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Kettering United Synagogue Membership Group

Kettering, Nothamptonshire

 

              

         
 

 
Last update: 6 September 2009
Latest revision or update: 26 December 2011

Kettering

Kettering, a town in Englandís East Midlands on the river Ise, was an urban district in of the county of Northamptonshire.  In 1974, it merged with neighbouring localities to form the local government district (later borough) of Kettering, still within the county of Northamptonshire.  Kettering has a population of about 85,000.

The following was the only Jewish congregation known to have existed in Kettering:


Congregation Data

Name: Kettering United Synagogue Membership Group
Formation & Affiliation: Congregation formed as a United Synagogue Membership Group during WWII by evacuees from heavily populated areas of Central & Eastern London, and linked to the United Synagogue.
Status: Closed about 1945.
Date Formed: About 1940
Ritual: Ashkenazi Orthodox

Other  Information

Cemetery Information:
Cemeteries of the United Synagogue



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