Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Levi and Henry Hyman's tombstone in the Jewish Cemetery in Leadville, Colorado. The tombstone says: "[Hebrew writing] Levi Hyman, 1825 - 1896, [Hebrew writing] Henry Hyman, 1885 - 1904."
Overview Hanna and Herman Oliner's tombstones in the Jewish Cemetery in Leadville, Colorado. The tombstones say: "[Hebrew writing] Hanna Oliner, 1849 - 1916, [Hebrew writing] Herman Oliner, 1858 - [illegible]."
Overview Infant and Abraham Cooperman's tombstone's in the Jewish Cemetery in Leadville, Colorado. The tombstones say: "Infant., Died, Oct. 27. 1899." and "Abraham Cooperman., Died, Sept. 23. 1902., Aged 41 yrs."
Overview Collection contains burial records from Jewish cemeteries in Colorado. The Old Capitol Hill Cemetery, Rose Hill Cemetery, Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Golden Hill Cemetery, and Fairmount Cemetery from 1871 through 1921 are including in the collection. Records include (if known) names, place of birth, birthdate, age, marital status, cause of death, and date of death.
Overview Two grave sites at an unidentified Leadville, Colorado Cemetery. The inscriptions on the headstones are a mix of Hebrew and English. These gravestones are for Anna Oliner, 1848-1916, and Herman Oliner, 1850-1911.
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to Rev. L. Cantor. Spivak informed Cantor that Mrs. Greenberg’s claim is inaccurate because on October 12th, 1915 JCRS sent Mrs. Greenberg a photo of the monument that was erected on Catherine Queen’ s grave. He also stated that Mrs. Greenberg did not send him $150.00 for the monument, but only sent $75.00 and then another $6.50 was sent later. Spivak told Cantor that Queen died in October 1911 and the monument was erected in October 1915. It seemed to Spivak that...