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Waldstein (#47227099)
 member for 7 years, 1 month, 11 days
isaac Cohen 1936 in Washington Cemetery, NYC
Hi! That's your guy, he's the husband of the late Jennie. I don't see Jennie to link but she should be there. do you want to make an entry for Jennie and link them?


Added by Athanatos on Oct 10, 2015 8:27 PM

Margo Reasner
RE: Walden verses Waldstein
I'll note that there was a name variation in the bio. I've already linked him with his parents. Thank you. -Margo-

Added by Margo Reasner on Aug 11, 2015 3:53 PM

Margo Reasner
Walden verses Waldstein
Hello... I got the edit requests to change the name to Waldstein, but I got the spelling from the cemetery records and the death records. I can make a note on the memorials about Waldstein and try to photograph the stones the next time I'm in that area to see what they say if you like. If I make a note, what exactly should I say is the reason that the spelling isn't Walden? Thank you for your help. -Margo-

Added by Margo Reasner on Aug 11, 2015 2:46 PM

Rafael Rothaug
Hello, I expect to be in Safat next week and will try to visit the cemetery. Your entry shows a ? for the row. I assume you know which row, but Hebrew is not supported. Can you supply the row? Do you know more about the cemetery and where I could find the grave?


Added by Daniz on Apr 19, 2015 5:07 AM

Bill Macy
Hi Jackie -- Will transfer them to you today. I live in Lincoln and have access to the historical society where obituaries exist if you need any for these folks. Bill.

Added by Bill Macy on Apr 15, 2015 12:55 PM

Bill Macy
I added four more Lavine gravesites to the Mount Carmel Cemetery in Lincoln, Nebraska that were close to the two I already sent to you. If these are your people, let me know and I will transfer them to you. Bill.

Added by Bill Macy on Apr 15, 2015 10:13 AM

jerry greenfeld
Alex Charles
Out of surgery with a new knee. Haven't heard from either Bonnee or Randee. Any way that we can continue this on a less public manner?

Added by jerry greenfeld on Apr 07, 2015 11:54 AM

Diane Reich
RE: Theresa Kutner
Next time I am at Cypress Lawn I will look for her grave.

Added by Diane Reich on Apr 07, 2015 11:08 AM

Diane Reich
Theresa Kutner
Thanks for the note about Theresa Kutner. In the past I have tried to get the person who listed graves in Cypress Lawn to delete & she has refused to work with me. I hope she works with you! Thanks again for the note. Diane

Added by Diane Reich on Apr 07, 2015 8:46 AM

Charlotte Smith
at Bayside, is the one you were thinking she is. I updated her entry.

Added by Athanatos on Apr 03, 2015 11:12 PM

jerry greenfeld
RE: Alex and Doree Charles
Mamie's parents were Joseph Katz and Bune Riva (sometimes called Ava) Arluk or Erlich. Mamie's siblings were Dvora, Sophie, then Mamie, Sarah, Jacob, Molke and Hena.

Added by jerry greenfeld on Mar 29, 2015 11:16 AM

jerry greenfeld
RE: Alex and Doree Charles
Mamie's sister was Dora Katz and her husband was Joseph Shapiro.

Added by jerry greenfeld on Mar 29, 2015 11:03 AM

jerry greenfeld
RE: Alex and Doree Charles
I have the family genealogy plus or minus 250 names.
My other email address is
Email me there and I'll send you the Katz tree (5 pages in PDF format). The Shapiro tree is 10 pages, but I don't think that you're interested in that. Tell Randee that I'm having dinner tonight with some of the group from Mitchell Gardens, she might remember David Metz, he lived in the building that was between ours.
Give my regards,
Jerry (Jerome) Greenfeld

Added by jerry greenfeld on Mar 29, 2015 10:15 AM

jerry greenfeld
RE: Alex and Doree Charles
Bonnee probably wouldn't know me as our ages at that time seemed greater than now. Randi and I called each other kissin' cousins. We used to meet in the playground between the back of our houses. I am going in for surgery tomorrow morning and will not be near a computer for (hopefully not more) one week.

