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Bibliography, Local Research Libraries and Other Sources
The Jews of the UK, Ireland and Gibraltar
(Link to Anglo-Jewish Biographies and Family Histories)

If you have any additions, please let us know at:
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    References used in the Bibliography:

  • BIU = Bar-Ilan University Library, Ramat Gan, Israel

  • BL = British Library

  • BLO = Bodleian Library, Oxford

  • The Cable = the magazine of the Jewish East End Celebration Society

  • GSI = Genealogical Society of Ireland Library

  • JCL = Jews' College Library, now London School of Jewish Studies Library

  • JGSGB = Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain Library

  • JGSGB Newsletter = Newsletter of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain Library

  • LBL = Leo Baeck Library, Leo Baeck College, Centre for Jewish Education, London

  • LSE = London School of Economic Library, London

  • LSJS = LSJS (London School of Jewish Studies) Library, formerly Jews' College Library, Hendon London NW4

  • NAI = National Archives (of Ireland)

  • NLI = National Library (of Ireland)

  • PL-US = The Parkes Library, University of Southampton

  • Shemot = the quarterly magazine of JGSGB (for the index, by year, of subjects for each year from 2003, see Shemot)

  • Susser Archives =  Documents, papers and computer disks of the late Rabbi Dr Bernard Susser. Now available on JCR-UK through the kind offices of Frank J. Gent of Exeter Hebrew Congregation.

  • Trans JHSE = Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England.  A set of these work is to be found in nearly all the UK Libraries listed here.

  • UCL = University College London Library

If you have any other information relating to local research, libraries or other sources then please contact us at: JCR-UK

TABLE OF CONTENTS

United Kingdom

General        Middle Period        Medieval (pre-1290 expulsion) - general

 

England (other than London)

Banbury     Bath     Bedford     Birmingham     Bishop Auckland     Bolton     Boston     Bournemouth     Bradford     Brighton     Bristol     Bury St. Edmunds     Cambridge     Canterbury     Chatham     Chelmsford     Cheltenham     Colchester     Coventry     Darlington     Dover     Dudley     Durham     Eastbourne     Exeter     Falmouth     Gateshead     Gloucester     Gravesend     Great Grimsby     Great Yarmouth     Grimsby    Harrogate     Hartlepool     Hereford     Hull     Ilfracombe     Ipswich     King's Lynn     Kingston−upon−Hull     Leeds     Leicester     Letchworth     Lincoln     Liverpool     Lynn     Manchester     Medway     Middlesbrough     Newcastle upon Tyne     Northampton     North Shields     North Tyneside     Norwich     Nottingham     Oxford     Penzance     Plymouth     Portsmouth     Preston     Ramsgate     Reading     Rochester     Sheerness    Sheffield     Southampton     South Shields     Stockport    Stockton−on−Tees     Stoke-on-Trent     Stroud     Sunderland     Swale     Torquay     Warwick     West Hartlepool     Whitley Bay     Whitehaven     Wigan     Yarmouth     York
 

 

London

General          Medieval (pre-1290 expulsion

City of London      The East End     
Barnet      Brent     Camden     Enfield     Greenwich     Hackney     Hammersmith & Fulham      Haringey      Harrow      Islington       Kensington & Chelsea      Lambeth      Lewisham      Newham      Richmond upon Thames      Southwark      Tower Hamlets      City of Westminster

 

Wales

General      Bangor      Bridgend      Brynmawr      Cardiff      Llanelli      Merthyr Tydfil      Swansea      Tredegar      Valleys of South Wales

 

Scotland

General      Edinburgh     Glasgow

 

Ireland

General       Belfast     Cork     Dublin     Limerick

 

Channel Islands

Jersey

 

Isle of Man

Douglas

 

Gibraltar

General

 

Anglo-Jewry Biographies and Family Histories
(continuation web-page)

Books        On-Line Articles        Other Articles

 

GENERAL

Bibliographical References

  • Abraham, B - The Jews in England [1950, London]

  • Adler, Rev. Michael - The British Jewry Book of Honour.  [1922, reprinted 1997, London] now available as searchable database on the Forces War Records website.

  • Adler, Rev. Michael - The Jews of the Empire and the Great War [1929, London]

  • Alderman, Geoffrey (editor) - Modern British Jewry.  [1992, 1998 - Clarendon Press, Oxford] (JCL)

  • Alderman, Geoffrey - Controversy and Crisis - A History of Jews in Modern Britain.  [2008 - Academic Studies Press] (JCL)

  • Amsei-Arieli, Melody - Jewish Lives: Britain 1750-1950 - A Guide for Family Historians.  [2013 - Pen & Swords Books]

  • Berger, Doreen - The Jewish Victorian - Genealogical Information from the Jewish Newspapers 1861-1870.  [2004]

  • Berger, Doreen - The Jewish Victorian - Genealogical Information from the Jewish Newspapers 1871-1880.  [1999]

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry.  [1969 - Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Bermant, Chaim - The Counsinhood: Anglo-Jewry Gentry.  [1971 - Eyre & Spottiswoode, London]

  • Black, Eugene C. - The Social Politics of Anglo-Jewry 1880-1920 [1988 - Basil Blackwell] (JCL)

  • Black, Gerry - Lender to the Lords, Giver to the Poor [1992]

  • Bolchover, Richard - British Jewry and the Holocaust [1993, 2003, Littman Library of Jewish Civilization] (JCL)

  • Brook, Stephen - The Club - The Jews of Modern Britain [1989, Constable & Co., London]

  • Bunt, Sidney - Jewish Youth Work in Britain [1975]

  • Cesarani, D. - The Jewish Chronicle and Anglo-Jewry, 1941-1991. [1994, Cambridge University Press] (JCL)

  • Cesarani, D. (editor) - Making of Modern Anglo-Jewry. [1990 - Basil Blackman] (JCL)

  • Cesarani, D. & Kushner, Tony - The Internment of Aliens and Twentieth Century Britain. [1993, Frank Cass & Co.] (JCL)

  • Cohen, Abraham - An Anglo-Jewish Scrap Book, 1600-1840 [1943, London]

  • Cowen, Anne & Roger  - Victorian Jews Through British Eyes. [1986, Littman Library of Jewish Civilization] (BIU, JCL)

  • Croner, G. - England - The History of the Anglo-Jewish Community.  [Keter Books, Jerusalem]

  • Davis, M. Shetaroth - The Corner of the Earth - Anglo-Jewish Historical Exhibition  [1987, London]

  • Emden, P. - Jews of Britain.  [1943, Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd.]

  • Elton, Benjamin J. - Britains's Chief Rabbis and Religious Characters of Anglo-Jewry 1880-1870 [2000, Manchester University Press] (JCL)

  • Endelman, Todd M. - The Jews of Georgian England 1714-1830: Tradition and Change in a Liberal Society.  [1979, The Publication Society] (JCL)

  • Endelman, Todd M. - Radical Assimilation in English Jewish History, 1656-1945.  [1990, Indiana University Press] (JCL)

  • Endelman, Todd M. - The Jews of Britain 1656-2000.  [1979, 2002 - University of California Press, Berkeley] (JCL)

  • Englander, David - A Documentary  History of Jewish Immigrants into Britain 1840-1920.  [1994, Leicester University Press at Printers Publishers, ISBN 0-7185-1520-X] (BIU, JCL) - review in Shemot February 1995 vol. 3, no.1, p. 16

  • Feldman, D. - Englishmen and Jews: Social Relations and Political Culture 1840-1914.  [1994 - Yale University Press] (JCL)

  • Finestein, Israel - Anglo-Jewry in Changing Times.  [1999 - Vallentine Mitchell, London] (JCL)

  • Finestein, Israel - Jewish Society in Victorian England: Collected Essays.  [1993 - Vallentine Mitchell, London] (JCL)

  • Finestein, Israel - Scenes and Personalities in Anglo-Jewry 1800 - 2000.  [2002 - Vallentine Mitchell, London] (JCL)

  • Finestein, Israel - Studies and Profiles in Anglo-Jewish History from Picciotto to Bermant.  [2008 - Vallentine Mitchell, London] (JCL)

  • Freud-Kandell, Miri J. - Orthodox Judaism in Britain since 1913: An Ideology Forsaken [ 2006, Vallentine Mitchell] (JCL)

  • Gartner, Lloyd P. - Urban History and the Pattern of Provincial Jewish Settlement in Victorian England [1981, Jewish Journal of Sociology, 23, p. 37]

  • Gartner, Lloyd P. - The Jewish Immigrant in England 1870-1914. [1960, 1973 Valentine Mitchell, London and Portland] (BIU)

  • Goodman, P. -  Zionism in England, 1899-1949.

  • Gould, J and Esh, S - Jewish Life in Modern Britain [1964]

  • Gutwein, Daniel - The Divided Elite: Economics, Politics and Anglo-Jewry 1882-1917 [1992, E J Brill] (JCL)

  • Hartfield, G. Eugene - Commercial Directory of the Jews of the United  Kingdom [1894] (JCL)

  • Henriques, H.S.Q. - The Return of the Jews to England [1905]

  • Holmes, C. - Anti-Semitism in British Society 1876-1939.  [1979 - Holmes & Meier Publishers Inc. London, London]

  • Hyamson, Albert Montefiore - History of the Jews in England. [1928, Forgotten Books]

  • Hyamson, Albert Montefiore - Jews College. [1955, Jews College]

  • Hyamson, Albert Montefiore - The Jews of England.  [1947, Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues]

  • Hyamson, Albert Montefiore - The Sephardim of England: a history of the Spanish and Portuguese Jewish community, 1492-1951. [1951, Methuen & Co., London] (JCL, LBL)

  • Jacobs, Joseph - Studies in Jewish Statistics  [1891]

  • Jacobs & Wolf - Bibliotheca Anglo-Judaica - a Bibliographical Guide to Anglo-Jewish History  [1888, Jewish Chronicle Office]

  • Janner, Greville and Taylor, David - Jewish Parliamentarians [2008, Vallentine Mitchell] (JCL)

  • Jolles, Michael  - British Jews: Their Biographical Record. [The Jewish Year Book 2006 - Essays, pp xi-xv] (BL, JCL, LBL, UCL)

  • Julius Anthony - Trials of the Diaspora; a History of Anti-Semitism in England.  [2010 - Oxford University Press] (JCL)

  • Kadish, Sharman - Bolsheviks and British Jewry: The Anglo-Jewish Community , Britain and the Russian Revolution. [1992, Frank Cass]  (JCL)

  • Kadish, Sharman - Jewish Heritage in England, An Architectural Guide. [2006 English Heritage]

  • Katz, David S. - Philo-Semetism and the Readmission of the Jews to England, 1603-1655. [1982 Oxford University Press]

  • Katz, David S. - The Jews in the History of England, 1485-1850. [1994, Oxford University Press] (JCL)

  • Kershen, Anne J. and Romain Jonathan A. - Tradition and Change - A History of Reform Judaism in Britain 1840-1995.  [1995] (LBL)

  • Kershen, Anne J - 150 Years of Progressive Judaism in Britain.  [1990, London Museum of  Jewish Life]

  • Kushner, Tony & Ewence, Hannah - What Happened to British Jewish Studies [2002, Valentine Mitchell] (JCL)

  • Laidlaw, Petra - An Index to the Jewish Community of The British Isles in 1851 [2010]

  • Langham, Raphael - The Jews in England - A Chronology [2006, Palgrave Macmillan] 

  • Langham, Raphael - T250 Years of Convention and Contention: A History of the Board of Deputies of British Jews 1760-2010 [2010, Vallentine Mitchell]  (JCL)

  • Lehmann, R. - Nova Bibliotheca Anglo-Jewry [1961]

  • Lehmann, R. - Anglo-Jewish Bibliography [1973]

  • Levin, S. S. (Ed.)- A Century of Anglo-Jewish Life 1870-1970 (JGSGB)

  • Levy, A. A. - A Statistical Account of the Principal Jewish Communities Throughout England

  • Lipman, S & Vivian D. - The Century of Moses Montefiore . [1985]

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - A Survey of Anglo-Jewry in 1851. [Trans JHSE XVII 1951/2, published 1953, pp 188-190]

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - Social History of the Jews in England 1850-1950. [1954 Watts & Co., London] (BIU)

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - Trends in Anglo-Jewish occupations. [1960, Jewish Journal of Sociology, II]

  • Lipman, Vivian D - Sephardi and other Jewish immigrants in England in the eighteenth century', Migration and Settlement [1971]

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - Jews in British Urban Life. [1975 London]

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - Three Centuries of Anglo-Jewish History [1961, JHSE] (JCL)

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - A History of the Jews in Britain since 1858. [1990 Leicester University Press]

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - Synagogal organisation in Anglo-Jewry. [1959, The Jewish Journal of Sociology, I]

  • Margoliouth, Moses - History of the Jews in Great Britain [1851]

  • Myers, Asher I. - The Jewish Directory for 1874. [1874] (JGSGB)

  • Newman, Aubrey. - Provincial Jewry in Victorian Times.  [1975 JHSE] (JGSGB, UCL)

  • Newman, Aubrey. - The Board of Deputies of British Jews, A Brief Study.  [1987 Vallentine Mitchell] (UCL)

  • Moss, Weiner E. - Second Chance - Two Centuries of German-Speaking Jews in the United Kingdom [1991] (JCL)

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980. [1981] (BL, JCL, UCL)

  • Persoff, Meir - Faith Against Reason - Religious Reform and the British Chief Rabbi [2008, Vallentine Mitchell] (JCL)

  • Pfeffer, Jeremy I. - From One End of the Earth to the Other - The London Beth Din 1805 to 1855 and Australian Convict Transportees. [2008, Sussex Academic Press ISBN 978-1-84519-293-8] (JCL)

  • Picciotto, J. - Sketches of Anglo-Jewish History [Trübner]

  • Pollins, Harold - Economic History of the Jews in England. [1982, Fairleigh Dickenson University Press]

  • Pollins, Harold - A History of the Jewish Working Men's Club and Institute 1874-1912. [1981, Oxford]

  • Pollins, Harold - Jews in the British Army in the First World War. [1995, the Jewish Journal of Sociology, 37(2)]

  • Pollins, Harold - Jewish soldiers in World War I. [Shemot August 2014 vol. 22/2 pp4-8] (BL, JGSGB)]

  • Prais, S. J. - Synagogue Statistics and the Jewish Population of Great Britain 1900-19700.  [The Board of Deputies of British Jews]

  • Rigal, George - A Charity Record Goldmine - Jewish charity records in the UK [Shemot" March 2005 vol. 13/1 pp. 3-7] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Rigal, George - Jewish Surnames in London-based Insurance Policies  - Volume 1 A-L, Volume 2 M-Z [2013]

  • Roberts, Marcus  - The Story of England's Jews - The First Thousand Years. [2007, sponsored by B’nai B’rith, 1st Lodge, England] copy freely down-loadable here from JTrails.org.uk.

  • Roberts, J. A.  - The Jews of England. [1988, previously published as Anglo-Jewry in Evidence. 1985. Michael Goulston Educational Foundation, The Sternberg Centre for Judaism, London.]

  • Roth, Cecil -  Magna Bibliotheca-Judaica: A Bibliographical Guide to Anglo-Jewish History [1937, London]

  • Roth, Cecil - Anglo-Jewish Letters, 1158-1917 [1938, London]

  • Roth, Cecil - A History of the Jews in England.  [1941 Oxford Univ. Press] (JCL) - available on-line

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry.  [1950.] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Roth, Cecil - Essays & Portraits in Anglo-Jewish History [1962, Philadelphia]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Anglo-Jewish Community in the context of World Jewry

  • Rubinstein, William D.,  Jolles, Rubinstein, Hilary L. - The Pelgrave Dictionary of Anglo-Jewish History [2011, Pelgrave MacMillan] (JCL)

  • Ruderman, David B. - Jewish Enlightenment in an English Key [2000 Princeton Univerity Press] (JCL)

  • Rumney, Joshua (Dr.) - Social and Economic Development of the Jews in England 1660-1930. (LSE)

  • Salnstein, M. C. N. - Emancipation of the Jews in Britain: The Question of the Admission of the Jews to Parliament, 1828-1960.  [1982]

  • Solomon, S. - The Jews of Britain [1939, London]

  • Stokes, H. P.  - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History. [1913, Ballantyne Hanson & Co, Edinburgh]

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England - The Rise and Decline of their Medieval and Modern Communities. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

  • Taylor, Derek - British Chief Rabbis 1664-2006 [2007, Vallentine Mitchell] (JCL)

  • Tropp, Asher - Jews in the Professions in Great Britain, 1891-1991.  (JGSGB)

  • Wenzerul, Rosemary (Contributing Editor) - Jewish Ancestors - A Guide to Jewish Genealogy in the United Kingdom  - [2006, published by JGSGB] (JGSGB)

  • Whitehead, Jill - Naturalisation - the impact of the Aliens Act 1905. [Shemot August 2013 vol. 21/2 pp. 21-23 (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Wolf, Lucien - A Plea for Anglos-Jewish History.  [Trans JHSE VI 1894, pp1-7]

  • 1851 Census of Worship (National Archives, HO 122)

  • The Jewish Chronicle - London

  • The Jewish Directory [1874  Greenberg & Co.]

  • The Jewish World - London

  • The Jewish Year Book - published annually since 1896. [currently by Valentine Mitchell, previously published by the Jewish Chronicle Publications and earlier by Greenberg & Co. and Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd.] - A review the 1996 republication of the 1896 issue appears in Shemot April 1996 vol. 4, no. 1, p.18.

  • Anglo-Jewish Notabilities [1949, London]

  • The Corner of the Earth - An Exhibition of Anglo-Jewish History and Ritual [1966, Southampton]

  • Three Hundred Years 1656-1956 - A volume to Commemorate the Tercentenary of the Re-Settlement of the Jews of Great Britain 1656-1956 [1956, published by the Tercentenary Council and the Jewish Chronicle, by Valentine Mitchell, London]

Articles on the Internet

  • Jacobs, Joseph - Jewish Encyclopaedia - article on England.  c-1906.

  • Newman, Aubrey - Trains and Shelters and Ships  -  (Paper presented at a seminar under the auspices of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain, April 2000) http://www.le.ac.uk/hi/teaching/papers/newman1.htm.

Web Sites


Middle Period (1290 - 1655)

Bibliographical References

  • Dimock, A. - The Conspiracy of Dr. Lopez. [Trans JHSE IX 1894, pp. 440-472]

  • Katz, David S. - The Jews in the History of England, 1485-1850. [1994 Oxford University Press]

  • Lee, Sidney - Elizabethan England and the Jews.  [Transactions of the New Shakespeare  Society, 1887-1892, Series 1 Part1]

  • Meyers, Charles - Elizabethan Marranos Exposed. [Shemot December 1997 vol. 5/6 pp21-24] (BL, JGSGB)]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Middle Period of Anglo-Jewish History (1290-1655) Reconsidered.  [Trans JHSE XIX 1960, pp1-12]

  • Schischa, A. - Spanish Jews in London in 1494, [1975 MJSHE 9]

  • Shapiro, James - Shakespeare and the Jews.  [1996, Columbia University Press, New York]

  • Sisson, C. J. - A colony of Jews in Shakespeare's London.  [1938, Essays and Studies, 23]

  • Wolf, Lucien - Jews in Elizabethan England.  [Trans JHSE XI 1928, pp1-91]

  • Wolf, Lucien - Jews in Tudor England.  [Essays in Jewish History (Ed: Cecil Roth) 1934 pp71-90]

Articles on the Internet


Medieval (pre-1290 expulsion) - General

Bibliographical References

  • Abrahams, Barnett Lionel - Expulsion of the Jews from England in 1290. [1895, Oxford Prize Essays]

  • Abrahams, Barnett Lionel - The Condition of the Jews in England at the Time of their Expulsion in 1290. [Trans JHSE II 1893, pp76-105]

  • Abraham, I - Jewish Life in the Middle Ages [1931, London] ed. Cecil Roth

  • Abraham, I - Starrs and Jewish Charters [1930, Cambridge ] ed. Cecil Roth

  • Adler, M. - The Jews of Medieval England.  [1939, London]

  • Applebaum, S. - Were There Jews in Roman Britain [Trans JHSE XV11 1950]

  • Beit-Arie, M. - The Only Dated Medieval Manuscript Written in England [1985, Oxford]

  • Harris, Oliver D. - Jews, Jurats and the Jewry Wall: a Name in Context [2008, Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, vol 82, pp. 113-33]

  • Jacobs, Joseph - The Jews of Angevin England.  [1893, reprinted 1969 by Gregg International Publishers]

  • Mundill, Robin R. - Anglo-Jewry under Edward I.  [Trans JHSE XXX1 1990, pp. 1-21]

  • Mundill, Robin R. - England's Jewish Solution - Experiment and Expulsion 1262-1290 [1998, Cambridge University Press] (JCL)

  • Mundill, Robin R. - The King's Jews - Money, Massacre and Exodus in Medieval England [2010] (JCL)

  • Richardson, H. G. - The English Jewry under the Angevin Kings.  [1960, Methuen in association with JHSE] (JCL)

  • Rigg J.M. (ed) - Select Pleas, Starr and Other Records from the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews [1902]

  • Rigg J.M. (ed) - Calendar of the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews [1910, 1992]

  • Rokeah, Zifira Entin - The Medieval English Jews and Royal Officials - Entries of Jewish Interest in the English Memoranda Rolls, 1266 - 1293 [2000] (JCL)

  • Romain, J. A. - The Jews of England, pp. 10-61.  [1988. Michael Goulston Educational Foundation, The Sternberg Centre for Judaism, London]

  • Roth, Cecil - The History of the Jews in England, pp. 1-131, 269-278.  [1941]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Intellectual Activities of Medieval English Jewry  [1949, The British Academy Supplemental Papers Viii, Oxford]

  • Skinner, Patricia (ed.) - The Jews in Medieval Britain: Historical, Literary, and Archaeological Perspective.  [1941, Rochester]

  • Tovey, D'Blossiers - Anglia Judaica or the History and Antiquities of the Jews in England.  [1738, Oxford]

Articles on the Internet

  • Jacobs, Joseph  - Jewish Encyclopedia - article on England.  pp. 1-8. [c-1906]


List of Pre-Expulsion Jewish Communities (England & Wales)


ENGLAND (other than London)

 Banbury

Bibliographical References

  • Mound, Gloria - 'The Hitherto Unknown Jews of Banbury' - vol 12 no 3, pp.66-74 [1992, Cake & Cockhorse] (JGSGB)


Bath

Bibliographical References

  • Brown, M. & Samuel, J.  - The Jews of Bath.  [Trans JHSE XXIX 1982/1986]. A pdf version of this article is also available on-line.

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 27-29 [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England - The Rise and Decline of their Medieval and Modern Communities. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish Tombstone Inscriptions in S. W. England - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 3. [c. 1996, Susser Press] (JGSGB) - Introduction and certain other sections available on line as part of the Susser Archive

Bath Jewish Community


Bedford

Bibliographical References

  • Bell, Patricia L.  - Bedford's Second Jewish Community, 1787-1883. [1994] (JGSGB)  - review in Shemot May 1994 vol. 2, no. 2, p. 14.

  • Bell, Patricia L.  -  Bedford's Jews in the 1800s.  [Shemot March 2004 Vol. 12 No. 4. pp 6-7] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 29-31 [1950]  (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Bedford Jewish Community
Pre-Expulsion Bedford Jewish Community


Birmingham

Bibliographical References

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry,  pp. 52-53. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Joseph, A. - The Birmingham Jewish Community (Pamphlet No. 36). (JGSGB)

  • Joseph, A. - The Genealogy of Ethnic Minorities: The Birmingham Jewish Community. (Pamphlet - 1). (JGSGB)

  • Joseph, Anthony - Birmingham's Jewish Community. [Shemot December 2010 vol. 18/3, pp. 32-33] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Josephs, Zoë (ed) - Birmingham Jewry 1749-1914. [1980] (BL, PL-US)

  • Josephs, Zoë (ed) - Birmingham Jewry - More Aspects 1740-1930.  [1984 pub., The Birmingham Jewish History Research Group, ISBN 0-9507402-1-7] (BL, UCL, PL-US)

  • Josephs, Zoë - Survivors: Jewish refugees in Birmingham, 1933-1945.  [1988] (UCL)

  • Levy, E.L.  - Birmingham Jewry 1870 and 1929. (JGSGB)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 32-33. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Solomon, Z.  - Birmingham Jewry. [1980, Birmingham]

  • Woolf, Nadia  -  The Woolf family of Birmingham.  [September 2004 Shemot Vol. 12 No. 3. pp 20-22] (BL, JGSGB)

  • The Singers Hill Synagogue, 25 years on from the 1956 centenary, Programme with adverts (JGSGB)

Birmingham Jewish Community


Bishop Auckland

Bibliographical References

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980, pp. 299-302. [1981] (BL, JCL, UCL)

Bishop Auckland Jewish Congregation & Community


Bolton

Bibliographical References

  • Thomas, Hilary & Cowell, John - An Industrious Minority, a history of the Bolton Jewish Community. [2012, self-published]

Bolton Jewish Congregation & Community


Boston, Lincs

Bibliographical References

  • Pollins, Harold - The Jews of Boston, Lincolnshire [2010, The Jewish Journal of Sociology, volumn LII, pp. 57-68] with Addendum [2011, The Jewish Journal of Sociology, volumn LIII, pp. 81-82]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 33-34. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Boston Jewish Congregation & Community


Bournemouth

Bibliographical References

  • Cowan, E. (ed) - "EMET": A collection of Member's true life stories. [1999, Bournemouth Reform Synagogue]

Bournemouth Jewish Community


Bradford

Bibliographical References

  • Aronsfeld, C C. - German Jews in nineteenth century Bradford. [1981, Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 1981 Vol 53:111]

  • Grizzard, Nigel - The Story of Bradford's Jews. [Shemot December 2013 vol. 21 No. 3, pp.20-21] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Grizzard, Nigel - The Bradford-Brno Link  [Shemot April 2014 Vol. 22 No. 1, p. 29] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Grizzard, Nigel and Dunn, Benjamin - The Bradford Jewish Hertage Trail. [latest edition 2013]  (JGSGB)

  • Harris, S.  - A History of the Jewish Community in Bradford between 1870 and 1970. [1992, University of Sheffield (PhD thesis)]

  • Hamilton-Melkie, N. - Some Jewish Families in Bradford. [Shemot April 1996 vol. 4 No. 1]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Bradford: A Vital Community [1955, Jewish Chronicle Supplement of 1 July 1955] (JGSGB)

  • Follow Bradford's Jewish Trail. And "Why Jewish Bradford?" (JGSGB)

Web Sites

Bradford Jewish Community


Brighton and Hove

Bibliographical References

  • Spector, D. - The Jews of Brighton 1779-1900. [Trans JHSE XXII 1968/9]

  • Spector, D.  - Brighton Jewry Reconsidered. [Trans JHSE XXX 1987/8]

  • Roth, Cecil -  The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp.34-39. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • In Search of Jewish Life in "Sussex by the Sea": the Jews of Brighton. [Shemot June 2001 vol. 9/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Brighton Middle Street Synagogue, WW1 and WW2 Memorials (JGSGB)

Brighton Jewish Community


Bristol

Bibliographical References

  • Adler M. - The Jews of Bristol in pre-expulsion days, etc. [Trans JHSE Vol XII 1928/31 also as "Reprinted from Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society" London, 1931.] (BL)

  • Emanuel R.R. - The History of Bristol Jewry (Pamphlet No. 35). (JGSGB)

  • Frinfeld, J. - Shefford. The story of a Jewish school community in evacuation 1939-1945. (JGSGB)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 40-46 [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Samuel, Judith - History of Bristol's Jewry. [Shemot July 1994, Volume 2/3 pp.13-14] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Samuel, Judith - Jews in Bristol. The history of the Jewish Community in Bristol from the Middle Ages to the present day. [1997, Sansom & Co., Bristol] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England - The Rise and Decline of their Medieval and Modern Communities. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish Tombstone Inscriptions in S. W. England - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 3. [c. 1996, Susser Press] (JGSGB) - Introduction and certain other sections available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Bristol Hebrew Congregation, A Guide to the Park Road Synagogue

  • Catalogue of Burials in the Jewish Cemeteries in Bristol. [1997, Bristol Chevra Kadisha]

Articles on the Internet

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Jacobs, S and others - Jewish Burials at Barton Road, Bristol. Full tombstone inscriptions listings by row & alphabetical  (JGSGB)

  • Tobias, A and others - A Catalogue of Burials in the Jewish Cemeteries of Bristol. (JGSGB)

  • Tobias, A and others - A Catalogue & Index of Graves in the Jewish Cemetery at Fishponds, Bristol. (JGSGB)

  • Index of surnames of Bristol Jews and miscellaneous extracts from the Jewish Chronicle & census mainly relating to Blackensee. (JGSGB)

  • Bristol Synagogue Death Registers 1849-1893 with one entry for 1828. (JGSGB)

Bristol Jewish Community
Pre-Expulsion Bristol Jewish Community


Bury St. Edmunds

Bibliographical References

  • Brown, M. - The Jews of Norfolk and Suffolk before 1840. [Trans JHSE XXXII 1990/92]

  • Gallancz, H.  - Further Paper on Moyse Hall. [Trans JHSE III 1896/8]

  • Haes, D. - Moyse Hall, Bury St Edmunds. [Trans JHSE III 1896/8]

  • Martin, C.T., Abrahams, B.L., Myers, A.I. - Report of Sub-Committee on Moyse Hall. [Trans JHSE III 1896/8]

  • Samuels, E.R. - Was Moyse Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, a Jew's House. [Trans JHSE XXV 1973/75]

Pre-Expulsion Bury St. Edmunds Jewish Community


Cambridge

Bibliographical References

  • Dobson, R.B.H. - The Jews of Medieval Cambridge. [Trans JHSE XXXII 1990/92]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Frazer, J. - How Cambridge twins two freedoms. [Jewish Chronicle, 3 July 1987, p. 25]

  • Frankel W. and Miller H. - Gown & Tallith. ed.. in Commemoration of the founding of the Cambridge University Jewish Society. [1989]

Cambridge Jewish Community
Pre-Expulsion Cambridge Jewish Community


Canterbury

Bibliographical References

  • Adler M. - The Jews of Canterbury. [A paper read before the Jewish Historical Society of England. Edinburgh, 1912] (BL) and Trans JHSE Vol VII 1911/14.

  • Cohn-Sherbok, D and Grace, L. - The Jewish community of Canterbury. [Kent Life, November 1978, pp. 42-43]

  • Cohn-Sherbok, D. - Sir Moses Montefiore and the Canterbury Jewish community. [Bygone Kent, II, no. 5, 1981, pp.309-312]

  • Cohn-Sherbok, D. - The Jews of Canterbury 1760-1931.  [1984] (BL, JGSGB, UCL)

  • Haes, F. - The Canterbury Synagogue. [Trans JHSE Vol IV 1899/1901]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 46-49 [1950]  (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Jolles, M. - Samuel Isaac, Saul Isaac and Nathaniel Isaacs. [Jolles Publications, London 1998] (JGSGB)

  • Krinsky, C. H. - The Synagogues of Europe, pp. 410-412.  [1985, The M.I.T. Press, Cambridge MA]

  • Williamson S. - The Jewish community of Canterbury. [Bygone Kent, IV, no. 3, 1983, pp.174-176]

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Webster, Martin - Jewish Cemeteries of Kent.  Inscriptions at Canterbury, Chatham, Dover, Sheerness. (JGSGB)

Canterbury Jewish Congregation
Pre-Expulsion Canterbury Jewish Community


Chatham & Rochester
(Medway Towns)

Bibliographical References

  • Green G.L. - The Royal Navy and Anglo-Jewry 1740-1820. (1989)

  • Jolles, M. - The Chatham Hebrew Society Synagogue Ledger 1836-1865 [2000] (JGSGB)

  • Jolles, M. - Samuel Isaac, Saul Isaac and Nathaniel Isaacs. [1998, Jolles Publications, London] (JGSGB)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 49-51. [1950]  (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Shub, Irina- Jewish Life in the Medway towns. [Shemot" March 2009 vol. 17/1, pp.14-17] (BL, JGSGB)

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Webster, Martin - Jewish Cemeteries of Kent.  Inscriptions at Canterbury, Chatham, Dover, Sheerness. (JGSGB)

Chatham Jewish Congregation & Community


Chelmsford

Bibliographical References

  • Brown, M. - The Jews of Essex before 1900. [Trans JHSE XXXIII]

  • Weisman, M. - The Smaller Jewish Communities – Chelmsford, pp. 14-17.  [Menorah, vol 5, no. 1, 1978]

Chelmsford Jewish Congregation & Community


Cheltenham

Bibliographical References

  • Regal, George  -  The Levins of Cheltenham.  [September 2004 Shemot Vol. 12 No. 3. p 19] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Roth Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 51-2 [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Shepherd, M A. - Cheltenham Jews in the nineteenth century,  [The Jewish Journal of Sociology, vol 21 no. 2, 1979, pp. 125-33]

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England - The Rise and Decline of their Medieval and Modern Communities. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish Tombstone Inscriptions in S. W. England - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 3. [c. 1996, Susser Press] (JGSGB) - Introduction and certain other sections available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Torode, Brian - A short history of the Jewish community in Cheltenham. [1997, private publication]

  • Torode, Brian - The Hebrew Community of Cheltenham, Gloucester and Stroud. [1999, private publication] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL)

Cheltenham Jewish Congregation & Community


Colchester

Bibliographical References

  • Brown, M. - The Jews of Essex before 1900. [Trans JHSE XXXIII]

  • Roth, Cecil - An Eighteenth-Century Jewish Community in Colchester.  [AJA Quarterly, vol 3, no. 2, 1957, pp. 22-25]

