Tag: genealogy

Lemon Hart of Penzance

A new publication ‘Lemon Hart of Penzance’ by Keith Pearce has just been published. Lemon Hart (1768 – 1845) is the most well-known of the many Jews who lived in Cornwall in the late 18th and 19th centuries, and he…

Harry, Henry or Hartog Gompel De Groot

We have Harry G De Groot who died in 1872 and was buried at West Ham Jewish cemetery, on CemeteryScribes and until very recently had been unable to find anything more about him. He did not seem to appear in…

NORWICH JEW’S BURIAL GROUND- MEMORIALS

(With the kind permission of Philip Kirby, from his posts on Jewish Roots British-Genealogy.com) I am posting a summary of the names and inscriptions of the Jews buried in the ‘Jew’s Closed Burial Ground Quaker’s Lane St Martin at Oak…

Willesden Cemetery Open days & tours

United Synagogue Heritage have told us about two exciting new events taking place on Sunday 17th September 2017: Discover Willesden Cemetery with Open House London The United Synagogue’s first event with Open House London, the capital’s largest annual festival of…

War Memorials and Commemorations

We have recently added over 500 War Memorials and Commemorations to CemeteryScribes.com. With more to follow soon. These commemorations were placed by family, friends and IWGC / CWGC to those who died in the service of their country in the…

Ramsgate Jewish Cemetery records – found !

The cemetery records for the Ramsgate Jewish Cemetery These were long considered to be lost but in the summer of 2015 they unexpectedly came to light. They consist of over 93 handwritten sheets on A2 size paper. In many instances…

Quakers Lane Jewish Burial Ground, Norwich

We reported back in 2011 that the burial ground was in dire need of a clean up. The weeds and brambles were taller than the tombstones. We are delighted to announce that there has been a massive clean up of…