Pallo Religious


~ Religious Life ~

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~ Pallo Cemetery ~

Jewish families that lived in Pallo, and possibly other nearby villages, used the Pallo cemetery as the final resting place for their loved ones.

The Jewish cemetery is located in the town, at the end of a road, along the tree line. It was bombed in WWII and destroyed. A neighbor plowing the adjoining field discovered a tombstone and saved it at their home where it was photographed. The cemetery area is used for agricultural purposes today.

In the documents section of the "Other" tab, you will find a link to a U.S. Commission Report completed in 2005 that attempted to document Jewish Cemeteries (and Synagogues and Mass Grave Sites) in Ukraine. This cemetery is not listed as well as many other village cemeteries of the Zakarpats'ka oblast.




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Cemetery view I
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Cemetery view II
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~ Pallo Cemetery Tombstones ~

Following is the only tombstone found in the cemetery.

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Pallo-Tombstone-1
Miriam Dvora bat Yehuda Reuven z''l
d. 12 Kislev 5644
(11 December 1883).
Miriam Dvora bat Yehuda Reuven z''l
d. 12 Kislev 5644
(11 December 1883).


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Created and Compiled by: Marshall J. KATZ, USA
with assistance from
M. Y. EHRENREICH, USA
Amos Israel ZEZMER, France
and the following

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Updated: 27 January 2015

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