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Schamroth and Taub Families, "Wedding photograph"

Wedding photograph of Elias Schamroth and Dora Schamroth (nee Taub). He was the son of Samuel and Sara Lea Schamroth (nee Leichtag). He was born in Krakow, Poland. She was the daughter of Judel and Ernestine (Esther) Taub (nee Brodheim) and was born in Antwerp, Belgium. They were married in Antwerp, Belgium in 1923. In 1929 they emigrated to South Africa.

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Schamroth and Taub Families, "The Isserman Brodheim wedding"

Photograph of the Isserman Brodheim wedding, Antwerp, Belgium, 1894. The bride Betty Brodheim (1872-1955) was the daughter of Samuel and Rosa Brodheim (nee Meister). Her family were from Przemysl, Austria and moved to Antwerp, Belgium between 1888 and 1891. Alexander Isserman was the son of Meyer Isser and Frume Guta Isserman (nee Strull). He was born in Russia. They were married in Antwerp in 1894. All the family members were registered with the Antwerp City Police as foreign nationals residing in the city. Photographed sitting from left to right are Rosa Brodheim (nee Meister), Alexander Isserman, Betty Isserman (nee Brodheim), Samuel Brodheim, Raphael Taub, eldest son of Judel and Ernestine (Esther) Taub (nee Brodheim). Photographed standing from left to right are Jeannette Kornreich (nee Brodheim), Mr Birnbaum, Ascher Brodheim, Judel Taub, Ernestine (Esther) Taub (nee Brodheim) and Henri Brodheim. 'Antwerps Joods Verleden' door Sylvain Brachfeld, Belgisch Israelitisch Weekblad.

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Schamroth and Taub Families, "Members of the Taub family"

Photograph of members of the Taub family. It was taken in Antwerp, Belgium in circa 1934 Photographed from left to right are Cecile Lindsay (nee Wolkenfeld), Ernestine (Esther) Taub (nee Brodheim), Golda Taub (nee Goldman), Aurelia Wolkenfeld (nee Taub) and Mignon Reik (nee Wolkenfeld). During WWII Aurelia Wolkenfeld fled from Antwerp with her two young daughters to Marseilles France. In 1941 they managed to reach Lisbon, Portugal and sailed to the USA on the refugee ship, S.S. Serpa PInto. Ernestine (Esther) Taub remained in Antwerp and was deported to Auschwitz in 1942 where she perished. Golda Taub, her daughter in law and her son, Ferdinand Taub went into hiding during the War. They were the only family members who remained in Belgium after the War and survived the War.

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Schamroth and Taub Families, "Engagement photograph"

Engagement photograph of Elias Schamroth and Dora Schamroth (nee Taub). He was the son of Samuel and Sara Lea Schamroth (nee Leichtag). He was born in Krakow, Poland. She was the daughter of Judel and Ernestine (Esther) Taub (nee Brodheim) and was born in Antwerp, Belgium. They were engaged and married in Antwerp, Belgium in 1923. In 1929 they emigrated to South Africa

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Schamroth and Taub Families, "Elias Schamroth and his eldest son"

Photograph of Elias Schamroth and his eldest son, Leo Schamroth, taken in Antwerp in the winter of 1928/1929, prior to his departure to South Africa. Elias Schamroth sailed on the Carnarvon Castle from Southampton, England to South Africa on the 18th January 1929. He was 40 years old, and his profession was listed as a diamond cutter. He was listed as a foreigner and he travelled third class. His destination was Cape Town.

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