Jewish Burial Ground in Bath, United Kingdom Jewish Burial Ground in Bath, United Kingdom Interior of the prayer house. This corner was in dander of collapse. It has now been secured. 191559705 This little building was sometimes a prayer house Other times a caretaker`s cottage. We know it was in existence when the cemetery was established in 1812. We have already spent over 12000 on securing the roof and the walls, but there is much more to be done. 191559706 Recently restored Victorian iron gates 191559707 Why is this street called Jews Lane? 191559708 The Bath Jewish cemetery, dating from 1812 191559709 The tomb of Joseph Sigmond Leading dental surgeon of his period and possibly the inventor of toothpaste. He died in Bath in 1832. It will cost nearly 2000 to restore this tomb. 191559710 We have just spent 1700 on this chest tomb of 1828. 191559711 Making this corner of the wall safe cost 500 191559713 Rubbish waiting to be cleared 191559712 192557911 The old cemetery, in Bath 192557912