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Rabbinical Profiles(1)
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Rabbi Michael Laitner

Rabbi Laitner serves as assistant rabbi at Finchley Synagogue, London (2013 to present - January 2021) and from 2013 to 2014 was acting chief minister of the congregation. (Finchley congregation's website.)

Rabbi Benji Landau

Rabbi Landau (m. Aviva) served as assistant communal rabbi of Stanmore & Canons Park Synagogue, London (2011-2014) and associate rabbi of Yeshurun Synagogue, Edgware, London and Director of Mesila UK (both 2016 until present - May 2020). (Yeshurun Synagogue website.)

Rev. Bernard Landau
(1918 - 1984)

Czechoslovak-born Rev Landau arrived in England as a refugee from Nazi occupation in 1938 and studied at Gateshead yeshiva. He was appointed minister of Nottingham Hebrew Congregation in 1941 and later served the Stoke-on-Trent Hebrew Congregation (c.1946-1947) before becoming minister of Llandudno Hebrew Congregation, North Wales (1947-1951). He then served Margate Hebrew Congregation, Kent, for 33 years from 1951 until his death in 1984, becoming the congregation's longest-serving minister. Rev Landau married a fellow former refugee, Ilse nee Beaumann, in 1952. One of their children, Robert, was serving as a rabbi in Charleston, West Virginia, USA in 1984. (Jewish Year Book listings and various Jewish Chronicle reports and obituary of 31 August 1984.)

Rev. Michael Landau

Rev. Landau (m. Irene nee Glassberg of South Shields), from Czechoslovakia, served as reader of the South Shields Synagogue, Co. Durham (c.1936-c.1946). He was one of the founders of the North-Eastern Area Trades Advisory Council (of which he was Joint Hon. Secretary), chairman of the South Shields Zionist Society, and of the Defence Committee, and was a lecturer with the Workers Education Association (Jewish Chronicle report, 22 January 1946 and Jewish Year Book listings.).

Rabbi Dr Samuel Landau

British-born Rabbi Landau (m. Shoshana), who holds professional doctorate in clinical psychology, studied at the Jerusalem Kollel of Rav Yitzchak Berkovitz. He and Australian-born Rebbetzen (Ma'ayan) Shoshana served as rabbinic couple at Kingston, Surbiton & District Affiliated Synagogue, London (2013-2019) and Barnet & District Affiliated Synagogue, London (April 2019 to present - October 2020). (For additional background, see Rabbi Landau's profile on Barnet Synagogue's website.)

Rev. Samuel Landeshut
(c.1825 - 26 November 1877)

Rev. Landeshut was born in Sifra, Prussia and came to Britain in 1846. He served as reader (chazan) of Bristol Hebrew Congregation (1855-1858) and then moved to Manchester to take up the position of reader of Manchester Old Hebrew Congregation (1858-c.1869) and was instrumental in establishing the Board of Guardians for the Relief of the Jewish Poor in Manchester, of which he became secretary. Moving to London in 1869 to became secretary of the London-based Jewish Board of Guardians, he was appointed as the first minister of the newly formed St John's Wood Synagogue in 1876 but his health was already failing and he died the following year. (Jews in Bristol by J. Samuel, 1997, p.87 and Palgrave Dictionary of Anglo-Jewish History (2011) by W. Rubinstein (ed.) and M.A. Jolles and H. L. Rubinstein (ass. eds.), p.546.)

Rev. D.L. Landy

Rev. Landy served as reader of the South Shields Synagogue, Co. Durham, from about 1945 until about 1950 and later served the Coventry Hebrew Congregation. In 1960 Rev. Landy was inducted as the minister of the Oudtshoorn congregation, South Africa. (Various Jewish Chronicle reports and Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. Harry Landy
(c.1919 - 1989)

Llanelli-born Rev. Landy studied at the Manchester, Liverpool and Etz Chaim (London) yeshivot. His first post was as minister of the small World War II evacuee community, Biggleswade Hebrew Congregation (1942-1944). He subsequently held posts in London at the Becontree & District Associate Synagogue (1944-c.1945), Harrow District Synagogue, Muswell Hill Synagogue, and New Road Synagogue, Whitechapel. His next post was as minister at the Elm Park Synagogue, Hornchurch, London, (c.1976-c.1985) and his last posting was as minister to the Yavneh Synagogue, South Hackney, London. He was also mashgiach (supervisor) to the London Kashrus Board. He was the brother of Rabbi Maurice Landy. (Jewish Chronicle obituary, 10 February 1989 and Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rabbi Maurice Landy
(31 May 1913 - 12 May 1996)

