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Nederlandse Kring voor Joodse Genealogie (Netherlands Society for Jewish Genealogy)

Maurice Mol, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , P.O. Box 94703, 1090 GS Amsterdam, Netherland. E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . '; document.write( '' ); document.write( addy_text20248 ); document.write( '<\/a>' ); //--> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Website: http://www.nljewgen.org. Newsletter Misjpog.Contacts:

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The Virtual Jewish History Tour- Netherlands by David Shyovitz. [December 2002]

Dutch Genealogy Links: [December 2002]

See Netherlands link at http://www.worldjewishcongress.org/comm_west.html [October 2005]

Dutch Jewish History:  [December 2002]

Jewish Historical Museum, Jonas Daniel Meijerplein 2-4, Tel. (020) 269-945

Jewish Community Information [October 2000]

AKEVOTH (Traces)-Research of the family origins and heritage of Dutch Jewry (A.R.). Dutch Jewish genealogical information worldwide database. Amoetat Akevoth is an Israeli-based non-profit organization, run entirely by volunteers, maintaining an active branch in the Netherlands. Cenetery information in cooperation with the NIK-Organisation of Jewish communities in the Netherlands.[August 2009]

Beth Chaim Foundation: Netherlands Beth Chaim Foundation is in urgent need of funds to be able to work on the restoration of unique tombstones. The more than 223 Jewish cemeteries now are owned by a private organization that wishes to remain anonymous. All burial information on the cemeteries is available in the Joods Cultureel Centrum in Amsterdam and in Hilversum. According to a member of Beth Chaim, over the years, the municipalities in the Netherlands did nothing to maintain the cemeteries. Many of them are in a terrible condition. A small group of volunteers named themselves "Beth Chaim" [House of the Living]: The Workgroup Meppel" in Meppel gave guidance to more than 300 pupils and individuals in the summer of 1998 when they started the restoration of the Jewish cemetery in Meppel. In February 1999, the Beth Chaim Workgroup Meppel became Beth Chaim Foundation, working closely with a cemetery consultant responsible for all the Jewish cemeteries in the Netherlands. The Foundation cannot do anything without permission of the anonymous organization that owns the cemeteries. In March 2000, the Beth Chaim Foundation has restored two cemeteries and is working on more projects for the future. The Beth Chaim Foundation is an organization of Jewish people and people with a Jewish background with seven in the organization's management. Their goal is the restoration of Jewish cemeteries throughout The Netherlands by all kinds of people: students, Christians, and Jews. BCF emphasizes education of the youth of the Netherlands. Beth Chaim Foundation is a non-profit organization funded by donations and possibly by the council. Contact: Ron van Diejen, Secretary of the Beth Chaim Foundation in Meppel, The Netherlands for more information, e-mail: rovadian@rendo.dekooi.nl This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it In 2002, J. Bader published "Verborgen in Brabantse bodem. Joodse begraafplaatsen in Noord-Brabant" (Hidden Under the Brabant Floor.  Jewish Cemeteries in north-Brabant) (Tilburg, 2002; 240 p). With many photo's and illustrations and a CD-ROM on the hebrew texts on the graves for seventeen [sic] Jewish cemeteries in Brabant Province, Netherlands. Source: A. Vos, Netherlands, avos@filternet.nl . [January 2004] This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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# Burial Location
1 --MILITARY BURIALS--:
2 ALKMAAR:
3 ALMELO: (Overijssel)
4 ALTONA: (Germany) has burials from the Netherlands
5 AMERSFOORT: see Nijkerk
6 AMSTERDAM: OUDERKERK
7 ASSEN: (Drenthe, Ruinen)
8 BELLINGWOLDE:
9 BENNEKOM:
10 BLOKZIJL: (Overijssel)
11 BOLSWARD: (Friesland)
12 BORNE: (Overijssel)
13 BOURTANGE:
14 BRONKHORST - GELDERLAND:
15 BUNDE:
16 BUREN:
17 CULEMBURG:
18 DE KNIPE: (Friesland)
19 DEDEMSVAART: (Overijssel)
20 DELDEN-VILLAPARK: (Overijssel)
21 DEN HAAG: see HAGUE, The (Den Haag)
22 DEN HELDER:
23 DEVENTER: (Overijssel)
24 DIEPENHEIM:
25 DORST:
26 DRENTHE: see ASSEN
27 EINDHOVEN: (Noord-Brabant)
28 ELBURG:
29 EMDEN: (Friesland)
30 ENKHUIZEN
31 ENSCHEDE: (Overijssel)
32 GEERVLIET:
33 GOOR: (Overijssel)
34 GORREDIJK: (Friesland)
35 GRIJPSKERK: (Groningen)
36 GRONINGEN:
37 GRONINGEN: (Ost-Friesland)
38 GULPEN and Gulpen-Vaals: (Limburg)
39 HAAKSBERGEN: (Overijssel)
40 HAGUE, The (Den Haag)
41 HARDENBERG: (Overijssel)
42 HARDERWIJK:
43 HARLEM:
44 HARLINGEN: (Friesland)
45 HASSELT: (Overijssel)
46 HATTEM: (Gelderland)
47 HATTERN: (Gelderland)
48 HEERENVEEN: (Friesland)
49 HELLENDOORN: (Overijssel)
50 HENGELO: (Overijssel)
51 KNEEDWEG - ENSCHEDE: (Overijssel)
52 KNIK-DENEKAMP: (Overijssel)
53 LEEN:
54 LEEUWARDEN: (Friesland)
55 LEMMER: (Friesland)
56 MARGRATEN:
57 MEPPEL
58 MIDDELBURG: (Zeeland)
59 MUIDERBERG:
60 NIEUWESCHANS:
61 NIJKERK: see Amersfoort
62 OLDENBURG: see Ostfriesland
63 OLDENZAAL: (Overijssel)
64 OOTMARSUM: (Overijssel)
65 OSTFRIESLAND:
66 OUDERKERK aan de Amstel: See Amsterdam.
67 OUDERKERK: see Amsterdam
68 OVERIJSSEL:
69 PUTTE:
70 RAALTE:
71 RIJSSEN: (Overijssel)
72 RUINEN: see Assen
73 SNEEK: (Friesland)
74 STADSKANAAL:
75 STRIJEN
76 TER APEL:
77 TILBURG: (Noord-Brabant)
78 VLAARDINGEN:
79 VLAGTWEDDE:
80 WAGENINGEN:
81 WARFFUM: (Groningen)
82 Westerbork
83 WINSUM: (Groningen)
84 WINTERSWIJK: (Gelderland)
85 WORKUM: (Friesland)
86 ZALTBOMMEL:
87 ZEEBURG:
88 ZOOM:
89 ZWARSLUIS: (Overijssel)
90 ZWOLLE:
 
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