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Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities entry for Ceradice




Ceradice
Ÿ German Tscheraditz , formerly also Scheratitz
Ÿ District of
Ÿ village in the Czech Republic, 4 km southwest of Saaz, 10 km northeast of Podboran
Ÿ office feud. estate, 1757 property part of Saaz and some part of the farm
      Podbo?any Rohozec 1793 part of the dominion T?eb?ice - Podbo?any
      Rohozec in the 19th Large part of the century manor T?eb?ice; County Historical Saaz
 
Content :
 
Jewish settlements
religious community
Rabbis
schoolmasters
teachers
mohelové
registrars
prominent natives
School
Foundation
relevant professions, crafts
residential district
houses the Jewish population
Synagogue
burials in 1837
cemetery
registers stored in the National Archives
More archives
representation
Literature and sources
     
Jewish settlements
1654: Jews are not mentioned  · · BR
1689: Joseph was established Landeth [?]  · · HBS/1724
1691: established the Nusßen Ißackh  · · HBS/1724
1702: the "Farm Ceradice" : 0 Jews (Catholics and 23) over 10 years of age
      on "dominion Libo?any-Ceradice" : 8 Jews (and 179 Catholics) over 10 years of age  · · MPS
 
1724: work in the village belonging to the Earl. Charlotte J. von Schönkirch  5 families, 18 persons:
      ? es tr a (widow, here since 1716, has 2 children) = vinopalnice
      ? Joseph Landeth [?] (Here since 1689, has 1 son) = tailor
      ? Marcus Katz (here since 1722, has 3 children) = cloth merchant and the canvas
      ? Nusßen Ißackh (here since 1691, has 2 children) = horse trader
      ? Samuel Abrahamb (here since 1719, has 1 child) = short-goods dealer
            · · HBS
1757: Jews are not mentioned in Ceradice  · · TKC
1783: 9 families without a surname with 13 children, at least 31 people (if any staff are not given)
      Livelihoods : a distiller (also traded cattle), a tailor, a manufacturer of high heels,
            Two messengers, two dry-goods merchant, a cloth merchant, a beggar  · · HBS
after 1780: settled in No. of Alexander Abeles Leto  · · § LZ
1793: 11 families or couples, a total of 42 persons (of which 8 are numbered familiant?
            estate > Wide T?eb?ice, a family of a married son and two widows' families):
      ? David Basch (1st son of Abraham and 3 daughters; widower Samuel Nathan) = trader
            dry-goods
      ? Rachl Basch (a widow with a daughter) - Livelihoods not stated
      ? Lazarus Glasser (married first son, Marcus G.; has a daughter) = drover
      ? Marcus Glasser (2nd son of David) = drover
      ? Glauber Lazar (1st son of David and two daughters) = mercer
      ? Benjamin Heller (married, unmarried, without children, a widow Esther hellers) = trader
            old clothes
      ? Sara Herschmanin (a widow with a daughter) - Livelihoods not stated
      ? Aaron Keil (married, unmarried, without children, the maid Esther Herschin relevant
            to > Hrozn?tín and teacher Abraham Mayer in the forest in Poland)
            = Mercer
      ? Moises Kohn (1st son of Salomon and 2 daughters) = mercer
      ? Salomon Lowie (1st son of Joachim and 3 daughters) = mercer
      ? David Strasser (married, unmarried, without children) = tailor
      local familiant living elsewhere :
      ? Mathes Kohn (married, unmarried, without children) - he lives in > Lí?kov as a businessman
            dry-goods  · · HBE
1799: list of Jewish families living in the region is preserved Saaz   · · HBS
1811: at least 8 families (of which 5 local familiant? married and 2 children):
      ? Moises Lazarus B. Glasser (p?ísl. the dominion T?eb?ice)
      ? Benjamin Heller (p?ísl. Shir in the estate. T?eb?ice, adopted son of Moritz)
      ? Moises Kohn (p?ísl. Shir in the estate. T?eb?ice, first son of Samuel)
      ? Löwy Joachim (son married Solomon L.)
      ? Salomon Löwy (p?ísl. Shir in the estate. T?eb?ice)
      ? Jacob Stein (1795 p?ísl. consensus and good > Mecholupy, son of Samson)
      ? Dawid Strasser (p?ísl. Shir in the estate. T?eb?ice)
      ? Dawid Strasser (married adoptive son Dawid Str)  · · HBS
 

