Monument list for Montparnasse Pt2 Cemetery

Montparnasse Pt2 Cemetery, Paris, France

Monument list surnamefull namebirth
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1Abou NaddaraJames Sanua Abou Naddara1839731912id: PMPJamesSanua1
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27309891Of Italian Jewish descent; Sanua was a journliast; poet; revolutionary; and playwright. He is recognised as the founder of the modern Egyptian theatre and film industry. He was expelled from Egypt in 1878 for his agistations against the Khedive; and settled in France. In 1900; the Shah of Persia conferred on him the title of Chaer el-Molk (poet of the empire). His full biography in English can be found here:

2AdèsAlbert Adès1893281921id: PMPAdès1
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27309941Adès was the pen name of A-I.Theix; a Francophone novelist and literary critic.
Hélène Adès1876811957
Inès Kraus1893381931

3ArnouldMarie Laure Octavie Arnould1908id: PMPSarsLeComte273100211
de la Ferrière1891691960
Albane de la Ferrière1896801976
de Sars Le Comte1862631925
Marie Berthe Rerolle1871641935

4BernheimAnna Bernheim1854341888id: PMPBernheimIs1
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27308381Wife of Isaac Bernheim
Isaac Bernheim1846681914
Alice Bernheim1864821946 Wife of Oscar Bernheim
Marcel Bernheim1879581937
Oscar Bernheim1856411897
Amélie Gotschaux1887681955 Wife of Paul Gotschaux
Paul Gotschaux1881691950
(widow) Rosenthal1907811988 Wife of Dante Rosenthal
Dante Rosenthal1905781983
Gabrielle Rosenthal1881601941 Wife of Léon Rosenthal

5BernheimJulien Bernheim1853721925id: PMPBernheimJul1
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273084121Born in Cernay in Alsace
Charles Abenheimer1877651942
Renée Abenheimer1883901973
Jannine Bader1908891997
Jean Bader1903551958 Born to a Jewish family in Strasbourg; he was evacuated to Périgueux in western France in 1939. He soon joined the local Jewish resistance network; he participated in the clandestine operations taking Jewish children from occupied to Vichy-controlled France. He later entered the armed struggle as a member of the 'maquis'; and took part in the escape operations for stranded Allied soldiers. From 1944-46 he acted as Jewish chaplain to the 1st Army as it pursued the liberation of France. His biography in French can be found here:
Marie Merle Bernheim1857791936 Born in Soultz in Alsace
Etienne Jérôme Abenheimer Landau1956311987
André Pelabon1910741984 Honorary prefect
Simone Pelabon1903851988
Charles Samuel1870601930 Born in Weiterswiller in Alsace
Jenny Samuel1881921973

6BingenMax Bingen1890261916id: PMPBingen1
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27305441Killed in action at Asiago
Jacques Bingen1908361944 Jacques Bingen was enlisted in 1939; and rallied to De Gaulle in London in 1940 after a heroic trip via Gibraltar and Casablanca. He was close to his brother-in-law André Citroën; and a leading figure before WW2 in the armaments industry. He was at first head of the Free French merchant navy; but later volunteered to parachute into france following the capture of the Resistance hero Jean Moulin. In 1944 he was betrayed and captured; but committed suicide before being interrogated. His full biography in French can be found here:
Gustave Bingen1865681933 Gustave Bingen was a financier of Italian Jewish descent. His daughter Georgina Bingen married André Citroën; the car manufacturer.
Laura Bingen1869931962 Wife of Gustave Bingen

7BlochBenjamin Bloch1818651883id: PMPBlochBen1
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Adrien Bloch1887571944 Died in deportation
Alfred Bloch1856581914 Born in Strasbourg
Amélie Bloch1855691924 Wife of Eugène Bloch
Berthe Bloch1885751960
Eugène Bloch1852731925
Flore Bloch1814891903 Born in Metz

8BlumPhilippine Blum1822701892id: PMPGobBlum1
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Charlotte Bloch1861691930 Wife of Adolphe Bloch
Gobert Blum1815781893
Wilhemina Blum1823761899 Wife of Gobert Blum
Hortense Brentano1831931924
Flora Maas1811991910 Wife of Max Maas

9CahenArmand Cahen1898221920id: PMPCahLion1
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27307061Member of 59th Artillery Regiment; citation for bravery in 1918 inscribed on gravestone.
Alfred Cahen1866881954
René Cahen1901771978
Eliane Cahen-Bloch1908841992
Gabrielle Cahen-Lion1871941965
Lazare Lion1844661910 surnamefull namebirth
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10CahenHippolyte Cahen1831751906id: PMPCahHippolyte1
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Gabrielle Bloc1876681944 Died in deportation
Ernest Maurice Cahen1868751943
Eugène Cahen1859581917
Gaston Cahen1872631935
Germaine Cahen1888871975
Henri Cahen1916291945 Died in deportation
Janine Cahen194311944 Died in deportation
Louise Cahen1867861953
Lucie Cahen1867631930 Wife of Eugène Cahen
Marguerite Cahen1866511917
Paulette Cahen1909351944 Died in deportation
Esther Mabboux1834751909
Blanche Laure Cahen1835871922

