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Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy
Feri and Vilmosne Berger
Thank you so much for these photos. It is much appreciated!

Added by Kathy Holland, Gates to t... on Jul 21, 2014 2:32 PM

Karen
RE: photo request for Henrik Deutsch
Thanks for the offer to take me to the cemetery and the background information! I don't know Hebrew at all and I know a very little Hungarian. I found Henrik's details on http://www.oroklet.hu. Do you know if this list is complete? I am also looking for the grave of his sister, Josza Orban, and her husband, Ignacz, both of whom died in Budapest around that time (1914 and 1928).

Added by Karen on Apr 10, 2014 1:30 PM

Karen
RE: photo request for Henrik Deutsch
Hi! I am very excited to read your message even though your didn't find the grave. No one else has tried to fulfil the photo request. Was there a caretaker who could provide a more detailed map of the area? Do you know anything about that area and why it isn't taken care of? Any info would be appreciated! I might come to Budapest myself some day and try my luck, but not this year, I think.

I was Hungary late last year in Nagykanisza and with the caretaker literally under covered the graves of my great-great grandparents. It was very exciting.

Thanks again,
Karen

Added by Karen on Apr 09, 2014 1:47 PM

Cyndi
Hermina Krieger
Hi Ruth. Yes, I agree, the way the listing is written says that the grave is just the wife, not the husband. But the date of death given (1942) does not match the wife, who I know died by 1933. The listing itself may be in error, as it came from a site that didn't have a lot of information and could have typos and etc. I put "double grave?" to give a head's up to anyone photographing it just in case.

And wow, there is the photograph. Thank you so much. And thanks even more for the translation, because I can't easily read the inscription (looks like you had to remove some ivy). It does appear they are both buried there. At least both names are there. And wow a sibling to my grandmother! I knew she had several sisters at least but I have not yet been able to find a single sibling's name, until now! Sandor, my great uncle, who died in the Shoah.

Thank you!
Cyndi

Added by Cyndi on Apr 08, 2014 8:04 AM

Dennis Aman
Erdos family
Thank you so very much for the photos and captions !!!

Added by Dennis Aman on Dec 15, 2013 4:14 PM

Margaret Tomer
Ignate Morningstar
Oh my gosh. I can't believe you got that photo. I am stunned and SO SO excited!

Thank you so much!

Do you know what it says, other than his name?


Margaret

Added by Margaret Tomer on Nov 10, 2013 3:40 PM

Rev. Dr. Nelson A L Weller
Keresztesi
Thank you for all your help. I have transferred Alic & Jakob to the right cemetery and removed my incorrect ones. In doing so, your name was taken off the picture you added and I regret that it happened. If I can I will add your name as credit should be given where it id due.
Nelson

Added by Rev. Dr. Nelson A L Well... on Oct 28, 2013 3:09 PM

AC Stone
Devai's
You are amazing. Thank you so much for your help.

Sincerely,

AC

Added by AC Stone on Oct 28, 2013 2:10 PM

Rev. Dr. Nelson A L Weller
Keresztesi
Thank you for posting the picture. I believe the problem is Alic died in 1899 at the age of 6 months, and Jacob did not die until 1926, so the record of Alic could have been lost oor maybe never recorded. If possible can you tell me the correct name of the cemetery. Someone here is saying my use of Main Jewish Cemetery is incorrect and that it and others each have "correct" names. I want to make sure I have them in the right place.
Nelson Weller

Added by Rev. Dr. Nelson A L Well... on Oct 28, 2013 1:07 PM

AC Stone
Fuchs
Anne,

Thank you so much for taking the time to get me the photo from across the world. Your 5,722 miles away so this is pretty amazing. Find a grave is a great organization.

Your time and efforts are deeply appreciated.

Sincerely,

AC

Added by AC Stone on Oct 21, 2013 8:55 AM

Donald Young
Garber/Parsons
Thanks for the Garber/Parsons info. Are you related or connected to the Garber family in any way?

Added by Donald Young on Jun 13, 2013 4:43 PM

Cyndi
More photos
I was wondering if you had gotten the other headstone back. No, I wasn't notified. But yes I see it now. Awesome. Looking forward to your email.

Cyndi

Added by Cyndi on May 19, 2013 2:10 PM

Cyndi
You rock!
Many thanks again!

Cyndi

Added by Cyndi on May 19, 2013 11:16 AM

Rev. Dr. Nelson A L Weller
Jewish Cemetery
I was tod it was the main Jewish cemetery, so I suppose that is the large one. A friend was able to find Alic's grave there and as far as I know she is buried in the same place as her father. I had a picture of the memorial, and the stone seemed quite large, but someone along the way ruined the wording, etc. I suppose to hid the Hebrew lettering.
I would really appreciate anything you can do in terms of a picture. Alic dates are Feb 1899-Aug 1899. Jakob's dates are 1853-1926. He was station master at Budipest.
Thank you for the response
Nelson Weller

Added by Rev. Dr. Nelson A L Well... on May 14, 2013 12:33 PM

Cyndi
RE: Thank you!
I'll take whatever you can find. Docs would be awesome. Unfortunately, my mom (who was fluent in Hungarian...she immigrated at age 3 in 1939) passed away a while back, but it's all the same alphabet and I can get the gist with Google Translate and ask for help with the rest.

Shall we continue this via email? I'm cyndi at norwitz dot net.

Thanks again and I am pretty good at internet searching so don't hesitate to ask for anything (too bad I'm not near the two graves you need photos of).

Added by Cyndi on May 13, 2013 7:58 AM

Cyndi
RE: Thank you!
Oh I did click on the photo to get the closeup and somehow I didn't page down to see your translation, I see it now. I know there is a museum there; if you happen to see anything more about Rabbi Groszmann, I would appreciate photos. I am also sharing this information with my cousin, his grandson. Thanks again! If I can help you with research on Ancestry.com or Jewishgen or elsewhere, please let me know (even if it's stuff you can do yourself and the only help I'm giving is to save you time).

Thanks again!
Cyndi

Added by Cyndi on May 12, 2013 2:59 PM

Cyndi
Thank you!
Thank you so much for the photo of my great uncle's, Zsigmond Groszmann, headstone. I'm surprised to see a Rabbi's headstone has no Hebrew on it...I was hoping for his parents' names. I can't read the Hungarian but I can tell you that Edit was his daughter who died at Auschwitz.

And thank you also for trying to find my great grandfather's (Emanuel Deutelbaum) grave (Zsigmond's father-in-law). What a shame that the section is not well maintained.

I really appreciate your time.

Cyndi

Added by Cyndi on May 12, 2013 9:30 AM

John T
Rusts in Gilmore Cemetery.
Sorry no listing for Sarah Rust in the the cemetery records. Photos for all the Rusts I could find are posted.
John

Added by John T on Dec 09, 2012 4:49 PM

SteveDM
RE: Thank you
You are very welcome, I also posted his wifes headstone.
Steve

Added by SteveDM on Dec 05, 2012 3:59 AM

Terry Gosselin
m spaeth in benzonia cemetery
Hi, Please contact me about your request for a photo of M Leone Spaeth. My email address will be on my findagrave site when you click on my name on this email. I have some information that may help you in your request.

Added by Terry Gosselin on Oct 12, 2012 8:24 PM

 
 

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