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DRESDEN: 01099 Saxony (Gerz)

  • I, Pulsnitzer Str. 12
  • II, Fiedlerstr. 3. Chronik der Juden in Dresden by Adolf Diamant. Darmstadt: Agora 1973, ISBN 3-87008-032-9, 521 pp. [Ch. VIII "Die Friedhoefe": 204-225. Table of births, marriages and deaths, 1786-1820, photocopy: item #: 169. I 55 2). Source: LBI

Until 1751, Dresden used cemetery at TEPLICE-SOBEDRUHY (US Commission No. CZCE000173) Alternate name: Soborten in German. Sobedruhy is part of the town of Teplice, Usti nad Labem, Bohemia, Czech Republic at 50°38′N 13°49′E[February 2009]

[UPDATE] Kehila Links page on Dresden [October 2014]

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