Jewish East End Celebration Society
P.O. Box 57317, London E1 3WG
enquiries@jeecs.org.uk

Marlow Road cemetery in East Ham is the final resting place of many East End Jews. Owned by the United Synagogue, it covers 25 acres and was founded in 1919.

Among those buried there are Mark Rothstein, 11-year old victim of the Hughes Mansions disaster, and his family, whose story featured in issue 24 of the JEECS magazine The Cable.

John Malcolm, one of JEECS’s members from the US, was recently in Britain and has sent us these splendid photographs from the cemetery taken by him and his wife during their visit. 

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