Leopold Honig, a merchant, was married to Paula Buttermilch. On 1 November 1940 the couple registered in the town of Alphen aan den Rijn at 28 Hazeveld, from where they moved to the house next-door at 30 Hazeveld on 2 September 1941. This house was seized on 5 May 1942, and the couple was forced to leave and to abandon the contents. They ended up at 36 Zaalbergstraat, where they were picked up during the major raid on 30 September 1942 and taken to Westerbork.
L. de Brouwer, De Joodse Gemeente Alphen aan den Rijn, 1792-1964 (Haarlem 2002) 47-49
We have been unable to determine whether one or more members of this family survived the war. While their names do not appear on the lists of survivors, we have not been able to trace them in In Memoriam either. They are therefore labeled as 'surviving' and their names are not listed.