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Albert Lob Magaziner

Lob Magaziner was born in Humenne on September 4, 1865, the son of Samuel Magaziner and Eszter Jacubovits. His name usually appears as Lob in public records, like his sons' birth and marriage records, but his family called him Albert. His name appeared as Berti in the 1869 census, as Bertalan and Berthold in his brother David's death notices, and as Albert on his death record and tombstone.

Albert was a blinds manufacturer like his brother Lajos. He married first Ilona Bindfeld in Budapest in 1893. Ilona was born in 1873, probably in Hatvan. Ilona died of tuberculosis in Budapest on January 8, 1898, at the age of 24. She was buried at Kozma Utcai Izraelita Temeto. Albert then married Roza Leipniker, in Budapest on July 29, 1899. Roza was born in Nagykikinda on February 28, 1872. They had two sons.

Albert died in Budapest on March 18, 1932 at the age of 66. He was buried at Kozma Utcai Izraelita Temeto, as are many other Magaziners. Roza never remarried. She died in 1962 and is buried with Albert at Kozma Utca.

Children of Albert Lob Magaziner and Roza Leipniker include:

  1. Laszlo Sandor Magaziner (b: 4 DEC 1899; d: 10 AUG 1942)
  2. Zoltan Pal Magaziner (b: 22 MAY 1901; d: 1970)

Generation #4

Laszlo Sandor Magaziner

Laszlo Sandor Magaziner was born in Budapest on December 4, 1899. He apparently never married. He died in Budapest on August 10, 1942, and is buried at Kozma Utcai Izraelita Temeto.

Zoltan Pal Magaziner

Zoltan Pal Magaziner was born in Budapest on May 22, 1901. He married first to Klara Gombos in Budapest on December 12, 1929. Klara was born in Budapest on December 14, 1907. The marriage didn't last; they divorced within a few years.

On June 25, 1933 he remarried to Ilona Reichman in Budapest. Ilona was born in Beregszasz on November 16, 1902. They had one son.

Zoltan took over Albert's shutter business after his father's unexpected death, but he was initially overwhelmed by the business. He was charged with fraud and fled to Paris, leaving his wife and son behind. Two years later, missing his family, Zoltan returned to Budapest, turned himself in to police, and was acquitted of the charges.

Zoltan survived the concentration camps at Bergen-Belsen and Theresienstadt during the Holocaust. He was working as an antiquities merchant in 1947 when he sought to make aliyah to Israel with his son. He died in Budapest in 1970, at the age of 69.

Children of Zoltan Pal Magaziner and Ilona Reichman:


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