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    1 1st jewish settler in New Zealand POLACK Joel Solomon (I13591)
     
    2 As yet unconfirmed but probable first wife of Henry Nathan, given the Hebrew name of husband from the marriage record (see www.synagoguescribes.com) and death of Maria Nathan in 1840. HYAMS (?) Maria (?) (I12880)
     
    3 GRO: Sep 1888 Lyon Fanny 85 Pancras 1b 101
     
    MICHAEL Fanny (I5029)
     
    4 missing presumed dead April 1867 Melbourn, Vic.,Australia HART Nathaniel (I891)
     
    5 Rebecca daughter of Solomon and Ann BEHRENS 19th Feb 1832 aged 14 years 9 months. [From surviving burial records] BEHRENS Rebecca (I13109)
     
    6 said to have been the 20th Jewish Marriage in Australia. (Source V183720 135/1837) Family F2108
     
    7 "Bendyk Lipka" was born 9 April 1831 in Golub Dobrzyn Prussia. From the time he was in the UK and per naturalization papers he became Jacob Baruch Lipkie. [Source Darryl Lipkie] LIPKIE Jacob Baruch [Jacob Baruch b Joseph] (I8637)
     
    8 & Jewish victims of the W A Shloten, only one received a memorial stone. The remaining six were identified as Chajim Friedmann and Marcus Wagner the 4 others were 2 male adults, a boy and a woman. UNKNOWN Unknown (I8403)
     
    9 'His epitaph (only the Hebrew portion of it is still decipherable) characteristically refers to his children and grandchildren to whom he was devoted; the only personal info it gives concerning himself is his description as Parnass u-Manhig ie President" JESSEL (JESSELL) Zadoc (Zadok) Aaron (I842)
     
    10 'Moses Ansell Of Ipswich' stated on son Lewis' headstone.  ANSELL Moses (I352)
     
    11 (from Hamburg) Miriam b David (I12381)
     
    12 (Source: Liverpool Community Archives - Old Hebrew Congregation archives) SAMSON Sampson (I14062)
     
    13 11th of the .... 5649, age 54 years, late of Covent Garden Market. JACOBS Phillip (Philip) (I139)
     
    14 12 Feb 1902 age 70 of 18 Southampton Row  MOCH Moise (I11829)
     
    15 12th Adar 1st 5684, age 56 years Miriam (I61)
     
    16 13 Aug 1823 John Street Church Lane Saunders Russelsheim RUSSELSHEIM (RESSELSHEIM) (RESSELSHIEM) Sander (Saunders) (I343)
     
    17 16th Adar, age 57 years SASIENI Levi (I244)
     
    18 1813 - from Leigh, Essex BENJAMIN Abraham (I321)
     
    19 1820 Moses Davis Grays Inn Lane Member 1st Committee Westminster Jews Free School  DAVIS Moses [Moshe b Eliezar HaCohen] (I3167)
     
    20 1901 Census states born Denmark. FALCK Ernest (I8479)
     
    21 19th Nissan COHEN Lawrence (I30)
     
    22 2 possible GRO's: Jun 1846 Lyons Catherine St Geo Southk 4 309. Lyons Catherine St Geo Southk 4 287
     
    LYONS Catherine (I1140)
     
    23 24th Ivar 5684, age 85 years DUIS Levie (Louis) (I55)
     
    24 2nd marriage gives patronymic Ryna bat Mikal Elizabeth [Ryna b Mikal] (I11806)
     
    25 5 Great Alie Street. Frances (Fanny) (Fegele) (I299)
     
    26 5\6 Jul 1825 Phebe wife of Benjamin Farmer Prescot Street MOSES Phoebe [Fradel b Moshe] (I897)
     
    27 A BOOK OF VERSE BY KATIE MAGNUS, LONDON GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & SONS, LIMITED. BROADWAY HOUSE, LUDGATE HILL, E.G. 1905

    TO THE DEAR MEMORY OF MY DEAREST BROTHER,
    BARROW EMANUEL, FEB. 4, 1842 FEB. 14, 1904

    I cannot think of you, dear,
    Afar, in Heaven, with "wings";

    I think your rest must be quite near,
    Among the old loved things.

    I cannot see you when I weep,

    Nor hardly when I pray ;
    You do not come in dreams or sleep,

    But close in common day.

    In every day's most quiet need

    I feel you stand beside
    The human, that, dear, was your creed :

    To me you have not died.
     
    EMANUEL Barrow (I9115)
     
    28 A fragment of a stone found in London Wall face down in 1753 and reported in Gentleman's Magazine. Estimated at the time to have been placed in the wall 538 years earlier based on Stow's reference to the Barons coming to London, destroying the homes of Jewish people and then using them to rebuild the walls of the city. Its not unreasonable to suppose that the same was done with tombstones taken from the Jews Garden Cemetery.

    The fragment is said to commemorate Nahum (Nathan or Nathaniel). The original sketch is now at the British Library.
     
    Nahum (Nathan) (I8412)
     
    29 A headstone and kerb surrounding a double sized grave. Inscription records the deaths of two infant children of Isaac and Sarah SHANE of Stroud.
    Michael died Aug 20th 1886 aged 13 days
    Rebecca DIED May 26th 1887 aged 21 Months
     
    SHANE Michael (I11660)
     
    30 A headstone and kerb surrounding a double sized grave. Inscription records the deaths of two infant children of Isaac and Sarah SHANE of Stroud.
    Michael died Aug 20th 1886 aged 13 days
    Rebecca DIED May 26th 1887 aged 21 Months
     
    SHANE Rebecca (I11659)
     

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