard, paraffin burner, table, loudspeaker, fuel. Staircase and corridor: runner (2), bar.

 

Child of MEIJER STOKVISCH and ESTHER VAN OS is:

 

1.    MORDECHAI  STOKVISCH, b. 14 November 1924, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MORDECHAI STOKVISCH:

Occupation: Apprentice pastry cook..

 

EMANUEL  STOKVISCH was born 24 January 1906 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married ESTHER VAN KOLLEM 21 August 1929 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of SAMUEL VAN KOLLEM and FIETJE FRANK.  She was born 16 October 1905 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 11 June 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

EMANUEL STOKVISCH:

Resided with family, February 1941: Vrolikstraat 273 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Flower dealer.

 

Child of EMANUEL STOKVISCH and ESTHER VAN KOLLEM is:

 

1.    MINA STOKVISCH, b. 19 August 1931, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 June 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Mina Stokvisch was deported to Sobibor in June 1943 from Vught via Westerbork on the so-called children's transport. She was 11 years old when she died.

 

MOZES STOKVISCH was born 08 October 1907 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 March 1944 in Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim. He married MARGARETHA KESNAR 29 December 1926 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of SALOMON KESNAR and MIETJE SALOMON.  She was born 21 June 1905 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 22 October 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of MARGARETHA KESNAR were SALOMON KESNAR born 02 October 1875 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 19 November 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married MIETJE SALOMON 31 December 1902 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 13 April 1879 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 07 November 1938 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

SALOMON KESNAR:

Resided, September 1942: Colensostraat 3 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

MOZES STOKVISCH:

Resided with family, February 1941: Ben Viljoenstraat 9 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Tailor.

 

Children of MOZES STOKVISCH and MARGARETHA KESNAR are:

 

1.    MORDECHAI STOKVISCH, b. 07 November 1927, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 22 October 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    MIETJE STOKVISCH, b. 03 January 1930, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 22 October 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    REBECCA STOKVISCH, b. 18 November 1932, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 22 October 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    SALOMON STOKVISCH, b. 07 May 1935, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 22 October 1943.

5.    JUDITH STOKVISCH, b. 04 October 1937, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 22 October 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

6.    ALIDA MARJANNA STOKVISCH, b. 16 April 1940, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 22 October 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

7.    BOB STOKVISCH, b. 27 December 1942, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 22 October 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ESTHER STOKVISCH was born 07 July 1910 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 08 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married ISAAC DE VRIES 26 March 1930 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of JOSEPH DE VRIES and NAATJE DE LANGE.  He was born 17 November 1909 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of ISAAC DE VRIES were JOSEPH DE VRIES born 13 February 1872 in Harlingen, Friesland, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married NAATJE DE LANGE 08 June 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 15 February 1874 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Joseph de Vries

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ISAAC DE VRIES:

Resided with family. February 1941: Blasiusstraat 123 a - III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Excavation worker.

 

Child of ESTHER STOKVISCH and ISAAC DE VRIES is:

 

1.    MORDECHAI DE VRIES, b. 18 February 1932, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 08 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JACOB  RABBIE was born 02 February 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married RACHEL ELZAS 03 September 1913 in Zaandam, Holland, daughter of GOMPEL ELZAS and VOGELTJE PRONT.  She was born 02 September 1892 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of  RACHEL ELZAS were GOMPEL ELZAS born 28 December 1866 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married VOGELTJE PRONT 27 May 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 08 November 1871 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

GOMPEL ELZAS:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Saffierstraat 89 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

JACOB RABBIE:

Resided with family, February 1941: Van Woustraat 227 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Cigar maker.

 

Children of JACOB RABBIE and RACHEL ELZAS are:

 

1.    JACOB JAAP RABBIE, b. 12 May 1915, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 05 July 1993, Amsterdam, Holland.

2.    GOMPEL RABBIE, b. 26 January 1917, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 September 1941, Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp, Mauthausen, Austria - Holocaust victim.

 

GOMPEL RABBIE:

Occupation: Shop assistant.

 

3.    FREDERIK RABBIE, b. 16 June 1918, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 February 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

FREDERIK RABBIE:

Occupation: Painter.

 

4.    HIJMAN HERMAN RABBIE, b. 14 March 1923, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1997, Arnhem, Holland.

5.    MOZES RABBIE, b. 13 January 1928, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ANNA RABBIE was born 27 June 1895 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 March 1987 in Haarlem, Holland.  She married SAMUEL KOSTER 13 September 1917 in Zaandam, Holland, son of ABRAHAM KOSTER and SARA AANDAGT.  He was born 01 January 1896 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 February 1944 in Masselwitz labour camp, Germany - Holocaust victim.

 

SAMUEL KOSTER:

Resided, February 1941: Havikslaan 26 bovenhuis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of ANNA RABBIE and SAMUEL KOSTER are:

 

1.    SARA (LIEN) KOSTER, b. 02 May 1919, Amsterdam, Holland.

2.    STELLA SARA KOSTER, b. 01 August 1920, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

FREDERIK FRITS RABBIE was born 23 February 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 May 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married JANSJE VAN STAVEREN 06 August 1919 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 11 January 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

FREDERIK FRITS RABBIE:

Occupation: Greengrocer.

 

JANSJE VAN STAVEREN:

Occupation: Greengrocer.

 

Child of FREDERIK RABBIE and JANSJE VAN STAVEREN is:

 

1.    JACOB RABBIE, b. 08 June 1920, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 May 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. ESTHER GROENTEMAN, 21 July 1942, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 12 May 1923, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JACOB RABBIE:

Occupation: Butcher.

 

ESTHER GROENTEMAN:

Resided, February 1941: Havikslaan 33 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Cutter.

 

MOZES DIKKE MAX RABBIE was born 01 September 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married LEA KRAAL 29 July 1920 in Zaandam, Holland, daughter of SIMON KRAAL and RIBCA FINSI.  She was born 04 September 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of LEA KRAAL were SIMON KRAAL born 27 September 1870 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 01 June 1939 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married RIBCA FINSI 08 August 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of SAMUEL FINSI and LEENTJE WERTHEIM.  She was born 22 February 1866 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 March 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Child of MOZES RABBIE and LEA KRAAL is:

 

1.    SARA RABBIE, b. 28 May 1924, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SARA RABBIE:

Occupation: Office volunteer.

 

SIMON RABBIE was born 06 June 1900 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married ESTHER ELZAS 28 September 1932 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of GOMPEL ELZAS and VOGELTJE PRONT.  She was born 04 March 1900 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 15 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON RABBIE:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Jan Lievensstraat 46 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant.

 

Child of SIMON RABBIE and ESTHER ELZAS is:

 

1.    JACOB RABBIE, b. 27 April 1935, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 April 1935, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

CELINA CROONENBERG was born 30 November 1911 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 11 June 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married MARCUS HAMEL 04 June 1936 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He was born 11 June 1909 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 06 September 1941 in Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp, Mauthausen, Austria - Holocaust victim  .

 

MARCUS HAMEL:

Resided with family, February 1941: Valkenburgerstraat 11 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Peddler.

 

Child of CELINA CROONENBERG and MARCUS HAMEL is:

 

1.    MARTIN BERNHARD HAMEL, b. 29 June 1937, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Martin Bernhard Hamel was deported to Sobibor in June 1943 from Vught via Westerbork on the so-called children's transport. He was 5 when he was murdered.

 

ARNOLD CROONENBERG was born 14 November 1912 in Antwerp, Belgium, and died 14 April 1945 in Buchenwald concentration camp, Ettersberg (Etter Mountain) Weimar, Germany - Holocaust victim.  He married JAANTJE LAGEMAN 25 October 1939 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 14 February 1918 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Wife survived the war.

 

ARNOLD CROONENBERG:

Resided: Kadijksplein 9 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Waiter.

 

JESAIA BENJAMIN LISSAUR was born 25 June 1903 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 April 1959 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married (1) MARIANNE AGSTERIBBE, daughter of ELIAS AGSTERIBBE and SAARTJE BARZELAY.  She was born 05 September 1912 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 15 September 1998 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married (2) ? BLUGRIND.    He married (3) ELISABETH CHARLOTTE BALLIN 16 March 1929 in Frankfort, Germany.  She was born 28 August 1908 in Glauham, Germany.

 

Child of JESAIA LISSAUR and ? BLUGRIND is:

 

1.    YVONNE LISSAUR.

 

Children of JESAIA LISSAUR and ELISABETH BALLIN are:

 

2.    ENGELINA MARGARETHA CARRY LISSAUR, b. 02 September 1930, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 June 1945, Landskrona, Sweden - Holocaust victim.

 

Engelina Margaretha Carry Lissaur (known as Ellien) was a pupil at the Montessori school De Wielewaal at Corellistraat 1 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was deported to Bergen-Belsen during the war. After the liberation of the camp she was taken to Malmö (Sweden) to recover. On 15 May 1945, Ellien Lissaur was taken to a temporary hospital in Landskrona. She died there as a result of her hardships suffered during the war. She was buried in Malmö. A plaque with the name of Engelina Margaretha Carry Lissaur has been put up at the Montessori school that she attended.

 

3.    EMANUEL LISSAUR.

 

REHUEL LOBATTO  was born 09 January 1911 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 04 May 1975.  He married (1) JANSJE VAN STAVEREN February 1940.  She was born 30 June 1912 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim. He married (2) ELISABETH AGSTERIBBE.  She was born  09 October 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 26 December 2000 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Parents of ELISABETH AGSTERIBBE were DAVID AGSTERIBBE born 23 April 1896 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married MARIANNA BRANDON 24 March 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 28 May 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 11 June 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

DAVID AGSTERIBBE:

Resided with family, February 1941: Ruyschstraat 60 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

Wife and 3 children were all murdered during the war.

 

JANSJE VAN STAVEREN:

Resided, February 1941: Molenbeekstraat 20 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ROZA CROONENBERG was born 19 January 1911 in Amsterdam, Holland. She married CHAIM WINAWER 20 March 1935 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of ABRAHAM WINAWER and CIWIA FINKSTEIN. He was born 25 July 1905 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

CHAIM WINAWER:

Resided with family, February 1941: Ruyschstraat 23 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Chaim Winawer and wife, Roza Croonenberg survived the war.

 

Children of ROZA CROONENBERG and CHAIM WINAWER are:

 

1.    CIWIA WINAWER, b. 02 January 1936, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    ALEXANDER WINAWER, b. 22 February 1938, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ISAAC ALEXANDER CROONENBERG was born 02 September 1913 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 03 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married MARIANNA SAFFIA ITALIAANDER 21 December 1938 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 11 December 1914 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ISAAC ALEXANDER CROONENBERG:

Resided with family, February 1941: Nieuwe Prinsengracht 52 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond polisher.

 

Children of ISAAC CROONENBERG and MARIANNA ITALIAANDER are:

 

1.    MAURICE CROONENBERG, b. 22 July 1939, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    ALEXANDER CROONENBERG, b. 17 August 1941, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARCUS DE JONG was born 20 June 1915 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 07 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married ROOSJE DE GROOT 15 April 1942 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of JOSEPH DE GROOT and KEETJE PRONT.  She was born 05 February 1922 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 07 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of  ROOSJE DE GROOT were JOSEPH DE GROOT born 17 September 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 20 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married KEETJE PRONT 12 May 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 25 January 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 20 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JOSEPH DE GROOT:

Resided with family, February 1941: Ben Viljoenstraat 17 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Peddler.

 

MARCUS DE JONG:

Occupation: Smith & fitter,

 

ROOSJE DE GROOT:

Occupation: Seamstress.

