Roza Flaiser with her daughter

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  • Photo taken in:
    1926
    Year when photo was taken:
    1926
    Country name at time of photo:
    Romania
    Country name today:
    Romania

This is Roza Flaiser - one of uncle Avram Klein's daughters - with her daughter, Sanda - Alexandra Flaiser. Sanda is about 10 years young than me, her name was Sanda Rosianu after she married. The back of the photograph reads: To Mrs. and Mr. Abram Segall, Flamamzi, 1926. For our aunt and uncle to remember us by, Rose Saly Flaiser." 

 

My mother's brother was a very endowed man, as they say. His name was Avram Klein, but everybody called him Avromta. He was a tall, handsome man, and he was renowned, he was very well read, had a Jewish culture. He observed tradition, he often went to the shil [shul]. He also performed prayers at the temple on many occasions. But he did so voluntarily, didn't receive any money for it. He was a pious person. He was about 5 years older than my mother [was born around 1870]. He had a leather shop in Botosani. My uncle died when he was around 90 [probably in the 1960's]. He died here, in Botosani, he has a monument at the cemetery together with his wife.

 

His wife's name was Seindl, and they had 8 children: 4 sons and 4 daughters. Clara Rintler, Saly Haimovici, Roza Flaiser, Liza Malis - these are the daughters. And these were the sons: Marcu - the youngest -, Iancu, Iulius, and … oh my, what was his name - I can't remember it just now. They were all older than me. The youngest of them was 4-5 years older than me. All of them graduated high school. The boys were merchants, their father's trade. But not all of them lived in Botosani. Iulius lived in Targu Ocna, he too ran a leather shop. [Targu Ocna is located 82 km south-west of Bacau.] I once went to visit them, I was young back then. He had 2 sons, the name of one of them was Beno Klein. Clara Rintler - uncle's oldest daughter - lived in Targu Ocna, she got married there. They had a son, Beno Rintler. Liza Malis lived in Falticeni. [Falticeni is located 27 km south of Suceava.] Saly Haimovici and Roza Flaiser lived in Botosani. Saly's husband's name was Max Haimovici, he ran a haberdashery store in the old downtown of Botosani, around the corner. They had children, but I don't remember their names. They all left to Israel after World War II.

 

Leon Flaiser was Roza Flaiser's husband. They ran a furniture store here, in Botosani, on Dragos Voda St. There is a synagogue right at the top of the street, and their house was located next to the synagogue. They had 2 children: a son - Marcu - and a daughter - Alexandra. They both have a bachelor's degree, they graduated from I.E.S. [The Institute for Economic Studies]. Marcusor is married to a Christian, her name is Tuti. She is Romanian, but she converted to Judaism. They left to Israel. And they have a daughter - Raluca, who has a bachelor's degree herself by now. Alexandra's married name - Sanda, Salica -, was Rosianu - Rosenberg. Her name was Rosianu, they issued Romanian names as well. They live in Bucharest. Sanda is about 10 years younger than me.

Interview details

Interviewee: Marim Haller
Interviewer:
Emoke Major
Month of interview:
September
Year of interview:
2006
Botosani, Romania

KEY PERSON

Roza Flaiser
City of birth:
Botosani
Country name at time of birth:
Romania
City of death:
Botosani
Country of death:
Romania
Occupation
before WW II:
Housewife
after WW II:
Housewife
Family names
  • Previous family name: 
    Klein
    Reason for changing: 
    Mariagge

Other Person

Alexandra Rosianu
Year of birth:
1925
City of birth:
Botosani
Country name at time of birth:
Romania
Occupation
after WW II:
Economist

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