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A very small Jewish congregation existed until the 1960's, but is now defunct. For Community Information, see Inverness on JCR-UK.



Tomnahurich New Cemetery, Jewish Section,: Glenurquhart Road, Inverness IV3.

Opened 1906; (SJAC) Source: Scottish Jewish Archive Center list of burials, 127 Hill St. Glasgow G36UB United Kingdom supplied by Harvey L. Kaplan, MA, 1/L 11 Millwood St. Glasgow, G41 3JY  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

"The Jewish community in Inverness have just completed an arrangement with the Town Council, by which they have acquired a piece of ground to be utilised as a cemetery. The ground is in the town cemetery. The need of a Jewish cemetery has been felt for a number of years, as former interments always took place in Glasgow over two hundred miles distant. A recent death  - that of a young lad of fourteen years who had only just arrived from his home in Russia  - determined the congregation to take this step. His body was the first buried in the new ground." [Jewish Chronicle, 12 January 1906, page 45. Source: Harold Pollins]

There are about 23 graves dating from 1906 until 1997, the records of 20 of which are searchable through the JOWBR Database on JewishGen.

Scottish Jewish Cemeteries website ( includes a searchable database in respect of "over 20 burials" at this cemetery.  [September 2016]


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