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Poesiealbum der Selma Rothschild


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Selma Rothschild ist in Vöhl am 10. Februar 1867 geboren und am 1. oder 2. Oktober 1942 in Treblinka umgebracht worden.Die Einträge im Album sind von 1880 bis 1901. 48 Personen haben sich eingetragen.
Ihr Poesiealbum ist 2022 von Frau Renate Mahaj (Korbach) dem Förderkreis geschenkt worden.
Sie hat die Texte, welche hauptsächlich in Sütterlin-Schrift verfasst sind, in Vereinfachte Ausgangsschrift übertragen.
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Die folgende Aufstellung erschließt über
-Fotos der Originalseiten,

-Informationen zu den Autoren
-Transkription der Seiten von Sütterlinschrift in Vereinfachte Ausgangsschrift
das Poesiealbum.

Die Übersetzung ins Englische von Frau Elizabeth Foote finden sie mit dem Link:

Poems and Writings Collected by Selma Rothschild

Im Anschluss an die Fotos befindet sich die Liste von Informationen zu den Autoren. Sie ist  von Frau Elizabeth Foote (Salt Lake City, UT, USA) und Herrn Karl-Heinz Stadtler (Vöhl) zusammengestellt. Sie ist unvollständig und wird weiter ergänzt werden.

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Selma Rothschild

Johanne Jakob      Transkription 

Rosa Kaiser           Transkription 

Emma Prinz            Transkription 

Martha Fritzler     Transkription 

Rosalie Stern         Transkription

Emma Schönthal    Transkription

 
Johanna LiebmannTranskription

 
Regine Lieber       Transkription

 
Anna Müller          Transkription

 
Lina Klingelhöfer Transkription

 
 Louise Spies      Transkription

 
Helene Liebmann Transkription

  
Max Lieber          Transkription

  
Johanna Ilfeld      Transkription

 
Emilie Wolff           Transkription

  
Paul Auerbach   TranskriptionA
TranskriptionB

  
Max Bergmann     Transkription

 
Mathilde RothschildTranskription

  
Emma Heyde       Transkription

  
C. Bayerthal       Transkription

 
Alex Bayerthal     Transkription

 
Hugo Bayerthal    Transkription

 
Paula Bayerthal    Transkription

 
Lulu Müller           Transkription

 
Johanna LennebergTranskription

 
Emma HombergerTranskription

 
Mathilde EberweinTranskription

Emma Waas           Transkription

Minnie Kohlberg     Transkription

 
Willy Rothschild    Transkription

Annie Ganslandt   Transkription

M. Kasper              Transkription

Hedwig Blumenthal Transkription

Herbert Ganslandt Transkription

Martha SangstadtTranskription

 
Luise Nelle            Transkription

Anna Stern           Transkription 

Mrs. Siemon Stern Transkription 

Mrs. Ida Kaiser      Transkription 

Dorchen Buen        Transkription 

C. Rosenthal           Transkription

Paula Rothschild    Transkription

Clara Rosenthal     Transkription 

Elfriede Biermann     Transkription 

Albert Baruch     Transkription 

Erna Katzenstein Baruch
Transkription 

Auguste Remus/Renius/Reinus ?
Transkription 

Walter Ganslandt     Transkription
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 Johanne Jakob (Name Jüdisch?)

Rose Kaiser (Verwandte, Einheimische, Jüdin)
Rohsenstein_Rosa.pdf                        
Rose Kaiser, aka Rosa Kaiser, was born 22 December 1867 in Vöhl, the daughter of Levi Kaiser and Selka Elias, and gg-granddaughter of Salomon Abraham Rothschild, making her Selma’s 2nd Cousin once removed (2c1x).  She married Joseph Rohsenstein, and passed away 30 July 1931[1]. Zurück

