|Alycia K (#48136266)|
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I'm going to be a bit scarce going forward, necessity being the mother of action, never mind invention. Anyway, I'll be working a bit more than before so that means less time to take pics. :-( I'll still keep up, but not at my usual pace.|
***Absolutely feel free to post the pics I take wherever you wish. I do this for you. ****
General: I stay in the "burbs" in New Haven County, and some Fairfield County. Please note: Bridgeport cemeteries located at or south of Route 1 (Boston Post Road)are simply too dangerous. Too many questionable characters. I do like the challenge of an older stone, so if it's there I will do all I can to find it.
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|Mark London||Kleinbergs in New Haven.|
Thanks very much for the photographs! Much appreciated.
Thanks a lot for the pictures and for the additional information.
Added by Igor Sch on Oct 01, 2014 11:37 AM
|LSP||Pagters and Greenbaums|
THANKS SO MUCH for ALL the photos of their graves. I've waited a long, long time.
Most appreciated, :*)
Added by LSP on Oct 01, 2014 10:23 AM
Thanks for the great photos! You do nice work.
Added by DWV on Sep 29, 2014 10:39 AM
|Jeff Kontoff||Harry Kaplan|
Alycia, thanks for the photo. Was there a Hebrew inscription on the back?
|Richard Lukmin||Arthur Salinger|
Thank you so much for photographing Arthur Salinger's marker. The photo is beautiful. I greatly appreciate your effort.
|Todd Groce||Meyer Lipsher|
Thank you for taking a photo of Meyer Lipsher's stone so quickly.
|Brian Neil Burg||Vera Malakoff|
Thank you, Alycia, for photographing Vera's tombstone. It has given us insight into her Yiddish name. I had actually forgotten that I had made the request, so I received a very pleasant surprise when Find-a-Grave emailed me about the photo. I really appreciate it!
|Lisa B||John Goldhamer|
Wow, thanks for putting the photo of the grave of John Goldhamer online so fast! I really appreciate you taking the time to fulfill my requests. If there is any way I can help you with photos in my area (Queens, NY or Long Island), let me know.
Added by Lisa B on Sep 27, 2014 11:03 AM
|Lisa B||RE: Goldhammer|
I really appreciate the photo of the grave of Karl Goldhammer. It seems to be in great condition for one that was erected in the 1930's. I see you also took a photo of the stone of Max, who was Karl's brother. Thanks for that one, too. Another brother, John (and his wife Rose) are also interred in this cemetery, but he died much later in 1974.
Their father, Isaac Leib was buried under the name “Isaac Louis Goldhammer” in the Independent CT Lodge III section of United Israel Cemetery in New Haven, Connecticut. I don't know what kind of condition this section of the cemetery is in, or even if it is marked, but was this the information you had as to the location of his grave? He was buried next to his wife, Leah.
Thank you again for taking the time to photograph the graves of my relatives.
I also wish you a very happy New Year, 5775.
Lisa Glowatz Bracco
Added by Lisa B on Sep 27, 2014 10:35 AM
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