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115 Subbotniki known to be buried at 

Home of Peace Memorial Park

Los Angeles, California USA

(Update on March 11, 2015)



by Bill Aldacushion
with gravestone photos and maps contributed by Andrei & Tanya Conovaloff

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                  ENLARGEHome of  Peace Memorial Park is located at 4334 Whittier Boulevard in East Los Angeles near the intersection of the Santa Ana (I-5) and Long Beach (710) Freeways. Click on the map (right) to enlarge it for more detail. It's next to other cemeteries. You can easily see it going south on the Long Beach Freeway. Tourists often visit Home of Peace Memorial Park to find the graves of famous Jewish actors, movie moguls, and politicians, including two of  The Three Stooges, and three of the Warner Brothers. The cemetery is closed on Saturday as well as other major Jewish holidays.

The Subbotnik congregation in Los Angeles preferred the Home of Peace Memorial Park because services could be conducted in a similar manner to what they observed in their native Russia following the traditions of the Old Testament and Jewish religious practices they had adopted. However, since they were Russians and not Jews, acceptance by the controlling Jewish congregation was not automatic. The Subbotnik elders had to petition and demonstrate that their religious and burial practices were compatible with Jewish services. Eventually they were allowed to conduct their funerals there. Click here for more background on Subbotnik Funerals in Los Angeles contained in Chapter 6 of the author's Subbotnik Research Report published on the Subbotniki.net web site.

A streetcar line running down Whittier Boulevard offered a convenient way to transport bodies of the deceased and the funeral party from the Russian Colony in The Flats section of Los Angeles out to Home of Peace. From 1909 to 1940, a special funeral streetcar coach was available to charter for the occasion. Before 1909, horse drawn carriages were used. Some historical notes about Home and Peace Memorial Park can be found at the bottom of this page.

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The grave sites of 114 known Subbotniki have been located in five sections of the cemetery and listed in the summary table below on this page. The information was originally compiled from a two volume report, Home of Peace Memorial Park - First Hundred Years, extracted from cemetery administrative records (through 1969) by Margaret Jayred Schulz for the Southern California Genealogy Society in February 1998. That data included name, grave location, age, gender, place & dates of birth & death, burial date, occupation, mortuary and comments. In November and December 2011, Andrei and Tanya Conovaloff conducted and exhaustive survey of Home of Peace grounds and discovered several more recent burials. They took photographs of the grave stones and markers of known Subbotniki family names and recorded their row and plot numbers. Genealogy records and other family history data were integrated with this baseline information by the author of this article to update the original version of the table that was built using the 1998 report.

The records in the table can be grouped into seventeen Subbotnik family names with variation in the basic spelling. Some variations are just differences in transliterating the Russian Cyrillic alphabet. Other variations represented attempts by the Subbotniki to simplify or Americanize their names.  The list also includes the married names of Subbotniki who wed non-Subbotnik husbands. By clicking on the names in the table you can view the related grave stone. 

Subbotniki Family Names found on Home of Peace Memorial Park grave sites
1. Aldacushion /Aldakushin
2. Androff / Andrews
3. Druginin
4. Bagdanov / Bogdanov /
    Bogdonoff
5. Cutler (Pivovaroff)
6. Druginin
7. Gregorieff
8. Holovachoff (Hall)
9. Konnoff
10. Moiseve / Moisser
11  Monte (Androff)
12. Patapoff / Potapoff
13. Pivovaroff / Pivaroff
      Pivavaroff / Pivovorof / Povovarof
14. Plujnikoff / Pluss
15. Shishcoff
16. Slivkoff
17. Urenn
18. Urkov / Uroff
Other Maiden Names of Subbotniki Spouses
1. Bogroff / Boogroff
2. Bucaroff
3. Faracief
4. Fetisoff
5. Lidyoff / Liedeve
6. Martinov
7. Petrov
8. Samarin
9. Shubin

The earliest known Subbotnik burial at Home of Peace was that of a stillborn infant in 1908, the daughter of Moses and Julia Pivovaroff, in the Children's Benevolent section. The first adult burial was that of 28 year-old Anna N. Androff (possibly the wife of David Aaron Androff) in 1911 in the Benevolent section. The East and Northeast sections were used for burials until the the dedicated "Sabotnick" section was established. John Aaron Androff was the first to be buried there in 1942.

