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MensaKaren (#47750215)
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Bio Photo Avid personal family tree researcher on and off for 5+ yrs (and info gathered from 1984 & 1988 too)

Posting what I have here now as I want to get matching headstone pix and I don't have very many & live a good distance away- plus I want to link the "parents w/ their children" as far as I can in my tree

Hope to know more about what happened overseas- where people are buried- and who didn't make it out. (meaning my Jewish relatives)

I'm on "sussmank" have a family tree~750+ people
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RE: Isadore
In a findagrave message re: Isadore Sussman (tomb marked Jacob Sussman) you wrote:
"According to my info (he's my Gr Gpa) and also per his son Benny-his name is Isadore and the Jacob on the stone was a mistake. Isadore's brother's name is Jacob (buried in NY)- Jacob was mistakenly listed on the death cert too w/ other odd & accurate info.

Not sure what name he came over as from Ukraine as only found out last name was different a few months ago. He never got naturalized."

It might be helpful to mention this information on the memorial itself as it will alleviate a great deal of confusion.

Added by Michelle on Aug 06, 2013 12:22 PM
Isadore "Ike the Tailor" Sussman, I

Why does the tomstone say Jacob Sussman when you list the name as Isadore "Ike the Tailor" Sussman, I? Shouldn't the "J" or the name Jacob be listed somewhere in the name? Not being critical, just trying to understand.

Added by Michelle on Jul 23, 2013 10:18 AM
Mark London
RE: Mary Sussman's headstone
Sorry, no sign of the broken photograph. I had a feeling you might ask about that! I wish you luck with finding a copy, as one would think that if they went to the bother of making that photo, that someone would have kept a copy! - Mark
Added by Mark London on May 29, 2012 12:52 PM

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