We remember people who were connected with the former synagogue in Steinsfurt.
We have created a memorial book, that is on display in the former synagogue. It remembers the Jews who used to live in Steinsfurt. It will be extended.
We collect personal and other information of persons connected with Jewish life in Steinsfurt.
Even by numbers the family Weil was the most important one in Steinsfurt.
In the synagogue there is a memory plaque for the victims of WWI from the Jewish community in Steinsfurt.
The killed Julius Weil and Fritz Weil, the missing Julius Weil and the wounded Ludwig Freudenthaler are listed.
For the 2009 meeting of the Weil family a memorial plaque was created as a common place
to commemorate members of the Weil family murdered during the Holocaust as well as other victims of the Nazi regime.
The inhabitants of Steinsfurt always seemed at ease: No Jewish person was deported from Steinsfurt.
We remember the persons who lived in Steinsfurt and were deported and murdered from the place where they later stayed.
Hermann Weil (1868 - 1927) established the internationally operating grain trading firm Weil Hermanos & Cie in Argentina and was political advisor for the emperor Wilhelm II of Germany. He founded the Institute for Social Research in Frankfurt and the „Kochschule” in Steinsfurt. He built the Mausoleum at the Waibstadt cemetery.