SIMON LUSTIG family
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Updated 3 July 2017

Lustig, Alois
Lustig, Arthur
Lustig, Emil (1882)
Lustig, Emil (?)
Lustig, František (1905)
Lustig, Hugo (1876)
Lustig, Hugo (1879)
Lustig, Jakob
Lustig, Jiří Bedřich František
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Lustig, Josef (1887)
Lustig, Josef (1912)
Lustig, Josef (?)
Lustig, Karel (1895)
Lustig, Leo
Lustig, Otto (1878)
Lustig, Otto (1901)
Lustig, Petr
Lustig, Rudolf
Lustig, Simon
Lustig, Wilhelm
Lustigová, Anna
Lustigová, Blanka
Lustigová, Eleonore
Lustigová, Emilie
Lustigová, Hanna
Lustigová, Hermine
Lustigová, Irma (1900)
Lustigová, Irma (?)
Lustigová, Kamilla
Lustigová, Marie (1849)
Lustigová, Marie (1890)
Lustigová, Marie (1908)
Lustigová, Marie (?)
Lustigová, Milena
Lustigová, Mina
Lustigová, Olga (1878)
Lustigová, Olga (1884)
Lustigová, Stefanie
Lustigová, Zdeňka (1907)
Lustigová, Zdeňka (1920)


Lustig, Alois [ b. ?, Bohemia - d. ?, Bohemia ]
Alois was (probably) the youngest son of Simon and Theresia (née Steinerová) Lustig. I haven't located any vital records for him, but he was probably born c. 1852-3, somewhere between Prague and Kouřím. There's a long and winding road of records that leads to some picture of Alois's life. Starting with the simple - Alois was an economist. His mother's obituary refers to his wife as Anna née Kraus, but that is the only record that does so; all the others, including the marriage record and vital records for his children, refer to her as Bertha née Kraus. Alois and Bertha were married in Plaňany on 13 February 1879. Together they had four children. It is worth noting that the Zásmuky Jewish birth registry is incorrectly bound, so some pages (which show a child's birth information on the left, and his/her parents on the right - typical of all Jewish birth registries of the time) are mismatched, leading a less attentive researcher to believe there were at least two more children born to this couple. This is not the case, however. Curiously there appears to be a 12-year gap between the couple's marriage and the birth of their first child. That is an anomaly which we cannot address with the current stable of records. The marriage record doesn't indicate the ages of the couple, or their domestic status (single, divorced, or widowed) - this missing information is rather unusual, especially considering all of the other entries in the same book have it. Finally we should note that Bertha was the sister of Paula, second wife our Alois's brother Jakob. As noted elsewhere on this site, family intermarriage as such wasn't especially uncommon at that time.

Parents:
Lustig, Simon
Steinerová, Theresia

Spouse(s):
Krausová, Bertha

Children:
Lustig, Josef (1887)
Lustig, Rudolf (1889)
Lustigová, Emilie
Lustigová, Stefanie


Lustig, Arthur [ b. 18.8.1881, Plaňany, Bohemia - d. ?, Bohemia ] Police Conscription Document Police Conscription Document Police Conscription Document Obituary, Prager Tagblatt, 30 October 1930
Arthur was one of eight known children born to Jakob and Anna (née Bondyová) Lustig. In life Arthur was a bank officer, probably based in Plaňany. He married Emilie Klingerová, daughter of Karel and Marie (née Lustigová) Klinger - his first cousin - on 14 April 1907 at the Hotel Bristol in Prague. They appear to have had only one child, a son, who was born in Prague, which suggests they lived there at least part time. I haven't located any information concerning either Arthur's or Emilie's death, but there's a possibilty Arthur passed away in 1930 - an obituary published by his company says he was a the director of operations of a cement-making firm in Prague. Nothing negates this possibility, so I've included the obituary (linked above) for reference. Unfortunately we're missing Prager Tagblatt newspapers from surrounding days so we don't know if his family published a separate obituary. There is an August 1930 obituary for a 23-year old Jiří Lustig, son of Arthur and "Milena" - probably their son (Milena and Emilie could be used interchangably).

