Abraham ha-Levi from Oettingen,
Bavaria, son of Israel, son of Abraham, died in Wien in
1565. He likely had a son, Elias.
- Elias Eliyahu OETTINGEN married Bunlin GÜNZBURG, daughter of Simon and Rachel, (see possible descendany from the Kalonymos family from Lucca, Italy) and had children:
- Mordechai Model OETTINGEN, rabbi, married Rifke
Sore and had children: Abraham. He died in Oettingen in about 1620.
- Abraham OETTINGEN, adviser to Kaiser Ferdinand
II, married Vogele and had children: Naftali Hirsch. He died in Wien in
- Naftali Hersch OETTINGEN, doctor in Przemysl,
Poland, had a son: Abraham.
- Abraham OETTINGEN1, Court Jew and Primator of Bohemia, married
Dina Salomon, lived in
Lichtenstadt, and had children: Eliezer (1660), Fradel
(1662), Edel (1665), Salomon (1668), Bela (1670), Rösl (1673), and
Feile. Dina died in Prague in 1697 followed by Abraham in 1702.
- Eliezer OETTINGEN was Rabbi in Holleschau, Moravia.
- Fradel OETTINGEN married Eliezer "Lazarus" BONDI and had a son,
Salomon. Lazarus died in Lichtenstadt in 1686 followed by Fradel in
- Edel OETTINGEN married David WIENER and died in Prague in 1705.
- Salomon OETTINGEN married Shifra SPIRA-WEDELES, widow of Isaac BONDI, daughter of Benjamin Wolf and Schewa, and had daughters: Jitl, Freudel, Rachel, and Schifra. He died in 1697.
- Jitl OETTINGEN married Rabbi Jakob REISCHER-BACKOFEN.
- Freudel OETTINGEN married Lippmann TORNAU.
- Rachel OETTINGEN married Aron RIEß.
- Schifra OETTINGEN married Rabbi David OPPENHEIM.
- Rösl OETTINGEN married Jomtov BONDI, Rabbi in Proßnitz and senior judge and Rabbi of the High Synagogue in Prague, son of Salomon. She died in 1729.2
- Feile OETTINGEN died in Prague in 1742.
Also known as Abraham Lichtenstadt (based on his residence in the town
of Lichtenstadt) or Abraham Aron (Aron being a surname adopted from his
stepfather in Lichtenstadt, Jacob Aron).
Jakobovits, Tobias. "Wer ist Abraham Aron Lichtenstadt?" Monatsschrift für Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums. Vol. 74 (1930), Issue 1, pp. 35-41. (online publication)
2. Jakobovits, Tobias. "Die Verbindung der Prager Familien Oettingen-Spira(Wedeles)-Bondi ". Monatsschrift für Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums, Vol. 76 (1932), Issue 5, pp. 511-519 (online publication)