Sarah Leah B. Urdangen (Berenberg)
|Also Known As:||"Lena Berenberg"|
|Birthplace:||Leckavo, Shavli, Kovno, Lithuania|
|Death:||Died in Muscatine, IA, USA|
|Managed by:||Hatte Blejer on partial hiatus|
About Sarah Leah B. Urdangen
Hebrew translation: Here lies buried the woman Sarah Leah dau of Rev Dov died 24 Shevat 5600. [29 Jan 1840 - this date is way off, we believe the stone carver left off two letters on the Hebrew date] May her soul be bound up in everlasting life. Obit Muscatine Journal Feb. 23, 1922
Source of Obituary: "THE MUSCATINE JOURNAL and NEWS-TRIBUNE", Muscatine, Iowa, Thursday, Febuary 23, 1922 Mrs. Sarah Urdangen---- Funeral services over the remains of Mrs. Sarah Urdangen, who died Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Max Weinberg of Mason City, were held at 3 o’clock this afternoon from the home of Barney Urdangen, a son, who lived on East Eighth street. Rabbi Hirsch of the Hebrew Synagogue officiated. Burial was made in the Jewish cemetery The deceased was born eighty-three years ago at Latskibo, Russia. She was married about sixty-three years and came to the United States twenty-two years ago. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jacob Greenburg of South Norwalk, Conn., and Mrs. Max Weinburg of Mason City, and two sons, Barney Urdangen of Muscatine and Earl Urdangen of Rockford, Ia. Twenty-seven grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren also survive. One son, Louis Urdangen, died about four years ago.