 

Child of MARCUS DE JONG and ROOSJE DE GROOT is:

 

1.    RENEÉ DE JONG, b. 06 March 1943, Westerbork transit camp, Drenthe, Holland; d. 14 April 1943, Westerbork transit camp, Drenthe, Holland – Holocaust victim.

 

Renee de Jong, daughter of Marcus de Jong and Roosje de Groot, was born on 6 March 1943 in Westerbork transit camp and she died there on 14 April 1943. She was cremated on 15 April 1943. The urn with her ashes was placed at the Jewish cemetery in Diemen on field U, row 3, grave nr. 5.

 

AÄRON BLITZ was born 16 February 1916 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 02 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married JANSJE HEKSTER, daughter of ALEXANDER HEKSTER and EVA PAIS.  She was born 16 October 1916 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 02 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

AÄRON BLITZ:

Resided with family, February 1941: Borssenburgstraat 11 bovenhuis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Radio operator.

    

Child of AÄRON BLITZ and JANSJE HEKSTER is:

 

1.    ANKA BLITZ, b. 26 October 1941, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 02 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Anka Blitz was deported to Sobibor in June 1943 from Vught via Westerbork on the so-called children's transport. She was 1 year old when she died.

 

HIJMAN WAAS was born 01 March 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 December 1942 in Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp, Mauthausen, Austria - Holocaust victim.  He married SELIEN KOPERBERG, daughter of PHILIP KOPERBERG and MIETJE PRINS.  She was born 11 September 1921 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

HIJMAN WAAS:

Occupation: Sales representative.

    

LION WAAS was born 20 March 1921 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 November 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married ANNIE GRISHAAVER 01 April 1942 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of JOZEF GRISHAAVER and REBEKKA DE LEEUWE.  She was born 01 September 1923 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of ANNIE GRISHAAVER were JOZEF GRISHAAVER born 03 May 1900 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 March 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married REBEKKA DE LEEUWE 22 December 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 19 January 1902 in Zwolle, Overijssel, Holland, and died 21 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JOZEF GRISHAAVER:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Reitzstraat 39 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Belonging to: Jozef Grishaaver and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 17 July 1942:

 

Room: Floor cloth, Carpet, Table, chair (4), armchair (3), lace curtain (3), drape (2), mirror, clock, sofa, flower table, sideboard. Bedroom:

Floor cloth, Mat, wall cupboard with tea set, bed with bedding, cupboard with books, chair (2), hanging lamp, lace curtain (2), drape.

Area unknown: Floor cloth, Mat, bed with bedding, chair (2), hanging lamp, lace curtain and drape (2), wall cupboard with clothing.

Kitchen: Floor cloth, Runner, mat (5), table with cloth, chair (2), gas ring, ceiling lamp, kitchen cupboard. Corridor: Floor cloth, runner (2),

mat, ceiling lamp, wall cupboard with clothing.

 

LION WAAS:

Resided with family, March 1943: Reitzstraat 39 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Furniture maker.

 

More About ANNIE GRISHAAVER:

Occupation: Seamstress

 

Child of LION WAAS and ANNIE GRISHAAVER is:

 

1.    HERMAN WAAS, b. 26 March 1943, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON HEKSTER was born 30 July 1910 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 11 June 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married ALIDA DE BRAVE, daughter of LEVIE DE BRAVE and NAATJE PEPER.  She was born 01 September 1909 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

            

   Simon Hekster                               Alida de Brave

 

Parents of ALIDA DE BRAVE were LEVIE DE BRAVE born 24 October 1879 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 04 June 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married NAATJE PEPER 26 August 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 18 October 1878 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 04 June 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

LEVIE DE BRAVE:

Resided with family, February 1941: Transvaalstraat 54 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

SIMON HEKSTER:

Resided with family, February 1941: Christiaan de Wetstraat 36 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

    

Child of SIMON HEKSTER and ALIDA DE BRAVE is:

 

1.    JUDITH HEKSTER, b. 17 May 1937, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Judith Hekster

 

Judith Hekster was deported to Sobibor in June 1943 from Vught via Westerbork on the so-called children's transport. She was 6 when she died.

 

ABRAHAM HEKSTER was born 31 March 1912 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married HENRIETTE SANDERS 05 September 1934 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of BENJAMIN SANDERS and JUDITH QUERIDO.  She was born 01 November 1911 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 26 July 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of HENRIETTE SANDERS were BENJAMIN SANDERS born 24 June 1879 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married JUDITH QUERIDO 21 March 1906 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 14 July 1874 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

BENJAMIN SANDERS:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Saffierstraat 35 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

BRAHAM HEKSTER:

Resided with family, February 1941: Diamantstraat 51 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ABRAHAM HEKSTER:

Occupation: Waiter

 

Child of ABRAHAM HEKSTER and HENRIETTE SANDERS is:

 

 1.    JUDITH HEKSTER, b. 14 October 1936, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 26 July 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

SARA (STELLA) CUNE was born 22 September 1907 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 03 September 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim. She married MAURITS MOSCOVITER 03 October 1934 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of SALOMON MOSCOVITER and AALTJE MOSCOVITER.  He was born 27 February 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 10 April 1972 in Amsterdam, Holland.

JACOB CUNE was born 03 September 1908 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married (1) ELISABETH MULDER 17 December 1930 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of JOSEPH MULDER and SIPPORA PREMSELER.  She was born 13 June 1911 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married (2) ENGELINA LIMBURG 28 December 1938 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of NATHAN LIMBURG and HENRIETTE LEVIE.  She was born 21 February 1917 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

Parents of ELISABETH MULDER were JOSEPH MULDER born 20 July 1876 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SIPPORA PREMSELER 18 June 1903 in Weesp, Holland.  She was born 20 September 1876 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

JOSEPH MULDER:

Resided with wife, February 1941: 's Gravesandestraat 28 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

JACOB CUNE:

Divorced: Elisabeth Mulder

 

ELISABETH MULDER:

Occupation: Hairdresser.

 

Children of JACOB CUNE and ELISABETH MULDER are:

 

1.    WOLF CUNE, b. 22 May 1931, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 02 August 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    JOSEPH CUNE, b. 13 July 1932, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 02 August 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

Children of JACOB CUNE and ENGELINA LIMBURG are:

!.    ANDRIES CUNE, b. 15 June 1939, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    REBECCA HENRIETTE CUNE, b. 03 September 1940, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Engelina Limburg had a child, father unknown:

Jacob Limburg, Amsterdam, 18 April 1938 - Sobibor, 9 April 1943 - Holocaust victim.

 

JACOB STOKVISCH  was born 17 May 1914 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SIMA SOLOMON.  She was born 06 July 1911 in Târgu Ocna, Bacau County, Romania, and died 23 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JACOB STOKVISCH:

Resided with family, February 1941: Plantage Franschelaan 27 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Tailor

    

Child of JACOB STOKVISCH and SIMA SOLOMON is:

 

1.    LEO STOKVISCH, b. 04 August 1941, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Sassienie Family Tree


Kreveld, Bonn and associated families

 

DINA BONN  was born 20 May 1837 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 22 June 1906 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She married MEIJER VAN KREVELD 07 September 1860 in Hoorn, Holland, son of BENJAMIN VAN KREVELD and BETJE POLAK. He was born 10 March 1830 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 26 July 1913 in Amsterdam, Holland.

How are you related to Dina Bonn?

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Meijer van Kreveld married (1) BETJE  BOSMAN 08 September 1854 in Hoorn, Holland.  She was born 26 March 1830, and died 28 March 1860.  He married (2) DINA SIMON BONN 07 September 1860 in Hoorn, Holland, daughter of SIMON BONN and AALTJE RUBENS.  She was born 20 May 1837 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 22 June 1906 in Amsterdam, Holland. Surname van Kreveld sometimes spelt as: van Creveld.

 

Children of DINA BONN and MEIJER VAN KREVELD are:

 

1.    ALTJE VAN KREVELD, b. 30 July 1861, Hoorn, Holland; d. 19 February 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    MARIANNE VAN KREVELD, b. 10 October 1862, Hoorn, Holland; m. JACOB SNIJDERS, 05 November 1891, Enkhuizen, Holland; d. 13 January 1911.

3.    BENJAMIN VAN KREVELD, b. 23 December 1863, Hoorn, Holland; d. 11 February 1868, Hoorn, Holland.

4.    SIMON VAN KREVELD, b. 22 May 1866, Hoorn, Holland; d. 01 February 1930, Amsterdam, Holland.

5.    VROUWTJE VAN KREVELD, b. 03 September 1867, Hoorn, Holland; d. 14 January 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

6.    JOZEF VAN KREVELD, b. 13 November 1868, Hoorn, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

7.    MOZES VAN KREVELD, b. 12 March 1870, Hoorn, Holland; d. 02 September 1870, Hoorn, Holland.

8.    NAATJE VAN KREVELD, b. 13 May 1871, Hoorn, Holland; d. 21 July 1939, Apeldoorn, Holland.

9.    IZAAK VAN KREVELD, b. 14 December 1872, Hoorn, Holland; d. 16 November 1873, Hoorn, Holland.

10.   MARCUS MEIJER VAN KREVELD, b. 21 February 1874, Hoorn, Holland; d. 11 December 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

11.   MOZES VAN KREVELD, b. 30 September 1875, Hoorn, Holland; d. 28 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

12.   ROZETTA VAN KREVELD, b. 05 March 1877, Hoorn, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

13.   BETJE VAN KREVELD, b. 14 May 1878, Hoorn, Holland; d. 12 February 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. JOSEPH BLITS, 03 May 1919, Zandvoort, Holland; b. 31 August 1866, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 06 January 1929, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

BETJE VAN KREVELD:

Resided, February 1941: Swammerdamstraat 25 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

14.   BENJAMIN VAN KREVELD, b. 02 July 1879, Hoorn, Holland; d. 04 May 1881, Hoorn, Holland.

15.   DAVID VAN KREVELD, b. 16 July 1881, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 07 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Betje (Boelie) Bonn was born 14 October 1838 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 22 May 1905 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She married ZACHARIAS (JISSACHAR) NERDEN 10 April 1861 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of PHILIP NERDEN and VROUWTJE DE TULP.  He was born 29 June 1831 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 March 1903 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of BETJE BONN and ZACHARIAS NERDEN are:

 

1.    VROUWTJE NERDEN, b. 14 February 1862, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 June 1941, Amsterdam, Holland.

2.    SIMON NERDEN, b. 27 April 1863, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 November 1936, Amsterdam, Holland.

3.    REBECCA NERDEN, b. 26 September 1864, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 January 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    PHILIP NERDEN, b. 01 March 1866, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 October 1934, Amsterdam, Holland.

5.    JOSEPH NERDEN, b. 17 May 1867, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 14 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

6.    ELIASER PHILIP NERDEN, b. 27 November 1868, Amsterdam, Holland.

7.    ALIDA NERDEN, b. 14 March 1871, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 26 May 1903, Amsterdam, Holland.

8.    MARCUS NERDEN, b. 03 May 1872, Amsterdam, Holland.

9.    SARA NERDEN, b. 05 February 1874, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 25 October 1905, Amsterdam, Holland.

10.  DAVID NERDEN, b. 09 August 1875, Amsterdam, Holland.

11.  JANSJE NERDEN, b. 27 January 1877, Amsterdam, Holland.

12.  DINA NERDEN, b. 27 May 1878, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

13.  ROZA (ROSETTE) NERDEN, b. 09 May 1880, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 01 January 1918, Amsterdam, Holland.

