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Coat of arms of Wildeshausen. 52°53′35″N 8°25′53″E. Wildeshausen (Low Saxon: Wilshusen) is a town and the capital of the Oldenburg district in Lower Saxony on the river Hunte.Wikipedia. Located in grand duchy that includes nine Jewish communities, among which are Delmenhorst, Jever, Oldenburg, Varel, Vechta, and Wildeshausen. [August 2012]
Yizkor: Title: Geschichte der Juden in Wildeshausen. Author: Werner Meiners. Publication Date: 1988. available at Princeton Univ. library, call no. DS 135 G4 W57 M4

CEMETERY: 27793 Lower Saxony (Gerz, Peters)

General names index. 86 tombstones, 1787-1919.

See book listed in Niedersachsen in General Section. Source: Tagger, Mathilde A. Printed Books on Jewish cemeteries in the Jewish National and University Library in Jerusalem: an annotated bibliography. Jerusalem: The Israel Genealogical Society, 1997.

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