Michael Schneeberger: Die Juden von Burgpreppach. Serie: Jüdische Landgemeinden in Bayern No. 12 in Jüdisches Leben in Bayern 20. Jahrgang. No. 98 in September 2005 pages 32-40.
BURGPREPPACH | bayern-bavaria - International Jewish Cemetery Project
Die Jüdischen Friedhöfe im Landkreis Hassberge - a booklet, including this cemetery, publ. by researcher Fr. Cordula Kappner, Mühlenweg 5, 97475 Zeil a. Main, Germany or here in pdf format
The cemetery in Ebern was used by this community before acquiring its own burial ground in 1708.
This community attained prominence between the 17th and 19th centuries as the seat of the District Rabbinate and that of a Yeshiva. This can still be witnessed today by some relatively large gravestones decorated richly in baroque style. There are few gravestones of the 20th century present.
The cemetery is being maintained in good order, has a wooden gate and is enclosed by a wire mesh fence, partially augmented by a hedge.