Looking through 'stumble stones' (the 'official' translation seems to be 'stumbling block') for 'Cassirer' and there is one for Marion in Trier (reception by the mayor - big story in the local newspaper) and another at Xantener Strasse, where 8 stones were duged in. Stone # 6 is for 'LUCIE NOACK, GEB. (geborene, nee) FRIEDLÄNDER in 1891 (JG = Jahrgang), deported 9/5/1942 from freight terminal (Gueterbahnhof) Moabit to Riga and shot within 3 days at the age of 51.1
Scrolling down reveals a commentary on Lucie:
The prosaic point in this terrifying context is, that Martha Friedlaender 'geb.(orene) Cassirer' was born 9/10/1859 in Beuthen (Bytom) (and died in Thersienstadt on 7/8/1942).
Her daughter Lucie Friedlaender, born 1891 in Berlin and married to a Noack, lived c/o Goldstein, Wilhelmsaue 3, and moved eventually again (wieder) to Xantener Str(asse) 5, where she was registred presumably at the appartment of her mother. This is all we know at this point.
Site Editor's comment: There is a listing for Martha Cassirer (b. 1900, d. 1942) in MyHeritage.Com with parents Beno Cassirer and JULIA KROTOSCHINER MÜLLER (1878-?), and siblings Anneliese Cassirer (1916-2000) and Ilse Cassirer (?-1942). The information is provided at the KROTOSCHINER KLEMANN Web Site and is maintained by EVELYN KROTOSCHINER KLEMANN. Whilst the birth date does not match the death date does.
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1 Expat, private communication, 12 Jan 2013 ⇑