  • Weisman, M. - Colchester and District Jewish Community.  [Menorah, vol 16, no. 2, 1967, pp. 20-23]

Colchester Jewish Congregation
Pre-Expulsion Colchester Jewish Community


Cornwall

Bibliographical References

  • Bannister, J. - Jews in Cornwall [Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall II, 1867, p 324]

  • Newall, V. - The Jews of Cornwall in Local Tradition.  [Trans JHSE XXVI 1974/78]

  • Pearce, Keith - The Jews of Cornwall, A History, Tradition and Settlement to 1913 [May 2014, Halsgrove] - review in Shemot August 2014 vol. 22, no. 2, p.29

  • Pearce, Keith and Fry, Helen - The Lost Jews of Cornwall   [2000, ISBN 1 900178 27 3] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL)

  • Susan Soyinka - From East End to Lands's End, The Evacuation of the Jews Free School, London, to Mousehole in Cornwall During World War II [2010, DB Publishing, 2013 republished by Eliora Books]

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England - The Rise and Decline of their Medieval and Modern Communities. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South-East England. [1977 University of Exeter thesis] - available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Susser, Bernard - Census Returns for Jews in Devon Cornwall and Stroud. [1996, private publication]

  • The Jews of Devon and Cornwall. [2000, The Hidden Legacy Foundation. 2000 ISBN 1 900178 82 6]

  • The Jews of South West England. [Susser, Bernard. University of Exeter Press, 1993] (JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

Cornwall Jewish Congregation (Truro)
Falmouth Jewish Community
Plymouth Jewish Congregation


Coventry

Bibliographical References

  • Jackson, G N. - Coventry Community's Struggle for Survival. [The Birmingham Jewish Recorder, vol 33, no 9, pp, 5, 7]

  • Levine, Harry - The Jews of Coventry. [1970]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp.53-4. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Coventry Jewish Community


Darlington

Bibliographical References

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980, pp. 316-320.  [1981] (BL, JCL, UCL)

Darlington Jewish Congregation & Community


Dover

Bibliographical References

  • Green, G.L.- The Royal Navy and Anglo-Jewry 1740-1820.  [1989]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp.54-55. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Minerva, or Fried Fish in a Spongebag.  The story of a boarding school for Jewish girls. [1994, Birmingham Jewish History Research Group, ISBN 09507402 2 5] (JGSGB)  - review in Shemot May 1994 vol. 2, no. 2, p.8

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Susser, Bernard - Circumcision Register of Rabbi Ash of Dover, 1765-1818 (which includes an introductory article from Shemot, December 1996, Volume 4, Number 4, page 7) - part of the Susser Archive available on-line through JCR-UK

  • Webster, Martin - Jewish Cemeteries of Kent. Inscriptions at Canterbury, Chatham, Dover, Sheerness.  (JGSGB)

Dover Jewish Congregation & Community


Dudley

Bibliographical References

  • Pollins, Harold   - The Jews of Dudley.  [Shemot July 2009 Vol. 17 No. 2.] (BL, JGSGB)

Dudley Jewish Community


Durham

Bibliographical References

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980, pp. 294-299. [1981] (BL, JCL, UCL)

Durham Jewish Congregation & Community


Eastbourne

Bibliographical References

  • Community Profile: Eastbourne. Jewish Chronicle, 10 November 1978, p. 14

Eastbourne Jewish Community


Exeter

Bibliographical References

  • Adler, Michael - The Medieval Jews of Exeter. [Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature, and Art., Exeter, LX111, 1931.] (BL)

  • Fry, Helen - The Jews of Exeter [July 2013, Halsgrove] - published to mark the 250th anniversary celebrations of the Synagogue.

  • Fry, Helen - The Jews of Exeter  [Shemot April 2014 Vol. 22 No.1, pp. 18-19, 29] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp.59-61 [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Susser, Bernard - Social Acclimatisation of Jews in 18th and 19th Century Devon. [1970 University of Exeter thesis] - available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South-East England. [1977 University of Exeter thesis] - available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England - The Rise and Decline of their Medieval and Modern Communities. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish South-West of England Census Returns - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 1. [c. 1996, Susser Press]  - review in Shemot July 1996 vol. 4, no. 2, p.17

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish Tombstone Inscriptions in S. W. England - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 3. [c. 1996, Susser Press] (JGSGB) - Introduction, Exeter section and certain other sections available on-line as part of the Susser Archive

  • The Jews of Devon and Cornwall. [2000, The Hidden Legacy Foundation. 2000 ISBN 1 900178 82 6]

  • Exeter, Bicentenary of Synagogue [1964]

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

Exeter Jewish Congregation & Community
Pre-Expulsion Exeter Jewish Community


Falmouth

Bibliographical References

  • Jacob, A.M. - Jews of Falmouth. [Trans JHSE Vol. XVII 1951/1952.]

  • Newall, V.  - The Jews of Cornwall in Local Tradition. [Trans JHSE XXVI 1974/78]

  • Pearce, K and Fry, H. - The Lost Jews of Cornwall. [2000, ISBN 1 900178 27 3] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL)

  • Pearce, Keith - The Jews of Cornwall, A History, Tradition and Settlement to 1913 [May 2014, Halsgrove] - review in Shemot August 2014 vol. 22, no. 2, p.29

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 61-63 [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South-East England. [1977 University of Exeter thesis] - available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Susser, Bernard - Census Returns for Jews in Devon Cornwall and Stroud. [1996, private publication]

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England - The Rise and Decline of their Medieval and Modern Communities. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish South-West of England Census Returns - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 1. [c. 1996, Susser Press]  - review in Shemot July 1996 vol. 4, no. 2, p.17

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish Tombstone Inscriptions in S. W. England - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 3. [c. 1996, Susser Press] (JGSGB) - Introduction, Falmouth section and certain other sections available on-line as part of the Susser Archive

  • The Falmouth Packet - Newspaper Articles. [Shemot January 1994 2/1]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • The Jews of Devon and Cornwall. 2000. [The Hidden Legacy Foundation. 2000 ISBN 1 900178 82 6]

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

Falmouth Jewish Congregation & Community


Gateshead

Bibliographical References

  • Berkovits, B. - The Jerusalem of England: a centenary study of Gateshead Jewry. [Jewish Chronicle, 19 June 1987, p. 27.]

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry.  pp. 44. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Dansky, Miriam - Gateshead, its Community, its Personalities, its Institutions. [1992, Targum Press] (JCL, JGSGB)

  • Horowitz, E. - Centenary of the Gateshead Kehilla. [Jewish Tribune, 18 June 1987, p. 6/]

  • Levy, Arnold - The Story of Gateshead Yeshiva.  [1952]

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980, pp. 221-250. [1981] (BL, JCL. UCL)

  • Shaw, P. - Gateshead: a powerhouse of Judaism. [Jewish Chronicle, Colour Magazine, 2 September 1977, pp. 8-10, 12, 17.]

  • Wise, Dr. Yaacov - Historian discovers first Jew in Gateshead lived in Saltwell Park in 1855 [JCR-UK]]

Archives & Records

Gateshead Jewish Community


Gloucester

Bibliographical References

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 67-70 [1950](JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England - The Rise and Decline of their Medieval and Modern Communities. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish Tombstone Inscriptions in S. W. England - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 3. [c. 1996, Susser Press] (JGSGB) - Introduction and certain other sections available on-line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Torode, Brian - The Hebrew Community of Cheltenham, Gloucester and Stroud. [1999, private publication] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL)

Gloucester Modern Jewish Congregation & Community
Pre-Expulsion Gloucester Jewish Community


Gravesend

Bibliographical References

  • Brown, M. - The Jews of Gravesend before 1915. [Trans JHSE XXXV 1996/98]

  • Larkin, Tony - Jewish Schools in Northfleet and Gravesend [1997, Transactions of the Gravesend Historical Society, no.43,  pp.21-32]


Great Yarmouth

Bibliographical References

  • Brown, M. - The Jews of Norfolk and Suffolk before 1840. [Trans JHSE XXXII 1990/92]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 105-108. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Shire, A. - Great Yarmouth Cemeteries. Details of standing stones. [1996]. (JGSGB)

Great Yarmouth Jewish Congregation & Community
Pre-Expulsion Yarmouth Jewish Community


Grimsby

Grimsby Central Library

The Grimsby  Central Library is an excellent source of material, they hold copies of both the Grimsby Observer & Grimsby News in addition they also have a valuable street directory information collection (this covers various times between 1852 - 1917) this reference contains residents listed alphabetically by street and also includes profession.  Copies are available. The Library are extremely helpful with postal enquires.

Central Library
Town Hall Square,
Grimsby,
North East Lincolnshire. DN31 1HG
Tel - 01472 - 323600
Fax - 01472 - 323618

Bibliographical References

  • Berman, John - Grimsby Hebrew Community Records.  [Shemot June 2000 Vol. 8 No.2]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Gerlis, D. & L. - The Story of the Grimsby Jewish Community. [1986] (UCL, JGSGB)

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Grimsby Synagogue Marriage Registers 1875-1972. (Photocopy of the register certificates) Great Yarmouth Cemeteries. Details of standing stones. (JGSGB)

  • Grimsby Hebrew Congregation Burial Board Register 1896-1997. (Photocopy of the register). (JGSGB)

Web Sites

Grimsby Jewish Community


Harrogate

Bibliographical References

  • Livshin, Rosalyn D. - The History of the Harrogate Jewish Community. [1995, Leeds University Press] (BL, JCL, UCL) - review in Shemot October 1995 vol. 3, no.3, p.15

Harrogate Jewish Congregation & Community


Hartlepool
(including West Hartlepool)

Bibliographical References

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980, pp. 302-306. [1981] (BL, UCL, JCL, UCL)

Harlepool Jewish Congregation & Community


Hereford (pre-1290)

Bibliographical References

  • Abrahams, B.L. - Debts and houses of Jews in Hereford, 1290. [Trans JHSE I 1893/4]

Hereford Jewish Congregation & Community
Pre-Expulsion Hereford Jewish Community


Hull

Bibliographical References

  • Allerston, J. , Schneider, & Paradise, E. - Hull Old Hebrew Congregation Burial Ground, Hedon Road from 1858 and Hull Western Synagogue Burial Ground, Delhi Street, Hedon Road from c.1903  (JGSGB)

  • Allerston, J.  - Hull Hebrew Cemetery, Church Lane, Marfleet Lane, (adjoining St. Giles Church) from 1938 & Central Hull Hebrew Congregation & Hull Western Street from 1855. (JGSGB)

  • Bennett, Allen  - Early Jewish Immigrants to Hull 1793-1815.  [Shemot September 2005 Vol. 13 No.4] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Bennett, Allen  - Hull Jews in court, 1851.  [Shemot July 2009 Vol. 17 No. 2.] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Cuckle, Howard - Hull Jewish Archive Meeting.  [Shemot September 2007 Vol. 15 No.3] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Finestein, I.  - The Jews in Hull between 1766 and 1880. [Trans JHSE XXXV 1996/8.]

  • Feinstein I. - Scenes and Personalities in Anglo Jewry 1800-2000, pp 112-163.  [2002, Valentine Mitchell]

  • Oppel, Elliot - The History of Hull Orthodox Synagogues (and the people connected to them). [2000] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL, UCL)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 70-71. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Ulyatt, Michael E. - Be Still and Know Thyself More - the flight of the Eastern European Jews to Hull and beyond, [2012, Mike Ulyatt Enterprises, Willerby, Hull, ISBN 987-0-9561757-1-7]

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Delhi Street Jewish Burial Ground. Notice of application to relocate remains with list of names. [From Hull Daily Mail. 8.11.2000.] (JGSGB)

Archives & Records

  • Records of the Hull Jewish Community, held by the Hull History Centre. The Centre is home for Hull City Archives, Hull Local Studies Library and Hull University Archives.  In 2010 it received the records of the Jewish Community in Hull, a large collection of over 60 boxes containing papers documenting the history of the Jewish population of Hull.

The Hull Jewish Representative Council produces a monthly Newsletter, "The Watchman".  Readers interested should contact Michael Westerman m.westerman@tiscali.co.uk

Hull Jewish Community


Ilfracombe, North Devon

Bibliographical References

  • Fry, H. - The Jews of North Devon During the Second World War.  [2005] (JGSGB)

Ilfracombe Jewish Congregation & Community


Ipswich

Bibliographical References

  • Brown, M.  - The Jews of Norfolk and Suffolk before 1840. [Trans JHSE XXXII 1990/92]

  • Coleman, A. - An Investigation into the 19th century Jewish Community of Ipswich. (JGSGB)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 71-74. [1950]  (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Ipswich Jewish Community notes and cemetery inscriptions from about 1811 to 1850. (JGSGB)

Ipswich Jewish Congregation & Community


King's Lynn
(known as Lynn or Bishop's Lynn in the medieval period)

Bibliographical References

  • Brown, M. The Jews of Norfolk and Suffolk before 1840. [Trans JHSE XXXII 1990/92

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 77-78. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

King´s Lynn Jewish Community
Pre-Expulsion Lynn Jewish Community


Leeds

Bibliographical References

  • Bergen, Amanda - Leeds Jewry 1930-1939

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry.    pp. 49-52. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Buckman, J. - Immigrants and the Class Struggle. The Jewish immigrants in Leeds 1880-1914. (JGSGB)

  • Burgess, E. E. - The Soul of the Leeds Ghetto - a series of articles in the Yorkshire Evening News [19 January 1925 to 16 February 1925]

  • Freedman, Murray  - Leeds Jewry – A Demographic and Sociological Profile. [1988] (JGSGB)

  • Freedman, Murray  - Leeds Jewry  –  The First Hundred Year. [1992, JHSE Leeds branch] (JGSGB) - review in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16

  • Freedman, Murray  - Leeds Jewish Community –  The Early Years. [Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1/2]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Freedman, Murray  - Deciphering An Old Gravestone in Leeds. [Shemot October 1994 vol. 2/4, p.7/8]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Freedman, Murray  - 1891 Census – Leeds – List of Jewish Residents. [1994] (JGSGB) - review in Shemot October 1994 vol. 2, no. 4, p.10

  • Freedman, Murray  - Leeds Jewry – A History of its Synagogues. [1995] (JGSGB)

  • Freedman, Murray  - The Jewish “Schools” of Leeds 1880-1930. [2001]

  • Freedman, Murray  - Leeds Jews in the 1901 Census.  [2002]

  • Freedman, Murray  - Chapeltown and its Jews. [2003]

  • Freedman, Murray  - Essays on Leeds and Anglo-Jewry History & Demographic. [2003]

  • Freedman, Murray  - 25 Characters in Leeds Jewish History. [2004]

  • Freedman, Murray  - Further  Essays on Leeds & Anglo-Jewish History & Demography. [2005]

  • Freedman, Murray  - Sarah Lyons - the Leeds Connection. [Shemot December 2005 Vol. 13 No. 4]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Grizzard. Nigel -  Leeds Jewry and the Great War 1914-1918. [1979, JHSE Leeds branch]

  • Grizzard. Nigel -  A survey of Jews still living in the Leeds inner city. [1981] (BL)

  • Krausz, Ernest - Leeds Jewry, its History and Social Structure. [1964, The Jewish Historical Society of England] (JCL, JGSGB)

  • Lightman, Ann - The Lightman Family of Leeds. [Shemot December 2010 vol. 18/3, pp. 9-12] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 81-82. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Saipe Louis - A History of the Jews of Leeds. [1985, Leeds Jewish Representative Council]

  • Skyte, H. - Care in the Jewish community. The story of the Leeds Jewish Welfare Board and the Leeds Jewish Housing Association (1878 - 1998). [Pub: Leeds Jewish Welfare Board]

  • Sterne Ernest C. - Leeds Jewry and the Great War 1914-1918 – The Home Front.. [1982, JHSE Leeds branch.]

  • Sterne Ernest C. - Leeds Jewry 1919-1929. [1990, JHSE Leeds branch.]

  • Walsh. J.S. -  Mrs. Sheinbloom's Kitchen. [1982, JHSE Leeds branch]

Web Sites

Leeds Jewish Community


Leicester

Bibliographical References

  • Adam, Rosalind - Jewish Voices - Memories of Leicester in the 1940s and 50s [2009, Writing School Leicester]

  • Harris, Oliver D. - Jews, Jurats and the Jewry Wall: a Name in Context [2008, Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, vol 82, pp. 113-33]

  • Levy, S. - Notes on Leicester Jewry. [Trans JHSE Vol V 1902/5]

  • Newman, A. & Lidiker P.  - Portrait of a community, a history of the Leicester Hebrew Congregation. (JGSGB)

  • Newman, Aubrey - Leicester Hebrew Congregation - a centenary record.  [1974, Leicester Hebrew Congregation Centenary Committee]

  • Newman, Aubrey and Lidiker, Patricia - Portrait of a Community.  [1998]

  • Minerva, or Fried Fish in a Spongebag.  The story of a boarding school for Jewish girls. [1994, Birmingham Jewish History Research Group, ISBN 09507402 2 5] (JGSGB)  - review in Shemot May 1994 vol. 2, no. 2, p.8

Leicester Jewish Community


Letchworth

Bibliographical References

  • Fachler, Yankie - The Vow - Rebuilding the Fachler Tribe after the Holocaust.

