Mayfield Cemetery Grave Markers
Member Wendy Lang has photographed nearly 800 grave markers at Mayfield Cemetery in Cleveland Heights, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. This cemetery is owned jointly by the city's two oldest congregations, both Reform: Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple and The Temple-Tifereth Israel.
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Ceramic and Etched Photos on Headstones
Approximately 3,400 photographs of the ceramic images that are found on headstones in a number of cemeteries in Greater Cleveland were provided as a genealogical act of kindness by Paul Klein, a member of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Cleveland, assisted by Vicki Vigil, another society member.
The cemeteries included in this index are: Bet Olam, Glenville, Lansing, Mt. Olive, Mt. Sinai, Ridge Road #1 (Chesed Shel Emeth), Ridge Road #2, Lincoln (Workmen's Circle), and Zion Memorial Park.
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The Society held a Beginners' Workshop on March 28, 2016, with internet access to Ancestry.com for the participants. The program was led by Society President Ken Bravo and Society KOL Editor Cynthia Spikell.
The headstone of Cleveland's first Jewish settler, Simpson Thorman — is one of the hundreds of Mayfield Cemetery grave marker photos taken by Society member Wendy Lang and available for viewing on this site.
Pictures of our 2011 beginner's Workshop, a meeting held on April 6, 2005, and our party in April 2006 which celebrated the service of our long-time president Arlene Rich.
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