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|Site / Author Name||Site Address / book title||Description|
|1851 Anglo-Jewry Database||1851 Anglo-Jewry Database||The database covers mainly England, Wales and Scotland with a few additions from Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. Most of the names, but not all, are linked to the 1851 census. There are approaching 29,000 names, which is probably more than 90 per cent of the Jewish population in Britain at that time. It brings together the work of nearly 250 contributors from around the world.|
|Bolton Family Tree||Bolton Family Tree||The Family Tree contains the genealogy of the Bolton and associated families, mainly from Henley and surrounding areas.|
|CemeteryScribes||www.cemeteryscribes.com||The aim of this project is to preserve for future generations the information that has been inscribed over the centuries on headstones across the country before it is lost to the insidious ravages of acid rain, urbanization, neglect and vandalism|
|Gibraltar Jewish community records||Gibraltar Jewish Community records||6,461 entries transcribed from the Gibraltar Jewish community's birth, marriage and death records (1908-1931), along with 1,485 entries relating to people identified as Jews in the Gibraltar censuses of 1777 and 1791|
|Irish Jewish Roots||Irish Jewish Genealogical Society||The Irish Jewish Family History Database has been compiled by Stuart Rosenblatt P.C. FGSI. and contains information on over 44,000 individuals who lived in Ireland between 1700 and the present day.|
|JCR-UK Jewish Births Database||JGSGB Jewish Births Database||1,027 entries from the West London Synagogue covering the period 1844 to 1905, along with miscellaneous transcriptions from UK birth certificates donated to the JGSGB Library|
|JCR-UK Jewish Burials Database||JGSGB Jewish Burials Database||About 80,000 entries going back to the 18th century from the records of multiple communities in the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man|
|JCR-UK Jewish Marriages Database||JGSGB Jewish Marriages Database||Over 16,000 entries transcribed with permission from the records of London's Bevis Marks, Sandys Row and West London Synagogues, along with those of eight provincial communities in the United Kingdom|
|JCR-UK Database: miscellaneous Jewish records||JGSGB Database miscellaneous Jewish records||15,708 entries from the Manchester Street Index and the Salford Police Register of Aliens|
|JCR-UK Database of Jewish School Records||JGSGB Database of Jewish School Records||over 1,300 entries transcribed from the records of the Hull Hebrew School (1845-1945) and London Central School (1884 -1900)|
|JCR-UK Database of Jews in United Kingdom Censuses||JGSGB Database of Jews in United Kingdom Censuses||42,363 entries transcribed from censuses covering (variously) 1841-1911 in Exeter, Falmouth, Leeds, London, Manchester, Oxford, Penzance, Plymouth and Stroud|
|Laidlaw, Petra||An Index to the Jewish Community of the British Isles in 1851||ISBN 978-1-4457-5020-0. (London, 2010)|
|Lewin, Harold & Miriam||Marriage Records of the Great Synagogue- London 1791-1885. |
Birth Records of the Great Synagogue 1791 to 1877 and Hambro Synagogue 1770 to 1905.
Birth Records of the New Synagogue & Marriage Records of the New and Hambro Synagogues, London.
|ISBN 9655551865, 9789655551860. Jerusalem, 2004. 700p.
ISBN 978-965-91261-0-1. (Jerusalem, 2008).
ISBN 978 965-91261-1-8. (Jerusalem, 2010)
|Polishfamily||www.polishfamily.com||Photos taken by Debbie and others for genealogy research|
|Shire, Angela||Great Synagogue Marriage Records: 1791-1850||ISBN 0950843733 (0-9508437-3-3)
Softcover, Frank J. Gent
|SynagogueScribes||SynagogueScribes||One-stop gateway to Anglo-Jewish community records: Synagogue Scribes offers a unique and fully searchable database of London Ashkenazi Synagogue records, with the emphasis on pre UK civil registration, which began on 1st July 1837|