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526. Ibid. 15622.
527. “BDM-VIC.”
BDM-VIC. 1943#15622.
528. Ibid. 1924#1579.
529. Ibid. 1929#13949.
530. Loislsden (email name), “Alfred Samuel Moses,” 22 October, Jim Falk email archives.
See also http://genesreunited.co.uk
531. Barbara Falk, No Other Home: an Anglo-Jewish family in Australia 1833-1987, Penguin Books, Melbourne, 1988.
532. “BDM-NSW.”
BDM-NSW.

York St, Synagogue 1881#1690.
533. Ibid. 1877#428.
534. Michael Geballe, August 2003, “ANCESTRY CASSIRER, 1500 - 200(2), Edition 13 August 2003,” Copy in possession of Jim Falk, 23 Nisan 5597.
From ANCESTRY CASSIRER, 1500 - 200(2), Edition 13 August 2003, a set of family trees kindly prepared and forwarded to me by Michael Geballe,
and bearing the following attributions:

AUTHORS: 1st Author: ? - 1938, Dr. Max Neisser ( Nr. 919 ); 2nd. Author: 19?? - 1990, John Henry Richter ( Nr. 821 ); 3rd. Author : 1998 - 200(2)
Michael Geballe ( Nr. 852 ), Am Bach 21 21217 Seevetal, GERMANY

SOURCES : 1.) Author : Jacob Jacobsohn, JTXX= " Jüdische Trauungen in Berlin 1759-1813 ", Berlin 1968
2.) Author : Max Freudenthal, " Aus der Heimat Moses Mendelssons ", Berlin, 1900, page 278-281
3.) GSU : Information from congregational records on microfilm in the "Genealogical Society of Utah collections", e-Mail : http://www.familysearch.org
4.) BT XXX : Information from family ad published in that issue of the newspaper "BERLINER TAGEBLATT"
5.) Fritz Grodin : " Die Familie Cassirer " ( Leo Baeck Institute Archives from N.Y.C.)
6.) Cassirer family tree (foto) and other data from Dr. Peter Cassirer, Göteborg and Dr. Peter Paret, Stanford, California. Biographies in standard reference publications.
7.) Marcus und Jeanette , Siegfried und Henriette Cassirer'sche FAMILIEN - STIFTUNG; * Founder of the foundation ( Gründer der Stiftung ); ** Immerwährendes Mitglied; ° Membership Roster ( Mitglieder der ), Cassirer Familienstiftung 1931.; °° Have been present on the meeting 26.10.2002 in Berlin / Germany
8.) Olle Kellerman , Stockholm (13 April 2002)
535. “Stamm Nummer of Loebel Moses Cassirer,” 1796, Breslau Jewish Archives, http://genealogy.meta-studies.net/ZDocs/Cassirer/L...r_1796/cassirer1.jpg.
536. Michael Geballe, August 2003, “ANCESTRY CASSIRER, 1500 - 200(2), Edition 13 August 2003,” Copy in possession of Jim Falk, (GSU).
From ANCESTRY CASSIRER, 1500 - 200(2), Edition 13 August 2003, a set of family trees kindly prepared and forwarded to me by Michael Geballe,
and bearing the following attributions:

AUTHORS: 1st Author: ? - 1938, Dr. Max Neisser ( Nr. 919 ); 2nd. Author: 19?? - 1990, John Henry Richter ( Nr. 821 ); 3rd. Author : 1998 - 200(2)
Michael Geballe ( Nr. 852 ), Am Bach 21 21217 Seevetal, GERMANY

