Can you help translate Hebrew on Gravestone? #translation


Tgrigoriades@...
 

This is my first post on the discussion board!  Happy to be here!  Could someone please help translate my great-grandmother's gravestone?  I am looking for clues!  Thank you SO much!



Tracy Grigoriades


Susan&David
 

Batya daughter of Tzvi Hersh
Died 2 Cheshvan 5720


David Rosen
Boston, MA




On 12/1/2021 5:25 PM, Tgrigoriades via groups.jewishgen.org wrote:
This is my first post on the discussion board!  Happy to be here!  Could someone please help translate my great-grandmother's gravestone?  I am looking for clues!  Thank you SO much!


Tracy Grigoriades
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Diane Jacobs
 

Batia bat Zvi Ares or Erash

Hope this helps.
Diane Jacobs


On Dec 1, 2021, at 5:36 PM, Tgrigoriades via groups.jewishgen.org <Tgrigoriades=Yahoo.com@...> wrote:

This is my first post on the discussion board!  Happy to be here!  Could someone please help translate my great-grandmother's gravestone?  I am looking for clues!  Thank you SO much!

<Bessie Blinger Gravestone.jpg>


Tracy Grigoriades

--
Diane Jacobs, Somerset, New Jersey


Dubin, David M. MD
 

Here lies
Batya/Basya daughter of Zvi Hersch
died 2 Marcheshvan (5)720

david dubin
teaneck New Jersey 


Malka
 

Good afternoon,

Here lies or here is buried (abbreviation on top)

Batya daughter of Zvi Hersh

Passed 2 Cheshvan 5704

Shalom,
Malka Chosnek

 

 

 

 


David Lewin
 

At 22:25 01/12/2021, Tgrigoriades via groups.jewishgen.org wrote:
This is my first post on the discussion board!  Happy to be here!  Could someone please help translate my great-grandmother's gravestone?  I am looking for clues!  Thank you SO much!

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Tracy Grigoriades



Welcome!

Here buried
Batyah daughter of Tzvi Hirsh died 2 Marcheshvan 5720   = 3 November 1959

The Hebrew name Batyah has a meaning = daughter of God
Tzvi                                                        = stag
Hirsch                                                    = stag inm German and in Yiddish

David Lewin
London

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