RAUDNITZ

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Updated 4 Feb 2018

Raudnitz, (Aron)
Raudnitz, Adolf
Raudnitz, David
Raudnitz, Earle Herman
Raudnitz, Franz
Raudnitz, Hermann Salomon
Raudnitz, Josef
Raudnitz, Karl
Raudnitz, Milton
Raudnitz, Moritz Salomon
Raudnitz, Noe
Raudnitz, Salomon Wolf
Raudnitz, Wilhelm
Raudnitzová, Cezilia
Raudnitzová, Elizabeth
Raudnitzová, Emilie
Raudnitzová, Gladys
Raudnitzová, Klara
Raudnitzová, Meta
Raudnitzová, Olga
Raudnitzová, Sophie
Raudnitzová, Theresia


Raudnitz, Hermann Salomon [ b. 26.1.1810, Prague - d. 1868, New York, NY, USA ] 
Hermann is the eldest - documented - surviving son of Salomon Wolf and Sara (née Kischová) Raudnitz. Some records suggest he had additional siblings who I have explicitly avoided including in this family tree owing to the fact that there were two contemporary Salomon Raudnitzes; from the available records it's not clear to which Salomon Raudnitz family those children belong. Regardless, the existing familiant record provides for a marriage or consensus date of 13 August 1843 for Hermann and his wife Johanna née Tellerová. the couple had the 9 identified children here including a set of twins in Franz and Elizabeth. From the available Czech records and additional records provided by the LDS folks, it appears the family permanently resettled in the U.S. in or around 1870.

Parents:
Raudnitz, Salomon Wolf
Kischová, Sara

Spouse(s):
Tellerová, Johanna

Children:
Raudnitz, Adolf
Raudnitz, Franz
Raudnitz, Karl
Raudnitzová, Cezilia
Raudnitzová, Elizabeth
Raudnitzová, Emilie
Raudnitzová, Klara
Raudnitzová, Olga
Raudnitzová, Sophie


Raudnitz, Moritz Salomon [ b. 21.7.1817, Josefov 216, Prague - d. 18.3.1873, "Rabinsgaße 217, Prague ] 
Moritz was one of the youngest sons of Salomon Wolf and Sara (née Kischová) Raudnitz. Scarely any information is available on Moritz and his wife, Johanna Günstlingová, my 2nd-great grand auntie. The available records give their wedding as 28 October 1849 at the High Synagogue in Prague, but that date shortly follows the relaxation of the so-called familiant rules; as such it's possible they were married or betrothed before that "official" date. It isn't clear whether they had any children. Moritz died from complications due to tuberculosis and was apparently survived by his wife; curiously his record of death appears to name her "Julia gb. Günstling." The last update on the family's census record is 1 January 1881, with no notation of her passing. This suggests Johanna survived him by at least those ~8 years. Her fate is as yet unknown.

Parents:
Raudnitz, Salomon Wolf
Kischová, Sara

Spouse(s):
Günstlingová, Johanna

Children:

Unknown

 

Raudnitz, Theresia [ b. 24.1.1808, Josefov 216, Prague - d. ? ] 
There is an "Esther" Raudnitz born on the above date at the known Raudnitz-family home at Josefov 216 to Salomon and Sara who is probably the same person. It's not unusual to find a mix of civil and Hebrew names in those old records, so I've erred on the side of probability in this case and included her here.

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