This is a link to a site referring to the cemetery, last updated in 2010:http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/new-hampshire/manchester-hillsborough-county.html
Another site (http://www.nh.searchroots.com/HillsboroughCo/Manchester/cemetery.html
)states the following:
Manchester Hebrew Cemetery (Jewish/Hebrew)
Just off South Beech Street near the junction of South Willow Street Manchester, NH (abuts Augustin's Cemetery)
Now, it has the following for St. Augustin's Cemetery (Catholic):
S Beech Street
Manchester, NH 03103
Manchester Hebrew is still in operation as I saw an obit for someone who died in January who was to be buried there.
Coordinates for Manchester Hebrew Cemetery are: 42.96731, -71.45729.
"The second order of business was to establish a Jewish burial ground. Until that time, Jews were buried in Somersworth, NH. A committee representing Temple of Israel urchased an acre of land on Banfield Road in Portsmouth from John Hett. This became Temple Israel Cemetery and the first Jews were buried there in 1908. The area continues to be used as a Jewish cemetery."