New useful resource for finding graves in Israel #poland

Miriam Bulwar David-Hay

I haven't seen any mention of this previously, so thought people might
be interested ...

The Israeli Chevra Kadisha forum has just launched a website and app
called Gravez which enables people to search for graves, see photos
and info about them online, and (using the app, which works like Waze)
navigate to visit them physically. At the moment they cover around 25
cemeteries in Israel with thousands of burials.

This seems to be a very useful resource in addition to the
long-running and even bigger BillionGraves website, which covers a
large number of cemeteries in Israel. (Of course, another major
grave-finding website is Find A Grave, but this has very few records
from Israel.)
There seems to be some overlap between Gravez and BillionGraves in the
cemeteries they cover, but each also has cemeteries the other doesn't
have, so it's worth searching both sites! I personally have been able
to find the graves of many people in one or the other or both.

Please note that in the case of Gravez, their platform works in
English (and looks very nice!) but you have to search for names in
Hebrew. In BillionGraves, you can search for names in English but the
only results you'll get will be >from other countries, so you'll need
to search in Hebrew for people buried in Israel.

I have no affiliation with or special knowledge about any of the
organizations mentioned above and am just posting to let people know
about these useful resources!



Shana Tova Umetuka and Gmar Hatima Tova to all,
Yours Sincerely,
Miriam Bulwar David-Hay,
Raanana, Israel.

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