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The Jewish congregations held on to their less than complete birth, marriage and death registers and are only available from the congregations themselves or from a few specialist collections.

After the introduction of civil registration in 1837, births can be found in the civil registers.

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Public meetings were then held across the country and Jewish and Christian leaders in Britain spoke out against the atrocities.

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Jews together with Quakers were exempt from the stipulations of the Hardwicke Act of 1753, which stated that all marriages must take place in an Anglican church and only after the publication of banns.

The result of this was that Jewish congregations kept their own records of marriage.Unfortunately the Jewish authorities pursued a haphazard method of record keeping and in the case of births little interest was shown in recording the birth of an infant.Jews did not begin the process of registering births until 1764.JWed was featured by Shifra Novograd on her popular Women's Hour radio program broadcast from Baltimore.To hear streaming audio of interview please click here (You will need Real Player to hear audio.After 1837, Jewish marriages can be found in the civil registers.

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