All the information you can find here is from the book: "Precious Stones of the Jews of Curaçao, Curaçaon Jewry 1656-1957".

The author is the Rev. Dr. I.S. Emmanuel, the competent and resourceful scholar who earned his reputation through his writings on Salonika Jewry. In 1936 he became rabbi of Congregation Mikvé Israel in Curaçao and set out to write the history of that distinguished colonial community. After working for years in the local records and in the cemetery with its more than 2500 tombstones, Dr. Emmanuel continued his researches in the municipal and Portugese Jewish archives of Amsterdam and in the State Archives at The Hague. The result of his painstaking and self-sacrificial labors is a two-part history of the Jews in Curaçao.

Cemetery map

Map of the Old Jewish Cemetery at Beth Haim

Drawn by Engineer Jan Polman, 1941.