Adel surveys of Jewish families

To modern times needle surveys of families were of Jewish origin as something completely unthinkable. Only then is this principle more. With this work, an attempt was made, to give a summary of the ennobled families and without difference, whether the needle purchaser still known to the Jewish religion, or whether they or their ancestors were Christians through baptism externally.

The families in this book are neatly arranged in alphabetical order.


Those:

Publisher of Kyffhäuser: Ennobled Jewish families, Salzburg 1891

(It's not a showpiece, that I've found here. The quality leaves much to be desired. Yes we can but it's finally read it and recyclable content)

2 Comments to “Adel surveys of Jewish families”

  1. admin says:

    Thank you for pointing this out. But at what were these Jews in the Catholic nobility? Even in the Middle Ages?

  2. Ralf says:

    In Portugal, there were they really, and not just in the letter aristocracy: The Jews in the Catholic nobility of Portugal.