Overview of the documentation of gravestones on the existed Jewish cemeteries in Moravia and Silesia

Batelov – founded at the end of 17.c., 420 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Iva Steinová

Bohumín – founded 1898, 35 gravestones, owner Adventist church Ostrava, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Libuše Salomonovičová

Boskovice – founded in the 2.half of 16.c., 2400 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.chewra.com, processed by Jaroslav Haidler

Brno – founded 1852, 9000 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Petr Špunar

Brtnice – old cem. founded in the 2.half of 17.c., 433 gravestones, new cem. founded 1858, 278 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Václav Chvátal

Brumov – founded in the half of18.c., 44 gravestones, owner town Brumov-Bylnice, no documentation

Bruntál – founded 1870, 1 gravestone, owner town Bruntál

Břeclav – founded 16.c., 238 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by group of students from Israel

Bučovice – founded in the 16.-17.c., 376 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, no documentation

Bzenec – founded at the end of 16.c., 903 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, no documentation

Český Těšín – founded 1926, 86 gravestones, owner town Český Těšín, no documentation

Dambořice – founded in the 16.-17.c., 569 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Jana Gruberová

Dolní Bolíkov – founded at the end of 17.c., 128 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Praha, documentation is stored at Matana company Praha, processed by Iva Steinová

Dolní Kounice – old cem. founded in the 16.c., 1 gravestone, owner private person, new cem. founded 1680, 852 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, no documentation

Frýdek-Místek – founded 1882, 396 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Ostrava, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Libuše and Michal Salomonovič

Hlučín – founded 1814, 43 gravestones (and 130 fragments), owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Jaroslav Klenovský (need to complete), photo Tadeáš Bednarz

Hodonín –old cem. founded in the 16.c., 6 gravestones, new cem. founded 1939, 33+20 gravestones, owner town Hodonín, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Jaroslav Klenovský

Holešov – founded in the 15.-16.c., 1851 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.chewra.com, processed by Jaroslav Haidler

Hranice – founded about 1635, 627 gravestones, owner town Hranice, documentation is stored at Town office Hranice, processed by Miroslav Marada, documentation available at the www.chewra.com, processed by Jaroslav Haidler

Hustopeče – founded 1886, 1 gravestone, owner town Hustopeče

Ivančice – founded in the 2.half of the 15.c., 1800 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Věra Jelínková and Daniel Polakovič

Ivanovice n.H. – founded at the end of 16.c., 232 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, no documentation

Jablunkov – founded 1903, 35 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Josef Byrtus and Jaroslav Klenovský, photo Tadeáš Bednarz

Jemnice – founded in the 14.-16.c., 393 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, no documentation (a list of buried in the years 1743-1933 available in Jewish museum Praha)

Jevíčko – founded 1836, 25 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Praha, no documentation

Jihlava – founded 1868-70, 1171 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Václav Chvátal

Jiřice by Miroslav – founded in the 18.c., 130 gravestones, owner village Jiřice, documentation available at the www.chewra.com, processed by Jaroslav Haidler

Kojetín – founded 1574, 426 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Zuzana Krybusová and Tony Hausner

Koryčany – founded in the 2.half of the 16.c., 263 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, no documentation

Krnov – founded 1872, 293 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Libuše Salomonovičová

Kroměříž – founded 1924, 7 gravestones, owner town Kroměříž, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Jaroslav Klenovský

Lednice – founded at the end of 17.c., 11 gravestones, owner village Lednice, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Jaroslav Klenovský

Lipník n.B. – old cem. founded 1567, 159 gravestones, new cem. founded 1883, 225 gravestones, owner town Lipník n.B., no documentation (a book of buried in the years 1887-1940 available in JM Praha)

Lomnice – founded in the beg. of the 18.c., 794 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Václav Chvátal

Loštice – founded 1554, 658 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Jaroslav Haidler

Markvarec – founded 1794, 241 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Praha, documentation is stored at Matana company Praha, processed by Iva Steinová, documentation available at the www.chewra.com, processed by Jaroslav Haidler

Mikulov – founded in the half of the 16.c., 4402 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Barbora Leskovjanová

Miroslav – founded at the end of 16.c., 475 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Aleš Bednařík and Jaroslav Haidler

