cemeteries in israel #general
Stan Goodman <SPAM_FOILER@...>
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I can't get into the Haifa burial data base. I'm sure that it's atoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
problem with my computer. I am copying information that I have for
several Israeli cemeteries, in the hope that it may be of help to
others, which includes the Haifa data base.
The Petach Tikvah and Haifa data bases are only in Hebrew.
Also, perhaps someone can help with a look up for the names in this
e-mail, as I can't.
Computerized - includes Nachalat Yitzchak in Tel Aviv 03-553-1166 (opened 1964)
Kiryat Shaul (opened 1949) 03-649-8060
Nachalat Yitzchak (opened 1932) 03-732-1873
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Mathilde Tagger <tagger@...>
I am hoping someone can tell me how I can find a listing of cemeteries in--------->
The Haifa Hevra Kadisha has a website where you can research the names of
the deceased. The website is in Hebrew.
For the moment, only the Haifa Ashkenazi Hevra Kadisha is online, but not
the Sephardic one.
By the way, the Tel Aviv Hevra Kadisha (one burial society for all) is
online too and in Hebrew only at:
I am hoping someone can tell me how I can find a listing of cemeteries in
Israel. I am specifically trying to find a Pessie PERELMUTER BRONSTEIN's
(married to Dov BRONSTEIN)tombstone in Haifa. I am trying to figure out who
her father was.
Researching: PERELMUTER, SYGALL in Isreal