<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"><html><head><meta http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; charset=10646"><title>Ashley Jewish Cemetery Association</title><meta name="keywords" content="Pioneer, Jewish, Cemetery, Ashley ND, North Dakota, McIntosh County, Genealogy, American Jewish, Jewish Historical, Tilsen, Reuben"><meta name="description" content="Ashley Jewish Cemetery Association, McIntosh County, North Dakota"><meta date="2018 July 25"><meta link rel="canonical" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org"></head> <BODY bgcolor="#ffffff"> <BLOCKQUOTE> <img src="ashban.jpg" width="540" height="302" border="0" alt="Photo of Ashley Jewish Cemetery" title="Ashley Jewish Cemetery, 2003, Photo by Ron Goldman"><BR><BR> <H1>Ashley Jewish Homesteaders Cemetery</H1> <P>The Ashley Jewish Homesteaders Cemetery is the only permanent physical reminder of the McIntosh County, North Dakota Jewish farming community &mdash; the largest Jewish agricultural settlement in North Dakota. North Dakota had the fourth largest number of Jewish homesteaders in any state in the US from 1906 through 1915. Twelve-hundred Jewish farmers farmed on 250 homesteads in over fifty North Dakota settlements from the late 1870's.</P> <P>Over 400 Jewish individuals lived on 70 to 100 homesteads near Ashley. The McIntosh County Jewish homesteader community was made up of Russian and Romanian immigrants escaping persecution, including the Russian prohibition against Jews owning land for farming. They came to America after pogroms in their native lands, part of a migration of 1.25 million Jews between 1880 and 1920. Unlike most of their Jewish brethren who remained on or near the east coast in bigger cities, they headed to &quot;The Great Northwest&quot; to become farmers &mdash; boarding trains from New York to the prairie, then climbing into horse-drawn buggies or walking to Ashley in ruts of ox-cart trails from the train depot at Eureka, South Dakota, &quot;Odessa of the North.&quot; </P> <P>This Cemetery stands as a symbol of the acceptance the Jewish homesteaders felt to remain true to who they were, even on the harsh Dakota prairie. They were a registered Jewish congregation in 1907, before they had a building for worship or a formally trained rabbi. They were competent farmers and raisers of cattle and chickens, without prior experience. They were Americans &mdash; free to practice their religion and to choose their livelihood. The site was named by the National Parks Service of the Department of the Interior to the National Historic Register on 17 November 2015 as a significant historic property, worthy of preservation.</P> <DD><a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/registryannouncement.pdf" target="_blank">Read More</a></DD> <H2>History</H2> <ul><li><a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/mcintoshjews.pdf" target="_blank" title="Lost Jews of McIntosh County" description="Lost Jews of McIntosh County">The Lost Jews of McIntosh County</a> by Ron Vossler (1986)</li> <li><a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/oldcemetery.pdf" target="_blank">Old Jewish Cemeteries in N.D. show once-large community</a>, by Ted Quanrud, <I>Bismarck Tribune</I>, in <I>Grand Forks Herald</I>, Sunday 6 December 1987</li> <li><a href="http://www.capjournal.com/news/promised-land/article_4d363024-13c0-11e4-8907-0019bb2963f4.html" target="_blank">Promised Land</a>, by Lance Nixon, <I>Capital Journal</I>, 25 July 2014</li> <li><a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashleyshul.pdf" target="_blank">Ashley Synagogue History</a></li> <!-- <li><a href="http://www.usgenweb.info/ndmcintosh/bios-9.htm" target="_blank">Louis Rubin, cemetery founder</a></li> --> <li><a href="https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/106150029" target="_blank">Rabbi Julius Hess, cemetery founder</a></li> <li><a href="preservation2014.pdf" target="_blank">Cleaning &amp; Preservation Project (2014)</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/registryannouncement.pdf" target="_blank">National Registery of Historic Places Announcement</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/nationalregister.pdf" target="_blank">National Register of Historic Places Certificate</a></li> <li><a href="https://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/15000807.htm" target=_blank">National Park Service web site - National Registry</a></li> <li><a