Assistance Needed to translate the Hebrew on Family Gravestones #translation


Schonfeld.family@...
 

I agree with Keith Osher Phillip's father was indeed Shmuel.
However R' is the equivalent for Mr.

Jacob Shayzaf 


kosher@...
 

The hands at the top of Philip's gravestone is a traditional symbol for someone descended from the priestly order (kohanim).
I read Philip's father's name quite differently as: reb Pinchas the son of reb Shmuel haCohen,  (Usually R. stands for Rabbi).  Shmuel is also more consistent with Philip's father's name which was Sam, as indicated on his death certificate.
There appear to be two nice photos of Anna and Philip at the top of their gravestones.  Perhaps someone in Cincinnati could photograph them close up.  (Love Brothers Cemetery is one of the older Cincinnati cemeteries.)
Keith Osher
Newton, MA, USA


David Shapiro
 

1) R. Pinchas son of R. Nesanal Hakohen. died 27 Shevat [5]700.
2) Chana daughter of R. Avrohom Hirsch. died 2 Teves [5]702.

David Shapiro
Jerusalem


Odeda Zlotnick
 


After you click on the findagrave image, you get the following screen.   Note the link on the bottom right which says "View original"
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When you click on that link, you get a pretty good image, that can be downloaded, and zooming into that image is still quite legible.  The link to the original image ends with a .jpg

I agree with the advice to post translation requests on ViewMate.





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Odeda Zlotnick
Jerusalem, Israel.


fredelfruhman
 

You can post them on ViewMate and, in your comments, include the link to the precise page on findagrave. 
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Fredel Fruhman
Brooklyn, New York, USA


Susan&David
 

They can be found on FindaGrave.com

David Rosen
Boston, MA

On 4/9/2021 11:32 AM, fredelfruhman wrote:
These photos seem to be very low-resolution.  They become pixelated when I zoom in on them.

Do you have higher-resolution versions?

Also:  why not post them on ViewMate, under "translation-tombstone".
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Fredel Fruhman
Brooklyn, New York, USA


Aimee Smythe
 

Fredel,
Thank you for the suggestion. I didn't know about ViewMate as I have just joined Jewishgen. I will check into how to post them on ViewMate. I took these photos from findagrave.com so I do not have access to higher resolution photos. Do you have any ideas how I might obtain higher resolution photos? 
Thank you,
Aimee Smythe


fredelfruhman
 

These photos seem to be very low-resolution.  They become pixelated when I zoom in on them.

Do you have higher-resolution versions?

Also:  why not post them on ViewMate, under "translation-tombstone".
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Fredel Fruhman
Brooklyn, New York, USA


Aimee Smythe
 

I am interested in getting your  help to  translate the Hebrew on these family gravestones . Ancestors  are thought to be from Lemberg, Austria emigrating to US in 1880s, buried in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Thank you,
Amelia Bartel Smythe
Tucson, Arizona