Llanelli-born Rabbi Landy (m.1939 Rachel nee Factor (d.1964) and m.1966 Eve nee Levene (d.1997)) studied at Manchester Yeshiva and Liverpool Talmudic College and later received semicha from Jews' College, London in 1947. He served as acting minister of Hendon Synagogue, London and minister of Russell Street Synagogue, Liverpool, Southport Hebrew Congregation, Aberavon and Port Talbot Synagogue (1936-1942), St Albans United Synagogue Membership Group (1942-1944) and Cricklewood Synagogue, London (1947-1978) and was Hon. Principal of North West Jewish Day School from 1951 until his death in 1996. He was the brother of Rev. Harry Landy. (North West Celebrates 60 by Marian Lebor (2006) pp. 41/3, Jewish Year Books Who's Who listings and Palgrave Dictionary of Anglo-Jewish History (2011), p.547.)

Rabbi Benzion (Benzel) Lapian
(1913 - 7 March 2002)

Born in Kelme Lithuania, Rabbi Lapian (m. Lotte in 1941) was from a large rabbinical family, and a son of HaRav Elyahu Lopian ("Reb Elya"). He was educated at Telz yeshiva from age 14. He moved with his family to Britain in 1929, studying at Etz Chaim Yeshiva (where his father was a senior teacher) and returning to Telz where he obtained semicha in 1936. Managing to return to England with war looming, he became rabbi and teacher to a sizeable community of evacuees in Buxton, Derbyshire, known as the Buxton Hebrew Congregation until about 1945. He later served as minister of the Woolwich and Plumstead Synagogue, Southeast London (1945-1947). He was next appointed director of education to the Sheffield community, then with some 150 children, where he introduced a pioneering Bat Mitzvah ceremony for girls and Sephardi-Israeli pronunciation of Hebrew, and for a time was acting rabbi to the Sheffield Hebrew Congregation. He subsequently served as minister of Ohel Shem Synagogue, Willesden, London (mid 1950s to c.1964) and Yeshurun Synagogue, Edgware, London (c.1965-c.1970). He then moved to Israel and later became minister of the Ohel Leah Synagogue, Hong Kong (1990-1993). He died in Netanya, Israel. He was uncle to Dayan Gershon Lopian (Jewish Chronicle obituary 19 April 2002, Jewish Year Book listings and information provided by family member.)

Rabbi Jeremy Lawrence

Rabbi Lawrence (m. Mandy), holds an MA (Hons) in Jurisprudence from St Catherine’s College, Oxford University and attended Yeshivath Knesseth Beth Eliezer and Yeshivat Hamivtar in Jerusalem, where he received semicha. He served as Senior Rabbi of the Auckland Hebrew Congregation (1997-2004) and as chief minister of The Great Synagogue, Sydney (2005-2014) before his appointment as senior rabbi of Finchley Synagogue, London (2014 to present - January 2021). (See online Biography.)

Rev. Steven Leas

Cantor Leas has served as chazan (cantor) of Central Synagogue, London from about 2003 until present - August 2020. (Congregation's website.)

Rabbi Dr. Sidney Benzion Leperer
(4 August 1922 - 5 December 1995)

London-born Rabbi Leperer, BA, PhD, who attended the University of London, obtained his doctorate in 1977. He studied at Gateshead Yeshiva, Yeshiva Etz Chaim and Jews' College. London and was granted semicha in 1956. He served as minister of Walthamstow and Leyton Synagogue, London, Hampstead Garden Suburb Synagogue, London and North Finchley and Woodside Park District Synagogue, London (1956-1960). He then taught at Carmel College (1961-1969), returning to the pulpit to become minister of Hove Hebrew Congregation (1970-1974), before returning to teaching as a lecturer at Jews' College. (Palgrave Dictionary of Anglo-Jewish History (2011), p.565 and Jewish Year Book listings)

Rabbi Barry Lerer

USA-born Rabbi Lerer (m. Naomi), who has a bachelors degree in psychology and a masters in Jewish education, studied at Yeshivat Hakotel in Jerusalem and was awarded semicha in 2000 from Jews' College, London. He and Rebbetzen Naomi served as rabbinic couple at Watford & District Synagogue, London (2006-2019), Barnet & District Affiliated Synagogue, London (2006-2019) and Central Synagogue, London (February 2019 to present - August 2020). (Includes information personally provided by Rabbi Lerer. For additional background, see Rabbi Lerer's profile on Central Synagogue's website.)

