bar004a-1.jpg [36 KB] Kaplan funeral procession Return

Menahem Yoel Kaplan's tombstone (1868-1936)

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bar004a-3.jpg [36 KB] At the Kaplan grave.

Most of the people around the grave are not family, because being Cohanim, they were not allowed to enter the cemetery. Therefore Cohanim were buried at the cemetery fence, so that the family could approach the grave without actually being inside the cemetery.

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