Pappenheim II

Descendantsof Simon Pappenheim

 

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    Seligman PAPPENHEIM & Hinda ZÜLZ 

  1.    Pinkus MÜHSAM (formerly PAPPENHEIM) (1737 - 28 July 1807) & Barbara (Berocho) JOSEPH JONAS ( - 14 August 1822)  Pinkus took the family name MÜHSAM. His story, and links to his descendant families can be found HERE.

  2.    Salomon PAPPENHEIM (2 February 1740 - March 4 or 5, 1814)  The descendants of Salomon can be found HERE.

  3.    Löbel PAPPENHEIM   Löbel is discussed on THIS page, and possible descendants are found HERE.

  4.    Valentin PAPPENHEIM  The descendants of Valentin can be found HERE.

  5.    Simon Seligman PAPPENHEIM (1731 - 1819)

  6.    Seligmann PAPPENHEIM

  7. -   Simon PAPPENHEIM (Josef ORNSTEIN)

       Went to Hungary, was imprisoned.  Renamed himself Josef Ornstein.  Joined the Austrian army.

  1. -   Prof. Dr. Phil. Eugen PAPPENHEIM* & Agnes USCHER

  2. -   Prof. Dr. Phil. Eugen PAPPENHEIM* & Anna SCHNEIDER

       Eugen Pappenheim (1831–1901) opened kindergartens and seminaries, edited Der Kindergarten, and founded the Deutscher Froebelverband (1873).

  1.    Prof. Dr. Phil. Karl PAPPENHEIM & Erna NAGEL

  2.    Hans PAPPENHEIM

  3.    Inge PAPPENHEIM

  4.    Ursula PAPPENHEIM

  5.    Anna PAPPENHEIM & WIENER

  6.    Gertrud PAPPENHEIM

  7.    Dr. Phil. Paul PAPPENHEIM

       Director of zoological museum

  1.    Itzig PAPPENHEIM ( - 15 August 1838, Oppeln) & Rösel MÜHSAM (formerly PAPPENHEIM) (about 1790, Pitschen - )

  2. -   Moses PAPPENHEIM (1813 - 1813)

  3. -   Josef PAPPENHEIM (1814 or 1815 - ) & Friederike KAYSER

        Josef was a banker in Breslau

  1.    Dr. Med. Eugen PAPPENHEIM

  2.    Siegfried PAPPENHEIM

  3.    Felix PAPPENHEIM

  4.    Friederike PAPPENHEIM

  5.    Hedwig PAPPENHEIM & BUKI

  6.    Albert BUKI

  7. -   Nanny PAPPENHEIM (1816 - 1904) & Salomon BERLINER ( - 1857)

        Founded the first kindergarten in Upper Silesia.  Matriarch of “Nanny’s Clan.” Photo at right.

  1.    Bertha BERLINER (1850 - 1924) & Eugen SIEGHEIM (1840 - 1909)

       Eugen Siegheim owned coal and iron mines and a steel smelter.  He was also the founder

of the Breslau streetcar company.

  1.    Emanuel SIEGHEIM (1888 - 1904)

  2.    Friedrich “Fritz”/Frederick SIEGHEIM/SIEGHAM (20 July 1889, Georgenberg - )

        & Hertha LOOFF.  Friedrich was a neurologist and psychiatrist.

  1. -   Vivian Monica SIEGHAM (1938 - ) & Ray PESTRONG

  2.    Jordana PESTRONG & Mitch ENGLER

  3.    Joshua ENGLER

  4.    Elijah ENGLER

  5.    Shanon PESTRONG & Kevin ROUSE

  6.    Leighton ROUSE

  7.    Ryland ROUSE

  8.    Marie “Mieze” SIEGHEIM (27 December 1890, Georgenberg - 1974) & Hugo NEUHAUS

  9. -   Geoff NEUHAUS (1926 - ) & Helen Hayden “Winky” BULL

  10.    John NEUHAUS* (1953 - ) & Debbie ROSE

  11.    Kristina NEUHAUS (1985 - )

  12.    Nicole NEUHAUS (1988 - )

  13.    John NEUHAUS* (1953 - ) & Pat ROTHSCHILD

  14.    Barb NEUHAUS (1955 - )

  15.    Joseph Emanuel (Ted/Joe) NEUHAUS (1957 - ) & Cynthia LOOMIS

  16.    Ben NEUHAUS (1992 - )

  17.    Robbie NEUHAUS (1993 - )

  18.    Chava NEUHAUS (1959 - )

  19.    Itty NEUHAUS (1961 - )

  20. -   Bärbel/Barbara Eva NEUHAUS (1928 - )

  21.    Ida “Idi” SIEGHEIM & Dr. Ernst FREUDENBERG

        Ernst Freudenberg was the grandson of Carl Johann Freudenberg, who had founded a large leather firm.  The firm shifted to the manufacturer of non-woven materials after WWII.  It continues to be family owned, now by the more than 300 descendants of the founder, many of them also the descendants of Ernst and Idi Freudenberg.

  1. -   Renata FREUDENBERG (2 July 1911, Munich - 3 July 1977, Vancouver, Canada) & Hans Jakob Ritter von BAEYER (1912 - 1998)

  2.    Veronika (Anna Veronika) von BAEYER (1936 - ) & Eberhard Christoph FINCKH

  3.    Ruth FINCKH (1963 - ) & Gerhard DIEHL

  4. -    Lucina DIEHL (1998 - )

  5. -    Laetitia DIEHL (2003 - )

  6.    Wolfgang PRÜFERT

  7. -    Alina PRÜFERT (2004 - )

  8. -    Melissa Claudia PRÜFERT (2007 - )

  9.    Richard Georg FINCKH (1977 - )

  10.    Prof. Hans Christian von BAEYER* (1938 - ) & Bea BEUTEL (1934, New Orleans - )

        Chancellor Professor of Physics at College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.

