Re: information from synagogues #general
Last year I contacted the Young Israel of Flatbush, asking if they hadtoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
records of memorial plaques. My maternal grand parents
Were members there for probably over 40 years, and I figured that there
was no way that they wouldn't have put up plaques in
Their parents memories. (Some of you may remember my request of an
e-mail address for the YI. This was the reason I
Was looking for it.) I had hoped to get their 4 parents (my great
grandparents) fathers names, as well as the dates of their
Deaths - both still unknown to me.
I was told that there are no written records. Someone was nice enough
to go and check the plaques, and I imagine there must
Be quite a few. The only plaque that he found was for my grandmother,
and I know both her father's name, as well as her
Date of death. Actually, the plaque was a day different than the date
that I had gotten >from my father. As the plaque was put up by my grand
father, I figure that it is probably the correct date, and have changed
I also inquired about a memorial to relatives, victims of the shoa, and
was told that they had nothing.
Dissapointed as I was, I still have the memories of davening there as a
child, with my grand father.
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Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 11:58 PM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: information >from synagogues
It seems to me that the records of our Synagogues, where we live the
landmarks of our lives, should contain a wealth of information. Since
notices are sent out for Yarzeit, I would think that the names of
parents, siblings, and others, many of whom died and have been lost to
memory in the old country, would be included.