Henriette Neugarten, née Cohen, born 16.1.1883 in Bonn-Endenich
Sally Neugarten, born 4.11.1885 in Rüdinghausen
Lore Neugarten, married surname Heinemann, born 18.3.1926 in Dortmund
Kaiserstr. 44, Do-Ost
Sally and Henriette Neugarten lived from 1922 to 1941 at Kaiserstrasse 44. Henriette worked as a receptionist, Sally as a merchant.
In August 1941, they were forced to move to a “Jew house” at Oestermärsch 15.
Both were deported on 29 July 1942 to Theresienstadt. From there, they were transferred on 9 October 1944 to Auschwitz, where they were presumably murdered immediately after their arrival.
Lore Neugarten, the daughter, is presumed to have been sent to the Netherlands in 1938. There, she lived in a girls’ orphanage in Amsterdam, where she worked as a tailor.
The occupants of the orphanage were deported on 10 February 1943 to Westerbork. Lore Heinemann was subsequently transferred on 20 January 1944 from Westerbork to Theresienstadt, and then sent from there to Auschwitz on 1 October 1944.
She was then transferred to Birnbäumel labour camp, a satellite camp of Gross-Rosen concentration camp. At the end of January 1945, she was presumably an inmate in a satellite camp near Breslau (now Wroclaw), from where she was liberated.
She returned to the Netherlands, and in May 1946 was living in Utrecht; she later lived for a time in Israel, and died in 1989 in Frankfurt am Main.