Rev. Harold Lerner

Rev. Lerner served as minister of Bristol Hebrew Congregation (1949-1955). (Jews in Bristol by J. Samuel, 1997 and Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. Jacob Lesser
(22 October 1833 - 22 March 1906)

Rev. Lessor (m. Maria) was for some years a chorister at the Great Synagogue, Duke's Place, London, and later at the Western Synagogue, St. Alban's Place, London where he subsequently became second reader, from 1872 until 1874. In the following year, he was appointed the chazan of the Dalston Synagogue, London (1875-1906), the first person to hold such position in the then recently-established congregation. In 1900, he was presented with a testimonial on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his appointment. According to his Jewish Chronicle obituary: "He did not pretend to be an Ascher nor a Hast; but he gave his congregants good old Chazonus from a good and sympathetic voice." Rev. Lesser was father-in-law of the Rev. M. Rosenbaum, minister of the Borough Synagogue, London. (Jewish Chronicle obituaries, 23 and 30 June 1906. and The Dalston Synagogue - An Historical Sketch by Rev. D. Wasserzug, 1910.)

Rev. M. Lester

Rev. Lester, MA, MSC served as chazan (reader) of Hackney & East London Synagogue, (c.1990-c.1994). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. H. Lev

Rev. Lev served as reader (chazan) of Bristol Hebrew Congregation (c.1932-c.1937). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. A.M. Lev

Rev. Lev served as chazan (cantor) of Golders Green Beth Hamedrash ("Munk's Shul"), London (c.1973-c.1996). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rabbi Marc Doron Levene

British-born Rabbi Levene (m. Lisa), who was awarded a BA (Hons) from Leeds Metropolitan University, studied at Darche Noam Yeshiva (Shapell's) in Israel. He served as assistant rabbi at Hampstead Garden Suburb Synagogue, London (c.2011-2017) and then as minister of Belmont Synagogue, London (2017 to present - May 2020). (Belmont Congregation's website.)

Rabbi J. Lever

Rabbi J. Lever served as minister of the Hull Western Synagogue from about 1985 until about 1992. (Jewish Year Book listings)

Rev. Elias Bere Levin
(1862 - 1936)

Rev. E. Levin, a native of Tels, Lithuania, received semicha in his teens and initially served as a rabbi in Vilna. He settled in Limerick in 1882 and served as a minister and reader of the Limerick Synagogue until 1911. He was the minister of the congregation during the infamous boycott of the Jewish community (1904 to 1906), which caused economic devastation to the Jewish community and for some two thirds of them to abandon the town. He later moved to Leeds where he was appointed rabbi and reader of the Central Synagogue and later of the Great Synagogue, Belgrave Street. (The Jews of Ireland by L. Hyman, pp.201-217 and 346.)

Rabbi Harris (Zvi Hirsch) Levin
(1871 - 31 August 1933)

Rabbi Levin (also spelled Levien) was born in Goniądz, Podlaskie Voivodeship, Poland (now Belarus) (2nd m. to Sarah). One of his first positions after arriving in the UK was to serve the immigrant Jews living in North Belfast, where he was living in 1891, and which was probably a post independent of the Belfast Hebrew Congregation. In 1896 he was in Cork, Ireland and by 1897 he had settled in Manchester. He served as rabbi of the Chaye Adam Synagogue, Manchester (c.1909-c.1918) and at Rydal Mount Synagogue, Cheetham, Manchester (c.1918-1933). Rabbi Levin was a long-serving member of the Manchester Bet Din, rabbi to the Shechita Board and was hon. superintendent of the Talmud Torah in Manchester. He was the author of a rabbinic work, Sefer Zoro, and also a volume of sermons and addresses in English. Following his death in Southport while on holiday, thousands are said to have attended his funeral. (Jewish Chronicle obituary 8 September 1933 and various tributes.)

