Rosenthal

Historic Information About Family: 

The history of this family is a tragic one, with two infant deaths, Sarah possibly dying in childbirth, and Emanuel following her in death the next year.

Marker Information:

Emanuel Rosenthal unknown – 1885

Relationship: Husband

Inscription: Emanuel Rosenthal, Died as Corvallis Or. July 22, 1885 Tamus 19, 5645. Aged 33 Years. May God have mercy on his soul. Hebrew inscription on reverse side

Stone and Base Material: Marble obelisk. By 2015 this monument was in pieces. It was restored in 2017 by Sally Donovan and Bruce Howard through a grant from the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries and the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.

Iconography: 3-link-chain (no lettering) encircled as in a medallion with scroll work.

Sarah Rosenthal 1856 – 1884

Relationship: Mother

Inscription: In Memory of SARAH, Beloved wife of E. Rosenthal, and Daughter of L. G. & A. Kline. A happier lot than ours, and larger light surrounds thee there. Hebrew inscription on opposite side. The memorial on the far right is inscribed “SARAH, our Darling Sister. Dead but not forgotten.”

Stone and Base Material: Marble

Iconography: A statue at the center of the four columns is missing. The pedestals and urns were restored in 2017 and 2018 by Sally Donovan and Bruce Howard through two grants from the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries and the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.

Infant no dates

Relationship: Infant

Inscription: Infant Child of Sarah

Stone and Base Material: Marble. Stone resides next to the memorial of Sarah Rosenthal. By 2015 this marker was in pieces imbeded in concrete. It was lovingly restored in 2017 by Sally Donovan and Bruce Howard through a grant from the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries and the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.

Iconography: Rose bud on drooping stem.

 

Infant son  date is illegible, needs research

Relationship: Infant Son

Inscription: Infant Son of E. and S. Rosenthal. Died July? 188#?

Stone and Base Material: Marble. Stone resides next to the memorial of Sarah Rosenthal. By 2015 this marker was in pieces imbeded in concrete. It was lovingly restored in 2017 by Sally Donovan and Bruce Howard through a grant from the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries and the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.

Iconography: illegible icon