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Bernhard@Vienna (#47878689)
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Alan Seid
Sigmund Haas
Dear Bernhard,

You took the photo for Sigumnd Haas in Zentralfriedhof Cemetery Find A Grave Memorial# 94308968. I can not read the German writing on the gravestone. Would you please send the German writing when you have time and go to the cemetery.

Thank you
Added by Alan Seid on Mar 31, 2016 10:37 AM
Timothy Birkner
Hello Bernhard!
Hi Bernhard,

It's me Tim Birkner from the USA. You helped me back in 2012 but I have not heard from you i a long time. I sent emails but not sure if you received them. I just wanted to check on your work and see if you are available to email me? I hope your doing well my friend.

You help me find many of my ancestors in Vienna and even sent me data on their history! it was the best gift that I ever received in my life. I am truly grateful to you and your work! Hope you hear from you again soon.

Thank you,

Tim Birkner
Added by Timothy Birkner on Dec 03, 2015 8:00 PM
RE: More on the Bronner family
I would love to have the details of the family connection. Can you send me some linking information? I know a great deal about the Bronners from Sporyz in Poland, from whom Jacob Bronner of Vienna's Jewish Museum descended. I think I know of all his brothers and their children and I cannot find Gerhard. BUT I WOULD BE VERY HAPPY TO BE PROVED WRONG! and so would the living Bronners, one of whom asked me about the possible connection just yesterday.

So please help by giving me the details,

Added by wilfo101 on Oct 23, 2015 4:07 AM
More on the Bronner family
I can now answer my own question...sorry.
I found on that Gerhard's parents were Jakob and Sarah. MY Bronners' parents were Adolf(Abraham) and Amalia (Malkah) so Gerhard and my folk were not close relatives, if at all

Added by wilfo101 on Oct 21, 2015 12:22 PM
The Bronner Family
Dear Bernhard, I am researching the Bronner family,formerly of Vienna, of which my late dear friend Felix Bronner was a member. I have seen a reference that Gerhard Bronner was the nephew of Yaakov Bronner former director of the Jewish Museum in Vienna, who was my friend Felix's uncle. But I have not been able to find any direct paper trail connection between Gerhard and the Bronners whom I have been researching. Do you have any information that can help me here? The Bronners that I have been looking into, are descended from Felix's grandparents,Abraham and Malka Bronner. If I can establish that Gerhard's father was also the son of Abraham and Malka, then I will have made this connection. I do hope that you will be able to help me. Wilfred Stein
Added by wilfo101 on Oct 16, 2015 4:14 AM
Timothy Birkner
RE: Birkner's
Hi Bernhard! Are you still helping others with find a grave? I tried to contact you but i have not had any luck. Just wanted to see how your doing. Please contact me if you get this message.

Thanks! Timothy Birkner.
Added by Timothy Birkner on Jun 23, 2015 7:48 PM
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
Added by Alan Seid on Sep 27, 2012 5:09 PM
Alan Seid
RE: Sigmund Haas
Hi Bernhard,

Thank you
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.

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

Added by Alan Seid on Sep 26, 2012 6:17 AM
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