Letchworth Jewish Community


Lincoln (pre-1290)

Bibliographical References

  • Haes, F. - Lincoln, 1898. [Trans JHSE III 1896/8]

  • Jacobs, J. - Little Saint Hugh of Lincoln. [Trans JHSE I 1893/4]

  • Jacobs, J. & Levy, S. - Aaron of Lincoln. [Trans JHSE III 1896/8]

  • Roth, Cecil - Medieval Lincoln Jewry and its Synagogue. [1934, The Jewish Historical Society of England] (LBL).

Lincoln Jewish Community
Pre-Expulsion Lincoln Jewish Community


Liverpool

Bibliographical References

  • Benas B.B. - A Survey of the Jewish Institutional History of Liverpool and District. [JHSE Transaction XVII 1951-52]

  • Benas B.B.  - Later Records of the Jews of Liverpool. [13 December 1928, Reprinted in Transactions of the Historical Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 1929.]

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry. pp. 53-54. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Ettinger P. - Hope Place, Liverpool Jewry 1836-1930. [1930] (UCL)

  • Goldman H. - Short History of the Allerton, Liverpool, Hebrew Congregation. [1965]

  • Green, G L. - The Royal Navy and Anglo-Jewry 1740-1820. [1989]

  • Hershon, C P. - To make them English.  [1983 Palavas Press, Bristol] (UCL)

  • Hudaly D. - Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation, 1780-1974. [1974]

  • Marks, Saul - Deane Street Cemetery Restoration Project. [Shemot June 2008 Vol. 16 No. 2]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Lewis, Arnold - The Jews of Liverpool  [Shemot April 2014 Vol. 22 No.1, pp. 22-24] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Moonman, Eric  - Reflections on Liverpool Jewry. [The Jewish Year Book 2008 - Essays, pp xx-xxvi] (BL, JCL, LBL, UCL)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, p. 82. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Wolfman, J. - Liverpool Jewry in the eighteenth century. [1987/88 in Year Book].

  • Pub: Liverpool Old Hebrew Congregation.

  • Merseyside Jewish Community Archives. [Shemot June 2006 Vol. 14 No. 2]  (BL, JGSGB)

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Roche, H.  - Notes on the old registers now deposited in the Liverpool City Library. (JGSGB)

Archives & Records

  • Project POOL (Photographs of Old Liverpool): 20,000 photographs from the City Engineers Department, 1897-1960 with 2,000 attached images. Catalogued with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund.

  • Liverpool City Council: The Corporation archives including minute books from 1550, education records including school records and cemeteries interment registers.

  • Merseyside Jewish Community Archives: Includes records of synagogues, organisations, schools, businesses and personal papers. Catalogued with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Jewish Community.

  • Ecclesiastical Records: Includes full details of Roman Catholic and Non-conformist archives together with summary details of Anglican parish holdings.

  • Imperial Tobacco Company, Ogden Branch: Full listing of this important business archive. Catalogued with the support of Imperial Tobacco plc.

  • Merseyside Record Office: Brief details of all catalogued collections plus full listings of Non-conformist church and Coroner's records.

Web Sites

Liverpool  Jewish Community


Manchester

Bibliographical References

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry. pp. 44-49. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Collins, Lydia in collaboration with Bierbrier, M.  - The Sephardim of Manchester: Pedigree and Pioneers. [2006, Shaare Hayim, the Sephardi Congregation of South Manchester] (JCL)

  • Dobkin, Monty - Tales of Manchester Jewry and Manchester in the Thirties. [1986, Neil Richardson,  Manchester] (JGSGB, BL)

  • Dobkin, Monty - More Tales of Manchester Jewry. [1994, Neil Richardson,  Manchester] (JGSGB, BL)

  • Dobkin, Monty - Rothschild in Manchester & other tales from the history of Manchester Jewry. (JGSGB)

  • Dobkin, Monty - It's All Different Now, some Manchester memories. [1989, Neil Richardson] (JGSGB)

  • Dobkin, Monty - Broughton and Cheetham Hill in Regency and Victorian Times. (JGSGB)

  • Friedman, D.  - Manchester Jews Benevolent Society, a comprehensive history, 1905-1952. (JGSGB)

  • Goldberg, Percy Selvin (Rabbi) The Manchester Congregation of British Jews 1857-1957.  [1957, Norbury, Lockwood & Co.]

  • Gotliffe Harvey - My Father was Born on Trafalgar Street, An American Finds His Way Home to England [1997, Cogitator Publications, Santa Cruz, CA]

  • Jacobs, Louis - Four Rabbinic Positions in Anglo-Jewry - The Central Shul, Manchester. [The Jewish Year Book 2000 - Essays, pp 77-79] (BL, JCL, LBL, UCL)

  • Jeuda, Basil - World War One and the Manchester Sephardim [2014]

  • Kay, Lorna  -  The closed cemeteries of Manchester.  [Shemot December 2004 Vol. 12 No. 4. pp 28-29] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Liedtke, Rainer - Jewish Welfare in Hamburg and Manchester, c.1850-1914. [1998, Clarendon Press, Oxford] (BL)

  • Livshin, Roslyn - Manchester Jewry - A Guide for the Family Historian.   [Shemot Autumn 1993 vol. 1/4]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Pereira, B R and Mendoza, J P. - History of the Manchester Congregation of Spanish & Portuguese Jews, 5633-5683 (1873-1923).  [1923, Manchester Congregation of Spanish and Portuguese Jews pp. 60. Manchester] (BL)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 83-84. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Williams, Bill - The Making of Manchester Jewry The Town and the Community 1794-1858 [1975]

  • Williams, Bill - The Making of Manchester Jewry 1740-1875 [1931, 1976 & 1985, Manchester University Press] (JCL)

  • Williams, Bill - Sir Sidney Hamburger and Manchester Jewry. Religion, City and Community. [1931, 1999] (BL)

  • Williams, Bill - Manchester Jewry, A Pictorial History 1788-1988. [1988, Archive Publications, Manchester] (UCL)

  • Williams, Bill - Jewish Manchester - An Illustrated History. [2008, Breeden Press]

  • Almonds and Raisins, The Rise and Fall of the Manchester Jewish Quarter. [The Manchester Jewish Museum, Manchester]

  • Our Blitz, Red Skies Over Manchester, A Wartime Facsimile. [1945, Kemsley Newspapers Limited, Aurora Publishing, Manchester

  • They Came From the Haim: a History of Manchester Jewry from 1867. [1995, Jewish Social Services (Greater Manchester)]  (JGSGB, BL)

  • Supplement on the occasion of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the consecration of the Synagogue, 5709-1949. [1949, 1998, Manchester Congregation of Spanish and Portuguese Jews. Manchester] (BL)

  • A Social History of North Salford Synagogue (Rumanian Shul) based on its Marriage Records. [Shemot March 1999 vol. 7/1] (BL, JGSGB)

  • From Krakow to Manchester. [Shemot September 1999 vol. 7/3] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Jewish Holdings at Manchester Central Library. [Shemot June 2001 vol. 9/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Kolbuszowa to Manchester. [Shemot December 2009 vol. 17/4]  (BL, JGSGB)

Trade Directories

  • Kelly's (Slater's) Directory of Manchester, Salford and Suburbs, 1934 [1934, Kelly's Directories Ltd., London]

  • Kelly's (Slater's) Directory of Manchester, Salford and Suburbs, 1927 [1927, Kelly's Directorie, Ltd., London]

  • Royal National Commercial Directory of Manchester and Salford, with their vicinities  Isaac Slater [1884, Manchester]

  • Slater's General and Classified Directory and Street Register, of Manchester and Salford, with their vicinities  Isaac Slater, [1855, Manchester]

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Jewish holdings at Manchester Central Library.

  • 1851 Surname Index of Manchester – No 2 Market Street sub-district. (JGSGB)

  • 1851 Surname Index of Manchester – No 7 Cheetham & Failsworth districts. (JGSGB)

  • Name files held at the Manchester Jewish Museum. (JGSGB)

  • Tapes held at the Manchester Jewish Museum (JGSGB)

  • Index of Jewish names in Manchester City News, 1875-1923 A-C. (JGSGB)

  • Watch Committee Index A-F. Notes by Williams, B.(JGSGB)

Web Site

Greater Manchester Jewish Community


Middlesbrough

Bibliographical References

  • Bookey, B. - Middlesbrough Hebrew Congregation Old and New Cemeteries. (JGSGB)

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980 pp. 310-316. [1981, Extract on Middlesbrough available on-line through the Kehilat Middlesbrough Newsletter and Archives website.] (BL, JCL, UCL)

  • Wiseman, Donald - Kehilat Middlesbrough - Past, Present & Future. [2007]

  • 1874-1974 One Hundred Years of Jewish Worship. A short history of the Middlesborough Hebrew Congregation, 1974.  (JGSGB)

Middlesbrough Jewish Congregation & Community


Newcastle upon Tyne

Bibliographical References

  • Appleby, Daniel - Service and Scandal: the life and times of an immigrant Jewish Clergyman (Rev. David Applebaum) [2013, New Montague Press, London] (BL, JGSGB, LBL, LSJS, UCL, Tyne & Wear Archives)

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry. pp. 44-45. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Guttentag, G D. - The beginnings of the Newcastle Jewish Community. [Trans JHSE XXV 1973/5]

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980, pp. 17-213. [1981] (BL, JCL, UCL)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 84-85. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Newcastle upon Tyne Old Hebrew Congregation, Seventy-fifth Anniversary Celebration Brochure [1955, Newcastle]

Archives & Records

 

Newcastle Jewish Community


Northampton

Bibliographical References

  • Collins, A.J. - 18th Century Northampton Jewry and its Cemetery. [Trans JHSE Vol. XV 1939/1945]

  • Jolles, Michael - Northampton's Jewish Perspective. [Shemot October 1997 vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 17-19] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Jolles, Michael - A Short History of the Jews of Northampton, 1159-1996. [1996] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Jolles, Michael - The Northampton Jewish Cemetery. (The Jewish section of Towcester Road Cemetery.  [1994] (JGSGB)

Northampton  Jewish Congregation & Community
Pre-Expulsion Northampton Jewish Community


North Shields - see North Tyneside


North Tyneside
(including North Shields and Whitley Bay)

Bibliographical References

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980.  North Shields pp. 251-256 Whitley Bay, pp. 261-264 [1981] (BL, JCL, UCL)

  • Pollins, Harold - The Jewish Community of North Shields.  [Jewish Journal of Sociology, volume XLIX, Nos. 1 & 2, 2007, pp.47-70.]

Archives & Records

North Tyneside Jewish Community


Norwich

Bibliographical References

  • Brown, M.  - The Jews of Norfolk and Suffolk before 1840. [Trans JHSE XXXII 1990/92]

  • Levine, H. - The Norwich Hebrew Congregation 1840-1960, A Short History. [1961, Norwich Hebrew Congregation: Norwich] (UCL)

  • Levy, S. - Norwich Day-Book. [Trans JHSE V 1902-5]

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - The Jews of Medieval Norwich. [Trans JHSE 1967]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry,  pp. 85-87. [1950]  (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Norwich Jewish Community
Pre-Expulsion Norwich Jewish Community


Nottingham

Bibliographical References

  • Fisher, Nelson - Eight hundred years. the story of Nottingham's Jews.  [1998, History of Nottingham Jewry Research Team] (BL, JCL, JGSGB, UCL)

  • Roth, Cecil -  The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 87-89. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Spungin, J. - A Short History of the Jews of Nottingham. [1951, Prepared at the request of the Nottingham Hebrew Congregation for the Diamond Jubilee of the consecration of the Synagogue, Chaucer Street.] (BL)

Nottingham Jewish Congregation


Oxford

Bibliographical References

  • Brown, Reva Berman, and Sean McCartney - David of Oxford and Licoricia of Winchester - glimpses into a Jewish family in thirteenth-century England.  [Trans. JHSE, Vol. XXXIX 2004]

  • Cohen, S.  - Oxford Jewry in the 13th Century. [Trans JHSE Vol. XIII 1932/1935]

  • Dann, Uriel - Jews in 18th-Century Oxford: Further Observations.  [1991, Oxoniensia, vol 56, pp. 345-53, 1989]

  • Gershfield, Edward M. - Oxford and the Jewish Problem.  [1965, Conservative Judaism, vol 20, no. 1, pp. 30-35, Student Life]

  • Glasser, Ralph - Gorbals Boy at Oxford. [1988]

  • Hill, Reva - Gone to blazes in Oxford.  [Shemot March 2004 Vol. 12 No. 1. pp 20-21] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Jackson, Freda - Then and Now: A Collection of Recollections. [1992]

  • Lewis, David M. - The Jews of Oxford. [1992, Oxford Jewish Congregation] (BL, JCL, UCL)

  • Loewe, Michael - A Jewish Home in Oxford and Cambridge in the 1920s and 1930s. [1999, The Magazine of the Cambridge Society, pp. 40-44.]

  • Loewe, R.  - Hebrew books and “Judaica” in medieval Oxford and Cambridge. [In J.M. Shaftesley (ed.) Remember the Days: essays on Anglo-Jewish History presented to Cecil Roth, 1966]

  • Mound, Gloria - The Hitherto Unknown Jews of Banbury. [Cake & Cockhorse, vol 12 no 3, 1992, pp.66-74]

  • Mundill, Robin R. - Lumbard and Son: the business and debtors of two Jewish moneylenders in late thirteenth-century England. (Note: The two moneylenders were based in Oxfordshire and had a great deal to do with the city of Oxford. Harold Pollins) [The Jewish Quarterly Review, Vol. LXXXII, Nos. 1 & 2 (July-October) 1991, pp. 137-170]

  • Neubauer, A.  - Notes on the Jews in Oxford. [1890, Oxford Historical Society, Collecteana, 2nd series]

  • Pollins, Harold - A quantity of articles posted to the JCR-UK website and listed on the Oxford Community Page

  • Pollins, Harold - A Travelling Jeweller's Doppelganger.  [Shemot September 2000 Vol. 8 No. 3. pp 32-33] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Pollins, Harold - A Travelling Jeweller's Doppelganger, an Addendum.  [Shemot June 2002, Vol. 10 No. 2. p 29] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Pollins, Harold - Herbert Martin James Loewe in Oxford. [2006, Jewish Journal of Sociology, Vol 48, nos. 1 & 2, pp. 34-49]

  • Pollins, Harold and Lockyer, K.Q. - The Slapoffski Families of Oxford and Australia.  [Shemot December 2005, Vol. 13 No. 4.] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 89-90. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Jews of Medieval Oxford. [1951] (LBL)

  • Roth, Cecil - Oxford Starrs. [1957, Oxoniensia, vol 22, pp. 63-77, 1957]

  • Roth, Cecil - Jews in Oxford after 1290. [Oxoniensia, vol 15, pp. 63-80] (JGSGB, LBL)

  • Salter, H.E. - Was there a Domus Conversorum in Oxford?  [Miscellanies of the JHSE II, 1935.]

  • Stokes, H.P. (canon), M.N. - A 13th Century Jewish Family in Oxford. [J. Trans JHSE X 1921/3]

  • Sam. Lord Segal of Wytham 1902-1985, Anon., privately printed, n.d.

Archives & Records

  • The Bodleian (the University Library) has much material on the community, including some MS minutes from the 1880s, and much ephemeral material, including annual reports of the congregation, located in the John Johnson Collection, relating to the period since about the 1970s. It has copies of published items on the community's history.

  • The Oxfordshire County Council Record Office has a major collection of MS material relating to the community and to its various organisations, mainly from the 1940s.

  • Oxford Jewish Heritage website at: http://www.oxfordjewishheritage.co.uk, profile of Oxford Jewish history from earliest records through to modern day community activities, including detailed maps of Medieval Jewish Oxford, an Inventory of Hebraica and Judaica in the Oxford Colleges, Blue Plaques for famous Oxford Jews and much more

Oxford Jewish Congregation
Pre-Expulsion Oxford Jewish Community


Penzance

Bibliographical References

  • Brock, E.  - The Jewish Community of Penzance, a brief account of their history. (JGSGB)

  • Friedlander, Evelyn (Editor) -  The Jews of Devon and Cornwall. [2000, The Hidden Legacy Foundation, ISBN 1 900178 82 6]

  • Newall, V.  - The Jews of Cornwall in Local Tradition. [Trans JHSE XXVI 1974/78]

  • Pearce, Keith - The Jews of Cornwall, A History, Tradition and Settlement to 1913 [May 2014, Halsgrove]

  • Pearce, Keith and Fry, Helen - The Lost Jews of Cornwall.   [2000, ISBN 1 900178 27 3] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL)

  • Pearce, Keith - The Jews of Cornwall, A History, Tradition and Settlement to 1913 [May 2014, Halsgrove] - review in Shemot August 2014 vol. 22, no. 2, p.29

  • Roth, Cecil - The Jewish Community of Penzance. [Articles in the Jewish Chronicle, May & June 1933]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 90-91. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Soyinka, Susan - Penzance Synagogue - A Brief History, Information in Support of Application to English Heritage to Revise Listing  [March 2014] - available on-line on JCR-UK.

