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BUFFALO: Beth Jacob Cemetary Inscriptions July 28, 1990
This is an old Jewish Cemetary, also known as the Doat Street
Cemetary, at the end of Lanford St., in Buffalo, NY. I have been
told that the burial records have been lost. Few people in Buffalo
seem to know of its existance. Many of the tombstones have Hebrew
inscriptions which we cannot read and therefore have not included.
Those stones with only Hebrew inscriptions have been noted. Sally
Bruckheimer, 45 S. Cayuga Rd. Apt B4, Williamsville, NY 14221)
This work transcribed by Jane Clement and Sally Bruckheimer
(The details will be included in the next output or contact Sally.)

ELMIRA: Woodlawn National Cemetery, north end of David St., adjacent to
Woodlawn Cemetery, from Postal & Koppman "Jewish Tourist's Guide to
U.S."(JewishPubl.Soc.,Phila.,PA,1954), p.353"

ELMONT: Beth David Cemetery, Elmont Rd. 1-516-328-1300

FLUSING:Mount Hebron Cemetery: The Cedar Grove Association of the
Mount Hebron Cemetery, Long Island Expressway, Flusing, NY 11352
is the admisistrator. The cemetery is quite large and well kept.


LONG ISLAND: The JGSLI is working on this project. Contact Linda Cantor,
President, 37 Westcliff Drive, Dix Hills, New York 11746


NYC (Brooklyn), Cong. Shearith Israel, Cypress Hills overlooking Jamaica
Bay, near Cypress Hills cem., 1851, from Postal & Koppman "Jewish
Tourist's Guide to U.S." (Jewish Publ. Soc., Phila., PA 1954),
p.450"

NYC (Brooklyn), Workmen's Circle burying ground, from Postal & Koppman
"Jewish Tourist's Guide to U.S." (Jewish Publ. Soc., Phila., PA
1954), p.445"

NYC (Manhattan), , New Bowery/Oliver St./Chatham Squar, New Bowery St.,
near Chatham Square, Congregation Shearith Israel (Spanish &
Portuguese Synagogue, 1656, burials, from Postal & Koppman "Jewish
Tourist's Guide to U.S."(Jewish Publ. Soc., Phila., PA 1954),
p.381-383"

OSWEGO: B'rith Shalom cem., fenced-off section of Christian cem., 1000
ft. beyond city limits, 1840's, from Postal & Koppman "Jewish
Tourist's Guide to U.S." (Jewish Publ. Soc., Phila., PA 1954),
p.359


ROCHESTER: Mt. Hope cem. Jewish section, Mt.Hope Ave. 1848, from Postal
& Koppman "Jewish Tourist's Guide to U.S." (Jewish Publ. Soc.,
Phila., PA 1954), p.360"



  3 Responses to “Category : Science and Education
Archive   : J-CEMTRY.ZIP
Filename : US-NY

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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