Rev Walter Levin

Rev. Levin served as minister (1930-1938) and secretary (1935-1938) of Bayswater Synagogue, London He was also listed in Jewish Year Books as secretary of the congregation, was also hon. president of the Becontree & District Associate Synagogue, London, during the 1930s. (Jewish Year Book listings and Reference to Rev. Levin in Roth's Short History of the Bayswater Synagogue.)

Rabbi Ephraim Levine

London-born Rabbi Levine (m. Rochel) served as minister at West Ham and Upton Park Synagogue, London (2000-2004) and Watford & District Synagogue (2006-c.2019). (Profile formerly on the Watford congregation's website.)

Rev. A. Levinson

Rev. A. Levinson served as a minister of Bristol Hebrew Congregation (1894-1899). (Jews in Bristol by J. Samuel, 1997.)

Rev. H. Levinson

Rev. H. Levinson served as minister and reader of Bangor Hebrew Congregation, North Wales (1907-1911) before being appointed second reader (chazan) to Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation, Graham Street in 1911. (Jewish Chronicle report and Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. Dan Levy (formerly Fleishman)

Rev. Lev y (m. Sharon) served as minister of Potters Bar and District Affiliated Synagogue, Hertfordshire (1996-c.2000) and Enfield and Winchmore Hill Synagogue (c.2000-c.2001). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. Elkan Levy

Preston-born Rev. Levy, BA (Hons) (m. Celia née Fisher, the daughter of Dayan Michoel Fisher), a practicing solicitor, held several senior communal positions, including Chairman of the United Synagogue Burial Society (1992-1996), President of the United Synagogue and Chairman of the Chief Rabbinate Council (1996-1999), Director of the Office of Small Communities (2004-2010) and Editor of the Jewish Year Book (2010-2015). He also acted as a minister, generally on an interim basis, for certain United Synagogue congregations, including Belmont & District Affiliated Synagogue, London (1969-1973 and 1991-1992) and Radlett United Synagogue, Hertfordshire (2005 and 2010-2011). (Jewish Year Book Who's Who listing.)

Rev. I.A. Levy

Rev. Levy served as the first minister of the Hull Western Synagogue from about 1903 until about 1915. (Jewish Year Book listings)

Rev. I.M. Levy

Rev. Levy served as second reader of Bayswater Synagogue, London (c.1918-c.1919). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. Dr. Isaac (Harry) Levy, OBE
(14 September 1910 - 31 March 2005)

London-born Rev. Levy, OBE, PhD, TD, was educated at Yeshiva Etz Chaim, Jews' College, London, and University College London (where he earned a B.A. in 1932). Subsequently, in 1956, he obtained his PhD in Rabbinical History at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He served as minister of Hampstead Garden Suburb Synagogue, London (1936-38) and Bayswater Synagogue, London (1938-1939) He then volunteered for service in British armed forces, becoming Senior Jewish Chaplain (a post he held until 1966). Returning to ministerial life, he was appointed minister of Hampstead Synagogue, London (1946-1965). He was awarded an OBE in 1953. (Obituary in The Guardian, 18 May 2005, "The Hampstead Synagogue 1862-1967" by Raymond Apple, 1967 and Palgrave Dictionary of Anglo-Jewish History (2011), pp.579/580.)

Rev. Joseph Leonard Levy, BA, DD
(24 November 1865 - 26 April 1917)

London-born Rev. J.L. Levy (m. Henrietta nee Platnauer, 1889) studied at Jews' College, London and at University College, London, Bristol University and, later, the Western University of Pennsylvania. He served as a minister of Bristol Hebrew Congregation (1885-1889) before leaving for the Unites States, where he served B'nei Israel Congregation, Sacramento, Philadelphia (1893-1901) and Rodeph Shalom Congregation, Pitttsburg (from 1901 until his death in 1917). (Jews in Bristol by J. Samuel, 1997, pp.93/4.)

Rev. Montague Levy
(b. c.1925)

London-born Rev. Levy (m. Ray nee Benson of Dublin) was educated at Etz Chaim Yeshiva, London and Gateshead Talmudic College and also attended the Guildhall School of Music in London. He held posts at Leyton and Walthamstow New Federated Synagogue, Woolwich and Plumstead Synagogue and Bermondsey and Rotherhithe Synagogue (all in London) and at Northampton Hebrew Congregation. In the early 1950s he served as "Minister to the Jewish communities" in the British zone of Germany, based at Cologne. Subsequently he served as minister to the Llandudno Hebrew Congregation, North Wales (c.1952-c.1953). (Jewish Chronicle report 25 April 1952 and Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. Moses Levy

Moses Levy was minister of Bristol Hebrew Congregation (1798-1803). (Jews in Bristol by J. Samuel, 1997.)

