Rose Hill Cemetery (Commerce City, Colo.)
Found in B002.01.0100.0113.00006
Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter on JCRS letterhead from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Miss Caroline Hasselberg in W. Hoboken, New Jersey informs that Caroline Hasselberg's brother, Felix Hasselberg, was admitted to the JCRS Sanatorium on May 9th as an emergency case and that he died on the following day. Informs that Felix Hasselberg was buried by the United Hebrew Cemetery Association at the Rose Hill Cemetery and that among his effects JCRS found a money order for $20.00 sent by Caroline Hasselberg. Spivak...
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mrs. C. Zinerman [Mrs. C. Zineman] in Baltimore, Maryland replies to Zineman's previous letter to inform that Zineman's son, Israel Zineman, who was admitted to the JCRS Sanatorium on April 23, 1909 has died on September 26, 1909. Spivak reports that he had informed Zineman's wife, Mrs. E. Zineman but that JCRS has not received any reply from the woman. Informs that there is a bill for Zineman's funeral expenses amounting to $31.50 from the...
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mrs. F. Vendig in Brooklyn, New York, informs that Fanny Vendig's son, Alex Vendig, has passed away at the JCRS Sanatorium. Spivak informs that Alex Vendig died peacefully and without any struggle or pain. Spivak has enclosed a bill for burial expenses at the Rose Hill Cemetery totalling $31.50. Among Akex Vendig's effects left after his death was $3.99 in cahs, a watch, and cuff buttons. Spivak requests that Mrs. F. Vendig advise what...
Overview Handwritten letter on Mannheimer-Hahn Mfg. Co. letterhead from Fannie Vendig in New York to Mr. Oppenheimer, secretary of Mannheimer-Hahn Mfg. Co. in New York, New York, asks Oppenheimer to attend to the matter of getting a head stone for her brother, Alex Vendig. Informs that Fannie's late brother Alex is buried at Rose Hill Cemetery in Colorado and she would like to have a plain head stone made marked with his name, date of birth, and date of death. Fannie Vendig expresses her appreciation to...
Overview Typed letter from Israel Friedman in Denver, Colorado to Mrs. Karzen in South Haven, Michigan informs that Friedman talked to Cantor Aaron Turner regarding Mrs. Karzen's interest in the grave of Joe Siegman. Friedman informs that according to JCRS records a man by the name of Joe Siegman died at the sanatorium on July 5, 1909 at the age of 40. Informs that Siegman came from Chicago, Illinois, was married and had four children. Friedman informs that records of the Rose Hill Cemetery in Denver...
Overview Typed letter from Morris Maimon in Denver, Colorado to Mr. Isadore Gordon in Detroit Michigan replies to a letter from Isadore Gordon of May 8th. Maimon informs that records indicate Isadore Gordon's father, Mr. David Gordon, was a patient in 1909 at the hospital of JCRS. Informs that his father died at the hospital and was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery at 6841 East 62nd Avenue in Denver, Colorado. Maimon informs that David Gordon is buried at block 103, No. 4 at Rose Hill. Letter is unsigned...
Overview Typed letter to "Mrs. Sophia Stoller...Bronx, [NY]" from Dr. Spivak dated "Feb. 10. 1909." The letter regrettably informs S. Stoller that her husband I. Stoller died on Feb. 6th 1909. Spivak also questions the accuracy of S. Stoller's address, saying that JCRS tried to reach her as for burial instructions but was unsuccessful;and thus, I. Stoller will be buried in the Rose Hill Cemetery. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Overview Handwritten note on a bill from the Rose Hill Cemetery in Denver, Colorado, to the JCRS. It is a note that states Esther Berman was buried by her husband in the Golden Hill Cemetery. Letter is unsigned.
Overview Rose Stuhlbarg details Jewish life on the West Side of Denver, Colo. She also talks about her parents who emigrated from Russia. Her father practiced folk-medicine and her mother was a midwife. She mentions the Yiddish theater in Denver. She discusses her life after her first husband died, and the Depression years in Denver. Her first husband was murdered while on the Denver Police Force in 1919.
Overview Receipt filled out in pencil from the Rose Hill Cemetery in Denver, Colorado to the JCRS in Denver, Colorado regarding the expenses of the burial of Ben Belovksy. Reports that Belovsky is buried in Block 105, No. 5 and reports cost of hearse as $3.00, grave $15.00, digging $3.00, coffin (undertaker) $5.50, Bal Misaskim $2.00, Tachrichem $3.00, for a total of $31.50.