href="https://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/pdfs/15000807.pdf" target="_blank">National Registry Nomination </a></li> <li><a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/dedication2017.pdf" target="_blank">Dedication Event May 2017</a></li> <DD><li><a href="http://bismarcktribune.com/news/state-and-regional/between-rock-and-a-hard-place/article_e8ec4da0-abe1-5d8e-9337-56b1e3c9b355.html" target="_blank">Between a Rock and a Hard Place</a></li></DD> <DD><li><a href="http://forward.com/news/national/372873/jewish-history-on-the-prairie-lures-scores-to-a-north-dakota-graveyard/" target="_blank">Jewish History on the Prairie Lures Scores to a North Dakota Graveyard</a></li></DD> <DD><li><a href="http://www.jewish-american-society-for-historic-preservation.org/mdpa/ashleynorthdakota.html" target="_blank">Jewish American Society for Historic Preservation: Ashley Jewish Homesteaders Cemetery</a></li></DD> <DD><li><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3au1cygwQyo&feature=youtu.be" target="_blank">Video: Ashley Rededication Full Version</a></li></DD> <DD><li><a href="https://vimeo.com/218781581" target="_blank">Video: Ashley Rededication Excerpts</a></li></DD> <li><a href="Proclamation2017.pdf" target="_blank">Governor's Proclamation on Jewish Homesteaders' Day 2017</a></li> </ul> <H2>Donate</H2> <P>Help support the preservation of the only cemetery on the National Historic Register honoring the largest Jewish homesteading immigrant settlement ever in North Dakota, South Dakota or Montana. <a href="https://www.everribbon.com/ribbon/view/32867" target="_blank">Make a Donation</a></P> <H2>Location</H2> <P>The Ashley Jewish Homesteaders Cemetery is near Ashley, McIntosh County, North Dakota. It is also sometimes referred to as &quot;Beth Itzchock Cemetery,&quot; &quot;The Ashley Jewish Pioneer's Cemetery,&quot; and similar names.</P> <iframe width="300" height="300" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" src="https://maps.google.com/maps?ie=UTF8&amp;f=d&amp;daddr=Beth+Itzchock+Cemetery,+East+McIntosh,+ND&amp;geocode=CVJnWvIaVK9WFcoZvwIdPZkT-iFEdUi7YJa4Bw&amp;gl=US&amp;hl=en&amp;t=m&amp;ll=46.078411,-99.378891&amp;spn=0.004465,0.006437&amp;z=16&amp;output=embed"align="right"></iframe> <a href="https://maps.google.com/maps?ie=UTF8&amp;f=d&amp;daddr=Beth+Itzchock+Cemetery,+East+McIntosh,+ND&amp;geocode=CVJnWvIaVK9WFcoZvwIdPZkT-iFEdUi7YJa4Bw&amp;gl=US&amp;hl=en&amp;t=m&amp;ll=46.078411,-99.378891&amp;spn=0.004465,0.006437&amp;z=16&amp;source=embed" style="color:#0000FF;text-align:right" target="Bigger Google Map">View Larger Map</a> <H2>Map of Cemetery</H2> <P>Click on image for larger map</P> <A title="Site Map of Ashley Jewish Cemetery" href="map.jpg" border="0" target="_blank"><img title="Click to Enlarge Site Map" src="mapsmall.jpg" border="0"></A> <H2>Internments</H2> <P>Alphabetical by last name, as the names appear on the tombstones. &#X2660; = Photo of tombstone. [?] = unclear, missing, indecipherable character.</P> <ul> <li>Auerbach, Israel. 1862-1916 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Israel Auerbach. Photo 2009" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/auerbachisraelts.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Israel Auerbach. Photo 2009" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/auerbachisraeltsdetail.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Headstone of Israel Auerbach. Photo 2009" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/auerbachisraelheadstone.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Headstone of Israel Auerbach. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/auerbachfather.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Grave Area of Israel and Sarah Auerbach. Photo 2009" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/auerbacharea.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A><br> <span lang="he" dir="rtl"> "               1   1     </span><br> <I>(Here lies the honest and decent man educated in matters of truth Mr. Yisrael Haim son of Moshe Shemuel Auerbach died the twenty-sixth [?] day of Tamuz 5676 [1916] May his soul be bound in the bond of life)</I> </li> <li>Auerbach, Sarah. 1862-1915 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Sarah Auerbach. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/auerbachsarah.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Headstone of Sarah Auerbach. Photo 2009" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/auerbachsarahheadstone.