burial places in Petrograd ~1915-1916 for exiled Litvak Jews? #russia #lithuania

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How can I find where my elderly Litvak Jewish great-grandmother was buried around 1915? 

In 1915, at age 65, she was exiled to Petrograd, Russia, where she lived without her family.  She lived in an area that was spelled something like "Kromerskya Olylzi 13/2" . And she never returned home after WWI.

Are there specific cemeteries where exiled Jews were buried?  Are there burial records for each person buried in these cemeteries?  Or, at that time, were (elderly) exiled Jews in Petrograd buried in mass graves?

Beverly Meyers

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