- Not yet identified with this family tree. However, the line of Charlotte Jacobi who married Hugo Cassirer connects with the Hirschfeld family. (Charlotte Jacobi's great grandfather Jacob Levin Jacobi's daughter Ottilie Jacobi married Hermann Hirschfeld.) This suggests a later connection with this Cassirer family tree may be more probable.
- Frieda and her husband Erich (Erich 2 Cassirer) lived in Berlin until their deportation on 19 Feb 1943. Frieda was born on 17 Dec 1883. Her mother's name was Sophie, and her daughter was Susan Muenzer (born Feb. 28, 1921 in Berlin). Source: Yad Vashem, statement of testimony in 2001 by Susan Muenzer, Apt 220, 1061 St Paw, Montreal M.N. 56116, Canada.
- Victim of the Shoah. Murdered at Auschwitz.
- Frieda Cassirer nee Hirschfeld was born in Schoeneck, Poland in 1883 to Sophie. She was married to Erich. Prior to WWII she lived in Charlottenburg, Germany. During the war she lived in Sybelstrasse, 42, Charlottenburg, Germany. Frieda was murdered in 1943 in Auschwitz, Poland at the age of 60. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter. Source: Yad Vashem.
- Frieda Cassirer nee Hirschfeld was born in Schoeneck, Poland in 1883. Prior to WWII she lived in Berlin, Germany. During the war she was in Berlin, Germany. Deported with Transport from Berlin,Berlin,Berlin,Germany to Auschwitz Birkenau,Extermination Camp,Poland on 19/02/1943. Frieda was murdered in Auschwitz, Poland. This information is based on a List of deportation from Berlin found in Gedenkbuch Berlins der juedischen Opfer des Nazionalsozialismus, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Zentralinstitut fuer sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung, Edition Hentrich, Berlin 1995. Source: Yad Vashem.
- Her husband Erich is probably be the same person as Erich 1894 Cassirer, also from Berlin, who, consistent with the Yad Vashem record for Erich 2 Cassirer was transported on the same day (19 Feb 1943) as Frieda from Berlin and also murdered in Auschwitz.
- Schoeneck was formally (1818-1920) part of the Berent county in Western Prussia and is now Skarszewy, Poland.
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