|Index of surnames|
|Salomon (Sally) Rosenbusch (1864 - 1943)|
|b. 16 Nov 1864 at Borken, Hessen, Germany|
|m. Fanny Bernhard (1864 - 1926)|
|d. 21 May 1943 at Sobibor CC., Poland aged 78|
|Events in Salomon (Sally) Rosenbusch (1864 - 1943)'s life|
|16 Nov 1864||Salomon (Sally) Rosenbusch was born||Borken, Hessen, Germany|
|21 May 1943||78||Salomon (Sally) Rosenbusch died||Sobibor CC., Poland|
Lived Amstellaan (now Churchilllaan) 79, Amsterdam from 1938 to 1943. Deported via Camp Westerbork (NL) 18 May 1943. (This information gathered by his granddaughter Lieselotte Meyer in Dusseldorf and Amsterdam.) He was a teacher in Viersen and then in Dinslaken. Moved in 1890 to Dusseldorf and became a merchant. Owned a dry goods shop. Very active in the Jewish community of Dusseldorf where he was a "Repraesentanz" (representative) from 1905 onwards.
In "Der zehnte November 1938" by Rabbi Max Eschellbacher it is stated that Sally Rosenbusch led the prayers while the Rabbi was imprisoned by the Nazis and that often only the Rabbi and Sally Rosenbusch were in attendance at funerals.
Here is a translation with some notes written by his granddaughter in December 2009.
|Created on 21 Apr 2015|