Berta Rosenthal, born 22.6.1867 in Aplerbeck
Alex Rosenthal, born 27.12.1871 in Dortmund
Agnes Rosenthal, née Schönfeld, born 31.10.1879 in Nordstemmen
Emma Süssenwein, née Rosenthal, born 8.2.1877 in Aplerbeck

Sölder Kirchweg 27, Aplerbeck

The building at Sölder Kirchweg 27 belonged to Alex Rosenthal, a butcher, who lived here at least from 1916 onwards with his wife Agnes and his sisters Berta Rosenthal and Emma Süssenwein.

For a short time, from 6 March to 4 April 1941, Hedwig Arensberg, née Rosenthal, and her two daughters Rosa und Martha also lived there. (See link to their Stolpersteins at Köln-Berliner-Str. 16)

On 4 April 1941, all seven persons were forced to move to the assembly camp at Parsevalstrasse 8.
From there, they were deported to different destinations.

Emma Süssenwein, along with Martha und Rosa Arensberg, were deported on 27 January 1942 to Riga, where they were murdered.

Alex, Agnes and Berta Rosenthal were deported on 28 July 1942 to Theresienstadt. Berta Rosenthal was murdered there on 17 September 1944, Alex Rosenthal on 1 April 1944.
Agnes Rosenthal was deported on 15 May 1944 from Theresienstadt to Auschwitz and murdered there.

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