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Stammbaum - Surname Index

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This page contains an index of surnames from the first five issues of Stammbaum. Each entry is followed by one or more references, each consisting of a Roman numeral followed by a dash, followed by a number. The Roman numeral (I to V) indicates the issue number of Stammbaum. The following number is the page number on which the surname appears in that issue.

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Stammbaum - Tables of Contents

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This page contains the tables of contents of the first eight issues of Stammbaum.

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Volume I, Number 1, Winter 1992-93

  • The Berthold Rosenthal Archives by Claus W. Hirsch
  • Gesamtarchiv der Deutschen Juden by Peter W. Lande
  • Valuable Resources for German-Jewish Genealogists by Karen Franklin
  • The 1938 German Census by Harry A. Katzman
  • Leo Baeck Acquisitions by Claus W. Hirsch
  • A Valuable Research Aid for Westfalen by Carol Davidson Baird
  • Given Names Adopted by the Jews of Memmelsdorf by Ralph N. Baer
  • The Very First Census by Harry A. Katzman
  • The Lederers of Gladenbach: History and Genealogical Sources by Rolf Lederer
  • The Blumenthals of Altenmuhr: A Successful Genealogical Dig by Bill Firestone

Volume I, Number 2, Spring 1993

  • The Ancestry of a Bavarian Jewish Family by Ralph N. Baer
  • A Memorable Genealogical Trip to Germany by Susan Koshkarian
  • German-Language Newspaper Collections at the New York Public Library by Claus W. Hirsch
  • Aufbau Obituary Indexing Project by Harry Katzman
  • New German Postal Codes by Ralph N. Baer
  • 1991 Leo Baeck Yearbook: Interesting Books for the German-Jewish Genealogist by Herb Mautner
  • The Dublons of Wittlich: A Success Story by Fred Levy
  • Jewish Genealogical Resources for Hamburg: A Preliminary Review by Rolf Lederer
  • A Bibliography of German-Jewish Towns and Cities by Peter Lande

Volume I, Number 3, Summer 1993

  • A History of the Jewish Community of Altenmuhr by Wilfried Jung
  • Jewish Soldiers in the Prussian Liberation Wars, 1813-1815 by Claus W. Hirsch
  • Name Adoptions in the Principality of Aschaffenburg by Ralph N. Baer
  • A Genealogical Trip to Southern Germany by Harry Katzman
  • Sophie Goes West: 19th Century Legal Documents by Harold H. Baldauf
  • A Bibliography of German-Jewish Towns and Cities (Part 2 of 2) by Peter Lande

Volume I, Number 4, Fall 1993

  • Remembering Rabbi Malcolm H. Stern (1915-1994) by Claus W. Hirsch
  • Genealogical Research on Jews of Southern Germany by Friedrich R. Wollmershaeuser
  • Holdings of the Landeshauptarchiv Koblenz by Bill Firestone
  • Using Public Sources for Jewish Genealogical Research in Bavaria by Herbert Loebl
  • The Jewish Community in Sugenheim by Thea Skyte
  • Theses From Southwest Germany by George Arnstein
  • The Jews of Anhalt by Herb Mautner

Issue #5, Summer 1995

  • Synagogues, Schools, and Cemeteries in the North Pfalz by Egon Busch
  • My Great-Grandfather's Journal by Robert W. Eppstein
  • Letters Found, People Found by Bill Firestone
  • The Rudolf Simonis Archives at the Leo Baeck Institute by Claus W. Hirsch
  • Berlin Jewish Records by Peter Lande
  • The Jews From Goslar by Peter Lande
  • Names: An Essay on Origins by George Arnstein
  • Reconstructing the Jewish Community of Gera, Thuringia by Gerard Braunthal
  • The Jewish Community of Burghaslach by Thea Skyte

Issues #6 and #7 (combined issue), December 1995

  • A Report on Alsace: Cemeteries, Name Changes, Census by Dan Leeson
  • Death Books from Auschwitz, essay-review by Erwin Denzler
  • GEOServ, Internet Access, Electronic References, Web Pages
  • Familiennamen der Juden in Deutschland, Family Names of Jews in Germany [First Names] by Gerhard Kessler, translated by George Arnstein
  • German Cemeteries, Overview & Notes, edited by George Arnstein