  1.    Chris von BAEYER (1962 - ) & Erika BATDORF

  2. -   Teo von BAEYER (2002 - )

  3.    Melissa von BAEYER (1964 - ) & Benjamin WILLIAMS (1962 - )

  4. -   Irene WILLIAMS (1999 - )

  5. -   Anna WILLIAMS (2002 - )

  6.    Prof. Hans Christian von BAEYER* (1938 - ) & Barbara Ann WATKINSON (1948 - )

  7.    Madelynn Watkinson von BAEYER (1983 - )

  8.    Lili Watkinson von BAEYER (1985 - )

  9.    Cornelius von BAEYER (1944 - ) & Edwinna CLAPPE

  10.    Eliza von BAEYER (1974 - )

  11.    Jakob von BAEYER (1978 - )

  12.    Prof. Carl von BAEYER (1950 - ) & Deborah LAKE

       Clinical psychologist in Saskatoon, Canada

  1.    Rebecca (Bequie) LAKE (1981 - )

  2.    Alison LAKE (1986 - )

  3. -   Marie Luise (Rigo) FREUDENBERG (1913 - December 2004) & Albrecht FREUDENBERG (1913 - 1981)

  4.    Catherine FREUDENBERG (1939 - ) & Alexander TRAYKOVSKI

  5.    Tanya TRAYKOVSKI (1964 - )

  6.    Peter TRAYKOVSKI (1966 - ) & Linda

  7.    Anna Bettina (Tina) FREUDENBERG* (29 May 1940 - 4 July 1994) & Philip ORABY

  8.    Jennifer ORABY (1962 - ) & John YOUNGBLOOD

  9. -   Thomas Freudenberg YOUNGBLOOD (1991 - )

  10. -   Ellie YOUNGBLOOD (1992 - )

  11.    Anna Bettina (Tina) FREUDENBERG* (29 May 1940 - 4 July 1994) & Vikram SHAH

  12.    Maya SHAH (1959 - )

  13. -   Carla Jay SHAH (1988 - )

  14.    Selina SHAH (1961 - )

  15.    Sunita SHAH (1963 - )

  16.    Johanna Maria FREUDENBERG (1945 - ) & Chris MORPHET

  17.    Tobias Morphet FREUDENBERG (1975 - )

  18.    Jemma (Jemima) Morphet FREUDENBERG (1979 - )

  19.    Shola Morphet FREUDENBERG (1985 - )

  20.    Nicholas Johannes FREUDENBERG (1948 - ) & Wendy CHAVKIN

  21.    Sasha Albrecht FREUDENBERG CHAVKIN (1983 - )

  22.    Barbara Elisabeth (Basha) FREUDENBERG (1951 - ) & Philip BANNISTER

  23.    Samuel Philip Freudenberg BANNISTER (1987 - )

  24. -   Agnes Hedwig (Hedi) FREUDENBERG (1918 - 1993) & Ernst HOSTETTLER (1913 - 1990)

  25.    Marie Dorothea (Dorothea) HOSTETTLER (1943 - ) & Carl SCANDELLA

  26.    Nathan SCANDELLA (1974 - )

  27.    Anna Barbara HOSTETTLER* (1945 - ) & Michael Kenneth HOOKER

  28.    Alexandra Christine HOOKER (1981 - )

  29.    Anna Barbara HOSTETTLER* (1945 - ) & Ed BURNS

  30.    Verena Elisabeth (Fran) HOSTETTLER (1947 - ) & Spencer Cole PUTNAM (1945 - )

  31.    Benjamin William PUTNAM (1976 - ) & Erin RUBLE

  32. -   Cole PUTNAM

  33.    Christina Katherine PUTNAM (1980 - )

  34.    Susan Ida HOSTETTLER (1951 - ) & George Harry FULLAS (1946 - )

  35.    Matthew Christopher FULLAS (1980 - )

  36.    Rebecca Agnes HOSTETTLER (1954 - ) & Bruce Charles BABBITT (1951 - )

  37.    Sophia Kim Hwa Rang BABBITT (1984 - )

  38.    Nicholas William BABBITT (1986 - )

  39.    Gregory Ernest BABBITT (1990 - )

  40. -   Bri FREUDENBERG (1919 - 1987) & Gerold WALSER (1917 - 2000)

  41.    Aglaia Elisabeth WALSER (1941 - ) & Luziuz KELLERHALS (1925 - )

  42.    Noëmi Amaryll KELLERHALS (1964 - ) & Daniel LEHMANN (1958 - )

  43. -   Moana Joelle LEHMANN (1989 - )

  44. -   Sarina Melissa LEHMANN (1990 - )

  45.    Florian KELLERHALS (1966 - ) & Fiona SCHAUB (1963 - )

  46. -   Noah Damian KELLERHALS (1990 - )

  47. -   Mischa Simeon KELLERHALS (1994 - )

  48. -   Ola Dimitri KELLERHALS (1994 - )

  49. -   Serafin Johannes KELLERHALS (1994 - )

  50.    Benjamin Emanuel KELLERHALS (1977 - )

  51.    Dr. Sibylla Dorothea (Byllis) WALSER (1942 - ) & Peter-Paul Eberhard SCHUSTER (1940 - )

  52.    Corinna Anais (Anaïs) SCHUSTER (1971 - ) & Tobias BRANDIS (13 February 1971 - )

  53. -   Jonathan Philipp BRANDIS (2001 - )

  54. -   Clara Miriam BRANDIS (2004 - )

  55.    Charis Selina (Selina) SCHUSTER (1973 - )

  56.    Sophie Cornelia SCHUSTER (1976 - )

  57.    Ernst Erasmus (Erasmus) WALSER (1949 - )

  58.    Urban Felix WALSER (1953 - ) & Anne PASCHOUD (1952 - )

  59.    Liesel SIEGHEIM (1893 - 1902)

  60.    Hermi SIEGHEIM (1895 - 1900)

  61.    Ida BERLINER (1851 - 1935) & Emanuel LIEBRECHT

  62.    Margot LIEBRECHT & Heinz COHN/COLDEN

  63.    Clara BERLINER (1853 - 1906) & Dr. Med. Ludwig BRUCK (1848 - 1906)

  64.    Dr. Med. Erich BRUCK (5 April 1880 - 1915) & Ada OPPÉ ( - 1943)

  65. -   Dr. Erika BRUCK (5 April 1908 - )

  66. -   Elisabeth BRUCK (28 June 1909 - ) & Kurt STEINITZ

       Lived in Istanbul for nine years on the way to Palestine.

  1.    Irene Rachel STEINITZ (1936 - ) & Zohar COHEN (6 November 1937 - )

  2.    Ada COHEN (1 April 1961 - 30 December 1996) & Miki NADIV

  3. -   Gal NADIV (1987 -)

  4. -   Shira NADIV (1981 - )

  5. -   Shachar NADIV (1996 - )

  6.    Noam COHEN & Irit LIFSHITZ

  7. -   Hadas COHEN (1990 - )

  8. -   Guy COHEN (1992 - )

  9.    Ehud (Udi) COHEN (1972 - ) & Gili PRINZ

  10. -   Tamir COHEN (1999 - )

  11. -   Dolev COHEN (2003 - )

  12.    Ilana (Lani) STEINITZ* (1946 - ) & David RICHARDSON

  13.    Anya RICHARDSON (1977 - )

  14.    Julie RICHARDSON (1979 - )

  15.    Ilana (Lani) STEINITZ* (1946 - ) & Crispin ELLISON

  16. -   Gertrude (Trudi) BRUCK (22 June 1913 - 5 March 2001) & Georg MAIWALD (16 February 1902 - )

  17.    Elenor Barbara MAIWALD (1939 - ) & DAGEN

  18.    Maria Cornelia MAIWALD (1946 - ) & Michael STEINBRÜCKNER (1945 - )

  19.    Ada STEINBRÜCKNER (1967 - ) & Peter STÜTZEL

  20.    Liesbeth/Lilli BRUCK (1881 - 1943) & Franz GOLDSCHMIDT ( - 1926) For more on the Goldscmidt family see HERE.

  21. -   Dorothee GOLDSCHMIDT (1915 - 1999) & Ludwig ROSENDAHL (1902 - 1991)

  22.    Gideon ROSENDAHL (1942 - ) & Teresia Johewet FRIEDRICH (1943 - )

  23.    Benjamin ROSENDAHL (1977 - ) & Liron RUBIN (1979 - )

  24. -   Brigitte GOLDSCHMIDT* (1917 - 1994) & Emil KATSCHER/KAY (1920 -1978)

  25.    Michael KAY (1954 - ) & Valerie ILES

  26.    Catherine KAY (1987 - )

  27.    Anthony KAY (1958 - ) & Carol Siew Joo LIM (1961 - )

  28.    Sebastian Wen KAY (1998 - )

  29. -   Brigitte GOLDSCHMIDT* (1917 - 1994) & John GOODWIN ( - 1994)

  30. -   Erich (Brüdi) GOLDSCHMIDT (1920 - 1978) & Dorli

  31.    Regula (Regi) GOLDSCHMIDT (21 June 1945 - ) & Ulrich (Ueli) GRAF

  32.    Martin GRAF (1970 - ) & Monika

  33. -   Noa Elia GRAF (2005 - )

  34. -   Giada GRAF (2002 - )

  35. -   Emilia Madita GRAF (2006 - )

  36.    Maja GRAF (1973 - )

  37. -   Dilian Naomi

  38. -   Elif Ana

  39.    Felix GRAF (1977 - )

  40.    Franz Martin GOLDSCHMIDT (1951 - )

  41. -   Bessier PAPPENHEIM (1817 - 1837)

  42. -   Salomon PAPPENHEIM (1817 - )

  43. -   Dr. Med. Louis PAPPENHEIM (1818 - )

       Physician in Berlin

  1. -   Friederike PAPPENHEIM & Marcus RING

  2.    Bertha RING

  3.    Ludowika RING

  4. -   Hanna PAPPENHEIM & STAUB

  5.    Moses PAPPENHEIM (January 1780 - 20 February 1848) & Bella COHN ( - 1832)

  6. -   Simon PAPPENHEIM

  7. -   Dr. Med. Moritz Samuel (Samuel Moritz?) PAPPENHEIM (1811-1882)

        Wrote what is considered by many to be the first work on the histology of the eye.