Added by jerry greenfeld on Mar 29, 2015 8:15 AM

jerry greenfeld
RE: Alex and Doree Charles
We are cousins. We both lived in Mitchell Gardens in Flushing. Her father and my mother were cousins, our grandmothers were sisters. The Cohen's, Katz's and Shapiro's were all close. Randi was the closest to my age. Her other cousins are Bob and Elliot Cohen, Marna Cohen, Mark Kastner and David and Susan. I think her younger sister was Bonnie Hochstadt.

Added by jerry greenfeld on Mar 28, 2015 10:07 PM

jerry greenfeld
Alex Cohen Charles
Alex and his wife Dorothy were just added last month. These are my cousins and I have been looking for their daughters for years. Is there any way that I can find who is responsible for their interment? Or is there any way that my email address can be passed on to them?

Added by jerry greenfeld on Mar 28, 2015 2:36 PM

Lisa Squared
Lottie Frankel
We were asked by the person who manages this memorial to remove the close up,pics of the other stones on Lottie's marker. If you would like the pics we went back to get for you maybe you could list the people with new memorials and we can post the pics for you. Let me know what you would like to do.

Added by Lisa Squared on Feb 21, 2015 8:07 AM

Dawna Westbrook
Lottie Waldstein Frankel
I'll need an email address if you want copies of what I have.


Added by Dawna Westbrook on Feb 21, 2015 5:54 AM

Marianne Bradley
RE: Moses and Ruth Seligman
This was so funny - We were in Savannah on vacation at Thanksgiving, and being a "Graver", I wanted to visit Bonaventure Cemetery. They have a wonderful computer on their outside porch, where you can search and locate graves 24/7. The office was open, but they want you to use the database on the computer. Anyway, I went to my phone, to findagraves photo requests at Bonaventure and arbitrarily chose Seligman from the 50+ there. Then walked right up to it. And 'voila', there it is for you. Wish I had had more time to do others, but it would have taken me all day. It has so many varied and unusual and old graves. Great place.
If you want the original photos emailed to you, I can do that, but need your email. The Jewish section in the cemetery has many stones in Hebrew, some only in Hebrew. Very interesting.
Enjoy and happy graving!

Added by Marianne Bradley on Dec 13, 2014 1:58 PM

Michael Pitcock
Thomas W. Wood Memorial - Franklin Co., TN

Will you please email me regarding your request for parent links for Thomas W. Wood's memorial in Franklin Memorial Gardens in Winchester, Franklin Co., TN? My email is

Thanks, Michael

Added by Michael Pitcock on Nov 18, 2014 9:37 PM

Paul R
RE: Saint Augustines Cemetery - Farley

I don't have a separate photograph of the text. What I will do is pull that out of the original photo (which is a better quality and the text is readable except where there are leaves) and post it. If you still can't read it, let me know and I can send the original.


Added by Paul R on Nov 06, 2014 2:40 PM

Ginny M
RE: Anna and Josef Hanig
Yes, that is the cemetery. Was taking photos of the older graves, for families doing research...was surprised to see one all ready posted!

Added by Ginny M on Oct 29, 2014 4:57 PM

Raymond Huessy
Paul and Charlotte Waldstein
I am the adopted great-great-grandson of Charlotte Waldstein Rosenstock, and only found out from your post here what year Paul was born (though it jibes with a letter of my grandfather's where PW is said to be 12 years old in 1848.)

I would appreciate ANY other information you have on the Waldstein family, especially about Paul and Charlotte's siblings. I have some information about their Hamburg cousins, which I would be happy to share.

Added by Raymond Huessy on Oct 28, 2014 12:46 PM

Editor B
RE: Lotttie Frankel
This is not a unique problem. I'm finding it difficult to locate anyone in Dispersed of Judah. The records don't seem to match the actual row and plot numbers "on the ground." I intend to do some more research and contact whoever is in charge of the cemetery today to see if I can get some clarity.

Added by Editor B on Oct 14, 2014 5:20 AM

RE: Litvak Cemetery picture for Mikhel Rom
Actually, the cemetery is quite well preserved, unlike many other Jewish cemeteries in Eastern Europe it was not demolished.
I am not sure if you are able to identify Mikhel tombstone, it must take some time and patients since only few tombstones have a family name on it. You have to know at least name, approx date of death , father's name etc.
I have to arrange my photo folder of Uzpaliai, if you want you could take a look on them. There are about 200 tombstones... i don't remember the exact number.

Added by nora on Jun 02, 2014 10:12 AM


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