Rabbi Natan Levy

US-born Rabbi Levy (m. Ariella) holds an MA in Jewish studies from King’s College, London, and received semicha from Rabbi Brovender and Rabbi Riskin in 2006. He was environmental liaison to the Chief Rabbi, Lord Sacks, interfaith consultant to the Board of Deputies of British Jews, and Jewish university chaplain for the West of England, based at Bristol University. He and rebbetzen Ariella served as rabbinic couple (part-time) at Shenley United Synagogue (2007-2010). (Congregation's website and on-line profile.)

Rev. Solomon Levy

Solomon Levy served as reader (or possibly minister) of Bristol Hebrew Congregation (1829-1830). (Jews in Bristol by J. Samuel, 1997.)

Rabbi Mendel Lew

Manchester-born Rabbi Lew (m. Rivky) studied at the Lubavitch Yeshiva in Tsfat, Israel and Hamline University, St Paul, MN and was awarded semicha in 1987. He served as minister of St Anne's Hebrew Congregation, Lancashire (1992-1996), Southend & Westcliff Hebrew Congregation (1996-2006) and Stanmore and Canons Park Synagogue, London (2006 to present - January 2021). (LinkedIn account and "Stanmore Ahead of the Game" - article from "Jewish Weekly" 18 May 2017.)

Rev. Abraham I. Lewin

Rev. Lewin served as the first and founding minister of Enfield and Winchmore Hill District Hebrew Congregation, London (c.1950-c.1961), having the title hon. minister from about 1953. (Jewish Year Book listings Jewish News report.)

Rabbi Alan Lewis

Rabbi Lewis (m. Miriam) was brought up in Manchester and gained his rabbinical semicha at the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem. He has served as minister of Wanstead & Woodford Synagogue, London (1990-2006) and Yeshurun Synagogue, Edgware, London (2006 until present - May 2020). (Jewish Year Book listings and Federation of Synagogue website.)

Dayan Yisroel Yaakov Lichtenstein

Dayan Lichtenstein grew up in Boston, Massachusetts and studied at a number of yeshivot in the Us and Israel before moving to Britain. He has served as Rosh Beis Din of the Federation of Synagogues and rav of the Hendon Beis Hamedrash, London from 1988 to present (July 2020). (Federation of Synagogues website.)

Rabbi Dr. Emil Lichtigfeld
(1894 - 1967)

Rabbi Lichtigfeld was born in Galicia and sought refuge Britain prior to World War II. He served as minister of Cricklewood Synagogue, London (1939-c.1946). He later served as rabbi in Frankfurt and Land Rabbi of Hessen (1954-1967). (The Lost Synagogues of London by . Renton, 2000, p 153.)

Rabbi Elchonon Moshe Lieberman

Rabbi Lieberman serves as rabbi of the Nefesh Hatorah congregation, Edgware, London (c.2019 until present - May 2020). (Uniquely Edgware website.)

Rabbi Yehudah Boruch Lieberman

Rabbi Lieberman served as rabbi of the Kollel Beis Aharon (Ohel Avrohom Synagogue), Edgware, London from at least 2015 (and probably much earlier) until about 2019. (Uniquely Edgware website.)

Rabbi Zvi Hirsh Lieberman
(b. 1960)

Chicago-born Rabbi Liberman (m. Feigy) had studied at yeshivot in Philadelphia, Israel, New York and Montreal, where he received his rabbinic semicha. He moved to Britain in 1985 and served as minister of Kingston, Surbiton & District Affiliated Synagogue, London, before becoming rav of Edgware Adath Yisroel Congregation, London (1990 to present - May 2020). (Profile on Edgware Adath Yisroel Congregation's website.)

Rabbi Naftali Lifschitz

Gateshead-born Rabbi Lifschitz studied at Jerusalem’s Mir Yeshivah and at Gateshead Yeshiva, where he received rabbinical semicha. He is a qualified therapist and has served as part-time minister at the Hull Hebrew Congregation (2012-2019) and Glasgow's Newton Mearns Synagogue (2019 to present - April 2020). (Jewish Chronicle reports, on-line professional profile and Newton Mearns website.)

