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Paul Ernst Kaess
« Reply #72 on: Monday 15 February 21 14:58 GMT (UK) »
Hartmut Obst of the Staatsarchiv Ludwigsburg says of the Denazification file for Paul Ernst Kaess:
"the scans from EL 902/15 B 10835 should complete the archival reproduction or process; the difference between the number of scans and the number of pages results from the fact that scans were made of double pages. The documents of carpenters 'guilds and carpenters' guilds kept here in
Oberamt Ludwigsburg are too old to mention Paul Ernst K."

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Paul Ernst Kaess
« Reply #73 on: Wednesday 17 March 21 22:04 GMT (UK) »
After Paul Ernst Kaess died in 2002, the sole Heiress of his estate was his Wife Hildegard Louise Golz Kaess. This is per Arnhild Kaess, his daughter.

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Gift to Paul Ernst Kaess
« Reply #74 on: Tuesday 30 March 21 19:43 BST (UK) »
During Brian Paul Kaess' vacation to Europe in 1990, He was given fine 'China' dishes by Margaret Jane Swartz Langley (1914-1997) to present to the family in Germany as a gift. Brian did so, presenting them to Paul Ernst Kaess in Spring 1990. Margaret was an antique dealer and the dishes were selected for their high quality. A motif of one of the dishes was the Revolutionary War and this dish was colored red, white, & blue, with fine gold-plated lining. The dishes were a gift from one grandparent to another grandparent.


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Paul Ernst Kaess Denazification File statement
« Reply #75 on: Wednesday 31 March 21 19:37 BST (UK) »
Below is a translation of a 1946 denazification file document for Paul Ernst Kaess. I got this translation from Family Search Community. Below is the translation:

"Heutingsheim, January 11th, 1946.

To the

Denazification Committee - Heutingsheim.

Subject: Political activity!

In 1934 I came to H.J. [Hitlerjugend] and was member until 1939, after which I joined the R.A.D. [Reichsarbeitsdienst].

In 1940 my admission certificate for N.S.D.A.P was sent to this organisation [R.A.D].

During my time as a soldier I was informed by the Benningen location group that I am listed as a party candidate.

Paul K"