  1. -   Dorothea PAPPENHEIM & Moses Moritz LIEBRECHT

  2.    Max LIEBRECHT (1827 - )

  3.    Felix LIEBRECHT (1828 - )

  4.    Pauline LIEBRECHT (1830 - )

  5.    Florentine LIEBRECHT (1831 - )

  6.    Bertha LIEBRECHT (1833 - )

  7.    Selma LIEBRECHT (1834- )

  8.    Seligman LIEBRECHT (1836 - )

  9.    Jenni LIEBRECHT (1838 - )

  10.    Siegmund LIEBRECHT (1840 - )

  11.    Leopold LIEBRECHT (6 June 1841, Berlin - 28 November 1914, Berlin) & Mathilde STOLLER (1854, Militsch - 22 February 1878, Berlin)

  12.    Else Alma LIEBRECHT (21 December 1877, Berlin - 11 November 1961, Haifa) & Georg WOLFF (4 January 1876, Eylau - 1 February 1925, Berlin)

  13. -   Ursula (Miriam) Hilde WOLFF (7 June 1911, Berlin - 17 February 1994, Haifa) & Berthold LEWY (6 May 1900, Berlin - 12 June 1985, Haifa)

  14.    Jael LEWY (1943 - ) & Chaim BREITMAN (1940 - )

  15.    Michal BREITMAN (1966 - ) & Gordon Kendrick MACDOWELL II

  16. -   Daniel Kendrick MACDOWELL (1993 - )

  17.    Michal BREITMAN (1966 - ) & Yoram SAGHER (1956 - )

  18. -   Roni SAGHER (2004 - )

  19.    Jaron BREITMAN (1969 - ) & Efrat UMANSKI (1970 - )

  20. -   Jonathan BREITMAN (2000 - )

  21. -   Goni BREITMAN (2003 - )

  22. -   Noga-Maya BREITMAN (2006 - )

  23.    Uri BREITMAN (1976 - ) & Naomi

  24. -   Carmi BREITMAN (2009 - )

  25.    Adina LEWY (1946 - ) & Victor POLLAK (1942 - )

  26.    Ilan POLLAK (1975 - ) & Deena ROTHSTEIN (1975 - )

  27. -   El Ad POLLAK (2002 - )

  28. -   Tamar Olak POLLAK (2005 - )

  29.    Dani POLLAK (1978 - )

  30. -   Fritz Adolf WOLFF (18 May 1913, Berlin - 3 April 2006, Haifa)

  31.    Leopold LIEBRECHT (6 June 1841, Berlin - 28 November 1914, Berlin) & Berta FALK (1855 - 1924)

  32.    Elly LIEBRECHT & Julius LACHMAN

  33.    Walter LIEBRECHT & Grete HERMAN

  34. -   Kaete LIEBRECHT (1911 - 1945)

  35. -   Eva LIEBRECHT (1915 - )

  36. -   Gad LIEBRECHT (1920 - 1986)

  37.    Otto Eugen LIEBRECHT & Alice COHN

  38. -   Ilse LIEBRECHT (1912 - 1975)

  39.    Dora LIEBRECHT (1884 - 1940)

  40. -   Rosalie PAPPENHEIM (18 November 1814 - 20 December 1882) & Isaac HOLLAENDER (formerly RACHEL) (22 September 1809, Loslau - 25 November 1898, Berlin)

  41.    Alexis HOLLAENDER (25 February 1840, Ratibor - 5 February 1924, Bonn) & Anna

    Paul Alexis was a conductor and composer. As choral director of Berlin’s Cäcillienverein for 32 years, he gave the Berlin premières of Brahms's German Requiem, Handel's Semele and Liszt's Christus.

  1.    Alwine HOLLAENDER* (18 December 1841, Ratibor- 25 September 1925) & Carl PAULY

  2.    Alwine HOLLAENDER* (18 December 1841, Ratibor- 25 September 1925) & Dr. Jur. Paul KAYSER (9 August 1845, Öls - 13 February 1898, Leipsic)

      Paul Kayser, trained as a lawyer and a protegee of Bismarck, was Director of the Colonial Department of Germany from 1890 to 1896.  In this position he was in charge of all German colonies,which included what are now Cameroon, Tanzania, Togo, and Namibia in Africa, as well as areas in the south Pacific such as New Guinea and Samoa.  He began programs to bring Africans to Germany for education.  He also started some of the first efforts to preserve African wildlife. After his time as Colonial director, he was appointed to the German Supreme Court.

  1.    Alfred HOLLAENDER & Susanne NEUMANN

  2.    Alfred HOLLAENDER

  3.     Elisabeth HOLLAENDER ( - 25 December 1976) & Paul Otto ZACHARIAS

  4. -   Peter-Paul ZACHARIAS

  5.    Klaus Friedrich ZACHARIAS

  6.    Michael ZACHARIAS

  7. -   Klaus Hinrich ZACHARIAS

  8.    Alfons HOLLAENDER (1843, Ratibor - 1923, Florence) Alfons Hollaender was a well known painter. He moved to Florence, Italy.

  9.    Alma HOLLAENDER (31 January 1847, Ratibor - 21 December 1932, London) & Ernst HAAS (? - 1882) Alma Hollaender was a well known pianist and head of the musical department at Kong’s College, London.

