|Ray Cannata (#46894163)|
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Presbyterian pastor in New Orleans of (mostly) Russian-Jewish, Norwegian and French descent.|
Currently most into my family's::
1. Elizavetgrad, Ukraine Jews
Siebel (Siebelewky, Tsibulevsky)
Pober (Poberesky, Poberezsky)
Felnerov / Felzerow
2. Orla, Grodno, Lithuania/Belarus Jews
Kirzner (Kirsner, Kirschner)
3. New Orleans French
Author of the book KRE CONFIDENTIAL: INSIDE THE KREWE OF THE ROLLING ELVI (2015): http://www.amazon.com/KRE-Confidential-Inside-Krewe-Rolling/dp/1514864819/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
Author of the book ROOTED: http://www.amazon.com/Rooted-Apostles-Raymond-F-Cannata/dp/1937063925/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1384383753&sr=1-1&keywords=rooted
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|Ruth-Ellen Burack Flanagan||Julius Kaminsky|
Chevra Kadusha of Boston Cemetery
Chevra Kadusha of Chelsea Cemetery
Both of these say they are in Woburn. Julius' death certificate says Chevra Kadusa, Woburn.
So, he is not buried in Chevra Kadisha in Auburn.
|Mitch ||Molly Mazelsky|
Thanks so much for your reply and the additional information. I will check out Flickr. Since you also have relatives buried at Mokom, perhaps Molly's burial site is adjacent. The cemetery staff believed Molly and Morris Mazelsky were buried in sections 5 or 5A, but weren't sure. Would you be open to sharing the names of your relatives buried there and where they are located? I'm visiting NY now and it would be great if I could find Molly's site on this trip. Thanks for your help.
Added by Mitch on May 21, 2016 10:34 AM
|Mitch ||Molly Mazelsky - Mokom Sholom Cemetery|
Thank you for posting the information about Molly Mazelsky. I went to the cemetery yesterday, but I could not find the headstone. I would greatly appreciate it if you would let me know how you gathered this information and if you know the actual location of the headstone.
Molly was my great grandmother. Are you related to Molly?
Thank you for your assistance.
All the best,
Added by Mitch on May 19, 2016 10:35 AM
|Janice Baker||RE: Hyman Kaminsky|
thank you for your reply Ray,
our Kaminsky arrived in New York in 1881; and the family story is that he committed suicide in 1924; I have just ordered a death certificate from NY for "Hairman Kaminsky" hoping for some connecting information. I have posted the marriage license on ancestry.com for our kaminsky and you will find the spelling comical if you are interesting in giving it a look.
|Janice Baker||Hyman Kaminsky|
Hyman Kaminsky, Russia B 9/1871
Married Rebecca Shinberg in NY March 16 1897
Parents: S Haiman Kaminsky
Committed suicide early 1920's
He is the grandfather of my husband and I am wondering if any of this information connects with your data for Hyman Kaminsky find a grave posting?
I was wondering where you obtained the information on Isaac, his description etc. Also, I had heard that he was working on a ship from England, maybe as a captain?. Do you have any information on that? Anything on him or his daughter Viola or his parents would be great. Thanks a bunch.
Added by Shannon on Apr 23, 2016 4:16 PM
|Kushi||John Morris "Monroe" Hart|
May I ask from where you have the name John Morris "Monroe" Hart. The gravestone reads Morris Hart.
Elat on the Red Sea
elat42 (at) gmail (dot) com
Added by Kushi on Apr 08, 2016 3:01 AM
|DWV||RE: solomon bonoff|
I deleted the memorial. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by DWV on Jan 04, 2016 1:16 PM
|Moshe ||Helen Kaufer Kirschner|
I am a descendent of Helen Kaufer Kirschner, and I was wondering where you got some of the information about her family,. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your help in this matter
Added by Moshe on Dec 27, 2015 7:16 AM
|The Mentalist||RE: duplicate|
I deleted it, thanks for letting me know. (100029744)
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