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International Jewish Cemetery Project - England

 

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

"The Commission was established by Royal Charter in 1917 ... to mark and maintain the graves of the members of the forces of the Commonwealth who were killed in the two World Wars, to build memorials to those who have no known grave and to keep records and registers, including, after the Second World War, a record of the Civilian War Dead." Name searchable from the site http://www.cwgc.org/.  Commonwealth War Graves Commission has records of WWI and WWII burials around the world of member countries of the Commonwealth of Nations.
Main Office:
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
2 Marlow Road
Maidenhead
Berkshire
SL6 7DX
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1628 634221     Fax: +44 1628 771208     E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Jewish Memorial Council

The Council was established in 1919 to commemorate the services rendered by Jews in the UK and British Empire in WW1 by establishing an organization that will carry on the Jewish tradition as a permanent ennobling force in the lives of Jews in the UK.
Jewish Memorial Council
25 Enforce Street
London W1H 2DD
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 20 7724 7778       Fax: +44 20 7706 1710       E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

AJEX (Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen)

The AJEX Jewish Military Museum now has a computerised Record of Honour which allows visitors to search for their own details or those of any relatives who were involved in the armed forces from World War II to the present day. - Visits to the Museum are by appointment only.

Address:
AJEX Jewish Military Museum
Shield House
Harmony Way (off Victoria Road)
Hendon
London NW4 2BX
Tel: 020 8202 2323
Fax: 020 8202 9900
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Web-site: www.ajex.org.uk
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday 2.00pm - 4.30 pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

 

The Australian Jewish Historical Society-Victoria Inc.

The Society has lists of inscriptions from Jewish gravestones from various cemeteries worldwide cemeteries.  Further information may be obtained from the Honorary Secretary, PO Box 608, Carnegie, Victoria 3163, Australia.  Please include 3 international reply coupons when requesting information.

WORLD WAR I BURIALS
Records of Jewish soldiers buried in Australian and overseas cemeteries maintained by the Australian War Graves Commission.  English cemeteries include:
Blackley Jewish Cemetery, Manchester
Chatham Memorial Synagogue Burial Ground, North Kent
Willesden Jewish Cemetery, London

WORLD WAR I MEMORIALS
BATH:
IPSWICH: Rogers Court, St. Clements
PENZANCE:
SHEERNESS:
Isle of Sheppey Cemetery, Queensboro.
Hope Street Cemetery.
SOUTHAMPTON: Hollybrook Memorial 
SUNDERLAND: Bishopwearmouth Cemetery