Dudley Jewry
in Victorian Britain




Extract from papers on
Provincial Jewry in Victorian Britain

Papers prepared by Dr. (later Prof.) Aubrey Newman for a conference at University College, London, convened on 6 July 1975 by the Jewish Historical Society of England
(Reproduced here with Prof. Newman's kind consent)

Paper first published on JCR-UK: 4 January 2016
Latest revision: 7 January 2016

DUDLEY (Staffordshire)

Published Data

A  -  There was an early community here, founded here in 1848. In 1851 there were 10 appropriated seats, 10 attenders at service, and between 50 and 100 Jewish inhabitants. Later the community seems to have disappeared..


No mention.


There is at present no synagogue established but 12 families of Jews live here and services are held on New Year and the Day of Atonement.

[a - The Jewish Directory for 1874, by Asher I. Myers]
[b - Jewish Year Book]


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