Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington.
Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington (Office & Archives)
The Goldring/Woldenburg Institute of Southern Jewish Life: Initially designed to represent Jews and Jewish culture in Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, and Tennessee, the museum reflects the entire South.
Peninsula Jewish Historical Society
See Washington, DC for more information on the cemeteries and synagogues in the Washington, DC Area.
Note: Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Werth compiled archival lists and locations of Jewish cemeteries in VA. Samuel Werth, Lafayette Executive Center, Suite #101, 5750 Chesapeake Boulevard, Norfolk, VA 23513. office: (757) 857-1504 These are available at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond, on microfilm at the Mormon libraries and at Tel-Aviv University Archives, Diaspora Research Institute. These indexes include more than 14,852 names and maps showing locations within the cemetery. Each cemetery is indexed individually and not computerized. The data below is from Mr. Werth unless otherwise indicated. Key to listing sequence for the WERTH information is CITY, Cemetery Name: Sec., # of index books/# of deceased. Found in Werth Indexes, AJA. American Jewish Archives, 3101 Clifton Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio 45220-2488. Tel: )513) 221-1875, FAX: (513) 221-7812. E-mail: AJA contact form.