JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: UK grave of Solomon Pactor #general

Jill Anderson <jill.anderson@...>

tina levine <tsl553@...> wrote on 2 Aug 2016 ...
I am trying to locate the grave of my great grandfather's brother.
He resided in London and died in 1944, age 77. His death index
states his registration district is Essex South Western and his
Inferred County is Essex.
Hi Tina

Do you know which synagogue they belonged to? That information will at
least narrow down the list. The registration districts you mention are
where the deaths were registered so maybe the places you mentioned are
not necessarily where they lived but where they died - hospital or
care home, for example.

I looked at the UK database on JewishGen and there are several London
burials for Pactors, though not the name you are looking for. Are these
your relatives? The London burials were at Edmonton, which is a
cemetery belonging to the Federation of Synagogues. They have an online
searchable list:

The other possibility is that they were burried in a United Synagogue
cemetery. Again, there is a searchable index but you have to choose a
cemetery first.

Don't bother with Aldershot or Dover as they are not near London or

But I think its important to find out where other family members are
buried. That may - or may not - help you.

Jill Anderson

ABRAMOVICH (Lithuania)
LIPOWITZ (Brooklyn)
NORR (Brooklyn)
ZIMBLER (Latvia and Lithuania)

Join { to automatically receive all group messages.