  10.    Paul HAAS

  11.    Elsa HAAS

  12.    Almyra HOLLAENDER

  13.    Alquin HOLLAENDER

  14.    Tilla HOLLAENDER ( - 27 July 1958) & Richard FEIST

  15.    Alexandra HOLLAENDER & FAHNESTOCK

  16.    Noel FAHNESTOCK (25 December 1900 - )

  17.    Algunde HOLLAENDER (30 March 1856, Breslau - 25 November 1930, Berlin) & Eugen SCHWEITZER (18 May 1845, Breslau - 25 March 1911, Berlin)

        Eugen Schweitzer started out as a tea and coffee taster in Hamburg and London. He learned the import/export business and later became very successful as a stock trader. He and Algunde had their sons baptized as Lutherans, and were themselves converted. Some of their descendants became prominent Lutheran Theologians. Despite being Protestant, the family was persecuted under the Nazi regime for being”part-Jews” with many of them leaving the country.

  1.    Kurt Heinrich SCHWEITZER (27 June 1886 - 18 July 1973) & Jutta REICKE (1 July 1894 - 14 October 1980)

  2. -   Maria SCHWEITZER (11 March 1923 - ) & Enrique OTTE (1923 - )

  3.    Mary OTTE (1951 - )

  4.    Victoria OTTE (1953 - ) & Alain VIGNEAU (1953 - )

  5.    Leila VIGNEAU (1981 - )

  6.    Maella VIGNEAU (1984 - )

  7.    Enrique OTTE (1957 - )

  8.    Maeve OTTE (1995 - )

  9.    Bernado OTTE (1958 - 1991)

  10. -   Sabine SCHWEITZER (1926 - ) & Alan PRICE (1916 - 1985)

  11.    Philippa PRICE (1961 - ) & Ugar BILGE (1958 - )

  12.    Tolga BILGE (1994 - )

  13.    Tarkan BILGE (1996 - )

  14.    Kerem BILGE (1998 - )

  15.    Rebecca PRICE (1966 - ) & Niall BUCHANAN (1959 - )

  16.    Charlotte BUCHANAN (2000 - )

  17. -   Reicke SCHWEITZER* (8 April 1929 - ) & Pamela WILLS

  18.    Angela SCHWEITZER* (1956 - ) & Horst SCHOCK

  19.    James SCHOCK (1983 - )

  20.    Philip SCHOCK (1983 - )

  21.    Francesca SCHOCK (1985 - )

  22.    Angela SCHWEITZER* (1956 - ) & Mike HURST

  23.    Adrian SCHWEITZER (1958 - ) & Carolyn FRANCES (1959 - )

  24.    Thomas SCHWEITZER (1988 - )

  25.    Nicholas SCHWEITZER (1991 - )

  26.    Alice SCHWEITZER (1993 - )

  27.    Emma SCHWEITZER (1965 - )

  28. -   Reicke SCHWEITZER* (8 April 1929 - ) & Louise GRAHAM (1946 - )

  29. -   Michael SCHWEITZER (31 October 1931 - 2009) & Deirde BENDIT (1933 - )

  30.    Nicola (Nicky) SCHWEITZER (1964 - ) & Jen-Wei LIN (1956 - )

  31.    Anna LIN-SCHWEITZER (1996 - )

  32.    Nelly LIN-SCHWEITZER (1999 - )

  33.    Catrina SCHWEITZER (1966 - ) & Nicholas SMITH (1963 - )

  34.    Jessica SMITH (1996 - )

  35.    Ella SMITH (1998 - )

  36.    Jacob SMITH (2000 - )

  37.    Patrick SCHWEITZER (1969 - )

  38. -   Alexander SCHWEITZER (1939 - ) & Pamela AUBREY (1945 - )

  39.    Dora SCHWEITZER (1971 - ) & Steve WILSON

  40.    Rhoda WILSON (2002 - )

  41.    David SCHWEITZER (1975 - )

  42.    Ernst Eugen SCHWEITZER (17 October 1888, Berlin - 20 October 1981, New York) & Franziska Emily KÖRTE (1885 - 1972)

  43. -   Gabriele Franziska SCHWEITZER (1 October 1916 - 17 July 2003) & Hans SEIDEL (17 April 1913 - 29 November 1969)

  44.    Prof. Dr. Hans Joachim SEIDEL (1940 - ) & Dr. Ilse BERGER (1939 - )

  45.    Dr. Constanze SEIDEL (1966 - ) & SCHIMMELPFENNIG

  46. -   Nicolas SCHIMMELPFENNIG (1999 - )

  47. -   Adrian SCHIMMELPFENNIG (2002 - )

  48.    Christiane SEIDEL (1967 - ) & Markus HAUSER

  49. -   Paul HAUSER (2001 - )

  50. -   Carl HAUSER (2005 - )

  51. -   Lennert HAUSER (2007 - )

  52.    Sibylle SEIDEL (1968 - ) & Dr. Matthias WEIDEMANN (1957 - )

  53. -   Johannes WEIDEMANN (1993 - )

  54. -   Sophia WEIDEMANN (1994 - )

  55. -   Maria WEIDEMANN (1996 - )

  56. -   Christopher WEIDEMANN

  57.    Dr. Sebastian SEIDEL (1971 - ) & Anne SCHUESTER

  58. -   Leon SCHUESTER (1999 - )

  59. -   Luzie SCHUESTER (2004 - )

  60.    Cornelia SEIDEL (1944 - ) & Mathias KELLIG (1949 - )

  61.    Katharina Julia KELLIG (1977 - )

  62.    Christoph Daniel KELLIG (1979 - )

  63.    Dr. med. Peter SEIDEL (1947 - ) & Christine GOEHLER (1959 - ) Peter Seidel is a psychiatrist in Hamburg, Germany. He has three adopted children, Jessica, Sabrina, Benjamin.

