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Cuban Cemetery Data


dingLa Habana - Espada Cemetery

The Cuban Genealogy Club of Miami is transcribing the list of people that were buried in the Espada Cemetery, the first cemetery in Habana, in active use until 1878. To reach the index of surnames click on the following link:


dingSantiago de Cuba - Santa Efigenia Cemetery

The following document contains a list of people buried in the Pantheon of the Colonia Espanola (Spanish Colony Social Club) in the Santa Efigenia Cemetery in Santiago de Cuba. The names were compiled by Ivette L. Chávez Monté.

ding Pantheon of the Colonia Española - Santiago de Cuba


dingJewish Cemeteries

The following link takes you to a list of Jewish cemeteries in Cuba prepared by the non-profit International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies - Cemetery Project. The list descibes the cemeteries, their recent [2000] condition and includes the cemetery addresses. The web page also includes the name and address of the Comision Coordinadora de las Sociedades Religiosas Hebreas de Cuba (Coordinating Commission of the Hebrew Religious Societies of Cuba) and includes numerous links to other web sites and a list of book references.


The following links lead to a list of names and photos of headstones in the Hebrew Union Congregation Cemetery and United Hebrew Congregation Cemetery near Habana, Cuba, taken in March 2000 by Sue Gersten, a commercial photographer who sells the photos.




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Cuban Cemetery Data - Updated 24-Oct-2016

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