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  • Ann


    Female - 1820

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    • Name Ann 
      Gender Female 
      Died 16 Jun 1820  Mansell Street, St Mary Whitechapel, Tower Hamlets, London Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
      Buried Brady Street Jewish Cemetery Find all individuals with events at this location 
      • Inscription: Ann wife of .. Joseph Shere....
      Sherenbeck, Ann (married name)
      Sherenbeck, Ann (married name)
      • Extract from Susser Archive PLYMOUTH HOE'S OLD JEWISH CEMETERY: "In these circumstances it is almost certain that about 1740 a Jew died in Plymouth and Sarah Sherrenbeck (a Mrs Ann Sherenbeck, widow of Joseph Sherenbeck died in London and was buried in the Brady Street Cemetery on 16 June 1820), in an exercise of 'charity of loving kindness' which characterizes Jewish women, allowed him or her to be buried in a plot of land belonging to her on Plymouth Hoe. This plot was utilized again for a similar purpose and ultimately Mrs Sherrenbeck transferred it to the Plymouth Jewish community."
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      Person ID I824
      Last Modified 20 Jun 2007 

      Family SCHERENBECK (SHERRENBECK) Joseph Jacob,   d. 1783 
      Last Modified 16 Jun 2007 
      Family ID F236  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    • Sources 
      1. [S14] GSBUR, the late Rabbi Dr. Susser .

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