Hull Jewish Community
City of Hull
Hull, also known as Kingston upon Hull, is a city of about 250,000 inhabitants located on the northern bank of the Humber estuary in northern England. It has been unitary authority since 1996. Prior to then, Hull was a district of the now defunct administrative county of Humberside, which had been formed in 1974. After the abolition of Humberside in 1996, Hull was placed for ceremonial purposes in the county of the East Riding of Yorkshire, having been a county borough in the East Riding until 1974.
The Hull Jewish Community
The Hull Jewish community dates back to the late eighteenth century.
The Jewish Congregations
The following Congregations are or were considered to be part of the Hull Community:
The following are former or alternative names of the above congregations:
Articles and Other Material on the Hull Jewish Community
Historical Jewish Walking Tour of Hull kindly provided by Hull Jewish Archive, June 2008
Jewish Encyclopaedia on Hull by Joseph Jacobs, c-1906
Records of the Hull Jewish Community, held by the Hull History Centre
Hull's Six Jewish Cemeteries by David Lewis.
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