Emma Prinz (Einheimische, Christin)                    
Most likely Emma Florentine Caroline Auguste Bertha Prinz, born 1 August 1866 in Vöhl, daughter of Mathilde and Ferdinand Prinz.  In 1893, she married Carl Ludwig Alexander Rudolph Backhaus.  They were the parents of at least two children, Karl Hermann Rudolph Ernst Ferdinand Backhaus (20 May 1894 – 14 July 1895), and Rudolph August Hermann Backhaus (2 August 1896 – 25 April 1898)[2].  Zurück

Martha Fritzler
She was living in Aachen at the time she signed Selma’s book.  Zurück

Rosalie Stern (Verwandte, Einheimische, Jüdin)
Stern_Rosalie.pdf                      
Rosalie Stern was born 22 September 1866 in Vöhl, died 1943 in Theresienstadt.  Daughter of David Stern and Bertha Buch, gg-granddaughter of Salomon Abraham Rothschild, making her Selma’s 2nd cousin once removed (2c1x).  She never married[3].  Zurück

Emma Schönthal (Einheimische, Jüdin)
Schönthal_Emma.pdf               
Emma Schönthal was born 30 June 1866 to Gütchen Mehler and Emanuel Schönthal.  In 1897, she purchased a house and livestock in Schulberg from Christian and Wilhelmine Finke. By 1899, she was living in Offenbach[4].  Zurück

Johanna Liebmann (Einheimische?, Jüdin)            
Probably a daughter of Hermann Liebmann, oldest son of Salomon Liebmann. Hermann married 1866, and perhaps he had a daughter in the age of Selma; another possibility: the Liebmann family as well as the Bayerthal family lived in Oppenheim; a sister-in-law of Selma’s father Moritz married Heinrich Bayerthal; perhaps Selma met the Liebmann family in Oppenheim. Zurück

Regine Lieber (Verwandte, Jüdin)                     
A cousin of Selma; Selmas mother Karoline was the daughter of Wolf Lieber and his wife Frommet; Regine was probably the daughter of Karolines brother or sister.  Zurück

Anna Müller (Einheimische, Christin)                                 
There are several Families Müller in Vöhl.  Zurück

Lina Klingelhöfer (Einheimische, Christin)              
Klingelhöfer is the name of a Vöhler family.  Zurück

Louise Spies

Helene Liebmann (Einheimische?, Jüdin)             
Look at “Johanna Liebmann” above.  Zurück

Max Lieber (Verwandter, Jude)                          
He lived in Elsoff; look at “Regine Lieber”; probably a son of Karoline’s sister or brother.  Zurück

Johanna Ilfeld (Einheimische, Jüdin)                      
There was a family Illfeld (with 3 L) in Altenlotheim.  Zurück      

Emilie Wolff                               

Paul Auerbach (Name Jüdisch?)                 
He lived in Dortmund.  Zurück

Max Bergmann                
He lived in Hattingen a.d. Ruhr.  Zurück

Mathilde Rothschild (Verwandte, Einheimische, Jüdin)
Rothschild_Mathilde1.pdf 
        
Mathilde Rothschild was Selma’s sister, and was born in Vöhl 27 April 1868.  She never married, and it is believed she joined the Red Cross.  Family lore indicates she was estranged from her parents and siblings, but the reasoning is not known.  She died 26 September 1938 in Hamburg, Germany.  Zurück

Emma Heyde (Einheimische, Christin)                       
Emma Maria Sophia Heyde was born 9 September 1871 in Treysa, Hesse, Germany.  She was the daughter of Carl Friedrich Heyde and Marie Elisabeth Crede.  She married Friedrich Wilhelm Henck, and they were the parents of at least one child, Friedrich Carl Wilhelm Henck.  Emma died 14 June 1945 in Treysa, Hesse, Germany[5].   Zurück

C. Bayerthal (Verwandter, Christ) 
This is most likely Karl (or Carl) Heinrich Bayerthal. He was born 5 October 1870 in Oppenheim, Hesse, Germany, son of Heinrich Bayerthal and Mathilde Rothschild, who was the daughter of Ascher Rothschild and Blümchen Sternberg.  Karl married Johanna Berhnhards, and they were the parents of Theodor Heinrich Bayerthal and Anna Pauline Bayerthal.  Karl died 1 September 1912 in Mainz, Germany[6]  Zurück

