|The goal of the IAJGS International Jewish Cemetery Project is
documentation of every Jewish burial site in the world.
(For individual burials, see JewishGen's JOWBR
Every Jewish cemetery or burial site listed in the project by town or city, country, and geographic region is based on current locality designation. Some listings include links to other websites with additional information such as burial lists or a name to contact by email or snail-mail.
Not every Jewish burial site has been identified. If you know of others not included in these pages or have additional information to share, please complete the Burial Site Survey found in the "Instructions and Information"
|IAJGS is unable to do the following on your behalf:
- Go to any cemetery or take pictures of tombstones.
- Make inquires at a cemetery office about any specific burial.
- Look up or provide documentation about any deceased individual or burial.
- Provide anyone with any genealogical information about any of deceased individual.
Queries about information accessible by searching the International Jewish Cemetery Project site as well requests for individual burial information will not receive a response from the project team. All information donated has been posted.
IAJGS thanks the following for their support of the International Jewish Cemetery Project:
Ellen Sadove Renck - Project Coordinator
Kitty Munson Cooper - HTML Coordinator (Webmaster)
Peter Strauss - Germany Project Leader
David M.R. Shulman - Geographic Advisor and Editor
Many volunteers have helped in the past, but special mention for help in converting to the new site goes to
Evamaria Brockhoff, Jason Hallgarten, Joachim Mugdan, Fritz Neubauer, Eva Radding, and Jeri Steele.
Special acknowledgement is made of H. Peter Sinclair, z"l for his extraordinary help with Germany.
Last Updated on Thursday, 07 March 2013 21:33