Re: [Cz-L]Location of graves as given on the captions to the photographs in my Picasa web album "CzernowitzASFWorkCamp2014"

From: Miriam Taylor <>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2014 06:44:02 -0400
Reply-To: Miriam Taylor <>

When I wrote that the old gravestones may have been "discarded",
I meant thrown away. Yesterday I received Email from two members
of our list, who had new gravestones made for the graves of relatives
and now find that the old stone had been recently photographed
in a different location from the one in which it originally was.
Yes, it seems as if sometimes there can be found two gravestones
for the same person.

On Jul 18, 2014, at 4:19 AM, HARDY BREIER wrote:

> Mimi , when you say discarded do you mean obliterated ?
> then we have only one stone .
> If it was erected ,we have two.
> " The double gravestone mystery"
> Hardy
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Miriam Taylor"
> <>
> Sent: Friday, July 18, 2014 7:10 AM
> Subject: [Cz-L]Location of graves as given on the captions to the
> photographs in my Picasa web album "CzernowitzASFWorkCamp2014"
>> In my Picasa web album "CzernowitzASFWorkCamp2014",
>> where the captions under a photograph notes the area of the cemetery
>> in which the grave is located, this information is taken from the
>> records
>> of JewishGen Online Worlwide Burial Registry. It is therefore
>> possible
>> that if the records of JewishGen are incorrect, the locations I
>> mention
>> in the captions are also incorrect.
>> Furthermore: the locations of the graves as given by JewishGen
>> were noted
>> about 10 years ago. If any of you had new gravestones made for a
>> given
>> grave, it is possible that the mason placed the new stone in a
>> different
>> location and it is also possible that he discarded the old stone
>> in a nearby
>> area, so that now there are two stones for the same person, each one
>> in a different location
>> Mimi
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