||Prescot Street Synagogue (from 1870's)
||Love & Kindness Chevra (Chevra Ahavat
||Rosemary Lane Congregation - Mahazike Torah
||Prescot Street (or Great Prescott Street), Goodman's Fields, London E1 (from
Previously in Rosemary Lane (now Royal Mint Street), London E.1, near
the Tower of London.
Rosemary Lane was the centre of old cloths trade, there being a Rag Fair
at the time in Rosemary Lane
||London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The congregation may,
however, have originally been situated in the section of Rosemary Lane that was
within City of London.
||1747/8 - one of the three minor congregations established
in London in the eighteenth century. The others were the
Gun Yard "Polish" Synagogue and the
Cutler Street "Polish" Synagogue.
||Closed, presumably between 1887 and 1896, as the
congregation is not listed in the first Jewish Year Book 1896-1897.
||One of the congregations that attended the meeting of
16 October 1887 to form the Federation of Synagogues, and became one of
the original federated synagogues on 6 November 1887.
||1870 - 100 members (Social History of
the Jews in England by V. D. Lipman, p.74)