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Headstone of Sarah Auerbach. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/auerbachmother.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Slab of Sarah Auerbach. Photo 2009" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/auerbachsarahslab.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A></li> <li>Bender, Kiva. April 1858 &ndash; 24 June 1913 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Kiva Bender. Photo 2009" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/benderkivats.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone Detail of Kiva Bender. Photo 2009" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/benderkivatsdetail.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone Image of Kiva Bender. Photo 2009" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/benderkivatsdetail2.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Kiva Bender. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/benderkiva3.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Kiva Bender. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/benderkiva.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> </li> <li>Bender, Rose. (Unmarked) (Infant Area)</li> <li>Becker, Maxine Sally. 1926 &ndash; 1932 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Maxine Sally Becker. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/beckermaxinesally.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> </li> <li>Berman, Nathan. (Unmarked) (Infant Area)</li> <li>Bloom, Mr. [Bloom, Lipman] 5 January 1873 &ndash; 14 May 1913 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Lipman Bloom. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/bloomlipman.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Detail of Tombstone Image of Lipman Bloom. Photo by Premak, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/bloomdetail.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A></li> <li>Dorfman, Freda. d. 25 January 1915, age 33 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Freda Dorfman. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/dorfmanfreda.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Inscription on Tombstone Image of Freda Dorfman. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/dorfmanfreda2.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> </li> <li>Ewart, Golda. (Unmarked)</li> <li>Filler, Rebecca. d. 18 February 1923, age 37 (Born in Russia, 1886; wife of Joseph Filler; mother of Israel [Esrael, Isador], Harry, Fanny, Sam; lived in or near Ashley, ND, 1910; lived in Rosenthal, ND, 1915; lived in Hosmer, Edmunds County, SD, 1920) &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Rebecca Filler. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/fillerrebecca.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Artwork Image of Rebecca Filler. Photo 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/fillerrebecca3.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> </li> <li>Friedman, baby. (Unmarked) (Infant Area)</li> <li>Goldstone, Isadore. 10 August 1921 &ndash; 17 November 1921 (A.K.A. Idel Goldstone, son of Joseph Goldstone &amp; Esther Juster, Eureka, SD) &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Isadore Goldstone. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/goldstoneisadorets.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A><br><span lang="he" dir="rtl">     ' "   " ''''' </span> <br><I>(The lad Yehuda ben Yosef Goldstone, died 16 Heshvan 5682 [1922] May his soul be bound in the bond of life)</I>(Infant Area)</li> <li>Grossman, Yitzchak (Isadore). &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Isadore Grossman. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/grossmanyitzchakts.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> <br><span lang="he" dir="rtl">" '        "   "   " "     </span><br> <I>(Here is buried Reb Yitzchkak ben Reb Alexander Grossman. Died on Sunday, 21 days in the month of Shevat 5678. Born in the year 5629. May his soul be bound up in the bond of everlasting life)</I></li> <li>Grossman, Yehudah Leb. &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Yehuda Leib Grossman. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/grossmanyehudayts.