JEWISH ROYALTY 1

JEWS HAVE NO ROYALTY (AT LEAST NOT KNOWN TO THE WORLD AT LARGE ) BUT IT DOES HAVE WEALTHY INTERMARRYING FINANCIAL FAMILIES WHO CAN BE CONSIDERED JEWISH ROYALTY

OPPENHEIM FAMILY GERMAN COURT JEWS

Salomon Oppenheim jr..jpg

Solomon Openheim The Oppenheim Family is a German-Jewish financial dynasty, which has been a prominent family in banking and finance in the European markets since at least the 18th century. According to Forbes Magazine‘s Family Dynasties, the Oppenheim Family divides control of their multi-billion dollar fortune among 46 family members. Salomon Oppenheim, Jr. founded the investment bank Sal. Oppenheim in the 18th century. Until its sale in 2009, Sal. Oppenheim was the largest privately owned investment/banking house in Europe with assets of €138 billion. Members

Genealogy

  1. Hertz Salomon Oppenheim, Bonn’s court factor and purveyor ∞ Helene Seligmann
    1. Salomon Oppenheim junior (1772–1828), founder of the Bank Oppenheim, ∞ Therese Stein (Deigen Levi) (1775–1842), partner of the bank since 1828
      1. Simon (de) (1803–1880), partner of the bank since 1828, ennobled in Austria in 1867, ∞ Henriette Obermayer (1812–1885)
        1. Eduard (1831–1909), Protestant since 1859, partner of the bank 1880–1904, ∞ Amalie Heuser (1835–1903)
          1. Simon Alfred (1864–1932), partner of the bank since 1893, ∞ Florence Mathews Hutchins (1868–1935)
            1. Eberhard (1890–1962), partner of the bank 1922–1932, ∞ 1) Anneliese Oetker (1904–1989), divorced in 1929; ∞ 2) Helene Gräfin von Hardenberg (1910–1996)
              1. Manfred (1924–1996), partner of the bank 1956–1993, ∞ Carla Siempelkamp (* 1926)
                1. Nicolaus (* 1956)
                2. Waldemar (1894–1952), partner of the bank 1922–1952, ∞ Gabriele Goldschmidt (1902–1988)
                  1. Karin (1922–2009), Georg von Ullmann (1922–1972), partner of the bank 1954–1972
                    1. Georg von Ullmann (* 1953)
                    2. Ilona von Ullmann (* 1953) ∞ Matthias Graf von Krockow (* 1949)
                3. Friedrich Carl von Oppenheim (1900–1978), partner of the bank 1929–1978 ∞ Ruth Freiin von Zedlitz und Leipe (1908–1988)
                  1. Alfred (1934–2005), partner of the bank 1964–1993, ∞ Jeanne Wahl (* 1941)
                    1. Viktoria, Christopher (* 1965), partner of the bank since 2000, Alexandra
                  2. Friedrich Carl von Oppenheim (* 1937) ∞ 1) Loyse de Rham (killed in an accident); 2) Marie-Rose von Merey, gesch. van Exter
                  3. Gisela von Oppenheim (* 1936) ∞ Guillermo von Sanden
              2. Emmy (1869–1957) ∞ Maximilian Graf von Arco-Valley (1849–1911)
                1. Anton Graf von Arco-Valley (1897–1945)
            2. Albert (de) (1834–1912), catholic since 1858, partner of the bank 1880–1904, ∞ Paula Engels (1837–1919)
              1. Max von Oppenheim (1860–1946), diplomat and orientalist
              2. Emil (1862–1956), partner of the bank 1893–1912 ∞ Maria Pergler von Perglas (1871–1959)
              3. Clara Maria Hubertina (1870–????) ∞ Guido Graf von Matuschka-Greiffenclau (1847–1924)
            3. Henry (1835–1912) partner of the bank ∞ Isabella Georgina Butler
          2. Abraham (1804–1878), partner of the bank since 1828, nominated 1868  Freiherr in 1868 ∞ Charlotte Beyfus (1811–1887)
          3. Evaline Oppenheim {1805-1886} great-grandmother of Karlfried Graf Dürckheim{Duerckmeim also related to Mayer Amschel Rothschild of Rothschild banking family}
          4. Dagobert (Daniel) Oppenheim (de) (1809–1889)
          5. Betty Oppenheim (Bertha Hertz) ∞ Heinrich David Hertz (born as Hertz Hertz)
            1. Gustav Ferdinand Hertz (born as David Gustav Hertz) ∞ Anna Elisabeth Pfefferkorn
              1. Heinrich Hertz
              2. Gustav Theodor Hertz ∞ Auguste Arning
                1. Gustav Ludwig Hertz ∞ Ellen Dihlmann
                2. Carl Hellmuth Hertz

