Bayer, Samuel

Male 1758 - 1805  (47 years)


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  • Name Bayer, Samuel  [1
    Born 1758  Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Also Known As Samuel Joseph 
    CAUS inflammation of pancreas  [2
    Census 1783  Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Samuel Joseph, son of Joseph Samuel, married with no children, schnittwaren=draperies
    AKA (Facts Pg) Bef 1785  Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Samuel Joseph
    Residence Between 1785 and 1796  Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    • cottage II
    AKA (Facts Pg) Aft 1785  Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    • Samuel Bayer
    Census 1793  Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • peddler--Samuel Payer, without Schutz
      wife Rachel
      firstborn son Nathan, single
      son Gabriel, single
      daughter Sara
      daughter Maria

      footnote 37:
      hereof four more householders written ditto so that they write without Schutz, according to ___ but more likely has been Schlusselberg
    Census 1799  Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Bayer Samuel
      Members of family:
      Nathan

      Personal data:
      age: unknown present: unknown
      marital status: unknown familial status: unknown
      children: unknown sex: male
      sons: ?
      daughters: ? ordinal number: ?
      wife`s name: unknown
      the amount of contribution: ? owns imperialpermission? unknown
      from when does he live? ? owns habitants rights? unknown
      livelihoods: unknown
      Wedding consensus:
      village: Kasejovice manor: Lná?e
      country: unknown when awarded? 1783
      Note: -
      Topographical and registration information:
      region: Práche?ský current district: Strakonice
      the administrative unit: Lná?e a Slatina type of administrative unit: farm
      the smaller admin. unit: - the type of the smaller admin. unit: unknown
      house number: ?
      Include the protection of:
      village: unknown
      manor: unknown
      country: unknown
      came from: left where:
      village: unknown village: unknown
      manor: unknown manor: unknown
      country: unknown country: unknown
      The inventory drawn up: unknown
      Ownership and other details:
      property: unknown
      way property: unknown type of property: unknown
      Note: -

      Record from year: 1799
      http://www.projektsoupis.cz/adetail.php?id=1&id1=Bayer&id2=unknown&id3=unknown&id4=-&id5=Pr%C3%A1che%C5%88sk%C3%BD&id6=Samuel&id7=2159
    Occupation Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    • Shopkeeper--Piece Goods
    Religion Jewish familiant  [4
    _UID 11AF5731339F44A6A01F944C0744731A7BFC 
    Died 11 Feb 1805  Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • age 47 per death register
    Person ID I2648  Buyer, Stier and Related Families
    Last Modified 22 May 2015 

    DNA Tests  1 person has linked a DNA test to Bayer, Samuel 
    Test TypeTaken ByHaplogroup Test Information
    Y-DNA-500144 PrivateE-M35 

    Father Bayer, Josef,   b. Abt 1745,   d. Between 1785 and 1793  (Age ~ 40 years) 
    Mother unknown Bayer wife,   d. Aft 1783 
    _UID BC68F86163104F75AB881DE00AC22D88654A 
    Documents
    Annotated plan of the Jewish quarter of Kasejovice
    Annotated plan of the Jewish quarter of Kasejovice
    Albums
    Jewish Communities of Bohemia: Kasejovice
    Jewish Communities of Bohemia: Kasejovice (54)
    Information about the Jewish Community of Kasejovice in the Prachensky region of Bohemia, including description, history, records, and photos
    Family ID F2236  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Goetschal, Katharina,   b. 1752,   d. 1819, Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years) 
    Married 1783 
    _UID 58B92AD1A0AB4BC3B797E806DD7F0E444F9A 
    Children 
     1. Bayer, Nathan,   b. 1785, Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Jan 1818, Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 33 years)
     2. Bayer, Jacob,   b. 1787,   d. 1820, Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 33 years)
     3. Bayer, Beril,   b. 1788, Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Bayer, Sarah,   b. 1790, Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1803, Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 13 years)
     5. Bayer, Maria,   b. 1793
     6. Bayer, Roesl,   b. 1794, Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Find all individuals with events at this location
    Documents
    Annotated plan of the Jewish quarter of Kasejovice
    Annotated plan of the Jewish quarter of Kasejovice
    Albums
    Jewish Communities of Bohemia: Kasejovice
    Jewish Communities of Bohemia: Kasejovice (54)
    Information about the Jewish Community of Kasejovice in the Prachensky region of Bohemia, including description, history, records, and photos
    Last Modified 1 Sep 2005 
    Family ID F902  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 1758 - Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 1783 - Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsAKA (Facts Pg) - Bef 1785 - Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Between 1785 and 1796 - Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsAKA (Facts Pg) - Aft 1785 - Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 1793 - Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 1799 - Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - - Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 11 Feb 1805 - Kasejovice CZ (Kassejowitz, Prachensky, Bohemia) Link to Google Earth
     = Link to Google Earth 

  • Histories
    1793 Register of Jews in Prachensky Region, Bayer Family
    1793 Register of Jews in Prachensky Region, Bayer Family
    1793 census available from the Czech National Archives:

    SOUPIS ZIDOVSKYCH RODIN V CECHACH Z ROKU 1793.

