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A Gate at Mt. Hebron

A Gate at Mt. Lebanon

A Gate at Beth David

Albertson, Frances1999

Fine, Bert & Jules 1984 & 2000

Friedman, Charles1959

Friedman, Lillian1995

Greenwald, Morton1979

Levine, Sam1969

Levine, Sarah1962

Maltz, Zelda 1999

Old Brest-Litovsk Jewish Cemetery circa 1915

Pomerantz, ChanaRaisel 1933

Pomerantz, David

Pomerantz, David 1951

Pomerantz, Nathan & Paula 1962 & 1968

Sam (ben David) Pomerantz

Elsie Pomerantz, 1994

Lorraine Pomerantz, 1990

Pomeranz, Israel group stone 1

Pomeranz, Israel 1958

Pomeranz, Ida 1943

Pomeranz, Israel group stone 2

Pomeranz, Ruth 1976

Pomeranz, Samuel (ben Israel) 1985

Radisch group stone 1

Radisch group stone 2

Radisch, Abraham 1952

Radisch, Esther 1952

Radisch, Fannie & Morris 1987 & 1962

Radisch, Hy & Rose 1980 & 1981.jpg

Radisch, Jacob 1939

Radisch, Rebeccah 1930

Radisch, Stella & Michael 1996 & 1977

Rubin, Becky & David

Rubin, Tillie 1936

Safer, Isaac & Mollie 1948 & 1935

Safer, Jack & Minnie 1948 & 1989

Sokolsky, Lena 1930 (Rebecca Rubin's sister)

Udin, Frieda 1973

Weller-Fine Resting Place

Weller, Flora 7 Sam 1991 & 1997

Weller, Jacob 1944

Weller, Bessie 1972

Pruzhany Memorial Plaque

Your tombstone stands among the rest, neglected and alone;
The name and date are chiseled out on polished marble stone.
It reaches out to all who care ... to all those who did mourn.
You did not know that I exist, you died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you, in flesh, in blood, in bone;
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse entirely not our own.
Dear Ancestor, the place you filled one hundred years ago ...
spreads out among the ones you left who would have loved you so.
I wonder if you lived and loved, I wonder if you knew ...
that someday I would find this spot and come and visit you.

-- Author Unknown --