Jaroslaw Poland cemetery photographs #poland #photographs


Mark A. Roseman <rosemanlawoffice@...>
 

Request person to take photos of tombstones there of  Indianer tombstones. 
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Mark Roseman


Simon Srebrny
 

That's a very abrupt request! And it's not easy to fulfil. I tried to visit that cemetery two years ago. Access is through private property, where there was a barking dog. There is no public path to a proper cemetery gate, as far as I could tell.
I read somewhere that at some point somebody was doing or wanted to do an inventory of the gravestones. Does anybody out there know more? My ZUCKER family must be represented at the cemetery too.
Simon Srebrny


Todd Brody
 

When we went to Jaroslaw, we were able to go to the cemetery to see the ohel of my ancestor R. Shimon of Yaroslav.  There is a fenced pathway next to the house with the barking dog.  (That dog is actually pretty scary).  But you really need to know where you are going.  It is not an easy cemetery to find.  I've never seen a list of the matzevot and many of them have fallen.  Some of the matzevot are huge and cannot be lifted.   
 
Todd Brody
 
(Grosser, Lamm -- Przemysl, Jaroslaw, Sieniawa, Rzeszow)


Mark A. Roseman <rosemanlawoffice@...>
 

Any coonection to INDIANER, my family from Jaroslaw? Who can we get to invntory stones?-
Mark Roseman