Names and their origins | CemeteryScribes | Page 8

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Names and their origins | CemeteryScribes | Page 8

Names and their origins

This is the first in a short series we hope to be able to provide on names, family names and how they have changed over the years. Most Jews arriving in the UK following The Readmission would not have had…

Names and their origins | CemeteryScribes | Page 8

Gloucester Old Jewish Burial Ground

The old Jewish Cemetery in Organ’s Passage Gloucester was finally cleared in 1938 when the land was transferred to Gloucester Council for use as a children’s recreation ground, and the remains transferred to the separate section in the new Gloucester…

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An Englishman in New York – Success story

The SynagogueScribes and CemeteryScribes websites were born out of our personal interest in Anglo-Jewish genealogy.   We put our work out there on the Web in the hope that others will find it useful.  But forget about altruism: we do it…

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Hildesheimer & Co

The German born Hildesheimer brothers along with the Tuck family [http://www.emotionscards.com/museum/raphaeltuck.html] were at the forefront of the fast expanding trade in Greetings Cards in Victorian England. Siegmund Hildesheimer was born in 1832 in Hallberstadt Germany and settled in Manchester in…

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Searching SynagogueScribes.com – Basic Search

First in the series of our step-by-step guides to searching SynagogueScribes and getting the best results. Example 1: Finding a Burial Record for Sarah Nathan CemeteryScribes ref I970 In SynagogueScribes, using basic search which is the search present on every…

Names and their origins | CemeteryScribes | Page 8

Willesden Cemetery; Art, Music and Literature

Willesden Cemetery , consecrated in 1873, acts as a bridge between the intimacy of the old, historic London Ashkenazi Burial Grounds – Aldernery Road,  Brady Street and Lauriston Road – enclosed within high brick walls, their modest, fading stones haphazardly…