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Died 20 February 1940, aged 4 years 9 months
Daughter of Mark and Miriam Alexander

Plot no. RN/14

These photographs were taken by Peter Gatoff. They were indexed and uploaded to Flickr as part of the Lahav Jewish Heritage project (a project funded by a bequest to Newcastle City Council by the Lahav Marital Trust in memory of Ron and Kath Lahav).

TWAM reference: CE.JW/6 - a collection of 4 CDs containing photographs of headstones at Elswick, Hazlerigg, Heaton, North Shields, North Shields Reform, South Shields and Whitley Bay.

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