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South-East England. [1977 University of Exeter thesis] - available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Susser, Bernard - Census Returns for Jews in Devon Cornwall and Stroud. [1996, private publication]

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England - The Rise and Decline of their Medieval and Modern Communities. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish South-West of England Census Returns - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 1. [c. 1996, Susser Press]  - review in Shemot July 1996 vol. 4, no. 2, p.17

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish Tombstone Inscriptions in S. W. England - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 3. [c. 1996, Susser Press] (JGSGB) - Introduction, Penzance section (with photographs) and certain other sections available on line as part of the Susser Archive

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

Penzance Jewish Congregation & Community


Plymouth

Bibliographical References

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry,   pp. 41-42. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Black, Doris - The Plymouth Synagogue 1761-1961. [1961]

  • Conway, David - The Bland Family of Plymouth.  [Shemot July 2009, Vol. 17 No. 2.] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Green, G L. - The Royal Navy and Anglo-Jewry 1740-1820. [1989]

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - Plymouth Aliens Lists, 1798  and 1803. [Trans JHSE Miscellanies VI 1962]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, p. 91-93. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Susser, Bernard - Social Acclimatisation of Jews in 18th and 19th Century Devon. [1970 University of Exeter thesis] - available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South-East England. [1977 University of Exeter thesis] - available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Susser, Bernard - Census Returns for Jews in Devon Cornwall and Stroud. [1996, private publication]

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England - The Rise and Decline of their Medieval and Modern Communities. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL) - reviews in Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1, no. 2, p.16 and January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

  • Susser, Bernard - - Jewish South-West of England Census Returns - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 1. [c. 1996, Susser Press]  - review in Shemot July 1996 vol. 4, no. 2, p.17

  • Susser, Bernard - Tombstone Inscriptions in the Old Jewish Cemetery on Plymouth Hoe - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 2. [1972, new addition 1996, Susser Press] (JGSGB) - review in Shemot July 1996 vol. 4, no. 2, p.15. - available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Susser, Bernard - Jewish Tombstone Inscriptions in S. W. England - Studies in Anglo-Jewish History No. 3. [c. 1996, Susser Press] (JGSGB) Introduction and certain other sections available on line as part of the Susser Archive

  • Susser, Bernard - Biography of Nathan Joseph Altmann of Plymouth - available on-line by JCR-UK as part of the Susser Archive.

  • The Jews of Devon and Cornwall. [2000, The Hidden Legacy Foundation]

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

Plymouth Jewish Community


Portsmouth

Bibliographical References

  • Green, Geoffrey L. - The Royal Navy And Anglo-Jewry 1740-1820. [1989]

  • Meisels, I S. - Jewish Congregation of Portsmouth, 1766-1842.  [Trans JHSE Vol VI 1908/10]

  • Neuman, Eugene - Article on the Jews of Portsmouth and Circumcision Register.  [Trans JHSE Vol XVII 1951]

  • Roche, Henry - The Jews of Portsmouth, Sources and Information, 1740-1870.  [Shemot, January 1994 vol 2. p.27] (BL,JGSGB)

  • Roche, Henry - Portsmouth Circumcision Register review. [Shemot March 2009 vol. 17/1 pp. 21-22] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Portsmouth Community and its Historical Background.  [Trans JHSE XIII 1932]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 94-95. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England. [1993, University of Exeter Press] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Weinberg, Aubrey - Portsmouth Jewry , 1985.  [11986]

  • Wolf, Lucien - A Peep into Portsmouth Pinches.  [15 August 1890, The Jewish Chronicle]

  • Portsmouth Jewry. [Portsmouth Papers No.41, Portsmouth City Council] (JGSGB)

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Portsmouth Mendacity Society 1859 (List of Officers and Subscribers). (JGSGB)

Portsmouth and Southsea Jewish Congregation & Community

 


Preston

Bibliographical References

  • Cowell, John - Furriers, Glaziers, Doctors and Others: a History of the Preston Jewish Community. [2009 - jcowellnix@yahoo.com]

Preston Jewish Congregation & Community

 


Ramsgate

Bibliographical References

  • Cardozo, D.A.J. and Goodman, Paul -  Think and Thank: the Montefiore Synagogue and College, Ramsgate 1833-1933. (BIU)

  • Krinsky, C. H.  - The Synagogues of Europe, pp. 424-426 [1985, The M.I.T. Press, Cambridge MA]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, p. 95. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Ramsgate Jewish Congregation & Community


Reading

Bibliographical References

  • Krisman, Sue - Portrait of a Community, Reading Synagogue, 1900-2000. [2001] (JGSGB)

Reading  Jewish Community


Sheerness (in Swale)

Bibliographical References

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 96-98. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Webster, Martin - The Jewish Community of Sheerness. [Notes and articles collected by Martin Webster] (JGSGB)

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Webster, Martin - Jewish Cemeteries of Kent.  Inscriptions at Canterbury, Chatham, Dover, Sheerness. (JGSGB)

Sheerness Jewish Congregation & Community


Sheffield

Bibliographical References

  • Ballin, N. D. - The Early Days of Sheffield Jewry, 1760-1900. [1986] (UCL).

  • Isaacs, E. - Episodes. [1996, pub. Walker & Carson] (BL)

  • Kosmin B A., Bauer, M. and Grizzard, N. - Steel City Jews: a study of ethnicity and social mobility in the Jewish population of the city of Sheffield, South Yorkshire.  1946- 1976 (BL)

  • Krausz, Armin - Sheffield Jewry: commentary on a community. [1980] (BL, JCL, UCL)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, p.99. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Sheffield Jewish Community


Southampton

Bibliographical References

  • Allin, P.  - Medieval Southampton and its Jews. [Trans JHSE XXIII 1969/70]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, p.100. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • Plan of the Jewish sections of Southampton Cemetery, E32, F40, F41. (JGSGB)

Archives & Records

  • The Parkes Library, University of Southampton, established by James Parkes  - a major resource for the study of Jewish/non-Jewish relations across the ages.

Southampton Jewish Community
Pre-Expulsion Southampton Jewish Community


South Shields

Bibliographical References

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980, pp. 256-261. [1981] (BL, JCL UCL)

Archives & Records

South Shields Jewish Congregation & Community


Stockport

Bibliographical References

  • Bernstein, Harry - The Invisible Wall [2007]

  • Hilton, C. - The Stockport Jewish Community. (JGSGB)

Stockport Jewish Congregation & Community


Stockton-on-Tees

Bibliographical References

  • Bookey, B. - Stockton Hebrew Congregation. (JGSGB)

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980, pp. 307-310. [1981] (BL, JCL,  UCL)

Stockton Jewish Congregation & Community


Stoke-on-Trent

Bibliographical References

  • Down, I. - A Modern History of Jewish Settlement in the Potteries [May 1954, BA Dissertation, Keele University]

  • Moreland, Shula P. - Jewish Settlement in Staffordshire: the early years, 1811-1901, [2009, Jewish Historical Studies, vol. 42,  pp.97 -120]

Stoke-on-Trent Jewish Congregation & Community


Stroud

Bibliographical References

  • Pollins, Harold - The Jewish Community of Stroud.

  • Susser, Rabbi - Census Returns for Jews in Devon Cornwall and Stroud. [1996, private publication]

  • Torode, Brian - The Hebrew Community of Cheltenham, Gloucester and Stroud. [1999, private publication] (JCL, JGSGB, UCL)

Stroud Jewish Congregation & Community


Sunderland

Bibliographical References

  • Appleby, Daniel - Service and Scandal: the life and times of an immigrant Jewish Clergyman pp.69-72 [2013, New Montague Press, London] (BL, JGSGB, LBL, LSJS, UCL, Tyne & Wear Archives)

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry, pp. 42-44. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Daiches, S. - An Historical Sketch of the Jewish Congregation.  [Antiquities of Sunderland Vol. XV  1914-1914, p. 82, Read to the Sunderland Antiquarian Society on 8 December 1914].

  • Davis, Harold A. - Sunderland Jewry at War - Sunderland Jewish Community Bulletin for the Forces (1942-1946) [2009] (JGSGB, PL-US)

  • Leigh, Gordon - From Kretinga to Sunderland: a Jewish Chain Migration from Lithuania, a thesis.

  • Levy, Arnold - History of the Sunderland Jewish Community 1755-1955.  [1955, London, McDonald] (JGSGB, PL-US)

  • Levy, Arnold - The Behr Tree. [1949, private publication, a copy can be viewed-on-line on the JewishGen ShtetLinks site for Kretinga)

  • Olsover, Lewis - The Jewish Communities of North-East England, 1755-1980, pp. 264-294. [1981] (BL, JCL, UCL)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp.100-102. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Susser, Bernard - The nineteenth-century constitution of the Sunderland Congregation.  [Trans JHSE XL 2005]

  • Taylor, Derek & Davis, Harold A. - The Sunderland Beth Hamedresh 1889-1999 - The Road to Gateshead [2010] (JCL, PL-US)

  • Kretinga. [Shemot December 1996 vol. 4/4] (BL, JGSGB)

Archives & Records

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

  • List of Memorial Lights – “Joel Intract Memorial Home of Rest” Sunderland. (Ex Annual Report) List of deaths at the home 1923-1991. (JGSGB)

Sunderland Jewish Community


Swale - see Sheerness


Torquay

Bibliographical References

  • Susser, Bernard - Census Returns for Jews in Devon Cornwall and Stroud. [1996, private publication]

  • Susser, Bernard - The Jews of South West England. [1993., University of Exeter Press] (JGSGB, UCL)

  • The Jews of Devon and Cornwall. [2000, The Hidden Legacy Foundation. 2000 ISBN 1 900178 82 6]

Torquay Jewish Congregation & Community


Warwick

Bibliographical References

  • Jews of Medieval Warwick [Victoria County History of Warwickshire, vol 8 (1969), pp. 486-7] Available online, at http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16053

  • Jews of Warwick 1180 to 1280 [Warwickshire History - Journal of the Warwickshire Local History Society, Winter 2005/2006 edition]

Birmingham Jewish Community
Pre-Expulsion Warwick Jewish Community


Whitehaven

Bibliographical References

  • Sellick, W.R. - Whitehaven and its Jews 1774-1850. (JGSGB)

Whitehaven Jewish Congregation & Community


Whitley Bay - see North Tyneside


Wigan

Bibliographical References

  • Jackson, Richard W. - Wigan's Lost Jewish Heritage [ Past-Forward, March-December 2012, published by the Wigan Heritage Service]

Wigan Jewish Congregation & Community


York (pre-1290)

Bibliographical References

  • Adler, M.  - Aaron of York. [Trans JHSE Vol. XIII 1932/1935]

  • Birnbaum, E.  - Starrs of Aaron of York in Dean and Chapter Muniments of Durham. [Trans JHSE Vol. XIX 1955/1959]

  • Brunskill, E.  - Jews in Medieval York. [Trans JHSE XX 1959/61]

  • Dobson, R.B.  - The Decline and Expulsion of the Medieval Jews of York. [Trans JHSE XXVI 1974/78]

  • Dobson, R.D.  - The Jews of Medieval York and the Massacre of 1190. [1974 or 1979] (JGSGB)

  • Haes, F. - Clifford's Tower, York. [Trans JHSE Vol. IV 1899/1901]

  • The Jewish Burial Ground at Jewbury [1995, York Archeological Trust, ISBN 1-872414-50-8] - review in Shemot February 1995 vol. 3, no. 1, p.16

York Jewish Congregation & Community
Pre-Expulsion York Jewish Community


LONDON


London - General

Bibliographical References

  • Adler, E. N. - The History of the Jews in London [1930, Philadelphia]

  • Adler, Henrietta - New Survey of London Life and Labour. [1929]

  • Alderman, Geoffrey - The Federation of Synagogues 1887-1987.  [1987, Federation of Synagogues] (JCL)

  • Alderman, Geoffrey - London Jewry and London Politics 1889-1986.  [1989 - Routledge]

  • Arnold, A. P.  - List of Jews and their Households in London 1695 [Trans JHSE Miscellanies VI 1962]

  • Blank, J. E. - Minutes of the Federation of Synagogues - A Twenty-five Years Review -  [1912]

  • Black, Gerry - Jewish London: An Illustrated History [2003, 2007 Breedon, Derby] (BLO, UCL)

  • Booth, Charles - The Life and Labour of People in London, including essays on London Jewry by Beatrice Potter.

  • Bueno de Mesquita, D. - The Historical Associations of the Bet Ahaim (cemetery).  [1924, pp 225-254. 29V4825. Notes: no tombstones, 1657-??, many first Sephardic families of London, community founders, ancient Sephardic cemetery at 253 Mile End Rd. Source: Tagger, Mathilde. Printed Books on Jewish cemeteries in the Jewish National and University Library in Jerusalem: an annotated bibliography. Jerusalem.]

  • Gould, Julius - Jewish Commitment: A Study in London [1984, The Institute of Jewish Affairs, London] (JCL)

  • Hyamson, Albert Montefiore - The London Board for Shechita, 1804-1954.  [1954, London Board for Shechita]

  • Hyamson, Albert Montefiore - Jews College London 1855-19555 [1955, Jews College]

  • Jacobs, Joseph - Statistics of the Jewish Population of London, 1873-1893  [1894]

  • Kershen, Anne  - 150 Years of Progressive Judaism in Britain. [1990, London Museum of  Jewish Life]

  • Krinsky, C. H.  - The Synagogues of Europe. [1985] (The M.I.T. Press, Cambridge MA). pp. 412-424

  • Lehmann, R. - A History of Jews College Library [1967]

  • Lindsay, P. - The Synagogues of London. [1993, Valentine Mitchell, London  ISBN 0-85303-241-6] (BIU)

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - A Century of Social Service, A History of the Jewish Board of Guardians 1859-1959. [1959, Routledge & Kegan Paul]

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - The Rise of Suburbia.  [Trans JHSE XIX 1956] 

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - The structure of London Jewry in the mid-nineteenth century  1967, Essays presented to Chief Rabbi Brodie]

  • Mayhew, H. - London Labour and London Poor. [1851]

  • Mills, John (Rev.) - The British Jews. [London 1853]

  • Neldola, D. - Epitaph to the memory of the much lamented Abigail, third daughter of David Abrabanel Lindo. [London, 1848. 1 loose leaf. R 8‏91B4497.] [Source: Tagger, Mathilde. Printed Books on Jewish cemeteries in the Jewish National and University Library in Jerusalem: an annotated bibliography. Jerusalem:]

  • Newman, Aubrey - The United Synagogue 1870-1970. [1976, Routledge & Kegan Paul] (JCL, JGSGB) 

  • Pfeffer, Jeremy I. - From One End of the Earth to the Other - The London Beth Din 1805 to 1855 and Australian Convict Transportees. [2008, Sussex Academic Press ISBN 978-1-84519-293-8] (JCL)

  • Renton, Peter - The Lost Synagogues of London. [2000, Tymsder Publishing ISBN 0-9531104-7-8]

  • Roth, Cecil - Archives of the United Synagogue. [1930]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Federation of Synagogues. [1937]

  • Roth, Cecil - Lesser London Synagogues of 18th Century.  [Trans JHSE Miscellanies III 1937]

  • Russell and Lewis - The Jews of London - Indexing of London Synagogue Records. [Shemot Winter 1992 vol.1/1 and February 1995 vol. 3/1] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Shapiro, Aumie and Michael - Jewish Londoners [1992, Springboard Education Trust, ISBN 09512230 38]   - review in Shemot July 1994 vol. 2, no. 3, p. 16

  • Shapiro, Aumie and Michael - When We Were Young [1988, Springboard Education Trust, ISBN 0 9512230 11]   - review in Shemot July 1994 vol. 2, no. 3, p. 16 16 16 16 16

  • Srebrnik, Henry Felix - London Jews and British Communism 1935 -1945. [1995, Vallentine Mitchell]  (JCL)

  • Tucker, Charles and Jacobs, Hannah & David - - London's Jewish Cemeteries [1988, London Museum of Jewish Life]

  • White, Paul - List of Merchants in London 1677-1820 (including Residences and Occupations. Compiled from The Little London Directory 1677 and Kent's Directory 1732-1785. (JGSGB)

  • Greater London History Library - [Shemot Spring 1993 vol. 1/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Greater London Record Office - [Shemot, June 1995 vol. 3/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Willesden Cemetery History - [Shemot, July 1997 vol. 5/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Maiden Lane Cemetery - [Shemot, June 2000 vol. 8/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Jewish Genealogical Resources at the London Metropolitan Archives  - [Shemot, June 2001 vol. 9/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • London Directories - the Place to Look - [Shemot, June 2006 Vol. 14 No. 2] (BL, JGSGB)

Archives & Records

London JCR-UK home page


London - Medieval (pre-1290 expulsion)

Bibliographical References

  • Adler, M. - The testimony of the London Jewry against the ministers of Henry III. [Trans JHSE XIV 1940 pp. 141-185]

  • Blair, I., Hillaby, J., Howell, I., Sermon, R. and Watson, B.  - The discovery of two medieval mikva’ot in London and a reinterpretation of the Bristol “mikveh”. [Trans JHSE XXXVII 2002, pp. 15-40]

  • Hillaby, J.  - London Jewry: William I to John. [Trans JHSE XXXIII 1992/94]

  • Honeybourne, M. B.  - Pre-Expulsion Cemetery of the Jews in London. [Trans JHSE XX 1959/61]

  • Roth, Cecil - Elijah of London: the most illustrious English Jew of the Middle Ages. [Trans JHSE XV 1946, pp. 29-62]

  • Logan, F. D.  - Thirteen London Jews and conversion to Christianity - problems of apostasy in the 1280s - [Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, vol XLV, 1972, pp. 214-229.]

