|Nana had this photo on|
display forever. My grand-
daughter knows it will be hers.
|Click to enlarge|
At the same time, I acquired the marriage record of Simon Bauer and Fani Stern.
|The marriage in Kalosca on 29 January 1862, 19 Shevat 5612 of Simon son of Lasar Bauer, age 28, of Kunszentmiklos |
and Fani daughter of Salomon Stern, age 21, of Kalosca. (Click to enlarge - it's the second record on the page.)
I searched Kalosca records for any Salomon Stern and I found a death and two births.
I also found two births for children of Salomon Stern, a daughter Sali in 1851 and a son Wilhelm in 1853. The earlier record is very poor quality, so I bring the one from 1853 here.
|Wilhelm Stern, born in Kalosca, 2 February 1853 to Salomon Stern and Beti Grunwald|
In preparing this blog, I had a discussion with Beth Long, a professional researcher in Budapest, and she explains that after 1895, all the records are part of the civil record, rather than the Jewish record. These records exist for Kalosca (as well as Kunszentmiklos) and can be searched. There are certainly deaths after 1895 for people born in the 1830s and 1840s, so perhaps we can find more there.
I'll get back to this a bit later. Meantime, here are some Jewish population numbers. In Kalosca, the Jews were 4-6% of the total population. These numbers are from Yad Vashem's Pinkas Kehillot.