The area that the Brothers of Joseph cemetery is in is confusing. There are two distinct sections. Between those sections are portions of two other cemeteries.
I will get the photos of the other Goldbergs this week.
Added by Carln88 on Apr 12, 2014 11:38 AM
|Carln88||Louis and Esther Goldberg|
I located the grave stone for this couple. You have it located in Brothers of Joseph Cemetery. It is actually in the section that is the Norwich Hebrew Benevolent Association Cemetery #2.
Added by Carln88 on Apr 11, 2014 7:04 PM
|Linda ~ In Loving Memory Of My Son ~ Harold||Your Welcome!|
|David Rau||Doryce Jane HUMBERT Kissling|
Only one reply is needed!
|Margaret Gunn||Arthur Chrisman 14546451|
Hi, The information has been added and he is now connected to his parents.
|Carole K.||RE: F. Damon|
you are very welcome, glad to do it.
|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||RE: Andrus|
You're very welcome!!
|Denise McQuiston||RE: Andrus|
Thank you! Glad you're enjoying them. It's always nice to add a face and info if available. I treasure my old family photographs.
|kjvaughn||RE: Henry H. Kline|
Death records weren't kept in Nebraska that early, but I did find an obituary for him. Unfortunately, it doesn't list his parents, although it gives quite a bit of other information. I have scanned it and will email it to you if you would like.
Added by kjvaughn on Nov 13, 2013 5:23 AM
|C. Bryan||RE: Elizabeth Wood|
It is a little odd they are in different rows and offset like that. I want to say I planned to find her but it isn't so - I discovered her from looking for a place to set my gear. The dates matched - then I recalled your asking about a wife. Bingo! Duh! Worked out; all's well. Best - cb.
Added by C. Bryan on Oct 19, 2013 6:40 PM
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