[16.1] Rabbi Sinai LOEB/LOEW (b. ca 1508 Worms, d. 1607 Kolin),
Rabbi of Nikolsburg,
was the son of [17.1] Bezalel ben Haim Loeb.
Rabbi Sinai LOEB married [16.6] Chana Enokh WESSELS (Khana Enokh WESSELS).
- [15.1] Rabbi Chaim of Konin (b. 1545, d. 1620) married
[15.2] Krassna bat Gabriel. Rabbi Khaim ben Sinai (LOEB) was av beit din and head of yeshiva
in Kolin and Bohemia.
- Rabbi Bezalel GLAZER (d. 1658 Prague, d. 1670? Kracow)
- Gabriel LOEB (1592-1629)
- Judith LOEB m. Elasar TODROS
- Haim Lasar TODROS (1634- 1709)
- Son TODROS (d. 1680 Prague)
- Perl TODROS m. Michal WIENER
- [14.1] Yehuda LOEB ben Khaim (b. 1593 or 1595).
married the [14.2] daughter of
Jitskhak Hacohen. (Note: Gilbert HENDLISZ
skips this generation, and gives Rabbi Yehuda Lieb as the son of
Rabbi Chaim on Konin. While, The ESKELES Genealogy
by Zeev ESHKOLOT omits Rabbi Yehuda Lieb and
places his children directly here!)
- Rabbi (Yehuda) Lieb ESKELES (Rabbi to Krakow)
Rabbi of Olkusz (Elkesh) near Krakow. Rabbi Yehuda
married the daughter of
Rabbi Moshe Israel HENDELS of Krakow.
As it was often the case, R'Yehuda
Leib, entering the family of his father-in-law was known under this surname
and was known as "Rav Leib HENDELS".(and not Leib ESKELES)
That is how he is mentionned in several books:
Wettstein: Divre Chefetz and Letoldot Gedolei Israel
Balaban: History of the Jews in Krakow
Horowitz: LeToldot Hakehilot be Polin, chapter on Olkusz.
(Contact: Gilbert HENDLISZ descendant of Rabbi Moshe Israel HENDELS.
- Rabbi Haim ben Yehuda Leib of Krakow. Author of several books.
- [12.1] Rabbi Gabriel ESKELES or Rav Gabriel of Krakow
(b. 1655 Krakow, d. 1718 Nikolsburg),
Rabbi of Nikolsburg, married [12.4] Esther
Hadassa daugther of Issakhar Berush HESHEL
son of Rav Avram Yehoshua HESCHEL a prominent figure in Krakow,
head of the Vaad Arba Aratzot, Council of the Four Lands.
R'Gavriel took the surname of his father-in-law, HESCHEL'S (Eskeles being a corruption of
- [12.3] Jacob (Yaakov) KOPPEL ESKELES ben Yehuda Loeb
- Rabbi Khaim ESKELES (Rabbi of Tysmienitz) (d. 1732)
- Abraham Arie ESKELES
- Kopel BORGENICHT, nee Kopel ESKELES
- Jakob BORGENICHT.
Judy Borgen DEUTCHMAN
JDEUTCHMAN at aol.com
believes Jakob or Kopel BORGENICHT was
the father of her great great grandfather Nathan David
BORGENICHT. It is difficult to know if Jakob or Kopel BORGENICHT was Nathan
David's father since their birthdays and death dates are not known. She knows
for certain that the second Kopel BORGENICHT, was Nathan David BORGENICHT
first cousin. Contact Judy for the rest of the family tree including over 1300 names.
Family book The
Chain of Miracles
- Kopel BORGENICHT
- Aron BORGENICHT
- Hershel Moses BORGENICHT
- Leon BORGENICHT
- Nathan David BORGENICHT
- [12.3] R. Peretz ben Yehuda Loeb/Leib.
- Zalel Bezalel LOEB m. Regina Golda (d. 1603 Prague)
- Baruch LOEB m. Beilah
Numbers in brackets are references to
The ESKELES Genealogy
by Zeev ESHKOLOT.
