Beth David Cemetery in Elmont, NY #usa #photographs


Rebecca Parmet
 

Good morning.

Is anyone going to be at Beth David Cemetery in Elmont, NY in the near future?  I need a handful of gravestones that need to be photographed.  They are all in the same family plot.

I already contacted someone thru Find A Grave who was there 2 days ago and doesn't plan on going back for a while.

Thanks,

Rebecca Parmet


sea1958wa@...
 

If someone does go, i can add a couple names, and put a check in the mail (hope $20 is enough for your time) for them after photo's are taken and sent. Just send address to send it to. 

Names: 

Ruebin and Florence Fiedler, map is attached for location.

Brian Westerman, sea1958wa@...


A. E. Jordan
 

Did anyone offer? Or I might be able to do it on Sunday.

Allan Jordan




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If someone does go, i can add a couple names, and put a check in the mail (hope $20 is enough for your time) for them after photo's are taken and sent. Just send address to send it to. 
Names: 
Ruebin and Florence Fiedler, map is attached for location.
Brian Westerman, sea1958wa@...


Steven Lasky
 

I have photographed more than 100 society plots at Beth David. Perhaps if you can tell me what society plot your people are buried in, and their names, I can check to see if I have info on them.

Steve Lasky

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sea1958wa@...
 

Steve, or whomever can go,
My paternal grandparent are buried as follows:
Florence & Ruebin Fiedler in B Block 5, society: Young Friends Faternal"  on the corner of Emanuel & Harrison.
Any question BRIAN K. WESTERMAN, 206-450-0710

Thank you in advance for any assistance. 

Brian Westerman


Lynn Caporale
 

If someone does go to Beth David with a camera, I have one additional suggestion,

I was there on a quiet weekday, visiting my beloved Grandparents, few other people there, a large silent expanse of graves.

It led me to reflect on the millions of Jews who came here in the years from 1880-1924 bringing their hard work and devotion to family and our communities, enriching our worlds, (In 1924 the Reed-Johnson Act --named for the Republican Congressman and Senator whose bill imposed strict quotas on immigrants from Eastern and Southern Europe —trapped millions in Europe in time for the Holocaust),

So many of these good and courageous people, inspired refugees escaping pogroms and other horrific treatment, who came to the “Golden Land”, now lie there, quietly,

I was thinking perhaps a photograph of that vast expanse of graves would be meaningful,

Lynn Caporale


michele shari
 

Did you call the office? For a lot of cemeteries if there is eternal care paid for they will do it for free. Others will do it for a charge of $10-15/grave. I have gotten family grave pictures for free from Beth David as there was eternal care and while he was doing the 2 graves he photographed the one nearby for free that didn't have eternal care. They were really nice.
Michele Farkas
Boynton Beach, FL

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ajsnj@...
 

Hi Steve, Are my relatives on your list?  I would also pay $20 for a photo.  
Beth David Cemetery
Elmont, Nassau County, New York, USA
Plot: Section F, Block 7, Row 3
Interment: 1928-04-16
Helen Babitz · 1926–1928
Father: Max Babitz
Mother: Miriam Ginsberg 
Congregation Chai Odem Anshei Minsk

A Dalova Solomon