SOURCES : 1.) Author : Jacob Jacobsohn, JTXX= " Jüdische Trauungen in Berlin 1759-1813 ", Berlin 1968
2.) Author : Max Freudenthal, " Aus der Heimat Moses Mendelssons ", Berlin, 1900, page 278-281
3.) GSU : Information from congregational records on microfilm in the "Genealogical Society of Utah collections", e-Mail : http://www.familysearch.org
4.) BT XXX : Information from family ad published in that issue of the newspaper "BERLINER TAGEBLATT"
5.) Fritz Grodin : " Die Familie Cassirer " ( Leo Baeck Institute Archives from N.Y.C.)
6.) Cassirer family tree (foto) and other data from Dr. Peter Cassirer, Göteborg and Dr. Peter Paret, Stanford, California. Biographies in standard reference publications.
7.) Marcus und Jeanette , Siegfried und Henriette Cassirer'sche FAMILIEN - STIFTUNG; * Founder of the foundation ( Gründer der Stiftung ); ** Immerwährendes Mitglied; ° Membership Roster ( Mitglieder der ), Cassirer Familienstiftung 1931.; °° Have been present on the meeting 26.10.2002 in Berlin / Germany
8.) Olle Kellerman , Stockholm (13 April 2002)
537. https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/GM7N-JZ3, 15 Jul 2023.
Note that there is dispute about this death date, with Michael Geballe listing it on his family tree as 28 Apr 1837, but sourcing that to the same record of familysearch.org which now shows it as 7 Sep 1852. Other sources eg Bauschinger have followed Geballe’s entry. However, the later date of 1852 is consistent with the painting of Moses ben Loebel Cassirer which shows it was painted in 1842.
538. Stephen Falk, “Draft document,” 23 Jul 2023, Jim Falk Archives.
From the inscriptions analysed by Stephen Falk from the destroyed Classenstrasse Cemetery. Stephen notes that Moses Loebel Cassierer the Leib Cassierer who had the unmarried son Reuben Chajim ben Leib Cassierer who died in Breslau on 27 Feb 1784 and was buried in Grab Nr. 3654?  this seems very likely since Leib’s wife was called Zerchen Ruben in the 1791 Familienbuch; presumably her father was named Ruben and they named a son Reuben in memory of her father
539. From Irene Newhouse: Breslau marriage database, on Jewishgen: 213 5557 Sun 13 Elul Moses Juda Leib Ca ssirer Peril Salomon; Moses, ben Juda, also called Leib Cassirer, married Peril Salomon [ak a Pessel] 5557=1796/1797; used J-gen date converter to calculate marriage date.
541. Michael Geballe, August 2003, “ANCESTRY CASSIRER, 1500 - 200(2), Edition 13 August 2003,” Copy in possession of Jim Falk, Pamas of Breslau 1797.
From ANCESTRY CASSIRER, 1500 - 200(2), Edition 13 August 2003, a set of family trees kindly prepared and forwarded to me by Michael Geballe,
and bearing the following attributions:

AUTHORS: 1st Author: ? - 1938, Dr. Max Neisser ( Nr. 919 ); 2nd. Author: 19?? - 1990, John Henry Richter ( Nr. 821 ); 3rd. Author : 1998 - 200(2)
Michael Geballe ( Nr. 852 ), Am Bach 21 21217 Seevetal, GERMANY

SOURCES : 1.) Author : Jacob Jacobsohn, JTXX= " Jüdische Trauungen in Berlin 1759-1813 ", Berlin 1968
2.) Author : Max Freudenthal, " Aus der Heimat Moses Mendelssons ", Berlin, 1900, page 278-281
3.) GSU : Information from congregational records on microfilm in the "Genealogical Society of Utah collections", e-Mail : http://www.familysearch.org
4.) BT XXX : Information from family ad published in that issue of the newspaper "BERLINER TAGEBLATT"
5.) Fritz Grodin : " Die Familie Cassirer " ( Leo Baeck Institute Archives from N.Y.C.)
6.) Cassirer family tree (foto) and other data from Dr. Peter Cassirer, Göteborg and Dr. Peter Paret, Stanford, California. Biographies in standard reference publications.
7.) Marcus und Jeanette , Siegfried und Henriette Cassirer'sche FAMILIEN - STIFTUNG; * Founder of the foundation ( Gründer der Stiftung ); ** Immerwährendes Mitglied; ° Membership Roster ( Mitglieder der ), Cassirer Familienstiftung 1931.; °° Have been present on the meeting 26.10.2002 in Berlin / Germany
8.) Olle Kellerman , Stockholm (13 April 2002)
542. “Stamm Nummer of Loebel Moses Cassirer announcing marriage of his son Moses,” 1797, http://meta-studies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ATale...rerAndCohen1530-1800.
543. Stephen Falk, “Re: Moses ben Loebel Cassirer und seine Eherfrau Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer-,” 18 Jul 2023, Jim Falk e-mail archives.
544. Marianne Rosthal, “Re: Family History,” 16 Mar 2004, JF E-mail Archive.
545. Michael Geballe, August 2003, “ANCESTRY CASSIRER, 1500 - 200(2), Edition 13 August 2003,” Copy in possession of Jim Falk, (L1092).
From ANCESTRY CASSIRER, 1500 - 200(2), Edition 13 August 2003, a set of family trees kindly prepared and forwarded to me by Michael Geballe,
and bearing the following attributions:

AUTHORS: 1st Author: ? - 1938, Dr. Max Neisser ( Nr. 919 ); 2nd. Author: 19?? - 1990, John Henry Richter ( Nr. 821 ); 3rd. Author : 1998 - 200(2)
Michael Geballe ( Nr. 852 ), Am Bach 21 21217 Seevetal, GERMANY

SOURCES : 1.) Author : Jacob Jacobsohn, JTXX= " Jüdische Trauungen in Berlin 1759-1813 ", Berlin 1968
2.) Author : Max Freudenthal, " Aus der Heimat Moses Mendelssons ", Berlin, 1900, page 278-281
3.) GSU : Information from congregational records on microfilm in the "Genealogical Society of Utah collections", e-Mail : http://www.familysearch.org
4.) BT XXX : Information from family ad published in that issue of the newspaper "BERLINER TAGEBLATT"
5.) Fritz Grodin : " Die Familie Cassirer " ( Leo Baeck Institute Archives from N.Y.C.)
6.) Cassirer family tree (foto) and other data from Dr. Peter Cassirer, Göteborg and Dr. Peter Paret, Stanford, California. Biographies in standard reference publications.
7.) Marcus und Jeanette , Siegfried und Henriette Cassirer'sche FAMILIEN - STIFTUNG; * Founder of the foundation ( Gründer der Stiftung ); ** Immerwährendes Mitglied; ° Membership Roster ( Mitglieder der ), Cassirer Familienstiftung 1931.; °° Have been present on the meeting 26.10.2002 in Berlin / Germany
8.) Olle Kellerman , Stockholm (13 April 2002)
546. Adalbert Saurma, “piecemeal (2),” 22 Nov 2005, Jim Falk email archives.
547. “Mormon 1184380 record of Breslau Jewish births 1805-12 extracted by Stephen Falk and Werner Zimmt, transmitted by Irene Newhouse - see also note,” Ordinals 5 to 93, Joseph p. 12, Simon p. 16, Jochem p. 31, Lazarus p. 21, David p. 43, Leser p. 49, Loebel p. 82, Serel p. 110, Loebel (1811) p 123, Serel (1812) p. 144.
NB. The assumption that Gersen, Hirsch and Jacob Loebel Cassirer are sons of Loebel Cassirer (1745-1809) and then their offspring - namely from Gerson (Simon, Loebel and Serel), from Hirsch (Lazarus, Leser, Serel and Loebel)) and from Jacob (David) - are so related is an assumption, reasonable in relation to the chronology but unproved until more data is available.

From Irene Newhouse (email “Breslau Cassirer biriths, 1805-1812” sent 9 Aug 2005):

 I remembered that one of the Mormon films, 1184380 was  extracted by Stephen Falk & Werner Zimmt & Stephen sent me the Excel spreadsheet.  Here are all the Cassirer births from it.  The fields are: ordinal # in register, child's name, surname, father's given name, mother's given surname or patronymic, mother's given name, date of birth, page in register.

48 Joseph CASSIRER Moses Loebel SALOMON Pessel 5/7/1805 12
61 Simon CASSIRER Gerson Loebel MENDEL Rebeca 8/6/1805 16
5 Lazarus CASSIRER Hirsch Loebel ESIAS Rosel 10/19/1805 21
48 Jochem CASSIRER Moses Loebel SALOMON Pessel 8/3/1806 31
39 David CASSIRER Jacob Loebel DAVID Schoncke 8/5/1807 43
12 Leser CASSIRER Hirsch Loebel LESER Hadas (?) 1/4/1808 49
63 Loebel CASSIRER Moses Loebel SALAMON Pessel 7/3/1809 82
28 Loebel CASSIRER Gerson Loebel BERGHEIM (?) Rebeca Mendel 1/15/1810 92
93 Serel CASSIRER Hirsch (none) Hadas 5/5/1810 110
45 Loebel CASSIRER Hirsch Loebel LAZARUS Hadas 6/27/1811 123
60     Jacob CASSIRER Moses Loebel SALAMON Pessel 8/16/1811 127
57 Serel CASSIRER Gerson Loebel BURGHEIM Rebeca Mendel 5/22/1812 144

(note that "middle" names are actually patronymics, so that Moses Loebel, Gerson=Girschel Loebel, Jacob Loebel & Hirsch Loebel should all be brothers, unless there were 2 Loebel Cassirers in the previous generation [not all that likely, plus we've got the Family Book list indicating same].

There was no birth in 1812 corresponding to Siegfried Cassirer, so I'm guessing in this list are the 3 middle sons whose names you didn't know.  I'd have expected Siegfried to have been named Scheftel, Samuel, Saul or Salomon at birth, incidentally.
548. JewishGen, “Family Display: Friedericke CASSIERER,” http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys...3DQ8S9J%24FTJP100123, 8 Aug 2005.
The association of Friedericke Cassierer with Frimel Cassirer is induced by Irene Newhouse who suggests that “by the time she got married, Frimmel would have seemed too unassimilated/unfashionable a name; generally people picked a new one that started with the same letter as the old, more rarely they opted for names that meant the same.”
549. Daniel Kester, “Jacobi family (II)-Descendants of Jakob and Friederike Jacobi,” http://thekesters.net/Genealogy/Jacobi_II.html, Last update: October 24, 2010.
550. JewishGen Family Finder, “Bytom BMD 1812/1846, M 1935-38 Piotrkow Guberina / Katowice Province,” http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/, Last updated September 2000, Transmitted by Alexander Sharon, JGFF Editor., Film 1273452.
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