Senator John Forbes KERRY
It was incorrectly reported that according to Felix
GUNDACKER email@example.com, http://www.ihff.at,
Senator John Forbes KERRY's grandmother Ida LOEWE is a descendant of
Sinai LOEW. In fact, other than the similar last
names, there is no known family connection. As GUNDACKER points out KERRY's
ancestors are about 300 years and many kilometers from Sinai LOEW, and LOEW is
too common a surname to say that all LOEWs are related.
Of course a connection is still possible and more research would be welcome.
Leopold LOEWY (d. before 1870) married Katharina STERN (b. about 1799,
d. 3 Sep. 1886 Brno).
Albert LOEWY (b. 1817 Mahrisch Ausse, now Usov, Moravia), emigrated to
London between 1848 and 1870. Rabbi of Jewish community in Paddington.
Wilhelm LOEWY (b. 6 Mar.1826, d. 22 May 1912 Vienna) married
(25 Feb. 1871 Breslau) Emma Friedrike FRAENKEL
(b. 9 Nov. 1841 Ratibor, Prussian Silesia,
d. 28 Dec. 1928). Moved to Czerningass 7, Vienna.
- Robert Leopold LOEWY (b. 23 Jan. 1872 Vienna), moved to
his uncle in London.
- Rosalia LOEWY (b. 18 July 1876 Vienna)
- Felix LOEWY (b. 24 Nov. 1877 Vienna), emigrated to London,
moved to Frognallane. British citizenship 22 Dec. 1948.
- Gertrud LOEWY (b. 14 June 1882).
- Moritz LOEWY, unmarried, moved to Budapest.
- Alois LOEWY (b. 28 Feb. 1831 Usov) moved to Baden south of Vienna.
Married (18 Aug. 1867 Vienna) Ernestine SPITZER
(b. 12 Mar. 1845 Vienna)
daughter of deceased merchant Carl SPITZER and
- Siegfried LOEWY changed name to Siegfried LOEWE (b. 12 Sep. 1834 Usov, Moravia,
d. pneumonia 31 Mar. 1918 Vienna, Austria, buried 2 Apr. 1918
Zentralfriedhof. I. Tor. 20 7 98), commercial agent, exporting merchant
married (20 Mar. 1870 Brno, Moravia)
Josefine LOEW (b. 31 Oct. 1845 Boskovice, Moravia, d.
17 Nov. 1897 Vienna, Austria, buried 19 Nov. 1897 Zentralfriedhof I. Tor. 20
7 98) 4th child of her mother
Betty SPITZER (b. Sep. 1817 Straznice,
Moravia, d. 19 Jan. 1898 Brno) and 8th child of her father
Benjamin LOEW (b. about 1797,
married 14 July 1840 Boskovice, Moravia,
d. 26 July 1876 Brno) son of
Bernhard LOEW (b. around 1771, d. 24 Apr. 1839 Boskovice, Moravia).
See website for
Josefine's siblings and their descendants.
- Lina/Linda LOEWE (b. 4 Apr. 1870 Vienna) m. (16 Mar. 1902) Wilhelm SCHLOSS.
- Lilli Josephine SCHLOSS (b. 9 Mar. 1903) m. (27 May 1923 Vienna) Erwin GOLDSCHMIED
- Leopold SCHLOSS (b. 6 May 1905) m. (16 Sep. 1927) Kitty GRUENWALD
(b. 22 Dec. 1906 Vienna) daughter of Irma
WINKLER and Gustav GRUENWALD (b. 16 Sep. 1874 Vienna, Austria)
son of Reginna STIASSNY (b. 1844) and Alois GRUENWALD (b. 8
Feb. 1838 Misslitz/Moravia) son of Rebecca BALLON and
Benjamin GRUENWALD son of Josias GRUENWALD formerly Kopel KAHN
formerly Kopel SEKEL. Contact: Gustav and Irma's
granddaughter Traude TRIEBEL firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jenni LOEWE (b. 21 Apr. 1872 Budapest, deported 13 Aug. 1942
Wien to Theresienstadt, d. Holocaust, Treblinka)
- Felix LOEWE (b. 6 Oct. 1873 Budapest, d. heart-failure 19 Mar. 1935
Vienna, buried 21 Mar. 1932 Zentralfriedhof. I. Tor. 20 7 98), Lieutenant in the Reserve Army. Unmarried. No children.
