Mendelssohn

Mendel HeymannAge: 83 years16831766

Name
Mendel Heymann
Birth 1683

Birth of a son
#1
Moses Mendelssohn
September 6, 1729 (Age 46 years)
Occupation
Sofer, Gemeindeschreiber und Primarschullehrer

Death May 10, 1766 (Age 83 years)
  1. Generation 1
    1. Mendel Heymann, sofer, Gemeindeschreiber und Primarschullehrer, was born in 1683 and died on May 10, 1766 in Dessau at the age of 83.

      Children of Mendel Heymann:

      1. Moses Mendelssohn (17291786)
  2. Generation 2back to top
    1. Moses Mendelssohn, philosoph der Aufklärung, son of Mendel Heymann, was born on September 6, 1729 in Dessau and died on January 4, 1786 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen at the age of 56.

      Children of Moses Mendelssohn and Fromet Gugenheim:

      1. Sarah Mendelssohn (17631764)
      2. Dorothea Fredericke Mendelssohn (17641839)
      3. Haim Mendelssohn (17661766)
      4. Recha Mendelssohn (17671831)
      5. Mendel Abraham Mendelssohn (17691775)
      6. Joseph Mendelssohn (17701848)
      7. Henriette Maria Mendelssohn (17751831)
      8. Abraham Mendelssohn Bartholdy (17761835)
      9. Susgen Mendelssohn (1778)
      10. Nathan Mendelssohn (17811852)
  3. Generation 3back to top
    1. Dorothea Fredericke Mendelssohn, literaturkritikerin und Schriftstellerin der Romantik, daughter of Moses Mendelssohn and Fromet Gugenheim, was born on October 24, 1764 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen and died on August 3, 1839 in Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland at the age of 74. She married 2 times. The first time she married Simon Veit on April 3, 1783. He was born on May 25, 1754 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen and died on October 1, 1819 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen at the age of 65. Dorothea Fredericke Mendelssohn and Simon Veit were divorced on January 11, 1799. The second time she married Friedrich Schlegel on April 6, 1804 in Paris, Frankreich. He was born on March 10, 1772 in Hannover and died on January 12, 1829 in Dresden at the age of 56.

      Children of Dorothea Fredericke Mendelssohn and Simon Veit:

      1. Johannes Veit (17901854)
      2. Philipp Veit (17931877)
    2. Recha Mendelssohn, daughter of Moses Mendelssohn and Fromet Gugenheim, was born on July 14, 1767 in Berlin and died on April 23, 1831 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen at the age of 63. She married Mendel Meyer in 1786. Recha Mendelssohn and Mendel Meyer were divorced in 1800.

      Children of Recha Mendelssohn and Mendel Meyer:

      1. Rebecca “Betty” Meyer (17931850)
    3. Joseph Mendelssohn, bankier, son of Moses Mendelssohn and Fromet Gugenheim, was born on August 11, 1770 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen and died on November 24, 1848 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen at the age of 78.

      Children of Joseph Mendelssohn and Henriette Meyer:

      1. Georg Benjamin Mendelssohn (17941874)
      2. Alexander Mendelssohn (17981871)
    4. Abraham Mendelssohn Bartholdy, son of Moses Mendelssohn and Fromet Gugenheim, was born on December 10, 1776 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen, Deutschland and died on November 19, 1835 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen, Deutschland at the age of 58. He married Lea Salomon, daughter of Levin Jakob Salomon and Bella Itzig, on December 26, 1804 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen, Deutschland. She was born on March 15, 1777 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen, Deutschland and died on December 13, 1842 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen, Deutschland at the age of 65.

      Children of Abraham Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Lea Salomon:

      1. Fanny Mendelssohn Bartholdy (18051847)
      2. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (18091847)
      3. Rebecka Mendelssohn Bartholdy (18111858)
      4. Paul Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (18121874)
    5. Nathan Mendelssohn, son of Moses Mendelssohn and Fromet Gugenheim, was born on December 8, 1781 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen and died on January 9, 1852 in Berlin, Brandenburg, Preußen, Deutschland at the age of 70.

      Children of Nathan Mendelssohn and Henriette Itzig:

      1. Arnold Mendelssohn (18171854)
      2. Ottilie Mendelssohn (18191848)
      3. Wilhelm Mendelssohn (18211866)
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