14.  ESTHER NERDEN, b. 21 May 1881, Amsterdam, Holland.

15.  JANSJE NERDEN, b. 02 April 1884, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 14 May 1940, Amsterdam, Holland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARCUS BONN was born 16 December 1841 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 November 1921 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married CATHARINA SPIJER 14 June 1865 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of LEVIE SPIJER and SOPHIA POP.  She was born 02 March 1843 in Antwerp, Vlaams Gewest, Belgium.

 

MARCUS BONN:

Occupation: Diamond polisher.

Burial: 30 November 1921, Muiderberg Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Holland

 

Children of MARCUS BONN and CATHARINA SPIJER are:

 

1.    SOPHIA BONN, b. 17 June 1872, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.   SIMON BONN, b. 02 May 1874, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 September 1942, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. ESTHER DE METZ, 16 June 1920, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 31 August 1876, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON BONN:

Resided with wife February 1941: Tilanusstraat 74 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Messenger.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for : - securities or bonds. (W-claim, number Osp13/202) - valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 1307/7035)

 

3.    AALTJE BONN, b. 04 November 1875, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 September 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    LEVIE BONN, b. 05 March 1878, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 April 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    JOSEPH BONN, b. 18 February 1879, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 27 September 1942, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

6.    SALOMON BONN, b. 05 February 1881, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 14 August 1930, Amsterdam, Holland.

7.    DAVID BONN, b. 14 January 1882, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

8.    MARIANNA BONN, b. 30 September 1884, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 31 August 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARIANNA BONN was born 24 January 1848 in Alkmaar, Holland, and died 04 August 1918 in Alkmaar, Holland.  She married JOSEPH TRIJBETZ 19 March 1879 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of LEVIE TRIJBETZ and DINA TROMPETTER.  He was born 01 September 1853 in Alkmaar, Holland, and died 17 December 1927 in Alkmaar, Holland.

 

Children of MARIANNA BONN and JOSEPH TRIJBETZ are:

 

1.    LEVIE TRIJBETZ, b. 20 May 1881, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 16 September 1953, Alkmaar, Holland.

2.    SIMON TRIJBETZ, b. 27 May 1882, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 23 April 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    ALIDA ALI TRIJBETZ, b. 26 May 1883, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 11 December 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. HARTOG HUISMAN, 06 June 1923, Alkmaar Holland; b. 13 July 1876, Zuidbroek, Groningen, Menterwolde, Holland; d. 11 December 1942, Auschwitz III, aka Monowitz concentration camp, Oswiecim Poland – Holocaust victim.

 

HARTOG HUISMAN:

Resided with family, April 1942: Drebbelstraat 47, Den Haag, Holland.

 

4.    MARCUS TRIJBETZ, b. 26 May 1883, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 28 February 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    ABRAHAM TRIJBETZ, b. 29 October 1884, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 01 November 1884, Alkmaar, Holland.

6.    DAVID TRIJBETZ, b. 15 October 1885, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

7.    DINA TRIJBETZ, b. 08 March 1887, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 19 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

8.    GRIETJE TRIJBETZ, b. 03 May 1888, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 10 September 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

BAREND BONN was born 13 April 1855 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 13 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SARA PRESO 04 July 1883 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 06 July 1855 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 May 1929 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

BAREND BONN:

Resided, February 1941: Nederlands-Israëlitisch Oude Mannen- en Vrouwenhuis, Nieuwe Kerkstraat 135, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

The Nederlands-Israëlitisch Oude Mannen- en Vrouwenhuis (Dutch-Jewish home for elderly men and women) opened in 1833. On 3 March 1943 the Nazis empted the house and deported all residents.

 

Children of BAREND BONN and SARA PRESO are:

 

1.    BLOEME BONN, b. 21 March 1885, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 02 April 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. SIMON KERKMEESTER, 27 April 1911, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

BLOEME BONN:

Resided: Pieter Aertszstraat 28 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

2.    SIMON BONN, b. 15 May 1886, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 07 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    ISRAEL BONN, b. 27 April 1888, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 10 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    ALIDA BONN, b. 13 September 1889, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 25 January 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ALIDA BONN:

Resided, 1942: Centraal Israëlitisch Krankzinnigengesticht Het Apeldoornse Bos, Zutphensestraat 106, Apeldoorn, Holland.

 

Apeldoornse Bos:

 

Jewish psychiatric institution. From 1909 onward, Jewish psychiatric patients received the most advanced treatment here amid the surroundings of the Apeldoorn forest. The Apeldoornse Bos expanded rapidly and had 900 patients by 1938. In the night of 21 to 22 January 1943 the Apeldoornse Bos was ’emptied‘. Patients and nurses were sent to Auschwitz, where almost everybody was killed immediately upon arrival.

 

5.    DANIEL BONN, b. 08 June 1891, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

6.    DENISS BONN, b. 13 November 1892, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 07 April 1893, Amsterdam, Holland.

7.    DUIFJE BONN, b. 09 May 1894, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

8.    VOGELTJE BONN, b. 24 March 1897, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

RACHEL BONN was born 14 August 1859 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 April 1927 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She married ISAAC VAN KREVELD 13 April 1888 in Hoorn, IJsselmeer, Holland, son of JACOB VAN KREVELD and GUURTJE REENS.  He was born 23 February 1862 in Hoorn, IJsselmeer, Holland, and died 28 January 1897 in Hoorn, IJsselmeer, Holland.

 

Child of RACHEL BONN and ISAAC VAN KREVELD is:

 

1.    SIMON VAN KREVELD, b. 17 September 1890, Hoorn, IJsselmeer, Holland; d. 28 May 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ZADOK BONN was born 06 February 1862 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married ROSETTE BOS 06 March 1884 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 18 August 1861 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ZADOK BONN:

Occupation: Diamond polisher.

 

Children of ZADOK BONN and ROSETTE BOS are:

 

1.    ALIDA BONN, b. 20 February 1885, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 08 June 1959, Beth Hashita, Israël.

2.    ANNA BONN, b. 24 November 1887, Amsterdam, Holland.

3.    HENRIETTE (JET) BONN, b. 11 January 1889, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

HENRIETTE (JET) BONN:

Resided: Plantage Muidergracht 79 boven, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Schoolteacher.

 

On 28 July 1928 Henriette Bonn was registered on Transvaalplein 19 boven, coming from Transvaalstraat 88 I.

 

Henriette (Jet) Bonn and her female friend were active members of the KGOB (a youth group for teetotalers). They had fun but also spent hours discussing their idealistic visions of a better world. In later years the friend’s children knew Henriette Bonn as ‘Tante Jet’ (Aunt Jet).

 

4.    ISIDORE BONN, b. 24 December 1890, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    GERARDINA BONN, b. 21 April 1895, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

GERARDINA BONN:

Resided: Sarphatistraat 72 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Civil servant.

 

6.    BETSY BONN, b. 03 October 1897, Amsterdam, Holland.

7.    JEANNE BONN, b. 12 September 1901, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Jeanne Bonn was liberated from Bergen Belsen Concentration camp and survived the war.

 

The camp of Bergen Belsen, situated in lower Saxony in Germany, was set up in 1940 for prisoners of war (POW). In 1942 it became a concentration camp in which life conditions grew worse day by day as it was placed under the command of the SS. At first, Jews with foreign nationality such as British, American, etc. were kept there to be exchanged with German POW but life of the internees became extremely hard. Although extermination was not systematic- there was no gas chamber nor crematorium- some 60,000 persons perished there from mistreatment, typhus epidemic, malnutrition, and other causes.

 

AALTJE VAN KREVELD was born 30 July 1861 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 19 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married MARCUS VAN DER KOP 13 November 1892 in Alkmaar, Holland, son of SALOMON KOP and ESTER VAN OS. 

 

AALTJE VAN KREVELD:

Resided: Verdronkenoord 23, Alkmaar, Holland.

 

Children of AALTJE VAN KREVELD and MARCUS KOP are:

 

1.    SALOMON VAN DER KOP, b. 19 September 1893, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 30 April 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. ROSA GLASER, 28 April 1927, Alkmaar, Holland; b. 07 October 1900, Doetinchem, Gelderland, Achterhoek, Holland; d. 13 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SALOMON VAN DER KOP:

Resided with wife, March 1942: Lyceumstraat 60, Alkmaar, Holland.

Occupation: Rag and bone man.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 6663/22676).

 

2.    JUDITH VAN DER KOP, b. 07 December 1899, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 21 May 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON VAN KREVELD was born 22 May 1866 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 01 February 1930 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married REBECCA NERDEN 26 January 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of ZACHARIAS NERDEN and BETJE BONN.  She was born 26 September 1864 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

REBECCA NERDEN:

Resided: Jekerstraat 7 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of SIMON VAN KREVELD and REBECCA NERDEN are:

 

1.    MEIJER VAN KREVELD, b. 12 July 1891, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 13 July 1952, Hilversum, t Gooi, Holland; m. JEANNETTE WIJNBERG, 10 May 1917, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 17 September 1886, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 July 1952, Hilversum, t Gooi, Holland.

2.    ZACHARIAS DAVID VAN KREVELD, b. 1893, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 22 August 1897, Amsterdam, Holland.

3.    JACOB VAN KREVELD, b. 15 August 1894, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 October 1894, Amsterdam, Holland.

4.    MARCUS VAN KREVELD, b. 1899, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 May 1957, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

VROUWTJE VAN KREVELD was born 03 September 1867 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 14 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married MARCUS DEEN. 

 

VROUWTJE VAN KREVELD:

Resided 1942: Tehuis voor Israëlitische Oude Lieden, (Jewish home for the  elderly) Markt 5, Arnhem, Holland.

 

The Jewish home for the elderly Beth Mikloth Lezikno was established during the nineteenth century. On 10 December 1942, 75 elderly people were deported from the home to Westerbork.

    

Children of VROUWTJE VAN KREVELD and MARCUS DEEN are:

 

1.    WILLEM DEEN, b. 29 December 1893, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    DINA DEEN, b. 04 April 1900, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 27 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JOZEF VAN KREVELD was born 13 November 1868 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married (1) ALIDA NERDEN 23 September 1897, daughter of ZACHARIAS NERDEN and BETJE BONN.  She was born 14 March 1871 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 26 May 1903 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married (2) EVA BOLLE 18 November 1903 in Zaandam, Holland, daughter of BERNARDUS BOLLE and REGINA PIJE.  She was born 29 August 1869 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

EVA BOLLE:

Resided: Koningsstraat 23, Hilversum, Holland.

 

Child of JOZEF VAN KREVELD and ALIDA NERDEN is:

 

1.    MEIJER VAN KREVELD, b. 02 September 1904, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 29 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

NAATJE VAN KREVELD was born 13 May 1871 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 21 July 1939 in Apeldoorn, Holland.  She married LEVIE (JEHOEDAH) KORNALIJNSLIJPER 04 March 1903 in Amsterdam, Holland - Marriage bann: 05 February 1903, Amsterdam, Holland, son of SALOMON (ZADOK and ESTHER WOUDHUIJSEN.  He was born 12 May 1872 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 25 July 1935 in Enkhuizen, Holland.

 

NAATJE VAN KREVELD:

Burial: op de Joodse Begraafplaats te Enkhuizen.

 

LEVIE (JEHOEDAH) KORNALIJNSLIJPER:

Occupation: electrical technician.

Burial: op de Joodse Begraafplaats te Enkhuizen.

 

Children of NAATJE VAN KREVELD and LEVIE KORNALIJNSLIJPER are:

 

1.    SALOMON (SAM) KORNALIJNSLIJPER, b. 18 August 1903, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 August 1980, Stede Broec, Holland.

