The Northampton Jewish Cemetery a description, analysis and history of the Jewish section of the Towcester Road Cemetery in Northampton. Supplements incorporate Notes about certain aspects of the Northampton Jewish Community by Michal Jolles

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StatementMichael Jolles.
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Number of Pages179
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Telephone: (option 1) Email: [email protected] Opening times. The cemetery office is open Monday - Friday am - 4pm. NORTHAMPTON, town in central Jewish community, first mentioned in the 12 th century, was one of the most important in medieval England.

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In representatives of Anglo-Jewry were summoned there to apportion among themselves a levy of 5, marks for ransoming Richard I from captivity (The Northampton Donum).

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