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Community established in 1823. For Community Information, see Glasgow on JCR-UK.

Glasgow Hebrew Burial Society, 222 Fenwick Road, Giffnock, Glasgow, G46 6UE, Scotland. [December 2000]

 

  • Cardonald Cemetery: 547 Mosspark Blvd. G52. Used by the small Reform congregation, Glasgow New Synagogue, Ayr Rd. Newton Mearns, Glasgow G77. Contains about 90 burials listed with congregation. Source: Scottish Jewish Archive Center list of burials, 127 Hill St. Glasgow G36UB United Kingdom supplied by Harvey L. Kaplan, MA, 1/L 11 Millwood St. Glasgow, G41 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
  • Cathcart Hebrew Cemetery: Netherlee Rd., Glasgow G44. Used by Queens Park Hebrew Congregation, Falloch Road, Glasgow G42, which holds the register of over 1,100 burials. Source: Scottish Jewish Archive Center list of burials, 127 Hill St. Glasgow G36UB United Kingdom supplied by Harvey L. Kaplan, MA, 1/L 11 Millwood St. Glasgow, G41 3JY Tel: 041-649-4526 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
  • Craigton Cemetery: 1881-1897 more than 230 burials (SJAC) source: Scottish Jewish Archive Center list of burials, 127 Hill St. Glasgow G36UB United Kingdom supplied by Harvey L. Kaplan, MA, 1/L 11 Millwood St. Glasgow, G41 3JY This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
  • Elayon Necropolis: The Australian Jewish Historical Society - Victoria Inc. has lists of inscriptions from Jewish gravestones here (as at August 1993). Further information may be obtained from the Honorary Secretary, Mrs. Beverley Davis, P.O. Box 255, Camberwell, Victoria 3124. Please include 3 international reply coupons when requesting information.
  • Glenduffhill Cemetery: 1934 to date; next door to Sandymount. List with Glasgow Hebrew Burial Society (see Sandymount below for address) Source: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This cemetery was desecrated: source: Date Line World Jewry, World Jewish Congress: 4/1997
  • Janefield Cemetery: 1856 - 1935c; Eastern Necropolis; more than 500 burials (SJAC) source: Scottish Jewish Archive Center list of burials, 127 Hill St. Glasgow G36UB United Kingdom supplied by Harvey L. Kaplan, MA, 1/L 11 Millwood St. Glasgow, G41 3JY. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • Necropolis: 1832-1851; 53 burials; (SJAC) See: Scottish Jewish Archive Center list of burials, 127 Hill St. Glasgow G36UB United Kingdom supplied by Harvey L. Kaplan, MA, 1/L 11 Millwood St. Glasgow, G41 3JY. Tel: 041-649-4526, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . A column marks the entrance to the "Jewish Enclosure." Though the tombs inside the enclosure are now overgrown, the ones just outside the enclosed area can still be examined. They mark the graves of Jews who married non-Jews, their peripheral burial sites denoting their marginal status in the community when alive. Source: Marlena Thomason, in article "Jewish Glasgow" in Washington Jewish Week, 9/17/1988
  • Riddrie Cemetery: Provanmill Rd., 1909-1977 approximately 730 burials (SJAC) source: Scottish Jewish Archive Center list of burials, 127 Hill St. Glasgow G36UB United Kingdom supplied by Harvey L. Kaplan, MA, 1/L 11 Millwood St. Glasgow, G41 3JY This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • Sandymount Cemetery: Hallhill Road., Barlanark; 1908-1993; Glasgow Hebrew Burial Society, 49 Coplaw St., Glasgow G42 has list; about 2200 burials (SJAC) source: Scottish Jewish Archive Center list of burials, 127 Hill St. Glasgow G36UB United Kingdom supplied by Harvey L. Kaplan, MA, 1/L 11 Millwood St. Glasgow, G41 3JY This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it [December 2000].  http://www.jgsgb.ort.org/bury03.htm has additional information.
  • Western Necropolis Cemetery: Tresta Road., Maryhill; over 1000 burials (SJAC) source: Scottish Jewish Archive Center list of burials, 127 Hill St. Glasgow G36UB United Kingdom supplied by Harvey L. Kaplan, MA, 1/L 11 Millwood St. Glasgow, G41 3JY This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
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