Dyner/Gellert/Ingber

DYNER, Eliezar (Visa # 1257 – age 35)
DYNER, Henry (age 3)
DYNER, Sprince née GELLERT (Visa # 2266 – age 34)
GELLERT, Isak Samuel (age 38)
GELLERT, Joseph (Visa # 2269 – age 75)
GELLERT, Lara née DAVOUD (Visa # 2268 – age 25)
GELLERT, Nicole Matilde (age 1)
GELLERT, Sara née INGBER (Visa # 2265 – age 67)
INGBER, Dora (Visa # 2656 – age 38)

The family listed above was issued visas by Aristides de Sousa Mendes in Bordeaux in June 1940, after having been explicitly denied visas by Salazar, the Portuguese head of state.

The DYNER and GELLERT families crossed into Portugal and subsequently sailed from Lisbon to Buenos Aires on the vessel Cabo de Buena Esperanza in May 1941. Dora INGBER sailed from Cadiz to Buenos Aires on the vessel Cabo de Hornos in May 1942. Some members of the family later emigrated to the US.

Eliezar DYNER

Eliezar DYNER

Sprince DYNER

Sprince DYNER












Isak GELLERT

Isak GELLERT

Lara GELLERT

Lara GELLERT

Nicole GELLERT

Nicole GELLERT












Joseph GELLERT

Joseph GELLERT

Sara GELLERT

Sara GELLERT












Photos of Joseph and Sara GELLERT courtesy of the Felix Archives in Antwerp.