Category : Science and Education
Archive   : J-CEMTRY.ZIP
Filename : US-OH

Output of file : US-OH contained in archive : J-CEMTRY.ZIP

The following information was provided by Spialter,2536 England
Ave., Dayton,OH 45406. 513-277-3995 The information is in the
following sequence: city, county, cemetery name, address,
institution(s) using it, nummber of graves, size, comments, years
used, listing available. If a page number is listed the source is
Postal & Koppman "Jewish Tourist's Guide to U.S." (Jewish Publ.
Soc., Phila., PA 1954)

BELLAIRE: Belmont county, Jewish, , 275 graves, 1855-1983, yes: Dr.,

CANTON: Stark county, Jewish, , 1200 graves, , 1893-1982, yes: Dr.,

CINCINNATI: Hamilton county:
Bene Israel Buyrying Ground, Chestnut St. & Central Ave., Bene
Israel, 85 graves , size 50ft x 50 ft, 1821-1850, from ,p.494"

Walnut Hills, B'nei Y eshurun, p.499"

??, used 1821, p.490"

Bene Israel Burial Ground, Chestnut St. & Central Ave., Bene
Israel, 85 graves, 50ft x 50ft, 1821-1850, p.494"

Walnut Hills Cemetery, Walnut Hills, p.499"

DAYTON/KETTERING: Montgomery county, Riverview, Schantz Ave., Temple
Israel (Dayton,OH), 1842 graves, well-maint.; caretaker on site;
has reburials from earlier cemetery, 1850-1890, 1850-1993, yes:

Montgomery county, Beth Abraham, Schantz Ave., Beth Abraham, 1340
graves, well-maintained; caretaker on site, 1894-1993, yes: Dr.,

LIMA: Allen county, Shaarei Zedek, Temple Beth Israel-Shaarei Zedek,
140 graves,

Allen ounty, Woodland -Jewish Section,

MADRIVERTWP: Montgomery county, Beth Jacob/House of Jacob, Old Troy
Pike(SR 202), Beth Jacob & Shomrei Emunah, 1100 graves,
well-maintained, 1875-1993, yes: Dr.,

PIQUA: Miami county, Cedar Hill, Scot Dr., Temple Anshe Emeth, 100

SPRINGFIELD:Clark county, Ferncliff - Jewish Section,
W.McCreightAve.-St.Paris Rd., Springfield Cemetery Assocn.

ZANESVILLE: Muskingum county, Jewish, 350 graves, 1870-1992, yes: Dr.,

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

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

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: