Photo of gravestone of Hannah BLONDER, Mt Lebanon Cemetery, Queens Coun
From Joseph Scott Walder jscottwalder@gm@21:1/5 to All on Tue Oct 8 11:47:35 2019
Greetings. I am trying to resolve the parentage of Hannah BLONDER,
born Chane Luchansky in Koshevata, Ukraine. She was born about 1861
and died in New York 11 May 1929. I believe her father was Shmul Luchansky,
but that name was not unique in Koshevata. A photograph of Hannah BLONDER's gravestone with a Hebrew inscription could resolve the ambiguity.
Hannah BLONDER is buried in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Glendale, Queens
County, New York in Block R, section 5, line 1, grave 22 (R-5-1-22).
Her gravesite was provided by the Kushowater burial society.
I would be grateful for a photograph of any grave markers.
MODERATOR: Please contact Joseph privately prior to going to the cemetery to avoid duplication of efforts.
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