2.    MEIJER KORNALIJNSLIJPER, b. 04 November 1904, Enkhuizen, Holland; d. 16 February 1971, Enkhuizen, Holland.

3.    DINA (DIEN) KORNALIJNSLIJPER, b. 22 March 1908, Enkhuizen, Holland; d. 05 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARCUS MEIJER VAN KREVELD was born 21 February 1874 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 11 December 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married FIJTJE WAGENAAR 22 February 1899 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 22 August 1870 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 11 December 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARCUS MEIJER VAN KREVELD:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Plantage Muidergracht 27 bovenhuis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Child of MARCUS VAN KREVELD and FIJTJE WAGENAAR is:

 

1.    JOACHIM BENJAMIN VAN KREVELD, b. 04 April 1907, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 January 1945, Sachsenhausen - Oranienburg, concentration camp, Germany  - Holocaust victim.

 

MOZES VAN KREVELD was born 30 September 1875 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 28 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married HEINTJE DE SMITT 17 February 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 02 June 1873 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 May 1941 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

MOZES VAN KREVELD:

Resided, February 1941: Jozef Israëlskade 129 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Child of MOZES VAN KREVELD and HEINTJE DE SMITT is:

 

1.    DINA VAN KREVELD, b. 18 November 1898, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 26 August 1979; m. GERARD W ETTY; b. 19 August 1913; d. 23 August 1975, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ROZETTA VAN KREVELD was born 05 March 1877 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married PINEHAS POLAK 25 November 1898 in Hoorn, Holland, son of HIJMAN POLAK and ROZETTE BOSMAN.  He was born 25 November 1874 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

PINEHAS POLAK:

Resided with family, June 1941: Bankastraat 9, Amersfoort, Holland.

 

Children of ROZETTA VAN KREVELD and PINEHAS POLAK are:

 

1.    HIJMAN POLAK, b. 07 February 1900, Hoorn, Holland; d. 11 November 1942, Annaberg concentration camp, Annaberg, Germany.

2.    BENJAMIN POLAK, b. 24 July 1902, Hoorn, Holland; d. 18 May 1988, The Hague, Holland.

3.    DINA POLAK, b. 19 May 1901, Hoorn, Holland; d. 26 April 2000, Amsterdam, Holland; m. WILLIAM VAN DER SCHOOT.

4.    SARA POLAK, b. 15 November 1911, Hoorn, Holland; d. 01 January 2000, Amsterdam, Holland.

5.    MEIJER (MAX) POLAK, b. 02 August 1913, Hoorn, Holland; d. 26 May 1975, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

DAVID VAN KREVELD was born 16 July 1881 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 07 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married KEETJE TROOSTWIJK 20 June 1907 in Zaandam, Holland, daughter of ABRAHAM TROOSTWIJK and ABIGAEL BARENTZ.  She was born 17 April 1882 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 07 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

DAVID VAN KREVELD:

Resided with family: Merwedekade 252, Utrecht, Holland.

 

Child of DAVID VAN KREVELD and KEETJE TROOSTWIJK is:

 

1.    ARNOLD VAN KREVELD, b. 04 May 1909, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 June 1992, Baarn, Utrecht, Holland.

 

VROUWTJE NERDEN was born 14 February 1862 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 June 1941 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She married LEVI PARSSER 12 March 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MEIJER PARSSER and FIJTJE DEEN.  He was born 01 March 1866 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 October 1934 in Amsterdam, Holland.

Het Joodsche Weekblad – June 27, 1941

 

The Dutch Jewish newspaper, Het Joodsche Weekblad, became under the control of the Nazi authorities during WW2 in German occupied Holland and became known as the Jew Cull Weekly.

 

Children of VROUWTJE NERDEN and LEVI PARSSER are:

 

1.    FIJTJE  PARSSER, b. 02 January 1891, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 29 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    ELISABETH PARSSER, b. 11 May 1892, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. JACOB RUDOLPH MANASSE, 27 May 1925, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 05 June 1879, Renkum, Stadsregio Arnhem-Nijmegen, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JACOB RUDOLPH MANASSE:

Resided with wife and mother in law, February 1941: Hemonystraat 44 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Chemist.

Divorced: 28 October 1915, Diena Sternfeld.

 

SIMON NERDEN was born 27 April 1863 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 November 1936 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married RACHEL VIEIJRA 12 June 1884 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of DAVID VIEIJRA and JOHANNA VAN ZUIDEN.  She was born 29 March 1859 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 September 1941 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

RACHEL VIEIJRA:

Burial: 30 September 1941, Muiderberg Cemetery, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of SIMON NERDEN and RACHEL VIEIJRA are:

 

1.    ELIZABETH NERDEN, b. 06 April 1885, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. JOSEPH VAN PRAAG, 06 January 1932, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 08 April 1878, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ELIZABETH NERDEN:

Occupation: Children's nutrition supervisor.

 

According to a list with shops of Jewish owners, compiled by the Amsterdam police in 1940, this family had a tobacco products shop, address: Roetersstraat 15 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

2.    DAVID SIMON NERDEN, b. 18 December 1886, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 January 1937, Amsterdam, Holland.

3.    HENRIETTE NERDEN, b. 15 July 1888, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

HENRIETTE NERDEN:

Resided: Hotel 'Hiegentlich, Nieuwe Hoogstraat 9 - 11, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

Hotel 'Hiegentlich' was run by the brothers Hermann and Coenraad Hiegentlich, who both lived at the same address.

 

4.    FREDERIKA NERDEN, b. 01 August 1890, Amsterdam, Holland.

5.    MAX (MORDECHAI) NERDEN, b. 1893, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 1972.

6.    ALIDA NERDEN, b. 08 April 1896, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 May 1896, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

REBECCA NERDEN was born 26 September 1864 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married SIMON VAN KREVELD 26 January 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MEIJER VAN KREVELD and DINA BONN.  He was born 22 May 1866 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 01 February 1930 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

REBECCA NERDEN:

Resided: Jekerstraat 7 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children are listed above under Simon van Kreveld, born 22 May 1866.

 

PHILIP NERDEN was born 01 March 1866 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 October 1934 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married ESTHER BARKLOO. 

    

Children of PHILIP NERDEN and ESTHER BARKLOO are:

 

1.    FREDERIKA NERDEN, b. 04 March 1891, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 December 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. EMANUEL KOMKOMMER, 1925, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 03 February 1899, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 11 December 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

EMANUEL KOMKOMMER:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Waalstraat 24 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant.

 

2.    REBECCA NERDEN, b. 02 April 1894, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 10 September 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

3.    ALIDA NERDEN, b. 17 May 1896, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 26 March 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JOSEPH NERDEN was born 17 May 1867 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married MARIANNE VILBACH 14 November 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of NATHAN VILBACH and RACHEL AARDEWERK. She was born 04 July 1866 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 15 April 1943 in Westerbork transit camp, Drenthe, Holland – Holocaust victim.

 

JOSEPH NERDEN:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Magersfonteinstraat 7 h, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Joseph Nerden and Marianne Vilbach had four children of whom two died young. The other two children were Elisabeth and Zacharias.

 

Marianne Vilbach died on 15 April 1943 in Westerbork transit camp and she was cremated on 19 April 1943. The urn with her ashes was placed in the Jewish cemetery at Muiderberg.

    

Children of JOSEPH NERDEN and MARIANNE VILBACH are:

 

1.    ELISABETH NERDEN, b. 24 June 1892, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    ZACHARIAS NERDEN, b. 15 August 1894, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 06 August 1942, Amsterdam, Holland - Holocaust victim.

 

ZACHARIAS NERDEN:

Resided: Pretoriusstraat 40 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sales representative.

Described as having a very good marriage. He had no children, wife survived the war.

 

Under pressure of circumstances, Zacharias Nerden took his own life.

 

ALIDA NERDEN was born 14 March 1871 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 26 May 1903 in Amsterdam, Holland. She married JOZEF VAN KREVELD 23 September 1897, son of MEIJER VAN KREVELD and DINA BONN. He was born 13 November 1868 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

DINA NERDEN was born 27 May 1878 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married JUDAH EMMERING 26 August 1909 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of SIMON EMMERING and KAATJE VAN BROEK.  He was born 1879 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 September 1934 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

DINA NERDEN:

Resided with son, February 1941: Amsteldijk 106 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

JUDAH EMMERING:

Occupation: Book seller.

 

Until 1941, the Dutch book trade was driven primarily by Jewish booksellers. Among them were well-known names such as: Barend Boekman (1869-1942), Emanuel de Wolff (1867-1934), Judah Emmering (1879-1934), David Block (1821-1904), Jacob Mossel (1852-1916), Mordechai "Markie "Lobo (1826-1899), the Van Kollems and Barend Frank (1869-1943). After 1941, during the German Nazi occupation of Holland, Jewish traders gradually found it impossible to continue their trade. Most were transported to Westerbork and were later murdered in the German concentration camps. Only Betsy and Jacques Kollem survived the war and came back a few years later to the gate. Other Jewish owned shops in the area fell into other hands, during and after the war.

 

Child of DINA NERDEN and JUDAH EMMERING is:

 

1.    ALBERT EMMERING, b. 04 August 1919, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 February 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

The mayor of Winterswijk requested that Albert Emmering, a teacher residing at 29 Meddoschestraat in Winterswijk, be located, detained and brought to trial. He had left his place of residence without the required authorization. This description referred to Jews who had gone into hiding. The identifying characteristics provided were: 'about 5'7" tall, wavy blond hair parted down the middle, normal build, sometimes wears spectacles.'

Algemeen Politieblad, nr 36, 10 September 1942, 1020, notice 1804.

 

JANSJE NERDEN was born 02 April 1884 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 May 1940 in Amsterdam, Holland - Holocaust victim.  She married EMANUEL BOEKMAN 06 June 1918 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MAURITS BOEKMAN and HEINTJE PEEREBOOM.  He was born 15 August 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 May 1940 in Amsterdam, Holland - Holocaust victim.

 

JANSJE NERDEN:

Cause of Death: Suicide.

 

EMANUEL BOEKMAN:

 

Emanuel Boekman became a typographer straight after primary school. He was chairman of the Association for Young Typographers. Shortly afterwards, Emanuel Boekman became a member of the management committee of the Social Democratic Workers Party (SDAP). In 1921, he became a member of Amsterdam town council for the SDAP. In 1931, he followed up Eduard Polak as elderman for Education and Art in Amsterdam. He occupied the post until 1933 and later again during the period of 1935-1939.

 

 

Emanuel Boekman was a member of the 'Poale Zion' and he was regular staff member of Het Joodsche Weekblad 'De Vrijdagavond'. He published many articles of a social, economic, demographic and statistical nature. In 1936 he published the ground-breaking work Demografie van de joden in Nederland. He was very involved with the social needs of the Jewish proletariat in Amsterdam, particularly the status of the Jewish street vendors.

 

In 1939, Emanuel Boekman obtained his doctoral degree with the thesis 'Government and art in the Netherlands'. This book was and is very important for culture policy in The Netherlands.

 

On the 6th June 1918 Emanuel Boekman married Jansje Nerden in Amsterdam. After the German invasion, Emanuel Boekman and his wife took their own lives. They were buried on the Jewish cemetery in Diemen.

     

 

       Emanuel Boekman

 

Child of JANSJE NERDEN and EMANUEL BOEKMAN is:

 

1.    HENNY ELISABETH BOEKMAN, b. 04 November 1919, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 13 August 1991, Bethesda, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA.

 

SOPHIA BONN was born 17 June 1872 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married LEONARD COK 03 February 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MACHIEL COK and REBECCA VELLEMAN.  He was born 03 April 1875 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 24 December 1940 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

LEONARD COK:

Resided: Colensostraat 4 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond polisher.

