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    Warren Hills Cemetery

    Updated 14th October 2013

     The first Jewish grave at Warren Hills is dated 22nd Feb 1968.

    The cemetery is located on the Bulawayo Road about 12 kms out of Harare in a southerly direction.  There are a number of other cemeteries of other religions and denominations directly adjacent to the Jewish cemetery. A few kilometers away is the Zimbabwe National Heroes Acre memorial where key members of the Zimbabwe leadership from both government and the pre-independence struggle are buried.

    The first 5 pages listed on the left have been created in lots of approximately 100 graves and listed by number which also gives an approximate chronological order.

    October 2013 - 28 new pictures of the cemetery were contributed by Mark Naim including several tombstones and general scenes of the cemetery.  To view this separate set of pictures click here 

    February 2005 - a number of additional tombstone photos have been added to this section - particularly the plaques belonging to members of the Reform community.

    November 2004 - Some 590 photos of the Warren Hills cemetery have been added to the website in two formats :

    1. In each of the pages by sequential grave number (see- Warren One to Five) there are now links to full resolution images of the tombstones. Some images are missing and will be added as soon as available. The numbering sequence does create a general chronological order but there are exceptions especially where burial sites were reserved by spouses or family. 

    2. In addition seven photo albums (see list on left e.g. Tombstones A-Z) have been created and added to this section of the website with all the 590 photos of the cemetery in alphabetical listing and with several easy navigation features including - thumbnails, full resolution and slideshow.  There is also an album of general photos showing the Ohel and plaques of the cemetery.

    The images are best viewed with screen resolution of 1024 x 768 Pixels using Internet Explorer 6

    ZJC wishes to express its sincere thanks to Benny Leon of Harare for his efforts in taking all the photos for this project.


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