Bertha Fleischhacker (born Frankl)

Religious name:Beile
Former name:Lustig
Born:June 8 1862 In:  Bratislava, Slovakia
Died:June 22 1940 (at age 78)In:  Bratislava, Slovakia
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Immediate family

Bernhard Lustig
Her husband
Nella - Cornelia Pauline Alkalay (born Lustig)
Her daughter
Leopold Lipot Fleischhacker
Her husband
Frida Fleischhacker
Her daughter
Dr. Desider Fleischhacker
Her son
Emma Fleischhacker
Her daughter
Gisella (Giza) Lowenstein (born Fleischhacker)
Her daughter
Kaethe Katharina Katalin Waldmann (born Fleischhacker)
Her daughter
David Frankl
Her father
Regine Rivka Frankl (born Obernbreit)
Her mother
Emma (Hermine) Weiss (born Frankl)
Her sister
Ignatz Frankl
Her brother
Julia Hofbauer (born Frankl)
Her sister
Jozefine Frankl
Her sister
Marie Frankl
Her sister
Wolf Frankl
Her brother
Paula (Pauline) Klau (Weiss) (born Frankl)
Her sister
Theodor "Uncle Dori" Frankl
Her brother
Fanny - Fancsi Singer (born Frankl)
Her sister
Amalia Malcsi Emilie Schoenfeld (born Frankl)
Her sister
Unknown Frankl
Her brother
Karoline Braun (born Frankl)
Her sister
Max (Marcus Markus) Frankl
Her brother
Moses Wolf Frankl
Her brother
Helene Lina Line Abdela (born Frankl)
Her sister
Bernhard Frankl
Her brother
Toni Frankl
Her sister
Alfred (Adolf) Frankl
Her brother
Adele Loewy (born Frankl)
Her sister
David Frankl
Her brother
Unknown Frankl
Her sibling
Unknown Frankl
Her sibling
Unknown Frankl
Her sibling
Unknown Frankl
Her sibling
Unknown Frankl
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Unknown Frankl
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Unknown Frankl
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Biography

 

Erika Kornbluth - I do not remember, or knew – my grandmother Bertha. She came to Wien a few times and stayed with Nella and did a lot of crocheting. At that time her memory must have been failing already because she used to ask “Muss ich zweimal oder dreimal umschlagen?” (Do I have to loop it two or three times) referring to her crocheting. The only time I went to Bratislava to visit her she was always looking for her keys.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fred Singer:

 

 

 

Leopold and Bertha Fleischhacker lived on “Republikplatz” in Bratislava. The building had 3 stories, on the ground floor their store. Leopold sold grains and other farm products. They lived on the second floor. There was a large courtyard, open balconies running all around the building. On the third floor there was a “hotel”, always very busy – couples entering and leaing all day long. It did not seem to bother the Fleischhackers. Saturday and Sunday was market day, farmers from the country came to do business. I remember being told that the Fleischhacker business was once or twice posted at the synagogue for doing business on Saturday.

 

Hanna Simon:

 

 

 

My grandmother was Bertha, the only grandparent we had. She lived in Bratislava, we in Wien and I only saw her a couple of times as a child. After Hitler invaded Austria she came and spent time with Tante Nella – I was assigned to walk with her on Sunday mornings. She did not remember much and asked the same thing over and over. I was only 14 years old and made a game of telling her different things every time. Mostly she asked about Paul Frankl who was already in America and she could not understand why. She was tiny, very frail. In Bratislava she had a maid and would give her money many times – thanks to God, the maid was honest and returned it. When Grossmama died in 1940 my parents moved to Bratislava and lived on her pension. I was in Sweden and could sometimes arrange correspondence between Europe and America.

 

 

Cornelia Balan:

 

 

 

On one occasion Bertha tried to find a husband for Nella. She admitted to the prospective husband that Nella had a child, but indicated with her hands “…aber so klein” (…but so small), showing about 10 cm.

 

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