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Opps. . . Your photo is of Harry Jr. My previous remarks refer to Harry's parents - Harry and Wilma Vetsburg Simon. Miriam was the sister of Harry Sr.
I noticed your comment on the photo of Harry Simon calling him "Uncle Harry." I am working on the Simon family. My son-in-law's great-grandmother Miriam Simon Saul was Harry's sister. She married Fred Saul. Their daughter Carolyn has memories of visiting Harry and Wilma's home. I would love to share information about the Simon family.
The poem is commonly used on soldiers memorials, so, of course you can freely use it too.
Added by RoxღEd on Aug 14, 2014 12:22 AM
|Brent Stevens||Max Knoch|
Thanks for adjusting the photo.
I have documented the entire OLD SECTION of the cemetery....751 graves.
|Linda Lee Holmes||Bertha Engel|
I notice you have posted a photo of Berths taken at a family party. Is there any chance you would have photos of either of her sisters, Dora and Rose? Thank you.
|Jenny Edwards||RE: Cpl Joseph Parisi Jr|
Sorry about the delay
|Nikita Barlow||Clarence Derwent|
Thanks so much for your message! I'd thought that contacting AEA would prove worthwhile, and really appreciate your kindness in letting me know that it was. Thanks for the link, too, as my old copies of Equity News are long gone.
Memorials transferred. I;ve been out of town last week. sorry for the delay!
|Diane Reich||David & Rica Beermann|
I just added memorials for David & Rica Beerman. They are buried in the same plot as Adolf & family. Ancestry has funeral record for David which lists him as a brother to Adolf, Joseph, Freda, Ida & Bertha Cramer. I am not related. If you would like me to transfer memorials, just let me know.
|Nikita Barlow||Elfrida Derwent|
I've learned that Elfrida & Clarence Derwent were not husband and wife, but siblings. Elfrida, who was a few years older than Clarence, was also in theatre, and had appeared on the London stage before immigrating to the US after World War I. She made her Broadway debut in 1925, and like her brother, played character roles. They were very close and frequent professional collaborators. When Clarence founded what has come to be known as the Derwent Awards, his philanthropy was a secret shared only with his lawyer and Elfrida.
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