 

Children of SOPHIA BONN and LEONARD COK are:

 

1.    REBECCA COK, b. 20 June 1898, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    CATHARINA COK, b. 28 October 1899, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 05 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

AALTJE BONN was born 04 November 1875 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 September 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married ISAAC DE VRIES 07 August 1901 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He was born 30 November 1872 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 January 1943 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ISAAC DE VRIES:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Van Baerlestraat 140 bovenhuis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 12440/9912).

 

Child of AALTJE BONN and ISAAC DE VRIES is:

 

 1.    MARCUS DE VRIES, m. RACHELLE OLMAN, 21 December 1932, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

LEVIE BONN was born 05 March 1878 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married HANNA DIAMANT 27 June 1907 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of JOZEF DIAMANT and SARA ZELDENRUST.  She was born 03 February 1877 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

LEVIE BONN:

Resided with family, February 01, 1941: Lomanstraat 28 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sales representative.

 

In a telegram to a relative, Levie Bonn wrote:

 

'Dear everybody,

As you know, it has happened. I am at the Schouwburg. Could you send me a cap and a hat for auntie. God bless you. Talk about other things with Mr. Rubens. Regards.'

Jewish families held captive in deplorable conditions  

at the Hollandse Schouwburg theatre waiting for deportation

Click on photo for details

 

Levie Bonn was a diamond worker. The last address of the family Bonn was Paardenkraalstraat 2 III. After his arrival at Westerbork, Levie Bonn could write one postcard to a relative. He writes: ‘We are allowed to write once in two weeks, so this is the first one. We may receive without limits. About our experiences here we will write later. They are of interest although I hope you will never have to experience these things’.

The postcard is dated 15 April 1943.

 

Letters and documents pertaining to the Levie Bonn family while interned at the Westerbork transit camp:

 

Card to Levie Bonn from his family

Letter from Levie Bonn from Westerbork

Document about a package sent to Levie Bonn in Westerbork. On the reverse side there is written that it could not be delivered because Levie had departed

                   

Report of goods from Levie Bonn housed somewhere else

 

Ration coupons of Levie Bonn

Message of termination of the insurance of Levie Bonn because he was not Aryan

Message from Levie Bonn to family members in France, sent through the Red Cross 

 

Declaration stating that Levie Bonn was working for the Joodsche Weekblad Jewish weekly paper

Click on letters and documents to view full size

 

These letters and documents illustrate the plight of the Levie Bonn family and those placed in similar situations at the time.

 

Unbeknown to them, Levie Bonn and his family had become victims of The Final Solution, the state-sponsored persecution and the eventual annihilation of all European Jews, which was a diabolical plan devised by Nazi Germany in late 1941.

 

Child of LEVIE BONN and HANNA DIAMANT is:

 

JOSEPH MARCUS BONN, b. 20 July 1911, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 June 1993, Hilversum, Holland.

 

JOSEPH BONN was born 18 February 1879 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 27 September 1942 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married JEANETTE DE VRIES 21 September 1905 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of SAMSON DE VRIES and REBECCA KINSBERGEN.  She was born 09 March 1882 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Joseph Marcus Bonn and wife Jeannette de Vries

Wedding day - 21 September 1905

 

Joseph Marcus Bonn and his future wife Jeannette de Vries became officially engaged on 7 September 1905. They were married on 21 September 1905 at 1.00 PM in the Plancius hall on the Plantage Kerklaan. A menu of the wedding banquet remains. The couple lived at 6 Transvaalplein, ground floor, in Amsterdam. Joseph Bonn and Jeannette de Vries belonged to the Jewish funeral association Ohabe Zedaka Menachem Abelim. Joseph Marcus Bonn was also a member of the diamond workers' associations the Algemeene Nederlandse Diamantbewerkers Bond (ANDB) and of the Vereeniging van Israëlitische Diamantbewerkers, a division of Betsalel. Membership certificates of these associations also remain.

 

Children of JOSEPH BONN and JEANETTE DE VRIES are:

 

1.    SAMSON BONN, b. 22 August 1906, Amsterdam, Holland.

2.    BETTY BONN, b. 27 July 1912, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 19 November 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. ELIAZER VAN DER HOEDEN; b. 11 December 1915, Nijkerk, Gelderland, Holland; d. 31 March 1944, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

 

The original copy remains of the card that Betty Bonn and her fiancé sent to thank those who attended their engagement. The certificate presented to Betty Bonn at the award of her bachelor's degree by the Law Faculty of the University of Amsterdam on 5 February 1937 also remains.

 

ELIAZER VAN DER HOEDEN:

Resided with wife April 1942: Krugerlaan 94, Gouda, Holland.

 

Eliazer van der Hoeden was a hazzan (musician trained in the vocal arts who helps lead the congregation in songful prayer) and taught at the Jewish school on the 'Overkant van het IJ' in Amsterdam. He was a very friendly young man with a smiling face, who fondly said to his pupils: "I will just as easily kick you out of the classroom with my smiling face".

A memorial article dedicated to the Jewish community of Gouda

with a picture of the cantor, Eliazer van der Hoeden.

Dutch language.

Click on picture to view full size

 

SALOMON BONN was born 05 February 1881 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 August 1930 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married SCHOONTJE LISSER 25 March 1915 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of ARON LISSER and JUDITH TURFRIJER.  She was born 29 April 1886 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SCHOONTJE LISSER:

Resided, February 1941: Transvaalstraat 117 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

The Jokos files reveal that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 1331/22708)

 

Child of SALOMON BONN and SCHOONTJE LISSER is:

 

1.    HERMAN RICHARD BONN, b. 16 March 1911, Hilversum, Holland; d. 06 March 1945, Buchenwald concentration camp, Ettersberg (Etter Mountain) Weimar, Germany - Holocaust victim.

 

DAVID BONN was born 14 January 1882 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SARA BENAVENTE 19 December 1912 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of BENJAMIN BENAVENTE and JUDITH QUERIDO.  She was born 15 October 1887 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

DAVID BONN:

Resided with family, February 1941: Cilliersstraat 27 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

Child of DAVID BONN and SARA BENAVENTE is:

 

1.    MARCUS BONN, b. 01 October 1913, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. BETJE NOL; b. 19 January 1916, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 July 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of BETJE NOL were  JACOB NOL born 07 October 1876 in Monnickendam, Waterland, IJsselmeer, Holland, and died 01 January 1942 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married SUSANNA VAN DER SLUIS 28 December 1910 in Monnickendam, Waterland, IJsselmeer, Holland.  She was born 09 February 1889 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 27 August 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JACOB NOL:

Resided with family, May 1940: Linnaeusparkweg 79 huis & I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Resided with family, February 1941: Ground floor, Linnaeusparkweg 79 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

 

In January 1942, an obituary was placed in Het Joodsche Weekblad for J.M. Nol

MARCUS BONN:

Occupation: Warehouse clerk.

 

BETJE NOL:

Occupation: Sales lady.

 

MARIANNA BONN was born 30 September 1884 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 August 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married WOLF DIAMANT 09 June 1914 in Zaandam, Holland, son of NATHAN DIAMANT and MARIA VLEESKRUIJER.  He was born 07 October 1884 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 31 August 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

WOLF DIAMANT:

Resided with family, May 1940: Henriëtte Ronnerplein 10 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sales representative.

 

Children of MARIANNA BONN and WOLF DIAMANT are:

 

1.    MARIA DIAMANT was born 29 April 1915 in Schoten, Antwerp, Belgian, and died 31 August 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married JACOB KUNTZEL 16 October 1935 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of ROELOF KUNTZEL and ALIDA VAN TWISK.  He was born 06 May 1907 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 July 1990 in Amsterdam, Holland.

2.    MARCUS DIAMANT. Survived the war.

 

SIMON TRIJBETZ was born 27 May 1882 in Alkmaar, Holland, and died 23 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married CLARA WERTHEIM 04 November 1908 in Strijp, North Brabant, Holland, daughter of HEIMAN WERTHEIM and HENRIETTE HOCHHEIMER.  She was born 25 May 1883 in Strijp, North Brabant, Holland, and died 23 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON TRIJBETZ:

Resided with family, February 1941: Uiterwaardenstraat 136 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Commercial agent.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 11973/9289).

 

Children of SIMON TRIJBETZ and CLARA WERTHEIM are:

 

1.    MARIANNE (ANNIE) TRIJBETZ, b. 03 July 1909, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 18 July 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    HERMAN TRIJBETZ, b. 13 September 1912, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 05 February 1930, Alkmaar, Holland.

 

HERMAN TRIJBETZ:

Resided:  Between 14 Sep 1929 and Feb. 5, 1930 Delft, South Holland, Netherlands.

 

3.    JOSEPH HENRI TRIJBETZ. survived the war.

 

MARCUS TRIJBETZ was born 26 May 1883 in Alkmaar, Holland, and died 28 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married BETJE DE VRIES 02 July 1922 in Winschoten, Groningen, Holland, daughter of ABRAHAM DEVRIES and WILLEMINA DEVRIES.  She was born 09 November 1889 in Winschoten, Groningen, Holland, and died 12 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARCUS TRIJBETZ:

Resided with family, March 1942: Kooltuin 23, Alkmaar, Holland.

Occupation: Housewares merchant.

 

Child of MARCUS TRIJBETZ and BETJE DE VRIES is:

 

1.    MARIANNA WILHELMINA TRIJBETZ. Survived the war.

 

DAVID TRIJBETZ was born 15 October 1885 in Alkmaar, Holland, and died 04 June 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married RACHEL GOKKES 07 June 1911 in Zaandam, Holland, daughter of ABRAHAM GOKKES and BETJE DE HAAN.  She was born 29 July 1878 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 04 June 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

DAVID TRIJBETZ:

Resided with family, February 1941: Rijnstraat 193 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant.

Belonging to: David Trijbetz and his family, Amsterdam

Inventory of looted items, made on 23 July 1942:

 

Underwear, laundry, clothing, shoes, suitcase.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 11972/4695).

 

Children of DAVID TRIJBETZ and RACHEL GOKKES are:

 

1.    JOSEPH TRIJBETZ, b. 09 March 1913, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

JOSEPH TRIJBETZ:

Occupation: Pedicurist.

 

2.    ARNOLD TRIJBETZ, b. 24 May 1922, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 26 March 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. ESTHER SPRINGER, 12 August 1942.

 

ARNOLD TRIJBETZ:

Occupation: Warehouse clerk.

 

3.    ADOLF ABRAHAM TRIJBETZ, b. 21 June 1914, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 January 1995.

 

DINA TRIJBETZ was born 08 March 1887 in Alkmaar, Holland, and died 19 November 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married ISAAC DE LEEUW 14 December 1910 in Alkmaar Holland, son of PHILIP DE LEEUW and ELSJE LELIE.  He was born 08 March 1887 in Alkmaar, Holland, and died 19 November 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ISAAC DE LEEUW:

Resided with family, April 1942: Mient 3, Den Haag, Holland.

Occupation: Accountant.

 

Children of DINA TRIJBETZ and ISAAC DE LEEUW are:

 

1.    ELSELINA DE LEEUW, b. 10 April 1913, Utrecht, Holland; d. 19 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ELSELINA DE LEEUW:

Occupation: Steno typist.

 

2.    PHILIP DE LEEUW, b. 26 April 1929, The Hague, Holland; d. 19 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

GRIETJE TRIJBETZ was born 03 May 1888 in Alkmaar, Holland, and died 10 September 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married EMANUEL ALEXANDER MANASSE 18 June 1913 in Alkmaar Holland, son of EDUARD MANASSE and HENRIETTE SCHULMAN.  He was born 11 November 1883 in Arnhem, Holland, and died 10 September 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

EMANUEL ALEXANDER MANASSE:

Resided wit family, February 1941: Rustenburgerstraat 270 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Upholsterer.

