AHSEN (Recklinghausen): North Rhine-Westphalia Print

The administration of the Vest Recklinghausen was divided into two parts, with the eastern part administered by Recklinghausen. The town of Recklinghausen including the parish of Recklinghausen and the parishes Ahsen, Datteln, Flaesheim, Hamm-Bossendorf, Henrichenburg, Herten, Horneburg, Oer, Suderwich, Waltrop and Westerholt. Circa 1815, the Vest was made a Bürgermeisterei, with the town becoming the seat.

AHSEN: (Now 45711 Datteln) 4354 North Rhine-Westphalia (Gerz) Der Heidegarten.

CEMETERY: Location: south the lip behind the sports field, on Heidgartenweg. Used 1824 - 1873. By 1873, five burials had taken place at the cemetery/ T he Nazis destroyed the site and removed the gravestones. After 1945, a memorial stone was erected but no gravestones remain. 174 square meters. The cemetery was opened in 1824 and until its closure in 1873 had only five burials. The Nazis destroyed the cemetery and took the gravestones. A memorial stone commemorates this cemetery. map and overview. [Sep 2012]

Recklinghausen. Approximately 1975 - 2000 by Heritage Office (Photos)

  • - History in Schneider 1983 , pp. 133, 135
  • - History in Schneider 1985 , pp. 10, part B.
  • - History in Westphalia-Lippe 1987 , p.116
  • - History in dates 1988 , p.22
  • - History in Handbook 2008 , pp. 282
  • Hartmut Stratmann, Günter Birkmann: Jewish Cemeteries in Westphalia and Lippe dkv the small Verlag, Dusseldorf, 1987. ISBN 3-924166-15-3 .
  • Theodor Beckmann, Thomas Mertens: Jews in Dates, History Workshop of the Community College of the City dates. 1988

 

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