Rabbinical Profiles(1)

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Rev. M.H. Malis

Rev. Malis served as minister of Boreham Wood, Elstree & District Affiliated Synagogue, Hertfordshire (c.1959-c.1960). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. Joseph Malovany, LSRM, FRCM

Tel-Aviv-born Rev. Malovany, a world famous cantor, served as chazan (cantor) at the Bilu Synagogue in Tel Aviv and in the Israel Defence Forces before taking up the position of chazan of the Yoeville Synagogue, Johannesburg, South Africa ((1963-1968). He then served as chazan of Edgware United Synagogue, London (1968-1973) and from 1973 has as served as chief chazan of the Ateret Zevi Congregation (Fifth Avenue Synagogue), New York. (Jewish Virtual Library and Jewish Year Book listings)

Rabbi Bentzi Mann

Israel- born Rabbi Mann and his wife, Michal, are the part-time rabbinical couple at Mill Hill East Jewish Community, London, from October 2018 present (April 2020). (Press reports and congregation's website)

Rabbi Dr. Alfred Melinek
(15 Sep 1912 - 2005)

London-born Rabbi Melinek obtained a BA in Semetics from University College London (and a PhD in 1944). He studied at Jews' College, London, obtaining a minister's diploma in 1939, and was a lecturer there for some 60 years. He served as acting minister of Hackney Synagogue, now the Hackney & East London Synagogue (c.1940-c.1945), while the regular minister, Rev. Dr. Joseph, was on chaplaincy duty with H.M. Armed Forces during World War II). Subsequently, he served as minister of Stoke Newington Synagogue, London (c.1947-c.1951), Brondesbury Synagogue, London (c.1951-1969) and Willesden Synagogue, London (1969-1977). He retired in 1977 but continue to serve the wider Jewish community as a lecturer at Jews' College, editor of the prestigious journal, L'Eylah, and educationist. (Jewish Year Book listings and History of Hackney Synagogue.)

Rabbi Israel Mellul

Rabbi Mellul was the rabbi at Ohr Hachayim Synagogue (Edgware Sephardi Community), London, from at least 2015 until 2018. (Uniquely Edgware website.)

Rabbi Yonatan Menachem

Rabbi Menachem has served the rabbi at Ohr Hachayim Synagogue (Edgware Sephardi Community), London, from 2018 until present (May 2020). (Uniquely Edgware website.)

Rev. Lewis Mendelsohn

Rev. Mendelsohn, B.A., formerly of East Melbourne, served as the minister of the Newcastle United Hebrew Congregation (Leazes Park Road Synagogue) (1891-1894) and Bristol Hebrew Congregation (1894-1895). ("Service and Scandal" (2013) by Daniel Appleby and Bristol Hebrew Congregation.)

Rev. B.N. Michaelson

Rev. Michaelson, B.A., was born in Middlesborough and educated at Stockton High School, Aria College (Portsea) and Portsmouth Grammer School. He gained an open mathematical scholarship for Corpus Christi College,f Cambridge and subsequently studied at Jews' College, London and graduated from the University of London in 1891. He was Jewish chaplain at Wormwood Scrubbs Prison and served as minister of Newport Synagogue (1899-c.1902) and the Newcastle United Hebrew Congredation (Leazes Park Road Synagogue) (1905-c.1909). ("Who's Who" entries and listings in Jewish Year Books.)

Rev. A. Miller

Rev. Miller served as second reader of Leazes Park Road Synagogue, Newcastle (1912-1916). ("The Jewish Communities of North-East England" by Lewis Olsover (1980), p.204 and Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rabbi L. Miller

Rabbi Miller served as minister of the Hull Western Synagogue (1920 until c.1930) and Middlesbrough Hebrew Congregation (c.1930 until at least 1939). (Jewish Year Book listings)

Rev. D. Milosawer

Rev. Milosawer served as minister of Watford and District Hebrew Congregation (1947-1950). (Jewish Year Book listings and Jewish Chronicle press reports.)

Rev. L. Mockton

Rev. Mockton served as minister of Barking & Becontree Hebrew Congregation, London (c.1956-c.1958). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. W. Morein

Rev. Morein, BA, served as minister, reader and secretary of Becontree & District Associate Synagogue, London (c.1929-c.1931). (Jewish Year Book listings.)

Rev. Barnett Moss

Rev. Moss served as reader and shochet of the Darlington Hebrew Congregation (1907-1913). (Jewish Year Book listings and Jewish Chronicle press reports.)

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  1. Additional biographical information may be found in the source or sources shown in parenthesis following each profile. These were also the primary, but not necessarily the sole, source of the data provided in the profile.

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