Click here for more background on Subbotnik Funerals in Los Angeles contained in Chapter 6 of the author's Subbonik Research Report published on the Subbotniki.net web site.

Comments, corrections, additions and suggestions are welcome. Send to Bill Aldacushion
         
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Home of Peace Subbotniki Grave Site Inventory Table
(as of Dec. 7, 2011)



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Abbreviations used in comments:

ch/o =
Child of
    
h/o =
 Husband of
    
f/o =
Father of
 
   
w/o=
Wife of
 
   
m/o = Mother of       
g-ch/o =
Grand-child of
  
  
GS = on Grave Stone
[monument, plaque, plate] 
COUNT
FAMILY NAME / GIVEN NAME /
FATHERS GIVEN NAME
(Nickname or Maiden Name)
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GRAVE SECTION
with ROW & PLOT #
(when known)
BIRTHDAY BIRTHPLACE
Note: Cities in Armenia,
Georgia & Turkey were
part of Russian Empire

DEATH
DATE
BURIAL
DATE
DEATH PLACE
(California, USA)
AGE SEX OCCUPATION

MORTUARY / COMMENTS
1
Aldacushion, Abram Joseph
"Abe"



Sabotnick6-15 24 Oct 1910 Los Angeles 1 Jan 1976
Los Angeles 65 M Carpenter
Malinow & Silverman; ch/o Joseph & Esther
2
Aldacushion, Esther William
(Pivovaroff)


East 2-40 15 May 1889 Tiflis, Georgia 22 Jul 1976
Huntington Park 74 F

Malinow & Silverman; w/o Joseph;
ch/o William & Marie Pivovaroff
3
Aldacushion, John Joseph
"Bull"



Sabotnick 6-14 10 Nov 1906 Kars, Turkey 23 Mar 1983
Huntington Park 76 M

Malinow & Silverman; ch/o Joseph & Esther
4
Aldacushion Joseph Yegor

East 2-41 26 Jan 1884 Russia 5 Sep 1936 6 Sep Los Angeles 52 M Carpenter
Malinow & Simons; h/o Esther














5
Andrews, Elizabeth C


Sabotnick 4-9
1902
1969

67 F

w/o Esie; ch/o Abram Adroff
6
Andrews, Esie Abram
"Breezy"



Sabotnick 4-10
1901 Russia 1974

73 M

h/o Elizabeth; ch/o Abram Androff
7
Andrews, Hazel R

Northeast 11-46 25 Dec 1903 Russia 15 Jul 1924 18 Jul Duarte 21 F
Housewife
Renaker & Draper
8
Andrews, Helen


Sabotnick 7-6
21 May 1900 Russia 9 Dec-1982

82 F


9
Andrews, John David

Sabotnick 7-8 5 Jan 1901 Russia 26-Apr 1959 28 Apr Los Angeles 58 M


Malinow & Silverman;
ch/o David Androff
10
Andrews, Mike Aron


Sabotnick 5-3
21 Sep 1900 Russia 1 May 1964
West Covina
63 M


ch/o Aaron & Julia Androff
11
Andrews, Murphy David

Sabotnick 5-9 6 Feb 1905 Russia 22 Dec 1953 24 Dec Los Angeles 48 M Dry Cleaner Spotter
Malinow & Simons;
ch/o David Androff
12
Andrews, Sam David

