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DORSTEN:

46282 North Rhine-Westphalia (Gerz) Source of some details: director of the Amt Hervest-Dorsten, letter of 1961 (also see Erle)

  • · Am Naturpark Hasselbecke: An open field (5/2) with the size of 1.505 sq. meters

225 on the main road [Bundesstrasse 22] to Marl in the Natural Park Hassel Becke, south of the Lippe, 2 km east of the center. Used 1815 - 1941, oldest gravestone 1828. 29 gravestones are visible. The property was dedicated by 1628 as a charter "Jews field." Between 1815 and 1941 there were about 140 burials. The Nazis destroyed and removed many stones. In 1980, Schneider documented another 24 grave stone inscriptions.

- Approximately 1975 - 2000 by Heritage Office (Photos)

- 1980 - 1985 by Werner Schneider (full documentation)

- 2001 by Professor Makers (Photo: cemetery grave stones and views)

- Assignment list (select) history in Schneider 1983 , p.23

- Full documentation in Schneider 1985 , pp. 13 - 14, 15 - 17, Part B.

- History in Westphalia-Lippe 1987 , p.117

- History in Dorsten, 1989 , pp. 106 - 122, 124th

- History in Shalom 4/2001 , np

- History in Shalom 12/2001 , np

- History in Handbook 2008 , pp. 290f

  • · Ot. Lembeck, Holtberg: Open field #1: (1275/09; size: 321 sq. meters. Open field #2: (435/178-179; size: 821 sw. meters
  • · Ot. Wulfen Auf der Koppel: Open field 27 (79; size 81 square meter

CEMETERY: Located In the paddock, west of the railway Dorsten-Münster. Used 1838-1937. Visible gravestones: None. The Nazis devastated the burial ground. According to Schneider 12 graves remain with no gravestones, but a plaque from the 1980s remembers the victims of the Holocaust. [Sep 2012]
- History in Schneider 1985, pp. 14, part B.
- History in Westphalia-Lippe 1987, p.117
- History in Dorsten, 1989, p 123
- History in Handbook 2008, page 297

 

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