Yurburg A11

Row 5, Column 1

Here lies buried
Our modest, beloved mother
Mrs. Blumah
Weitzman
the daughter of R. Tzvi
She rent to her eternal resting place on Rosh Hodesh
Adar II in the year 5695 (1935)
May her soul be bound up in the bonds of life

Yurburg A13

Row 5, Column 3

Here lies buried
Our kind and dear father
Meir Shraga
the son of R. Yaakov
Palavin
that he departed on the eighth day
Of the Month of Tevet
In the year 5674 (1914)
May his soul be bound up in the bonds of life

Yurburg A15

Row 5, Column 5

 

his inscription, and the one that follows (see Headstone No. A16) describe the tragic accident that caused these two young boys to die.

 

Here lies buried
The holy young boy
who was plucked off
While still in the spring-time (of his life)
That he drowned in the river
Shlomo Tzvi
The Son of R. Yehudah
Berkawar
He departed on the 28th of Tamuz 5688 (1928)
May his soul be bound up in the bonds of life

Yurburg A16

Row 5, Column 6

This inscription, and the one before (see Headstone No. A15) describe the tragic accident that caused these two young boys to die.

Here lies buried
A holy young boy
Who was plucked away while still in the spring of his life
For he drowned in the river
Abraham Isaac
The son of Lev
Sarnitzki
He departed on the 28th of Tamuz
In the year 5688 (1928)
May his soul be bound up in the bonds of life

Yurburg A17

Row 5, Column 7

Here lies buried
Woe, your days were too few before

Lying in the grave, your home (you) left
He sees from the heavens, far from us
So sad, for the the crown of our head has fallen
The desire to study with our friends
Your hands and your feet[did not pursue] the forbidden
And strict judgment has come decisively
[You would provide] the feast of those who are famished and humbled
Often, you would give strength (sustenance) to the poor
He is my father, beloved Yisrael Yosef
the son of Tzvi Halevi Galabartzki
He departed with a good name on the 3rd day
Of the month of Nisan in the year 1909
May his soul be bound up in the bonds of life

Yurburg A18

Row 5, Column 8

Yurburg A19

Row 5, Column 9

Here lies buried
An upright man
Your days were short
Your righteousness went before you
Your life was [                 ]
Your daysquickly passed away
He is my teacher, my father
R. Yitzchak the son of Dobar
Rosen
He departed with a good name
On the 28th day of the Month of Nisan
The year 1888
May his soul be bound in the bonds of life

Yurburg A20

Row 5, Column 10

An honored man in his community
An endearing man, he stood forth
in holiness for so many
Years as the Baal Kriah (Torah Reader)
in the Bet Midrash (House of Study/Synagoguge), so bitter it is for us
And we cry for our father
Our shining light in life, our teacher our Rav
Eliyahu the son of Judah
Arstein
He went to his eternal rest,
Foresaking us to lie at rest on the 22nd day of Kislev
The year 5681 (1921)
May his soul be bound up in the bonds of life.

Yurburg A21

Row 5, Column 11

The teacher Tzadok
The son of Ephraim
Who departed on the 14th day of
Shevat in the year 5683 (1923)
In [Borek](*1)
May his soul be bound up in the bonds of life

(*1) Unclear the meaning of Borek.  Perhaps name of town where R. Zadok the son of Ephraim died

Yurburg A22

Row 5, Column 12

A dear and God fearing Man, Our Teacher our Rav
Pinchas the son of Eleazer
Kolisar
That he went to his enternal rest with a good name and a good
          long-life
on the 15 of Av in the year 5687 (1927)