Tomnahurich Cemetery, 118 Glenurquhart Road, Inverness IV3 5PB

There was a small Jewish Community in Inverness who acquired a small piece of ground in the Town Cemetery in 1906 to cater for the Community after it felt that the long journey to Glasgow for burials was too much. Most records say its first burial was a young Russian boy aged 11 (some records say 14), however the list from the Local Authority includes a female child of 4 whom it says died and was buried in 1903. It contains 23 burials, (as at 28th January 2018), is still active and well maintained (grass covered).

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