Sabotnick 5-1
9-Sep-1904 Russia 21 Aug 1966
Montebello 61 M

ch/o David Androff
13
Andrews, Walter John

Sabotnick 7-7 5-Sep 1928 California 2 Oct 1956 4 Oct Los Angeles 28 M Machinist
Malinow & Simons; ch/o John Andrews
14 Andrews, William Aaron

Sabotnick 6-6 1896
Russia 1 Jan 1949 6 Jan Los Angeles 52 M Logging Camp Cook
Malinow & Simons;
ch/o Aaron & Julia Androff
15
Androff, Aaron Afansei

Northeast 10-40 1-Sep 1861 Russia 21 Mar 1923 22 Mar Los Angeles 62 M Laborer
Family; h/o Julia; ch/o Maria
16
Androff, Abram Afansei

Northeast 10-36 1-Jan-1878 Russia 9 May 1923 10 May Los Angeles 45 M Laborer Draper Co
GS says age 44; ch/o Maria; h/o Esther
17
Androff, Anna N

Benevolent 13-18 1884 Russia 22 Oct 1911 23 Oct Los Angeles 28
F


Hebrew Burial Assoc;
Possibly w/o David Androff
18
Androff, Daniel Aaron FaGT

Sabotnick 6-1 9-Apr 1887 Russia 18 Oct 1943 20 Oct Los Angeles 56 M Laborer
Malinow & Simons; h/o Olga;
ch/o Aaron & Julia
19
Androff, David Aaron


East 5-40 1882 Russia 31 Jan 1940 2 Feb Los Angeles 58 M Laborer
Malinow & Simons; Possibly h/o Ann N
ch/o Aaron & Julia
20
Androff, Esther
 (Faracief)


Sabotnick 4-8
12-Apr 1881 Russia 8 Mar1966
Los Angeles 84 F

w/o Abram
21
Androff, George Daniel
FaGT
Child. Benev.
1910
30 Jun1914 1-Jul Los Angeles 4
M


Button; ch/o Daniel & Olga
22
Androff, Joe Aron

Northeast 11-38 20-Oct 1891 Russia 1 Jan 1923 3 Jan Los Angeles 31 M Truck Driver
Family; ch/o Aaron & Julia;

23
Androff, John Aaron FaGT
Sabotnick 7-1 10-Sep 1894 Russia 24 Aug 1942 26 Aug Los Angeles 47 M Moulder
Malinow & Simons; GS says died 25 Aug
ch/o Aaron & Julia; Possibly h/o Mary M
24
Androff, Julia John
 (Martinov)


Sabotnick 6-3 15-Mar 1863 Russia 4 Dec 1955 6 Dec Los Angeles 92 F Housewife
Malinow & Simons; w/o Aaron
25
Androff, Maria Eyon


Northeast 9-25
1840
Russia 8 Jan 1925 9 Jan
Los Angeles 84
F

Family; m/o Aaron & Abram
26
Androff, Masha Steven
 (Moiseve)


Sabotnick 6-9
12-May 1881
Russia 13 Dec 1961
15-Dec
Los Angeles 80
F

Malinow & Silverman; ch/o Steven Moiseve;
widow/o Daniel Bagdanoff
27
Androff, Mary M


Northeast 11-29
1895
Russia 24 Mar 1924
26-Mar
Los Angeles 29
F Laundress

Family; Possibly w/o John
28
Androff, Morris Joe


Sabotnick 5-8
22 Oct 1913
Los Angeles
22 Feb 1964

El Monte
50
M


h/o Rachel; ch/o Joe
29
Androff, Olga John
 (Plujnikoff)
FaGT
Sabotnick 6-2
1-Dec 1889
Russia 30 Mar 1952
1-Apr
Los Angeles 62
F Housewife

Malinow & Simons; w/o Daniel
30
Androff, Rachel Ann
 (Bogroff)


Sabotnick 5-7
19 Oct 1918

21 Oct 1978


60
F

w/o Morris
31
Androff Susie Daniel
FaGT
East 5-7
1916
Los Angeles 19 May 1925
20 May
Los Angeles 8
M

Family; No GS; ch/o Daniel & Olga
32
Androff, Vera John


Child Benev. 1-28
24-Aug 1921
Los Angeles
15 Dec 22

Los Angeles
1
F


Family; GS says died 17 Dec; ch/o John

Androw, Sunnie (?)