Parents:
Lustig, Jakob
Bondyová, Anna

Spouse(s):
Klingerová, Emilie

Children:
Lustig, Jiří Bedřich František


Lustig, Emil (1882) [ b. 11.6.1882, Kouřím, Bohemia - d. 1942, Maly Trostinec, Belarus ]
Emil was a son of Josef and Rosa (née Klingerová) Lustig. Emil worked with or for his father on their tenant farm in Rtanov, a hamlet in Klamoš near Chlumec nad Cidlinou. Emil married Olga Brunnerová at the Hotel Bristol in Prague on 25 August 1907. Together they had two children, both born near Podbořany. Sometime between his marriage and his mother's 1930 passing, Emil seems to have moved his family to Haj ve Slezsku, near Ostrava in the far eastern part of Moravia - basically on the Czech-Slovak border. It's not clear what he was doing there, and as far as we can tell there is no family connection to the area (his wife was from Zahornice). They moved around a lot, clearly. Emil and his family lived with my grandmother's uncle at the latter's villa and estate in Štěrboholy leading up to their expulsion to the concentration camps in Poland. Emil, his wife, and their son all perished in the Holocaust. The fate of his daughter is not clear.

Narozen 11. 06. 1882
Poslední bydliště před deportací: Štěrboholy
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Uhříněves
Transport Bg, č. 435 (12. 09. 1942, Praha -> Terezín)
Transport Bn, č. 844 (22. 09. 1942, Terezín -> Malý Trostinec)
Zahynul

Parents:
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Klingerová, Rosa

Spouse(s):
Brunnerová, Olga

Children:
Lustig, Josef (1912)
Lustigová, Marie (1908)


Lustig, Hugo (1876) [ b. 21.8.1876, Kouřím, Bohemia - d. 1942, Treblinka, Poland ] Bird Hunting Request (1 of 3) Bird Hunting Request (2 of 3) Bird Hunting Request (3 of 3) Police Conscription Application (1 of 2) Police Conscription Application (2 of 2) Passport (1 of 2) Passport (2 of 2) Passport Photograph Residency Application 1 (1 of 2) Residency Application 1 (2 of 2) Residency Application 1 Photograph Residency Application 2 (1 of 2) Residency Application 2 (2 of 2) Residency Application 2 Photograph
Hugo Lustig (1876)Hugo was the eldest son of Josef and Rosa (née Klingerová) Lustig. From the available records it appears, like many of his siblings, he worked either with or for his father in Rtanov. Hugo was an economist - probably involved in agriculture/agronomy in the service of the family businesses. Hugo married Ida Stein at the Hotel Bristol in Prague on 18 November 1900. Together they had three children. The couple also seem to have moved around a lot - the conscription records (linked above) point to them living in Karlín, Žižkov, and Old Town Prague in the span of a few years. The same records also say he was from what appears to be Ouběnice - to the east of Votice about 50km. Hugo and two of the three children perished at the hands of the Nazis, but the fates of his wife and son Otto are unknown. As for Ida, we know she survived until at least 1939 - the Czech Holocaust archive have published some records which show this to be the case. The archive have also included some pictures of Hugo. Unfortunately due to the condition of the pictures no amount of restoration effort will yield substantially better images, so I've left the originals as-is. It's worth noting that one of the records the archive have published is a 1904 official request - made by Hugo - for permission to shoot birds.

Narozen 21. 08. 1876
Poslední bydliště před deportací: Praha VII
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Praha VII, Janovského 5
Transport AAu, č. 361 (27. 07. 1942, Praha -> Terezín)
Transport Bw, č. 1388 (19. 10. 1942, Terezín -> Treblinka)
Zahynul

Parents:
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Klingerová, Rosa

Spouse(s):
Steinová, Ida

Children:
Lustig, František (1905)
Lustig, Otto (1901)
Lustigová, Zdeňka


Lustig, Hugo (1879) [ b. 21.12.1879, Plaňany, Bohemia - d. ?, Bohemia ]
Hugo was one of eight known children born to Jakob and Anna (née Bondyová) Lustig. He married Elsa Guttamannová at the Hotel Bristol in Prague on 1 September 1907 - their marriage is also reflected in the Nachod Jewish marriage registry, apparently because that's where Hugo lived prior to getting married. His occupation is also noted in the marriage record - looks like he may have been the owner of a printing shop. I've identified only one children from the marriage but it's just as likely as not that they had more children. Hugo may have passed away before the Holocaust, but sadly his wife, daughter, and and her family were all taken.

