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Elizabeth H (#47578300)
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Bio Photo Live in Eastern Mass. Looking for gravestones from places as varied as New England, New York, Pittsburgh, PA, New Jersey, Ohio, Louisville and Glasgow, KY.

My two family history blogs can be found at From Maine to Kentucky and A Jewish Genealogy Journey.

I enjoy photographing tombstones in Jewish cemeteries. For help in reading Hebrew, I suggest JewishGen's Reading Hebrew Tombstones at
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ddjohnsonri, LoveTrees
Messages left for Elizabeth H (142)[Leave Message]
Jennifer Rapp
Rose Hill Cemetery Matawan NJ
Hi! Hope you can help me to help you! I was over at the Rose Hill Cemetery today to search for your requests today and had no luck finding any of them! I see that you reference a a Plot, I will gladly go back again to see if I can find them if you have a clue to where the Sunnyside section is located! Thanks!
Added by Jennifer Rapp on Nov 21, 2014 3:29 PM
Jane Gilman
Gilmans & Miners
Thank you so much for the photographs!
Added by Jane Gilman on Nov 11, 2014 5:20 PM
RE: Ada Isbitsky
That is so sad that there is no stone. It is not necessary to photograph the empty plot. But thank you so much for offering, and thank you for the photos you did take for me.
All the best to you.
Added by LoveTrees on Nov 11, 2014 4:44 PM
RE: Benjamin Rosenberg at Beth El
All set... Thanks!

-- ddj
Added by ddjohnsonri on Nov 11, 2014 4:08 PM
Myer and Sarah Butter
Thanks for catching my "space-out" on the cemetery. I'm not sure where I was looking, since JCAM has both of them, clearly in adjacent spaces. I added Sarah, fixed the plot and did a photo request for her too.
-- ddj
Added by ddjohnsonri on Nov 11, 2014 12:16 PM
Charles Zar
RE: Rachel and William Siegel
My pleasure.
Added by Charles Zar on Oct 19, 2014 6:57 PM
Charles Zar
RE: Rachel and William Siegel
Your Mother in Law is correct. Struck by auto, one block from his residence. Broken femur leading to an embolism. Ruled accidental.

On Ancestry, Find the DC, and click on the bottom to the next page. You'll find your document.
Added by Charles Zar on Oct 17, 2014 8:44 PM
Mark Barnett
RE: George and Elizabeth Levitt at Montefiore
No problem, go ahead and use the photo.
Added by Mark Barnett on Oct 17, 2014 8:23 PM
Charles Zar
RE: Rachel and William Siegel
No problem.

William's death certificate is public (prior to 1944.) Have you seen it? It is available on Ancestry, but I can e-mail it to you if you don't.

Let me know.

Added by Charles Zar on Oct 17, 2014 7:24 PM
Rose Hill
Hi there, Are the people I took photos for in your family? If they are please let me know I will gladly transfer them to you. Also I will will be going back to Rose Hill soon. I have been there 2 times this summer and both times I have gotten poison ivy! So do not remove your requests. If I can not find them maybe someone else can.
Added by JDC on Oct 07, 2014 3:31 PM
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