History. The cemetery was founded in 1871 and laid out in 1872 to meet the increasing demand from the eastern suburbs of London. The first interment was in August 1872 and the cemetery remains open.
The Brady Street Cemetery is a historic Jewish cemetery on Brady Street in Whitechapel in the East End of London, E1. The cemetery opened in 1761 as the burial ground for the New Synagogue and was subsequently used by the Great Synagogue. It was closed to further burials from 1857. Several notable people are buried there.
Nearby attractions include Willesden Jewish Cemetery (0.7 miles), Roundwood Park (0.6 miles), and Rent A Routemaster Ltd (0.6 miles). See all nearby attractions. What are some of the property amenities at The Stay Club?
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