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As of 2000, Connecticut has two area codes: 203 for Fairfield and New Haven Counties and 860 for the rest of the state.

Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut

Jewish Historical Society of Greater Bridgeport

3135 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT 06432
(203) 335-3638

Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford
335 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
(860) 236-4571

Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven
P.O. Box 3251
New Haven, CT 06515-0351
(203) 392-5860

Jewish Historical Society of Greater Stamford
PO Box 3326
Stamford, CT 06905-0326
(203) 321-1373, ext. 150
Fax: 203-322-6081
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Jewish Historical Society of Waterbury
PO Box F
Waterbury, CT 06798


The Connecticut Jewish Ledger , 924 Farmington Ave., West Hartford, CT 06107 annually publishes, "All Things Jewish." They have current lists of synagogues, cemeteries, funeral parlors, chevra kadisha and stonecutters in Connecticut with accurate telephone numbers and addresses. The telephone number is 1-800-286-6397. The fax is 860-231-2428. Source: Lenn Zonder, President, Congregation Sinai, 426 Washington Avenue, PO Box 309, West Haven, CT 06516-0309; e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Hale Collection (1934): (The Connecticut State Tombstone Collection, circa 1934): Edward A Cohen, 25 Stoneham Drive, West Hartford, CT 06117 (203) 523-5521. (NOTE: Shomer Shabbos: Please do not call on Friday nights or Saturdays) and Lew Goldfarb, 22 Marilyn Road, South Windsor, CT 07064, who worked with Edward Cohen. If there is a number under the number of graves column, they have found those cemeteries. The date shows when they completed that cemetery. For more up-to-date information, contact them. (total 25,044 graves):
Volume 1 Introduction Years
Hale-Summary 1780-1934
Hale-towns A to G 1780-1934
Hale-Fairfield 1780-1934
Hale- Hartford 1780-1934
Volume 2 HARTFORD: Hartford, Ct: Garden, Waverly, Tower, Cleveland Ave Cemeteries
General Map
Names A-L 3100 names
Names M-Z 2500 names
Volume 3 Garden, Waverly, Tower, Cleveland Ave Cemeteries
This disk shows how the stones are laid out, walking through the cemetery and marching down the stones.
Volume 4 Mahl Avenue and Old North Cemetery (Central)
MahlMap walking through
Old North map
Volume 5 Zion Hill Cemetery and Southern Hartford - (Incomplete as 6/1992)

  • BOOK: Jewish Cemeteries of Hartford, Connecticut: The Cohen/Goldfarb Collection, Vol. 1 by Edward A. Cohen and Lewis Goldfarb. Published in 1995 by Heritage Books, Inc.
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# Burial Location
1 ALLINGTOWN: New Haven County
2 AVON: Hartford County
3 BRIDGEPORT: Fairfield County
4 BROOKFIELD: Fairfield County
5 CANTON: Hartford County
6 CHESHIRE: New Haven County
7 CLINTON: Hartford County
8 COLCHESTER: New London County
9 DANBURY: Fairfield County
10 DARIEN: Fairfield County
11 DEEP RIVER: Middlesex County
12 EAST HAVEN: New Haven County
13 ELLINGTON: Wyndam County
14 FAIRFIELD: Fairfield County
15 FARMINGTON: Hartford County
16 GEORGETOWN: Fairfield County
17 GLENVILLE: Fairfield County
18 GREENWICH: Fairfield County
19 GROTON: New London County
20 HAMDEN: New Haven County
21 HARTFORD: Hartford County
23 MADISON: New Haven County
24 MANSFIELD: Tolland or Wyndam County
25 MERIDEN: New Haven County
27 MILFORD: New Haven County
28 MONROE: Fairfield County
29 MONTVILLE: New London County
30 MORRIS: LItchfield County
31 NEW BRITAIN: Hartford County
32 NEW CANAAN: Fairfield County
33 NEW HAVEN: New Haven County
35 NORWICH: New London County
36 PORTLAND: Middlesex County
38 SHELTON: Fairfield County
39 STAMFORD: Fairfield County
40 TORRINGTON: Litchfield County
41 WASHINGTON: Litchfield County
42 WATERBURY: New Haven County
44 WILLIMANTIC: see Mansfield
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