CURRENT CZECH NAME: Nasedlovice
OTHER NAMES/SPELLINGS: (none)
LOCATION: It is a little village
near Brno in the center of Moravia.
HISTORY: The village consists of about 500 residents in the wine-making region of the Czech Republic, an agricultural community. I suspect that my ancestors, the Weisskopfs, came there in the last half of the nineteenth century from neighboring villages near Goding (Hodonin), the regional "big city." They were merchants, and members of the family lived there until they were evacuated by the Nazis to Brno and on to Auschwitz.
NOTABLE RESIDENTS AND DESCENDANTS:
CEMETERIES: The Jews who died a natural death there were usually buried in Damborice.
SUBMITTER: Gary Schiller, M.D.
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