|CARDIFF, South Glamorgan: (3 burial sites)|
For information on the Jewish community and congregations of Cardiff, the capital of Wales, see Cardiff on JCR-UK.
Chevra Kaddishah (Orthodox) - Cardiff United Synagogue Chevra Kaddishah, Cyncoed Gardens, Penylan, Cardiff CF23 5SL, Wales
UPDATE: Contact information is as follows: A.Blasebalk esq, c/o Cardiff United Synagogue Office, Cyncoed Gardens, Penylan, Cardiff, Wales, UK
Chevra Kaddishah (Reform) - Cardiff Reform Synagogue. Chevra Kaddishah, c/o Cardiff Reform Synagogue, Moira Terrace, Cardiff CF24 0EJ, Wales, UK
Formerly known as the "New" synagogue. Source: Simon Masters, Information Dept, Cardiff Reform Synagogue [May 2011]
Land for this cemetery was reputedly donated by the Marquis of Bute in 1841.
First burials date from 1845, although earliest legible tombstone is 1852.
Access: Locked. Key c/o Cardiff United Synagogue.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 12 January 2017 22:40|