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For information on the former Jewish community of Doncaster, see Doncaster on JCR-UK.


  • Rose Hill Cemetery, Cantley Lane, Doncaster DN4

The first burial in the Rose Hill Cemetery was in 1936 and the last was in 2006 (although the congregation closed in 1979).

Prior to the opening of the cemetery - "Arrangements have been made between ...[the Leeds Old Hebrew C]ongregation and the newly-formed congregation at Doncaster whereby the former are granting burial facilities in their cemetery at Gildersome." [Jewish Chronicle 26 June 1914, page 32 - Source: Harold Pollins]

JCR-UK includes a Searchable Database of those buried in this Cemetery, plus photographs of the headstones (approximately 70 interments) and a description of the Cemetery. Source - David Shulman, Webmaster JCR-UK, [June 2014].

ACCESS: The cemetery is railed off and there is a separate entrance via a passageway to the left of the main cemetery. Source - David Shulman, Webmaster JCR-UK, [September 2016]


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