  64.    Jessica SEIDEL (1982 - ) & Jürgen VEIT (1979 - )

  65. -   Justus VEIT (2005 - )

  66. -   Joschua VEIT (2008 - )

  67. -   Jasper VEIT (2009 - )

  68.    Sabrina SEIDEL (1984 - )

  69.    Benjamin SEIDEL (1988 - )

  70.    Eike SEIDEL (1949 - ) & Sabine HALUSZKA (1949 - )

  71.    Thomas SEIDEL (1954 - ) & Claudia TRUNZER (1954 - )

  72.    Dr. Julia SEIDEL (1984 - )

  73.    Franziska SEIDEL (1988 - )

  74. -   Marianne SCHWEITZER* (1918 - ) & Martin David BURKENROAD (20 March 1910, New Orleans - 12 January 1986, La Jolla, CA) Marianne Burkenroad (see photo at left) left Germany at age 19. She came to the United States, becoming an anthropologist. She now lives in La Jolla, CA. Her husband, Martin, was an oceanographer. Marianne was “the friend” in the 1964 book, Account Rendered or Fazit in German, in which a German woman (Melitta Maschmann) writes about having become a Nazi and how that led to the loss of her friendship with her best friend. Read about it HERE.

  75.    David BURKENROAD (1949 - ) & Andrea Lyn ROBERTS (1947 - )

  76.    Maya Rose BURKENROAD (1986 - )

  77.    Lea Rae BURKENROAD (1990 - )

  78.    Aaron David BURKENROAD (1990 - )

  79.    Andrea Franziska BURKENROAD* (1952 - ) & Ernesto LOPEZ (1952 - )

  80.    Taino LOPEZ (1976 - )

  81.    Andrea Franziska BURKENROAD* (1952 - ) & Jonathan AVANZATO (1957 - )

  82.    Jacob Andrew AVANZATO (1984 - )

  83.    Christopher Aaron AVANZATO (1990 - )

  84.    Benjamin David AVANZATO (1990 - )

  85.    William Ernst BURKENROAD (14 January 1954 - January 1998) & Elizabeth BIGGICA (1965 - )

  86.    William Martin BURKENROAD (1992 - )

  87.    Christina Marie BURKENROAD (1993 - )

  88. -   Marianne SCHWEITZER* (1918 - ) & Charles FUCHSMAN (1917 - )

  89. -   Eike SCHWEITZER (30 June 1919 - 7 February 1945)  Eike did not emigrate with his mother and brother Christoph, but chose to remain in Nazi Germany in the Wehrmacht. He died in East Prussia on the Russian front.

  90. -   Christoph E. SCHWEITZER (1922 - ) & Catherine Ann PLESCHER (19 February 1926 - 10 December 2008)

Christoph Schweitzer spent the war years in Cuba, after which he immigrated to the United States. He taught German at Bryn Mawr, and later was on the faculty of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, in the Department of German.

  1.    Stephen SCHWEITZER (1958 - ) & Belinda HAYWOOD (1958 - )

  2.    Peter SCHWEITZER (1967 - ) & Maria

  3.    Dr. theol. Carl-Gunther SCHWEITZER (22 December 1889, Berlin - 20 June 1965) & Paula VOGELSANG (1893 - 1986)

Carl-Gunther was a Protestant theologian. He was a member of the “Confessing Church” (Bekennende Kirche) a part of the church that resisted the Nazis, particularly their efforts to Nazify the church. For this he was imprisoned in 1935. In 1937 he was forced to resign his position in the clergy due to his Jewish ancestry. He spent the war in Britain, returning to Germany in 1949 where he founded an “Academy of the German Protestant Churches.”

  1. -   Wolfgang SCHWEITZER (8 July 1916, Erlangen - 1 February 2009) & Marianne SCHELL

      Like his father, Wolfgang studied theology. He was in the Wehrmacht until being dismissed from it in 1940, after which he was a Vicar in a church near Stuttgart. In 1947 he was appointed to the World Council of Churches. Later he became a Professor of Protestant Theology at the University of Heidelberg and Bethel-Bielefeld.

  1.    Gottfried SCHWEITZER & Angelika SCHULZ (1949 - )

  2.    Ulja SCHWEITZER (1981 - )

  3.    Ulrich SCHWEITZER (1948 - )

  4.    Michael SCHWEITZER (1949 - ) & Isabella REYMOND (1950 - )

  5.    Florian SCHWEITZER (1973 - )

  6.    Anja SCHWEITZER (1975 - )

  7.    Eberhard SCHWEITZER (1951 - ) & Ingrid MAAS (1952 - )

  8.    Maren SCHWEITZER (1981 - )

  9.    Christoph SCHWEITZER (1954 - ) & Jo BALL (1954 - )

  10.    Joachim SCHWEITZER (1985 - )

  11.    Joachim SCHWEITZER (1958 - ) & Fatiha JOUNSI (1959 - )

  12.    Naissa SCHWEITZER (1984 - )

  13.    Faisa SCHWEITZER (1991 - )

  14. -   Friedel SCHWEITZER (25 August 1917 - January 1943)

  15. -   Dr. Carl-Christoph SCHWEITZER (1924 - ) & Therese von ZILLER (1917 - 2002)

      Carl-Christoph went with his parents to England in 1939, where he sent the war years. he studied History at Oxford before returning to germany in 1946. In the 1950’s we worked for the German government in Bonn in an education office and in the 1960’s was a Professor of Political Science at the University in Berlin. He was for five years a member of the German Bundestag (Parliament) as a member of the SPD party. He is the author of numerous BOOKS on international relations.