GOLDMAN SACHS GERMAN BANKING PROBABLE ROTHSHCILD FRONTS

Marcus Goldman Founder The Goldman–Sachs family is a prominent family and financial dynasty of German Jewish descent, known for the leading investment bank Goldman Sachs. Marcus Goldman’s youngest daughter, Louisa, married Samuel Sachs, the son of close friends and fellow Lower Franconia, Bavaria immigrants. Louisa’s older sister and Sam’s older brother had already married. His oldest son, Julius Goldman, married Sarah Adler, daughter of Samuel Adler.In 1882, Goldman invited his son-in-law Samuel to join him in the business and changed the firm’s name to M. Goldman and Sachs. For almost fifty years, all the partners came from the extended family. Family tree Marcus Goldman

  • Marcus Goldman (1821–1904), founder of Goldman Sachs, married to Bertha Goldman (of another Goldman family)
    • Julius Goldman married to Sarah Adler Goldman, daughter of Samuel Adler (1809–1891)
      • Hetty Goldman (1881–1972), archaeologist
      • Agnes Goldman Sanborn (1887–1984), married to Ashton Sanborn (1882–1970), archaeologist
    • Rebecca Goldman Dreyfuss, married to Ludwig Dreyfuss (–1918)[4]
    • Rosa Goldman Sachs married to Julius Sachs (1849–1934)
    • Louisa Goldman Sachs married to Samuel Sachs (1851–1935)
      • Paul J. Sachs (1878–1965), art historian, married to Meta Pollack (–1961)
        • Elizabeth Sachs
        • Celia Sachs Robinson, married to Charles A. Robinson, Jr. (1900–1965), classical scholar
        • Marjorie Sachs
      • Walter E. Sachs (1884–1980), banker (partner at Goldman Sachs 1928–1959), married to Mary Williamson (1911–), actress
        • Katherine Russell Sachs (1943–)
        • Philip Williamson Sachs (1949–)
    • Henry Goldman (1857–1937), banker, married to Babette Kaufman (1871–1954)
      • Florence Goldman (1891–1960), married to Edwin Chester Vogel (1884–1973)
      • Henry Goldman Jr., married to Adrienne Straus Goldman
        • June Breton Fisher (1927–2012), author, wrote a biography on Henry Goldman.

  THE EPHRUSSI FAMILY ODESSA UKRAINE GRAIN TRADING OIL TRADING BANKS

Charles Joachim Ephrussi Founder

The Ephrussi family (French pronunciation: ​) were a Ukrainian Jewish banking and oil dynasty.Family members made their fortune controlling grain distribution beginning in Odessa (then Russian Empire, now Ukraine) and later controlled large-scale oil resources across Crimea and the Caucasus. From 1856, members of the family established banking housesin Vienna, Paris, and Athens. By 1860, the family was the world’s largest grain exporter.The Austrian branch of the family were elevated to the nobility by the Habsburg emperor. The family’s bank and properties were seized by the Nazis after the March 1938 German annexation of Austria.The family name is considered to be a variation of “Ephrati“, a Jewish family name Notable members of the Ephrussi include:

MENDELSSOHN FAMILY GERMAN FOUNDER PHILOSOPHER, SON BANKER

Moses Mendelssohn The Mendelssohn family are the descendants of the German Jewish philosopher Moses Mendelssohn, and include his grandson, the composer Felix Mendelssohn. Moses Mendelssohn was a significant figure in the Age of Enlightenment in Germany. Mendelssohn had ten children, of whom six lived to adulthood. Of those six children,only Recha and Joseph retained the Jewish faith.In 1795 the eldest son Joseph Mendelssohn established the bank Mendelssohn & Co. in Berlin, and his brother Abraham joined the company in 1804. Many members of the family worked for the bank until it was forced to shut down in 1938. In 2004 relatives of the banker Paul von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1875–1935), led by his great-nephew Julius H. Schoeps (born 1942), tried to reclaim paintings once owned by him and later sold in the 1940s by his widow, in breach of his will. The family members include:

