Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Orphan Society, London
The Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Orphan Society was founded in 1703 'For maintaining, clothing, housing, educating, and apprenticing orphan children of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews' congregation.'
The Society seems to have used a number of premises including:
- 10 Bevis Marks Street, Mary Axe, London EC3 (by 1882)
- 9 Howley Place, Maida Hill, London W9 (by 1890)
- Lauderdale Road, Maida Vale, London W9 (by 1907)
- 2 Ashworth Road, Maida Vale, London W9 (by 1912)
The Society appears to have confined its residential accommodation just to boys. 7.
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- No records noted at present for this establishment — any information welcome.
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