In this series, I am providing pictures of tombstones from Latvian cemeteries, all with death dates prior to 1945. I do not have any further information on the people mentioned.

Today we have another German tombstone.

Photo taken by me, October 2012. Click to enlarge.

Top inscription: Hier ruht in Gottes Heilgem frieden mein Unvergessliches innig geliebtes tantchen (“Here in God’s holy peace rests my dearly beloved aunt”?)

Name: Pauline Luise Jenny Sedat, born April 21, 1872, died December 19, 1939.

Bottom inscription: Jesus spricht: Ich bin die Auferstehung und das Leben. Wer an mich glaubt, der wird leben, ob er gleich stürbe. – Johannes 11:25 (“Jesus said: I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die. – John 11:25)

Location: Meža kapi, Rīga

Inscriptions are in German, translations and any translation errors are mine, though dictionaries tell me that some of the words on the stone could be misspelled.

Tombstone Tuesday – Pauline Luise Jenny Sedat, 1872-1939
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