Jewish Cemeteries in Argentina

Search for burial records of the Jewish cemeteries in Argentina

Some Jewish Cemeteries in Argentina

Here you will find a list of some Jewish cemeteries of Argentina organized by area. You can search here for burial records in the Jewish cemeteries of Buenos Aires area, Bahia Blanca area and the colony of Basavilbaso, Entre Rios. The majority of the Jewish population is concentrated in Buenos Aires, so these cemeteries are those with the greatest number of graves. In the Jewish cemetery of La Tablada (Buenos Aires area, created around 1942) there are about 100,000 graves. And, by the other hand, there are a lot of very little Jewish cemeteries in the whole country. We will be adding more cemeteries soon.

 


Jewish Cemeteries in Buenos Aires area

Jewish Cemeteries included in this area are:

  • * La Tablada (Ashkenazi, the biggest one, searchable)
  • * Berazategui(Ashkenazi, searchable)
  • * Liniers(Ashkenazi, the oldest one)
  • * Ciudadela (an Ashkenazic searchable part, and a Sephardic part)
  • * Bancalari (Sephardi, ladino speaking)
  • * Lomas de Zamora (Ashkenazi)
  • * Lomas de Zamora (Jews of Syria)
  • * Avellaneda (Moroccan Jews)

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South Entre Rios area

  • * Basavilbaso (Ashkenazi, searchable)

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Bahia Blanca area

Jewish Cemeteries included in this area are:

  • * Bahia Blanca (Ashkenazi, searchable)
  • * Colonia Medanos (Ashkenazi, searchable)

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Patagonia area

  • * Rio Negro (Ashkenazi, searchable)

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Villaguay area

Jewish Colonies included in this area are:

  • * Villaguay (head)
  • * Villa Dominguez (Colonia Clara)
  • * Villa Clara (Colonia Belez)
  • * Ing. Sajaroff
  • * Colonia Carmel
  • * San Gregorio (Colonia Sonnenfeld)

1895 Census of Villaguay area Jewish Colonies

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