Rev. Arnold Linden
(c.1927 - October 1956)

Rev. Linden (m. Anne) and his father were the only family members to survive the Holocaust. He studied chazanut at Jews' College, London and became reader at North Finchley and Woodside Park District Synagogue, London (1954-1956). He also taught at the Hebrew classes at Mile End and Bow District Synagogue. Rev Linden, aged 27, was tragically killed in a road traffic accident while returning from a funeral at Rainham cemetery. (Jewish Year Book listing, Jewish Chronicle obituary 2 November 1956 and reports.)

Rev. Jacob Lindiner
(b. c.1826)

Hungarian-born Rev. Lindiner (aka Linder) was reader (chazan) of Bristol Hebrew Congregation (1851-1854). (Jews in Bristol by J. Samuel, 1997, p.87.)

Rev. Benjamin Lipkin

Rev. Lipkin served as minister of the South Shields Synagogue, Co. Durham, from about 1890 until about 1900. ("The Jewish Communities of North-East England" by Lewis Olsover (1980), pp.256-260 and Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rabbi David Lister, MA

Manchester-born Rabbi Lister (m. Rachie) studied for rabbinical semicha in Sha'arei Torah Yeshiva in Manchester and Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem and received his MA in Jewish Education from the University of London. He served as minister of Reading Hebrew Congregation (1997-2000), Muswell Hill Synagogue, London (2000-2007) and Edgware United Synagogue, London (2008 to present - January 2021). (Rabbi Lister's profile on Edgware Synagogue's website.)

Rev. I. Litovitz

Rev. I. (or possibly J.) Lipkin served as minister of the South Shields Synagogue, Co. Durham, from about 1903 until about 1910, although he is believed to have been minister of the rival South Shields New Hebrew Congregation during the earlier part of this period, before the two congregations were reconciled. ("The Jewish Communities of North-East England" by Lewis Olsover (1980), pp.256-260, Jewish Chronicle report and Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. Asher Littenberg

Rev. Littenberg served as second reader of Bayswater Synagogue, London (c.1919-c.1923). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. James Littman
(d. 1937)

Rev. Littman served as minister of Aberdeen Hebrew Congregation (1893-c.1896) and Waterford Hebrew Congregation, Ireland (1890s). (Scottish Jewish Archives Centre and Jewish Chronicle obituary.)

Rev. Sam Lockner

Sam Lockner acted as minister of Bristol Hebrew Congregation (1958-1959). (Information provided by the congregation.)

Dayan Gershon Lopian
(1936 - 30 January 2014)

Portsmouth-born Dayan Lapian (m. Judy née Saberski) was the eldest son of Rav Leib Lopian, rosh yeshiva of the Gateshead Yeshiva, and a grandson of HaRav Elyahu Lopian ("Reb Elya"). Dayan Lopian studied at Gatehead Yeshiva, at Kfar Chassidim, Israel (under his grandfather), at the Chevron Yeshiva, Jerusalem and at the Sunderland Kollel; and received semicha from Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach, as well as Rav Chanoich Henach Padwa and Rav Moshe Feinstein. He served as minister of Yeshurun Synagogue, Edgware, London from 1976 until his retirement in 2006 and remained rav emeritus of the congregation until his death. (Jewish Year Book listings and obituary in Hamodia.)

Rev. J.D. Lorraine

Rev. Lorraine served as minister of Barking & Becontree Affiliated Synagogue, London (c.1970-c.1973). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. A. Lubin

Rev. Lubin served as reader (chazan) of Bayswater Synagogue, London (1957-c.1958). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. M. Lubner
(1885- 1930)

Rev. Lubner (who married the daughter of Rev. J. Miller of the East End of London) served at Swansea Hebrew Congregation for 17 years and then from 1922 he was chazan and teacher at Garnethill Synagogue, Glasgow. He then served as minister and reader at Walford Road Synagogue, Stoke Newington, London (1924-1930) until his sudden death, aged 45. He was an active supporter of the Zionist movement. (Jewish Chronicle obituaries and tributes 21 March and 4 April 1930, and various reports.)

Rabbi J.D. Lurie

Rabbi Lurie served as the rabbi of the Hull Beth Hamedrash from about 1915 until about 1928. (Jewish Year Book listings)


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