Alex Bayerthal (Verwandter, Christ, als Jude angesehen)
Bayerthal_Alexander.pdf 
                 
Alexander Hugo Oskar Eduard Bayerthal was born 30 December 1867 in Oppenheim, Hesse, Germany, and was Karl’s older brother.  He married Anna Luise Claß, and they were the parents of Mathilde Wilhelmine Luise Bayerthal and Ilse Elisabeth Johanna Bayerthal.  Though born and raised Lutheran, the Nazi party identified him as a Jew.  He died at home on 21 October 1943[7].  Zurück

Hugo Bayerthal (Verwandter, Christ, als Jude angesehen)
Hugo Philipp Bayerthal was born 21 May 1872 in Sprendlingen, Mainz-Bingen, Germany, the son of Heinrich Bayerthal and Mathilde Rothschild.  He married Elisabeth Elsa Weiss (1882 – 1944) on 21 July 1905 in Frankfurt.  They were the parents of Ernst Ludwig Bayerthal.  Though raised Lutheran, the Nazi party identified Hugo as a Jew.  He was deported from Darmstadt to Theresienstadt Ghetto on Transport XVII/1 on 27 September 1942[1].  His exact date of death is not known.  Hugo was Selma’s 1st cousin.[a]  Zurück

Paula Bayerthal (Verwandte, Christin, als Judin angesehen)
Paula Judith Auguste Bayerthal was born in Oppenheim, Hesse, Germany on 4 June 1869, the only daughter of Heinrich Bayerthal and Mathilde Rothschild.  She married Oskar August Knublauch on 9 September 1895 in Mainz.  Despite being raised as, and identifying as, a Lutheran, the Nazi party identified her as a Jew.  She was sent to Theresienstadt, arriving there on 27 September 1942, and was murdered.  She and her brother Hugo were on the same transport[1].  Her exact death date is not known.  The fate of her husband is also unknown.  Paula was Selma’s 1st cousin.[b]  Zurück

  Lulu Müller
  In her writing, Julie indicates she’s from Gießen.  Zurück

Johanna Lenneberg  (Verwandte, Jüdin)
Lenneberg_Adelheid.pdf  
        
Johanna Magdalena Lenneberg was born 7 July 1862 in Mainz, Germany.  She was the oldest child of Julius Isaac Lenneberg and Adelheid Rothschild, who was the daughter of Ascher Rothschild and Blümchen Sternberg.  The last known record of her is a census showing her with her parents and her younger siblings, Alfred, Klara, and Paul.  I do not have the date of this census[8]. Zurück

Emma Homberger (Verwandte?, Jüdin?)
Possibly the daughter of Aaron Adolph Homberger and Therese Kaufmann.  Aaron was the younger brother of Selma's aunt, Bettie Homberger, who married Siegmund Rothschild.  Emma and Selma were not related to each other, but had mutual cousins in the form of Siegmund and Bettie's children: Sophie and Justus Rothschild.  Emma Homberger was born about 1856.  The family lived in Mannheim, Baden-Würtemberg, Germany, and her parents formed the business Homberger-Kaufmann, dealers of Spirits and Wine.  According to the Mannheim address book of 1930, Emma and her sister Anna were the agents for the business.[c]  Zurück

Mathilde Eberwein (Verwandte, Jüdin)
friedericke-rothschild-eberwein 
          
Mathilde Eberwein was born 17 December 1852 in Ulrichstein, Hesse, Germany.  She was the daughter of Pastor Ernst August Wilhelm Eberwein and Friedericke Rothschild, Selma’s aunt.  She never married, and passed away 19 January 1914 in Darmstadt, Hesse Germany[9].  Zurück

Emma Waas (Christin)                    
Most likely this Emma Waas was born 14 September 1862 in Reichelsheim, Hesse, Germany, and was the daughter of Wilhelm Christian Waas and Elisabethe Margretha Scheib.  She never married, and passed away 20 July 1950 in Reichelsheim, Hesse Germany[10].  Zurück

