(Desperately hoping someone, anyone, will create a new website called FIND AN OBIT. This is not the place for adding someone who passed away yesterday especially when often there's no cemetery or disposition even mentioned. Many times family would like to add their own loved ones & resent having to wait for a transfer, if they even receive one. Hats off to those Find A Gravers who dig out the old obituaries & add them to memorials. That's what makes this site so helpful for genealogy purposes. Adding this week's death total is just morbid & ghoulish, especially when three people add the same person on the same day. Who was first? Numbers shouldn't be the goal here! Just my opinion)
My interests are genealogy & history, especially military history~God Bless our veterans & active duty servicemen & women!
I really enjoy visiting cemeteries searching for ancestors & always try to take some other grave photos while there. It's fascinating to read some of the older inscriptions & see the style & design that went into the older monuments.
Find A Grave is the best site on the web & has helped me a lot. It's enabled me to find family members who moved away years ago & some that I thought I'd never find.
We've all lost loved ones, wonderful people we'll never forget. This site gives us an opportunity to remember them with photographs, obituaries, family stories & monument photos. It's always a great feeling when someone finds a family member that they'd been unable to locate. I'm sure that's what makes this site so very popular!
I'm always happy to transfer family members or make corrections or additions! I'll gladly remove a memorial, also, if requested. Feel free to use any of the memorial photos I've posted for your family tree, Ancestry.com, etc.!
RE: Manuel Grossman Shombre Shabos is not behind Rogers Ave. but further to the right as you walk in. I don't believe the Shombre Shabos members should be moved to a subset of Anshe Sphard but pulled out as a separate entity and the Congregation's name included under the names on the Hebrew Mt. Carmel page. Who do I contact about that? There is one other congregation that is missing from the main page. Also, I may still have my spreadsheet of Shombre Shabos burials and would be happy to send you a copy.
RE: Manuel Grossman Yes, this is confusing. What it all boils down to is Shombre Shabos is a separate congregational section that has been left off the congregational lists that are found on the Hebrew Mount Carmel Cemetery page. This section is bounded on one side by Kneseth Israel Anshe Kolk Wolyn, German Hill Road on the front, and homes on a third side. I don't recall the 4th boundary at the moment. I participated in a survey of the cemetery a few years ago. There are 7 rows of graves.