Parents:
Lustig, Jakob
Bondyová, Anna

Spouse(s):
Guttmannová, Elsa

Children:
Lustigová, Anna


Lustig, Jakob [ b. 7.6.1850, Přebozy 20, Bohemia - 29.9.1889, Český Brod, Bohemia ] Obituary, Prager Tagblatt, 30 September 1889
Jakob was the middle son of Simon and Theresia (née Steinerová) Lustig. While there is scant information in vital records about Jakob's life, his obituary gives an expansive list of his relatives - such a record allows us to add a lot of detail to the overall family tree and to confirm pieces that were previously speculative or unsure. Jakob married twice - first to Anna née Bondyová (a member of the very large Bondy family from Liteň, about whom I have produced more coherent research than any other genealogist), and second to Paula née Kraus, the sister of Jakob's brother's wife Bertha. Unfortunately we have no dates for either marriage, but the first marriage probably took place around 1875. The second was no doubt shortly after his wife's death and not long before his own, probably in 1887. All of his seven known children appear to have been with Anna. Jakob died at home in Český Brod from complications of pneumonia at the young age of 39, and was buried in the Přistoupim Jewish cemetery.

Parents:
Lustig, Simon
Steinerová, Theresia

Spouse(s):
Bondyová, Anna - deceased
Krausová, Paula

Children with Anna:
Lustig, Arthur
Lustig, Emil (?)
Lustig, Hugo (1879)
Lustig, Josef (?)
Lustigová, Hermine
Lustigová, Marie (?)
Lustigová, Olga (1878)

Children with Paula:
Unknown/None


Lustig, Josef (1851) [ b. 22.5.1851, Sedlčany, Bohemia - d. 6.3.1929, Rokle (Kadaň), Bohemia ] Main Obituary, Prager Tagblatt, 8 March 1929 Obituary, Prager Tagblatt, 8 March 1929
Josef was a son of Simon and Theresia (née Steinerová) Lustig. As far as I understand, Josef was at first a tenant farmer - sort of a homesteader - in the Kadaň area, but was successful and established himself and his family as legitimate landowners and farmers not only in that area but elsewhere. He married Rosa Klingerová, the sister of my great-great-grandfather Josef Klinger, at the Kunratice Synagogue on 22 December 1875. Together they had 11 children that we know of, but it's possible there were more. With one exception, all of their children who survived to adulthood were murdered by the Germans during the Holocaust. Josef died at home in Rokle at 11:45am, from influenza and pneumonia. He's bured in the Kadaň Jewish cemetery. It's worth reiterating that Josef's sister Marie married Rosa's brother Karel Klinger, tying the families strongly together. Curiously, the smaller obituary (linked above) says he was "formerly a good landlord in Rtanov," a sort of farming enclave near Chlumec nad Cidlinou. Rtanov is clearly still a farming area, but the habitable part is not even noted on Google Maps as such - it just says "Klamoš."

Parents:
Lustig, Simon
Steinerová, Theresia

Spouse(s):
Klingerová, Rosa

Children:
Lustig, Emil (1882)
Lustig, Hugo (1876)
Lustig, Karel (1895)
Lustig, Leo
Lustig, Otto (1878)
Lustig, Wilhelm
Lustigová, Irma (1900)
Lustigová, Kamilla
Lustigová, Marie (1890)
Lustigová, Mina
Lustigová, Olga (1884)


Lustig, Karel (1895) [ b. 22.7.1895, Lužec nad Cidlinou, Bohemia - d. 1942, Sobibór, Poland ]
Karel was one of eleven children born to Josef and Rosa (née Klingerová) Lustig. He was apparently born in Lužec nad Cidlinou, rather than Kouřím and other areas like his siblings, no doubt because his parents moved around quite a lot. Like most of his brothers he was a tenant farmer on his family's farmstead property in Rtanov, in Klamoš - not far from Lužec. Karel married Pavla Steinová (not the sister of Karel's brother's wife Ida) at the Palace Hotel in Prague on 23 March 1922. We don't have clear documentation for any offspring the couple might have had, but the Czech Holocaust archive published records for two girls in the same deportation sequnce as Karel and his wife, suggesting they were the couple's daughters. I've included them here as probable. All were killed in the Holocaust, most probably at Sobibór. In point of fact there were no survivors from the AAk transport. The same archive records say they lived in Kutná Hora prior to their deportation.

