|Elana Kahn (#47780346)|
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My name is Elana Kahn, and I live in Boston, MA. I'm married to a wonderful man and have three adorable kids (boy/girl twins who are 4, a 2-year-old girl, and I'm pregnant with another little girl). I'm currently in nursing school and hope to eventually become a Certified Nurse Midwife, and in the mean time I'm a birth doula.|
My mom was always the genealogist in the family, so she's the one I always turn to for questions, but now I'm the keeper of the electronic records (on Geni). Unfortunately I do not live near where my relatives are buried, so I either have to travel or have volunteers take photos. Most of my family is buried either in Rochester, NY or in and around New York City. I've been using my research skills to try and find where many of my family members are buried and so far have been somewhat successful. I still have about 50 people to locate, though.
Here are the last names that particularly interest me and the most likely place for their burial:
New York City area:
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|reson||RE: Flagg Memorials|
That would be absolutely wonderful. My ID is #47457050. I will work on additional info and links. Thanks so much! George
Added by reson on Sep 21, 2013 11:12 AM
|Jacki, Weymouth Massachusetts||Samuel Harris|
Thanks Elana. Once I figured out who everybody was, none of them were my Samuel... lol But it's the way the gene ball bounces. Thanks for your help... Jacki
This is to inform you that I would be happy to look for the
grave in Jerusalem.
The cemetery is actually 3 cemeteries and there are over 10 buriel
societies operating in Jerusalem.
Please tell me more about the person requested.
Which community did person belong to, such as:
Haredim in general
a non Heredi Jerusalem citizen
A non- Israeli
A special group of any type
Please provide Hebrew names for the father of the deceased.
Added by Daniz on Jul 14, 2013 5:43 AM
|Shelby and Tom Grant||Ancient Jewish tombstones found in Vienna|
Elana, there is an article on Yahoo.com with the title of the article as in the subject. It has pictures so I thought you might like to see it for your information. I can send the story to you by e-mail (minus the pictures) if you would like but I do not have your e-mail address. Mine is email@example.com
Let me know if you want the story sent by e-mail. It is too long to put on public message.
|Friends of Mount Zion||Mt, Zion Burials|
Wolfe Gitmed (1877 - 1942) C4-04
Bertha Gitmed (1877 - 1958) C4-03
contact use firstname.lastname@example.org
view website restore Mount Zion cemetery on Facebook.
|Shelby and Tom Grant||Parents|
There are 5 or 6 people buried near your parents that we keep checking to see if the marker is there. When I go I place a small stone on your parents grave for me and one for you. I hope that is not against tradition for me to add one from you. I know that if you could you would be there as often as possible so that is why I place a stone there for you. By the way, the graves and the cemetery are kept clean and beautiful. There are many graves with white stone that shine in the sun.
|Kristin Jones||Anna Fitz|
I have added the info you requested. Please let me know if you need anything else. Thanks!
|Jauers||Christina Cordelia Albee Ayer|
Thank you for taking her picture.
Added by Jauers on May 21, 2013 9:16 PM
|Marty1314||Hellerstein Grave Photo|
Thank you SO much for both the photo and adding my uncle's obit. They were both very remarkable people. It's a very beautiful cemetery and that particular spot by the lake is really special. You are lucky to live close by.
|AuntieJ||Sutherlands at Mt Auburn|
Thanks so much for getting the grave marker photo for Charles and Hattie!
Added by AuntieJ on May 09, 2013 2:30 PM
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