NORTH SHIELDS, Tyne & Wear: Print
For Community Information, see North Shields on JCR-UK.

Hawkes Lane, Preston: dating from about 1820.

North Shelds Burial Ground: Advertisement in Jewish Chronicle, 19 September 1874]:

This Congregation being compelled to purchase a space of ground for a Beth Chaim [in Hebrew] [sc cemetery, and being unable to accomplish this without aid, appeal to their brethren for assistance. Donations received - from Chief Rabbi, the Duke of Northumberland,- Lindsay MP, Hugh Taiken, Capt. Linskil, - Liddell MP, W.B. Beaumont. [Jewish Chronicle, 10 July 1857. Source: Harold Pollins]
North Shields has a freehold burial ground, and thus this congregation, which as a correspondent recently pointed out in our columns, should not neglect the dead when caring for the living"

The Newcastle Reform Congregation also uses a cemetery in North Shields.

Preston Cemetery: Special section for Jewish burials, from 1865

Last Updated on Friday, 27 August 2010 17:02