- View SourceWhen the cemetery was being restored we had all of the headstones photographed and translated. The pictures and translations were then uploaded at the JRI Poland Cemetery web site. As well, they should be on the Siedlezcka cemetery website as well.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jcymbler" <jcymbler@...> wrote:
> I paid for someone photograph all of the stones a couple of years ago after the restoration. If someone is willing to volunteer to transcribe the epitaphs and share them with the group and for posting on JRI-Poland, I would be willing to copy the DVD (after I find it again in my apt). I was planning to do so, but simply do not have the time. I did similar work on the Bedzin Czeladz cemetery which turned into a book.
> --- In email@example.com, "howard.nightingale" <howard.nightingale@> wrote:
> > I have restored the Jewish Cemetery at Siedlezcka which serviced Kanczuga among other small towns in the vicinity.