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Category: Translation - Yiddish
Approval Date: 3/23/2008
Family Surname: Kaudel
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This is the tombstone of my ggg-grandmother Chaie Pearl Kaudel. She died November 27, 1901 in New York, buried at Washington Cemetery in Brooklyn. I would like if anyone could translate this tombstone for me. It is written in Yiddish, not in Hebrew.

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3/24/2008 [Actually, it's very Germanic Yiddish. First, in Hebrew:]

p[o] n[itmun]
Khaye Peril bas R' Simkhe
niftero t"z kislev trs"b

[Here is buried Khaye Perl daughter of Simkhe. Departed on 16 Kislev, 5662]

veynen vollen vir immer oyf dayn keyver
den leydes hot fon dir gehat keyner
yommern vollen vir nikht oyfherin
den a koved bist do gevezn.
vo du host dikh getien kehrin
[fuf?]tsn vollen vir daynetvegin den mit dayne
maysem toyvem vorst du bakant in alle vegin
veysn diet imer herts oykh ven vir tuen dos
lezin den mit dayner tsedoke tefilo bist du
iberal bekant gevezen
[????] dikh oykh oyf yener velt der
koved basher[??]
[???] maysem toyvem verden dikh
un di armen nehmen
[???] dayn shevekh oyf den
rekhtn veg reyden
[???] tefila [???] dikh brengen
in gan eyden
dayne nokh dir troyerende kinder

We will ever weep over your grave.
Nobody ever suffered by your hand.
We will not stop wailing.
You were a [source of] honor.
Wherever you turned
... we would for your sake with your
good deeds were you renowned in all paths.
.... also when we rad this, then you were
well known with your charity and prayer.
... you also in the world to come in honor due
... good deeds will wrap you in the arms
... your praise speak on the right way.
...prayer ... to bring you into the Garden of Eden
Your still-grieving children
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