Sites like Find A Grave have been incredibly helpful in my ramblings searching for family. The good volunteers at FAG have provided photos that have given us clues to relationships (or not) and sometimes additional information they may know just living close by. I especially appreciate those who allow us to use their photos on our Ancestry trees and blogs. It is good to know where our ancestors are ‘quietly resting.’
The Golomb family is collateral kin- Sarah Green (Sarah Gren), sister of our Abraham Green (Abraham Gren) married Louis Golomb and had 13 children- yes, 13. Our dear grandmother remembered that number but I had been unable to verify until a recent census recheck showed that two children had died before the census was taken. There also was a photo that was could not be conclusively identified thirty years ago, but as she aged, our grandmother also was able to recall that the portrait was of Sarah (Green) Golomb- so there may be at least one advantage of aging, with long term memory improving. ;P
These Golomb headstones are in B’nai Israel cemetery in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
The two stones on the right behind the large monument belong to Louis Golomb and his wife Sarah (Green) Golomb. They are in Section 4, Lot 7.
The two stones on the left in the back are of the eldest child of Louis and Sarah Golomb, Esther G. Golumb, and her husband, Joseph H. Slone.
The two front stones are for daughter Betty (Golomb) Eich and son Isadore L. Golomb.
Son Maurice A. Golomb and his wife, Mollie Tex, are buried in the same cemetery in Section 14, Lot 17.
More information to come about the Golomb family in future posts.
Notes, Sources, and References:
1) Find A Grave Memorials for all the above persons. Links to come in future posts as I add to the memorials.
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