Below are some useful links.

If you wish to find a specific burial site, The Jewish Genealogical Society of Montreal can help you in your search.

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Montreal serves a city with one of the oldest Jewish communities in North America, dating back to 1760. A large number of immigrants to North America made their way through Montreal, often with family members remaining in this city. Today, Montreal has a thriving Jewish community. In honor of our forebears and those who came after, the Society’s research on Montreal and Quebec is available to anyone interested in Jewish genealogical information. http://jgs-montreal.org/


The Baron de Hirsch Cemetery - De la Savane and the Back River Memorial Gardens databases are now online:

The JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR) is a database of names and other identifying information from cemeteries and burial records worldwide, from the earliest records to the present. It is accessible through this link on the JewishGen site:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/cemetery/

Once on the site, you will be asked to register or enter your user name and password. There is no charge to register.


The Jewish Cemetery Association of North America (JCANA) is organized for charitable, educational and religious purposes. It is their mission to preserve and maintain Jewish cemeteries, by assembling, organizing and sharing information relative to the Jewish cemeteries of North America. JCANA is also committed to sustaining community awareness relating to end of life issues, and maintaining Jewish burial practices.
http://www.jcana.org


Paperman & Sons Funeral Home:
http://www.paperman.com/