Theresia SCHAMBERGER, née Eichinger, was born in Aurolzmünster (in the Ried district of the Innviertel of Upper Austria) on May 27, 1872. She was a married Catholic mother of a so and belonged to a family that had local citizenship rights in Gnigl-Itzling (now part of the city of Salzburg) in accordance with the old Heimatrecht laws.

They lived at 61 Erzherzog Eugenstraße (now 17 Salzburger Schützenstraße) in Itzling.

Mrs. SCHAMBERGER was admitted to the State Asylum on November 14, 1939 and in the week before her 69th birthday she was shipped off to the Hartheim Castle killing center near Linz on May 21, 1941 where she was murdered.

Her husband Josef SCHAMBERGER was a shoemaker and he died in Salzburg in 1942. Her son Alfred was an officer in the rural police and died in Salzburg in 1950.

Author: Gert Kerschbaumer
Translation: Stan Nadel

Stumbling Stone
Laid 22.03.2012 at Salzburg, Salzburger Schützenstraße 17

<p>HIER WOHNTE<br />
JG. 1872<br />
DEPORTIERT 21.5.1941<br />
ERMORDET 1941</p>
Photo: Gert Kerschbaumer

All stumbling stones at Salzburger Schützenstraße 17