From 1626 Mantua, Italy and and 1717 Amsterdam – Note that this document is in pdf format – text format without the Hebrew
Rabbi Steven A. Moss
Excerpts regarding death practices from one of the most amazing Jewish historical and religious documents of the 20thcentury. It contains 22 questions on topics ranging from Tahara and Tachrichim to Kaddish to autopsy and cremation. Detailed answers with text references are included. First published in December 1947.
The Orthodox, Conservative and Reform rabbis on CANRA [Committee on Army and Navy Religious Activities] in reference to the practical problems of Jewish law confronting the Jewish chaplain and his GI congregation
from the book The Jew in American Life
Rabbi Samuel H. Dresner
Translating Jewish Tradition into Educational Resources
Rabbi Joshua Elkin
The Chevra Kaddisha in Moravia in the early 1800’s.
A partial index to the Talmud including specific areas of reference to Mourning and Death.
Rabbi Mordechai Torczyner
Sponsored by the Orthodox Union and the Aleph Institute – Center for Halacha and American Law – A research center to learn and acquire knowledge.
Edited by Ira Kasden and Nathan Diament
for Religious Living on the Web – Overview of traditions with biblical citations