Narozen 22. 07. 1895
Poslední bydlište pred deportací: Zbraslavice
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Kutná Hora
Transport AAb, c. 589 (05. 06. 1942, Kolín -> Terezín)
Transport AAk, c. 629 (12. 06. 1942, Terezín -> Trawniki)
Zahynul

Parents:
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Klingerová, Rosa

Spouse(s):
Steinová, Pavla

Children:
Lustigová, Hanna
Lustigová, Milena


Lustig, Leo [ b. 16.8.1886, Kouřím, Bohemia - d. 1942, Auschwitz, Poland ]
Leo was a son of Josef and Rosa (née Klingerová) Lustig. Leo married Ella Schwenger on 7 March 1915 at the Hotel Bristol in Prague. According to their marriage record he was a "Gutspächter" - a tenant farmer, like most of the other men in his family. The record says he was from "Galdhof" which is actually Jalovisko, a farming village attached to the town of Měnín in Moravia, not far from Brno. At the time of his mother's death in 1930, Leo and Ella appear to have been on the family farm in Rokle. Regardless of where they were, they had one daughter we know of. She was an escapee as she filed Pages of Testimony at Yad Vashem for her parents in 1999; the record specifically says she was not a survivor, but obviously she got through somehow. The record also says Leo and Ella had three children.

Narozen 16. 08. 1886
Poslední bydliště před deportací: Sluštice
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Přistoupim
Transport AAb, č. 734 (05. 06. 1942, Kolín -> Terezín)
Transport By, č. 655 (26. 10. 1942, Terezín -> Osvětim)
Zahynul

Parents:
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Klingerová, Rosa

Spouse(s):
Schwengerová, Ella

Children:
Lustigová, Irma (?)


Lustig, Simon [ b. c.1816, Bohemia - d. 16.8.1903, Kouřím 162, Bohemia ] Obituary, Prager Tagblatt, 18 August 1903
Simon is the earliest-identified member of this Lustig family line, although some subsequent documentation appear to give his father as Jakob Lustig of Gram. In life Simon was involved in real estate, most probably in the Kouřím area. He married Theresia Steinerová in Blinka, a hamlet near Plaňany, on 13 August 1849. This Lustig family seemed to have built their lives almost exclusively in this area - Kouřím, Plaňany, Blinka, and Přistoupim (where Simon was buried), are all near to one another, and are all locations which figure prominently in the broader Klinger family and its history. The family also appear to have moved around the area quite a lot - they may have kept multiple residences or they simple relocated frequently. Simon and Theresia had the five children listed here, possibly more. Two of their children, Josef and Marie, married into the Klinger family (Josef to Rosa Klingerová and Marie to Rosa's brother Karel Klinger), tying the families substantially together. Simon died at home, apparently from pneumonia, although the obituary suggests he died simply from old age. At the time of his death it appears he had no surviving siblings, but he probably had some who passed away before him.

Parents:
Lustig, Jakob
Unknown

Spouse(s):
Steinerová, Theresia

Children:
Lustig, Alois
Lustig, Jakob
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Lustigová, Eleonore
Lustigová, Marie (1849)


Lustig, Wilhelm [ b. 28.6.1888, Kouřím, Bohemia - d. ? ]
Wihelm (in some later records appropriately spelled Vilém) was one of 11 known children of Josef and Rosa (née Klinger) Lustig. Like many of his siblings he was a tenant farmer in Rtanov, near Klamoš - almost surely a property owned by his father. Wilhelm married Else Steinová on 28 March 1920 at the Hotel Bristol in Prague. There aren't many available Jewish records following the 1918 formation of the Czechoslovak republic, so we don't have any records of birth for his children. From Holocaust-era records it seems they had two daughters. By his mother's 1930 passing, Wilhelm and family apparently lived in Obora, near Louny. By the time the deporations started around 1941, the family had returned to Prague. Wilhelm's fate is not known at this time - I haven't yet completed a survey of late 1930s Prague records of death, but I suspect he died around that time. His wife and both daughters perished in the Holocaust.