Mohelnice – founded 1904-6, 15 gravestones, owner town Mohelnice, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Jaroslav Klenovský, photo Tadeáš Bednarz

Moravské Budějovice – founded 1908-9, 49 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Jaroslav Klenovský

Moravský Krumlov – founded in the 16.c., 407 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Eva Grunová and Jaroslav Haidler

Olomouc – founded 1900-1, 1530 gravestones, owner town Olomouc, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Miroslav Papoušek

Olšany – founded in the half of the 18.c., 118 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Praha, no documentation

Opava – founded 1890-92, 447 gravestones, owner town Opava, documentation available at the www.chewra.com, processed by Jaroslav Haidler

Orlová – founded 1901, 63 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Ostrava, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Libuše Salomonovičová

Osoblaha – founded in the 15.-16.c., 413 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.chewra.com, processed by Jaroslav Haidler

Ostrava-Michálkovice – founded 1901, 18 gravestones, owner town Ostrava, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Libuše Salomonovičová

Ostrava-Slezská – founded 1965, 140 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Ostrava, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Libuše and Michal Salomonovič

Písečné n.D. – founded in the beg. of the 18.c., 437 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Praha, documentation is stored at Matana company Praha, processed by Iva Steinová and Daniel Polakovič, documentation available at the www.chewra.com, processed by Jaroslav Haidler

Podivín – founded in the 16.-17.c., 751 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, no documentation

Pohořelice – founded 1722, 1148 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Iva Steinová

Police by Jemnice – founded after 1670, 260 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, no documentation

Prostějov – founded 1908, 472 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by students of J.Wolker-highschool in Prostějov

Přerov – founded 1882, 384 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, no documentation

Puklice – founded at the end of 17.c., 112 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, no documentation

Rousínov – founded in the 16.c., 1146 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Daniel Polakovič

Slavkov by Brno – founded 1744, 471 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, no documentation

Strážnice – founded in the 18.c., 1106 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Michael Gordy and Daniela Torsh, (the duplicate also Iva Steinová)

Svitavy – founded 1887-92, 3 gravestones, owner town Svitavy

Šafov – founded at the end of 17.c., 950 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, no documentation

Šumperk – founded 1907-9, 35 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Jaroslav Klenovský, photo Tadeáš Bednarz

Telč–old cem. - founded in the 16.c., 153 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Praha, documentation is stored at Matana company Praha, processed by Iva Steinová

Telč-new cem. - founded 1879, 155 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Iva Steinová

Tovačov – founded in the 17.c., 291 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Veronika Olšanská

Třebíč – founded in the 16.-17.c., 2600 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Daniel Polakovič

Třešť – founded at the end of the 17.c., 1306 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Iva Steinová

Třinec – founded in the beg. of 20.c., 2 gravestones, owner town Třinec

Uherský Brod – founded 1870, 1085 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by L.Zámečník and M.Kalandřík, highschool students in Uherský Brod

Uherský Ostroh – founded 1862, 404 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Radek Nožička

Úsov – founded in the half of the 17.c., 862 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Iva Steinová

Valašské Meziříčí – founded 1870, 17 gravestones, owner town V.Meziříčí, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Libuše Salomonovičová

Velká n.V. – founded 1886, 34 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Martin Dosoudil and Jaroslav Klenovský

Velké Karlovice – founded 1889, 50 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Ostrava, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Libuše Salomonovičová

Velké Meziříčí – founded 1650, 1501 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Brno, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Václav Chvátal

Veselí n.M. – founded in the half of 18.c., 200 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Vladimír Groš

Vsetín – founded 1886-7, 115 gravestones, owner Jewish com. Ostrava, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Libuše Salomonovičová

Vyškov – founded 1888-91, 59 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Jaroslav Klenovský

Zlaté Hory – founded 1897, 1 gravestone, owner town Zlaté Hory

Zlín – founded 1935, 10 gravestones, owner town Zlín, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by Marcel Sladkowski and Jaroslav Klenovský

Znojmo – founded 1868, 121 gravestones, owner Federation of JC in the ČR, documentation available at the www.zob.cz, processed by David Grossmann

Note:

Cemetery plans and transcripts of the texts of the gravestones were made by different authors in unequal methodologies and in different versions - we respect this fact.

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