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Dundee Hebrew Congregation

Dundee, Scotland

 

              

         
 


Page created: 16 October 2005
Latest revision or update: 17 February 2013
 

City of Dundee

The city of Dundee is the fourth largest in Scotland with a population of over 150,000. It is situated on the north bank of the Firth of Tay on Scotland's east coast.  Although traditionally within the county of Angus (which was also known as Forfarshire), the City of Dundee has constituted a self-contained unitary authority since 1996. From 1975 to 1996, Dundee was a district (and the administrative centre) of the now defunct Tayside Region. 

Dundee Jewish Community


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The records in the database specifically associated with Dundee include:

Burials (JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Register)

Dundee Eastern Cemetery (153 records)

1851 Anglo Jewry Database

Individuals in the 1851 Anglo Jewry Database who were living in Dundee during the 1840s (18 records), 1850s (20 records), 1870s (2 records) and 1880s (3 records).
 

The Jewish Congregation

Dundee has only ever had one Jewish congregation.

Congregation Data

Name:

Dundee Hebrew Congregation

Address:

9 St Mary's Place, Dundee DD1 5RB (opened 1978)

Former Address:

15 Meadow Street, Dundee
Previously 132 Murraygate Street, and 62 Murraygate Street, Dundee (1895 to 1920)

Current Status:

Active

Date Founded:

1874

Ritual:

Ashkenazi Orthodox

Population Data

Size of Jewish Community

1895 -   50 (The Jewish Year Book 1896-7)
1898 - 127 families (The Jewish Year Book 1898-9)
1900 - 160 families (The Jewish Year Book 1900-1)
1909 - 152 (The Jewish Year Book 1910)
1934 - 100 (The Jewish Year Book 1935)
1945 -  35 families (The Jewish Year Book 1945-6)
1949 - 117 (The Jewish Year Book 1950)
1954 -  89 (The Jewish Year Book 1955)
1963 -  84 (The Jewish Year Book 1984)
1970 -  20 families (The Jewish Year Book 1971)
1980 -  20 families (The Jewish Year Book 1981)
1990 -  22 (The Jewish Year Book 1991)
2004 -  22 (The Jewish Year Book 2005)

Membership of Congregation

1895 - 25 seatholders (The Jewish Year Book 1896-7)
1898 - 28 seatholders (The Jewish Year Book 1898-9)
1900 - 30 seatholders (The Jewish Year Book 1900-1)


Other Dundee Jewish Information

Cemetery Information (IAJGS Cemetery Project)

 

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