Neufeld Isak – 10. März 1909

Neufeld Isak – 10. März 1909

Isak Neufeld, 17. Adar 5669 (Mittwoch, 10. März 1909)

  • Foto: Grabstein von Isak Neufeld, 17. Adar 5669
  • Datenblatt Isidor Öhler: Isak Neufeld, 17. Adar 5669


Anmerkungen

Die unvollständigen Matrikendaten sind wohl darauf zurückzuführen, dass die Eintragung erst am 26. April 1910 erfolgte.
Die Datumsdifferenz zwischen hebräischem Datum (17. Adar = 10. März) und dem Datum in den Matriken (08. März) ist nicht zu erklären bzw. vielleicht auch auf die späte Eintragung zurückzuführen.

Auch in der hebräischen Inschrift (Zeile 1) ist angemerkt, dass Isak Neufeld in “Neustadt” stirbt בניישטאדט.

Als Akrostichon finden sich sein Vorname “Isak” יצחק sowohl in Zeile 6 als auch vertikal von Zeile 6 – 9 und der Segenswunsch “a(uf ihm sei der) F(riede)” in Zeile 10 עה.


Biografische Notizen

Sterbematriken: Ignaz (Isak) Neufeld, Rentner, wh. Wr. Neustadt, Bognergasse 13, verstorben am 08. März 1909, mit 75 Jahren an Krebs


Personenregister jüdischer Friedhof Mattersburg


8 Kommentare

  1. Chaya-Bathya Markovits

    Rabbiner Kinstlicher fragt hierzu:
    מדוע לא יועבר כל החומר עליו ליצחק נויפלד הראשון, ששם רשום באמת שאביו הוא דוד, ואילו כאן לא מוזכר כלל שם האב.

  2. Carole Vogel

    Yitzchok Stroh thinks that is extremely unlikely that the stepmother’s name would be put on the tombstone. He suggests that the birth mother was also named Tzirel. I cannot find a woman names Tzirl or Cilli in the Mattersdorf death records in 1833-1836. The birth mother could have died between 1830 and 1832 (before the metrical records started) and the father waited quite a while before remarrying.

  3. Carole Vogel

    @Johannes: My dyslexia is kicking in — two men with fathers with the same name, who died within 24 hours of each other and have records written in Hebrew and German and not a single word in English is just too much for my American-English-tuned brain to keep straight . Sorry for the confusion.

  4. Carole Vogel

    I missed the fact that there were two different Isak Neufeld’s who died within a day of each other. And this helps clear up some of the mystery. I don’t think Isak Neufeld the son of David Loeb and Bela has deep roots in Mattersdorf.

    I am wondering if the town Kirchburg on both tombstones is another name for the town of Neufeld.

    I think Isak Neufeld the son of Tzirl is the husband of Ema Rosenburger mentioned in my first comment. However, there is still a problem. This Isak Neufeld had a father named David who married the widow Zilli (Zirl) Kohn in 1836. Military records show that Isak was born in 1830. Additionally, Zilli gave birth to children in 1835, 1837, and 1838, none of whom were Isak. So I think that Zirl was Isak’s stepmother and that the name of the birth mother has been lost.

  5. Carole Vogel

    This might be the Isak Neufeld son of David who was born in 1830, married Ema Rosenberg, and lived in Wiesen. He had five daughters and one son. However there are two reasons why I am not completely certain. Isak the husband of Ema appears in the Hebrew records as the son of David not as the son of David Loeb. Usually the name of the father as it appears on a tombstone is how it appears in the Hebrew record. Second the reference to the town of Kirchburg on the tombstone is problematic. Does it mean that he was born there and that his ancestors came from there? If so it can’t be Isak the husband of Ema because his family line can be traced in Mattersdorf all the way back to the expulsion from the town of Neufeld. Incidentally, one of the Isak’s ancestors died in the cholera epidemic of 1831.

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