 

Two children living with their parents survived the war.

 

SIMON BONN was born 15 May 1886 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 07 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married MARIANNE LEVEE 14 April 1910 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of BENJAMIN LEVEE and CAROLINE VAN OS.  She was born 06 February 1879 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 16 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON BONN:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Saffierstraat 34 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sales representative.

    

Children of SIMON BONN and MARIANNE LEVEE are:

 

1.    CAROLINA BONN, b. 31 July 1912, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 06 October 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    SUSANNA BONN, b. 24 October 1914, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. ARON VAN AMERONGEN; b. 20 June 1916, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 July 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ARON VAN AMERONGEN:

Resided with wife, February 1941: Saffierstraat 34 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Presser.

Belonging to: Aron van Amerongen and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 12 July 1942:

 

Room:  lace curtain (4), drape (2), hanging lamp, wall plate (5), sideboard, small round table with cloth, trolley, chair (4), armchair (2), table with cloth, smoking stand, clock, glass bowl, glass vase (2), flowerpot (5), loudspeaker, Verto carpet, mat (2), underwear. Side-room: lace curtain (2), drape (2), hanging lamp, casing with bookshelf, iron bed with mattresses, curtain (2), ceramic vase, wall plate, Verto carpet. Bedroom: lace curtain (2), drape (2), hanging lamp, wall plate (2), medicine cupboard, double bed with bedding, casing and curtain, chair (2), table with doily, Verto carpet, mat (2), wall cupboard. Alcove: lace curtain (4), drape (2), ceiling lamp, coat hooks, ironing board, sleeve board, ladder, small table, chair (2), cupboard, wall cupboard. Kitchen: lace curtain (4), drape (2), ceiling lamp, cooker, kitchen utensils, kitchenware, table, chair, floor cloth, coconut runner, mat (2), display cabinet, sink cupboard. Veranda: ladder, cupboard. Hallway: lantern, wall mirror with brush, coat stand, cane mat, wall cupboard, mat. Attic: worthless items. Corridor and staircase: runner, mat, runner with rods.

 

ISRAEL BONN was born 27 April 1888 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 10 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married BLOEME GANS 09 June 1917 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of HIJMAN GANS and JANSJE GROEN.  She was born 01 August 1888 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 10 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ISRAEL BONN:

Resided with family, April 1942: Harstenhoekweg 91, Scheveningen, Holland.

Occupation: Boarding house owner.

 

Children of ISRAEL BONN and BLOEME GANS are:

 

1.    BAREND BONN, b. 01 August 1916, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 February 1943, Seibersdorf concentration camp, Germany - Holocaust victim.

 

BAREND BONN:

Occupation: Sales representative.

 

2.    HERMAN BONN, b. 05 August 1918, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 28 February 1943, Seibersdorf concentration camp, Germany - Holocaust victim.

 

HERMAN BONN:

Occupation: Tailor.

 

DANIEL BONN was born 08 June 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married REBECCA BAUNE 13 October 1915 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of ARON BAUNE and HEINTJE SARFATIJ.  She was born 01 February 1892 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

DANIEL BONN:

Resided with family, February 1941: Van Woustraat 189 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

Belonging to: Daniel Bonn and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 13 July 1942:

 

Room: floor covering, linoleum, carpet, mat (3), lace curtain (4), drape (6), table, chair (4), easy chair (3), mirror, tea cupboard, companion set,

medicine cupboard, sideboard, cooker, hanging lamp, foot cushion. Bedroom: table, chair (3), armchair, floor covering, linoleum, carpet, single bed with bedding (2), hanging lamp, medicine cupboard, newspaper holder, small statue (2), wall lamp, hassock (5), vacuum cleaner ("Electrolux"). Bedroom: floor covering, linoleum, runner, mat (2), double bed, bedside table (2), chest of drawers, mirror-fronted wardrobe, dressing table, tea table, clock, chair (2), armchair, lace curtain (2), drape (4), medicine cupboard, wall plate (2), hanging lamp, bedside light, money box, mirror-fronted wardrobe, dressing table, wall table. Bedroom: floor covering, linoleum. Kitchen: floor covering, linoleum, table (2), chair (2), gas ring,

solid fuel oven, medicine cupboard, runner, hanging lamp, cupboard, mirror. Corridor and staircase: floor covering, linoleum, runner, mat (3), coat hooks, hanging lamp, small statue, hallway cupboard, mirror, runner.

 

Children of DANIEL BONN and REBECCA BAUNE are:

 

1.    ANNE BONN.

2.    ARY BONN, b. 13 November 1923, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 15 December 1943, Warsaw, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. SONJA CATHARINA POLAK, 30 September 1942, Westerbork transit camp, Drenthe, Holland; b. 24 January 1925, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 April 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ARY BONN:

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

DUIFJE BONN was born 09 May 1894 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 04 June 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married SIMON ANCONA 07 November 1928 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of LEVIE ANCONA and SOPHIA COSTER.  He was born 15 January 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 04 June 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Simon Ancona

Photo from Vendor permit

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Parents of SIMON ANCONA were LEVIE ANCONA born 01 November 1867 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SOPHIA COSTER 08 September 1894 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 20 May 1865 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 November 1940 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

LEVIE ANCONA:

Resided with family, November 1940: Afrikanerplein 46 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Belonging to: Levie Ancona and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 15 August 1942:

 

Room: ladies' clothing, underwear, shoes, personal items.

 

SIMON ANCONA:

Resided with family, February 1941: Transvaalstraat 86 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Market vendor.

 

Child of DUIFJE BONN and SIMON ANCONA is:

 

1.    SOPHIA ANCONA, b. 24 September 1924, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 05 February 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SOPHIA ANCONA:

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

VOGELTJE BONN was born 24 March 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married MEIJER WAGENHUIJZEN 27 November 1923 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of SALOMON WAGENHUIJZEN and MIETJE VAN PRAAG.  He was born 14 February 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MEIJER WAGENHUIJZEN:

Resided with family, February 1941: Korte Meerhuizenstraat 1 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Leather worker.

Belonging to: Meijer Wagenhuijzen and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 1 August 1942:

 

Room 1 (living room): linoleum, carpet, table with cloth, divan, tea table, sideboard, table, flower table, fireplace with plate, armchair (3),

chair (4), wall plate (4), table lamp, vase (2), hanging lamp, newspaper holder, tea and dinner set, trinkets, lace curtain (4), drape (2). Room 1 (bedroom): cane mat, mat, fold-out bed with bedding chest of drawers, table, chair, small bookcase, coat hooks, wall plate (2), flower table,

wall cupboard. Corridor: linoleum, mat, table, treadle sewing machine ("Phoenix"), armchair (3), mirror, hanging lamp, runner, coat hooks, wall plate (2), flower table, wall cupboard. Room 3 (bedroom): linoleum, mat (2), double fold-out bed with bedding, linen cupboard, table, chair (2), hanging lamp, medicine cupboard. Kitchen: linoleum, runner, gas ring, table, chair, lace curtain (3), enamel crockery, dinner set, ceiling lamp, tea set,

paraffin burner, pottery, spice rack, coffee grinder. Garden: chair (2), table, chest with coal.

 

Child of VOGELTJE BONN and MEIJER WAGENHUIJZEN is:

 

1.    MARIANNA WAGENHUIJZEN, b. 30 September 1926, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SIMON VAN KREVELD was born 17 September 1890 in Hoorn, IJsselmeer, Holland, and died 28 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married DUIFJE BLOG 27 November 1912 in Zaandam, Holland, daughter of MARCUS BLOG and MIJNTJE ROOS.  She was born 04 January 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 06 September 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of DUIFJE BLOG were MARCUS BLOG born 12 August 1869 in Paris, France, and died 26 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married MIJNTJE ROOS 12 November 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 03 July 1870 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 13 March 1931 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

MARCUS BLOG:

Resided, February 01, 1941: Plantage Middenlaan 40 bovenhuis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: shoemaker.

 

After his wife Mijntje Roos died in 1931, Marcus Blog moved in with the family of his son and daughter-in-law, Rosa Blog-Heilbron. Marcus Blog was the son of Abraham Isaac Blog and Duifje Rijxman. He was a shoemaker by trade. He married Mijntje Roos in 1890. The couple had twelve children It is doubtful that any of the children survived the war.

Marcus Blog

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Often there would be a look of bewilderment, apprehension, anger and fear on the person facing an uncertain future during these imposed photo sessions, as these people were stripped of citizenship and required to apply for work permits and permissions to move residence in their own countries under the Nazi regime.

 

SIMON VAN KREVELD:

Resided with family, February 1941: Reitzstraat 6 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Tailor.

 

Children of SIMON VAN KREVELD and DUIFJE BLOG are:

 

1.    THOMAS VAN KREVELD.

2.    JACQUES VAN KREVELD, b. 19 April 1913, Amstelveen, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 June 1942, Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp, Mauthausen, Austria - Holocaust victim.

 

JACQUES VAN KREVELD:

Occupation: Musician.

 

3.    MAX VAN KREVELD, b. 16 September 1914, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 January 1975, London, England.

4.    REGINA VAN KREVELD, b. 08 August 1917, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 16 March 1973, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

ISIDORE BONN was born 24 December 1890 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married MINA DEKKER 21 September 1916 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of MARCUS DEKKER and ELISABETH PEKEL.  She was born 07 July 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ISIDORE BONN:

Resided, February 01, 1941: Amstel 107 III, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

Child of ISIDORE BONN and MINA DEKKER is:

 

1.    JUSTUS BONN, b. 1917, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 1978, Texas, USA.

 

Justus Bonn in 1966 - still taken from the Dutch children's production, Bah September.

 

Justus Bonn was an opera and lieder singer. He enjoyed training at the Amsterdam Conservatory. In 1966 he moved to Texas, USA, where he worked as a singing teacher.

 

Was a member of the Dutch underground during the war:

 

The Dutch Resistance to the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands during World War II can be mainly characterized by its prominent non-violence, summiting of over 300,000 people in hiding during the autumn of 1944, tended to by some 60,000 to 200,000 illegal landlords and caretakers and tolerated knowingly by some 1 million people, including German occupiers and military.

 

Dutch resistance developed relatively slowly, but the event of the February strike and its cause, the random police harassment and deportation of over 400 Jews, stimulated resistance greatly. The first to organize themselves were the Dutch communists, who set up a cell-system immediately. Some other very amateurish groups also emerged, notably De Geuzen set up by Bernard Ijzerdraat and also some military-styled groups started, such as the Ordedienst ('order service'). Most had great trouble surviving betrayal during the first two years of the war.

 

Dutch counterintelligence, domestic sabotage, and communications networks eventually provided key support to Allied forces beginning in 1944 and continuing until the Netherlands was fully liberated. Some 75% (105,000 out of 140,000) of the Jewish population perished in the Holocaust, most of them murdered in Nazi death camps. There were a number of resistance groups specializing in saving Jewish children, included the Utrechtse Kindercomité, the Landelijke Organisatie voor Hulp aan Onderduikers, the Naamloze Vennootschap (NV), and the Amsterdam Student Group. The Columbia Guide to the Holocaust estimates that 215-500 Dutch Romanis were killed by the Nazis, with the higher figure estimated as almost the entire pre-war population of Dutch Romanis.

 

JUDITH VAN DER KOP was born 07 December 1899 in Alkmaar, Holland, and died 21 May 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married BAREND VLESSING 20 December 1922 in Alkmaar, Holland, son of ELIAS VLESSING and HEINTJE VAN MESSEL.  He was born 17 May 1888 in Texel, Holland, and died 22 May 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

BAREND VLESSING:

Resided with family, March 1942: Westerweg 82, Alkmaar, Holland.

