Graves in Byerazino’s “New" Cemetery

Thanks to Alan Kaul, who returned to Byerazino in 2017 and 2019 to complete this task, we now have photos of all the (legible or partially legible) Jewish grave stones from the town's modern cemetery. Many thanks, also, to Vitaliy Kosyrkov, who translated the inscriptions for us.  The oldest individual buried here was born in 1870; the burials date from 1920 to 2013. Click here to download a database of the names, dates and inscription details, organized by photo number.

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