Stolperstein für Gisela Mosauerova.jpgKrásova 447/33, Praha 3
Gisela Mosauerová née Pächter was born on 5 September 1876 in Karlovy Vary. Her parents were Adolf Pächter (1845-1915) and Martha née Herschel (ca. 1857-1890). She had three siblings and four half siblings of later marriages of her father. She married Rudolf Mosauer (1867-1934). The couple had two daughters, Marta (born on 18 April 1897 in Karlovy Vary) and Adéla (born 1899). It is not known when she moved to Prague to live with her daughter Adéla and her family. Her last residence before deportation was in Prague XII, Na Zájezdu 12. On 13 July 1942, she was deported from Prague to Theresienstadt concentration camp by transport AAq. Her transport number was 12 of 1,001. There she was interred for three months. During this period she saw the family of her daughter Adéla arrive and leave again, when her daughter, her son-in-law Gustav Fischl and their two daughters, age 10 and 13, were deported to Riga. On 19 October 1942, the elderly lady was deported to Treblinka extermination camp by transport Bw. Her transport number was 1404 of 2,002. She was murdered by the Nazi regime.

Her sister Marta, first married to Dr.Otto Brunner (he died 1926), then to Dr.Franz Ekstein, had two daughters: Eva Maria born 5 March 1920 and Lia born 15th February 1926. They all survived the holocaust. Marta died in London in 1944 aged 47. Her brother Rudolf was killed in 1942 after his deportation to Piaski. Her sister Mathilda and her husband Leopold Bunzl were both murdered in 1942 in Trawniki. Her half sister Katharina and her husband Rudolf Pollak were both murdered in 1944 in Auschwitz. The fate of her other siblings is unknown. Her second step mother Wilhelmina Pächter was killed on 25 September 1944 in Theresienstadt.