woman Giedeltje‏‎ #141756‎

Huwelijk/ Relatie
Aantal kinderen (6), bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century

met:

man Emanuel Menke Mozes‏‎ #141755‎

Kinderen:

1.
man Machiel Emanuel de Brave‏‎ #141604
Ook bekend als: Michiel Menke de Brave, bron: WieWasWie (huwelijken), geboren ‎1754 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, bron: WieWasWie (huwelijken), bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century, overleden ‎10 feb 1814 (20 Shevat 5574) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland Born 1754 Amsterdam, died 10 Feb 1814 Amsterdam, G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
Machiel Emanuel den Brave, 64 yrs.old, spouse of Vogeltje Jacob Gokkes, son of Emanuel de Brave.
Notifiers: Leon Emanuel den Brave, 55 yrs.old, brother and Hartog Moses den Brave, 28 yrs.old, nephew.
59 or 60 years
‎, 59 of 60 jaar, bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century
Op de website van Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the Eighteenth Century staat vermeld:

Born 1754 Amsterdam, died ?10 Feb 1814 Amsterdam, G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
Machiel Emanuel den Brave, 64 yrs.old, spouse of Vogeltje Jacob Gokkes, son of Emanuel de Brave.
Notifiers: Leon Emanuel den Brave, 55 yrs.old, brother and Hartog Moses den Brave, 28 yrs.old, nephew.
59 or 60 years

Naturalized 14 Jan 1812 Amsterdam, assumption of name de Brave; then living at Jode Kerkstr. 28, with 3 sons and 4 daughters;
sons: Jacob, 22 yrs, Mozes, 18 yrs, Menke, 15 yrs,
daughters: Giedeltje, 27 yrs, Schoontje, 24 yrs, Rebecca, 12 yrs. and Bijer, 10 yrs.old.

[there exists a discrepancy between info on children here and on poorlist]
Event 1809 Amsterdam, on the list under nr. 51.39: Machiel Emanuel = Michel ben Menke Giebelstadt, 65 yr.old, married, commerce of spices & greenery; with 3 sons of 14, 12 & 10 yrs, and 2 daughters of 8 & 6
2.
man Moses Menke de Brave‏‎ #141748
Geboren ‎1754 Giebelstadt, Würzberg, Beieren, Germany Als geboorteplaats wordt Goevelstad, Germany. Deze plaats is niet te vinden wel Giebelstadt, dat ook in de familie wordt genoemd.

Giebelstadt
General information: First Jewish presence: 18th century; peak Jewish population: 103 in 1814 (17.3% of total population); Jewish population in 1933: 38
Summary: The Jews of Giebelstadt conducted services in a prayer room until 1799, when the community dedicated its first synagogue. In 1911, a new synagogue was opened at 20, Mergentheimer Strasse. Local Jews maintained a mikveh and a Jewish school, the latter of which was presided over by a teacher who performed the duties of chazzan and shochet. We also know that burials took place in Allersheim. In 1933, three schoolchildren studied religion with a teacher from nearby Gaukoenigshofen. By 1937, one-third of Giebelstadt’s Jews were receiving welfare. On Pogrom Night, the synagogue’s interior and ritual objects were destroyed. Jewish homes were attacked, a Jewish man was beaten and arrested and another was paraded around neighboring communities on an open-top truck. The synagogue building was demolished in the summer of 1939. Sixteen Giebelstadt Jews emigrated and 11 relocated within Germany. In March 1942, the village’s remaining five Jews were sent to Kitzingen; and in April of that year, they were deported, via Wuerzburg, to Izbica. At least 19 Giebelstadt Jews perished in the Shoah. Between 1945 and 1949, approximately 1,700 displaced persons lived in Giebelstadt (most of them in a DP camp). Their synagogue (at 31 Mergentheimer Strasse) was later converted into a residential building. A memorial plaque was later unveiled in the municipality’s headquarters.
‎, bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century, overleden ‎9 sep 1818 (8 Ellul 5578) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, 63 of 64 jaar
3.
man Jacob Menke de Brave‏‎ #141757
Ook bekend als: Jacob Emanuel de Brave, bron: WieWasWie (huwelijken), geboren ‎1759 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century, overleden ‎17 dec 1834 (15 Kislev 5595) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, 74 of 75 jaar, bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century. Beroep: venter (1823), bron: WieWasWie (huwelijken)
4.
man Levie Emanuel Menke de Brave‏‎ #141776
Ook bekend als: Lion Emanuel de Brave, bron: WieWasWie (huwelijken), geboren ‎± 1765 Giebelstadt, Würzberg, Beieren, Germany‎, bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century, overleden ‎27 jun 1839 (15 Tamuz 5599) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:
on 27 Jun 1839 - Levie Emanuel de Brave, 74 yrs.old, widower of Naatje Isaac Slier, son of Emanuel de Brave & Grietje Jacob.
, 73 or 74 years. Son of Emanuel Menke Mozes and Giedeltje
‎, ongeveer 74 jaar, bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century. Beroep: behanger (1823, 1831, 1836), bron: WieWasWie (huwelijken)
5.
man Isaac Menke de Brave‏‎ #141787
Geboren ‎1768 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century, overleden ‎12 aug 1826 (9 Av 5586) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland G.A.A. Amsterdam - death registrations:

On 12 Aug 1826 - Isaac Menke de Brave, 56 yrs.old, widower of Sara Abraham.
Notifier: Koopman Philip Wijnman, 25 yrs.old, nephew[= brother of daughter-in-law].
‎, 57 of 58 jaar, bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century
Naturalized 14 Jan 1812 Amsterdam, assumption of name de Brave; then living at Rapenburgerstr. 59, with 1son, Abraham, 20 yrs.old., bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century
6.
woman Betje Emanuel de Brave‏‎ #121462
Geboren ‎1768 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland‎, bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century, overleden ‎21 apr 1846 (25 Nisan 5606) Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland Born 1768 Amsterdam, died ?21 Apr 1846 Amsterdam, Muiderberg cemetery: Betje/Peyer Emanuel de Brave, wife of Israel Benjamins/Hena, 77 or 78 years. Daughter of Emanuel Menke Mozes and Giedeltje‎, 77 of 78 jaar, bron: Ashkenazi Amsterdam in the 18e-Century

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