Temple Israel Cemetery

Lenoir County, NC

Surveyed by Glenn Fields September 2008




The following is a complete listing of the tombstones in the Temple Israel Cemetery in Lenoir County, NC.

Location From US 70 in the west edge of Kinston, Take Hill Farm Road which turns north at the light at Murphy's Convience Store. Cemetery is on the left just pass the entrance to Pinelawn Cemetery.

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    The epitaphs are as follows:

    Double stone SCHECHTER Sol Sept 23 1916 Dec 6 2005 Pearl NOI Samuel Fuchs May 14 1892 Jan 6 1975 Eva Rebecca Fuchs May 1 1904 July 20 1999 Max Chused Nov 5 1906 May 6 1981 Sam Brody Nov 22 1901 Dec 14 1986 Sammy Brody September 6 1916 November 24 1994 Leo Brody December 11 1906 March 9 2003 Jake Brody January 31 1911 May 8 1999 Ida Vivian Brody August 20 1917 February 26 2000 MM Michael Page 1927 2007 Bernard Swartz 1896 1981 Alex Page 1923 1987 In Sacred Memory of Mamie K Tolochko Sept 11 1908 Dec 8 1961 In Everlasting Memory of Rabbi Jerome Gerson Tolochko Vital Dedicated Inspiring July 16 1908 Aug 28 1969 Daniel S Bagatelle Mar 8 1923 Dec 15 1997 Dr Martin H Kass Nov 24 1925 Sept 7 1971 Emma H Kass Oct 9 1925 Aug 2 2004 Spencer Franklin Kass Aug 1 1993 Aug 3 1993 Double stone LEVY Fred F July 18 1915 Aug 15 1983 NOI Rose B Brandwen August 1 1896 August 21 1978 BRONSTEIN Suretta L Bronstein 1933 2007 Pearl Ida Bronstein Aug 25 1900 May 14 1959 David Louis Bronstein Jan 22 1899 Jan 26 1981 Harriet R Demain April 28 1909 Oct 26 1976 Benjamin B Demain July 3 1908 Sept 7 1992 Sidney Daniel Bromberg July 9 1913 Dec 12 1980 Alvin D Wilen 1948 2007 Betty Greenburg Lowe Oct 22 1908 Dec 28 1973 Charlotte Pearson Brody June 28 1915 November 15 2001 Ida Harris Watman Aug 15 1898 Dec 26 1986 Aaron Watman July 4 1892 Oct 3 1982 Ellen S Goldfarb Sept 14 1949 Oct 23 1995 Faye E Glanstin Feb 9 1902 Dec 25 1966 Leah D Sandbank May 26 1924 Sept 2 1974 Arthur I Sandbank Sept 4 1917 Dec 2 1977 Elaine Gross 1927 1993 Anna Bernstein 1902 1991 Herbert Irvin Pearson 1919 1977 Cemetery Dedication Monument area in center of cemetery Cemetery Dedication Monument This quiet place is dedicated to the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust. We do this with gratitude and to honor the United States Service Men and Women who gave their lives in World War II putting an end to the Nazi tyranny which threatened all mankind. Let us never forget their sacrifice or the six million.

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