  • Rabinowitz, L. I. - The London Get of 1287. [Trans JHSE XXI 1968, pp. 314-322]

  • Sacks, M. Y. L.  - The Writings of Rabbi Elijah of London, edited from MSS with an introduction and notes by 1956 (In Hebrew).

Pre-Expulsion London Jewish Community


City of London

Bibliographical References

      Bevis Marks Synagogue

  • Barnett, L. (ed.) - Bevis Mark Records I - The Early History of the Congregation of Spanish and Portuguese Jews in London Until 1800. [1940, Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation Publication]

  • Barnett, L. (ed.) - Bevis Mark Records II - Abstract of the Ketubot or Marriage-contracts from earliest times until 1937. [1949, Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation Publication]

  • Barnett, R. et al (ed.) - Bevis Mark Records IV - Circumcision Register of Isaac and Abraham de Paiba 1715-1775 [1991, Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation Publication] and supplements (circumcisions 1679-1699, some marriages 1679-1689, some births of girls 1679-1699).

  • Barnett, R.  - El Libro de Los Acuerdos, The Records and Accompts of the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue of London, 1663-1681 [1931, Oxford].

  • Barnett, R.D.J. - Correspondence of the Mahammad of the Spanish & Portuguese Jews Congregation of London during the 17th and 18th Centuries. [Trans JHSE XX 1959/61]

  • Barnett, R.D. and Levy, A. - The Bevis Marks Synagogue.  [1975 Society of Hashaim, London]

  • Bueno de Mesquita,  Rev  D., report of a paper read by -The Historical Associations of the Ancient Burial-grounds of the Sephardi Jews.  [JHSE Transactions Sessions 1921-1923, B.A. Spottiswoode, Balentyne & Co. Ltd., pp 225-254, 1924]

  • Diamond, A.  - The Cemetery of the Resettlement. [Trans JHSE XIX, pp 163-190, 1960]

  • Diamond, A.S.  - Problems of the London Sephardi Community 1720-33. [JHSE Trans 1962/67]

  • Gaster, M - History of the Ancient Synagogue of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews [1901]

  • Goodman, P. -  Bevis Marks in History. [1934, Oxford University Press]

  • Green, A. -  Moses Montifiore: Jewish Liberator, Imperial Hero. [2010, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.]

  • Hyamson, Albert Montefiore - The Oldest Synagoguee  (LBL)

  • Hyamson, Albert Montefiore - The Sephardim of England: a history of the Spanish and Portuguese Jewish community, 1492-1951. [1951, Methuen & Co., London] (LBL)

  • Kadish, Sharman - The Burial Grounds of the Settlement - and how to preserve them for the next 350 years. [2006, The Cable No. 1].

  • Krinsky, C. H. - The Synagogues of Europe,  pp. 412-417. [1985, The M.I.T. Press, Cambridge MA].

  • Laski, N.  - The Laws and Charities of the Spanish & Portuguese Jews Congregation of London. [1952, Cresset Press]

  • Lipman, Caron (Dr) - The Sephardic Jewish Cemeteries at Queen Mary, University of London [2012, Queen Mary, University of London].

  • Lipman, Vivian  D. - Sephardi and other Jewish immigrants in England in the eighteenth century', Migration and Settlement [1971]

  • Rodrigues-Pereira, M. & Loewe, C. (ed.) - Bevis Mark Records V -  The Birth Register (1767-1881) of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation, London. [1993, Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation Publication]

  • Rodrigues-Pereira, M. & Loewe, C. (ed. and Intro.) - Bevis Mark Records VI - The Burial Register (1733-1918) and the Novo (new) Cemetery of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation, London, with some later entries [1997, Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation Publication]

  • Samuel, W.S. & Castello, M.N.J. - First London Synagogue of the Resettlement.  [Trans JHSE X 1921/3]

  • Shapiro, Aumie and Michael - Jewish Londoners [1992, Springboard Education Trust]

  • Shapiro, Aumie and Michael - When We Were Young [Springboard Education Trust]

  • Whitehill, G. (ed.) - Bevis Mark Records III - Abstracts of the Ketubot or Marriage-contracts and of Civil Marriage Registers of the Congregation, 1837-1901. [1993, Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation Publication]

  • Jewish Historical Society of England - Miscellaneous Part !V: Containing the Burial Register of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews, London, 1657-1735 - [JHSE 1962]

  • Bevis Mark Records - summary [Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation Publication]:

    • Part I - The Early History of the Congregation of Spanish and Portuguese Jews in London Until 1800

    • Part II - Marriage Registers 1686-1837

    • Part III - Marriage Registers 1837-1901

    • Part IV - Circumcision Register of Isaac and Abraham de Paiba 1715-1775 and supplements (circumcisions 1679-1699, some marriages 1679-1689, some births of girls 1679-1699)

    • Part V - Birth Register 1767-1881 and Circumcision Registers 1767-1881 (includes several hundred Askenazim) - review in Shemot January 1994 vol. 2, no. 1, p.12

    • Part VI - Burial Register 1733-1918 of the Novo (New) Cemetery (with later entries)

  • London Metropolitan Archives - Archives of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews Congregation

      Great Synagogue

  • Duschinsky - The Rabbinate of the Great Synagogue, London [1921]

  • Mayerowitsch, H. - Chazanim of the Great Synagogue, London. [Trans JHSE Miscellanies IV 1942]

  • Roth, Cecil - Membership of the Great Synagogue, London, to 1791. [Trans JHSE Miscellanies VI 1962]

  • Roth, Cecil - History of the Great Synagogue. [Susser Archive - available on-line]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Great Synagogue, London 1690-1940. [1950, Edward Goldston] (LBL)

  • Duschinsky, C. - The Rabbinate of the Great Synagogue, London from 1756 to 1842. [1921, 1971] (BIU)

  • Lewin, Harold and Miriam - Birth Records of the Great and Hambro Synagogues London. [Second Edition 2009, harmir908gmail.com]

      Hambro Synagogue and New Synagogue

  • Esterson W.  - The History of the Hambro' Synagogue on the Occasion of its 200th Anniversary. [1925. Published by the Hambro' Synagogue]

  • Lewin, Harold and Miriam - Birth Records of the Great and Hambro Synagogues London. [Second Edition 2009, harmir908gmail.com]

  • Levy A.B. - The 200-year-old New Synagogue. [1960, Published by the New Synagogue.]

      General

  • The Cable - the magazine of the Jewish East End Celebration Society, published from 2006

City of London Jewish Congregations


London Borough of
Barnet

Bibliographical References

  • Alderman, G. -  The History of the Hendon Synagogue 1928-1978 [1978] (BIU)

  • Balkin, Harry - History of the Friern Hospital Synagogue and its Congregants  - Heritage No. 4, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society, pp. 97-105 [1993]

  • Grose, I. - The Hampstead Garden Suburb Synagogue: the First Fifty Years. [1984] (BIU)

  • Jacobs, Louis - Four Rabbinic Positions in Anglo-Jewry - 'Munk's'. [The Jewish Year Book 2000 - Essays, pp 76-77] (BL, JCL, LBL, UCL)

  • Krinsky, C. H. - The Synagogues of Europe. pp. 422-424 - (Finchley Synagogue) [1985, The M.I.T. Press, Cambridge MA]

  • Munk, E - The Golders Green Beth Hamedrash Congregation; Laws and Customs (1959)

  • The Eruv HaMehudar in NW London [2008, Editor - Rav. T. Frand Shlit"a, published by Friends of the North West London Eruv]

  • Southgate and District Reform Synagogue, Silver Jubilee, 1961/1986 [1986]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Barnet


London Borough of
Brent

Bibliographical References

  • Kolsky, Rachel - Looking around Willesden Cemetery. [Shemot August 2013 vol. 21, No. 2 pp. 33-35] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Krinsky, C. H.  - The Synagogues of Europe, pp. 419-421 (Dollis Hill Synagogue). [1985, The M.I.T. Press, Cambridge MA]

  • Lazurus, H.  - History of the Brondesbury Synagogue. [1930, Published by the Brondesbury Synagogue]

  • Lieberman B.B.  - History of the Cricklewood Synagogue. [1956, Published by the Cricklewood Synagogue]

  • Lebor, Marian  - Northwest Celebrates 60 - a History of the Northwest London Jewish Day School. [2005] (JGSGB)

  • Melinek, A.  - History of the Brondesbury Synagogue. [1955, Published by the Brondesbury Synagogue]

  • Susser, Bernard  - The History of the Willesden & Brondesbury Synagogue 1934-1994. [1994, Published by the Willesden & Brondesbury Synagogue.] - available on line as part of the Susser Archive.

  • Wenzerul, Rosemary - Willesden Cemetery History. [Shemot July 1997 vol. 5, No. 2, p. 9] (BL, JGSGB) 

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Brent


London Borough of
Camden

Bibliographical References

     Hampstead 

  • Roth, Cecil - The First Jew in Hampstead.  [1932. Jewish Museum Publications No. 1. Reprinted from the Jewish Chronicle of 28.10.1932] (LBL)

  • Apple, Raymond - The Hampstead Synagogue, 1892-1967.  [1967, Valentine, Mitchell]

     Holborn 

  • Lichtenstein, Rachel - Diamond Street: The Hidden World of Hatton Garden (London Streets Trilogy 2) [2012]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Camden


London Borough of
Enfield

Bibliographical References

  • Balkin, Harry - History of the Friern Hospital Synagogue and its Congregants  - Heritage No. 4, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society, pp. 97-105 [1993]

  • Baum, J. and B. - A light unto my path: the story of H N Solomon of Edmonton - Biography of Henry Napthali Solomon, proprietor of a Jewish boys' boarding school at Edmonton.  [1981, Edmonton Hundred Historical Society]

  • Baum, J. and B. - Cemeteries, Housing and Controversies: Montague Road, Edmonton  - Heritage No. 3, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society pp. 3-40 [1988]

  • Baum, J. and B. - Never Before, Never Again! Evacuation in the Edmonton Hundreds  - Heritage No. 4, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society, pp. 58-96 [1993]

  • Dalling, G. - Early Jewish Settlement in Edmonton, Enfield and Southgate -  Heritage No.4, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society, pp. 12-27 [1993]

  • Frayman, J. - The History of the Cockfosters and North Southgate Synagogue - Heritage No.1, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society, [1982]

  • Grant, A. -  Sixty Years On: The Story of the Palmers Green and Southgate Synagogue - Heritage No.3, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society,  pp. 46-64 [1988]

  • Grant, A. -  Palmers Green and Southgate Synagogue. Golden Jubilee 1927/1977 [1977]

  • Young, Barry -  Edmonton Federation Progress Report (on photographing and cataloguing of the stones) - JGSGB Newsletter, Issue No. 45 (JGSGB) [October 2008]

  • Southgate and District Reform Synagogue, Silver Jubilee 1961/1986 [1986]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Enfield


London Borough of
Greenwich

Bibliographical References

     Woolwich 

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry - Woolwich, p.105.  [1950]  (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Jews in Early 19th-Century Woolwich - [Shemot, June 2000 vol. 8/2] (BL, JGSGB)

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Greenwich


London Borough of
Hackney

Bibliographical References

     Dalston  (Note: Dalston Synagogue was actually in Islington)

  • Cohen, H.  - Semi-Jubilee Celebration Record: 1928 [published by the Stoke Newington Synagogue]

  • Feldman, A.  - A Link with the Past - Some Notes on the New Dalston Synagogue and Schools. [1928, Women´s Printing Society, London]

  • Rabbinowitz, J.  - An Historical Sketch of the Dalston Synagogue 1885-1935.  [1935, published by the Dalston Synagogue]

  • Wasserzug, D.  - Dalston Synagogue: A Historical Sketch. [1910, published by the Dalston Synagogue]

  • Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration Record. [author unknown, published by the Stoke Newington Synagogue]

     Hackney 

  • Beckman, Morris  - The Hackney Crucible. [c.1996, Valentine Mitchell, London, ISBN 0 85303] - review in Shemot April 1996 vol. 4, no. 1, p.19

  • Brown, M. - The Jews of Hackney before 1840. [Trans JHSE XXX 1987/8]

  • Hackney Archives and Local Study Library. [Shemot, June 2001 vol. 9/2] (BL, JGSGB)

Stamford Hill 

  • Bernstein, M.  - Stamford Hill and the Jews Before 1915. [1976, M.S.B. Publications, London]

  • Levy A.B.  - The 200-year-old New Synagogue. 1960 [published by the New Synagogue]

  • Adass Yisroel - The History of the Congregation on its Silver Jubilee. 1936. (published by the Adass Yisroel Synagogue)

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Hackney


London Borough of
Hammersmith & Fulham

Bibliographical References

  • Adler, M.  - The History of the Hammersmith Synagogue. [1950, Edward Goldston]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham


London Borough of
Haringey

Bibliographical References

     Tottenham 

  • Baum, J. and B. - The Jews of Tottenham before the First World War. [1982, Heritage No.1, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society]

  • Baum, J. and Finkel, J. - Jewish Life in Tottenham, 1900-1930: A Further Study. [1984, Heritage No.5, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society, pp.1-65]

  • Baum, J. and B. - The Jewish Home and Hospital at Tottenham: The First 30 Years.  [1984, Heritage No.2, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society, pp.19-119]

  • Cohen, S. (Dr.) - The Tottenham Hebrew Congregation.  [1984, Heritage No.2, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society, pp. 3-10]

  • Fredman, H. - Some Memories of the Tottenham Hebrew Congregation. [1988, Heritage No.3, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society, pp. 94-104]

  • Mozer, H. - Some Personalities of the Tottenham Hebrew Congregation and their neighbours in caricature.  [1984, Heritage No.2, Jewish Research Group of the Edmonton Hundred Historical Society, pp. 11-15]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Haringey


London Borough of
Harrow

Bibliographical References

  • Sinclair, R. - Historical Wanderings of Harrow and Pinner.  [Published by the Pinner Synagogue]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Harrow


London Borough of
Islington

Bibliographical References

  • Bergerman, N. - The History of the North London Synagogue.  [1948, published by North London Synagogue]

  • Rabbinowitz, J. - History of the Dalston Synagogue. [1935, published by Dalston Synagogue]

  • Wasserzug, D. - Dalston Synagogue: A Historical Sketch.  [1910, published by Dalston Synagogue]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Islington


Royal London Borough of
Kensington and Chelsea

Bibliographical References

  • Shaw, H. - Notting Hill Synagogue Diamond Jubilee 1900 - 1960 [1960]

  • Chelsea Shul, Fourscore Years. [1997, Published by the congregation]

Jewish Congregations in the Royal London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea


London Borough of
Lambeth

Bibliographical References

  • Cohen, L. - Fifty Golden Years, A History of the Brixton Synagogue. [1958, published by Brixton Synagogue]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Lambeth


London Borough of
Lewisham

Bibliographical References

  • Wise, S.  - The South East London Synagogue. [1957, published by South East London Synagogue]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Lewisham


London Borough of
Newham

Bibliographical References

  • Bloch, H.  - Earlham Grove Shul: One Hundred Years of West Ham Synagogue and Community. [1997, published by the West Ham & Upton Park Synagogue]

Jewish Congregations in the London of Newham


London Borough of
Redbridge

Bibliographical References

  • Awaited

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Redbridge


London Borough of
Richmond upon Thames

Bibliographical References

  • Daiches-Dubens, R. - 18th Century Anglo-Jewry in and around Richmond, Surrey.  [Trans JHSE Vol. XVIII 1953/1955]

  • Finberg, H.F. - Jewish Residents of 18th Century Twickenham. [Trans JHSE Vol. XVI 1945/1951]

  • Howitt, A. - Richmond and its Jewish Connections. [1930, published privately]

  • History of the Richmond Synagogue. [1976, published by the Richmond Synagogue]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames


London Borough of the
Southwark

Bibliographical References

  • Rosenbaum, M. - History of the Borough New Synagogue.  [1917, Published by the congregation]

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Southwark


London Borough of the
Tower Hamlets
("London's East End")

Bibliographical References

  • Appleby, Daniel - Service and Scandal: the life and times of an immigrant Jewish Clergyman (Rev. David Applebaum) [2013, New Montague Press, London] (BL, JGSGB, LBL, LSJS, UCL)

  • Barden, Lena - The Chronicles of Lena Barden - 92 Years of Memories.   [2009] (JGSGB, Tower Hamlets Archive)

  • Bennett, John - E1: A Journey Through Whitechapel and Spitalfields.   [2008, Five Leaves Publications]

  • Berger, Doreen  - Service at Alderney Road Cemetery. [Shemot October 1997 vol. 5, no. 3, p.13]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Besant, W. - East London.   [1909, Chattos & Windus, London]

  • Black, Gerry - J.F.S. The History of the Jews' Free School, London, Since 1732.   [1998, Tymsder Publishers, London] - review in Shemot December 1997 vol. 5, no. 4, pp.16/17

  • Diamond, A.  - The Cemetery of the Resettlement. [Trans JHSE XIX, pp 163-190, 1960]

  • Diamond, B.  - Communal Affairs in Shoreditch. [Shemot December 2006 vol. 14/4]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Fisher, William  - - East End Jewish Radicals 1875-1914 [1975, Five Leaves Publications]

  • Fisher, William  - East End 1888 [1989, Five Leaves Publications]

  • Fisher, William  - The Streets of East End [1992, Five Leaves Publications]

  • Fishman, William J. - East End Jewish Radicals 1875-1914 [1975, Gerald Duckworth] (JCL)

  • Friedberg, Patricia  - 21 Aldgate [2010, Rainbow Books]

  • Glasman, G  - East End Synagogues [1987, Museum of Jewish East End, London]

  • Goldman, Willy  - East End My Cradle - Portrait of an Environment [1949, republished 2011 by Faber Finds]

  • Green, J.  - A Social History of the Jewish East End of London  1914-39 [1991, Edwin Mellen Press] (JCL, UCL)

  • Gutwirth, E.  - Stepney Jews in the 1670´s [Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society vol 30, pp 135-138, 1979]

  • Herselle, C. - Synagogues of Europe - Architecture, History, Meaning, pp. 417-419 (Spitalfields Great).  [1985, Dover Publications, ISBN 0 4862 9078 6.]

