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For Jewish population records of Drenthe, the Netherlands, 1813 and 1816, see film # 1338099 item 24 in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA or order this film in your local Family History Center.

List of Jewish cemeteries in Nederland. See: Cemeteries in Drenthe 

Place Street Number of Gravestones  Submission
Assen Oude Haarweg 394

Closed 

Beilen Eursing 42

n.n.

Borger Marslandenweg 9

n.n.

Coevorden Ballastweg 160

n.n.

Dalen Drift 1

Free submission

Dwingeloo Dwingelerzand/ Dwingeler Duinen 40  n.n.
Emmen Oranjekanaal 15 of meer

n.n.

Emmen n.n. 46

n.n.

Gees Geeser esch 1

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Hoogeveen Wilhelminastraat/Van Echtstenstraat 4  n.n.
Hoogeveen Zuiderweg 206

n.n.

Meppel Burgemeester Knoppersbrug 231 n.n.
Meppel Steenwijkerstraatweg n.n.

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Rolde Asserstraatweg 23 (terrein van Accare) n.n.  n.n.
Ruinen Monnikenweg n.n.

n.n.

Sleen Boterakkerweg 22

n.n.

Smilde Drentse Hoofdvaart 40

n.n.

Veenhuizen n.n. 1

n.n.

Veenoord n.n. n.n.

n.n.

Zuidlaren achter de Wolferdinge 5

Closed



Name: Jewish Cemetery<br>
Address: de Drift<br>

7751 LB Dalen<br>
Status: Complete<br>
Number of gravestones: 1 Naar de Zerkenlijst
Number of persons: 1 Naar de Persoonslijst
Most common name: VISSER (1x), .

When in the early eighteenth century, several Jewish families moved Dalen, they bought a piece of land outside the village for the construction of a private cemetery.
In connection with the prophecy spoken of by Ezekiel (Ezekiel 37!), that all deceased Jews would be resurrected in their physical body to return to Israel, it was very important that the graves would remain untouched throughout the centuries. Hence the acquisition of property in the cemetery.<br>
When the Jews in Coevorden in 1768 had access to their own synagogue with a cemetery, the Daler Jews attended there now and were also buried there. The Daler cemetery  was not used anymore, but remained in line with the Jewish rules to the present day untouched.
The number of Jews in Dalen was never large. In 1942 there were 16 people, of which thirteen were deported and murdered.
They were;
Eva-Nijveen Bierman - Bierman David Jonas - Simon Bierman - Jonas Isaac Bierman - Bierman Frouwke-Bollegraaf - Jonas Bierman - Bierman Hendrina - Eva Bierman - Bierman Izak - Hartog Silverberg - Suzanne Silverberg-ten Brink - Betty Silverberg - Jacob Silverberg.
 Hartog Zilverberg - Suzanne Zilverberg-ten Brink - Betje Zilverberg - Jacob Zilverberg. 




 

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