Western & Southeastern Europe The IAJGS International Jewish Cemetery Project mission is to catalogue every Jewish burial site throughout the world. Every Jewish cemetery or burial site we know of is listed here by town or city, country, and geographic region is based on current locality designation. http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/index.html Tue, 23 May 2017 08:53:16 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb AARHUS: http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/aarhus.html http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/aarhus.html Jodediske Kirkegaard: Address is Frederiks Alle; 1810-1968; 149 graves. 150 names 1810 - 1950; see book listed in Copenhagen. [1996]

The cemetery was established in 1824. Further information can be found on the Scandinavis SIG. JOWBR has burial list and photos. [July 2009]

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ALBORG: http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/alborg.html http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/alborg.html
See http://www.jewishgen.org/Scandinavia/aalborg.htm for descriptions, burial lists, and photographs. [February 2001]

 

Jodediske Kirkegaard: Between Jorgensgade and Hasserisgade; 1810-1968; 149 graves. 150 names 1810 - 1950; see book listed in Copenhagen.

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ASSENS: http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/assens.html http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/assens.html
  • Jodediske Kirkegaard: 1827-1914; 47 names, 1827-1914, alphabetical list; see book listed in Copenhagen. [1999]
  • JOWBR burial list. [July 2009]
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    phrases1@aol.com (Ellen Renck) Denmark Tue, 20 Jan 2009 13:08:52 +0000
    COPENHAGEN: http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/copenhagen.html http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/copenhagen.html http://www.jewishgen .org/denmark/3a_copenhagen.htm. Great Synagogue, 12 Krystalglade, Copenhagen. [1999]

    Cemeteries:

    • Mosaiske Nordre Kirke: Vore Kirkegarde, 6 graves, gard i Møllegarde Cemetery (Begravelseplads I Møllegarde) 12, 1693-1967; 5500 tombstones. [2000]
    • Mosaiske Vestre Kirkegard: (Jewish North Cemetery) 1886-date; 7071 graves. This one is currently active. The oldest grave (1693) is that of David Israel. (Tel. 01 211158). Vestre Kirkegĺrds Allé 11, DK-2450 Copenhagen SV. [2000] JOWBR burial listings [August 2010]
    References:
    • Levin, Elias. Den gamle judiske begravelsesplads i Møllegarde 1694-1994. (Vol. I & II). Copenhagen, 1994. (Registry of burials on the old cemetery the so-called Northern or Moellegade Cemetery).
    • Levin, Elias. Judiske Gravstene 1886-1915. Mosaisk Vestre Begravelsesplads . (Jewish tombstones 1886-1915 on Mosaisk Vestre Cemetery, Copenhagen, Denmark). Copenhagen, 1986. Registry of all burials from 1886-1900 (Vol. I) and 1900-1915 (Vol. II) on new cemetery (Mosaisk Vestre Cemetery). LC ds135.d42c63 1986
    • Levin, Elias. Judiske Gravstene 1991-1999. Mosaisk Vestre Begravelsesplads . (Jewish tombstones 1991-1999 in Mosaisk Vestre Cemetery, Copenhagen, Denmark). Copenhagen, 2000. Registry of all burials from 1991-1998.
    • Margolinsky, Jul. Minder Fra Jodekirkegarden I Møllegarde, [af]. Kobenhavn: 1957. 20p. illus. 22cm. Cover title. "Saertryk af Historiske Meddelelser om Kobenhavn, 4 raekke, 5 bd., haefte 3-4". ID # GT 3258 C6 M36 [See Leo Baeck Institute: http://www.lbi.org/ .
    • Margolinsky, J. Gravpladser pa Mosaik nordre kirkegard I Møllegarde, 1693-1953 (Graves in the Jewish cemetery of Møllegarde [Copenhagen]}. Copenhagen, 1956. 164 pages, Danish. S2þ58B1378. Notes: names alphabetical list + birth dates, statistics. Source: Tagger, Mathilde. Printed Books on Jewish cemeteries in the Jewish National and University Library in Jerusalem: an annotated bibliography. Jerusalem: The Israel Genealogical Society, 1997.
    • Margolinsky, Jul. Jodiske dodsfald i Danmark 1693-1976 at LOC ds135.d43a15
    • Margolinsky, J. De Jødiske Kirkegarde I danske provinsbyer (The Jewish cemeteries in the Danish provincial towns), 1722-1959. Copenhagen, 1957. 90 pages. S2þ58B1377. Alphabetical listing + some biographies; general names alphabetical index; alphabetical list of outstanding persons. 150 names, 810 - 1950, alphabetical list + some biographies. Source: Tagger, Mathilde. Printed Books on Jewish cemeteries in the Jewish National and University Library in Jerusalem: an annotated bibliography. Jerusalem: The Israel Genealogical Society, 1997.
    • Metzon, Hans. Jodiske begravelser i Danmark. ISBN 87981618 v.1 8798161326 vol.2 (at Harvard Lib.)
    • ;von Fischer, Josef. Jodekirkegaarden I Møllegarde Kobenhavn. Kobenhavn: Foreningen for Kirkegaardskultur, (1871-1949) 193? 12p. illus. 30cm. Cover title. "Saertryk af 'Vore Kirkegaarde'" ID # q GT 3258 C6 F5 [See [See Leo Baeck Institute: http://www.lbi.org/ .]
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    phrases1@aol.com (Ellen Renck) Denmark Tue, 20 Jan 2009 13:10:14 +0000
    FAABORG: http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/faaborg.html http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/faaborg.html
  • Joediske Kirkegaard: On the road to Svendborg (Svendborgvejen). 1806-1974; 165 graves, 163 names, 1808 - 1920, alphabetical list + some biographies; see book listed in Copenhagen.
  • http://www.jewishgen.org/denmark/3c_faaborg.htm has descriptions, burial lists, and photographs. [February 2001]
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    phrases1@aol.com (Ellen Renck) Denmark Tue, 20 Jan 2009 13:11:23 +0000
    FREDERICIA: http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/fredericia.html http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/fredericia.html  

