Nathan Reiner – Deutschkreutz

Nathan Reiner – Deutschkreutz

Uri Tadmor sent the following inquiry:


I am a descendant of the REINER family from DEUTSCHKREUTZ. My great-great-grandfather Nathan Reiner was born in Deutschkreutz in the late 1830s and later moved to Vienna, where he died. He owned stables and supplied horses to the imperial household in Vienna. His sister was Johanna Löwy (nee Reiner), b. 1846 in Deutschkreutz, d. 1926 in Vienna. I don’t know if they had any other siblings. Any information about any family records or living or deceased relatives would be greatly appreciated. I can be contacted at

Thank you and shalom,

Uri Tadmor

4 Kommentare

    1. Uri Tadmor

      Dear Gert,

      Many, many thanks! This is absolutely amazing! It is hard to believe that someone would be so kind and go through all this trouble to help a stranger.

      I tried to make out their ages at the time of death–did I read correctly 62 for Nathan and 73 for Netti?

      I can’t wait to share this with my family–thank you again so much.

      All the best,


      1. Gert Polster

        Dear Uri,
        don’t mind. It just took me a few minutes to make a request at the genteam database.
        Yes, you figured out the ages exactly. It says that Nathan was “imperial and royal horse purveyor to the court” (kaiserlicher und königlicher Hof-Pferdelieferant) and was buried at his birthplace (Geburtsort) Deutschkreutz.
        Best wishes,

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