11CahenRaphael Cahen1816691885id: PMPCahRaphael27307131
Charles Cahen1845721917
Eugènie Cahen1822731895
Gabrielle Cahen1869661935
Jean Raphael Cahen1897181915 Killed in action at

12CerfElie Cerf1829661895id: PMPCerfSim1
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27306661Died in Lyon
Reine-caroline Cerf1831811912 Died in Lyon
Andrée Renée Simon1891681959 Born in Strasbourg
Claude Simon1914531967
Georges Nathan Simon1885291914 Lieutenant of the 298th Reserve Infantry regiment; killed in action at Vingré; provisionally buried at Vic sur Seine 1914-1920
Yvonne-germaine Simon1890251915 Died in Marseille

13Cerf-Lévy Cerf-Lévy1841651906id: PMPCerfLévy27309651Born in Ingwiller in Alsace
Julien Beleys1881631944 Born in Boulogne
Marguerite Beleys1883921975 Wife of Julien Belleys
Celina Cerf-Lévy1852721924 Born in Phalsbourg in Lorraine
Collette Lasne1911871998 Wife of Jean Lasne

14CitroënLouis Bernard Citroën1842421884id: PMPCitroënBernard27307341Louis Bernard Citroën was the brother of André Citroën; the car manufacturer.
Hugues Citroën1873801953 Hugues Citroën was the brother of André Citroën; the car manufacturer. Hugues' son; Louis Hugues Citroen born 1903 ; was deported and died in Auschwitz in 1944.
Bernard Citroën1875391914 Member of 51st Infantry Regiment; killed in action rescuing one of his injured men.
Suzanne Citroën1879451924 Wife of Hugues Citroen
Amélie Citroën1852471899

15CoetAlbert Coet1849581907id: PMPAlbertCoet27309171Infantry captain
(widow) Coet1859611920

16CorbinFrancis Porteus Corbin1801751876no image27306181Corbin was an American businessman from Philadelphia and a long-term resident of Paris. He owned property in Georgia; Louisiana; and according to his gravestone; Virginia. His papers are held in New York Public Library. His daughter married the Vicomte de Dampierre; and his gt gt gt grandaughter married one of the Spanish Bourbon pretenders to the French throne.
Francis Corbin187931882
Elizabeth Kingsland1922782000

17DadleyEdwin Corbett Dadley1836491885id: PMPEdwinDadley27306051of Leicester in England; died suddenly in Paris.

18de NégrierFrancine de Négrier1837751912id: PMPPaulGentit1
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27305671First husband: Alfred Dumon. Second husband: Elzéar de Négrier
Pauline Gentit1858881946 Wife of Paul Dumon
Paul Gentit1893241917 Killed in action. Cited in despatches five times; awarded the Palm (bar) to the Croix de Guerre.
Raoul Dumon1857751932
Paul Gentit1844791923 Joined the army ledical corps in 1892 and was appointed chief medical officer for colonial troops in 1903.

19DeroideAndré Deroide1851581909id: PMPDeroide27309471
Alphonsine Deroide1851771928

20DreyfusRachel Dreyfus1830751905id: PMPDreyLévy27305861
Salomon Dreyfus1822881910
Emile Dreyfus1856651921
Adele Lévy1852771929 Wife of Samuel Lévy
Georges Lévy1887961983
Hélène Lévy1889771966 Wife of Georges Lévy
Samuel Lévy1848801928
Gaston Lewy1883351918 Killed in action surnamefull namebirth
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21DreyfussCaroline Dreyfuss1861591920id: PMPDreyJacob1
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Jacques Dreyfuss1867741941
Marcel Jacob1895481943 Deported and died in Auschwitz
Simone Jacob1900901990
Jacqueline Mirisch1925772002

22DuboisJacques Emile Dubois1920852005id: PMPJacEmDubois27305161Dubois joined the French Resistance in Grenoble; but continued his studies in chemistry at the same time. From 1947-48 he was attached to the French Embassy in london and als contunued his studies at University College London. In 1949 he became professor of chemistry at Saarbruck University; and Dean of the Faculty in 1953. In 1957; he returned to France; and became a pionner of the DARC system.

23DujardinDésiré Dujardin1845611906id: PMPDujardin273093111

24GoldschmidtBabette Goldschmidt1891id: PMPGoldLap27307551Wife of Bonem Goldschmidt
Myriam Goldschmidt1950502000
Simon Goldschmidt1853711924
Thérèse Goldschmidt1929 Wife of Simon Goldschmidt
Ilya Lapina1868631931 Born in Grodno in Lithuania
Marthe Lapina1878731951 Wife of Ilya Lapina
Serge Lapina1899541953

25GotendorfSilvanus Nathan Gotendorf1848421890id: PMPSilGotendorf27306251Born in New York
James Nathan Gotendorf1851581909 Born in New York
Josephine Gotendorf1848731921 Wife of James Gotendorf

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