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From: "a1steve's rubbish removals" <>
Subject: [BRITISH-JEWRY] Schweitzer
Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 09:28:43 +1000
I posted the below re: Max Schweitzer, brother
Heinrich and possibly Max's son, Berthold, who
could also be Steven Bert Sanders. Max is buried at
<If anybody is planning to visit Willesden Cemetery (U.S),
I'm hoping to find the Hebrew names of Max SCHWEITZER
and his father - Section GX, Row 7, Plot 32, date of
burial 16th March, 1943.
I'm trying to ascertain if this Max was born 15th October,
1881 in Ipplendorf, kreis Reinbach, Germany and was the
husband of Rosa nee LEVIS. He may also be related to
Steven Bert SANDERS (Benjamin son of Moshe) who passed
away in June, 1964, aged 53, and is also buried at Willesden.
Max had a known brother called Heinrich born 1st November,
1882, but I'm not sure if he came to the U.K.
Berthold SCHWEITZER was born 21st July, 1910, in Wormersdorf,
kreis Reinbach. Steven 'Bert' and Berthold could be the same person
re; naturalisation details in the London Gazette from 1947.
A Berthold SCHWEITZER was also a member of the British
Intelligence Service during WW11.>
<I unfortunately deleted an entry from one of the listers the other day who
was researching the surname SCHWEITZER.
Apparently the lister had Schweitzer relatives buried at Edmonton Cemetery,
and was asking if anyone could photograph the graves for him/her.
I've noticed that there are only eight Schweitzers buried at Edmonton, two
of them being relatives of mine. If anyone still has that info or can recall
who made the entry, I'd be very grateful if you would let me know so that I
can make contact.
Do you think there is a connection?