Notes for MOSIEK SRUL "MAX" KLINGER:
Son of Nuchem and Sura Rywka (Goldsztajn) Klinger.
Born: October 11, 1860 in Lodz, Poland.
Alternate date of birth: January 1, 1872. (This was probably done so he had established his residence in Alsace before it was officially handed over to France after WWI. Otherwise, he would have been considered Polish and would have had to return to Poland or be in Germany as an "alien citizen".)
Died: April 20, 1931 in Dortmund, Germany.
Married: (1) Chana "Ewa" Marja/Maryjem "Marion" Rozencwajg in 1881 in Unknown.
(2) Anna Joskowitz about 1900 in probably Lodz or Pietrokov, Poland.
(3) Nisle Levi/Levy between 1920-1921 in Unknown.
Was in the used furniture/antique business. Lily writes he was a widower when he was travelling in Eastern Europe. There he met Anna, who was a singer there. Therefore Regina born in Poland. Occupation: June 13, 1918 - Merchant in Schiedam, Netherlands.
Before WW1 moved to Holland. Was there at time that Regina married. When war over must chose French or German citizenship. Spoke only elected to be German, therefore moved to Dortmund.
1881 - Lodz, Poland.
1891 - Frankfort, Germany.
1897 - Zurich, Switzerland.
1897-1900 - Strasbourg, France
July 1, 1901 leaves Strasbourg, France for Kiel, Germany.
1914-1918: Schiedam, Netherlands.
1918: Strasbourg, France.
1920: Dortmund, Germany.
August 8, 1926 - the couple moved with their, now five, children to the "Münsterstr. 273" (allthough in the "Hausstandsbuch" of the Schwarze-Brüder-Str. it is denoted that they moved to "Münsterstr. 279a")
July 19, 1930: Schützenstr. 103, a nursing home in Dortmund, Germany.