Occupation: Sack dealer.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 12283/5617).

 

Child of JUDITH KOP and BAREND VLESSING is:

 

1.    AALTJE VLESSING, b. 11 December 1925, Alkmaar, Holland; d. 21 May 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

WILLEM DEEN was born 29 December 1893 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married ELISABETH NERDEN 1919, daughter of JOSEPH NERDEN and MARIANNE VILBACH. She was born 24 June 1892 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

WILLEM DEEN:

Resided with family, February 01, 1941: Ploegstraat 56 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond worker.

 

Willem Deen came from a family with four children. He wanted to become a teacher, but eventually became a diamond worker. Later because of lack of work in the diamond trade, Willem Deen started his own poultry farm.

 

ELISABETH NERDEN:

 

Elisabeth Nerden came from a family of four children, of whom two died young. She was a resourceful woman who was able to make ends meet during financially difficult times. She gave support to future and young mothers.

 

The Deen and Neehus families – Amsterdam Ploegstraat, abt 1938

 

Bottom left Max Deen, standing behind him is son of Wilko Johan Neehus, girl with hands on forehead is Frederica (freddie) Deen with her mother Elizabeth Nerden in front, next to her is neighbour Elisabeth Maria Petronella Keijzer, with daughter Elizabeth (Lizzie) Neehus behind her, also (sitting) Marianna (Jannie) Deen and neighbour Wilko Johan Neehus.

 

Willem Deen and Wilko Johan Neehus, were not only neighbours but also best friends. They often with their families went on holidays and outings together. Wilko Johan Neehus and his family were not Jewish and for this reason was spared the tragic fate as suffered by Willem Deen and most of his family. They survived the war.

 

WILKO JOHAN NEEHUS was born 09 January 1903 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 12 January 1985 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married ELISABETH MARIA PETRONELLA KEIJZER 28 November 1930 in Zutphen, Holland.  She was born 16 July 1907 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 May 1980 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

From left back: Elisabeth Maria Petronella  Keijzer, Wilko Johan Neehus & Elizabeth Nerden. From left front: Marianna (Jannie) Deen & Willem Deen

 

Children of WILLEM DEEN and ELISABETH NERDEN is:

 

1.    MARCUS (MAX) DEEN. Survived the war.

 

MARCUS (MAX) DEEN:

Occupation: farmer.

 

Max Deen was arrested on 2 Sep 1942 and arrived at Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland, on 25 Feb 1943, where he was a forced  slave labourer.

 

2.    MARIANNA (JANNY) DEEN, b. 07 November 1925, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 02 April 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Marianna (Janny) Deen was described as a shy and pretty girl.

 

3.    FREDERICA (FREDDIE) DEEN. Survived the war.

 

DINA DEEN was born 04 April 1900 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 27 November 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married SIMON EMANUEL PRINS, son of MOZES PRINS and MARGARETHA COHEN.  He was born 19 September 1893 in Arnhem, Holland, and died 29 April 1943 in Bobrek concentration camp,  Bobrek, Voivodeship, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Dina Deen was a playschool teacher. According to tradition she had soft, friendly eyes and a lot of appeal to children. She lived with her mother in the Majubastraat in Amsterdam until she was married.

 

SIMON EMANUEL PRINS:

Resided with family, May 1940: Wielakkerstraat 13, Arnhem, Holland.

Occupation: Baker.

 

Parents of SIMON EMANUEL PRINS were MOZES LIEPMAN PRINS born 12 July 1862 in Arnhem, Holland, and died 15 February 1942 in Arnhem, Holland.  He married (1) MARGARETHA COHEN 08 May 1889 in Arnhem, Holland.  She was born 12 April 1866 in Arnhem, Holland, and died 18 October 1912 in Apeldoorn, Gelderland, Holland.  He married (2) REBECCA WAAS 07 May 1913 in Arnhem, Holland.  She was born 03 February 1867 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 14 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Mozes Liepman Prins was the widower of Margaretha Cohen. With her he ran a kosher bakery in Arnhem.

 

REBECCA WAAS:

Resided with husband, May 1940: Gasthuisstraat 4, Arnhem, Holland.

 

The Police Commissioner of Arnhem requested that Rebecca Waas living in the Gasthuisstraat 4 in Arnhem be located, detained and brought to trial. She was suspected of having changed her place of residence without the required authorization. This description referred to Jews who had gone into hiding.

 

Children of DINA DEEN and SIMON PRINS are:

 

1.    MARCUS SIMON PRINS, b. 13 November 1927, Arnhem, Holland; d. 31 March 1944, Central Europe, Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.

2.    MAURITS PRINS, b. 21 April 1931, Arnhem, Holland; d. 27 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MEIJER VAN KREVELD was born 02 September 1904 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 29 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SARA ELBURG 21 December 1927 in Hilversum, t Gooi, Holland, daughter of BAREND ELBURG and BERTHA GOTTSCHALK.  She was born 15 June 1900 in Hilversum, t Gooi, Holland, and died 10 September 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

Parents of SARA ELBURG were BAREND ELBURG born 10 March 1860 in Hilversum, t Gooi, Holland, and died 13 December 1924 in Hilversum, t Gooi, Holland.  He married BERTHA GOTTSCHALK 31 May 1900 in Hilversum, t Gooi, Holland.  She was born 29 December 1865 in Ahaus, Germany, and died 23 July 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

MEIJER VAN KREVELD:

Divorced: 11 September 1940, Sara Elburg.

Occupation: Importer.

 

SARA ELBURG:

Resided with second husband, Martin Hirsekorn, May 1940: Josef Israelslaan 88, Arnhem, Holland.

 

Children of MEIJER VAN KREVELD and SARA ELBURG are:

 

1.    BAREND VAN KREVELD, b. 04 September 1928, The Hague, Holland; d. 10 September 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    JOZEPH VAN KREVELD, b. 18 February 1931, The Hague, Holland; d. 10 September 1943, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

DINA (DIEN) KORNALIJNSLIJPER was born 22 March 1908 in Enkhuizen, Holland, and died 05 November 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married (1) ANDRIES (ANDRE) PRINS 11 March 1930 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MEIJER PRINS and MARIANNE BOLLE.  He was born 06 September 1906 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 21 May 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married (2) JOACHIM BENJAMIN VAN KREVELD 31 January 1940 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MARCUS VAN KREVELD and FIJTJE WAGENAAR.  He was born 04 April 1907 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 January 1945 in Sachsenhausen - Oranienburg, concentration camp, Germany  - Holocaust victim.

 

Sachsenhausen - Oranienburg, concentration camp, Germany:

 

* Location: Germany, 35 km from Berlin

* Established on: 1938

* Liberation: April 22th, 1945, by a unit of the 47th Soviet Army.

* Estimated number of victims: 30,000 - 35,000

* Sub-camps: 44 sub-camps and external kommandos.

  

DINA (DIEN) KORNALIJNSLIJPER:

Occupation: pensionhouder.

Divorced: 1934, Andries (Andre) Prins.

 

ANDRIES (ANDRE) PRINS:

Occupation: Bookkeeper, factory supervisor.

 

JOACHIM BENJAMIN VAN KREVELD:

Occupation: Electrician.

     

Child of DINA KORNALIJNSLIJPER and ANDRIES PRINS is:

 

1.    MEIJER (ROBBIE) PRINS, b. 04 August 1931, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 05 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Child of DINA KORNALIJNSLIJPER and JOACHIM VAN KREVELD is:

 

1.    ANNA (HANNEKE) VAN KREVELD, b. 30 November 1936, Borgerhout, Antwerp, Belgium; d. 05 November 1942, Oswiecim , Concentratiekamp  - Holocaust victim.

 

HIJMAN POLAK was born 07 February 1900 in Hoorn, Holland, and died 11 November 1942 in Annaberg concentration camp, Annaberg, Germany.  He married ROZA BEEM 22 August 1922 in Amersfoort, Utrecht, Holland, daughter of EZECHIEL BEEM and SARA COHEN.  She was born 13 March 1897 in Wildervank, Groningen, Veendam, Holland, and died 26 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

HIJMAN POLAK:

Occupation: Merchant.

 

Children of HIJMAN POLAK and ROZA BEEM are:

 

1.     PINÉCHAS POLAK, b. 18 September 1923, Hilversum, 't Gooi, Holland; d. 11 November 1942, Annaberg concentration camp, Annaberg, Germany.

 

PINÉCHAS POLAK:

Occupation: Shop assistant.

 

2.    SARA POLAK, b. 06 January 1925, Hilversum, 't Gooi, Holland; d. 24 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SARA POLAK:

Occupation: Personal assistant.

 

3.    ROZETTA EZIE DINA POLAK, b. 19 February 1936, Hilversum, 't Gooi, Holland; d. 24 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

A hiding place was found for Rozetta Ezie Dina in The Hague. Hijman Polak and his wife Roza, includung their children Pinéchas and Sara went into hiding in Putten (province of Gelderland). They were caught and deported to Scheveningen. Rozetta Ezie Dina joined them there. All members of the family were deported via Westerbork. None of the family survived the war.

 

FIJTJE PARSSER was born 02 January 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 29 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married HARTOG VAN GELDERE 24 June 1924 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of SAUL VAN GELDERE and SIENTJE FRANSMAN.  He was born 21 August 1891 in Doesburg, Gelderland, Holland, and died 29 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

HARTOG VAN GELDERE:

Resided with family, February 1941: Ceintuurbaan 219 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant..

 

Children of FIJTJE PARSSER and HARTOG VAN GELDERE are:

 

1.    VROUWTJE VAN GELDERE, b. 19 April 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    SAUL VAN GELDERE, b. 18 April 1931, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 29 October 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

DAVID SIMON NERDEN was born 18 December 1886 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 19 January 1937 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married REBECCA ENGLANDER 09 June 1909 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of HIJMAN ENGELANDER and MARIANNA SPIJER.  She was born 06 March 1885 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

REBECCA ENGLANDER:

Resided, February 1941: Eerste Boerhaavestraat 2 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Children of DAVID NERDEN and REBECCA ENGLANDER are:

 

1.    SEM NERDEN, b. 22 April 1911, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

SEM NERDEN:

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

2.    JENNY NERDEN, b. 1912, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 17 January 2003, Amsterdam, Holland.

3.    RITA NERDEN, b. 19 November 1916, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

RITA NERDEN:

Occupation: Fur worker.

 

MAX (MORDECHAI) NERDEN was born 1893 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 1972.  He married (1) KLAARTJE VAN DER WIJK, daughter of ISRAEL WIJK and FRENEKA SCHAAP.  She was born 31 May 1891 in Hoogeveen, Holland, and died 18 May 1923 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married (2) EVA BEEK, daughter of ARON BEEK and CATHARINA GROENEWOUD.  She was born 14 September 1887 in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Parents of KLAARTJE VAN DER WIJK were ISRAEL VAN DER WIJK born 22 May 1854 in Hoogeveen, Drenthe, Holland, and died 26 January 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married FRENEKA SCHAAP 30 May 1888 in Hoogeveen, Drenthe, Holland.  She was born 06 March 1860 in Emmen, Drenthe, Holland, and died 08 August 1939 in Hoogeveen, Drenthe, Holland.

 

ISRAEL VAN DER WIJK:

Resided: Kerkstraat 5, Hoogeveen, Holland.

Occupation: Merchant..

 

MAX (MORDECHAI) NERDEN:

Situation, February 1941: The Nerden family ran the guesthouse/nursing home on Plantage Kerklaan 23 bovenhuis, Amsterdam, Holland.