Child Benev. 7-28
9-Dec 1911

9-Dec-11

Los Angeles
2 mo
F


Hebrew Burial Assoc;
Not sure if Subbotniki














33
Bagdanov, Daniel A


East 4-3
1877
Russia
21 Jun 1925
23 Jun
Los Angeles
48
M
Blacksmith

Button Fun Parlor
34
Bagdanov, David Daniel


Sabotnick 6-8
8-May 1903
Russia
31 Jan 1949
2 Feb
Los Angeles
45
M
House Painter

Malinow & Simons; ch/o Daniel
35
Bagdanov, Jack Daniel


Sabotnick 6-10
1907
1966


59
M


ch/o Daniel
36
Bogdanov, Morris Daniel


Sabotnick 6-7
1910
Los Angeles
25 Aug 1945
29 Aug
Los Angeles
34
M
Furniture Packer

Malinow & Simons; ch/o Daniel
37
Bogdonoff, Anna William
(Pivovaroff)


Sabotnick 5-18
29 Dec 1897
Russia
18 Oct 1945
22-Oct
San Pedro
47
F
Housewife

Malinow & Simons; w/o John;
ch/o William & Marie Pivovaroff
38
Bogdonoff, John Esae


Sabotnick 5 11
1887
Russia
24 Sep 1951
27 Sep
Torrance
64
M
Plumbing

Malinow & Simons; h/o Anna














39
Cutler, Mary Abram
 (Pivovaroff)


Sabotnick 5-17
1 Jun 1947
Los Angeles
3 Oct 1946
4 Oct
Los Angeles
32
F
Housewife

Malinow & Simons;
ch/o Abram & Katie Pivovaroff
40 Druginin, Hania Trofim
(Pivovaroff)


Sabotnick 4-18
4 Jul 1874
Russia
5 Dec 1957
8 Dec
Bell Gardens
83
F


Malinow & Silverman; w/o Jacob;
ch/o Trofim Pivovaroff
41 Druginin, Jacob Matvei


Sabotnick 4-19
15 Oct 1884
Russia
11-Nov 1953
13 Nov
Los Angeles
69
M
Lumber Laborer

Malinow & Simons; h/o Hania
42
Gregorieff, Anna Abram
(Pivovaroff)



Sabotnick 5-16
15 May 1923
Los Angeles
2 Feb 1984

Los Angeles
60
F

w/o Jack
43
Gregorieff, Jack


Sabotnick 5-15
21 Jan 1921

3 Sep 1993


72
M

h/o Anna














44  Hall, Daniel
 
(Holovachoff)


Sabotnick 3-1
1-Sep 1887
Karkov, Russia
2 Aug 1946
4 Aug
Los Angeles
58
M
Burlap Bag Grader

Malinow & Simons Groman














45 Konnoff, Jack Peter
 "Yank"


Sabotnick 6-19
11-Feb 1905
Russia
28 Jun 1950
30 Jun
Los Angeles
45
M
Welding Shop Foreman

Malinow & Simons; ch/o Peter & Rachel
46 Konnoff, Peter Michael

Sabotnick 6-17
1873
Russia
11 Feb 1951
13 Feb
Lynwood
78
M
Blacksmith

Malinow & Simons; h/o Rachel
47 Konnoff, Rachel Steven
(Moiseve)


Sabotnick 6-18
5 May 1883
Russia
16 Feb 1963

Riverside Co.
79
F

w/o Peter; ch/o Steven & Irene Moiseve















Melnick, Naomi (?)


