(Nuremberg City Archives, C21/VII No. 26)
(Nuremberg City Archives, A64 No. 995)
(Nuremberg City Archives, A 97 No. 302)
|Location of stone: Theodorstrasse 5||District: Wöhrd|
|Sponsors: Hubert Rottner Defet, Thommy Barth and others||Laying of stone: 22 May 2004|
On 22 May 2004 Gunter Demnig laid the first stumbling stones in Nuremberg. These included the stumbling stone for Adolf Dinkelspühler, who was murdered in Theresienstadt.
Adolf Dinkelspühler was born on 9 Juni 1861 in Fürth. He was the son of Josef Dinkelspühler and Sara (née Weil).
Dinkelspühler attended the Realgymnasium in Nuremberg (today Willstätter Grammar School) and the Royal College (Königliche Studienanstalt). Later he worked as a procurator in a banking house.
In June 1886 he married Therese Ertheiler. Therese was born on 19 June 1858 in Nuremberg. Their marriage was childless and she died on 2 June 1925 in Nuremberg.
Adolf Dinkelspühler was deported to Theresienstadt on 10 September 1942. He was murdered there twelve days later.