Mount Hebron Cemetery

  • Mount Hebron Cemetery

Mount Hebron Cemetery is a Jewish cemetery located in Flushing, Queens, New York, United States. It was founded in 1903 as the Jewish section of Cedar Grove Cemetery and occupies the vast majority of the grounds at Cedar Grove.

Mount Hebron Cemetery is on the former Spring Hill estate of colonial governor Cadwallader Colden. Mount Hebron is arranged in blocks, which are then split up into sections or social grounds. Sections were originally sold mainly to families or Jewish community groups such as landsman shafts, mutual aid societies, and burial societies. For instance,

Mount Hebron is known for having a section reserved for people who worked in New York City’s Yiddish theater industry. While this type of organization is common for American Jewish cemeteries, Mount Hebron has an especially diverse range of societal grounds.[6] About 226,000 people have been buried in Mount Hebron since it opened.

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163-6 46th Ave, Queens, NY 11358



Mount Hebron Cemetery