Compiled by Doron Zeilberger.
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Previous Update: Dec. 24, 1999; Dec. 5, 2000. (Thanks to my cousin Anne Howson (daughter of my aunt Gertrude Alexander Kuhn) ). Nov. 14, 2002 (thanks to Tom Furstenberg (jr and sr)). Nov. 27, 2002 (thanks to Tom Furstenberg (sr)).
Last Update: Sept. 6, 2005 (thanks to Stephen Falk, who kindly supplied me with List of Our Family members from Jacobson's book).
Madame Pauline Latz Phillip (b. Pauline Kaul) (1797-?) had two husbands: Samuel Salomon Latz (1775-Jan. 17, 1829), and Isaac Phillip (?-1848). She was naturalized a (partial) Posen citizen on June 6, 1834. At the time she lived in the city of Posen (today Poznan, Poland). The entry in Edward David Luft's book: "The Naturalized Jews of the Grand Duchy of Posen in 1834 and 1835" (Scholars Press, Atlanta , GA) about her reads as follows (p. 51):
69 Posen Latz, Pauline, geb. Kaul Kfmwtw. 6-6-1834Kfmwtw is short for "a merchant's widow".
With her first husband, she had (at least) three children:
David Latz was married to Bertha Witkowski (Aug. 13, 1823- Feb. 1, 1892). David Latz and Bertha (b. Witkowski) Latz had the following children
Madame Latz Phillip's second husband was Isaac Phillip (Filhene, April 3, 1784- Berlin, March 16, 1848). He died in the revolt of 1848. Here is his entry from the above-mentioned Jacobson book:
Issac Phillip also had the following children from his first wife:
A loving portrait of Pauline is given in her grand-daughter Anna Moritz's Pinner Letter to Anna Pinner's granddaughter Gertrude .
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