    

Child of MAX NERDEN and KLAARTJE WIJK is:

 

1.    SIMON NERDEN, b. 19 April 1923, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 21 July 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

REBECCA NERDEN was born 02 April 1894 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 10 September 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married ELIAZER SWEIJD 28 May 1919 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of JOSEPH SWEIJD and ESTHER MORPURGO.  He was born 12 December 1895 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died September 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ELIAZER SWEIJD:

Resided with family, February 1941: Tugelaweg 61 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 11803 / 15757).

 

Child of REBECCA NERDEN and ELIAZER SWEIJD is:

 

1.    FRITS SWEIJD, b. 27 January 1926, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 26 July 1995; m. JACOBA CORNELIA RODENBURG; b. 21 August 1929; d. 06 October 1998.

 

ALIDA NERDEN was born 17 May 1896 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 26 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married ISAAC SIMON ROMIJN 22 December 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MOZES ROMIJN and ESTHER HAMBURGER.  He was born 14 February 1895 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 26 March 1943 in Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ISAAC SIMON ROMIJN:

Resided with family, February 1941: Henriëtte Ronnerplein 26 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Performer.

 

Children of ALIDA NERDEN and ISAAC ROMIJN are:

 

1.    ELLY ROMIJN, b. 13 November 1924, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    RUDOLF ROMIJN, b. 26 September 1927, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 26 March 1943, Sobibor death camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ROOSJE NERDEN was born 19 March 1893 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She married MATTHIJS WOLF 09 March 1916 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of BENJAMIN WOLF and HANNA MENDEL.  He was born 18 June 1880 in The Hague, Holland, and died 02 November 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

ROOSJE NERDEN:

Divorced: 06 May 1931, Matthijs Wolf.

Fate unknown.

 

MATTHIJS WOLF:

Resided: Holendrechtstraat 36 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Cook & butcher.

 

Children of ROOSJE NERDEN and MATTHIJS WOLF are:

 

1.    EMILE WOLF, b. 05 July 1916, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 23 July 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

2.    HANNA HELENA WOLF, b. 03 June 1920, Antwerp, Belgium; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim; m. MOZES SANDERS, 06 May 1942, Amsterdam, Holland; b. 28 March 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 30 September 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MOZES SANDERS:

Resided, February 1941: Plantage Doklaan 6 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Confectionery decorator.

Belonging to: Giljon Sanders and his family, Amsterdam.

Inventory of looted items, made on 23 July 1942:

 

Only own clothing and underwear

 

3.    RUDOLF WOLF, b. 19 July 1923, Borgerhout, Antwerp, Belgium; d. 21 January 1945, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

RUDOLF WOLF:

Occupation: Office clerk.

 

REBECCA COK was born 20 June 1898 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married MARCUS TURFRIJER 30 June 1920 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MEIJER TURFRIJER and ESTHER GRIJSAART.  He was born 17 June 1899 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 15 December 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARCUS TURFRIJER:

Resided with family, February 1941: Vechtstraat 29 II, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sales representative.

    

Children of REBECCA COK and MARCUS TURFRIJER are:

 

1.    MEIJER TURFRIJER, b. 05 July 1921, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MEIJER TURFRIJER:

Occupation: Assistant accountant.

 

2.    LEONARD TURFRIJER, b. 12 February 1925, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 04 June 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

LEONARD TURFRIJER:

Occupation: Apprentice printer.

 

Leonard Turfrijer joined the HEDW (“Hortus – victory in unity”) football club in Amsterdam for the 1939-1940 season.

 

3.    HARRY TURFRIJER, b. 09 July 1927, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

4.    JOHN TURFRIJER, b. 10 December 1930, The Hague, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

5.    EDDY TURFRIJER, b. 02 March 1935, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

6.    JACQUES TURFRIJER, b. 17 February 1938, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 09 April 1943, Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

CATHARINA COK was born 28 October 1899 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 November 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married MOZES VAN PRAAG 24 December 1929 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of NATHANIEL VAN PRAAG and ROOSJE DE KROMME.  He was born 23 November 1897 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 28 February 1943 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of MOZES VAN PRAAG were NATHANIEL VAN PRAAG born 11 March 1870 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married (1) ROOSJE DE KROMME 12 June 1895 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 19 September 1866 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 17 March 1913 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married (2) KAATJE VLEESCHHOUWER 10 July 1913 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 24 May 1871 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 30 April 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

KAATJE VLEESCHHOUWER:

Resided with husband, February 1941: Meerhuizenstraat 26 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

MOZES VAN PRAAG:

Resided with family, February 1941: Colensostraat 4 bovenhuis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Diamond polisher.

 

Child of CATHARINA COK and MOZES VAN PRAAG is:

 

1.    NICO VAN PRAAG, b. 15 February 1932, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 05 November 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

HERMAN RICHARD BONN was born 16 March 1911 in Hilversum, Holland, and died 06 March 1945 in Buchenwald concentration camp, Ettersberg (Etter Mountain) Weimar, Germany - Holocaust victim.  He married ANNA CAUVEREN 03 November 1928 in Amsterdam, Holland, daughter of EMANUEL CAUVEREN and KLAARTJE SPEIJER.  She was born 21 October 1911 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 11 February 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

                      

                Herman Richard Bonn

              Anna Cauveren

 

HERMAN RICHARD BONN:

Resided with family, February 1941: Weidestraat 58 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Clerk.

 

Herman Richard Bonn was an important member of the AJC (socialist youth movement) and the Onafhankelijke Socialistische Partij (left-socialist party).

 

Children of HERMAN BONN and ANNA CAUVEREN are:

 

1.    ROBERT BONN. Survived the war.

2.    CARLA MARJAN BONN. Survived the war.

 

MARIANNE (ANNIE) TRIJBETZ was born 03 July 1909 in Alkmaar, Holland, and died 18 July 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married HERMAN EDUARD BIERMAN 19 February 1935 in Alkmaar, Holland, son of NATHAN BIERMAN and FRANCISKA COHEN.  He was born 18 November 1904 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 01 August 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Marianne Trijbetz

 

Parents of HERMAN EDUARD BIERMAN were NATHAN BIERMAN born 14 August 1879 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 05 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married (1) FRANCISKA COHEN 06 January 1904 in Amsterdam, Holland.  She was born 07 September 1871 in Veendam, Groningen, Holland, and died 26 August 1908 in Amsterdam, Holland.  He married (2) PAULA WINDESHEIM 09 June 1911 in Nieheim, Höxter, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.  She was born 02 June 1878 in Nieheim, Höxter, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, and died 05 October 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MARIANNE (ANNIE) TRIJBETZ:

Location: between 26 Mar 1929 4 Mar 1931 Eindhoven, North-Brabant, Holland.

 

NHERMAN EDUARD BIERMAN:

Resided with family, February 1941: Korte Meerhuizenstraat 5 I, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Manufacturer.

 

Children of MARIANNE TRIJBETZ and HERMAN BIERMAN are:

 

1.    FANCISCA BIERMAN, b. 12 December 1935, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 18 July 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

        

Francisca Bierman                         Robert Bierman

 

2.    ROBERT BIERMAN, b. 13 April 1938, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 18 July 1942, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

CAROLINA BONN was born 31 July 1912 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 06 October 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim. She married MAURITS BONN, son of HARTOG BONN and JETJE BRANDON. He was born 05 December 1908 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died December 1944 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MAURITS BONN:

Resided with family, February 1941: Hoendiepstraat 50 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Office clerk.

    

Child of CAROLINA BONN and MAURITS BONN is:

 

1.    RONALD BONN, b. 10 December 1935, Amsterdam, Holland; d. 06 October 1944, Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

VROUWTJE VAN GELDERE was born 19 April 1921 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  She married EMANUEL ABRAM 15 July 1942 in Amsterdam, Holland, son of MOSES ABRAM and REBECCA DE PAAUW.  He was born 29 August 1918 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 09 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

VROUWTJE VAN GELDERE:

Occupation: Sales lady.

                  

Vrouwije van Geldere                                     Emanuel Abram

 

Parents of Emanuel Abram were MOSES ABRAM born 02 December 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 25 January 1945 in Municipality unknown - Holocaust victim.  He married REBECCA DE PAAUW 12 September 1917 in Zaandam, Holland.  She was born 15 December 1891 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 10 September 1942 in Auschwitz concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

MOSES ABRAM:

Resided with family, February 1941: Linnaeusparkweg 73 hs, Amsterdam, Holland.

Occupation: Sales representative.

Rebecca de Paauw was one of the five children of Samuel de Paauw and Keetje Soubice. Her three brothers Jacob (Jaap), Aron, Tobias (Toby) and sister Griet were all murdered.

EMANUEL ABRAM:

Occupation: Diamond worker.

Emanuel Abram

Form for diamond workers to register for a provisional exemption form

Click on form to view full size

 

Child of VROUWTJE VAN GELDERE and EMANUEL ABRAM is:

 

1.    ROBERT ABRAM. Survived the war.

 

EMILE WOLF was born 05 July 1916 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married JANTJE GEERTRUIDA LEVIT, daughter of PHILIP LEVIT and SARA BARGEBOER.  She was born 23 April 1916 in Amsterdam, Holland, and died 23 July 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

Parents of JANTJE GEERTRUIDA LEVIT were PHILIP LEVIT was born 30 April 1886 in Groningen, Holland, and died 21 May 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.  He married SARA BARGEBOER 07 November 1913 in Winschoten, Holland.  She was born 03 November 1890 in Winschoten, Holland, and died 23 January 1943 in Sobibor concentration camp, Poland - Holocaust victim.

 

PHILIP LEVIT:

Resided with family, April 1942: Kostverlorenstraat 64, Zandvoort, Holland.

 

EMILE WOLF:

Resided with family, February 1941: Hemonylaan 26 huis, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

Emile Wolf was a journalist for newspaper Telegraaf, and was later fired because he was a Jew. In 1941 Emile Wolf was registered as a sales representative. From June 1942 until July 1943 Emile Wolf and his family were hiding in Laren together with Sara Levit-Bargeboer, the mother of Jantje Geertruida Levit. Because of treachery they were captured and deported.

    

Child of EMILE WOLF and JANTJE LEVIT is:

 

1.    PHILIP TESTAS, b. 13 March 1942, Amsterdam, Holland.

 

PHILIP TESTAS:

 

The Wolf family went into hiding during the war at Leemzeulder in Laren, North Holland, but were betrayed.

 

Son Philip Wolf was hidden by a Christian couple (Piet Testas and his wife, Jo Beernink) at Meentweg 28, Blaricum in North Holland, who claimed he was their own child. Later they officially adopted Philip after it had been confirmed that his family had not survived the war. Philip wolf became known as, Philip Testas after his adopted parents.

 

Piet Testas was a sculptor and his wife, Jo Beernink, was a head kindergarten teacher at the School Gooische in Laren. She also had a puppet theater and often entertained the guests at the Hamdorff hotel and similar venues.

 

Philip Testas and his wife, Theresia Antonia Maria Kuijer were later divorced. Today (2013)  Philip Testas lives in Portugal and his ex-wife, Therese, lives at Meentweg 8 in Blaricum, North Holland.

 

Children of PHILIP TESTAS and THERESIA KUIJER are:

 

1.    DAVID TESTAS.

 

David Testas has appeared in plays since 1993 together with his brother Daniel in the house-duo-Testas Brothers. He has all the puppets and books of his grandmother in his possession.

 

2.    DANIEL PIETER TESTAS.

 

Daniel Testas is a professor,  Producer and Songwriter at the Prince Claus Conservatoire. He graduated in 1997 cum laude from the HKU (= Utrecht School of the Arts), Department of Music Technology. He also plays in the band: Adani & Wolf. Today he lives in Amsterdam, Holland.

 

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