Issues #8 and #9 (combined issue), July 1996

  • Pioneers and Important Names in German-Jewish Genealogy by Claus W. Hirsch
  • The Education of Jewish Children in Bavaria by Thea Skyte
  • Survey of the Former East Germany by Frank Mecklenburg
  • Archivists Connected With Jewish Collections in Europe by Karen S. Franklin
  • More on Jewish Cemeteries in Present-Day Germany, Austria and Switzerland by George E. Arnstein
  • German-Jewish Research--An Introduction by Claus W. Hirsch
  • Sachsenhausen--A First Glimpse by Peter W. Lande
  • The Einstein Family from Buchau by George E. Arnstein
  • Sixty Years Ago--Jüdische Familien-Forschung: An Interview With Albert Phiebig by Frank Mecklenburg
  • Who Was Jacob, the 14th-Century "Sangmeister" of Nürnberg? by Hans George Hirsch
  • Aufbau Obituary Indexing Project by Harry A. Katzman

Issue #10, December 1996

  • The Cemetery Project by Arline Sachs
  • Schmieheim Memorbuch: Status for the Future by Rosanne Leeson
  • The Frankel/Fraenkel Families of Berlin by Edward Salier
  • A Little Known Source of Information in Berlin: Stiftung Neue Synagoge by Peter Lande
  • Where Do You Look for "Lost" German/Austrians?: Of Course, Shanghai by Peter Lande
  • Update on Frankfurt Families Zunz and Cayn by Frank Adler
  • Oppenheimers and Other Families from Frankfurt: Our Ancestors by George Arnstein
  • A Genealogical Sketch of Descendants of Jechiel Oppenheim, translation by George Arnstein
  • "Aus der Geschichte der Familie Dinkelspiel in Mannheim" translation by George Arnstein
  • German-Jewish Soldiers in World War I by Claus Hirsch
  • Index of Issue 6/7 of Stammbaum, indexed by David Neumann
  • Index of Issue 8/9 of Stammbaum, indexed by David Neumann
  • Jewish Records in German Universities by Robert F. Illing
  • Location of Archivists Connected with Jewish Collections in Europe, indexed by Phillipp Goldmann
  • In Memoriam: John H. Bergmann and Dr. Dietrich Andernacht

Issue #11, June 1997

  • Jente Hameln and her Distinguished Descendants by E. Irene Newhouse
  • Addendum: Jacob "Sangmeister" by Hans G. Hirsch
  • The "Yekke" Museum in Tefen by Herb Mautner
  • Derivation of some Family Names by Ralph Baer
  • Volks-Kalender as a Source by Claus W. Hirsch
  • Thuringia Data by Peter Lande
  • Oppenheimer Descendants, Part II by George Arnstein
  • Jewish Members of German Airforce, WWI by Herb Mautner
  • Rosenthal: No Link by Charles Sonneborn
  • German Documents in Poland by Edward Luft
  • Letter from the Guest Editor, George Arnstein

Issue #12, November 1997

  • Hohenems: Rise and Fall.... by George E. Arnstein
  • Village Life in the Early 19th Century by Berthold Auerbach
  • From Treves to Sichel by Frank J. Adler
  • The Guggenheim/Wormer Family... by Elizabeth Plaut, Book Review by Karen S. Franklin
  • Do I have German Roots? by Irwin Sagenkahn
  • Research in Trebus and Gross Gerau by Arline Astheimer Sachs
  • West Prussia: Travels and Discoveries by Carol Davidson Baird
  • Two Workshops on Germany at Paris Seminar by Ernest Kallmann
  • Franconian Genealogy by Charles P. Stanton
  • Civil Vital Records for Berlin Jews in the Potsdam Archives by Edward D. Luft
  • Possible Changes in Datenschutz/Personenstandsgesetz by Peter D. Lande
  • Letter and News Items from the Editor by George E. Arnstein

Additional Information in Most Issues

  • People: Valuable Resources for German-Jewish Genealogists
  • Book Reviews
  • References and Annotations
  • Items of Interest by Harry Katzman
  • Die Adressen der Autoren (Names and Addresses of Authors)
  • Suchen Mischpochah (Family Finder)
  • Name and Place Index

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