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1 7 children Altmann, Clementine (I83)
 
2 A chartered life underwriter - lived in Union City (San Francisco Bay Area), California Fischel, Peter Donald (I229)
 
3 According to notes by Curt Jacobi in the 1930s Lotte is the daughter of David. Other sources show her as the daughter of Samuel, so she is listed twice in this family tree. Unsure which is correct. The other notes also show two additional children of David: Hedwig (?) who married Hugo (?) Berge; and Lippman (4) who married Amelie. Hedwig and Hugo Berge are shown to have two chidren: Harriet (5) and Erna (5). Unfortunately whether this is correct.

According to notes by Curt Jacobi in the 1930s Lotte is the daughter of David. Other sources show her as the daughter of Samuel, so she is listed twice in this family tree. Unsure which is correct. The other notes also show two additional children of David: Hedwig (?) who married Hugo (?) Berge; and Lippman (4) who married Amelie. Hedwig and Hugo Berge are shown to have two chidren: Harriet (5) and Erna (5). Unfortunately whether this is correct.

The unsourced notes also show Lotte Ritter, married name Pese, had six children; the notes show only the names of four:
- Jenny, married name Boehm.
- Max, had three children Heinz, Else, Lotte.
- Anna married name Hamburg, had two children Laura and Friedel). Friedel Hamburg's married name is shown as Ritter.
- Tina. 
Ritter, Lotte (I114)
 
4 According to notes by Curt Jacobi in the 1930s Lotte is the daughter of David. Other sources show her as the daughter of Samuel, so she is listed twice in this family tree. Unsure which is correct. The other notes also show two additional children of David: Hedwig (?) who married Hugo (?) Berge; and Lippman (4) who married Amelie. Hedwig and Hugo Berge are shown to have two chidren: Harriet (5) and Erna (5). Unfortunately whether this is correct.

The unsourced notes also show Lotte Ritter, married name Pese, had six children; the notes show only the names of four:
- Jenny, married name Boehm.
- Max, had three children Heinz, Else, Lotte.
- Anna married name Hamburg, had two children Laura and Friedel). Friedel Hamburg's married name is shown as Ritter.
- Tina. 
Ritter, Lotte (I110)
 
5 After Samosch's death Hanna Ritter went to live in Johannesburg with a son by her first marriage. Schelsinger, Hanna (I127)
 
6 Became a doctor Loese, Alfred (I141)
 
7 Birth name of Goldberg was changed to Gould Goldberg / Gould, Henoch (I250)
 
8 Cause of death: car accident

Member of the First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo and part-time treasurer of the City of San Anselmo

Source: June 10, 1969 Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California, Page 4 
Fischel, Hans E (I226)
 
9 deported and died 2 July 1943 in Sobibor extermination camp Haendler, Kaethe (I148)
 
10 Died childless Altmann, Karl (I78)
 
11 Died childless in Brezlau Altmann, Wilhelm (I79)
 
12 Died of liver cancer. Blumenreich, Elsa Clara (I249)
 
13 Doctor in Breslau Ritter, Samosch (I115)
 
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F82
 
15 Had no children Family F84
 
16 He became a businessman ("Kaufmann") in Stettin Jacobi, Josef (I61)
 
17 He was schooled at the Schiller Real Gymnasium in Stettin where he matriculated in 1913. He enrolled to study medicine at the University of Breslau but volunteered for military service in 1914 at the outbreak of WW1. He served on the eastern and western fronts obtaining the rank of Feldhilfsarzt. He was awarded the Iron Cross (2nd Class). While in the army he was sent to the University of Greifswald to further his medical studies. At the end of WW1 he returned to the University of Griefswald to complete his studies, qualifying in 1920. He then moved to Bad Hersfeld, where his fiance lived, and worked at the Landeskrankenhaus from 1920-4. From 1924-35 he was as a general practitioner in Bad Hersfeld. In December 1935 he moved with his wife to Amsterdam and in October 1936, together with their daughter, they emigrated to Johannesburg. He requalified as a doctor in January 1940. In January 1941 he volunteered for military service and was given the rank of Captain in the SA Defence force. After WW2 he worked as a government medical officer in the Department of Pensions. He died as a result of a brain tumour. Jacobi, Curt Carl (I63)
 
