COLORADO SPRINGS: El Paso County Print

general El Paso County information. [August 2005]

photos. Jewish community. [August 2005]

Jewish community and synagogues history. [April 2010]

Temple Beit Torah, 527 North Chelton Road. Colorado Springs, CO 80909 Phone: 719.573.0841. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  [August 2005]

Temple Shalom, 1523 East Monument Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80909, Phone: 719.634.5311 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . [August 2005] See history for information about merger of several congregations.

Evergreen Cemetery, section: Sons of Israel Cemetery: Located within Evergreen Cemetery, 105 S. Hancock Ave. 719-578-6646. Sons of Israel Synagogue, 1600 E. Pikes Peak Ave was founded May 8, 1949. Cemetery has 225 burial sites. All congregations in Colorado Springs use Evergreen Cemetery. Temple Shalom coordinates all business matters of this cemetery. Contact Sol Mayer. Source: Myndel Cohen

UPDATE: Jewish Cemetery: The Colorado Springs Gazette, Wednesday, 7 June 1905; page 2: INVESTIGATING - The county commissioners visited the county road near the cemetery yesterday to investigate the complaint of M.K. Myers, to the effect that water from the county road was draining upon the Jewish Cemetery causing much damage. Source [January 2003]

UPDATE:  history and tombstone photos. Evergreen Cemetery is Colorado Spring's oldest continuously operated cemetery established shortly after the town was founded in 1871, and has been owned and operated by the city since 1876. For transcription of all burials through 1972. For burials list, scroll down to Evergreen Cemetery [August 2005]

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