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Row 2, Col 2
Here lies buried
the daughter of R. Meir Alperovitz
Comment: We now know more about the Cantor than before. Both he and Blumah had a son who passed away in 1915. His wife then died in 1930. 11 years later, he would suffer humiliation by the murderers, the local collaborators of the Nazi invaders.
(*1) The acronym “yud, nun” is understood as yatzah nishmahtah, her soul departed
Translations, Transcriptions by Rabbi Edward S. Boraz. Other work by Joel Alpert. Web Design by Evan Michals D'07.