|MÜLLHEIM: and Badenweiler in Breisgau-Hochschwartzwald|
. ALTERNATE NAMES: MÜLLHEIM [GER], MULHEIM, MUELLHEIM, 47°48' N, 07°38' E. JEWISH POPULATION: 422 (IN 1864), 80 (IN 1933). Müllheim is a town in the district Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald. Müllheim is generally considered the center of the region known as Markgräflerland between the Rhine valley and the Black Forest vineyards.
Jewish dead of Müllheim were buried in Sulzburg until 1850 when their own cemetery in the Black Forest road surface 19.94 a) was ready. A war memorial for seven Müllheim Jews killed in WWI included atchitectural elements formerly placed in the synagogue. The columns and the keystone of Toraschreines synagogue was erected here after its demolition . Since 1987, a bronze plaque Holocaust memorial commemorates 46 Jews who perished from Müllheim and Badenweiler (in the top of a sandstone monument side turret of the synagogue). map and photos. community history. photos. [Mar 2013]
79379 Baden-Württemberg (Gerz, Peters).
LOCATION OF CEMETERY: Between Schwarzwaldstrasse and Im Nussbaumboden.
IN USE: From 1850 until 1938 and again between 1967 and 1973.
NUMBER OF GRAVESTONES: 301. Oldest dated gravestone 1852.
[Researched and translated from German July 2008]
To see information and photographs of individual gravestones in cemeteries in Baden-Wuerttemberg, click on this link and follow the directions on that page.
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