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DASSEL, Solling, incorporating LÜTHORST - MARKOLDENDORF, MACKENSEN and SIEVERSHAUSEN: 37586 Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen) (Gerz, Peters).

DISTRICT: Northeim.

LOCATION OF CEMETERY: I. Dassel Sievershäuser Strasse.

IN USE:  From 1850 to 1935.

NUMBER OF GRAVESTONES: 21.

DOCUMENTATION:

  • 1988 by Professor Schaller, copies of all gravestone inscriptions with translations.
  • In the 1980s this cemetery was restored by students from local schools and a memorial plaque was dedicated.

SOURCE: University of Heidelberg.

 

LOCATION OF CEMETERY: II a. Lüthorst Am Steinberg, Steinbergstrasse.

NOTE:

  • The Jewish population of Lüthorst (Luethorst) was small and eventually merged with that of the equally small nearby Markoldendorf community. No records of the Lüthorst cemetery survived, except for the fact that it no longer exists (Karte LK Hanover), and that it was Am Steinberg in the Steinbergstrasse.

SOURCES: University of Heidelberg and Historisches Handbuch pages 1024-1030 (DNB).

 

LOCATION OF CEMETERY: II b. Markoldendorf Eickestrasse.

NOTE:

  • A burial ground of about 2300 sq.yds, was reported to have been acquired Am Linsenbrink in 1844, following extended disputes, located to the north of Lüthorst. It is now a meadow without any indication as to its original function.

SOURCES: University of Heidelberg and Historisches Handbuch pages 1024-1030 (DNB).

 

LOCATION OF CEMETERY: III. Mackensen continue on  Forststrasse to green arrow.

IN USE: From 1837 until 1900.

NUMBER OF GRAVESTONES: 20.

DOCUMENTATION:

  • 1985 by Professor Schaller (copies of all gravestone inscriptions).

PUBLICATIONS: History in Mittendorf 1985.

NOTE:

 

LOCATION OF CEMETERY: IV. Sievershausen first (small) cemetery Am Hegebusch, Hubertusweg,second in nearby Im Hai.

IN USE: from 1824 until 1935.

NUMBER OF GRAVESTONE: 28.

DOCUMENTATION: 1988 photographs of all gravestones with copies of inscriptions by Schaller.

PUBLICATIONS: History by Dietert 1989, pages 161-163.

NOTE:

SOURCES: University of Heidelberg and Historisches Handbuch pages 1383-1386 (DNB).

(Researched and translated from German July 2009).

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