Sabotnick 5-5
3 Aug 1917
Illinois
30 Nov 1994

Riverside
77
F

Not married; Not sure if Subbotniki
48 Monte, Mary Daniel
 (Androff)
FaGT
Sabotnick 5-6
1 Mar 1908
Yelenovka, Armenia
16 Jan 1987

Orange
78
F


ch/o Daniel & Olga Androff














49 Moiseve, Esie Morris
 "Edward"


Sabotnick 4-16
12 8 1901
Russia
9 Jun 1972

Los Angeles
70
M


ch/o Morris
50 Moiseve, Irene Fedotivna
(Lidyoff)


Northeast 3-28
1855
Russia
30 Nov 1939
3 Dec
Los Angeles
84
F


Malinow & Simons; w/o Steven
51 Moiseve, Moses John
(aka Moisser)


Northeast 10-50
1874
Russia
27 Dec 1917
30 Dec
San Francisco
43
M


Draper & Delenbaugh; ch/o Steven & Irene
52 Moiseve, Sam Steven


Sabotnick 4-15
5 Oct 1898
Russia
11 Jul 1964

Los Angeles Co.
65
M


ch/o Steven & Irene
53 Moiseve, Steven John


East 3-40
1855
Russia
9 Oct 1934
11 Oct
Los Angeles
79
M


Malinow & Simons;
ch/o John Brickson(Moiseve)














54 Patapoff, Esia
 "Ed"


East 2-38
1868
Russia
20 Jan 1933
22 Jan
Los Angeles
64
M
Carpenter

Malinow & Simons; ch/.o Samuel
h/o Sarah
55 Patapoff, Vera


East 2-24
1874
Russia
16 Nov 1928
18 Nov
Los Angeles
54
F
Housewife

Malinow & Simons
56 Potopoff, Anna Trafim
 (Pivovaroff)


Sabotnick 4-5
15 Aug 1875
Kars, Turkey
2 Jun 1960
5 Jun
Los Angeles
84
F


Malinow & Silverman; w/o Samuel
57 Potapoff, David Samuel
FaGT
Child. Benev. 9-8
Jul 1913
Los Angeles
14 Sep 1913
15 Sep

2 mo
M


ch/o Samuel
58 Potapoff, Sarah
 (Bucaroff)


Sabotnick 4-3
1 Jan 1908
Los Angeles
13 Sep 1947
17 Sep
Los Angeles
39
F
Housewife

Malinow & Simons; wife of Ed
59 Potapoff, Susie Samuel


Child. Benev. 7-30
May 1918
Los Angeles
28 Dec 1918
30 Dec
Los Angeles
7 mo
F


ch/o Samuel
60 Potopoff Samuel Abram


Sabotnick 4-6
1 May 1873
Yerevan, Armenia
16 Oct 1957
18 Oct
Los Angeles
84
M


Malinow & Silverman














61 Pivavaroff, David William FaGT
Sabotnick 5-19 15 Feb 1908
Los Angeles 11 Jun 1945 13 Jun Los Angeles 37 M

Malinow & Simons; GS says age 38;
ch/o William & Marie
62 Pivavoroff, Joseph
FaGT
Child. Benev. 9-5
Apr 1913
California
13 Aug 1913
14 Aug
Los Angeles
4 mo
M



63 Pivovaroff, Abram William


East 5-41
1 Mar 1890
Semenovka, Armenia
21 Jan 1966

Whittier 75
M
Grocer

ch/o William & Marie; h/o Katie
64 Pivovaroff, David Joseph


Sabotnick 6-11
1 Dec 1909
Los Angeles
3 Jul 1987

Long Beach
77
M


ch/o Joseph & Sarah
65 Pivovaroff, David Moses


East 1-41
1914
Los Angeles
26 May 1939
28 May
Los Angeles
27
M
Dealer

Malinow & Simons; ch/o Moses
66 Pivovaroff, Geraldine John


Child. Grass 1-16
1931
Los Angeles
5 Sep 1933
8 Sep
Los Angeles
2
F


Coleman; ch/o John
67 Pivovaroff, John William
 "Jack"


