BURLINGTON: Chittenden County Print

general Chittenden County information. [September 2005]

Jewish population in 1919 was 850. Records are at Congregation Ohavi Zedik; contact: George Solomon, phone: 802-852-5343

BOOK: Samuelson, Myron. The Story of the Jewish Community of Burlington, Vermont 1976.

Ahavath Gerim Cemetery: on Patchen Road (opposite side of street to Hebrew Holy Society Cemetery. [22 January 2001] website of congregation [March 2011]

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(Only one closeup of a gatepost plaque is shown; the two plaques are identical)

 

Hebrew Holy Society Cemetery: AKA Patchen Rd. Cemetery and Old Ohavi Zedek Synagogue CemeteryDirections: [September 2005]

Patchen Rd. Cemetery. see Hebrew Holy Society Cemetery

Old Jewish Cemetery: see Old Ohavi Zedek Synagogue Cemetery [September 2005]

Old Ohavi Zedek Synagogue Cemetery: on North Ave. Newer cemetery is known as Hebrew Holy Society Cemetery on Patchen Road. [22 January 2001]

UPDATE: congregational website. "Eighteen people created Ohavi Zedek Synagogue, Vermont's oldest and largest Jewish Congregation, in 1885." 188 North Prospect Street [September 2005]

directions [March 2011]

Photos courtesy Merle Kastner

 

Temple Sinai Cemetery: uses part of Lakeview Cemetery on North Avenue (2 sections). [22 January 2001]

Congregational website: Temple dates from 1966. [September 2005]

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 March 2011 23:05