  • Hill, Reva - Harris Barnett of Bishopsgate. [Shemot, December 2012 vol. 20/3 pp. 15-16] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Homa, B. - Fortress in Anglo-Jewry - The Story of Machzike Hadath.  [1953, Shapiro Valentine, London]

  • Homa, B.  - Footprints on the Sands of Time. [1990, published by the author]

  • Kershen, A.  - Strangers, Aliens and Asians: Huguenots, Jews and Bangladeshis in Spitalfields 1660-2000. [2005, Taylor & Francis, London]

  • Kops, Bernard  - Bernard Kops´ East End. [2006, Five Leaves Publications]

  • Lammers, Benjamin J. - The Birth of the East End: Neighbourhood and Local Identity in Interwar East London. [2005, Journal of Social History, volume 39, number 2, page 331-344]

  • Lichtenstein, Rachel and Sinclair, Iain - Rodinsky´s Room (re Princelet Street) [1999, Granta Books]

  • Lichtenstein, Rachel - Rodinsky´s Whitechapel [1999, Granta Books]

  • Lichtenstein, Rachel - On Brick Lane (London Streets Trilogy 1) [2007, Hamish Hamilton]

  • Lipman, Caron (Dr) - The Sephardic Jewish Cemeteries at Queen Mary, University of London  [2012, Queen Mary, University of London].

  • Lipman, Vivian D. - A Century of Social Service, A History of the Jewish Board of Guardians 1859-1959 [1959, Routledge & Kegan Paul]

  • Marriott, John - - Beyond the Tower, A History of East London [2011, Yael University Press]

  • Melnick, Samuel C. - A Giant Among Giants (Rabbi Shmuel Kalman Melnick - Princelet Street Synagogue) [1994, The Pentland Press] - review in Shemot May 1994 vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 9-10

  • Newman, Aubrey (Prof.) (ed.) - - The Jewish East End: 1840-1939  [1981, Proceedings of a Conference held on 22 October 1881 jointly by JHSE and the Jewish East End Project of the Association of Jewish Youth] (JCL)

  • Newman, Aubrey (Prof.)  - The Poor Jews Temporary Shelter [Shemot, Summer 1993 vol. 1/3 pp. 29-31] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Palmer, Alan - The East End - Four Centuries of London Jewish Life. [1989]

  • Rau, D. - 1891 Census of Heads of Family from 1891 Census Project for Spitalfields [1994, Leicester]

  • Rodrigues-Pereira, M. & Loewe, C. (ed. and Intro.) - Bevis Mark Records VI - The Burial Register (1733-1918) and the Novo (new) Cemetery of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation, London, , with some later entries [1997, Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation Publication]

  • Rosenberg, David - Battle for the East End - Jewish Responses to Fascism in the 1930´s [2011, Five Leaves Publication, London]

  • Samuel, Raphael - East End Underworld [1981]  (Bishopsgate Library)

  • Shapiro, Aumie and Michael - The Jewish East End, Then and Now [1991, Springboard Education Trust]

  • Shapiro, Aumie and Michael - Jewish Londoners [1992, Springboard Education Trust]

  • Susan Soyinka - From East End to Lands's End, The Evacuation of the Jews Free School, London, to Mousehole in Cornwall During World War II [2010, DB Publishing, 2013 republished by Eliora Books]

  • Susser, Bernard - God's Acre - The Earliest Resettlement English Ashkenasi Cemetery. [1993]

  • Susser, Bernard (ed.) - Alderney Road Cemetery, 1673-1853. [1997] (JCL, JGSGB)

  • Wenzerul, Rosemary - Princelet Street Synagogue. [Shemot, March 2009 vol. 17/1 pp. 26-27] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Zangwill Israel - Children of the Ghetto: A Study of a Peculiar People. [1892 (republished 1922) William Heinemann, London]

  • Guide Map to the Jewish East End [1985, Springboard Education Trust]

  • Memories of the Jewish East End [1985, Springboard Education Trust]

  • More Memories [1987, Springboard Education Trust]

  • When We Were Young [1988, Springboard Education Trust]

  • Jewish East Enders [1992, Springboard Education Trust]

  • The Cable - the magazine of the Jewish East End Celebration Society [published from 2006]

  • The Dutch Ashkenazi Community in Spitalfields in the 19th Century. [Shemot March 1999 vol. 7/1]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Maiden Lane Cemetery. [Shemot June 2000 vol. 8/2]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Tower Hamlets Local History Library. [Shemot, March 2001 vol. 9/1] (BL, JGSGB)

Films and videos

  • East Endings, a film that celebrates the life and times of East End Cartoonist and humourist, Harry Balcker ("Nero"), 1910-1999 - 52 minutes [1993]

  • It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow, a television mini-series about Bethnal Green Tube Disaster 3 March 1943, based upon play by Bernard Kops. director/producer: John Goldschmidt (1974)

  • Just One Kid, a television film about the loss of a child in the East End, written by Bernard Kops, director/producer: John Goldschmidt (1974)

  • The Vanishing Street, a film that chronicles the life and times of Hessel Street Market director: Robert Vas[1962]

  • Wandering Star, a film that chronicles the Yiddish theatre and features interviews with Anna Tzelniker (1922-2012, Yiddish actress), Harry Ariel (1915-1989, Yiddish actor, director lyricist and playwright) and Bernard Medelovitch.

Archives & Records

  • Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives, 277 Bancroft Road, London E1 4DQ; tel: +44 20 7364 1290; email: localhistory@towerhamlets.gov.uk

  • Raphael Samuel Archives at the Bishopsgate Library & Institute

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets


London Borough of the
City of Westminster

Bibliographical References

  • Barnett, A. - The Western Synagogue through Two Centuries (1761-1961). [1961, Valentine Mitchell, London] (BIU, LBL)

  • Berger, Doreen - Footsteps in the past (Lily Montagu). [Shemot' December 2012 vol. 20/3 pp. 13-14] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Bernard, Philippa - A Beacon of Light - The History of the West London Synagogue [2014, Published by the Congregation]

  • Black, Gerry - Living Up West, Jewish Life in London's West End.  [1994, London Museum of Jewish Life, ISBN 0-9511-613-6-9] (JCL) - review in Shemot February 1995 vol. 3, no.1, p.16

  • Brown, M.  - The Jews of Early St. John´s Wood. [Trans JHSE XXXV 1996/98]

  • Budd, Sidney - The Jewish West End. [Shemot, December 2012 vol. 20/3 pp. 6-7 (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Diamond, A.S.  - The Building of a Synagogue. [1970, , Published by the Congregation]

  • Hill, Martin - Brompton [Cemetery] revisited. [Shemot, December 2012 vol. 20/3 pp. 10-12] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Jacobs, Louis - Four Rabbinic Positions in Anglo-Jewry. [The Jewish Year Book 2000 - Essays, pp 76-81] (BL, JCL, LBL, UCL)

  • Kolsky, Rachel - London's Jewish West End. [Shemot, December 2012 vol. 20/3 pp. 1-2,9] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Levine, E. (Rev.) - The History of the New West End Synagogue 1879-1929.  [1929, Aldershot]

  • Levy, A. - The Synagogue in Lauderdale Road. [1971, The Society of Hashaim]

  • Levy, M. - History of the Western Synagogue. [1897]

  • Levy. Nellie G. - The West Central Story and its Founders 1893-1968 [1968]

  • Lott, Naomi - The Charlton Street Obers. [Shemot, December 2012 vol. 20/3 pp. 4-5] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Montague, Lillie - My Club and I [1941]

  • Morgan-Thomas, Danial - A West End Jewish Family (Lefcovitch). [Shemot, December 2012 vol. 20/3 pp. 8-9] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Philips, O. S and Simons, H. A. - The Bayswater Synagogue 1863-1963.

  • The Bayswater Synagogue 1863-1938 [Published by the Congregation]

  • Rigal, L. - History of the West Central Liberal Synagogue.  [1978, Published by the Congregation]

  • Roth, Cecil - Records of the Western Synagogue 1761-1932.  [1932, Edward Goldston] (LBL)

  • Shine, C.I. (Rabbi) - A History of the Central Synagogue.  [1970, Published by the Congregation]

  • Maiden Lane Cemetery. [Shemot, June 2000 vol. 8/2] (BL, JGSGB)

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Westminster


WALES

General

Bibliographical References

  • Alderman, Geoffrey - The Jew as Scapegoat? The Settlement and Reception of Jews in South Wales before 1914.  [Trans JHSE XXVI 1977]

  • Alderman, Geoffrey - Into the Vortex: South Wales Jewry before 1914. [1975, in Aubrey Newman, compiler, Provincial Jewry in Victorian England, Jewish  Historical Society of England]

  • Bellany, Wendy - Jewish Communities of South Wales - Making an Index. [Shemot, July 1994 vol. 2/3, p.6] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Davies, Grahame - The Chosen People - Wales and the Jews .  [Seren, 2002] (BIU)

  • Henriques, Ursula R.Q. - The Jews of South Wales. Historical Studies. [1993, University of Wales Press, ISBN 0-7083-1172-5] (JCL, LBL, UCL) - review in Shemot December 1995 vol. 3, no.4, p.15

  • Hill, Reva - The Rev Nathan Jacobs in Wales and the west.  [Shemot, June 2004 Vol. 12 No. 2. pp 10-13] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Joseph, Anthony - My Welsh Connections. [Shemot, August 2013 vol. 21/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Kadish, Sharman  - Jewish Heritage in England, An Architectural Guide - pp 201-203. [2006 English Heritage]

  • Levy, Joel - My Welsh Jewish Heritage. [Shemot, August 2013 vol. 21/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Liss, A.S.  - A Short History of Reform Judaism in South Wales, 1947-1970. [1977 thesis presented to University of Wales]

  • Morris, David - Sources of Welsh Jewish Family History. [Shemot,  August 2013 vol. 21/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Parry-Jones, Cai - A Concise History of Welsh Jewry. [Shemot,  August 2013 vol. 21/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Pollins, Harold - Jewish Coal Miners in Wales: a Note. [LLAFUR, Journal of Welsh People's History, Cylchgrawn Hanes Pobl Cymru, 2013 Volume 11 No. 2, pp. 157-162]

  • Pollins, Harold - A Most Elusive Character. [Shemot, August 2013 vol. 21/2] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Weitzman, Hal and David  - The Jew of Wales. [The Jewish Year Book 2000 - Essays, pp 24-31] (BL, JCL, LBL, UCL)

  • The Jewish Communities of South Wales.  [Shemot, July 1994 vol. 2/3] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Jewish History in Wales.  [Shemot, August 2013 vol. 21/2] (BL, JGSGB)

Other Sources

Wales Jewish Communities home page


Bangor

Bibliographical References

  • Parry-Jones, Cai - Bangor's Notable Families - the Wartskis and Pollecoffs. [Shemot, August 2013 vol. 21/2] (BL, JGSGB)

Bangor Jewish Community


Bridgend

Bibliographical References

  • Pollins, Harold - Jews of Bridgend and District. [Morgannwg, The Journal of Glamorgan History, Cymdeithas Hanes Morgannwg, Volumn LVI 2012, pp 84-107] (JGSGB)

Bridgend Jewish Community

Bridgend Synagogue


Brynmawr - see Valleys of South Wales


Cardiff

Bibliographical References

  • Alderman, Geoffrey - The Jew as Scapegoat? The Settlement and Reception of Jews in South Wales before 1914.  [Trans JHSE XXVI 1977]

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry, pp. 59-61. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Henriques, Ursula R.Q. - The Jews of South Wales. Historical Studies, including The Jewish community of Cardiff, 1813-1914, Chapter 1, pp. 9- 44, . [1993, University of Wales Press, ISBN 0-7083-1172-5] (JCL, LBL, UCL) - review in Shemot December 1995 vol. 3, no.4, p.15

  • Jordan, Glenn (editor) - Hineni - Life Portraits from a Jewish Community - Cardiff Reform Synagogue [2012, a collaborative project of the Cardiff Reform Synagogue and Butetown History & Arts Centre]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, p.104. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-linee)

Catalogues, List and Indexes

  • Cardiff Jewish Roll of Honour WW1 based on 1919 Western Mail (JGSGB)

  • Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen & Women (AJEX) consecration and unveiling of War Memorial 1939-1945 at Cathedral Road Synagogue (JGSGB)

Cardiff Jewish Community


Llanelli

Bibliographical References

  • Hirsch, Channah - My Llanelli. The Gateshead of Wales.  [2009 - Private publication, available from author +44 20 84555 8322]

Llanelli Jewish Community


Merthyr Tydfil

Bibliographical References

  • Henriques, Ursula R.Q. - The Jews of South Wales. Historical Studies. [1993, University of Wales Press, ISBN 0-7083-1172-5] (JCL, LBL, UCL) - review in Shemot December 1995 vol. 3, no.4, p.15

  • Pollins, Harold - An African Jew in a Welsh Town. [Shemot, December 2010 vol. 18/3, pp. 22-24] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • The Jewish of Merthyr Tydfil.  [Shemot, September 1998 vol. 6/3]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Monumental Inscriptions, Jewish Cemetery, Cefn Coed Cymmer, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan [2004, Glamorgan Family History Society]

  • A Vanished Community - Merthyr Tydfil. 1830-1998. [Shemot, September 2001 vol. 9/3] (BL, JGSGB)

Merthyr Tydfil Jewish Congregation & Community


Swansea

Bibliographical References

  • Berger, Doreen - Footsteps of the Past. [Shemot, August 2013 vol. 21/2 pp. 12-13] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Henriques, Ursula Q. - 'The Jews of South Wales. Historical Studies' (including "The Conduct of a Synagogue: Swansea Hebrew Congregation, 1895-1914" on pages 85-110).  [1993, University of Wales Press, ISBN 0-7083-1172-5] (JCL, LBL, UCL) - review in Shemot December 1995 vol. 3, no.4, p.15 

  • Mars, Leonard - 'Celebrating diverse identities, person, work and place in South Wales'. [1999, in Identity and Affect: Experiences in a Globalising World. Campbell, J.R. and Rew, A.,  pp. 251-274 - Note: This is about a Jewish doctor who was a member of the Swansea community]

  • Mars, Leonard - ´Coming of age among Jews: Barmitzvah and Batmiztvah ceremonies´. [1990, in The Riddle of the Sphinx: Anthropology and the Social Construction of Ageing. Spencer, P. (Ed.)]

  • Mars, Leonard - ´Cooperation and Conflict between Veteran and Immigrant Jews in Swansea'. [1991, in  Religion and Power Decline and Growth: Sociological analyses of religion in Britain, Poland and the Americas. Peter Gee and John Fulton, pages 115-130]

  • Mars, Leonard - 'Immigration and Anglicization: Religious Education as an Issue in the Swansea Hebrew Congregation, 1894-1910'. [1997, Jewish Journal of Sociology, vol 39, nos 1 & 2, pages 76-86]

  • Mars, Leonard - 'The Ministry of Reverend Simon Fyne in Swansea, 1899-1906'. [1993, in Ursula R.Q. Henriques (ed.) The Jews of South Wales. Historical Studies, pages 111-130]

  • Pollins, Harold - 'The Swansea Jewish Community - The First Century' [The Jewish Journal of Sociology, Volume LI, Nos. 1 & 2, 2009, pp.35-39] (BL, BLO)

  • Pollins, Harold - An African Jew in a Welsh Town. [Shemot, December 2010 vol. 18/3, pp. 22-24] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, p. 102-104. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line))

  • Saunders, N.H. - Swansea Hebrew Congregation 1730-1980 [1980]

Swansea Jewish Community


Tredegar - see Valleys of South Wales


Valleys of South Wales
General and Specific Towns
(including Brynmawr and Tredegar)

Bibliographical References

  • Alderman, Geoffrey - The anti-Jewish riots of August 1911 in South Wales. [Welsh History Review, Vol. 6, December 1972]

  • Alderman, Geoffrey - The anti-Jewish riots of August 1911 in South Wales: a response. [Welsh History Review, vol. 20 June 1991]

  • Alderman, Geoffrey - Into the Vortex: South Wales Jewry before 1914. [1975, in Aubrey Newman, compiler, Provincial Jewry in Victorian Englandd, Jewish  Historical Society of England]

  • Alderman, Geoffrey - The Jew as Scapegoat? The Settlement and Reception of Jews in South Wales before 1914.  [Trans JHSE XXVI 1974/8]

  • Davies, G. - The Chosen People - Wales and the Jews.  [c.2002] ( (BIU)

  • Evans, Neil - The South Wales riots of 1911. [Llafur, 3, 1980]

  • Glaser, Anthony - The Tredegar Riots of  August 1911. [1993, in Ursula R. Q. Henriques,  The Jews of South Wales. Historical Studies] (JCL, LBL, UCL)

  • Henriques, Ursula R.Q. - The Jews of South Wales. Historical Studies. [1993, University of Wales Press, ISBN 0-7083-1172-5] (JCL, LBL, UCL) - review in Shemot December 1995 vol. 3, no.4, p.15.

  • Holmes, Colin - The Tredegar Riots of 1911. [Welsh History Review, vol. 11, December 1982]

  • Pollins, Harold - Jewish Coal Miners in Wales: a Note. [LLAFUR, Journal of Welsh People's History, Cylchgrawn Hanes Pobl Cymru, 2013 Volume 11 No. 2, pp. 157-162]

  • Pollins, Harold - The Jewish Community of Brynmawr, Wales [The Jewish Journal of Sociology, volume L, number 1 & 2 2008, pp. 5-32]

  • Pollins, Harold - Some Thoughts on the Rhondda Valley communities [BIMAH, June 2011, pp. 32-33]

  • Pollins, Harold - Newbridge and District Jewish Community [Gwent Local History - the journal of the Gwent Local History Council, Number 115, 2014, pp.39-49]

  • Powell, Lisa Marie - The Tredegar Riots of 1911 - Anti-Liberalism? The Turbulent Years of 1910-14 [The Merthyr Historian, volume 24, 2012, pp 285-303]

  • Rubinstein, William D. - The anti-Jewish riots of 1911 in South Wales: a re-examination. [Welsh History Review, vol. 18 December 1991]

  • Weiner A.M. - Tredegar Riots. [1976, CAJEX, vol. 26(1)]

  • The Jewish Communities of South Wales.  [Shemot, July 1994 vol. 2/3] (BL, JGSGB)

Blaenau Gwent Jewish Communities
Rhondda Cynon Taf Jewish Communities


SCOTLAND

General

Bibliographical References

  • Abrams, Nathan - Caledonian Jews - A Study of Seven Small Communities in Scotland (covers Aberdeen, Ayr, Dundee, Dunfermline, Falkirk, Greenock and Inverness, the Highlands and Islands). [2009] 

  • Bermant, Chaim - Jews who Fled from Fear and Found a Brave New Face in Scotland. [12 February 1989, Observer Scotland]  

  • Collins, Kenneth E. - Go and Learn. The International Story of Jews and Medicine in Scotland 1739-1945. [1988, Aberdeen University Press] (JGSGB)

  • Collins, Kenneth E. - Scotland’s Jews. A Guide to the History and Community of the Jews in Scotland. [1999, Scottish Jewish Archives Centre]  (JGSGB)

  • Collins, Kenneth E. (ed) - Aspects of Scottish Jewry (includes details bibliography and list of sources). [1987, Glasgow Jewish Representative Counsel]

  • Collins, Kenneth E. - Jewish Medical Students and Graduates in Scotland 1732-1862.  [Trans JHSE XXIX 1982/1986]

  • Cosgrove, John - Scottish Jewry. [The Jewish Year Book 2000 - Essays, pp 13-23] (BL, JCL, LBL, UCL)

  • Cosgrove, I.K. - Feat Drove Them to Refuge in a Free Land - The Story of the Jews who Found a Haven in Scotland. [19 September 1956, Weekly Scotsman]

  • Daiches, David  - Was: A Pastime from Time Past. [1975, 1990, Drew]

  • Daiches, Salis  - Jews in Scotland  [1929, Records of the Scottish Church History Society, Volume III]

  • Levy, Abraham - Origins of Scottish Jewry. [Trans JHSE XIX 1955/1959]

  • Kadish, Sharman - Jewish Heritage in England, An Architectural Guide,  pp 194-201. [2006, English Heritage]

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Jewish Burials in Scotland [Shemot, December 2009 vol. 17/3] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Historical Database of Scottish Jewry. [Shemot, April 1996 vol. 4/1]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Jewish Roots in Scotland - A Guide. [Shemot, Winter 1992 vol. 1/1]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Passage to America through Scotland. "Avotanu" No. V/4

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Scottish Jewish Archives Centre. "Avotanu" No. IV/2

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Scottish Jewish Cemetery Survey. "Avotanu" No. VII/4

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Scottish Jewish Roots and Where to Find Them. "Avotanu" No. IV/2

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Scottish Jewish genealogy today [Shemot, December 2012 vol. 20/3 pp. 20-22] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Scottish Jews in World War I. [Shemot August 2014 vol. 22/2 pp8,9,25] (BL, JGSGB)]

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Search for My Namesake - Scottish Style. "Avotanu" 1987 Proceedings of 2nd ISJG

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - Sephardi Jews in Scotland. [Shemot, December 2010 vol. 18/3, p. 37] (BL, JGSGB) 

  • Schlesinger, Philip - The Jewish Community and the Scottish Parliament. [July 1999, Edinburgh Star No. 33]

  • Patterns and Images of Jewish Immigration in Scotland [1997, Scottish Jewish Archives Centre. 10th Anniversary Magazine.] (JGSGB)

  • Jewish Burial in Scotland. [Shemot, December 2009 vol. 17/3-4]  (BL, JGSGB)

  • Serving their Country: Wartime Memories of Scottish Jews [2001, Glasgow Jewish Representative Council and Scottish Jewish Archives Centre (JCL)

Scotland Jewish Communities home page


Edinburgh

Bibliographical References

  • Bermant, Chaim  - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry. pp. 58-59. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Daiches, David  - Two Worlds - An Edinburgh Jewish Childhood. [1956, 1997, Canongate Classics]

  • Phillips, Abel - A History of the Origins of the First Jewish Community in Scotland - Edinburgh 1816.  [1979]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 57-59. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Catalogues, Lists and Indexes

Edinburgh Jewish Community


Glasgow

Bibliographical References

  • Bermant, Chaim - Troubled Eden - An Anatomy of British Jewry.   pp. 54-58. [1969, Vallentine Mitchell, London] (UCL)

  • Braber, Ben - Jews in Glasgow, 1870-1939: Immigration and Integration [2007, Vallentine Mitchell, London]

  • Brown, J. - An Account of the Jews in the City of Glasgow [1858]

  • Collins, Kenneth E. - Second City Jewry: The Jews of Glasgow in the Age of Expansion 1790-1919.  [1990, Scottish Jewish Archives] (JCL, JGSGB)

  • Collins, Kenneth E. - Glasgow Jewry: a guide to the history and community of the Jews in Glasgow.  [1993, Scottish Jewish Archives]

  • Collins, Kenneth E.; Kaplan, Harvey & Kliner, Stephen- Jewish Glasgow: An Illustrated History.  [2014, Scottish Jewish Archives]

  • Hutt, Charlotte & Kaplan, Harvey L. - A Scottish Shtetl - Jewish Life in the Gorbals 1880-1974. [1990, Scottish Jewish Archives]

  • Kaplan, Harvey L. - The Gorbals Jewish Community in 1901. [2006, Scottish Jewish Archives Centre, Glasgow]

  • Levy, Abraham - The Origins of Glasgow Jewry 1812-1895. [1949]

  • Maitles, Henry - Confronting fascism: attitudes of the Glasgow Jewish Community in the 1930's [Local Historian, May 1997, vol. 27, no. 2, pp. 106-117]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 64-66. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-lineine)

Glasgow Jewish Community


IRELAND

General

Bibliographical References

  • Huhner, L. - Jews of Ireland, An Historical Sketch. , [Trans JHSE V 1902-5]

  • Hyman. Louis - The Jews of Ireland: From Earliest Times to the Year 1910. [1972, Irish University Press. ISBN 0 7165 2082 6].

  • Kadish, Sharman - Jewish Heritage in England, An Architectural Guide -  pp 203-208. [2006, English Heritage]

  • Keogh, Dermot - The Jews of Twentieth Century Ireland. Refugees, Anti-Semitism, and the Holocaust.  [1998, Cork University Press] (BLO, JCL, JGSGB, UCL).

  • Moore, Gerry - Socio-Economic Aspects of Anti-Semitism in Ireland, 1889-1905 . [The Economic and Social Review, vol 12 no 3 April 1981, pages 187-201.]

  • Ó Gráda, Comac - Jewish Ireland in the Age of Joyce: A Socioeconomic History. [2006, Princeton University Press] (BLO, UCL)

  • O'Riordan, Manus - Anti-Semitism in Irish Politics. [Jewish Year Book 1984/85])

  • Price, Stanley - Somewhere to Hang a Hat: An Irish-Jewish Journey [2002, New Island, Dublin] (BLO)

  • Rivlin, Ray - Jewish Ireland - Social History (original 2003 title: Shalom Ireland) [2003, 2011]

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - The Yidiot's Guide to Irish Jewish Family Ancestry [Varsity Press]

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Irish Jewish Memorial Inscriptions, Dolphins Barn, Dublin 1898-2003 - Volume I in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series [2004] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Irish Jewish Memorial Inscriptions Ballybough, Dublin, 1748-1907 and Early Synagogue - Volume II in  Series [2004] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Irish Jewish Museum - Volume III in Irish Jewish Genealogy Series [2004] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Belfast Irish Jewish Memorials 1873-2003 - Volume IV in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2004] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Alien Registration 1914-1922 - Volume V in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2004] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Ada Shillman's (midwife) 866 Birth Records, Dublin - Volume VI in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2005] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - The Hebrews of Limerick 1904 - Volume VII in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2005] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - The Hebrews of Cork - Volume VIII in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2005] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Irish Jewish Marriage Records 1845-2005 - Volume IX in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2005] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Jewish Ireland Census 1901 & 1911 - Volume X in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2005] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - School of 9000 Jewish Entrants - Volume XI in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2006] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Irish Jewish Gardens of the Dead 1748-2006 - Volume XII in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2007] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Miscellany of Irish Jewish Records - Volume XIII in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2008] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Interesting Letters of Family Requests and Irish Jewish Occupations - Volume XIV in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2008]

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Heritage, The DNA of Irish Jewry - Volume XV in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2008] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Moments to Remember in  Jewish Ireland - Volume XVI in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2008] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Shillman, Bernard - A Short History of the Jews of Ireland.  [1945]

  • Irish Jewish Year Books [published annually since 1950]

Ireland Jewish Communities home page


Belfast

Bibliographical References

  • Herselle, C. - Synagogues of Europe - Architecture, History, Meaning, pp. 407-410.   [Dover 1985  Publications 1985 ISBN 0 4862 9078 6.]

  • Krinsky, C. H. - The Synagogues of Europe, pp. 407-410 .  [1985, The M.I.T. Press, Cambridge MA).

  • McIlveen, Pamela  and Roulston, William - Researching Belfast Jewish Families c.1850 -c.1930 [2004 FAMILIA: Ulster Genealogical Review, no. 20, pp. 1-15] (BLO)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Belfast Irish Jewish Memorials 1873-2003 - Volume IV in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2004]

Belfast Jewish Community


Cork

Bibliographical References

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - The Hebrews of Cork - Volume VIII in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2005] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, p. 57. [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-linee)

Cork Jewish Community


Dublin

Bibliographical References

  • Benson, Asher - Jewish Dublin: Portraits of Life by the Liffey [2007, A & A Farmar, Dublin]

  • Harris, Nick - Dublin's Little Jerusalem [2002, A & A Farmar, Dublin] (BLO)

  • Ó Gráda, Comac - Dublin Jewish Demography a Century Ago. [2008, University College] (BLO)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Irish Jewish Memorial Inscriptions, Dolphins Barn, Dublin 1898-2003 - Volume I in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2004] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Irish Jewish Memorial Inscriptions Ballybough, Dublin, 1748-1907 and Early Synagogue - Volume II in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2004] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - Ada Shillman's (midwife) 866 Birth Records, Dublin - Volume VI in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2005] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 56-57.  [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

  • Shillman, B. - Jewish Cemetery in Ballybough, Dublin.  [With postscript by Wolf, L. Trans JHSE XI 1924/7]

Dublin Jewish Community


Limerick

Bibliographical References

  • Rosenblatt, Stuart - The Hebrews of Limerick 1904 - Volume VII in  Irish Jewish Genealogy Series  [2005] (GSI, NAI, NLI)

Limerick Jewish Community


CHANNEL ISLANDS

Jersey

Bibliographical References

  • Cohen, Frederick - The Jews in the Channel Islands during the German Occupation. [Jersey Heritage Trust and the Wiener Library.] (JGSGB)

  • Fraser, (Sir) David - The Jews in the Channel Islands and the Rule of Law 1940-1945. [2000, Sussex Academic Press, p266]

  • Gordon, Mike - Learning from the Past.  [Shemot, March 2008  Vol. 16 No. 1.] (BL, JGSGB)

  • Kadish, Sharman - Jewish Heritage in England, An Architectural Guide,  pp 209-210. [2006, English Heritage]

  • Roth, Cecil - The Rise of Provincial Jewry, pp. 74-76 [1950] (JGSGB, LBL, UCL, Susser Archive - available on-line)

Channel Island Jewish Communities


ISLE OF MAN

 Douglas

Bibliographical References

  • Cresswell - Living With Wire - Civilian Internment in the Isle of Man during the Two World Wars.  [1994] (JGSGB)

  • Kadish, Sharman - Jewish Heritage in England, An Architectural Guide, pp 210-211. [2006, English Heritage]

  • Pollins, Harold - Tombstone inscriptions in the Jewish section of the Douglas, Isle of Man, Cemetery.y. [1999].  (JGSGB) - available on line

Isle of Man Jewish Community


GIBRALTAR

General

Bibliographical References

  • Belilo, Mesod -  Talmud Torah, Gibraltar.  [1995]

  • Benady, Tito M. -  The Settlement of Jews in Gibraltar.  [Trans JHSE XXVI 1979, pp 87-110]

  • Benady, Tito M.  -  The Jewish Community of Gibraltar.  [1989, Western Sephardim (Barnett, R.D. and Schwab, W. Editors), pp 45-63, Gibraltar Books]

  • Benady, Tito M. -  The role of Jews in the British colonies of the Western Mediterranean.  [Trans JHSE XXXIII 1994, pp 45-63]

  • Benady, Tito M. -  Aaron Cardozo, life and letters  [2004, Gibraltar Books]

  • Jackson, Sir William and Cantos, Francis - From Fortress to Democracy: Political Biography of Sir Joshua Hassan  [1995, Ashford, Buchan & Enright]

  • Kadish, Sharman - Jewish Heritage in Gibraltar: An Architectural Guide. [2007, Jewish Heritage UK]

  • Lombard, Anthony - The Roman Catholic Abudarham Family. [1997, Gibraltar Heritage Journal 4, pp 75-90]

  • Lombard, Anthony - Fives Court: the Benzimra and Levy Families. [2000, Gibraltar Heritage Journal 7, pp 49-73]

  • Serfaty, Abraham B.M. - The Jews of Gibraltar under British Rule. [1933]

  • Seymour, Anthony A.D. - A Tale of Two Families. [1996, Gibraltar Heritage Journal 3, pp 49-60]

Gibraltar Jewish Community


 
 

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