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Alex Ichenhäuser

Born:
22 Elul 5655 (11 September 1895)
Died:
28 Av 5719 (01 September 1959)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
ICH0541
Other surname:
Ingram
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
22 Elul 5655 (11 September 1895)
Place of birth:
Furth, Bavaria
Date arrived in Britain:
1939

Death

Date of death:
28 Av 5719 (01 September 1959)
Died in combat?:
No

Places

Other Organisations

Name:
Furth Football Team
Significance:
He was the head of the football team there
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Disposition

He was a lovely, very Germanic. Always polite and respectful.

Coming to the UK

A South African relation managed to pay the government £360 to ensure he was awarded a visa to come to the UK with his family. He was only allowed to come to Newcastle and was permitted to open a brush factorythere. He left after Kristalnacht in late 1939.

Sunday picnics

Every Sunday the family went out for a walk and had a picnic basket with them.

German seder

When laying the seder, he would do it first in Hebrew and then in German.

Family

Spouse

Lily Felsenburt (female)

Children

Walter Ingram (male)
Freddie Ingram (male)
John Ingram (male)

Siblings

Betty Ichenhäuser (female)

Parents

Mother: Sophie Ichenhäuser (female)
Father: Herman Ichenhäuser (male)

Homefront

Military Record

Military service:
German Forces

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