For Community Information, see Penzance on JCR-UK
The Lost Jews of Cornwall, edited by Keith Pearce and Helen Fry, published by Redcliff Press Ltd, reprinted June 2000, ISBN 1 900178 27 3, contains full transcriptions of the gravestones (and, where known, family relationships and other information) in respect of the Jewish cemetery in Penzance. [source: David Shulman, Ra'anana, Israel, 2005]
See Jewish Cemeteries in the West of England by Rabbi B. Susser (part of the Susser Archive): http://www.jewishgen.org/JCR-UK/susser/jewcemwest.htm.
CEMETERY: There is an historic walled Georgian Cemetery, with approximately 50 headstones. It can be accessed by way of a passageway between 19 and 20 Leskinnick Terrace, right at end of arch, cemetery on the left (Access by road unsuitable for cars.) Keys held by a Mr. Kieth Pearce phone +44 1736 368778. It is one of the disused cemeteries administered by the Board of Deputies of British Jews - General enquiries to the Board's Community Issues Division. [Jewish Year Book 2005]