1843: 18 families  · · SKB
1849: 18 families  · · AK
1880: 5 Jews (1.00%), 4 Protestants, 499 inhabitants (0 Czech)  · · SL
1890: 11 Jews (2.16%), 0 evangelicals, 508 inhabitants (0 Czech)  · · SL
1900: 7 Jews (1.27%), 0 evangelicals, 550 inhabitants (0 Czech)  · · SL
1910: two Jews (0.35%), 1 Protestant, 564 inhabitants (0 Czech) · · SL
1921: Jews, 0, 0 evangelicals, 7 MS. religion, 0 no religion,
                                          558 people (74 Czechoslovak nationality)  · · SL
1930: four Jews, 16 Protestants, 5 MS. religion, no religion in 1914,
                                          595 people (194 Czechoslovak nationality)  · · SL
1934: 1 family (landowner James Stein, who in 1923 immigrated from Mneteš
      in Roudnice: NO was the founder of Czech schools and the Department of National
      Unity North Bohemia)  · · * M
 
religious community
1864: religious community "disappeared"  · · HZH
            [Error: there is perhaps a confusion with the religious community > Libo?any]
CA 1870: an independent village with 23 members, no paid staff  · · SSJ
1875: attached to the religious community > Zatec  · · TBS * C
 
Rabbis
Moritz, 1839-1960 Singer, No. 54  · · * K § V2
            (Probably the same Joseph M. Ben S. is documented in the years 1849-1852 as a rabbi
            in Ho?epník: ?eradický familiant, consensus data. 1846, wife Theresia
            budget. Porges from Prague)  · · § H1
Abeles 1870 in St. Moritz (78letý "rabbi" and he died January 14, 1870, a tomb in Ceradice
            is preserved), No. 47  · · * L
            [Information on the function of the rabbi is wrong - the MA was a registrar]   · · § LZ
 
schoolmasters
1824-1827 Joseph Singer (Schulsinger), No. 52  · · § C1
1828-1930 Markus Sachs (also a teacher and mohel)  · · § C1
1832-1934 Joachim Horowitz  · · § C1
1837-39 Samuel Hirschhauer or Hirschhorn  · · § C1
Singer later Moritz (rabbi)  · · * M
1853 Joachim Popper (Cantor and šochet; manga. Anna budget. Fiala of H?íškova)  · · M *, § C3
 
 
teachers
1793 Abraham Mayer (Schulmeister, perhaps tutors, without family, the
            to Leszno in Poland)  · · HBE
1829-1830 Markus Sachs (cantor)  · · § C1
1849 Edward Simmelis (Lehrer "based in Prague)  · · § l2
 
mohelové
1802 Joseph Singer (circumcision in Pochlovicích)  · · § K1
1815-1928 Joachim Lowie (circumcision in  > M?cholupy and vicinity)  · · § E1
1822-1929 Joseph Singer (cantor, circumcision in P?ívlakách, Hrušovany, M?cholupy)
            · · § E1 § S1
1829 St. Moritz Sachs (circumcision in M?cholupy)  · · § E1
1829-1830 Markus Sachs (cantor)  · · § C1
1829-1862 Moritz / Moyses Abeles (circumcision in other municipalities, even Saaz), No. 47
            · · § E1 § L1, S1 §, § Z1
 
registrars
Abeles Moritz in 1857 (lived in No. 47 for 1856, along with his family left the son of Sigmund
            in Saaz, died 1870, buried in Ceradice, preserved the tomb)
            · · * L § LZ
Markus Stein from 1857  · · § LZ [ archive]
 
prominent natives
 
Leopold Abeles
? at 40 the 19th century left NO in eastern Bohemia, where the business of textile manufacture:
      among others with her father James Oberländerem of Nachod based mechanical spinning mill
      in Úpice  · · § LZ
      (Flax yarn spinning company Morawetz & Oberländer was founded in Upice
      in 1851)  · · WJN
 
Jacob Glaser
? Kantor, teacher of religion and šochet (later said to rabbinical qualifications) in Bílina;
      obtain authorization from the regional rabbis Moses Sachs, and David Pick
? in 1871 lived in Bilina  · · * T
 