    4330510 Band 1:
    BOHACEK, J.; HALEK, J.; KUCEROVA, K.: Soupis zidovskych rodin v Cechach z roku 1793, sv.1. Loketsky kraj, Boleslavsky kraj, Budejovicky kraj. Praha, St.ustredni archiv, 2002. ISBN 80-85475-91-X. 277 S., Reg. , 21,00 Euro…

    FOLIOS
    1793 Register of Jews, Kasejovice
    1793 Register of Jews, Kasejovice
    Familiant Records for Kasejovice, Bayer Family
    Familiant Records for Kasejovice, Bayer Family

  • Notes 
    • name may have originally been Löwy

      Before the establishment of the ghetto, the following Jews lived in Kasejovice, according to the 1719 census:

      Marek Samuel, of Jacob's tribe, feathers and cloth merchant, with a family of six.
      Lobl Samuel, of Jacob's tribe, born locally, with a family of six.
      Herman Samuel, of Levi's tribe, born locally, feathers and wool merchant, with a family of 11.


      from Jewishgen cemetery project:

      KASEJOVICE: US Comm. no. CZCE000348
      Location: 500 meters NNW of Catholic church. The German name was Kassejowitz. It is in Bohemia-Plzen-jih at 49 28 latitude and 13 44 longitude, 15 km. NNE of Horazdovice, 30 km SW of Pribram, and 48 km SE of Plzen. Present town population: 1000-5000 with currently no Jewish population.
      A prayer room was recorded before 1618. Jewish population in 1930 was 28. Noteworthy historical events: ghetto constructed about 1727; peak Jewish population in mid-19th century , later moving to big towns; independent congregation abolished between 1922 and 1930. Noteworthy individuals: Rabbis Shalomon and Jakub Lazar . The cemetery was probably established in 1704. The last known burial was before 1943. The Jewish community was Conservative. Other towns and villages that used this cemetery were Podhuri, 5 km away; Nepomuk, 11 km away, and Blatna, 11 km away. The cemetery is not land-marked.
      The cemetery location is rural , on a hillside and at the crown of a hill, and isolated with no sign. The cemetery is reached by turning directly off a public road. Access to the cemetery is open with permission. The cemetery is surrounded by a continuous masonry wall and a gate that locks.
      Size of cemetery before and after WWII: 0.3086 hectares. 100-500 gravestones are in cemetery, regardless of condition or position with 100-500 in original location and 1-20 not in original locations. Less than 25% of surviving stones toppled or broken. Some stones removed from the cemetery are in cemetery in Kasejovice. The oldest legible gravestone is from 1710. Tombstones in the cemetery are datable from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. The marble, granite, limestone, and sandstone tombstones and memorial markers are flat shaped stones, finely smoothed and inscribed stones, flat stones with carved relief decoration, double tombstones, and multi-stone monuments, some with metal fences around graves, inscribed in Hebrew, German, and/or Czech. The cemetery contains no known mass graves. Within the limits of the cemetery, there is a pre-burial house.
      The present owner of the property, used only for Jewish cemetery purposes, is the Jewish community of Plzen. Properties adjacent to the cemetery are agricultural and residential. The cemetery is visited occasionally by private visitors. The cemetery was vandalized between 1945 and ten years ago but not in the last 10 years. Past maintenance: re-erection of stones after 1971 and continual clearing of vegetation by local non-Jewish residents and Jewish individuals abroad. Current care: occasional clearing or cleaning by individuals and by a regular unpaid caretaker.
      Weather erosion is a moderate threat. Name, address and telephone numbers of persons completing this survey: 1. Dr. Peter Braun, Komenskeho 43, 323 13 Plzen, tel. 019/52-15-58; 2. Rudolf Lowy, Jesenicka 33, 323 23 Plzen, tel. 019/52-06-84; and 3. Jiri Fiedler, Brdickova 1916, 155 00 Praha 5, tel. 02/55-33-40 on 1 September 1992 using the following documentation: 1. Die Juden und Judengemeinden Bohmens...; Jan Pelant: Mesta a mestecka Zapadoceskeho kraje ; Jan Herman: Jewish Cemeteries in Bohemia and Moravia ; V. Mentberger: Kasejovicti zide ; and notes of Statni zidovske muzeum Praha.. The site was visited, on 26 May 1992, by Braun and Lowy. K. Polanka in Kasejovice was interviewed.

  • Sources 
    1. [S348] Jewish Register of 1793; Soupis zidovskych rodin v Cechach z roku 1793.

    2. [S957] .

    3. [S725] The Jews of Kasejovice.

    4. [S231] Familiant Book of Region Prachensky 1799-1842.