Recently I found that the most urgent research in Jewish Genealogy in Bessarabia is investigating, indexing and photographing grave inscriptions at the CEMETERIES! The reason is not only that the cemeteries deteriorating, but a grave in an existing cemetery, if not paid for, can be removed, and another placed instead! There are about 60-70 Jewish cemeteries currently in Bessarabia/Moldova. Detailed information on most of them will be presented from old maps, Russian/Moldovan websites, photos and more. Registry and some photographs from 15 of them are part of JOWBR now. There are also a number of already disappeared cemeteries from which we may know their location from an old map or even find piece of broken gravestone. What Jewish communities in Bessarabia/Moldova are doing for Jewish Cemeteries? You will hear what Bessarabia SIG is working on and planning for new future to preserve the names of Jewish people buried in Bessarabia/Moldova.