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  1. May 27, 2020 · Samuel Moses. 1807-1873. Trader. Samuel Moses was the first person to be laid to rest in Willesden Cemetery, his burial taking place in October 1873 before the new cemetery was quite ready. His life story attests to twin British and Jewish experiences of the 19th century: he was a member of the intermarried Jewish families known as “The ...

  2. Sep 10, 2020 · A buried treasure trove of history: Willesden Jewish Cemetery offers heritage experience. Chief rabbis, Rothschilds, business leaders and major figures from the arts and science worlds are laid to ...

  3. This is a list of people buried at Willesden Jewish Cemetery at Beaconsfield Road, Willesden, in the London Borough of Brent, England. Willesden Jewish Cemetery, which opened in 1873, has 29,800 graves; three of the tombs, including that of Rosalind Franklin, are listed at Grade II by Historic England.

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  5. Burial space for London’s 35,000 Jews was running short. As families began to move westward to suburbs like Paddington and Bayswater, the community sought land for a new cemetery on that side of the city. Willesden Cemetery was the first joint project of the United Synagogue. This was formed by five London synagogues in 1870.

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  7. • Acquired remains from Springfield's first burying place (Elm St.) in 1848. Oldest know burial dates to 1657 -- Mary (Pynchon) Holyoke, daughter of Springfield's founder, William Pynchon. More than 2,000 remains were unidentified and placed in a mass grave.

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