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hi I can see somebody got a photo for you. one of my friends also went there. contact me through e-mail if you are interested.
|Daniz||Shoshana and Alexander Legman|
There is a large bush growing between the graves. I tried to push the branches aside, but was not able to get a good picture.
If you want, I can probably get most of the inscription and copy it to paper.
Please advise if you want me to get that.
My email is : email@example.com
Remove the y's and x's
Added by Daniz on May 05, 2013 8:14 AM
|Susanne||RE: Thanks again!|
Hey Diana (and sorry for typing "Diane" last time),
Right, you shouldn't change the plot numbers, just leave everything as is and I'll give it a try this week or next.
Added by Susanne on Apr 10, 2013 6:53 AM
I completely forgot about the New(!) Hebrew Section, where there actually is another group 21. I'm sorry. I'll give it another try soon. :)
All I can say is it was 2 a.m. when I wrote to you yesterday. ;)
Added by Susanne on Apr 10, 2013 5:06 AM
|Susanne||RE: Thank you so much!|
thanks for your quick reply! I was wondering, because Markovits is not the classic russian name.
But nope, definitely not Hebrew. I also spend time in the jewish sections, and although I can hardly read cyrillic and no hebrew at all, I can easily tell one from the other.
So 21 really is the orthodox section. ;) Maybe the data wasn't correct. The jewish sections are 5 to 8, 19 and 20, 50 to 52. It is some hundred meters away from the orthodox section and very different, too - and 20 is NOT next to 21 (administrations, eh?). Maybe 20 would have been the correct place?
I can try and have another look next time I'm there, as 20 is not soo big. But I do have to say it is an overgrown area, where graves never expire, but are not maintained by the town either, so where there is no family left, it is "wild beauty", often times with no headstones left, or fallen down, or too weathered to read.
The old sections are beautiful and peaceful though. I came across a roebuck today more than once, browsing peacefully amidst the trees. So if I don't find the headstone, be sure that someone is watching over the departed. :) I can always upload a roebuck picture from today's encounter in the hebrew section if you'd like one.
Maybe you also want to try and change your request from 21 to 20, as there is definitely no Hebrew grave in section 21. Maybe someone else feels lucky those next days, spring is coming at last!
Added by Susanne on Apr 09, 2013 7:18 PM
|julia&keld||RE: Netanya cemetery|
Alexandero Simcha Legman born 1912 died 2008. His wife Susana.
He came to Israel in 1961. He is buried at Vatikim :block 62 zone 4 line 9 number 3
|julia&keld||RE: Netanya cemetery|
i will need the dates to be abe to check. please send throught e-mail.
Rachael Margolis' death certificate, also from Baltimore City, is #E16436. I'm not finding an obituary for her either.
Added by Debbie on Mar 04, 2013 8:55 PM
Maryland Death Certificate Index - lists her as Edith Soffer - certificate # E34585 and she died in Baltimore City. I have not yet found an obituary under any spelling. It may have run in the News American or the Jewish Times, neither of which are online. I also don't see her in the cemetery index.
Added by Debbie on Mar 04, 2013 8:46 PM
I think the only ones I haven't found are Rachel and Rose. If you can get me a death date for Rachel, I'll see what I can find. Rose's isn't in the Baltimore Sun. It may be in the Jewish Times, but I don't have access to that online.
Added by Debbie on Mar 04, 2013 7:40 PM
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