How to find record that states "Lewin 'Birth Records'" see enclosed pdf #unitedkingdom #general


Martyn Woolf
 

For anyone with Anglo-Jewish ancestry the books by Harold and Miriam Lewin are well-nigh a necessity. I use them all the time as I do the similar series, Volumes II to V, produced by Bevis Marks Synagogue.   The records cover Marriages, Births, Circumcisions and Burials over varying time periods from the earliest until about 1918 (for some of the records).  

I can always help with an occasional enquiry.

 

Regards

 

Martyn Woolf

London, NW3

 

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Jocelyn Keene
 

Ron,
Did you ever get your question answered?  I usually don't try to answer questions because by the time I get the daily digest, most of the questions have long been answered.  But I noticed your question and that I know the answer however as of yet I haven't seen it be answered.
The Lewin "Birth Records" is one of an excellent set of book with translations and tabulations of vital records recorded by London Ashkenazi synagogues and subsequently filmed by FamilySearch.  One of these, published in 2008, was "Birth Records of the Great & Hambro Synagogues London".  The record you have flagged appears there and you probably found it in a website, perhaps SynagogueScribes, that uses these published books.  The other Lewin books are "Marriage Records of the Great Synagogue London, 1791-1885" (2004); "Birth Records of the New Synagogue & Marriage Records of the New & Hambro Synagogues London" (2010); and "Burial Records of the Great & Hambro Synagogues - London, 1791-1837" (2013). I highly recommend these books for anyone with Ashkenazi Anglo-Jewish ancestry. There is also a separate set (not by the Lewins) available from the S&P Synagogues for Sephardic ancestry.  
Best wishes,
Jocelyn Keene
Pasadena, California


r.peeters
 

Hi Julia,

The link to the file you sent which offers a wealth of information of what are the first 148 pages of what looks like an enourmously comprehensive overview. Too bad, I didnot find the data I am looking for.  My interest goes out to the descendants of 
Meyer LEVIN who arrived in London early 1800's and was married to Esther Nathan.
Thanks for your help,
regards,
Ron Peeters


Julia Trainor
 

This might help?
   
Židovská náboženská obec Mikulov, Rejstřík (z roku 1913) k matrikám, NOZ 1762 - 1912, I. část: narození, N 1762 - 1912, písmena A - I | Jewish Museum Collections

Julia Trainor
Canberra, Australia
Researching in Austrian Czech lands:   Auspitzer, Deutsch, Fessler, Glesinger, Gottlieb, Schmidl, Weingarten


r.peeters
 

Found this via the 1851 census records. Hope someone knows how this works.
regards,
Ron Peeters
Ulvenhout (NL)