  1.    Barbara SCHWEITZER (1943 - ) & Wolfgang EICHHOLTZ (1940 - )

  2.    Stephanie EICHHOLTZ (1968 - ) & Wolf-Dietrich von KLITZING

  3. -  Margarethe von KLITZING

  4.    Daniel EICHHOLTZ (1970 - )

  5. -  EICHHOLTZ

  6. -  EICHHOLTZ

  7.    Dr. med. Caroline EICHHOLTZ (1973 - ) & Dr. med. Patric BASTIAN

  8. -  BASTIAN

  9. -  Philippa BASTIAN

  10. -  Henriette BASTIAN

  11.    Georg Friedrich EICHHOLTZ (1976 - )

  12.    Dr. Helmut SCHWEITZER (1952 - ) & Margit POMP (1952 - )

  13.    David SCHWEITZER (1981 - )

  14.    Sarah SCHWEITZER (1983 - )

  15.    Dr. med. Georg Friedrich SCHWEITZER (1955 - ) & Dr. med. Christina GERLACH (1959 - )

  16.    Janina SCHWEITZER (1991 - )

  17.    Isabella SCHWEITZER (1993 - )

  18.    Maria SCHWEITZER (1893 - February 1912)

  19.    Marcus PAPPENHEIM ( - 25 January 1829) & Esther JAROSLAWSKY ( - 16 October 1856)

  20. -   Simon PAPPENHEIM

  21. -   Jakob (Jacques) PAPPENHEIM & Helene BERNHARD

  22.    Ord. Professor Dr. Jur. Max PAPPENHEIM (2 February 1860 - 3 February 1934) & Elizabeth LANG

    Max Pappenheim was a law professor at the university in Kiel. He wrote many books and articles on German and Scandinavian law.

  1.    Walter PAPPENHEIM

  2.    Hedwig PAPPENHEIM

  3.    Helene PAPPENHEIM & WEIGERT

  4. -   Amalie PAPPENHEIM & Moritz WOHL

  5.    Salo WOHL

  6.    WOHL

  7.    Frieda WOHL & Heimann OSCHINSKY (1844 - )

  8.    Wilhelm OSCHINSKY (1877 - 1948) & Martha GELLERT (1873 - 1943)

  9. -   Dorothea OSCHINSKY (1910 - 1995)

  10. -   Heinz OSBORNE (1908 - 1973) & Hilda BYK

  11.    Felix OSBORNE

  12.    Hugh OSBORNE

  13. -   Ilse Paula OSCHINSKY (1914 - 1980) & Frank Michael KAIM (1902 - )

  14.    Hans Leonard KAIM & Sandra BLUESTONE ( - January 2008)

  15.    Ilana KAIM (1965 - ) & Stephen COHEN (1966 - )

  16. -  Terry COHEN (1999 - )

  17.    Tammy KAIM (1968 - ) & David SAMUEL

  18. -  Edwin Michael Heinz SAMUEL

  19. -  Joseph Obadiah Victor SAMUEL

  20.    Max OSCHINSKY

  21.    Georg (?) OSCHINSKY

  22.    Amalie Feodora OSCHINSKY (1889 - ) & George CORD

  23. -   Helmut CORD

  24. -   Nathan PAPPENHEIM

  25. -   Seligmann PAPPENHEIM

  26. -   Friedericke PAPPENHEIM & BRAUN

  27.    Fradel PAPPENHEIM

  28.    Margolis/Margaliot PAPPENHEIM & Josef Abraham SCHNITZER

  29. -   SCHNITZER

  30. -   SCHNITZER

  31. -   SCHNITZER

  32. -   Louis/Löbel SCHNITZER (1807 - about 1845) & Pauline SCHWEITZER

  33.    Isaak Eduard SCHNITZER (Emin Pasha)* (28 March 1840, Oppeln - 23 October 1892, Kinena, Equatoria, Africa) & UNNAMED

  34.    Isaak Eduard SCHNITZER (Emin Pasha)* (28 March 1840, Oppeln - 23 October 1892, Kinena, Equatoria, Africa) & Safaran

        Born Isaak Schnitzer, he later went by Eduard Schnitzer, and became famous as Emin Pasha. Schnitzer was a physcian, naturalist, explorer, linguist, and Governor of an African province of the Turkish Empire. Read about him in the introduction to this page, above.

  1.    Ferida SCHNITZER (26 November 1884 - 2 May 1923)

    Ferida was the daughter of Schnitzer and his African second wife, Safaran. Ferida was eight years old when he died and was taken to Germany. There she was raised by, and lived with, Schnitzer’s sister Melanie (below), until Ferida’s death in 1923.  Idi Siegheim (above) was a classmate of Ferida’s at the Lette school in Berlin.

  1.    Melanie SCHNITZER (about 1841 - 11 November 1931)

  2. -   SCHNITZER

  3.    Pesse PAPPENHEIM

  4.    Nasche PAPPENHEIM

  5.    Zortel PAPPENHEIM

  6.    Blümchen PAPPENHEIM

  7.    Mariandel PAPPENHEIM




For more Pappenheims see the PAPPENHEIM I and PAPPENHEIM III pages.




*People with asterisks after their names were married two or more times.  They have a separate line for each spouse.

**People with two asterisks after their name were married to a relative who can also be found somewhere on these pages.


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Possibly the oldest of Seligmann Pappenheim’s four sons, Simon Pappenheim had eleven children.  Their descendants are shown on this page. For an overview of the Pappenheim and Mühsam families, see THIS page.