18 In 1933 she moved to Bad Hersfeld where her son Curt lived, and in 1935 when Curt emigrated she moved to Beuthen. In 1939 she emigrated to Amsterdam with her other son Heinz. She died on 26 July 1942 at home in Amsterdam of natural causes, thereby avoiding arrest and deportation to concentration camps Ritter, Harriet (I58)
 
19 Lived in Amsterdam and then New York Bloch, Lippmann (I119)
 
20 Lived in Amsterdam and then New York Bloch, Max (I118)
 
21 Lived in Amsterdam and then New York Bloch, Saloman (I121)
 
22 Lived in Amsterdam and then New York Bloch, Albert (I120)
 
23 Lived in Cologne Altmann, Paul (I80)
 
24 Lived in Rio de Janeiro Fischel, Heinz (I227)
 
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kendall, R. (I253)
 
26 Married name was Pollak Altmann, Therese (I81)
 
27 Married without children.

Succumbed to the holocaust together with his wife.

"Kaufmann" by trade 
Jacobi, Heinz Werner (I62)
 
28 Occupation : Bankier (in Wien) Fischhof, Julius (I201)
 
29 Occupation : Kaufmann (in Gleiwitz) Rother, Israel (I208)
 
30 Occupation : Kaufmann (in Ratibor); Buchhandler (in Breslau) Wiesenberger (Wiesenberg), Joseph Jacob (I192)
 
31 Occupation : Kaufmann (in Wien) Fischhof, August (Gustav) (I200)
 
32 Occupation : Kaufmann; Handelsmann, Familiant (in Butschowitz, in Brünn) Fischhoff (Fischhof), Joseph (Josua) (I195)
 
33 Occupation : Porcellanwaarenhändler (in Berlin) Blumenreich, Oscar (I214)
 
34 Occupation : Siegeleibesitzer (in Berlin) Blumenreich, Otto (I169)
 
35 Occupation is kaufmann per Agnes and Emanuel's marriage record.

His father may be Jos or Josef 
Blumenreich, Heinrich (I59)
 
36 Occupation: Glasfabrikant Blumenreich, Wilhelm (I153)
 
37 Parents are Samuel Ritter (occupation "gastwirths") and Handel Starcke of Beuthen (Bytom), and his occupation is kaufmann per marriage record.

Brother is David Ritter. David had a son who was a doctor in Breslau. The son was married to Hannah. Hannah moved to Johannesburg when she was a widow because she had a son from a previous marriage who lived there.

David had a daughter named Amalie who married a Mr Bloch and had four children. Two of the children were Dr Lippmann Bloch and Dr Albert Bloch. In 1936, they were living in Amsterdam. 
Ritter, Emanuel (I55)
 
38 Parents were Israel Altmann (died 1848) and Friederike (Frieda) Orgler (died circa 1880). Their children, in order of birth, were: Karl (Carl - died 1894 in Kraskau Kr. Rosenberg O/S, Kreuzburg, Wroclaw and married Theophila Mamroth), Wilhelm, Paul, Dorothea, Therese, Bertha, Clementine, Paula, Rosalie. Altmann, Dorothea (I60)
 
39 Physician, specialist for women's diseases.

Married without children.

Lived in Breslau. 
Ritter, Fritz (I57)
 
40 Previously married to Rosemarie Behrendt
born: 18 Dec 1936 in Berlin-Wilmersdorf
married: 29 Jul 1958 in Gottingen 
Behrendt, Stefan (I26)
 
41 Second marriage to Louis Martin Friedmann in about 1962.
Changed surname from Friedmann to Fern.

This is the same as the person in I20. 
Zander, Ilse Johanna (I27)
 
42 son of Adolf BIELSCHOWSKY and Friederike SCHILLER Bielschowsky, Oscar (I266)
 
43 Source of wedding: San Rafael Daily Independent Journal Newspaper, Saturday, July 08, 1961, Page 4 Family F125
 
44 The notes state "New York", it is not clear whether this refers to Hans or to the whole family Kalisk / Kalink, Hans (I146)
 

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