Braamfontein Cemetery

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10 Archival description results for Braamfontein Cemetery

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Blieden Family, "Grave of Yochved Blieden"

Photograph of the grave of Yochved Blieden (nee Gittelson) (1857 -1924), wife of Julius (Yehuda) Blieden and daughter of Pesach and Feige Gittelson of Žagarė, Lithuania. Her children were Pesach Jacob Blieden, Helena Freda Blieden (nee Blieden), Max David Blieden, John Blieden, Rosa Blieden, Fanny Meyer (nee Blieden) and Nellie Lewis (nee Blieden). Rosa Blieden died as an infant in Žagarė, Lithuania. She was buried in the Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg.

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Kantor Family, "Kantor Family Leopold grave"

Photograph of the grave of Leopold Kantor (1866-1914), husband of Shaina (Jenny) Kantor (nee Rayvid). He was the son of Behr and Sarah Kantor (nee Liknaitsky) from Shavl (Siauliai) Lithuania. His wife was a cousin, and was the daughter of Berel and Musha Rayvid (nee Kantor) from Shavl (Siauliai) Lithuania. He is buried in Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg.

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Kantor Family, "Saltman Rose grave"

Photograph of the grave of Rose Saltman (1876-1945), wife of Harry Saltman. She was the youngest daughter of Vulf (Welve)and Faiga Kantor from Shavl (Siauliai) Lithuania. She is buried in the Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg.

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Meyer Family, "Leizer Wolf Meyer Photo"

Photograph of the grave of Leizer Wolf Meyer (1843-1910), husband of Roche Ziviah Meyer (nee Gardner). He was born in Yanishok, (Joniškis) Lithuania and was the son of Shlomo Zulman Meyer. His children were Judel Mehr, Sarah Zelda Beinashowitz (nee Meyer), Abraham Leopold (AL) Meyer and Isaac Meyer. He is buried in the Braamfontein cemetery, Johannesburg.

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Simson Family, "Grave of Joseph Simson"

Photograph of the grave of Joseph Simson (1883-1915). He was the son of Hyam Simson and Jane (Sheina) Simson (nee Hirshman) from Frauenburg Courland, Russian Empire (Saldus Latvia). He is buried in the Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg.

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Simson Family, "Grave of Max Kurlansky"

Photograph of the grave of Max Kurlansky (1854 -1917). He was the widower of Rachel Kurlansky and husband of Bessie Kurlansky (formerly Davis nee Braw). He and his wife Rachel were from Courland (Latvia). He was a blacksmith. They had 7 children, Nellie (Nechama) Goldberg (nee Kurlandsky), Annie Bayer (formerly Simson nee Kurlansky), Breine Brudofsk (nee Kurlansky), Philip Kurlansky, Alec Kurland, Abram Kurland and Leah Isaacs (nee Kurlansky). He is buried in the Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg.

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Simson Family, "Grave of Rachel Kurlansky"

Photograph of the grave of Rachel Kurlansky (1855-1913). She was the wife of Max Kurlansky. They were from Courland (Latvia). They had 7 children, Nellie (Nechama) Goldberg (nee Kurlandsky), Annie Bayer (formerly Simson nee Kurlansky), Breine Brudofsk (nee Kurlansky), Philip Kurlansky, Alec Kurland, Abram Kurland and Leah Isaacs (nee Kurlansky). She is buried in the Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg.

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Spanish flu, "Death certificate of Rowena Abrahams"

Photograph of the death certificate of Rowena Abrahams (nee Luxenberg) (1886-1918) who died at the age of 32 years from the Spanish Influenza. She was survived by her husband, Phillip Abrahams and three children, Sarah Fanny aged 9 years, Phyllis May aged 6 years and Alexander aged 3 years. Her brother Leonard Luxenberg (1893-1918) also died during 'Black October' and they are both buried in the Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg. Their parents were Samuel Luxenberg and Sarah Luxenberg. Source: South African Archives.

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Spanish flu, "Death certificate of death certificate of Leonard Luxenberg"

Photograph of the death certificate of Leonard Luxenberg (1893-1918), an electrician. His parents were Samuel Luxenberg and Sarah Luxenberg. He and his sister, Rowena Abrahams (nee Luxenberg) (1886-1918) both died during 'Black October' and they are buried in the Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg. Source: South African Archives

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