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Cheshunt has no organised Jewish community. It has, however, two Jewish cemeteries serving primarily the London area.


CEMETERIES:

  • Bulls Cross Ride Cemetery, Cheshunt, Herts.:

This cemetery includes the main cemetery of the Western (now Western Marble Arch) Synagogue (its earlier cemetery being the Edmonton Cemetery) as well as the cemeteries of the West End Great Synagogue, and the Masorti and Liberal movements, all primarily in Greater London.

Directions: M25 London Orbital motorway Junction 25, south onto A10 Gt. Cambridge Rd, right at 1st traffic lights, Bullsmoor Lane, right into Bull's Cross, left into White Webbs Lane, right into Bulls Cross Ride. On left after crossing bridge over motorway. Source: London Cemeteries by Hugh Meller in The Jewish Year Book (1993), and personal knowledge of Derek Wenzerul ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

 

  • Silver Street Cemetery, Goffs Oak, Cheshunt. Herts.:

This cemetery is a one of the principal cemeteries of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations, whose member congregations are primarily in the London Area

Directions: M25 London Orbital motorway Junction 25, north onto A10 Gt. Cambridge Rd, left at roundabout B198 towards Goffs Oak, left at roundabout onto B156 towards Cuffley, either left at Halstead Hill, right into Silver Street or left into Jones Road, left into Silver Street. Cemetery is on south side of Silver Street. Source: "London Cemeteries" by Hugh Meller in The Jewish Year Book (1993), and personal knowledge of Derek Wenzerul ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) has burial listings. [December 2000]

It is now possible to find date of death and location of grave via e-mail of anyone buried at one of the Adath cemeteries in London (in Enfield or Cheshunt). There are 12,000 names from late 1920's to the present. To do so, e-mail Yitz Katz ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) with the name (alternative spellings, if not sure) and (approximate) date of death. Source: Saul Issroff ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) and Derek Wenzeru.

 

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