ViewMate tombstone translation request - Hebrew or possibly Lithuanian #translation

Anna Olswanger

I've posted two new images of tombstones that I'd like translated. I found the photographs of the tombstones among the papers of my cousin, a Holocaust survivor who died in 2019. He lived in Kovno and Garzdai, Lithuania. I'm wondering if my cousin took the photographs because the tombstones were for members of our family, either the Olschwanger family or Birman family.
Can anyone translate the tombstones:
I have attached two versions of each photograph. One is the original, and the other has added contrast that might aid in translating. 
Regarding the first photograph, I'm not sure which tombstone was important. Why didn't my cousin stand directly in front of the tombstone that he wanted to photograph?
I believe the second stone to be some sort of sign, but maybe it's a memorial. The writing on the stone may be Lithuanian.
Thanks very much.
Anna Olswanger
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