UNIONTOWN: Perry County Print
Congregation in early half of 20th century met in Masonic Lodge (demolished approximately 1975). A couple dozen Jewish graves are in the main city cemetery. When entering the main gate, the Jewish graves are to the right. There are two areas with no separation between the Jewish and non-Jewish sections. Source: Larry Brook, Deep South Jewish Voice, Birmingham, AL. [June 2001]
  • Uniontown City Cemetery: In the middle of the cemetery are a large number of Jewish graves that date from at least 1880. The tombstones are inscribed in Hebrew. Source: RootsWeb.com [January 2003]
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