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HOHENLIMBURG:

58119 North Rhine-Westphalia (Gerz)

  • Der Juedische Friedhof in Hohenlimburg, Matthias and Adalbert Boning. DS135.G4 H641. 1986: Newton Center, Mass. J CemeteryAssn. of Massachusetts, 1987? Errata slip inserted. Bibliography: p. 132-133. ID # GT 3250 H64 B6 Source: LBI
  • A. Boening. Hagen, 1988. 194 pages, illustrated, German. S88B3265. Notes: 62 tombstones, 1823-1937, photocopy of cemetery register: 1891-1938. 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.

Iserlohn Street Cemetery:

Stadthagen. Iserlohn Street, formerly district Elsey, No. 430 (1860). Used before 1821 - disappeared around 1885, 1903. No gravestones. 12 grave stones in the cemetery are Heath Street cemetery. [Sep 2012]  - history in Böning 1988a , pp. 2-3, 13

Heath Street [Heidestrasse] Cemetery:

Stadthagen. Heidestrasse (hall 15, No. 222). Used 1885/86 to 1938. 62 gravestones visible. In 1941, the burial site was stolen by the Nazis. Until WWII, about 60 Russian forced laborers were buried there. Böning in 1988 presumed the loss of 45 gravestones. 12 visible gravestones date from an earlier cemetery on Iserlohn road. [Sep 2012]

- Approximately 1975 - 2000 by Heritage Office (Photos)
- 1986 by Adalbert and Matthias Böning (full documentation)
- History in Commemorative Paper 1981 , pp. 124 - 127
- History in Westphalia-Lippe 1987 , page 66
- Full documentation in Böning 1988a , pp. 19-99
- Transcription, translation (selection) commented in Böning 1998 , pp. 9 - 24


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