Haifa German Cemetery

Adolf Haag died in Haifa, Palestine, in the Ottoman Turkish Empire in 1892. He is buried in the German Cemetery in Haifa, Israel. In addition to Haag’s grave, the cemetery also contains the graves of Latter-day Saints Magdalena Grau (died 1888), Friedrich August Kegel (died 1889), Elder John A. Clark (died 1895), Christiane Kegel (died 1899), and Georg Grau (died 1901). Originally built by German Templer colonists, the cemetery is located behind (north of) the British war cemetery on Jaffa Road (Highway 4), just east of Rothchild Street-Kheil haYam and about 830 meters (one-half mile) west of Ben Gurion Street. (Photos courtesy of Kent P. Jackson).

Haifa German Cemetery.

Haifa German Cemetery; Adolf Haag's grave is on far left in background.

Grave of Adolf Haag.

Grave of Adolf Haag, Inscription.

Grave of Georg Grau.


Grave of Magdalena Grau; the inscription includes Revelation chapter 14 verse 6.

Graves of Christiane (l.) and Friedrich August Kegel (r.).

Grave of John A. Clark.

Grave of John A. Clark, Inscription.


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