1867 - 1951 (84 years)
||Henriette Gertrude Hesse |
||17 Mar 1867
||Died in Stockholm with a Lutheran funeral but buried in Neiderstedten cemetery beside her husband. |
||20 Jul 1942
- Deported from Hamburg to Theresienstadt CC on Transport VI/2-302. Total: 802 Died: 709 Survived: 93
||Due to the Nazis she had to sell her large home in Gros Flotbek (outside Hamburg). She subsequently lived in a small apartment. |
Sent to Switzerland on February 5, 1945 on transport EW -341.
In September 1944, the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of USA and Canada had asked the Swiss politician Jean Marie Musy to use his contacts with Himmler for help. Musy obtained the release of 1200 Theresienstadt inmates to Switzerland in February 1945 after a visit to the Ghetto.
HIAS contacted her son Ernst as she was without baggage and money. Her son Kurt picked her up and she lived with his family in Stockholm.
||28 Apr 1951
||5 Sep 2010 |
||Paul Eichenberg, b. 15 Oct 1859, Adelebsen, Germany , d. 5 Mar 1927, Hamburg, Germany (Age 67 years) |
||2 Feb 1886
| ||1. Hans Eichenberg, b. 13 Nov 1887, Hamburg, Germany , d. 1970, Santiago, Chile (Age 82 years)|
| ||2. Fritz Frederic Paul Eriksen, b. 21 Jan 1889, Hamburg, Germany , d. 3 May 1974, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe (Age 85 years)|
| ||3. Ernest Lamar, b. 21 Jul 1890, Hamburg, Germany , d. 9 Aug 1955, Houston, TX, USA (Age 65 years)|
| ||4. Auguste Elizabeth Tut Eichenberg, b. 6 Oct 1891, Hamburg, Germany , d. 26 Oct 1941, Hamburg, Germany (Age 50 years)|
| ||5. Anna Annie Eichenberg, b. Yes - date unknown 1895, Hamburg, Germany , d. 16 Aug 1983, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Age ~ 88 years)|
| ||6. Kurt Eichenberg, b. 25 May 1896, Hamburg, Germany , d. 7 Apr 1987, Stockholm, Sweden (Age 90 years)|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart