the former

New Hebrew Congregation

Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire




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Latest update or revision: 11 February 2016

Congregation Data


New Hebrew Congregation
(formerly the New Hebrew Congregation Burial Society until 1928)

Alternative Name:

The Fischhoff Synagogue (after the founder Mr. J. Fischhoff)


Lower Union Street, Hull

Former Address:

4 Beadle Terrace, Goodwin Street, Hull

Date Founded:

As a meeting place in 1916 (in a former Methodist chapel), and as a Synagogue from 1926, damaged by German air raid 1941 but repaired.

Current Status:

Closed ca. 1964


Ashkanazi Orthodox


This Congregation used Hull's Ella Street Cemetery, from at least 1928 until at least 1941. For details, see Cemeteries Information on the Hull Jewish Community home page.


On-line Articles and Other Material
relating to this congregation



Congregational Records

Marriage Records:

  • Marriage Records held by the Board of Deputies - BOD Ref: 21/1a/1

Hull Jewish Community home page

List of Synagogues destroyed by German air raids during World War II

Jewish Congregations in East Riding of Yorkshire

Jewish Communities of England home page


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