Northeast 10-49
1891
Russia
11 Nov 1918
11 Nov
Los Angeles
27
M


Pierce Bros; ch/o William & Marie
68 Pivovaroff Joseph Trofim


Northeast 9-41
15 Jan 1884
Kars, Turkey
21 Jun 1923
22 Jun
San Pedro
40
M
Hotel Keeper

Goodrich; GS says died 22 June; w/o Sarah
69 Pivovaroff Julia William


East 3-41
1879
Russia
19 Nov 1947
23 Nov
Los Angeles
68
F
Housewife

Malinow & Simons; w/o Moses
70 Pivovaroff, (Infant) Moses


Child. Benev. 4-23
24 Feb 1908
Los Angeles
24 Feb 1908
25 Feb
Los Angeles
0
F


Stillborn, ch/o Moses & Julia
71 Pivovaroff, Katie Aaron
(Shubin)


East 5-42
15 May 1897 Russia 29 Jun 1968
Whittier 71 F

w/o Abram
72 Pivovaroff, Marie (Samarin)


Northeast 14-33
1864
Russia
29 Dec 1912
31 Dec
Watts
48
F


Nub & Towne; GS says died 1913;
 w/o William
73 Pivovaroff Moses William


East 4-41
1880
Russia
20 Apr 1939
23 Apr
Los Angeles
58
M
Laborer

Malinow & Simons; ch/o William & Marie
74 Pivovaroff Rachael


Northeast 14-20
1894
Russia
3 Jan 1913
5 Jan
Los Angeles
19
F


Pierce Bros.
75 Pivovaroff, Sarah M
 (Petrov)


Sabotnick 6-12
15 May 1894
Lake Lelemkim, Russia
Feb 1968

Long Beach
82
F


w/o Joseph
76 Pivovaroff, Susie William


East 6-9
1889
Semenovka, Armenia
24 Feb 1925
25 Feb
Los Angeles
26
F
Candy Maker

Cunningham & O'Connor;
aka Sussie Sherburne; ch/o William & Marie
77 Pivovaroff, William Makar
(Vasilli)


East 4-36
1859
Russia
17-Sep 1934
18-Sep
Los Angeles
75
M
Laborer

Edwards Bros; h/o Marie














78 Plujnikoff, Alex Ivan


East 6-38
1858
Ravon, Russia
25 Sep 1933
27 Sep
Los Angeles
75
M
Lumber Yard Laborer

Malinow & Simons; h/o Dena
79 Plujnikoff, Dena John
 (Moiseve)


East 6-39
1859
Kars, Turkey
21 Dec 1938
22-Dec
Los Angeles
79
F
Housewife

Malinow & Simons;
ch/o John Brickson(Moiseve); w/o Alex
80 Pluss, Anna J


East 6-40
17 Aug 1899
Ravon, Russia 1 Apr 1935
3 Apr
Los Angeles
36
F
Housewife

Malinow & Simons; w/o John
81 Pluss, Daniel Alex


Sabotnick 7-3
15 Aug 1882
Russia
18 Mar 1954
21 Mar
Glendale
71
M
Farmer

Malinow & Simons; h/o Mary
ch/o Alex & Dena Plujnikoff
82 Pluss, Esther Samuel
 (Potopoff)


Sabotnick 3-8
15 Apr1895
Russia
26 Apr 1976


81
F


w/o Morris; ch/o Samuel Potopoff
83 Pluss, Jack Daniel


Sabotnick 7-2
1895
Russia
20 Jan 1943
21 Jan
Downey
48
M
Farmer

Malinow & Simons; ch/o Daniel & Mary
84 Pluss, John Daniel


East 6-37
20 Mar 1904
Russia
25 Dec 1931
27 Dec
Indio
27
M
Laborer

Malinow & Silverman; h/o Ann;
ch/o Daniel
& Mary
85 Pluss, Mary
 
(Timoshenkin)


