The Salgotarjani Street cemetery in Budapest #hungary
I just found an interesting video on YouTube that present this "hidden" (closed off) cemetery.
The cemetary was operational mostly between 1865 and 1930 with a few later burials here and there. A lot of matzevot have the names, even the dates, appearing very clearly. I managed to put together a list of the names here, so if people will search for these names in the future they can become aware of this video.
BRODY Jozsef and WEISZBURG Fanni
FISCHER Bernat and WEISZBURG Roza
SURANYI Jozsef, Karoly and Bela
GUTTMAN Emil, Andor
Baro csepeli WEISZ Manfred and Edith
Is there any possibility that a translation could be made available of the n=
arration of the utube of the cemetery? I am searching for information on th=
e families of Adolph and Berta (Jacobovitz) Klein >from Sarkad. Adolph's par=
ents were Martin and Sophie, grandparents were Armand and Esther (Schwarz).=
He had sisters, one of whom had a daughter, Lily Prohaska, who survived th=
e war, and sent a telegram after liberation. We never found her.