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Rear Side: German

Rear Side: German

Jettchen Pfifferling was the grandmother of my grandfather, Karl Pfifferling. She was only 48 years-old.

Rear Side
German inscription:
resting place
The wife of Joseph
Pfifferling, Jettchen born Hess
To Datterode
Born 18 April 1818
Died 26 January 1866

The photos of the gravestone of Jettchen Pfifferling courtesy of Thomes Beck / Datterode, Germany

There are also photos of the gravestone for Joseph Pfifferling. However, the inscriptions are weathered.

This is at the website:
The deceased was a merchant or cattle trader in Datterode and was born in Datterode in 1812 as the son of the merchant Alexander (Sanders) Pfifferling and Betti (Beschen) née Löbenstein. On July 11, 1843, he married Jettchen born Hess [Gravenumber 12] from Hebenshausen in Ellershausen


Front Side; Hebrew

Front Side; Hebrew

Translation of the Hebrew inscription:
Rip
The humble and graceful woman.
She was the ornament of her husband:
Jade, wife of Joseph, son of Joseph
Alexander from Datterode.
Her actions were pleasant, she cared
To many children, and raised them in the fear of God.
The hand of God fell, we wept over them. When she went to the hospital
Deposited
She walked the way of all the earthly on the evening before Shewat
[5] 626 n.d.k.Z. (= Jan. 1866). And now (in the garden of Eden) will you receive your wages,
And you will rise at the end of days