Cemetery Index

The Irwin I. Cohn Michigan Jewish Cemetery Index aims to record every Jewish burial in Metro Detroit. Currently, the index documents burials from the mid-1880s to 1999. We are working to bring the records current.

Access the Irwin I. Cohn Michigan Jewish Cemetery Index

In addition to the Irwin I. Cohn Michigan Jewish Cemetery Index, here are some other resources to help you in your search:

Leonard N. Simons Jewish Community Archives

The Archives retains some paper records regarding burial information for Michigan Jewish cemeteries. Contact Robbie Terman at terman@jfmd.org with the name of the individual you are seeking.

Jewish Genealogical Society of Michigan

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Michigan is a leader in education, research, information exchange forums and resources for Jewish genealogy.

Jewish Gen

A genealogy website featuring thousands of databases, research tools, and other resources to help those with Jewish ancestry research.

Holocaust Memorial Center Library Archive

The Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus Library Archive is a research, reference collection documenting the history, background, aftermath and impact of the Holocaust. Some HMC collections contain genealogical resources.

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NEXTGen Detroit Volunteers at the Oasis Soup Kitchen

Sunday, March 26 | 11 am- 1 pm. We will assist the kitchen staff with prep work, serve the meal and clean-up. Everyone must pre-register. There is a limited amount of space available for this event. Register

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Mar
27

TOV Read Detroit 2017

Jewish Federation’s Women’s Philanthropy’s Tikkun Olam Volunteers (TOV) invites you to celebrate National Reading Month by reading books with children at Bagley Elementary School in Detroit. Please bring new books to read and donate to students grades K-3. See our approved book list here. Suggested Book List This is by no means an exhaustive list […]

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jbaby detroit! 5-week prenatal birthing class

Learn about labor, delivery, birthing techniques and newborn care — with a Jewish TWIST. The five week series is designed to help prepare expectant couples for labor and delivery and for life as new parents. It also serves as a great way for Jewish couples to meet each other before they have their babies. $136 includes all classes and materials.

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Join us for the jbabydetroit! Jewish Preschool Panel

Thursday, March 30 | 7:00 PM Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit 6735 Telegraph Rd. • Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301 Learn about each school’s philosophy curriculum hours, before/after care options enrollment dates special needs assistance … and more! Each family that attends the 2017 jbabydetroit! Preschool Panel will receive one $50 certificate good toward Jewish Preschool […]

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