- Otto LOEWE (b. 7 Jan. 1875 Budapest, deported 13 Aug. 1942 Wien/Theresienstadt,
d. 29 June 1943 Holocaust, Theresienstadt)
- Ida LOEWE (b. 22 Feb. 1877 Budapest, Hungary,
d. 19 Jan. 1960 U.S.A.), Jewish musician.
Ida married (1 Sep. 1900 Vienna, Austria)
Friedrich "Fritz" KOHN (b. 10 May 1873 Horni Benesov, Moravia, d. 21 Nov. 1921 Boston)
son of Mathilde FRANKEL and Benedikt KOHN (b. about 1824 Southern Moravia, d. 1876) master brewer of beer.
studied in Vienna.
Friedrich, like his brother Otto KOHN, converted to Roman Catholicism and changed his name to Frederick KERRY.
Fred, who worked as an accountant at his uncle's shoe factory. In 1905, the young family immigrated to America.
After entering through Ellis Island, the family first lived in Chicago and then
settled in Boston. Fred and Ida had two more children in America, Mildred (1910)
and Richard (1915). Fred and Ida and their three children lived in
Brookline, where Fred became a prominent man in the shoe business and regularly
attended Sunday Catholic church services. Fred did not tell and no one would
have guessed that the family had Jewish roots. In 1921, Fred Kerry, at
age 48, entered a Boston hotel and shot himself in the head. Some say the
suicide was due to financial stress or depression. Perhaps the transition from
Czech Jew to American Catholic was too great and unsupported a spiritual,
psychological and social change.
- Erich KERRY
- Mildred KERRY (b. 1910)
- Richard KERRY (b. 28 July 1915 U.S.A., d. 29 July 2000) attended Phillips
Academy, Yale University and Harvard Law School. After serving in the U.S. Army
Air Corps, KERRY worked in the U.S. Department of State and later the Foreign
Service. He married (24 Jan. 1941 U.S.A.) Rosemary FORBES (d. 14 Nov.
2002), the beneficiary of the FORBES
family trusts. The FORBES family amassed a huge fortune in China
- Margery KERRY (b. 1941)
- Senator John Forbes KERRY (b. 11 Dec.1943
Fitzsimmons Military Hospital in Denver, Colorado) a Massachusetts Senator, was the
2004 Democratic Nominee for President. Email: kerry.senate.gov/bandwidth/contact/email.html,
See Official Website, Biography.
John married Theresa HEINZ, widow of Senator HEINZ (R-PA).
John has two daughters, Alexandra KERRY and Vanessa
KERRY. Teresa HEINZ has three sons, John HEINZ, Andre HEINZ,
and Christopher HEINZ.
- Diana KERRY (b. 1947)
- Cameron F. KERRY CKERRY@MINTZ.COM
(b. 1950) who married a Jewish woman and
converted to Judaism in 1983, is a prominent Boston lawyer at MINTZ,
LEVIN, COHN, FERRIS, GLOVSKY and POPEO
- Charlotte LOEWE (b. Sep. 1822 Mahrisch Aussee)
m. Markus (Moritz) WASSERTRILLING (b. Sep. 1820 Boskovice).
They lived in Brno.
They changed their surname to WALLNER (10 May 1897).
- David WASSERTRILLING (WALLNER)
(b. 3 May 1858 Boskowitz, d. 14 Feb. 1942, buried 19 Feb. 1942
Zentralfriedhof I. Tor 5b), merchant in Vienna,
married (13 Dec. 1891 Vienna)
Rosa TAUBER (b. 19 Aug. 1870 Vienna, deported Wien/Wlodawa 27
Apr. 1942 Holocaust) daughter of Johanna TAUBER (b. about 1842,
buried 12 Apr. 1888 Zentralfriedhof I. Tor 5b).
Gravesite information thanks to Christoph LIBISCH email@example.com.
Daniel E. LOEB, eMail: