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Died 15 April 1902, aged 62 years.
Wife of Henry Jackson

These photographs were taken by Peter Gatoff. They were indexed and uploaded to Flickr as part of the Lahav Jewish Heritage project (a project funded by a bequest to Newcastle City Council by the Lahav Marital Trust in memory of Ron and Kath Lahav).

TWAM reference: CE.JW/6 - a collection of 4 CDs containing photographs of headstones at Elswick, Hazlerigg, Heaton, North Shields, North Shields Reform, South Shields and Whitley Bay.

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    Billy Embleton

    • 30/Jun/2020 19:59:52

    Love old gravestones as they sometimes give a fascinating incite into the past. In 2012 I visited a Jewish cemetery in Berlin which was a moving experience