|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 http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/tombstones.html.
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|Howler||for the photos|
Of course your photos are helpful. Photos are such important resources for dates as well as relationships between people.
Thank you for the new photos.
All the best.
Added by Howler on Sep 13, 2014 12:12 AM
|Richard Boyer||RE: William P White at Uniondale|
Sorry, I don't remember back that far and I know I did not take a picture of William White's marker.
|Howler||for all the photos|
Thank you for all the photos you took. I have requested four more, but I don't know who are the ones you photographed. Do the already have memorials? If you have any for memorials that I did not yet request, tell me who they are and in which cemetery, and I will request them.
I really appreciate these photos.
All the best.
Added by Howler on Sep 10, 2014 3:34 PM
|James Seidelman||Anshei Sfard|
Elizabeth, email me, I did a new comp of the cemt entrance.
|Janis Datz||RE: Wasserman|
Thanks. Maybe another bessie datz.
|Matt Adlai-Gail||Thanks so much!|
Hi Elizabeth -
Thank you so very much for tracking down my great grandparents gravestone!! I got 2 for 1! It really means a lot to me and my family. If I can ever return the favor, please don't hesitate to ask!
Was it hard to find? Looks like a pretty jam-packed cemetery! Do you have relatives there?
It was a hunch to get this photographed. I so much appreciate your efforts. Several of my husband's Datz family ship manifests indicated going to their uncle David Wasserman who lived in Boston. We still cannot find the connection but it is good to know that we now have a headstone to get photographed. Not certain who his wife was and that might solve the puzzle. Maybe she was a Datz.
I want to thank you for the photo you took of the Wizansky stone. And I wish you all the best.
Added by Howler on Sep 04, 2014 5:37 AM
|danny swartz||thank you|
Thanks for taking a photo of great nana Bella Leitners grave
|LoveTrees||RE: Max Katz, Sarah Katz|
That's how I feel, too. I even looked to see if you had any requests in my part of the world. I do that when people take a photo for me. But I've taken lots of photos, many before I even started doing family memorials.
All the best to you, dear.
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