From Provincial Jewry in Victorian Britain
Papers for a conference at University College, London, convened by the Jewish Historical Society of Great Britain

Prepared by Aubrey Newman: 6 July 1975
reproduced here with his kind consent: 21 February 2004
Reformatted: 4 January 2012


In the spring of 1847 there was a cemetery at 7 Hobson Street, average Sabbath attendance was 15.

In 1850 services were temporarily discontinued.  Subsequently the synagogue was transferred to Petty Curry where it remained until 1889

1874  No entry

1901  Population of 50 Jews

Synagogue, Great St. Mary's Passage (founded 1888).  Seatholders 25.  Annual income averages £40. Time of service on Saturday is arranged at the beginning of each term.

©Professor Aubrey Newman

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