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Category: Translation - Hebrew
Approval Date: 10/2/2013 4:39 PM
Family Surname: Temple Anshe Emet?
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This inscription is to be found on the arch of a cemetery section in Chicago's Jewish Waldheim Cemetery.

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7/2/2009 Bnay Moshe (=the children of Moses)
Yekaterinoslaver Ferayn
lovely and pleasant in their lives, and in their death they were not divided
7/2/2009 sons of Moses
Ididish names?
the beloved and pleasent did not seperate in life and death
7/2/2009 "bnei moshe
yekaterineslaver verein
the lovely and the pleasant in their lives
even in their death they are not divided [sam.2 1:23]"
7/7/2009 1st line) THE SONS OF MOSES.
2nd line) Society of the people from Yekaterinoslav,
3rd line) who were beloved and pleasant,
4th line) and not separated by their death.

Avraham MALTHETE, Paris, France
10/3/2013 12:37 PM The last words are taken word-by-word from David's lament after the death of king Saul and his son Jonathan.
שאול ויהונתן] הנאהבים והנעימים בחייהם, ובמותם לא נפרדו

In King James version:
Saul and Jonathan were [lovely in their lives; and in their death they were not divided.
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