              • Dorothea Mendelssohn (1763-1839), married (i) Simon Veit, (ii) Friedrich von Schlegel
              • Recha Mendelssohn (1767–1831)
              • Joseph Mendelssohn (1770–1848), banker
                • Benjamin (Georg) Mendelssohn (1794–1874), geographer
                • Alexander Mendelssohn (1798–1871), banker
                  • Marie Mendelssohn (1822–1891), married Robert Warschauer (1816–1884), banker
                    • Anna Warschauer (1841–1866), married Ludwig Passini (1832–1903), painter
                    • Marie Warschauer (1855-1906), married Ernst von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1846–1909) see below (A)
                  • Margarete Mendelssohn (1823–1890), married Otto Georg Oppenheim (1817–1909), jurist
                    • Hugo Oppenheim (1847–1921), banker, married Anna Oppenheim (1849–1931)
                      • Else Oppenheim (1873–1945), married Josef Block (1863–1943), painter
                        • Anna Luise Block (1896–1982), publicist; married: (ii) Heinrich Hauser (1901–1955), writer; (iii) Alfred Winslow Jones (1900–1989), hedge fund pioneer
                      • Robert Hugo Oppenheim (1882-1956), banker, married Charlotte Simon
                    • Franz Oppenheim (1852–1929), chemist
                    • Clara Oppenheim (1861–1944), married Adolf Gusserow (1836–1906), gynecologist
                  • Franz von Mendelssohn (1829–1889), banker
                    • Robert von Mendelssohn (1857–1917), banker, married Giulietta Gordigiani, pianist
                      • Eleonora von Mendelssohn (1900–1951), actress, married Martin Kosleck, actor
                      • Francesco von Mendelssohn (1901–1972), cellist, theatre director
                    • Franz von Mendelssohn (1865–1935), banker, married Maria Westphal (1867-1957), see below (B)
                      • Lilli von Mendelssohn (1897–1928), violinist, married Emil Bohnke, violist and composer
                        • Robert-Alexander Bohnke (1927–2005), pianist[4]
                      • Robert von Mendelssohn (1902–1996), banker
                  • Clara Mendelssohn (1840–1927), married Carl Friedrich Otto Westphal (1833–1890), psychiatrist
                    • Alexander Carl Otto Westphal (1863–1941), neurologist
                    • Anna Westphal (1864–1943), married Eduard Sonnenburg (1848–1915), doctor
                    • Marie Westphal (1867–1957), married Franz von Mendelssohn (1865–1935), see above (B)
              • Henriette (Maria) Mendelssohn (1775-1831)
              • Abraham Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1776-1835), banker, married Lea Salomon, granddaughter of Daniel Itzig; 4 children
                • Fanny Mendelssohn (1805-1847) married Wilhelm Hensel (1794-1861)
                  • Sebastian Ludwig Felix Hensel (1830-1898) married Julie von Adelson
                    • Cécile Hensel (1858-1928) married Friedrich Leo (1851-1914)
                    • Paul Hensel (1860-1930), philosopher
                    • Kurt Hensel (1861-1941), mathematician
                      • Albert Hensel (1895–1933), law professor
                      • Ruth Hensel (1888- 1979)
                      • Charlotte Hensel (1896–1990), married Werner Bergengruen (1892–1964), novelist
                • Felix Mendelssohn (Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy) (1809-1847), composer married Cécile Charlotte Sophie Jeanrenaud (1817–1853)
                  • Karl Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1838-1897), historian
                    • Cécile von Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1870-1943), married Otto von Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1868-1949), see below (C)
                    • Albrecht Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1874-1936), law professor, married Dorothea Wach (1875-1949), see below (D)
                  • Marie Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1839-1897)
                  • Paul Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1841-1880), chemist
                    • Otto von Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1868-1949), banker, married Cécile Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1870-1943), see above (C)
                    • Paul Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1879-1956), chemist
                  • Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1843–1850)
                  • Elisabeth Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1845-1910) married Adolf Wach
                    • Felix Wach (1871-1943)
                    • Dorothea Wach (1875-1949) married Albrecht Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1874-1936), see above (D)
                • Rebecka Mendelssohn (1811-1858) married Peter Gustav Lejeune Dirichlet (1805–1859), mathematician
                • Paul Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1812–1874), banker
                  • Ernst von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1846–1909), banker, married Marie Warschauer (1855–1906), see above (A)
                    • Katharine von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1870–1943)
                    • Charlotte von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1871–1961)
                    • Paul von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1875–1935), banker
                    • Enole Marie von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1879–1947), married Albert Constantin, Graf von Schwerin (1870–1956), diplomat, had issue
                    • Marie Busch (1881–1970), married Felix Busch (1871–1938), state official
                      • Dorothea Busch (1915–1996), married Hans-Joachim Schoeps (1909–1980), theologian
                        • Julius H. Schoeps (born 1942), historian
                    • Alexander von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1889–1917)
              • Nathan Mendelssohn (1781-1852) instrument maker, married Henrietta Itzig, cousin of Lea Soloman and granddaughter of Daniel Itzig
                  • Arnold Mendelssohn (1817-1854), a political follower of Ferdinand Lassalle
                  • Ottilie Mendelssohn (1819-1848) married Ernst Kummer (1810-1893), mathematician
                    • Marie Elisabeth Kummer (1842-1921) married Hermann Schwarz (1843-1921), mathematician
                  • Wilhelm Mendelssohn (1821-1866) married Louise Aimee Cauer (sister to Bertha Cauer)

                Moses Mendelssohn (1729–1786), philosopher, married Fromet Guggenheim (1737–1812); 6 children

              • Continued at   JEWISH ROYALTY 2     
      •   JEWISH ROYALTY 3
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