Moritz, Joseph B. Singer
? probably cantor's son (and businessman)
? 1849 to 1852 is documented as a rabbi in Ho?epník  · · § H1
 
School
1793 in the village live teacher (Schulmeister), originally from Poland (maybe it's just a home
            teacher)  · · HBE
1829 to 1830 as evidenced by the teacher (also a cantor, then perhaps a teacher of religion)  · · § C1
CA 1870 the Jewish community has its own school  · · SSJ
 

Foundation
"?eradická Foundation Saaz in the Jewish community :
      (Selected impeccable ?eradickým impoverished families are paid annually
      amount of gold in 1973)
1893 Foundation exists  · · JCB
 
relevant professions, crafts
vinopalníci :
1724 widow es tr a and her son  · · HBS
Moyses 1783 Hersch (my 3 children)  · · HBS
1843-57 David Glaser (93letý died in 1857), No. 43  · · * K * M § C3
Butchers :
Lazarus Glaser 1843, No. 48  · · * K * M
Later Jakob Jakob B. Glaser, No. 48  · · * K * M
19th century. Joseph Basch and Philip Glaser  · · * K * M
Tailors :
1724 Joseph Landeth [?] And his son  · · HBS
1783 Löbl David (married, no children)  · · HBS
1793 David Strasser (free)  · · HBE
Cobbler :
Nathan Glaser died in 1855 (shoemaker's apprentice), No. 48  · · * K * M § C3
manufacturer of high heels :
1783 Michael Simon (has 1 child)  · · HBS
messengers :
1783 Herschl David (has 1 child)  · · HBS
1783 David Lazar (has 3 children)  · · HBS
 
residential district
1843 ? A total of 12 neighboring houses (9 brick, 3 wood) and form a synagogue brick
            Compact Jewish Quarter (about 90 x 60 m) on the northeastern outskirts of the village
      ? 4 residential houses built on the south side of the street (road) leading to Saaz and 6 residential
            home and synagogue buildings on both sides are lying parallel streets
            30 m to the south, the two streets are connected to the western edge of a narrow alley
            with another residential house
      ? Jewish Quarter is adjacent to the back of the lordship Economic Justice
            (Farm)  · · BPP, IS
Jews lived in No. 27 and No. 41-56 (ie 17 houses), even in the 20th century was called this whole
      "Judenkille"  · · * M
1978 preserved the 5-6 home  · · CP
6 are preserved 1994 home  · · Y
 
 
houses the Jewish population
1724 all Jewish families live in rental  · · HBS
1793 a total of 5 houses 4 families live in one house each, another four families occupy each
      quarter house  · · HBE
1843 all Jewish families live in rental  · · BPP
 
Parc.   No. Year owners and residents
  11   - 1839-1853 "Synagogenwohnung"
1839 dies. "Nemanž." Child: Anna Mother rubber stamped (housewives, related to the town of Cheb Old Pond)
1840 Abraham Wiener (protected Jew, to the Dolan estate lyes; Ceradice to come from Zvíkovec; manga. Barbara)
1853 Joachim Popper ( Cantor and šochet ; manga. Anna budget. H?íškova of Fiala)
1843-1854 owner of the nobility (Prince Salm) = Synagogue
- Ustouplá brick building at the south street line of Jewish lane
westernmost building Jewish neighborhoods
ca 1870 owner of the Jewish community   · · SSJ
1978-2004 - The building does not exist in its place is a garden with a parcel. No. 910
  12 48 1843-1854 owner of the nobility (Prince Salm)
- Wood (in 1843) house in the neighborhood of the synagogue, on the south side
Southern Jewish streets
1844 Lazarus Jacob Glaser and Glaser
1845 dies. 88letý Lazarus Glasser (butcher in Ceradice; familiant estate Podbo?any Rohozec, widower)
1855 dies. 28letý Nathan Glaser (shoemaker's apprentice, unmarried son of a butcher Davda G. and Sara)
1856 dies. 66letý Herschmann Glasser (peddler; manga. Johana)
Linked toCeradice CZ (Tscheraditz, Zatecky, Bohemia)
AlbumsBios and Histories, Jewish Communities of Bohemia: Ceradice

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