Hermann Goldschmidt
Born in May 7, 1878, in Heubach,
deported from Fulda to Riga in December 8, 1941.
Died in Stutthof on November 6, 1944.

Hermann Goldschmidt was born seventh of eleven children of the couple Meier Goldschmidt and Therese, née Ring.

The registration form in Fulda records that Hermann Goldschmidt moved from Neuhof in 1928. His profession is registered to be tradesman. As a result of the November Pogrom “Crystal Night” Hermann Goldschmidt was taken into “preventive detention” as it was called that time.

On April 1, 1940, the unmarried Hermann Goldschmidt had to move from his home in Florengasse to an accommodation in Petersbergerstraße. From there he was deported to Riga on December 8, 1941, at the age of forty-four.

The special bureau of vital statistics in Arolsen records his death to have occurred in Stutthof near Danzig on November 6, 1944.

Source Material:

Standesamt Kalbach (Register Office Kalbach)

Gedenkbuch. Opfer der Verfolgung der Juden
unter der nationalsozialistischen Gewaltherrschaft in Deutschland 1933-1945
(Memorial Book. Victims of the Persecution of the Jewish People
during the Nazi Terror Regime in Germany 1933 – 1945)