Joy Katzen-Guthrie's Argentina Jewish Heritage links for Buenos Aires and all of Argentina [April 2011]
JewishGen Infofile for Argentina. [April 2011]
[UPDATE] Search for burial records in Buenos Aires by surname or year [June 2015]
"AMIA, Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina has a death index for Buenos Aires cemeteries with name, date of death, cemetery of the person's burial and exact location within the cemetery. For married women, the maiden name is given also. The site is in Spanish.To reach the burial registry, click HERE. Translation of the search options found on that page:
Complete el siguiente formulario para averiguar datos sobre sepelios. Complete the form below to find information about funerals.
.Google Translator for additional help with the AMIA site translation. [April 2011]
November 1997 Report from the late Argentina JGS President Paul Armory: "AMIA, Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (the biggest Kehila of Buenos Aires) has four cemeteries of Ashkenazi Jews and two of them (Tablada and Berazategui) that are computerized with elementary information: name and burial location, only.... number of people buried there, perhaps 112,000. The other two previous cemeteries are Liniers and Ciudadela. They have only card files in the cemetery office. Beside there are six other cemeteries of Morrocan, Sefards from Syria and Alepo, Rhodes Island, etc. Also a lot of Jews were buried in past years in Chacarita, the national cemetery and today the assimilated Jews are often interred in private cemeteries.
No Jewish cemeteries are within the city of Buenos Aires because an edict of 1896 canceled permission to open a Jewish cemetery within the city. Until 1910, Jews were buried in the "Dissident section" of the Municipal Cemetery of Chacarita and in the Municipal Cemetery of Flores.
- Avellaneda Cemetery:
- reported to be semi-destroyed. [October 2003]
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The Zvi Migdal was a Jewish organized crime organization in Argentina in the early 20th century. This cemetery plot was for the women who were lured from Central Europe by rabbis and others to be forced into prostitution. [October 2003]
the plot for "Zwi Migdal" women in Avellaneda[Oct 2003]
- Bancalari Cemetery: Panamericana y 202, Office in Buenos Aires: Camargo 854
C.P. 1414, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tel.: 54-11-4854-1952. Sephardic with 3700+ burials.
- Berazategui Cemetery: Calle 14 Esquina 109, C.P. 1884, Berazategui-Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tel.: 54-11-4351-1494. Begun in 1957, the cemetery has 12,000+ burials.
Ciudeadela Cemetery: Cementerio Comunitario de Ciudadela, Marcelo T. De Alvear 3508, C.P. 1702, Ciudadela- Pcia. de Buenos Aires.Tel.: 54-11-4653- 2351 for Sr. José. Begun in 1929, the cemetery has 6000+ burials of which 4,400+ are Sephardic. Horario de Visitas (al público): Lunes a Jueves de 8:00 a 15:30 hs./ Viernes de 8:00 a 14:00 hs. Horario de Administración: Lunes a Jueves de 8:00 a 15:30 hs / Viernes de 8:00 a 14:00hs / Domingos y Feriados Nacionales de 8:00 a 12:00 hs.
- Liniers Cemetery: Cementerio Comunitario de Liniers. Horario de Visitas (al público):Lunes a Jueves de 8:00 a 15:00 horas / Viernes de 8:00 a 14:00 hs. / Domingos y Feriados de 8:00 a 14:00 hs. Horario de Administración: Lunes a Jueves de 8:00 a 15:00 horas / Viernes de 8:00 a 14:00 hs. / Domingos y Feriados de 8:00 a 12:00 hs. Reconquista 10, C.P 1702. Ciudadela- Pcia. de Buenos Aires.Tel.: 54-11-4653-1883/ 1215 for Sr. Julio. Begun in 1910, the cemetery has 24,000+ burials. the old Jewish cemetery with a preburial house descecrated. "Thirty-five graves were vandalized on the night of December 24 in the La Tablada cemetery, and 19 in the Liniers cemetery on the night of December 31. The DAIA leadership suspected local Buenos Aires policemen who had been discharged from the force with its reform following revelations of police corruption."
- La Tablada Cemetery: Av. Crovara 2824, C.P. 1766. Tablada - Provincia de Buenos Aires. Tel.: 54-11-4652-8288 / 4845. Begun in 1930, the cemetery has 90,000+ burials.Horario de Visitas (al público): Lunes a Jueves de 8:00 a 16:00horas / Viernes de 8:00 a 14:00 hs. / Domingos y Feriados Nacionales de 8:00 a 14:00 hs. Horario de Administración: Lunes a Jueves de 8:00 a 15:30 horas / Viernes de 8:00 a 13:30 hs. / Domingos y Feriados Nacionales de 8:00 a 12:00 hs.
Largest Jewish cemetery in South America. A memorial monument for the 86 killed and 300 wounded in the bombing on July 18, 1994 was unveiled on July 16, 1995. La Tablada, which covers 138 acres and has 70,000 graves, is the largest Jewish cemetery in the country. With Latin America's largest Jewish population, Argentina has 230,000 people who identify themselves as Jews. Tablada has computerized records. Source
"Bronze objects were stolen from more than 150 graves of Tablada. Jewish leaders said that the extensive damage at La Tablada had led them to conclude that the desecration was the work of a well-organized group and not a 'marginal gang,'' as some government officials had said." Source: 1997
, Inc. Source: Washington Jewish Week, July 10, 1995 article by Segio Kiernan, Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
1996 New York Times News Service by Calvin Sims; Oct. 21, 1996: "A major Jewish cemetery was desecrated over the weekend, the third such attack in Argentina this year, raising fear among Jews and anger that the government seems to be doing little to stop the anti-Semitic assaults." La Tablada cemetery vandalism:
Lomas de Zamora Cemetery: Murature y Marsella, C.P. 1848, Lomas de Zamora- Pcia. de Buenos Aires, Argentina.Tel.: 54-11-4286-3043 Murature y Marsella. Ashkenazi with 1500 burials as well as Sephardim.