Parents:
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Klingerová, Rosa

Spouse(s):
Steinová, Elsa

Children:
Lustigová, Blanka
Lustigová, Zdeňka (1920)


Lustigová, Eleonore [ b. 1.5.1846, Blinka 15, Bohemia - d. ? ]
Eleonore was the eldest of the five known children of Simon and Theresia (née Steinerová) Lustig. She married Karl Kleiner around 1875, probablu in either Plaňany or nearby Kouřím. Together they had at least three children. At this time the fates of both Eleonore and her husband Karl are unknown, either due to gaps in records from that area or because they may have moved elsewhere within or away from the Czech lands.

Parents:
Lustig, Simon
Steinerová, Theresia

Spouse(s):
Kleiner, Karl

Children:
Kleiner, Gottlieb
Kleiner, Rudolf
Kleinerová, Klara


Lustigová, Hermine [ b. 17.5.1876, Plaňany?, Bohemia - d. 7.8.1942, Łódź Ghetto, Poland ] Statement on Concession Application 1 (1 of 2) Statement on Concession Application 1 (2 of 2) Statement on Concession Application 2 (1 of 2) Statement on Concession Application 2 (2 of 2) Passport Application 1 (1 of 2) Passport Application 1 (2 of 2) Passport Application 1 Photograph Passport Application 2 (1 of 2) Passport Application 2 (2 of 2) Passport Application 2 Photograph
Hermine BallenbergerováHermine was the eldest of at least eight children born to Jakob and Anna (née Bondyová) Lustig. I suspect she was born in or near Plaňany, but the sole Prague police conscription record for her family says she was from Český Brod. She married Leopold Ballenberger, probably in the Prague area, on 24 May 1904. They lived in Smichov but the marriage is not listed in the Smichov Jewish books, nor is it in the main Prague books. Leopold was from Braník (Prague south) so perhaps the record is in an as-yet-unavailable book which contains records from that area. Together they had at least three children. According to the available documentation there is a gap of twelve years between the births of their second and third children, so it's possible they had other children who passed away in that interim. Hermina died in the Łódź Ghetto, as did her son Zdenko. I've included some records published by the Czech Holocaust archive, linked above, including two photos from respective passport applications. Unfortunately the pictures are in bad shape, and the scans are faulty, so I've made no attempt to restore the images. Last residence, ulice Filipa de Monte 19, Prague.


narozena 17.05.1876
poslední bydlište pred deportací: Praha: V
adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Praha: V., Philipp de Monte-Gasse 19 [V., ul., Filipa de Monte 19], c/o Labenhard
transport C-908 (26.10.1941 Praha -> Lodž)
zahynula 07.08.1942 Lódz

Parents:
Lustig, Jakob
Bondyová, Anna

Spouse(s):
Ballenberger, Leopold

Children:
Ballenberger, Karel
Ballenberger, Zdenko
Ballenbergerová, Anna


Lustigová, Irma (1900) [ b. 26.4.1900, Rtanov-Klamoš (Chlumec nad Cidlinou), Bohemia - d. 1943, Auschwitz, Poland ]
Irma was the youngest of 11 children of Josef and Rosa (née Klinger) Lustig. She was born on the family farmstead at Rtanov, an enclave which still exists and which is still a farming center. She married Robert Glaser, also from a farming family, on 15 August 1920 at the Hotel de Saxe in Prague. Together they had at least one child. While it's possible they lived in either Rtanov or Lenešice (Robert's family farmstead), they settled in Prague until the deportations. The entire family were lost in the Holocaust. Last residence V Olšinách 1330, Prague.

Narozena 26. 04. 1900
Poslední bydliště před deportací: Praha XIII
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Praha XIII, V Olšinách 1330
Transport AAt, č. 471 (23. 07. 1942, Praha -> Terezín)
Transport Dl, č. 616 (06. 09. 1943, Terezín -> Osvětim)
Zahynula

Parents:
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Klingerová, Rosa

Spouse(s)
:
Glaser, Robert

Children:
Glaser, Pavel


Lustigová, Kamilla [ b. 13.2.1892, 1882/II (Prague), Bohemia - d. 1943, Auschwitz, Poland ]
Kamilla was one of 11 children of Josef and Rosa (née Klinger) Lustig. She married Julius Freund of Zbraslavice, evidently at the Hotel Stephan in Prague on 17 August 1913. So far we have not conclusively identified the couple's offspring, but there is a František Freund (not to be confused with Julius's brother František, who was married to Kamilla's sister Olga) who the Czech Holocaust archive have placed in the same deportation squence as Kamilla, and apparently at the same address. Julius may have passed away before or during the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia, but Kamilla and her ostensible son both perished in Auschwitz. Last residence, Zbraslavice.