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> <br><I>(Here is buried Reb Yehuda Leib ben Reb Alexander Grossman Died on Tuesday 9 days in the month of Cheshvan 5672. Born in the year 5623. May his soul be bound up in the bond of everlasting life)</I></li> <li>Grossman, Chaim Yosef (Joseph). &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Joseph Grossman. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/grossmanchaim.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> <br><I>(Here is buried the esteemed young man Mr. Chaim Yosef ben Reb Yitzchak Grossman. Died on Tuesday 14 days in the month of Cheshvan 5678. Born in the year 5661. May his soul be bound up in the bond of everlasting life)(Some characters representing the dates are hard to read; the dates shown here are partially based on external records.)</I></li> <li>Jampolsky [Jampolsky, Yehiel Hayyim]. d. 1918 [7 November 1918] &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Yehiel Hayyim Jampolsky. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/jampolskyyehiel.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Inscription Image of Yehiel Hayyim Jampolsky. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/jampolskyyehiel3.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> </li> <li>Ourach [Ourach, David]. [d. 5 March 1924] age 13 (Son of Getzel &amp; Gossia Ourach, brother of Philip Ourach; farmers; lived in Lehr, ND) &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of David Ourach. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/ourach.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A></li> <li>Parkansky, Mrs. d. 8 October 1918 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Mrs. Parkansky. Photo by Ron Goldman, 2003" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/parkmrs.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Mrs. Parkansky. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/parkanskymrs.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> </li> <li>Raich, Frieda. 13 June 1916 &ndash; 27 October 1918 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Frieda Raich. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/raichfriedats.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> (Infant Area)</li> <li>Raich, Joseph G. d. 10 June 1918, age 41 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Joseph G. Raich. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/raichjosephg.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> </li> <li>Reuben, Benjeman B. 10 October 1910 &ndash; 11 November 1918 (=<A href="http://www.tilsen.org/reubloui.html#benjamin" target="_blank" title="New Window to Info on Benjamin B. Reuben at www.tilsen.org">Benjamin B. Reuben</a>, son of <A href="http://www.tilsen.org/reubloui.html" target="_blank" title="New Window to Info on Yehuda Lev Rabyn and Mirel Chaplik at www.tilsen.org">Yehuda Lev Rabyn &amp; Mirel Chaplik</A>)&nbsp; <A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Benjamin B. Reuben. Photo by Kenneth Tilsen, 2003" href="monuments/reubb2.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Benjamin Reuben. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/reubenbenjeman.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> </li> <li>Ruebin, Mrs. 08 March 1870 &ndash; 29 July 1913 (=<A href="http://www.tilsen.org/reubloui.html" target="_blank" title="New Window to Info on Mirel Chaplik Reuben at www.tilsen.org">Mirel Chaplik Reuben</A>) &nbsp; <A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Mirel Chaplik Reuben. Photo by Liatris Reuben Marshak" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/chapmire.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Mirel Chaplik Reuben. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/ruebinmrs.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A><br> <span dir="rtl" lang="he">&#X05E4;&#X05F4;&#X05E0; &#X05D0;&#X05E9;&#X05D4; &#X05D7;&#X05E9;&#X05D5;&#X05D1;&#X05D4; &#X05DE;&#X05E8;&#X05EA; &#X05DE;&#X05D9;&#X05E8;&#X05DC; &#X05E8;&#X05D0;&#X05D1;&#X05D9;&#X05DF; &#X05D1;&#X05EA; &#X05DE;&#X05E9;&#X05D4; &#X05E0;&#X05D5;&#X05DC;&#X05D3;&#X05D4; &#X05EA;&#X05E8;&#X05DB;&#X05D8; &#X05D5;&#X05E0;&#X05E4;&#X05D8;&#X05E8;&#X05D4; &#X05D9;&#X05F4;&#X05D0; &#X05EA;&#X05DE;&#X05D5;&#X05D6; &#X05EA;&#X05E8;&#X05E2;&#X05D2; &#X05EA;&#X05E0;&#X05E6;&#X05D1;&#X05D4;</span><br> <I>(Here lies the esteemed woman Mrs. Mirel Rabyn daughter of Moshe born 5629 [1869/1870] and died 11 Tamuz 5673 [1913] May her soul be bound in the bond of life)</I><br> Note: The civil date on the monument <q>July 29, 1913</q> is according to the <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_calendar" target="_blank">Julian calendar</a>. The date 11 Tamuz 5673 corresponds with 16 July 1913 on the modern calendar. </li> <li>Schlasinger, Mary. (Unmarked) (Infant Area)</li> <li>Silverleib, Fayga. d. 20 May 1916, age 32 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Fayga Silverleib. