RE: Rosenzweig The Rosenzweig Tree should be on the blog. Check at the top of the page. If not, let me know, and I can email you.
Just checked and it is password protected because I included living people for my living cousins. I should put up one that deletes living people. Sorry! I am happy to email you what I have if you'd like.
I don't send things on Twitter--wouldn't know how. I don't publish my email address on the blog to avoid spam. I prefer for people to leave comments there.
I will subscribe to your blog, and then you will have my email address. :) Or just send me yours.
RE: Rosenzweig Hi, Thanks for your message. My Rosenzweigs were all from Romania. I took a quick look at your blog (very cool color wheel!) and didn't see any Romanian ancestors, so I don't think our Rosenzweigs are related.
I am on Twitter (smokeyluna) but aside from posting my blog there, I never use it. I find it overwhelming and confusing!
I now have to check out your blog. Is there a way to make that color wheel from a GEDcom instead of Geni? I don't use Geni.
I see that you are requesting photos of the Durbach Jewish Cemetery. My husband went there to look at one of his family ancestral homes a few years ago and took photos. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address and I will email the photos to you.
Krolls at Bayside Hi, I saw your request for a photo of Mrs Krolls stone at Bayside. I volunteer at Bayside doing repair and restoration work on the many damaged stones and mausoleums at Bayside. I know exactly where the Kroll family plot is located and plan on photographing it when the snow melts. There is something very interesting that I noticed. I see that the Krolls daughter and grandchildren unfortunately died in a plane crash. There is a woman named Sadie Bernstein who is buried very close to the Kroll plot she died in the same plan crash (Miami Airlines Dec 16 1951) as the Krolls daughter. I met Mrs. Bernstein's granddaughter at her graveside a few years ago and she told me that her grandmother was on her way to Fla to visit her daughter and grand daughter. she was actually supposed to fly out at a later time but switched her flight.
RE: Bodenheimer You can see his gravestone! If you follow the following link: https://www2.landesarchiv-bw.de/ofs21/olf/struktur.php?bestand=24368&klassi=&anzeigeKlassi=106&letztesLimit=20&baumSuche=&standort=&inhaltHauptframe=unterebenen&unterebenenId=3723401&syssuche=&logik=
On the left hand side is a list of cemeteries. Scroll down to Mannheim Hauptfriedhof and click on the + symbol.
Then go to Sektion F and click on the + symbol again
Then go to Sektion F II B and click on the + symbol again
Then go to Reihe 6 and click on the plus symbol again
Then click on 'Grabstein 1-16'
Then on the right hand panel scroll down to grave F II B/6/7 and click on Archivalieneinheiten
....and hey presto a picture of the grave. You can download as a pdf