Burials in Row nb. 2 with Betty Abrahamson
Burials of a row normally follow a strict chronological order broken only by a few "late" burials where surviving relatives have reserved neighbouring places. An empty place (or "unknown" burial) may indicate that the place for some reason was never used as planned. So far it is important to study neighbouring burials from a genealogical point of view.
|[*] State: = identified stone, = unreadable stone, = stone not found, = grave/no stone, = grave, no exact pos.|
|ABRAHAMSON||Betty,||ugift, d. af Abr. Moses, f. 25.12.1817, d. i Kalundborg,||1866,10.11||2-1-Slg|
|ABRAHAMSON||Caroline,||ugift, modehandlerinde, d. af Abr. Moses, f. 12.8.1812,||1866,22.7||2-2-Slg|
|ABRAHAMSON||Moses,||vekselerer, f. 30.9.1821,||1888,4.12||2-3-Slg|