Jay Robert Brick, 19152007 (aged 92 years)

Name
Jay Robert /Brick/
Given names
Jay Robert
Surname
Brick
Birth April 10, 1915 39 28
Occupation
Civil Service, City of Los Angeles

Residence

Address: Jay Robert Brick 101 Alta Vista Drive, Santa Cruz, CA 95060-3317
Österreichische Geschichte
Tod Franz Josephs I. und Thronbesteigung von Karl I.
November 1916 (aged 1 year)

Österreichische Geschichte
Ende des ersten Weltkriegs
1918 (aged 2 years)

Präsident des Staatsdirektoriums
Karl Seitz
from October 30, 1918 to December 9, 1920 (aged 5 years)

Death of a paternal grandfatherMeyer Brick
1925 (aged 9 years)

Death of a maternal grandmotherElisabeth Sittig
about 1926 (aged 10 years)
Bundespräsident
Michael Hainisch
from December 9, 1920 to December 10, 1928 (aged 13 years)

Österreichische Geschichte
Dollfuß verkündet die „Selbstausschaltung des Parlaments“
March 4, 1933 (aged 17 years)

Source:

[Wikipedia:Selbstausschaltung des Parlaments](https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selbstausschaltung_des_Parlaments) Eine patt ausgegangene Abstimmung über die Eisenbahnergehälter und taktisch bedingte Rücktritte der drei Parlamentspräsidenten nutzte der christlichsoziale Bundeskanzler Engelbert Dollfuß, um die „Selbstausschaltung des Parlaments“ zu verkünden. Den Wiederzusammentritt des Nationalrates am 15. März verhinderte Polizei, die das Parlamentsgebäude umstellt hatte.

Bundespräsident
Wilhelm Miklas
from December 10, 1928 to March 12, 1938 (aged 22 years)

Österreichische Geschichte
„Anschluss“ an das Deutsche Reich
March 12, 1938 (aged 22 years)

Source:
Österreichische Geschichte
Beginn von Luftangriffen in Österreich
August 1943 (aged 28 years)

Source:

[Wikipedia:Geschichte Österreichs](https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geschichte_%C3%96sterreichs#%C3%96sterreich_im_Deutschen_Reich_(1938%E2%80%931945)) Luftangriffe fanden in Österreich erst ab August 1943 statt, da es bis dahin teilweise außerhalb der Reichweite alliierter Bomber beziehungsweise deren Begleitjäger lag. Im Vergleich zum Altreich wurden in Österreich durch Luftangriffe weit weniger zivile Ziele, sondern Rüstungsindustrie und Verkehrsknotenpunkte getroffen, womit die alte Bausubstanz weitgehend erhalten blieb.

Österreichische Geschichte
Schlacht um Wien
April 13, 1945 (aged 30 years)

Source:

[Wikipedia:Geschichte Österreichs](https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geschichte_%C3%96sterreichs#%C3%96sterreich_im_Deutschen_Reich_(1938%E2%80%931945)) Der Zweite Weltkrieg war in Wien nach der Schlacht um Wien am 13. April 1945 zu Ende; tags darauf trafen sich Politiker der Zweiten Republik zu ersten Besprechungen, während im Umland der Stadt noch gekämpft wurde. Am 27. April wurde Österreichs Unabhängigkeit verkündet.

Österreichische Geschichte
Ende des zweiten Weltkriegs
May 8, 1945 (aged 30 years)

Bundespräsident
Karl Renner
from December 20, 1945 to December 31, 1950 (aged 35 years)

Death of a fatherLouis Nathan Brick
1950 (aged 34 years)
Österreichische Geschichte
Unterzeichnung des Staatsvertrags
May 15, 1955 (aged 40 years)

Source:

[Wikipedia:Geschichte Österreichs](https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geschichte_%C3%96sterreichs#%C3%96sterreich_vom_Staatsvertrag_bis_zum_EU-Beitritt_(1955%E2%80%931995)) 1955 erhielt die Republik Österreich durch den Staatsvertrag mit den vier Besatzungsmächten ihre volle staatliche Souveränität zurück. Als Gegenleistung dafür musste die Zweite Republik ihre „immerwährende Neutralität“ erklären und per Verfassungsgesetz festschreiben.

