April 2011 - Joined GENI - Please Join our "Geni Family Group" - and Help Us Migrate Your Relatives :)
*some of the names already on GENI -- Last update: March 13, 2011
Note: JE "wealthy German family which did much in the 18th century for the development of modern culture among the Jews.. ..Daniel Itzig German banker; head of the Jewish communities of Prussia (1764-99).. ..Itzig was a member of the wealthy banking firm of Itzig, Ephraim & Son, whose financial operations greatly assisted Frederick the Great in his wars. He was also the owner of the large lead-factories at Sorge as well as of the oil-mill at Berlin, being one of the few Jews permitted to engage in such enterprises. In 1756 Itzig was appointed "Münzjude" (mint-master) by Frederick the Great, and again in 1758, together with his partner Ephraim" AND both Daniel Itzig and Moses (see Mendelssohn family) are direct descendants of the famous scholar Rabbi Moses Isserles of Krakow (1520-1572)
Note: their daughter? Caroline Salomon (12/5/1763 Boitzenburg in Mecklenburg, Germany - 5/19/1819) putzhändlerin, Königstr. 61 & Jacob Isaac (see Flesch family) (8/30/1756 Berlin m. 1808 - 7/17/1908 Berlin) *Anges. Priv due to the gene. for relatives of Daniel Itzig of 1761 (Anges. auf Grund des Gen Priv. für die Verwandten des Daniel Itzig von 1761)
*2nd wife of Isaac Daniel Itzig: Henne EPHRAIM Died: 1776 in Padua, Veneto, Italy *below Father: David Veitel Schmidt Ephraim (1762 - 1835) *geni-more Mother: Rebecca Itzig (11/2/1763 Berlin - 2/8/1847 Berlin)
Note: wiki "David, joint founder of the Jewish Free School in Berlin, employed Moses (see Mendelssohn family) in his silk factory, and founded the bank of 'Mendelssohn and Friedländer' with Moses's son, Joseph"
Note: see Mandelssohn, Itzig & Bach blog OR Itzig-Mendelssohn descendancyerr. Isaak Daniel (brother-in-law of silk manufacturer, author David Friedländer), Fanny Itzig von Arnstein, Sara Itzig Levy, Babette Itzig Solomon (daughter, Lea married Abraham Mendelssohn, son of Moses & Fromet Gugenheim, grandfarther of Felix Mendelssohn), etc.
Note: JE - Fanny (Vögele) von Arnstein "..Close relation existed with the Mendelssohn circle, even before Fanny's brother-in-law David Friedländer came to Berlin, and two of Mendelssohn's sons married members of her family. Henriette Herz, Rahel, Dorothea, and Henriette Mendelssohn, Marianne Meyer, and the other representatives of the Jewish salon period were her intimate friends. On her early marriage with the banker Nathan Adam von Arnstein she carried the social influences of Berlin, as molded by Frederick the Great, to the Vienna of Joseph II." OR articles on encyclopedia, Eskeles, Itzig, Arnstein, friends of Bach, Beethoven, Mendelsohn and Mozart
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