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1970 - 1993

Philip Schattner

Biography

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Name in US
Friedrich Schattner, Philip Schattner
Name at Birth
Fishel (Fritz) Schattner
Date of Birth - Note
February 2, 1902
Country of Birth
Poland
City of Birth
Rożnów
Sibling(s) Name(s)

Mordechai Moritz Schattner (Zipora Hecht)
(1892-1970)

Toni Schattner (Haim Walter)
(1894-1941)

Hilda Hinda Schattner (Shaya)
(1896-1942)

Herman Schattner (Lia Silbermann)
(1905-1982)

Rosa Schattner (Alfred Rosenberg)
Survived

Arie Schattner (Bluma)

Spouse(s) Name(s)

Niesia (Nesche) Billig
(1901 Brody, Poland – 1991 Birmingham, AL)
Married February 26, 1933 in Vienna, Austria

Camp(s) / Year(s)

Dachau (November 16, 1938-January 17, 1939)
Inmate #28889

Other Experiences

Taken to the UK / Kitchener Camp in July 1939

Immigration sponsored by cousin Abe Shiland in Birmingham

Sponsored the US immigration of Nesche’s brother’s children, Ernst Billig and Rita Billig, after the war

Year / City / Ship to US
April 1, 1940 / New York / SS Britannic
Alabama City of Residence
Birmingham
Date of Death
February 4, 1993
City of Death
Birmingham
City of Burial / Cemetery
Birmingham / Elmwood Cemetery