|NY State: BINGHAMTON: (Broome County)|
also see Conklin
tombstone images online. A fee charged. [April 2010]
Jewish population in 1919 was 1500 and cemetery without name listed in 1919 in "Directory of Jewish Local Organizations in the United States", pp. 330-583, American Jewish Year Book 5680 September 25, 1919 to Sept. 12, 1920, vol. 21, edited by Harry Schneiderman for the American Jewish Comm and submitted by Alan Hirschfeld.
Broome County Synagogues: "Beth David Synagogue and Temple Israel have burial societies, Chevra Kadisha, which prepare the body for burial according to Jewish law. The Chevra Kadisha of Beth David may be reached by calling Steven Feuer or Rabbi Asher Vale. The Chevra Kadisha of Temple Israel may be reached by calling David Schlam, 729-1312, or through Parson's Funeral Home. Cemetery through Beth David Synagogue for its cemetery in Conklin: call Steven Feuer at Clintwood Pharmacy, 729-2234. Temple Israel's cemetery is in Conklin, call Steven Stein, home, 729-4346 or work, 723-5481.
Sons of Israel Cemetery: Sons of Israel has been called Temple Israel for more than fifty years. Source: Theodore Smith, Reston, VA [June 2001] see Temple Israel Riverside Cemetery.
Temple Israel Riverside Cemetery: Conklin Road, Binghamton, NY 13903, (607) 724-6790
West Lawn Cemetery Association: Incorporated in 1906. Owns and operates West Lawn Cemetery, a not-for-profit Jewish cemetery located on Burbank Avenue in Johnson City, not affiliated with any area congregation. Plots are available to any member of the local Jewish community. All internments require the assistance of an area congregational rabbi. More information may be obtained from Sheldon Gerber, 754-2070." 
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