||Cutler Street "Polish" Synagogue
||Carter Street Synagogue (although this may
have been a typographical error in Geoffrey Alderman's "The Federation of Synagogues 1887-1987")
||Clothier Street, Cutler Street, (off Hounsditch), London E.1.
||1790 or 1802 (depending on source) - one of the three minor congregations
in London in the eighteenth century. The others were the
Rosemary Lane Congregation and
Gun Yard "Polish" Synagogue.
||Closed in late 1930's (based upon latest appearance
in Jewish Year Books)
||Initially a dependency of the
According to Geoffrey Alderman's in his "The Federation of Synagogues 1887-1987"(repeated
by Bernard Homa in his "Orthodoxy in Anglo-Jewry), "Carter"
Street Synagogue was one of the 16 congregations that attended the
meeting of 16 October 1887 to form the Federation of Synagogues. This
was probably a typographical error for "Cutler" Street. The
Cutler Street Synagogue is listed as one of
the 21 or 22 original federated synagogues on 6 November 1887
in V. D. Lipman's "Social History of the Jews in England
1850-1950" (pp120-121). However, it appears to have later become unaffiliated.
Street Directory of Synagogues in East End
and City of London
City of London & East End Congregations
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