Ancestors, Descendants & Allied Lines of Dr. Jacob George Bruckman 1800-1885 & Dr. Philip Bruckman 1797-1874 , German Jewish Immigrant Physicians and Brothers from Böhmen, Austria (now Czech Republic) - Raymond C. Lantz. This book provides information relating to the heritage and origins of the Bruckman family beginning with Lazarus Brückmann (grandfather of brothers: Dr. Jacob George Bruckman, 1800–1885, and Dr. Philip Bruckman, 1797–1874); it documents all known descendants who are of German Jewish origin. These Bruckmans trace their origins back to two well-known original Jewish settlements known in German as Loschitz and Kremsier. The origins of these Jewish settlements trace back to Roman times, but are most known from the time they became part of the Moravia Provence of the Austrian Empire until their present day inclusion in the Czech Republic. Chapters include: Lazarus Brückmann (Generation 1) and his son Moishe Brückmann (Generation 2); Löbl Brückmann (Generation 3), son of Moishe, and his descendants; Judith Brückmann (Generation 3), daughter of Moishe, and her descendants; Lazarus Brückmann (Generation 3), son of Moishe, and his descendants; Philip/Pincus Brückmann (Generation 3), son of Moishe, and his descendants; and, Jacob George Brückmann (Generation 3), son of Moishe, and his descendants; followed by a reference list and a full-name index. Every direct descendant is given a unique alpha or alpha numeric identification ID. The oldest known person, Generation 1, is identified as Roman numeral “I.” Maps and photographs enhance the text.
2015, 8½x11, paper, index, 184 pp.
101-L5675 ISBN: 078845675X