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us if you know of other databases.
All Hungary Database. This database have more than
800,000 entries, referring to individuals living in the
current and former territory of Hungary — this includes
present Hungary, Burgenland in Austria, Slovakia,
Croatia, northern Serbia, northwestern Romania, and
subcarpathian Ukraine. The database is a work in
progress and new entries are being added regularly.
for Census, B.M.D.
Marriages and Death) and Holocaust records for
Lackenbach. The Database also includes:
the 1828 Tax Payer list, in the JewishGen All Hungarian
Database for "Town" - "is exactly" -
"Lackenbach". 207 entries for "Lackenbach".
Hungarian Census list
Search the 1848
Census, in the JewishGen All Hungarian Database for
"Town" - "is exactly" - "Lackenbach". 29
entries for "Lackenbach".
- 1895 B.M.D.
news! JewishGen is transcribing the Lackenbach 1833 -
1895 B.M.D. records.
Once the project is finished, data
will be searchable in the All Hungarian Database.
Special Interest Group (H-SIG) is a forum for the exchange of genealogical and
historical information for those with Jewish roots
in the area known as "Greater Hungary" or pre-Trianon Hungary
and covers all those areas that were once predominantly
Hungarian-speaking. This includes all of present-day Hungary
and Slovakia and territory now within Romania, the Ukraine,
Austria (including present-day Burgenland), Croatia, Bosnia,
Austria-Czech SIG. The purpose of this Special
Interest Group is to serve as a
forum for the exchange of genealogical and historical
information relating to the Jewish communities that once
existed in Austria (not including Burgenland) and the Czech
Republic (Bohemia and Moravia)
Finder. You may find
and contact other researchers that are researching the
same surname that you do. 26 researchers, researching 54 families from
Museum - prisoners list - 3 names from
Lackenbach : RIEGLER Julius Israel, SPIEGEL Camilla, SPIEGL
österreichischenen Widerstandes - Austrian Shoa victims
"Lackenbach" in "Place of Birth" will
result in 183 names (as in 2013); in "Residence" - 2
remembrance and memory, Jewish Victims of the National
Socialism from Burgenland,
a project by Research Society Burgenland.
(Search "Database" for 162 names from Lackenbach).
JewishGen Holocaust database: enter "Town"-"is
Exactly"-"Lackenbach" and enter your JewishGen password - 35
victims and survivors.
List of Interviews with survivors. Three of them were born
Ella Fehl born WEINER; Walter RIEGLER; Erna
Schönová born RIEGLER.
on the "Shoah Foundation" link above to go to the "USC Shoah
Foundation Institute" home page;
choose "The Testimonies" > "Access to the
Testimonies" > "Testimonies Cattalogue".
Follow the instruction to search by name or by place - the
"Search" tab is at the top right).
USHMM (United States
Holocaust Memorial Museum) "Searching
names" - for "Holocaust Survivors and Victims
Enter "Lackenbach" in "Place" - 70 names listed.
Central Database of the Shoah victims' names: 236
names from Lackenbach.
to to find the nearest Family History Centre, where you may order
and view the films.
Lackenbach Jewish B.M.D. 1833-1895,
Film number 0700801 Vol. 1 (Filmed 1966)
Lackenbach Jewish B.M.D. 1833-1895, Film number
2351632 Item 4 (Filmed 2002)*
Payers List 1828
Lackenbach Census 1857,
Sopron Megye, Film number 0720205. See Lackenbach 1857 Census Surname
list. and 1857 Census
, Film number 0623113 (also in the JewishGen All Hungarian
Database). Look for Lackenbach:
"Possessio No. 124 -Lakonbak".
Within the Census of the taxable
population of Hungary, 1828, Sopron Megye. Includes
references to the financial situation, including descriptions of
lands and properties. The records are arranged by counties and
within the counties by localities in alphabetical order. Text in
Lackenbach B.M.D. Civil registration
(including Jewish) 1895-1920, in 8 MicroFilm 35mm:
1895-1903, Film Number 0700345
1903-1920, Film Number
1895-Jan 1907, Film
Number 2351633, Items 1-3
Jan 1907-1911, Film
Number 2351634, Items 1-2
1895-1920, Film Number
1891-1911, Film Number
1895-1911, Film Number
1912-1920, Film Number
1895-1901, Film Number
2351634, Item 5
1902-1911, Film Number
2351635, Item 1
*Microfilms (films) number starting
with 07...should be identical, for the same years, to the films
starting with 23...
List of 1742 (!) graves in Lackenbach cemetery. The list
was contributed anonymously to Yohanan Loeffler, with a
permission to publish in this website.
The list is displayed in its original format.
Books and publications:
- B. Wachstein: Urkunden zur Geschichte der Juden in Eisenstadt
und den Siebengemeinden, Vienna 1926.
- B. Wachstein: Die Grabinschriften des alten juedischen
Friedhofs in Eisenstadt, Vienna 1922.
- Israel A. Gluck: Kindheit in Lackenbach - Judische Geschichte
- Johannes Reiss: Hier in der heiligen juedischen Gemeinde
Eisenstadt - Die Grabinschriften des juengeren juedischen
Friedhofs in Eisenstadt; publ. by the Oesterr. juedisches Museum
Eisenstadt, Eisenstadt 1995, ISBN 3-900907-04-8.
- Leopold Moses: Spaziergaenge - Studien zur Geschichte der
Juden in Oesterreich, Vienna 1994, ISBN 3-85409-233-4.
- Steines/Lohrmann/Forsch: Mahnmale - Juedische Friedhoefe in
Wien, Niederoesterreich und Burgenland, Vienna 1992, ISBN
Hugo Gold, Gedenkbuch der
untergegangenen Judengemeinden des Burgenland.
Rabbi Adonyahu Kraus: Lackenbach Holy Community
(Hebrew and Yiddish) קהילה קדושה לאקענבך מאת הרב
אדוניהו קראוס, 1963
Image contributed by Peter Quentin,
book given to him by
belonged to Joseph Loffler
Mattersdorf - A
KehilaLink about another Jewish community of the "Seven
Communities" in Burgenland.
Burgenland Bunch Genealogy Group (Search "Surnames"
- Burgenland - in "scholemandfriends.com" by Hannes Graf
register: Men reserved Seats
and Women reserved Seats;
about 200 names each, from about 1880.
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