|Michele ||RE: Thank you!|
No worries. Thanks for taking the time. Glad I could help.
Added by Michele on May 13, 2017 3:44 PM
|Michele ||RE: Thank you|
My pleasure. Glad I could help.
Added by Michele on Feb 19, 2017 7:57 PM
|Rich Bochniewicz||RE: Thank you!|
Please note that I added DOra & others to the cemetery listing as well.
Added by Rich Bochniewicz on Nov 30, 2016 10:22 AM
|Brad Clemens||RE: Thank you!|
It was a pleasure looking for and finally finding the family plot on the bright and beautiful day there in West Roxbury.
Added by Brad Clemens on Nov 15, 2016 4:19 AM
|MISTER H.||RE: Thank you!|
You are wellcome. By the way the rear was blank. Hope the quality is OK. I had a problem with reflection, very shinny.
Added by MISTER H. on Sep 16, 2016 6:59 PM
|Charles Zar||RE: Thank you!|
Same section as my Grandparents, so it was easy to find!
Added by Charles Zar on Sep 06, 2016 1:12 PM
|Charles Zar||Abolsky / Montefiore|
Also uploaded wife Leah, who is in the same section as Samuel.
Will get to Abraham later in the week.
Added by Charles Zar on Sep 06, 2016 1:10 PM
|Christine Kumar||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome. Best wishes in growing your family tree.
Added by Christine Kumar on Jun 09, 2016 10:23 PM
I went ahead and looked up the Dworski information both on NHJCDB and find a grave (NHJCDB unfortunately does not search maiden names). I think I found them all. It looks like you already requested most of them. I have a list and will take photos as soon as I can.
Added by Paul on May 31, 2016 1:52 PM
|Lynn||95717793 Bernard Dworski|
Bernard was born 9 Dec 1911 and died on 9 January 1987 in Boca Raton, FL.
Added by Lynn on Jan 17, 2016 1:33 PM
|Lynn||95717677 Maurice Dworski|
His parents were Beryl Dworski and Miriam Levatinsky. He was born 15 July 1883 in Raczki, Poland and died 27 Dec 1964 in Rochester, New York. He married Gertrude Miller in Hartford Connecticut on 12 Feb 1905. Gertrude was born in Raczki, Poland and died 8 November 1957 in Rochester, New York.
Added by Lynn on Jan 17, 2016 1:30 PM
Hi, Could you link Ruth to her parents Father - 157171472 and mother 157172598. Her info is Birthdate 29 June 1906 Hartford, Connecticut and 16 November 1982 Rochester, New York Her husbands info born 05 October 1905 died 03 January 1980 Rochester New York. They were married 3 July 1929 Rochester New York. Thank you, Lynn
Added by Lynn on Jan 17, 2016 1:21 PM
|IZ||RE: Thank you for photos|
I did tae photos of the other Kleins. I can send them to you or create memorials for them.
Added by IZ on Jul 14, 2014 1:12 PM
|IZ||RE: Thank you for photos|
My pleasure. There are other Kleins buried in the same section (Morris, Max, Hersch and two Jennies). Could they be relatives of yours?
Added by IZ on Jul 08, 2014 12:13 PM
I just left a photo for your relative. I have other photos of the headstone and area if you are interested. It is a very nice small cemetery in a green area of Zurich,
Added by Karen on Oct 13, 2013 11:03 AM
|Ray O||RE: Thank you!|
You're very welcome.
Added by Ray O on Jan 27, 2013 11:52 PM
|earthandsky1||RE: Molmed/Diener in Cedar Park|
I'm glad I could help. --Julie
Added by earthandsky1 on Aug 27, 2012 11:55 AM
|earthandsky1||Molmed/Diener in Cedar Park|
Hello, I just fulfilled your photo requests for Harry and Lena Diener and Nathaniel Diner. You asked for photos of all the headstones in the Molmed/Diener plot but these were the only ones. Take care, Julie.
Added by earthandsky1 on Aug 26, 2012 2:16 PM
|Tiffany T.||RE: Thank you!|
Any time! That cemetery was difficult!!! I am so used to the National Cemetery! Thank you for bringing me into a place I haven't really spent that much time in. If you need anything else let me know!
Added by Tiffany T. on Aug 21, 2012 11:35 AM
The 1st part of my response was held for review by find-a-grave, per message from Find A Grave it should show up for you in about 24 hours (I guess it was too long, and therefore, suspicious). My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org me, and I will forward you the answers to your questions. And I will forward Mayer's email address.
Added by Jennifer on Jul 07, 2012 7:18 PM
|Jennifer||RE: HORN family|
Lillian also never left home, although she married. She and her husband, Julius Johnson (along with their son Jerome) lived with (and cared for) Betsy until she died. Lillian "took possession" of all the family photos, etc. per Mayer. Jerome and his wife, Dorothy had a son, Bruce, but Mayer doesn't know where he is now. Jenny and May also had children who may have had photos of the Horn Family, but he has lost touch with them as well. Mayer is the youngest child (and the last living child) of Fannie.
Lastly, Nathan returned to Europe every summer for pleasure. He took the family on European tours, and was also very fond of Cuba. As far as Mayer knows they did not ever return to Nathan or Betsy's birthplace, and if he was in touch with any family members it was never mentioned.
Nathan and Betsy were very proud of being Americans, and life prior to America was not discussed. In fact, Mayer never thought much about it until I started interrogating him. :)
Presumably any Horns (or whatever the Polish version of the name was) perished in the Holocaust.
Added by Jennifer on Jul 07, 2012 7:13 PM
|Jennifer||RE: HORN family|
I do not know the name of the town where Nathan Horn was born. My father-in-law, Nathan's grandson (Mayer)cannot remember, and in the census it was always recorded as Lypno, Russia. He knows it was in Poland (now).
I recently learned more about Betsy's family from this web link I found: http://www.morningsonmaplestreet.com/elimarks2.html-- The Horns' don't look too good in the story, but it had interesting information about Betsy's (Pessa's) family, and I was finally able to learn her maiden name (Bronovnitz); Mayer had always thought it was Belle, but that didn't seem very Polish--Russian--Jewish to me. Although it does seem to be the maiden/middle name she used in America, rather than the translation (Brown) as her mother and brother, Morris did after they immigrated.
The Horns were wealthy, Nathan owned a number of properties in DC, and had a thriving (tailor) business. They had a chauffeur, etc. as cited in the story, and of course, as a tailor I'm sure his daughters were well dressed. However, considering that Nathan employed his son and sons-in-law in his shop, and his daughter Lillian (with her husband and son) continued to live with her parents until her mother died; it is hard to believe that he and Betsy would have encouraged Rachel to abort her youngest child, or tried to profit from her hardship.
I hope this is helpful.
Added by Jennifer on Jul 03, 2012 7:20 PM
Thanks for your kind words. Please do not hesitate to request photos. Once I'm there, it's just as easy to me to find 6 people as it is one. I put them all into a spreadsheet and go from block to block. Only way to manage a cemetery of 200,000 people!
Added by Dyane on Jun 12, 2012 9:32 AM
|Ruth Filbert||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome - I was happy to do it. So many people have helped me - I want pay it forward.
Added by Ruth Filbert on Jun 11, 2012 8:35 PM
I added a photo for Rose Agatstein, Find A Grave Memorial# 77311612. Not sure if you are interested in this one or not. I'll have to go back to find Max. I think I just saw the last name and went for it!
Added by Dyane on Jun 11, 2012 5:29 PM