Har Jehuda Cemetery

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Har Jehuda Cemetery

Also known as Har Judah Cemetery, Har Yehuda Cemetery

8400 Lansdowne Avenue
Upper Darby, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, 19082 USA
Phone 610-789-2104
Memorials 12,819 added (25% photographed)

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Har Jehuda (also spelled Har Yehuda), located on 27 acres, was founded by Julius Moskowitz, a Russian-Jew, who was president of the Independent Chevra Kadisha in South Philadelphia . It was the first Jewish cemetery west of Philadelphia. Moskowitz, a Russian-Jew, decided to establish in the mid-1890s a Jewish burial ground for Eastern European Jews without regard to their country of origin. It was assessible by inter-urban trolley car that connected Upper Darby and West Chester to Philadelphia. It was the first non-profit cemetery established for the concentrated population of Eastern European Jews in South Philadelphia.


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GPS Coordinates: 39.9639, -75.2933

  • Added: 2 Jan 2000
  • Find A Grave Cemetery: #45030