Bundespräsident
Theodor Körner
from June 21, 1951 to January 4, 1957 (aged 41 years)

Österreichische Geschichte
Gipfeltreffen in Wien zwischen Kennedy und Chruschtschow
June 3, 1961 (aged 46 years)

Source:

[Wikipedia:Gipfeltreffen in Wien](https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gipfeltreffen_in_Wien) Das in Wien im neutralen Österreich abgehaltete Treffen sollte dazu dienen, aktuelle Spannungen zwischen den beiden einander im Kalten Krieg gegenüberstehenden Supermächten zu verringern.

Bundespräsident
Adolf Schärf
from May 22, 1957 to February 28, 1965 (aged 49 years)

Marriage of a parentSieg BernsIda KarpelesView this family
about 1970 (aged 54 years)
Death of a motherIda Karpeles
1972 (aged 56 years)
Bundespräsident
Franz Jonas
from June 9, 1965 to April 24, 1974 (aged 59 years)

Österreichische Geschichte
Volksabstimmung über das Kernkraftwerk Zwentendorf
1978 (aged 62 years)

Source:

[Wikipedia:Volksabstimmung in Österreich über die Inbetriebnahme des Kernkraftwerkes Zwentendorf](https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volksabstimmung_in_%C3%96sterreich_%C3%BCber_die_Inbetriebnahme_des_Kernkraftwerkes_Zwentendorf)

Bundespräsident
Rudolf Kirchschläger
from July 8, 1974 to July 8, 1986 (aged 71 years)

Österreichische Geschichte
Fall des Eisernen Vorhangs
1989 (aged 73 years)

Bundespräsident
Kurt Waldheim
from July 8, 1986 to July 8, 1992 (aged 77 years)

Österreichische Geschichte
Beitritt zur Europäischen Union
1995 (aged 79 years)

Death of a wifeFrieda Victor
June 30, 1996 (aged 81 years)
Bundespräsident
Thomas Klestil
from July 8, 1992 to July 6, 2004 (aged 89 years)

Death of a sisterElsie Brick
January 6, 2006 (aged 90 years)

Bundespräsident
Heinz Fischer
from July 8, 2004 to July 8, 2016 (aged 101 years)

Death July 9, 2007 (aged 92 years)
Note

B.A. in Psychology, M.S. in Public Administration. Retired from USAF-Reserve on April 10,1965 (Lt. Col.) Ich habe ihn wieder kennengelernt in Wien Juli 2000, in Santa Cruz besucht April 2001 (zum 86. Geburtstag. und 1. Hochzeitstag).

Er hat im Februar 1959 von Hermann Schoen (Südafrika) genealogische Daten erhalten, die er dann später auch mir weitergegeben hat.

Im Februar 2006 (vgl. JayLet1.txt) erhielt ich eine GEDCOM-Kopie seiner Daten (1177 Personen). Ich habe davon die Nachkommen der Elisabeth Sittig (Schwägerin von Ignatz Karpeles) übernommen. Außerdem die eindrucksvolle Tafel der Nachkommen von Eric Eyryck (13. Jh.!), eines Vorfahren von Aaron Brick.

Note

Jay Robert Brick writes, 2 Feb. 2006 (by email):

Accumulation of the material I sent started in 1929 when my sister, Elsie got married. Even at age 14, I realized that my family suddenly got bigger. I went around asking new family members their name and the names of their relatives. Obviously, I didn't ask enough, like "Where and when were you born?" However it started me on the collection of data.

I got a boost from Hermann Schoen whose great grandparents were your great great grandparents (!). Hermann sent me much about my mother's ancestors.

A few years ago I encountered Judy Brick Cousins who lives in New Jersey who filled in much data about the Brick Family. Frieda and I visited Judy six or eight years ago and it seemed we made the family more cohesive

Note

Date sent: Sat, 9 Sep 2000 16:02:40 -0700 To: Helmut Paul paul@EXPHYS.UNI-LINZ.AC.AT From: "J. R. Brick" jrb@cruzio.com

It's taken just a little over a month for me to realize that we really came home. Finally. Mardi just walked in and asked that I say hello from her.

As we left Wien, we picked up a car at the airport and got detailed instructions on its features, knobs and buttons and so on, all in a dark room where we could see nothing. A great beginning when we found ourselves in the first of seemingly countless tunnels and we didn't` know how to turn the lights on! We figured it out and drove to the South of Austria and on to Trieste where we met the first of many thousands of motor scooters.