Sabotnick 7-4
7 Jun 1884
Russia
6 Nov 1960
8 Nov
Glendale
76
F


Malinow & Simons; w/o Daniel
86 Pluss, Morris Daniel


Sabotnick 7-5
16 Oct 1908
Los Angeles
23 Mar 1961
26 Mar
Glendale
52
M


Malinow & Silverman; ch/o Daniel & Mary














87 Shishcoff, Anna Aaron
 (Androff)


Sabotnick 6-4
5 Mar 1889
Russia
11 Nov 1966

Los Angeles
77
F


w/o Esi; ch/o Aaron & Julia Androff
88 Shishcoff, Esi E


East 5-36
1880
Russia
23 May 1934
25 May
Los Angeles
53
M
Junk Shop Foundry Worker

Glassband & Groman; h/o Anna;
 f/o Susan Considine
89 Shishcoff, Morris Esi

Sabotnick 6-5
25 Aug 1914
Los Angeles
13 Mar 1984

Los Angeles
69
M


ch/o Esi & Anna
90Shliefkoff, Rachael (?)Child. Benev. 4-121906190711 AugLos Angeles1F
91 Shishcoff, Vera Esi

Child. Benev. 3-29

Los Angeles
Jul 1920
27 Jul
Los Angeles

F


ch/o Esi & Anna
92 Slivkoff, Joseph Martin


Sabotnick 4-17
29 Aug 1897
Kars, Turkey
19 Feb 1955
22 Feb
Los Angeles
57
M
Iron Foundry Moulder

Malinow & Simons; g-ch of Trofim Pivovaroff














93 Urenn, Elazer William


Sabotnick 5-10
29 Sep 1903
Russia
15 Oct 1981

Los Angeles
78
M
 

ch/o William & Julia
94 Urenn, Julia Steven
(Avdotia Boogroff)


East 6-36
1862
Russia
22 Dec 1932
23 Dec
Los Angeles
70
F
Housewife

Vesper & Son; w/o William
95 Urenn, William Andrew


East 6-35
1858
Russia
16 Dec 1931
17 Dec
Los Angeles
73
M
Laborer

Vesper & Son; h/o Julia














96 Urkov, Daniel David


Sabotnick 7-13
22 Oct 1907

5 Nov 1963

Los Angeles County
56
M


ch/o David & Sarah Uroff
97 Urkov, Dena S


Sabotnick 3-2
10 May 1890
Russia 24 Jun 1962

San Diego
72 F


98 Urkov, Deena (Sarokin)


Sabotnick 7-18
1 Mar 1892
Russia
5 Aug 1962


70
F



99 Urkov, Eugene George


Sabotnick 7-15
21 Jan 1918
Los Angeles
6 Feb 1950
9 Feb
San Francisco
32
M
US Naval Aircraft Mechanic

