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Haus von Markus Pfifferling Konradsburgerstraße

Haus von Markus Pfifferling Konradsburgerstraße

Markus Pfifferling:
http://data.synagoge-eisleben.de/gen/fg06/fg06_065.htm

Margarete Coffeld:
http://data.synagoge-eisleben.de/gen/fg01/fg01_400.htm

Arthur Pfifferling, son of Markus:
http://data.synagoge-eisleben.de/gen/fg06/fg06_066.htm


Markus Pfifferling/Margarete Coffeld

Markus Pfifferling/Margarete Coffeld

Markus Pfifferling in front of his house in Siederstraße, Ermsleben.

Markus Pfifferling was one of Opa Karl's uncles and Margarete Coffeld was Opa's first cousin.

Markus Pfifferling was born on 15 December 1855 in Datterode, district of Eschwege-Hessen. He is the son of Josef Pfifferling and a born Hesse (first name of the mother unknown)*. He spent his childhood in Arnstadt. With his wife Fanny Pessel he received the children of Georg (born 30 December 1884, died 29 August 1885), Leopold (born 6 May 1894), Johanne (born 1.4 1886), Arthur (b. December 1887), Friedrich (born 9 February 1889) and Margarete [2] At Konradsburger Straße 140 E, today Konradsburgerstrasse 120, he ran a textile business, which he had taken over from his sister-in-law Leopold Pessel. He also owned another house in Siederstrasse, next to his daughter Margarete Coffeld. [3] Markus Pfifferling died in Ermsleben on 4 June 1937 at the age of 81. [2]
*(Jettchen Hesse b:April 18, 1818 d: Jan 26, 1866)


Margarete Coffield, b. Pfifferling, was born on 3 December 1883 in Ermsleben. She was the firstborn of six children of the parents Fanny Pessel and Markus Pfifferling. [2] Margarete's nickname was Gretchen. [9] On June 5, 1912, she married Benno Coffeld, the owner of a clothing store in Ermsleben, where she received three children: Margot Coffeld, Ruth Fanny Coffeld, and Lieselotte Edith Coffeld. [2] They lived in Siederstrasse 96, today's Siederstraße 30, where at the same time the business of their husband was. [3] At the beginning of the 1920s, they converted to the Protestant faith. [9] Margarete and her husband had a close friendship with Anna and Richard Wittkopf. The family Wittkopf and the family Coffeld have often celebrated together. [9]

When the gradual harassment of the Jewish population also began in Ermsleben, they were not allowed to continue their business. Thereupon Anna Wittkopf, who led her husband to a chocolate shop in Ermsleben, sold the hats of the Coffelds illegally under the counter to help her friend. [9] In the November pogrom night from November 9th to 10th, 1938, her family was also affected. A tale tells that Margarete was pulled out of the house by men of the SA, driven out on the market square, and carried away with a truck. The woman, Else Blog, complained about this procedure: "Such a mess! Right mess! "Then two of the SA men came up to her. She quickly said, "This is mean that German men are making their hands dirty." [8]

Margarete Coffeld's last known place of residence is Konstanzerstr. 59th in Berlin. On 2 March 1943, together with her husband, she was taken to the extermination camp with the 32nd transport to Auschwitz and murdered there. [1]

Markus Pfifferling:
http://data.synagoge-eisleben.de/gen/fg06/fg06_065.htm

Margarete Coffeld:
http://data.synagoge-eisleben.de/gen/fg01/fg01_400.htm

Arthur Pfifferling, son of Markus:
http://data.synagoge-eisleben.de/gen/fg06/fg06_066.htm



Siederstraße

Siederstraße

Markus Pfifferling:
http://data.synagoge-eisleben.de/gen/fg06/fg06_065.htm

Margarete Coffeld:
http://data.synagoge-eisleben.de/gen/fg01/fg01_400.htm

Arthur Pfifferling, son of Markus:
http://data.synagoge-eisleben.de/gen/fg06/fg06_066.htm

Benno Coffield was the husband of Markus Pfifferling's daughter, Margarete.

In the night of November 9th, 1938, the family's business was plundered. People, whom Benno had helped, now fell into his back. There was a truck on the market square where Jewish inhabitants were taken away. The last known address of Benno Coffeld is Konstanzerstraße 59 in Berlin. With the 32nd transport of March 2, 1943, the 58-year-old was transported to the extermination camp in Auschwitz, where he was most likely murdered. [3]

Margarete Coffeld's last known place of residence is Konstanzerstr. 59th in Berlin. On 2 March 1943, together with her husband, she was taken to the extermination camp with the 32nd transport to Auschwitz and murdered there. [3]


https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%BCdische_Bev%C3%B6lkerung_in_Ermsleben_w%C3%A4hrend_der_NS-Zeit#Markus_Pfifferling