Marie Mahler-Bondy (1801-1883).

Relation to Gustav Mahler (1860-1911): His grandmother (paternal)

  • Born: 00-00-1801 Lipnice, Bohemia (or 04-03-1805 Lipnice).
  • Father: Abraham Bondy (Born: 00-00-1767, Married: 16-08-1798, Died: 18-07-1843. Merchant in Lipnice. He had taverns in Lipnice and Kaliste. He was a so called ‘Bestandsjude’, a Jewish tenant of grounds or a tavern). Previous generation.
  • Mother: Anna Marie Maisel (from Ronov).
  • Sister: Teresie Bondy (Born: 00-00-1819, Married: 17-11-1849 to Josef Mahler (1820-1879, Lipnice), Died: 06-03-1891 Lipnice).
  • Brothers: 5 (Bondy).


  • 08-02-1850 Legalization of the marriage.
  • 14-07-1865 Her husband Simon Mahler (1793-1865) died. Maria Bondy is 60 at the time.
  • Havlickuv Brod: After the death of her husband she continues to live under the family name “Mameha” (matriarch). She was very fond of the surroundings and rebelled when the police wanted her to impose a penalty in connection with a trade license that had expired. For this, she went to the emperor personally, who forgave her. After this she was seen by the family as a hero. As she grew older, she could no longer work. She lived with her son Filip in Havlickuv Brod.

Grave Marie Mahler-Bondy (1801-1883). Humpolec, Bohemia.

Grave Marie Mahler-Bondy (1801-1883). Humpolec, Bohemia.

If you have found any errors, please, notify us by selecting that text and pressing Ctrl+Enter.

Spelling error report

The following text will be sent to our editors: