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Please note: The "C" in Caslav is pronounced like the "ch" in church.

 

The List of Unique Family Surnames in the Caslav Jewish Cemetery

Please remember that we undertake this mitzvah to honor the memory of not only those who lie in this hallowed ground,
but for all those who followed, whose gravesites will never be known.

 

   

 

Caslav

    Abeles, Agular, Arnstein, Alter
   

Badler, Bandler, Beck, Beckman, Beran, Bretis, Brod, Brucker

    Doktor, Dub
    Eisner
    Faun, Fischer, Fischl, Fleischner, Floschner, Freund, Friedlander, Fuchs
    Geduldigr, Gegr, Geiger, Gelner, Glaser, Goldberger, Gothlieb
    Hammerschlag, Hasenberg, Herman, Hoch, Hochman, Hofman, Holzer, Honigsfeld
    Iltis
    Jahod, Jelinek, Jink, Jonk
    Kastner, Katz, Kleiner, Klinger, Koralk, Kras, Krasenin, Krasy, Kraus, Kummerman
    Langer, Lavecky, Leib, Lederer, Leiser, Liber, Lovy, Lustig
    Maier, Maisl, Meisl, Meisler, Milrad, Moravc, Muller, Musil, Mysk
    Neustadtl, Neuman
    Ornstein, Osterreicher
    Pacovsky, Penizek, Pick, Polak, Poppor, Pradersk, Prazdny, Priban
    Raitr, Reich, Reiman, Reimannstatker, Reitman, Robinshon
   

Salof, Schenk, Schlabl, Schmolk, Schok, Schulhof, Schvarz, Seideman,

Seidler, Sidlof, Silberstern, Slatin, Smolk, Smrck, Snabl, Sobek, Spitz,

Sporn, Stein, Steiner, Steinhorn, Stern, Stiasny, Sulc, Sulhof, Svarc

    Tausig, Traub
    Veil, Verner, Vertner, Vrb
    Wasserman, Walter, Weil, Weiner, Weisenstein, Werner, Wertner, Wilder

 

This table lists 128 unique family names. If you Search for them in the JewishGen Family Finder using the "Soundex" feature found in the Search page,
there will be a great many more variations.  Some of them, or their namesakes, may be on your family tree.

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