Group Four includes graves from before September 1914.
In this case we have no civilian Death Register to help us identify those buried. Only in a few cases do we know the family names of those in Group Four.
Some examples from different periods:
Before the Year 1800
In the Roznik VII the two scholars from the Lublin University, have documented 35 gravestones from this period. Among these:
- the oldest gravestone from 1728 of Ita, daughter of Jakob.
- the gravestones of Rabbi Noach Abraham (Row 17, Grave 14) and his wife the Rebbetzin Devorah (Row 17, Grave 15)
The Years 1800 – 1850
Row 17, Grave 8: Zvi Eliyakim, son of Moshe Arie, died in January 1837.
Row 31, Grave 3: Rivka, daughter of Moshe David, died in March 1847.
The Years 1850- 1900
Row 16, Grave 12: Natan Mordechai, son of Moshe Yaakov, died in May 1875.
Row 16, Grave 15: Benjamin, son of Zvi Josef, died in January 1889.
The Years 1900 - September 1914
Row 16, Grave 2 : Chaia Ester, daughter of Zvi HaLevi, died on Yom Kippur 1904.
Row 16, Grave 34: Rivka, daughter of Meir, died in the summer of 1914.