David Yarmovsky died in July 1930 and was buried in Bialystok, Poland.
It is not known which cemetery he was buried in and whether the gravestone
2Sara Davis and
Aaron Davis (legal name was Harry Davis) are buried at Mt. Hebron
Cemetery. The cemetery is located at 130-04 Horace Harding
Expressway, Flushing, NY 11352 with the entrance at the junction of 495
(Long Island Expressway) and the Van Wyck Expressway. One way to get
to the cemetery is to get on 495 East (the Long Island Expressway) either
from Long Island or from the Clearview Expressway by way of the Throgs Neck
Bridge. While proceeding on 495 East towards Manhattan, take exit 22B,
turn left on College Point Blvd. into the middle lane to turn left and then
stay right for the entrance of Mt. Hebron Cemetery. (Exit 12b from the
Van Wyck Expressway would also likely be near the cemetery entrance as
well.) The Davis stone is located in the Workmen's Circle section,
Block 75, which is located on the Van Wyck side of the cemetery. The
Davis stone is 17 rows up from Workmen's Circle Entrance Two at the bottom
road (or 3 rows up from the corner of the retaining wall on the right) and
is 4 stones from the wall on the right. The Workmen's Circle stones
are in burial date order with the Davis stone in the 1946 section.
3Libby and Simon
Mendelson are buried at Baron Hirsch Cemetery. The cemetery is
located at 1126 Richmond Ave., Staten Island, NY 10314. One way to get to the cemetery is to proceed on Interstate 95 in NJ to exit 13 for the Goethals Bridge to the Staten Island Expressway (278). On the
expressway, take exit 7 which is not too far from the bridge, then wind
around to Richmond Ave. to take a left north on Richmond. After
passing Melissa St., watch for the cemetery entrance on the left which is at
the corner of the cemetery and then turn into the cemetery passing the
office on the left. Pass through 3 circles to Section B. After
the third circle, stop at the Waslikover Bruederlicher Verein gate at #8 on
the left. (Wasilkow
is a town very close and to the northeast of Bialystok, Poland.) The
Mendelson stones are located near the back of the Waslikover section which
has the women buried on the left and the men on the right. Libby's
stone is on the left several stones in from the center. Simon's stone
is on the right at the end of the row. Note: As of 2003, much of the
back section of the Waslikover section was overgrown with various ivies
including poison ivy.
4Morris and Dora Yarmovsky and Bertha and Louis Zywotow are
buried at Bnai Abraham Memorial Park. The cemetery is located
at 2600 Route 22 East, Union, NJ 07083. To get to the cemetery, use
exit 140a on the Garden State Parkway and go west on Route 22. The
cemetery (which is between a Home Depot and a Target) is on the left across
from the parking lot of a Boston Market which is in the divider on Route 22.
The Yarmovsky and Zywotow graves are on the right well towards the back of
the cemetery to the right (west) of a tree next to a Zins bench which is
next to the road on the right.
5Jack and Dora Donner are buried at Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Gill Lane, Iselin, NJ 08830. This cemetery is close to
Woodbridge Center Mall. One way to get to the cemetery is to go south
on the Garden State Parkway and get off at Exit 131a and turn left to return to
the Garden State Parkway north to Exit 131b. After exiting at 131b, turn
left, then go right on Gills Lane. When arriving at the cemetery
(which is on both sides of the road), turn left by the cemetery office.
Continue past the office and then turn right at the corner of Lebanon Ave.
and 3rd Ave. in the cemetery. Stop just past a line of trees on the
left. The Donner stones are on the left near the road, Jack at Grave
11 and Dora at Grave 13, in Block 11, Sec. 1, Lot 43. Block numbers
are impressed on the beginning edge of the concrete sidewalks.