Minnie Kohlberg              

Willy Rothschild (Verwandter, Einheimischer, Jude)
Rothschild_Willi.pdf  
            
Willy (or Willi) Rothschild was Selma’s brother.  He was born 12 November 1879 in Vöhl.  He was married twice.  First to Hildegard Dahl.  Together, they were the parents of Walter Rothschild.  Second to Melita Sandels, and they were the parents of Rudolf Rothschild.  About 1933 or later, following Hitler’s invasion of Spain, Willy and his family emigrated to Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America, thereby surviving the Holocaust.  Willi Rothschild passed away in Buenos Aires on 1 December 1941[11]. Both sons – Walter and Rudolf – and their wives had been guests of the Förderkreis in September 2000.  Zurück

Annie Ganslandt (Christin)                 
Annie (Aennie) Ganslandt was born in 1884.  She and her siblings, Walter and Herbert, were the children of Wilhelm Karl August Ganslandt and Elisabeth Hasse Ganslandt.  Annie was named after her mother’s older sister, Aennie Hasse, who was also her father’s first wife.  Aennie Hasse died 3 months after her wedding.  Annie Ganslandt  married Franz Ludwig Viktor Schütze, was the mother of Ursula and Herbert.  She later married Ernst Köpchen[12]. Zurück

M. Kasper

Hedwig Blumenthal (Verwandte ?, Jüdin)          
Hedwig Blumenthal indicated she is Selma’s cousin.  I have not yet been able to confirm this connection.  Zurück

Herbert Ganslandt  (Christ)          
Herbert Ganslandt was born 31 October 1888.  He and his siblings, Annie and Walter, were the children of Wilhelm Karl August Ganslandt and Elisabeth Hasse Ganslandt.  He married Marianne Faubel in 1926.  He passed away 20 December 1949[13]Zurück

Martha Sangstadt            
She lived in Berlin.  Zurück

Luise Nelle

Anna Stern (Verwandte, Einheimische, Jüdin)                         
She lived in Schmallenberg. Zurück

Mrs. Siemon Stern (Verwandte, Einheimische, Jüdin)         
Most likely the mother of Mrs. Ida Kaiser, below. Zurück

Mrs. Ida Kaiser (Verwandte, Einheimische, Jüdin)
Kaiser_Ida_1873.pdf                  
Ferdinand Kaiser of Vöhl married twice.  I believe this to be his first wife.  Ida Stern was born 2 May 1873 in Schmallenberg, the daughter of Simon Stern and Helene Löwenstern. She married Ferdinand Kaiser, and together they were the parents of Brunhilde Kaiser and Leopold Kaiser.  She passed away in Vöhl in 1901[14].  Given that her maiden name was Stern, and that she was from Schmallenberg, I suspect the two women immediately above, Mrs. Simon Stern and Anna Stern, were her relatives.  Zurück

Dorchen Buen             
She lived in Hungen.  Zurück

C. Rosenthal (Name Jüdisch?)
Lived in Mainz. Zurück

Paula Rothschild (Verwandte, Einheimische, Jüdin)
Schlesinger_Paula.pdf
       
Paula Rothschild was born 15 June 1868 in Vöhl, the daughter of Selig Rothschild and Emilia Wallach.  She and Selma were second cousins once removed.  She married Nathan Teichman in October 1890.  He passed away sometime before 1911.  She then married Julius Schlesinger in August of 1911 in Berlin.  Both Julius and Paula were murdered in the Holocaust, he on 10 June 1942 in Sachenhausen, and she on 24 September 1942 in Theresienstadt[15].  Zurück

Clara Rosenthal  (Name Jüdisch?)                
She lived in Mainz. Same person like C. Rosenthal? Zurück

Elfriede Biermann (Einheimische, Jüdin)
Biermann_Madilde.pdf
        
Madilde Stern, born 8.7.1854 in Vöhl, married 1883 the merchant Max Biermann from Gera; the Sterns lived in the Arolser Straße. Elfriede is probably the daughter of Madilde and Max.  Zurück

