Harold Pollins <pollins@...>
Plutsk <email@example.com> wrote
It's St. Patrick's Day, and I find myself wondering about the apparent
There has never been a sizeable Jewish community in Ireland. There were
very few before the late 19th century so that they would not have been
caught up in the Great Famine in any numbers. The first figures for the
whole of Ireland are in the 1861 Census: there were 393 people; in 1881
there were 472, and in 1901 3,769.