Photo request- Los Angeles, CA


binyaminkerman@...
 

Hi everyone,
I have recently found the burial location of my gg uncle and aunt in the Mount Sinai Memorial Park cemetery in Los Angeles, CA. The cemetery gave me the plot information but I don't have a picture or knowledge of the inscription on their gravestones. This could potentially be very helpful in my genealogical research.
If anyone is in the area and is able to take a picture for me that would be very much appreciated. Please contact me first to avoid multiple people troubling themselves unnecessarily. 
Here are the locations and I am attaching a map as provided by the cemetery. 
Carl LIBERMAN is:   Los Angeles – Moses – Map 21 – Lot 4848 – Space 2
Taube LIBERMAN is:   Los Angeles – Moses – Map 21 – Lot 4848 – Space 1

Thank you in advance for your assistance.
Binyamin Kerman
Baltimore MD


Barbara Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

Are you aware that they are both listed on Find A Grave?  Why not request photos through them as well.  

Barbara Mannlein
Tucson, AZ

On Jan 6, 2020, at 10:22 AM, btkerman via Groups.Jewishgen.Org <btkerman=yahoo.com@...> wrote:

Hi everyone,
I have recently found the burial location of my gg uncle and aunt in the Mount Sinai Memorial Park cemetery in Los Angeles, CA. The cemetery gave me the plot information but I don't have a picture or knowledge of the inscription on their gravestones. This could potentially be very helpful in my genealogical research.
If anyone is in the area and is able to take a picture for me that would be very much appreciated. Please contact me first to avoid multiple people troubling themselves unnecessarily. 
Here are the locations and I am attaching a map as provided by the cemetery. 
Carl LIBERMAN is:   Los Angeles – Moses – Map 21 – Lot 4848 – Space 2
Taube LIBERMAN is:   Los Angeles – Moses – Map 21 – Lot 4848 – Space 1

Thank you in advance for your assistance.
Binyamin Kerman
Baltimore MD

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binyaminkerman@...
 

Hi Barbara,
Thanks for the suggestion. It was actually me that added them to Find a Grave yesterday, and I did request photos there but I don't really have much knowledge of their website and how likely people are to respond there.


Sarah L Meyer
 

I have requested many photos through Find A Grave and a lot depends on which volunteer picks up the request.  Try it there first and if you don't get a response in say a month, then repost here.   I have gotten some really good photos and other times the gravestones are too old or worn to be of help (mostly this has been my husband's family).  But I have also requested some for my family as well.


Hilary Henkin
 

If you haven't gotten the pics by next weekend, I could go.  (My mom and several relatives are there, I could visit --.)

Just so you know, the gravestones tend to be flat and level with the ground except in special sections.  They tend to not have as much info as older cemeteries.

Hilary

On 1/6/2020 9:22 AM, btkerman via Groups.Jewishgen.Org wrote:
Hi everyone,
I have recently found the burial location of my gg uncle and aunt in the Mount Sinai Memorial Park cemetery in Los Angeles, CA. The cemetery gave me the plot information but I don't have a picture or knowledge of the inscription on their gravestones. This could potentially be very helpful in my genealogical research.
If anyone is in the area and is able to take a picture for me that would be very much appreciated. Please contact me first to avoid multiple people troubling themselves unnecessarily. 
Here are the locations and I am attaching a map as provided by the cemetery. 
Carl LIBERMAN is:   Los Angeles – Moses – Map 21 – Lot 4848 – Space 2
Taube LIBERMAN is:   Los Angeles – Moses – Map 21 – Lot 4848 – Space 1

Thank you in advance for your assistance.
Binyamin Kerman
Baltimore MD

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Laurie Sosna
 

I have 9 family members at Mt. Sinai, only 3 of the headstones include Hebrew inscriptions.
My mother's parents are two, I suspect Mom insisted on it when the headstones were made.
The third is my Mom, I insisted on having the Hebrew inscription include both her parents names.
The last time I visited (I live in San Francisco) I noticed as I looked around, most of the headstones don't either.

Laurie Sosna
San Francisco, CA