Moritz Eichtersheimer had a wood and building material business that still existed in 1933
Ludwig Freudenthaler (1889-1928)
Ludwig Freudenthaler (1899 - 1928) is one of the four Jewish men from Steinsfurt that are honoured as victims of WWI on a memorial in the synagogue.
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The architect Eugen Jack was commissioned by Hermann Weil to build the „Cooking-School” in Steinsfurt.
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Elsa Vogt (1886 - )
The WWI memorial in the synagogue names „Elsa Vogt, Philadelphia” as one of the donators of the plaque. She was one of the sisters of Julius Weil b Moritz who is remembered there.
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Adolf Weil (1859 - 1931)
Adolf Weil (1859 - 1931) was a brother of Hermann Weil (1868 - 1927). He took over his father's business and was a leading figure in the Jewish congregation in Steinsfurt.
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Friedrich Weil (1895 - 1916)
Friedrich (Fritz) Weil (1895 - 1916) is one of the victims that are honoured on the WWI plaque in the synagogue.
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Ferdinand Weil (1861-1916)
Ferdinand Weil (1861 - 1919) was a partner in the firm of his brother Hermann. In 1907 he returned from Argentina to Germany where he settled in Frankfurt am Main.
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Hermann Weil (1868-1927)
Hermann Weil (1868 - 1927) established the internationally operating grain trading firm Weil Hermanos & Cie in Argentina and was political advisor for the emperor Wilhelm II of Germany. He founded the Institute for Social Research in Frankfurt and the „Kochschule” in Steinsfurt. He built the Mausoleum at the Waibstadt cemetery.
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Julius Weil M.S. (1888 - 1915)
Julius Weil (1888 - 1915), son of Moritz Weil, is mentioned on the WWI memorial as one of the casualties.
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Julius Weil Si. S. (1893 - 1916)
Samuel Weil (1867-1922)
Samuel Weil (1867 - 1922) was a partner in his brother's, Hermann Weil, firm.
Samuel Weil(1867 - 1922)
Samuel Weil and Ferdinand Weil were partners in the grain trading firm of their brother Hermann in Buenos Aires. When Hermann and Ferdinand returned to Germany he continued to run the business in Argentina.
Samuel Weil (1859-1933)
Samuel Weil (1859 - 1933) is noted on the WWI memory plaque in the synagogue as one of the sponsors.
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Ruth Winick née Weil (1931 - 2010)
Ruth Winick née Weil (1931 - 2010) was the last pupil who could attend the state school in Steinsfurt. In 1996 she spoke about her life in Steinsfurt in the Shoah Project.
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Isaak Wolf (born in 17th century)
Sometimes it is claimed that Isaak Wolf, who is mentioned in 1688, is the first Jewish inhabitant of Steinsfurt who is known by name.
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