Albert Baruch (Einheimischer, Jude)
Baruch_Albert.pdf   
                 
Albert married Erna Katzenstein on the same day he signed Selma’s book; 25 August 1901.  In 1904, he moved his family to Essen-Steele, Hesse, Germany.  According to his son Bernhard’s death record, he was still living there on 23 August 1942[16].  Zurück

Erna Katzenstein Baruch (Einheimische, Jüdin)
Baruch_Erna.pdf

She was born 2 March 1882 in Vöhl, the daughter of Samuel Katzenstein and Cäcilie Reichard.  She signed Selma’s book on 25 August 1901, which is the day she married Albert Baruch.  The lived in Vöhl for a couple of years, then moved to Essen-Steele, Hesse, Germany.  They were the parents of two sons: Bernhard and Heinz.  Erna died in Auschwitz 23 August 1942, the same day as her oldest son[17].  Zurück

Auguste Remus/Renius/Reinus ?
Auguste indicated she was from Kassel.  Zurück

Walter Ganslandt  (Christ)  
             
Walter Ganslandt was born in 1886.  He and his siblings, Annie and Herbert, were the children of Wilhelm Karl August Ganslandt and Elisabeth Hasse Ganslandt.  The family spent many years in London, where Herr Ganslandt worked as an internationally active merchant, but returned to live in Kassel in 1898.  Elisabeth Ganslandt was a chairwoman of a local milk kitchen and the hospital kitchen, as well as Kassell section chairwoman of the Fatherland Women’s Association, which was mainly active in welfare and nursing, and in the establishment of the Red Cross hospital in Wehlheiden.  She was also one of the first six women elected to the Kassel city council in 1919.  Walter died 10 October 1914 in an internment camp in Algeria[18].  Zurück

When Selma kept the poetry album, she was probably still living in her parents' house. This was the hotel and inn "Prinz Wilhelm". Some of the people who signed up for the album may have been hotel guests.

 

[1] https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/34523572/person/160112968342/facts

[2] https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/183628935/person/112397277996/facts

[3] https://yvng.yadvashem.org/nameDetails.html?language=en&itemId=1735725&ind=1

[4] https://www.synagoge-voehl.de/images/pdf/voe/sch/Schnthal_Emma.pdf

[5] https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/61119/images/treysa_8095_1945-00199?pId=2326295

[6] https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/7434/images/41516_SRMZ1912000002-00460?pId=130120

[7] https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/61119/images/frankfurt-v_182_1943-00582?pId=1799113

[8] https://www.ancestry.com/discoveryui-content/view/72153:8958?ssrc=pt&tid=34523572&pid=160113145677

[9] https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/61119/images/901_390_darmstadt_1914_00034?pId=1654725

[10] https://www.ancestry.com/discoveryui-content/view/2605984:61119

[11] https://www.synagoge-voehl.de/images/pdf/voe/r/Rothschild_Willi.pdf

[12] https://gw.geneanet.org/henri61?lang=en&pz=auguste&nz=deharveng&p=aennie+marie+emma+maud&n=ganslandt

[13] https://gw.geneanet.org/henri61?lang=en&pz=auguste&nz=deharveng&p=herbert&n=ganslandt&oc=1

[14] https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/61119/images/47890_b372786-00011?pId=3792910

[15] https://yvng.yadvashem.org/nameDetails.html?language=en&itemId=11626084&ind=1

[16] https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/61119/images/47110_b388738-00130?pId=515159125

[17] https://yvng.yadvashem.org/nameDetails.html?language=en&itemId=4215598&ind=2

[18] https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elisabeth_Ganslandt

[a] https://yvng.yadvashem.org/index.html?language=en&s_lastName=Bayerthal&s_firstName=Hugo&s_place=&s_dateOfBirth=

[b] https://yvng.yadvashem.org/nameDetails.html?language=en&itemId=4860235&ind=2

[c] https://www.ancestry.com/discoveryui-content/view/4256117:60778?ssrc=pt&tid=34523572&pid=162408907046


      
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