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Golders Green Synagogue

London N.W.11.

 

 

   
 


Page created: 16 November 2006
Latest revision or update: 28 July 2017
 

A photograph of Golders Green Synagogue, Dunston Road, 2003, taken by Lynne Fertleman
Lynne Fertleman 2003

Congregation Data

Name:

Golders Green Synagogue

Address:

41 Dunstan Road, Golders Green, London NW11 8AE (consecrated 10 September 1922)

Location: Dunstan Road (about quarter of a mile long) runs west from Finchley Road to The Vale, about quarter of a mile south of Golders Green Road and Golders Green Underground Station. The Synagogue is situated closer to The Vale end on the south side of the road.

Previous Address:

St Alban's Hall, North End Road, Golders Green NW11 (temporary from 1915)

Current Status:

Active

Date Formed:

1915

Ritual:

Ashkenazi Orthodox

Affiliation:

A member (or constituent) synagogue of the United Synagogue, since joining in 1922.

Website:

http://www.goldersgreenshul.org.uk

Membership Data:

1916 - 30 members (Jewish Chronicle 28 September 1979)

1917 - 150 members (Paper by Lynne Fertleman 2003 - see below)

1930 - 533 male seatholders (The United Synagogue 1870-1970 by A. Newman, 1977)

1940 - 639 male seatholders (ditto)

1950 - 959 male seatholders (ditto)

1960 - 1,022 male seatholders (ditto)

1970 - 829 male seatholders (ditto)

Also see below for seatholder records on All-UK Database.

Local Government Districts:

Golders Green, a residential suburb in Northwest London with a substantial Jewish population, is in London Borough of Barnet, created on 1 April 1965, within the administrative area of Greater London.

Previously, Golders Green was in the Municipal Borough of Hendon (which was an urban district until 1932) in the County of Middlesex, both of which entities were abolished in 1965.

Registration Districts:

From 1 July 1837 - Hendon
Since 1 April 1999 - Barnet

Cemetery Information:

For details of the cemeteries used by the Congregation, see Cemeteries of the United Synagogue.

 


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The records in the database specifically associated with Golders Green Synagogue include:

Seatholders Lists

1933 (627 records).

For a list of other London records in the Database that may also include records associated with this congregation, click here.
 

 

Bibliography, On-line Articles and Other Material
relating to this Congregation

on JCR-UK

  • The Establishment of Golders Green Synagogue by Lynne Fertleman.

  • Photographs:

  • Selected Bibliography

    • The Synagogues of London by Paul Lindsay, 1993 (Valentine Mitchell, London)  pp. 113-115.

    • Golders Green Synagogue: The First Hundred Years by Helen Fry, 2016 (Halsgrove).

    • The Jewish Community of Golders Green: A Social History by Pam Fox, 2016 (The History Press).

    • Other Barnet sources

 

List of United Synagogue Congregations

Jewish Congregations in the London Borough of Barnet

Jewish Congregations in Greater London

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