Nathan and Hannah Jacobs emigrated from eastern Europe in the early years of the 19th Century. Nathan became the first Rabbi in Oxford, and then Cardiff and Newport. At the time of their deaths in the 1890s Nathan and Hannah lived in Bath and are both buried in Combe Down, in a small cemetery that even now few people know about. Come to our open day to find out more about their lives, discover the fascinating stories of others buried here, and learn more about Bath’s Jewish community of dentists, opticians, jewellers, tailors and many others active in the live and culture of the City.
Visit the Friends of Bath Jewish Burial Ground facebook page or call, Christina (Chair, Friends of Bath Jewish Burial Ground) on 0788 444 2385
Article by Donovan