Rice Lane – This cemetery was the first non-synagogue associated burial ground founded in Liverpool. The Liverpool Hebrew Burial Society opened its cemetery in 1896. It was in regular use, primarily by members of the smaller chevrot, until 1981; occasional burials continued until 2004. About 4710 interments have taken place there. However, 940 relate to stillbirth, neo-natal, and other (child) burials which have no specific plot reference; thus only 3770 records are accessible here.
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