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Joe Horn
* 04.11.1898 jd Vorst    + 28.02.1987 Dunedin / Neuseeland
Joseph Horn 
Beruf: Automechaniker, Geschäftsinhaber 
[Hoenig] S. 1024 Joseph Horn, *04.11.1898 Vorst, +28.02.1987 Dunedin, Ehemann von Martha Hirsch, Geschäftsinhaber, Sohn von Benjamin Horn und Elfriede Schreiber 
[Biografie] Leopold Hoenig, Anchestors and Descendants, 2009, Chapter 3: Joe Horn, auto mechanic from Vorst only seven kilometers away from Kempen 
In der Nähe von Kempen liegen zwei verschiedenen Ortschaften mit dem Namen "Vorst": Vorst, heute Tönisvorst, und Vorst, heute Viersen, Stadtteil Süchteln. 
Emigration 1939 nach Neuseeland 
Eltern: Benjamin Horn und Elfriede Schreiber
Martha Hirsch
* 04.05.1908 jd Kempen    + 18.10.2005 Auckland
Malka bas Yitzak 
[Hoenig] S. 1024 Martha (Malka bas Yitzak) Hirsch, *04.05.1908 Kempen, +18.10.2005 Auckland, Ehefrau von Joseph Horn, Tochter von Isidor Hirsch und Johanna Kaufmann 
[Familienforschung] Wolfgang und Gisela Freier 2012, Martha Hirsch, geb. in Kempen; Heirat 1939 in Neuseeland mit Joe Horn; Tochter von Isidor Hirsch und Johanna Kaufmann 
[Biografie] Leopold Hoenig, Anchestors and Descendants, 2009, Chapter 3: Martha Hirsch spent one year at the Webeschule Krefeld, learning sewing and other useful crafts. Some years later she worked at the Jewish Kinderheim Köln joining up with her friend Erna Servos. Martha was always very interested to make herself useful in social fields and working with children. Generally she took life more seriously than her younger sister Emmy did. This did not always help in every way, but I dare say they got on pretty well. - On March 18, 1939 Martha and Joe Horn from Vorst, only seven kilometers away from Kempen, got married, which was officiated by Dr. Bluhm, Rabbiner of Krefeld. Emigration was the only chance to hope for. Since Joe's profession as auto mechanic qualified so well for immigration to New Zealand, Ernst was very soon successful to get a permit for Martha and Joe to enter New Zealand. In fact, a job was also secured with it. On July 29, 1939 they left via Rotterdam. Whilst travelling on the ocean, the war had broken out and they were stranded on Ceylon waiting for a boat to take them to New Zealand. They finally arrived there late in November, exhausted but saved. 
[YadVashem] Martha Horn, wohnhaft in Auckland, hat 1991 die Gedenkblätter zu ihren Familienangehörigen bei der Gedenkstätte Yad Vashem eingereicht.
Eltern: Isidor Hirsch und Johanna Kaufmann

 
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