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/silverleibfayga.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> <br><span dir="rtl" lang="he"> /   /  /     / [?] [?] [?][?]    / May 20, 1916 / [?] [?] [?] [?] / [?] [?] [?] [?] YRS. 32. Old /  </span> <br><I>(Here is buried the modest woman Fayga daughter of Reb Mordechai Silberleib. Died Iyar 5676 [= 20 May 1916]. 32 Years Old.)</I><br> May 20, 1916. Yrs. 30. Old.</li> <li>Silverleib, Nochem. d. 7 April 1918 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Nochem Silverleib. Photo by Norm Silvers" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/silvnoch.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Nochem Silverleib. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/silverleibnochem.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A><br> <span dir="rtl" lang="he">&#X05D0;&#X05D9;&#X05E9; &#X05EA;&#X05DD; &#X05D5;&#X05D9;&#X05E9;&#X05E8; &#X05DE;&#X05E8; &#X05E0;&#X05D7;&#X05D5;&#X05DD; &#X05D1;&#X05E8; &#X05E4;&#X05D9;&#X05E0;&#X05D7;&#X05E1; &#X05E1;&#X05D9;&#X05DC;&#X05F0;&#X05E2;&#X05E8;&#X05DC;&#X05F2;&#XFB31; &#X05E0;&#X05E4;&#X05D8;&#X05E8; &#XFB31;&#X05D9;&#X05D5;&#X05DD; &#X05D0;&#X05F3; &#X05DB;&#X05D4;&#X05F3; &#X05E0;&#X05D9;&#X05E1;&#X05E0; [sic] &#X05E9;&#X05E0;&#X05EA; &#X05EA;&#X05E8;&#X05E2;&#X05D7; &#XFB4A;&#X05F3;&#X05E0;&#X05F3;&#X05E2;[sic]&#X05F3;&#XFB31;&#X05F3;&#X05D4;&#X05D7;[sic] </span><br> <I>([Here lies] the honest and decent man Mr. Nahum son of Pinhas Silberleib died Sunday 25 Nisan 5678 May his soul be bound up in the bond of life)</I> </li> <li>Silverleib, baby. (Unmarked) (Infant Area)</li> <li>Smilowitz, Isador. 11 January 1903 &ndash; 11 December 1919 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Photo of Tombstone of Isador Smilowitz. Photo 2009" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/smilowitzisadorts.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Isador Smilowitz. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/smilowitzisador.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A> </li> <li>Weil, Jacob. 1932 &nbsp;<A title="Window to Tombstone Image of Jacob Weil. Photo by Robyn Schock, 2010" href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/monuments/weiljacob.jpg" target="_blank">&#X2660;</A></li> </ul> <H2>More Images</H2> <P>Click to Enlarge</P> <a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashley3382big.jpg" height="284" width="960" border="0" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashley3382.jpg" height="71" width="210" border="0"></a> <a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashley3383big.jpg" height="284" width="960" border="0" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashley3383.jpg" height="71" width="240" border="0"></a> <a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashley3384big.jpg" height="488" width="960" border="0" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashley3384.jpg" height="71" width="140" border="0"></a> <a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashley153498.jpg" height="432" width="640" border="0" target="_blank" title="Click to enlarge. Image by Ken Tilsen"><img src="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashley153498.jpg" height="71" width="105" border="0"></a> <a href="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashley7290026big.jpg" height="606" width="1280" border="0" target="_blank" title="Click to enlarge. Image by Ron Goldman"><img src="http://www.ashleyjewishcemetery.org/ashley7290026.jpg" height="71" width="150" border="0"></a><br> <H2>For information, or to <a href="https://www.everribbon.com/ribbon/view/32867" target="_blank">Make a Donation</a>, contact</H2> <P>Stuart Kaufman<br> 6343 52nd Avenue South<br> Seattle, WA 98118<br> 206-723-9629<br> <A href="mailto:Stuartkauf@gmail.com">Stuartkauf@gmail.com</A><BR></P> <hr> <p><font size="-1">Webmaster: <a href="http://www.beki.org/about/meet-rabbi-tilsen/" title="New Window to Info on Jon-Jay Tilsen" target="_blank">Jon-Jay Tilsen</a> <A title="Send Email to Jon-Jay Tilsen" href="mailto:jjtilsen@beki.org">jjtilsen@beki.org</A></font></P> </BLOCKQUOTE></BODY></HTML>