Re: LIVERPOOL HOPE PLACE SYNAGOGUE Book re 1836 to 1930. #unitedkingdom #records


Jill Whitehead
 

Following on from this discussion thread, I note from the information given in the JC link on the Bangor Community, that Bangor people seemed to have been buried in Green Lane Cemetery in Liverpool.  Would this have applied to other North Wales communities? My grandfather's sister Leah Servian Goldblat died in Mold, in Flintshire aged 26 years in 1894. Her death notice was for Leah Max (the patronymic being Mordecai). I have never been able to find where she is buried and came to the conclusion it was in Green Lane, where many of the records were lost in a fire in 1960. Leah's parents are buried in Rice Lane, Liverpool, but there are a number of other missing family burial sites which I presume to be in Green Lane, for which the records are missing. Is there any hope that the missing grave stones in Green Lanes will be transcribed to provide records?

Jill Whitehead nee Servian, Surrey, UK

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