We escaped the " Invasion of the Mopeds" and made our way to Milan to see Da Vinci's statue, "The Horse". It was a magnificant sight some 24 feet tall beautifully displayed in its own courtyard. This was worth the entire trip.

We went on and spent a week in Florence. This was a week which would take pages and pages to describe.

Next, on to the Italian Riviara including Portofino, Rapallo and San Remo. At one point around here a hotel clerk neglected to return our passports and we were delayed a few days to let them catch up with us by mail. This interfered with our schedule and we sped up and went to Lyon in France but arrived out there a couple of days ahead of time.

David and his Wife, Mary, had exchanged the Santa Cruz home fo a farmhouse near Lyon for a month but they were out touring France, so we waited in the Sofitel at the Lyon airport. We finally made contact and went to the farm for about four days.

Ah, the farm, it was a rambling structure with a keystone over the main gate which gave the date of construction as 1610!..We found eight bedrooms and a single toilet and tucked away on the third (?) floor a very narrow bathtub! In the past 400 years there have been some alterations and additions, but certainly not enough.

Next we spent four or five days in Paris. Our next and final stop was in San Francisco. We came home and spent at least a week in recovery. It really was too much.

Visiting with you two and picking up on a casual meeting some twenty years ago, was the real highlight of the trip. If we had known then what we know now, I think we would have spent many more days in Vienna than we did.

And don't forget we have guest space in my house in Santa Cruz and you are cordially invited. Our best wishes to you both,

Jay

Last change September 25, 201022:54:17

Family with parents
father
Ida Karpeles and family
18751950
Birth: September 15, 1875 35Telšiai, Telšiai County, Lithuania
Death: 1950Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, United States of America
mother
Ida Karpeles and family
18861972
Birth: August 7, 1886 34 33Chicago, Cook County, IL, United States of America
Death: 1972Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, United States of America
Marriage
Marriage: January 26, 1908Chicago, Cook County, IL, United States of America
14 months
elder sister
Elsie Brick und Lilly Just in Wien
19092006
Birth: March 9, 1909 33 22Chicago, Cook County, IL, United States of America
Death: January 6, 2006
5 years
elder brother
19141914
Birth: March 26, 1914 38 27Chicago, Cook County, IL, United States of America
Death: April 21, 1914Chicago, Cook County, IL, United States of America
13 months
himself
Jay Robert Brick in Carmel 2001
19152007
Birth: April 10, 1915 39 28Chicago, Cook County, IL, United States of America
Death: July 9, 2007Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, CA, United States of America
Father’s family with Lillian N
father
Ida Karpeles and family
18751950
Birth: September 15, 1875 35Telšiai, Telšiai County, Lithuania
Death: 1950Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, United States of America
step-mother
Marriage
Marriage: about 1902Manchester, Lancashire, England (GB)
Divorce
Divorce: about 1905
Mother’s family with Sieg Berns
step-father
mother
Ida Karpeles and family
18861972
Birth: August 7, 1886 34 33Chicago, Cook County, IL, United States of America
Death: 1972Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, United States of America
Marriage
Marriage: about 1970Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, United States of America
Family with Frieda Victor
himself
Jay Robert Brick in Carmel 2001
19152007
Birth: April 10, 1915 39 28Chicago, Cook County, IL, United States of America
Death: July 9, 2007Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, CA, United States of America
wife
Frieda and Jay
19121996
Birth: August 12, 1912 30 26Detroit, Wayne, MI, United States of America
Death: June 30, 1996Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, CA, United States of America
son
Private
Family with Private
himself
Jay Robert Brick in Carmel 2001
19152007
Birth: April 10, 1915 39 28Chicago, Cook County, IL, United States of America
Death: July 9, 2007Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, CA, United States of America
wife
Private
Private + Private
partner’s partner
Private
wife
Private
step-son
19461965
Birth: July 20, 1946Reno, Washoe County, NV, United States of America
Death: December 12, 1965Los Gatos, Santa Clara County, CA, United States of America
step-daughter
Private
Carl Allen Bennett + Private
partner’s partner
19272000
Birth: October 3, 1927Tularosa, Otero County, NM, United States of America
Death: January 12, 2000Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, CA, United States of America
wife
Private
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