Long Lane – The New Hebrew (Hope Place) congregation opened the Long Lane cemetery in 1921, as the Green Lane burial ground could not be expanded. It remained that congregation’s burial ground until the closure of Hope Place’s successor, the Greenbank Drive synagogue in 2008. The cemetery remains active, as a burial location for former Greenbank Drive members and reserved plot interments. Records for about 920 burials are included (to the end of 2018). No information relating to stillbirth/neo-natal interments exists for this cemetery though, based on the period covered, about 30 such burials would be expected. Also excluded are records for about 20 unmarked plots which may be occupied but, due to a fire at Greenbank Drive synagogue, no register records exist.
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