|Elizabeth H (#47578300)|
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Live in Eastern Mass. Looking for gravestones from places as varied as New England, New York, Pittsburgh, PA, New Jersey, Ohio, Louisville and Glasgow, KY.|
My two family history blogs can be found at From Maine to Kentucky and A Jewish Genealogy Journey.
I enjoy photographing tombstones in Jewish cemeteries. For help in reading Hebrew, I suggest JewishGen's Reading Hebrew Tombstones at JewishGen.org.
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|Amy Martyn||RE: Ida Cohen in Moses Mendelsohn|
Louis and Tillie Benson were my great grandparents. They are buried in West Roxbury, and so were Ida and Isaac Cohen (Tillie's parents). Feel free to message me directly! email@example.com
Amy (Benson) Martyn
|Heidi Crupe||Thank you!|
Elizabeth, I just want to thank you for including the helpful information regarding Reading Hebrew Tombstones. I took a lot of pictures in one Jewish cemetery and this will be very helpful. Heidi
Thank you for taking a picture of the Gray/Kana tombstones! I really appreciate your help.
|Ariela Aharon||Pittsburgh, PA|
I noticed that youre looking for graves in Pittsburgh! My family lives there and I can ask them to photograph specific graves if youd like!
|Ariela Aharon||RE: Jacob Friedman in Beth El Cemetery|
Thank you very much!
I am looking for a Rose Heller, but that date seems off.
Thank you for the Shafran photo. At some point I'll call Levine Chapel to see where his wife is buried.
I haven't seen you at JGSGB recently.
Added by Roberta on Apr 14, 2017 7:10 PM
|Roberta||RE: Betty Florence Yellin Shafran Greenman|
Perhaps she is buried with her 2nd husband.
If you have a picture for the marker(s) of Selma and Harry, you should create a memorial for them.
Thank you for your efforts and time,
Added by Roberta on Apr 14, 2017 6:35 PM
Thank you for the photo.
|Ruth-Ellen Burack Flanagan||Eva Caplin|
Thanks for getting the photo so quickly.
|Julie Cohen||Max Cohen - Thank You|
Dear Elizabeth -
I cannot begin to thank you enough for finding my Great Grandfather's grave. I am so sorry it took so long for me to even learn that you took the photo.
Again, I am truly grateful to you.
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