The Willesden United Synagogue Cemetery , usually known as Willesden Jewish Cemetery , is a cemetery for Jews at Beaconsfield Road, Willesden, in the London Borough of Brent, England. It opened in 1873 on a site. It has been described as the Rolls Royce of London s Jewish cemeteries and is designated Grade II on Historic England s Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willesden_Jewish_Cemetery
Willesden Jewish Cemetery has been a prestigious burial ground for London’s Jewish community since 1873. Thanks to investment by the National Lottery, the United Synagogue is opening up the cemetery for the wider public to discover and explore.
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Willesden Jewish Cemetery was created as an amenity for Victorian Jews of German and Dutch origin who settled in London. It has long been a prestigious place to be buried. The cemetery was opened in 1873 on former sheep grazing land that was bought by the United Synagogue, a union of five Jewish congregations in the City of London.
The Willesden United Synagogue Cemetery, usually known as Willesden Jewish Cemetery, is a cemetery for Jews at Beaconsfield Road, Willesden, in the London Borough of Brent, England. It opened in 1873 on a 20-acre (0.08 km 2) site. It has been described as the "Rolls Royce" of London's Jewish cemeteries and is designated Grade II on Historic ...
If you are planning a visit to the cemetery you may like to bring this information with you. Our friendly volunteers can then help you find the grave itself. Or, for more help, you can contact the United Synagogue Burial Society, telephone 020 8950 7767 Option 1, or email email@example.com. Find a grave online →. Download our cemetery ...
Willesden Jewish Cemetery is bursting with life. Come and discover the inspiring stories of generations buried here: hundreds of them were celebrities in their time, and many thousands more lived out their days beyond the glare of publicity. Here are chief rabbis and politicians, baronets and businessmen, tailors and teachers.
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