I am doing research about my great-grandfather who was Jewish and had a brother who survived the Holocaust in Ukraine. I've found a gravestone image via a website which documents Jewish genealogy which looks like it could be the brother of my great-grandfather. The person whose gravestone I've found has the same family name as my great-grandfather, the same father name and also the same year of death. I know the year of death from my grandfather. I just don't know the first name of his brother and my grandfather doesn't remember it. How can I make certain that it was him? I'm almost 90% sure it's him since the Jewish community in that place was almost annihilated and I don't think there can be two person whose data can coincide this much.
Family name for both is Oks. Father's name of my great-grandfather is Boruch. Father name of my great-grandfather's supposed brother (on gravestone) is Shlomeh-Barukh. I didn't attach the image because it is in Russian. I wonder if at the cemetery they keep additional details, like mother's name - that would confirm the link.