I would be much interested in the actual text on the gravestone. Is it in Hebrew? How is the connection described exactly?
I found out about the connection of my family with the Dynover Rebbe by an obituary of her grandfather, where it said: "He was a grandson of the Dynover Rebbe". After many years of complicated research I found out that he was not a grandson, but a greatgreatgrandson! Things are even more complicated because one of the Dynover's granddaughters (my wife's ancestor) married the widower of her aunt (the Dynover's daughter). (see details on Moishe Miller's website: http://www.ics.uci.edu/~dan/genealogy/Miller/spira/uri.htm)
Daniel Teichman Zurich, Switzerland
Bertha Schwarz wrote:
I was in Israel and went to the cemetery to find my GreatGrandfather's
It says; R. Nechemia Weinberger the Son of R. Pessach Moshe Weinberger
Grandson of Bnei Yssochur >from Dynov.
I like to know who was his mother of Nechemia Weinberger. Nechemia
was born in Dynov in l863 and died in Bnei Berak Israel. in l960 .