CAPE TOWN - Western Cape Prov.: Print

The second most populace city of South Africa and the legislative capital of the country. It is situated in he extreme southwest corner of the African continent.

  • The Jewish Community information for Cape Town [October 2000]: Archives. Synagogue.
  • The Great Synagogue also known as the Gardens Shul, dating from to the 1840s, has the most complete records of Jewish marriages, deaths etc. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • The First Jewish Cemetery: (1844-1886) Our group (The Jewish Family History Society of Cape Town) will be going to the second oldest cemetery in November 1997 to photograph and record all the details.
  • Albert Road Jewish Cemetery: Source: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , Cape Town, South Africa. Burial lists are obtainable on microfilm under the auspices of the United Council Orthodox Hebrew Congregation, Cape Town from the Mormon FHL
  • Muizenberg Cemetery: on Prince George Drive at the East end of Muizenberg, operated by the Municipality. August 2009 Vandalism: "Vandals have stripped the Tahara hall at the Muizenberg cemetery virtually bare - even making off with the burglar bars installed to protect it."  Another vandalism story. Tahara hall, was built in the early 1920s.  photo and story.  Muizenberg Hebrew Congregation. [September 2009]

  • 7th Avenue Cemetery: Source: Paul Cheifitz, Cape Town, South Africa: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Burial lists are obtainable on microfilm under the auspices of the United Council Orthodox Hebrew Congregation, Cape Town from the Mormon FHL:
    Mormon FHL films for Cape Town:
    Film no. 1560759 Marriages 1900-1938
    1560760 Marriages 1938-1962
    1560761 Marriages 1966-1971
    1560762 Cemetery Register Pinelands. Death Register
    1894-1949: 1560763
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