    Jodes Kirkegard: On the corner of Jyllandsgade and Vestervoldgade; 1727-1914; 500 graves. 402 names, 1727-1914; 500 graves. 402 names, 1727 - 1912, alphabetical list + some biographies; see book listed in Copenhagen.

    "Defunct community but cemetery is atn the corners of Jyllandsgade and Vestervoldgade. "The first Jews came to the free city of Fredericia in 1675. A hundred years later there were 300 members of the community and a synagogue had been built in Riddergade. About 500 Jews are buried in Fredericia. The last burial was in 1910." Source: http://www.jewishgen.org/denmark/3d_fredericia.htm with burials and history [January 2001]

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    phrases1@aol.com (Ellen Renck) Denmark Tue, 20 Jan 2009 13:12:29 +0000
    HORSENS: http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/horsens.html http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/horsens.html
    • Jodse Kirkegard: 1852-1930 69 graves, 67 names, 1852 - 1930, alphabetical list + some biographies; see book listed above
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    phrases1@aol.com (Ellen Renck) Denmark Tue, 20 Jan 2009 13:13:17 +0000
    JUTLAND: http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/jutland.html http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/jutland.html  

    "Jutland's Fredericia Museum at Jernbanegade 10 has objects from the original eighteenth-century synagogue including large bronze candlesticks; a hanukkiya; straight-backed pews; books and pieces of the door. A short walk past lily ponds leads to earthen ramparts where there is a sign with a discussion of the cemetery, which the ramparts overlook. The chapel on cemetery land is open Wednesdays and Sundays, but for entry at other times and to double-check on hours, call a couple of days in advance (759-26-568)." Source: Hadassah Magazine: [ May 1998]

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    phrases1@aol.com (Ellen Renck) Denmark Tue, 20 Jan 2009 13:14:15 +0000
    NAKSKOV: http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/nakskov.html http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/nakskov.html
  • Joediske Kirkegaard: Joedevej (meaning "Jew Road") in the outskirts of Saebyholm wood. 1722-1920; 175 graves, 105 names, 1722 - 1909, alphabetical list + some biographies; see book listed in Copenhagen. [1999]
  • The Jewish cemetery established around 1700 has a still extant tombstone from 1722. The total of burials is about 175. In 1815, the cemetery was enlarged and in 1847 a beit tahara built.No written record of pre-1814 burials exists making only 105 burial plots identifiable. Of these, 46 have no tombstones. Today the cemetery is maintained by Nakskov municipality. JOWBR burial list.  [July 2009]
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    phrases1@aol.com (Ellen Renck) Denmark Tue, 20 Jan 2009 13:15:10 +0000
    ODENSE: http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/odense.html http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/denmark/odense.html
  • Joediske Kirkegaard: On the corner of Vandvaerksvej and Kirkegaards Alle; 1826-1983; 90 graves, 84 names. Used 1826 - 1928, alphabetical list; see book listed in Copenhagen. [updated July 2009]
  • JOWBR burial listings [August 2010]
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