One of Simon’s daughters, Margolis, married Josef Schnitzer.  Their grandson was Isaak Eduard Schnitzer, who went by Eduard Schnitzer and became known as Emin Pasha.  Born in Oppeln in 1840, he was well educated, getting an MD degree at the University in Berlin, and also had a high degree of interest in zoology and ornithology. At the age of 24 he headed to Turkey, where he worked as a doctor and was appointed as a medical officer in the town of Antivari, Albania (now Bar, Montenegro. I was there in Dec. 2008). While there he studied Turkish, Arabic, and Persian.  In 1875 he went to Cairo, and continued on to Khartoum in Sudan.  In Khartoum he took the name Mehemet Emin, started a medical practice, and collected plants, birds, and other animal specimens, which he sent to museums in Europe.


In 1876, Charles Gordon, the governor of the province of Equatoria, invited Schnitzer to be chief medical officer of the province. Equatoria was a province of Egypt (which was part of the Ottoman Empire), consisting of the southern portion of present-day Sudan, along the White Nile, plus most of present-day Uganda. In addition to his medical responsibilities, Gordon used Schnitzer for political and diplomatic missions. Schnitzer performed so well on these missions, partly due to his fluency in the African languages, that when Gordon was promoted to Governor of Sudan, Schnitzer was made Governor of Equatoria.  During this time he was given the title of Emin Pasha.  Both he and Gordon worked against the slave trade in Sudan, with good success.  The slave trade was run by a small number of Arab slave traders who also controlled much of the region, and the slave trade was the largest part of the Sudanese economy. Therefore the ending of the trade was very detrimental to the Sudanese economy overall.

In 1881 a rebellion led by Muhammed Ahmad, known as “The Mahdi,” began in the Sudan, with the goals of ending Egyptian and Turkish rule, and of making Sudan an Islamist state (sound familiar?).  The Mahdists, as they were called, had the support of various ethnic groups, plus the support of the Arab slave traders, who were hoping to return to power.  The Mahdists were quite successful, defeating the small number of British troops who were stationed there, and in 1885 they captured Khartoum, during which battle Gordon was killed.


Emin Pascha (Schnitzer) who was south of the area controlled by the Mahdists, was forced to retreat further south to Wadelai, near Lake Albert, between present-day Uganda and Congo.  There he was cut off from communication with the north, although he was able to communicate to the outside world via Zanzibar, on the Indian Ocean. His plight caught the attention of Europeans, and Henry Morton Stanley (of “Doctor Livingstone, I presume” fame) organized the Emin Pasha Relief Expedition to rescue him.  Stanley’s expedition went from the Atlantic coast of the Congo, up the Congo River and through the Ituri forest.  This was a difficult trip even when I did it a hundred years later, in 1981. Two thirds of the expedition members died en route. Stanley finally arrived in Wadelai in April 1888, to the surprise of Emin, who hadn’t realized that he needed to be rescued. Stanley spent a year there, with Emin insisting on staying in Equatoria, believing he was doing good and worthwhile work there.  The year included a three month period during which Emin was imprisoned by mutinying troops. Emin finally left with Stanley, but got injured in Bagamoyo on the Tanzanian coast, so needed to recover, and Stanley continued to Europe without him.  Stanley later wrote about his expedition in IN DARKEST AFRICA or the Quest, Rescue, and Retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria (published 1890).  This turned out to be the last of the great exploration expeditions in Africa.


After returning to health, Emin set out early in 1890 into the interior with the aim of securing territory for Germany. However, in mid-1880 Germany and England signed an agreement defining spheres of influence in Africa, making Emins trip unnecessary.  Emin continued on his expedition never-the-less, entering into the Congo and traveling through areas that had never before been visited by Europeans. Heading towards the Congo River, he reached Ipoto on the Ituri River, in a region controlled by Arab slave and ivory traders.  Apparently angry about Emin’s efforts against the slave trade, one of them had Emin Pasha murdered in the village of Kinene on October 23 or 24, 1892.


Although my relationship with Emin Pasha is very distant, I think I still share some genes with him. See HERE.


Schnitzer, however, is not the only notable descendant of Simon Pappenheim.  Interestingly, his second cousin, Alwine HOLLAENDER, married Paul KAYSER, who two years before Schnitzer’s death became Director of the Colonial Department of Germany, essentially in charge of administering all of Germany’s colonies, including those in Africa.


Another notable descendant is Nanny Berliner, an educator who founded the first Kindergarten in Silesia.  Her descendants, numbering about 150, have kept in contact, calling themselves “Nanny’s Clan,” and having their own family website.


One brach of the family, the Schweitzers, include several prominent Protestant theologians, and a member of the German Parliament (Bundestag).


Much of the information below came from the book, “Geschichte des Namens Mühsam” (History of the Name Mühsam), written by Siegfried Mühsam in 1912.   Thanks to Geoff Neuhaus and the other members of “Nanny’s Clan” for the information on the descendants of Nanny Berliner and to Roger Lustig for information on many members of the Pappenheim and Mühsam families. Also thanks to David Friedman for information on the Liebrecht family. A big thanks also to Dr. Peter Seidel, Nicky Schweitzer, Marianne Burkenroad, and other members of the Schweitzer family.

Isaak Eduard Schnitzer

Emin Pasha

1840-1892

Nanny Berliner

1816-1904

Marianne Schweitzer Burkenroad

1918-