Yiddsh translated by Gloria Berkenstat Freund
Hebrew translated by Jerrold Landau
In fury and deep anger, we recall
For these do we weep
The most honorable wife, God-fearing Jewish daughter, a true Jewish mother. She set herself apart from gossip and always looked to help a neighbor with advice and deeds.
[member of priestly class] Kajzmacher
(Ayzykl the shoemaker)
One of the good types in the shtetl [town]. A Jew, a host [to poor men who needed a place to stay on Shabbos [Sabbath], a charitable person. Avoided gossip and speaking ill of people. He spent his free time praying in the house of prayer or reciting Psalms.
Fayga-Rywka and her husband, Avraham Liampart
and their two small daughters
The entire Liampart family without heirs
Our sister: Dwora Kajzmacher
Yakov, his wife Rywka and two children.
Our sister: Fruma and her husband.
Those who will never be able to console themselves:
Chaim-Asher bar [son of] Ayzyk-Dovid haKohan
Sura-Miriam bas [daughter of] Ayzyk-Dovid haKohen
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