Leeds Jewish Workers' Burial and Trading Society Congregation

Leeds, West Yorkshire




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Congregation Data


Leeds Jewish Workers' Burial and Trading Society Congregation


Lady Lane from 1913, previously Templar Street


The burial society, which became known as the Leeds Jewish Workers' Burial and Trading Society, was established in 1899. From early on, the Society held its own services, initially at the homes of members.


Closed 1924 - congregation became Leeds New Central Synagogue (initially also known as the Leeds Central Synagogue)


Ashkenazi Orthodox


The burial grounds used by this congregation were at the New Farnley Cemeteries. The relevant sections are now administered by the Etz Chaim Synagogue. For details see Cemetery Information on Leeds Jewish Community home page.

See also Database below


Search of Cemetery Records, with images

Leeds New Farnley Cemeteries Database contains records of burials, plus photographs of gravestones, associated with this congregation, from approximately 1900 to 1924.

Leeds Jewish Community home page

Other Jewish Congregations in West Yorkshire

Jewish Communities of England home page


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