The "Adressbuch Dresden 1943/1944" contains a citizen
register (= Einwohnerverzeichnis) of town Dresden (and 32 citizen registers for the Vororte), it shows:
SCHÖNFELDER, Amd. Charlotte Chstne., OLehrers Ww., A 16, Krenkelstr.
There is a problem: The "Adressbuch Dresden 1943/1944" contains
a special register, called Häuserbuch (book for houses), it shows all inhabitants (occupants, tenants) of a given house address.
It shows for Krenkelstr. 19 there doesn't be an inhabitant SCHÖNFELDER! But nearby, I found the inhabitant SCHÖNFELDER
in house of Krenkelstr. 9. The scans are in the email trailer. My assumption: Krenkelstr. 19 is false (mistake in citizen
register) and Krenkelstr. 9 is right. Therefore (in greater details):
SCHÖNFELDER, Amanda Charlotte Christiane, widow, her husband
was been an advanced teacher (Oberlehrer),
Dresden A 16, Krenkelstraße 9, first Etage.
Remarks to house of Krenkelstr. 9 (in 1943/44):
Altst.7820 = Grundbuchnummer \ special area registers
601P = Ortslistennummer /
E = Eigentümer = house owner: Frau Johanna Elisabeth QUANDT
(married), living in Wittstock an der Dosse (a little town about 80km western-nothern from Berlin near the town Pritzwalk
in Brandenburg). The actual digital telefon book on my computer "tell me": In Wittstock there doesn't be any telefon entry
of QUANDT (no successors?).
V = Verwalter = administrator, manager: Herr Paul GEßNER (F
= Firma of realtor and trustee, GR = Geschäftsraum), Dresden A 1 (= absolutly city center), Schloßstraße 18. All buildings
of Schloßstraße have been total destroyed in 1945.
In the map of Dresden 1940:
Between Großer Garten
(a big park) and the word Striesen (in the right, in blue characters) there is a red arrow pointing to Krenkelstraße. It is
in an exclusive destrict, called Striesen. Many houses in this district have been destroyed in 1945. But not the house of Krenkelstraße 9, it is a beautyful old villa. I think, the villa have been build perhaps
in year 1900 and now its renovation is perhaps 5 years old (the same history has the villa in Krenkelstraße 19).
In the map of Dresden 2004:
No changes for Krenkelstraße,
but some other streets and places have new names. Now Dresden is again a touristic attraction.