|Surname||Stadlin (born: Stadlen)|
|Given Name(s)||Mauricy (Maurice) (born: Maurycy)|
|Place of Birth||Lwów (now: Lviv, Ukraine)|
|Date of Birth (Eng)||June 27, 1894|
|Date of Birth (Heb)|
|Date of Death (Eng)||October 22, 1965|
|Date of Death (Heb)||26 Tishrei 5626|
|Age at Death||71|
|Hebrew Name||(משה (בן בערל איציק|
|Father’s Name||Bernard (Berl Itzig) Schleicher|
|Mother’s Name||Helena (Henne Golde) Stadlen|
|Title (e.g., Dr)|
|Religious Status (כ/ל/י)|
|Cause of Death|
|Other Family Data||Siblings: Jetty Leonia Stadlen (b. 1892); Izydor Manfred Stadlen (b. 1895)|
|Inscription (Eng)||MAURICY STADLIN|
|Inscription (Heb)||לזכר נשמתן של המנוח משה סטאדלין זל ששבק חיים לכל חי בכו בתשרי בשנת התשכו לפק והיו ימיו ששים שנה תנצב״ה|
|Inscription (Other)||“271” on back foot of slab|
|Historical||The Hebrew inscription says that he was 60 years old. Perhaps the family didn’t know his real age.
He was an importer of Swiss watches and the Honorary Consul of Portugal at Lausanne.
His name is listed (under Maurycy Stadlin) as having received a visa from the Japanese Consul in Lithuania, Chiune Sugihara, on August 20, 1940. His nationality at the time was Polish.
His parents married in Lviv in 1890. Helena was 30 and Bernard was 24 years old at the time. He is named after his maternal grandfather, Mozes Naftali Stadlen.
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