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Bernhard@Vienna (#47878689)
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Alan Seid
RE: Sigmund Haas
Hi Bernhard,

Would you please email me the original uncompressed photos, hopefully they will be easier to read.

Thank you again for all your help
Alan
Added by Alan Seid on Sep 27, 2012 5:09 PM
Alan Seid
RE: Sigmund Haas
Hi Bernhard,

Thank you
Alan
Added by Alan Seid on Sep 27, 2012 5:30 AM
Alan Seid
RE: Sigmund Haas
Hi Bernhard,

Thank you very much. It is very interesting how you found the tombstone. What a great surprise.

Alan
Added by Alan Seid on Sep 26, 2012 6:31 AM
Alan Seid
Sigmund Haas
Hi Bernhard,

That you for taking a photo of Sigmund Haas's tombstone and the other photos of the WWI solders section in Zentralfriedhof Cemetery

You said "The section is for Soldiers from WW1, the numbering of the graves totally unclear ... I will check if someone in the Jewish Community has access to the original books from the cemetery" Did you find the original book and did it have any interesting information about Sigmund? For example parents names, place of death.

Would it be possible for you to copy the writing on the tombstone the next time you go to the cemetery, it is very hard to read.

Thank you very much for all the work you did in finding the location of Sigmund Haas's burial

Alan
Added by Alan Seid on Sep 26, 2012 6:17 AM
Timothy Birkner
RE: Birkner's
Thank you Bernhard!, Yes I watch a Youtube video of the cemetery, it is very large and mistical looking. I hope to one day visit your country. I lived and worked in Moscow, Russia back in 2003. It was cold! I spent 7 months there. I wanted to travel to other areas but I never did. Are from Austria? If so i bet it is beautiful there. I found cousins living here in the US related by blood. We both share the same great great grandparents. My great aunt Krindel Lea Birkner was married to a man named Wolf Kormis, they both died in WW-2, in Theresienstadt in 1942 & 1943, both in thier 70's.Wolf was my cousins great grandfather. Im just now learning the history of my family. It's an amazing journey! Away, thanks again for all you have done and well continue to do. Im 46 years old and still learning history..lol. Never too old to learn I say.
Added by Timothy Birkner on Aug 16, 2012 7:25 AM
Alan Seid
Sigmund Haas
Thank you for trying to find the grave of Sigmund Haas in Zentralfriedhof Cemetery. It is very nice of you to try and find someone who as access to the original cemetery books. I would also be interested in a photo of the section for WWI solders he is buried in.

Thank you for all your help
Alan
Added by Alan Seid on Aug 15, 2012 6:16 AM
Timothy Birkner
RE: Birkner's

Bernhard,

If by chance your back in the old Jewish section of the central cemetery, location ,TOR 1, I would love to see if you could find Emilie Birkner's headstone listed to be in T-1 53b-8-35. Born 1865 and died 1909. Same year as her mother Eva? She is my great aunt, sister of my great grandfather. She was married to Samuel Tuttmann. Please no rush on this this request at all, you have done alot already for me and I am forever in your debt. Thanks again for everything! Also what does the markings on the headstones say that are not spelled out in English or German? Is it Hebrew? I translated the German words but not the other letters. Just wondering what it means.
Added by Timothy Birkner on Aug 13, 2012 10:28 AM
Timothy Birkner
RE: Birkner's
This is wonderful!!! I thank you from the bottom of my heart! I never knew how large the cemetery was until I looked it up. You have brought me great comfort and joy finding my ancestors graves. You are an incredible human being with a giving spirit and what a wonderful blessing you are to all the people you help. Thanks again my friend and if their is something I can do for you here in the US, please let me know. Take all the time you need on this request, I understand you have a life too.
Added by Timothy Birkner on Aug 13, 2012 5:03 AM
John Donne
Robert Weigl
Hello Bernhard and thank you so much for the information on Robert Weigl. I will use it for his biography. If you ever happen to find a portrait or old photograph of Weigl, please feel free to add it to his memorial! If I can be of any help to you in the Los Angeles, Calif. area, please do not hesitate to contact me! All the best, John.
Added by John Donne on Jul 26, 2012 7:19 AM
Timothy Birkner
RE: Birkner's
Bernhard,

That would be great! Salomon and Hawa Itel= Eva Birkner had 5 children all together. Johann and Isodor Birkner are my great uncles, brothers of my great grandfather Hienrich/Henry Birkner. He died in 1933 here in the USA. He came to the USA in 1884. The rest of his family never made came to America. They alo had a sister my great aunt, born Krindel Lea Birkner and married Wolf Kormis. She and her husband died during WW-2. Anyway, I greatly enjoy researching family and I am glad you have a passion for helping others. Thanks again!
Added by Timothy Birkner on Jul 23, 2012 2:20 PM
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