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  • Municipal Cemetery: A few mid-1800's graves are on the way to the skyride, on the left side of the road but set apart from the rest of the markers of the old cemetery by a clump of trees situated at the edge of the town cemetery. Contact: Dr. Gerald Morris (90B Proctor Street, Christchurch 5. phone and fax: 03.352-4764). Queenstown cemetery is located on Brecon St. next to the gondola terminal. The Lakes District Council, address Private Bag 50072, Queenstown, administers the municipal cemetery. However, the Jewish congregation once owned it. Bendix Hallenstein was mayor of Queenstown and acquired the site. The nearest synagogue is and always was in Dunedin. There are only 2 graves in the Jewish section. Source: Pamela Broadbent, Wellington, New Zealand; e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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