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Siaulenai, Lithuania

(Other Names: Shavlan, Shavlyan, Shavlyany, Siauleny, Shyaulenay, Savlan, Shavlian, Sialenai or Szawlany)

 
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Cemetery Photographs (Gravestones):
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The Jewish Cemetery, 1996
  Jewish cemetery with toppled headstones
                          and underbrush, 1996 Cemetery
                          Headstone 3, 1996

The Jewish Cemetery, 1996.  Courtesy of Eunice E. Blecker

Jewish cemetery with toppled headstones and underbrush, 1996.  Courtesy of Eunice E. Blecker Cemetery Headstone 1, 1996.
Courtesy of Eunice E. Blecker
Cemetery Headstone 2, 1996.  Courtesy of Eunice E. Blecker Cemetery Headstone 3, 1996.  Courtesy of Eunice E. Blecker
Cemetery Headstone 6 Closeup, 1996 Cemetery
                          Headstone 6, 1996 Cemetery
                          Headstone 7, 1996 Cemetery Headstones 4 and 5, 1996 Dedication Monument at Cemetery, 1996
Cemetery Headstone 6 Closeup, 1996.  Courtesy of Eunice E. Blecker Cemetery Headstone 6, 1996.  Courtesy of Eunice E. Blecker Cemetery Headstone 7, 1996.
Courtesy of Eunice E. Blecker
Cemetery Headstones 4 and 5, 1996.  Courtesy of Eunice E. Blecker Dedication Monument at Cemetery, 1996. 
The Old Jewish Cemetery     May the Memory of the Dead Be Hallowed
Courtesy of Eunice E. Blecker
 Photo
                            1995

Photo 1995

   

Here Lies Buried
A respected man Menachem Mendel son of Sha'ul Ziskind
Died on the 19th of Heshvan, 5668
October 27, 1907
May His Soul Be Bound Up in the Bundle of Life

Mendel Ginzburg's Gravestone, 1995.  Courtesy of Professor Naomi Baumslag MD MPH Rifka Ginzburg and daughters at Mendel Ginzburg's grave
(circa 1908).
Courtesy of Professor Naomi Baumslag MD MPH
   




 
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