Narozena 13. 02. 1892
Poslední bydliště před deportací: Zbraslavice
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Kutná Hora
Transport AAb, č. 576 (05. 06. 1942, Kolín -> Terezín)
Transport Dm, č. 4180 (06. 09. 1943, Terezín -> Osvětim)
Zahynula

Parents:
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Klingerová, Rosa

Spouse(s):
Freund, Julius

Children:
Freund, František - speculative


Lustigová, Mina [ b. 28.12.1880, Kouřím, Bohemia - d. 1943, Auschwitz, Poland ] Police Conscription Document
Mina (short for Wilhelmine) was one of 11 known children of Josef and Rosa (née Klinger) Lustig. Mina married Hugo Poláček on 7 August 1900 in Chlumec nad Cidlinou. Together they had three children, all of whom were born in different places - Milena in Rtanov-Klamoš, just outside of Chlumec; Zdeňka at his parent's home in Nova Hospoda, and, Leo evidently in Podbořany. By his mother's 1920 passing they lived in Měrunice in the Sudeten Czech north. By the time of the occupation and Holocaust the family were again living in Prague. Both Hugo and Mina perished in Auschwitz, as did their son Leo, although Leo evidently had children who escaped to South America. The fates of the other two children are unknown at this time. Last residence, Humboldtova 31, Prague.

Narozena 28. 12. 1880
Poslední bydliště před deportací: Praha XII
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Praha XII, Humboldtova 31/821
Transport AAq, č. 902 (13. 07. 1942, Praha -> Terezín)
Transport Dr, č. 1605 (15. 12. 1943, Terezín -> Osvětim)
Zahynula

Parents:
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Klingerová, Rosa

Spouse(s):
Poláček (Pollatschek), Hugo (1872)

Children:
Poláček, Leo Kamill
Poláčková, Milena
Poláčková, Zdeňka


Lustigová, Olga (1878) [ b. 2.1.1878, Plaňany, Bohemia - d. ? ]
Olga was one of eight known children of to Jakob and Anna (née Bondyová) Lustig. She married Karl Löwit on 1 September 1895 at the Hotel Engelhof in Prague. Together they had three children, but to date I've found a vital records pertaining only to daughter Anna and her family. We know she survived her husband, who passed away in 1931, but there are no available records concerning her death. It doesn't look like she died in the Holocaust, so it's probable she passed away sometime between late-1931 and the onset of the Nazi occupation in 1939 or possibly after, but before the deporations began in earnest in late-1941.

Parents:
Lustig, Jakob
Bondyová, Anna

Spouse(s):
Löwit, Karl

Children:
Löwit, Franz
Löwit, Paul
Löwitová, Anna


Lustigová, Olga (1884) [ b. 25.3.1884, Kouřím, Bohemia - d. 1942, Treblinka, Poland ]
Olga was one of 11 known children of Josef and Rosa (née Klinger) Lustig. She married František Freund on 1 May 1905, according to the birth records of their four so-far identified children, presumably in Zbraslavice. From the Czech Holocaust archive records it's clear they had two more children - Adolfina and Františka. Although the family clearly lived in Zbraslavice for some time, at least until 1912, they ended up returning to Prague. Both František and Olga perished in Treblinka, as did their son Hanuš. Zdeněk perished in Auschwitz. The fates of Marie, Adolfina, and Františka are as yet unknown, but it appears Otto passed away as a child or young man. It's worth noting that her husband's brother Julius was married to Olga's sister Kamilla. Last residence for all who perished, Sudoměřická 19, Prague.

Narozena 25. 03. 1884
Poslední bydliště před deportací: Praha XI
Adresa/místo registrace v Protektorátu: Praha XI, Sudoměřická 19
Transport AAp, č. 692 (09. 07. 1942, Praha -> Terezín)
Transport Bw, č. 134 (19. 10. 1942, Terezín -> Treblinka)
Zahynula

Parents:
Lustig, Josef (1851)
Klingerová, Rosa

Spouse(s):
Freund, František

Children:
Freund, Hanuš
Freund, Otto
Freund, Zdeněk
Freundová, Adolfina
Freundová, Františka
Freundová, Marie



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