Groman; f/o Barbara J. Clarence, nephew;
h/o Norma Urkov
100 Urkov, George David


Sabotnick 7-14
15 Mar 1896
Russia
29 Jul 1961
4 Aug
Patton
65
M


Malinow & Silverman;
ch/o David & Sarah Uroff
101
Urkov, Jack Joseph


Northeast 9-26
10 Oct 1920
Los Angeles
16 Mar 1940
18 Mar
Visalia
19
M
Mechanic

Malinow & Simons; ch/o Joseph
102
Urkov Joseph David


East 5-37
1892
Russia
22 Jan 1932
24 Jan
Los Angeles
40
M
Lumberyard Laborer

Malinow & Simons;
ch/o David & Sarah Uroff
 
103 Urkov, Mary  Moses
 (Pivovaroff)


Sabotnick 7-12
22 Feb 1898
Semenovka, Armenia
26 Aug 1965

Los Angeles
67
F


w/o George
104 Urkov, Moses David


Sabotnick 3-1
23 Jan 1885
Russia
23 May 1974

Los Angeles County
89
M


ch/o David & Sarah Uroff
105 Urkov, Susie


Sabotnick 7-19
1913

1981


68
F



106
Uroff Anna Joseph


East 6-14
1916
Los Angeles
3 Sep 1927
8 Sep
Los Angeles
11
F
School Girl

Bresee Bros; ch/o Joseph Urkov.
107
Uroff David Kerson


Sabotnick 2-2
25-Dec 1865
Russia
3 Nov 1954
4 Nov
Los Angeles
88
M
General Laborer

Malinow & Simons; h/o Sarah
108
Uroff, Mike David
 "Icai" or "Esai"


East 6-15
1881
Russia
3-Nov 1927
6 Nov
Los Angeles
46
M


Bresee Bros; ch/o David & Sarah
Office record: "Mike D';
GS: "Icai D";
109
Uroff Jack David

Sabotnick 7-17 1 Sep 1894
Yelenovka, Armenia 16 Feb 1943 18 Feb Los Angeles 48 M Painter
Malinow & Simons; ch/o David & Sarah
110
Uroff John David


East 2-5
1901
Russia
2 Apr 1926
4 Apr
Norwalk
24
M


Vesper & Son; ch/o David & Sarah
111 Uroff, John Mike


Sabotnick 2-3
25 Nov 1907

29 Nov 1994

Los Angeles
87
M


ch/o Mike & Julia
112
Uroff, Jack Mike


Sabotnick 2-5 1 Apr 1905
Russia
31 Oct 1963

Los Angeles County
58 M


ch/o Mike & Julia
113
Uroff John Mike


Orthodox Child 20-45
1945
Montebello
12 May 1945
15 May
Montebello
0
M


Malinow & Simons; ch/o Mike & Julia
114
Uroff, Julia W


East 6-16
1883
Russia
1-Aug 1941
3-Aug-41
Los Angeles
57
F
Housewife

Malinow & Simons; w/o Mike
115
Uroff, Sarah John
 (Martinov)


Sabotnick 2-1
25 Dec 1864
Russia
24 Mar 1951
26 Mar
Los Angeles
86
F
Housewife

Malinow & Simons; w/o David & Sarah



Historical notes about Home of Peace Memorial Park

From the Margaret Schulz' report:

In 1855 The Hebrew Benevolent Society of Los Angeles purchased land near the present Chavez Ravine* to be used for a cemetery. No one is sure exactly where the old burial ground was located. However, according to the records, the first burial occurred in 1858. In 1891 the Home of Peace Society was founded by Jewish women of Los Angeles for the purpose of caring for and maintaining the property. In 1902 the present location on Whittier Blvd. was purchased by Bínai Bírith Congregation. The 360 graves were removed from the old cite to the new grounds between that time and 1910. The site was originally called Home of Peace Cemetery, and later the name was changed to Home of Peace Memorial Park.


Further research reveals:

International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies ó Cemetery Project

Home of Peace Memorial Park: Home of Peace (new) Cemetery (aka Hills of Eternity Cemetery). Opened in current location in 1902, this original Jewish cemetery was founded in 1855. Approximately 50,000 burials by 2000, the site is owned and operated by Wilshire Boulevard Temple (Congregation B'nai B'rith). Home of Peace is the successor to the first Jewish cemetery in Los Angeles originally founded as the cemetery of the Hebrew Benevolent Society in 1855 in Chavez Ravine*, it was moved to its current location in 1902. The remains of the 360 Jews buried in the old cemetery were moved between 1902 and 1910. The principals who started the Hebrew Benevolent Society Burial Ground were the same people who started Congregation B'nai B'rith that took over the cemetery in 1902. About 1870, Jewish women maintained the Hebrew Benevolent Society Burial Ground and called themselves the Home of Peace Society.


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