Circumcision Records

BASIMMONS : CIRCUMCISIONS PERFORMED BY B. A. SIMONS. Hartley Library University of Southampton MS 217/12 Small Jewish collections – copies of documents relating to Penzance Hebrew Congregation. Copy of List of Circumcisions performed by B. A. Simmons made out in the back of a calf-bound book containing the order of service for birth. Photographs of the Simmons family are held by the Greater Manchester County Records Office.

BSAA : CIRCUMCISION REGISTER OF ASHER ASH From the transcripts made by the late Dr. Bernard Susser and reproduced by kind permission of Frank Gent and the Susser Archive.

BSAOD : THE CIRCUMCISION REGISTER OF RABBI ASH OF DOVER 1765 – 1818 1765 – 1818.  From the transcripts made by the late Dr. Bernard Susser and reproduced by kind permission of Frank Gent and the Susser Archive.

BSJBS : THE CIRCUMCISION REGISTER OF JOSHUA ben SOLOMON OF EDINBURGH 1832 – 1838. From the transcripts made by the late Dr. Bernard Susser and reproduced by kind permission of Frank Gent and the Susser Archive.

BSJM : THE CIRCUMCISION REGISTER OF RABBI ASH OF DOVER, 1765 – 1818  Register of Circumcisions 1789 -1816 Jewish Museum MS268/269. From the transcripts made by the late Dr. Bernard Susser and reproduced by kind permission of Frank Gent and the Susser Archive.

BSMS : CIRCUMCISION REGISTER OF MYER SOLOMONS From the transcripts made by the late Dr. Bernard Susser and reproduced by kind permission of Frank Gent and the Susser Archive.

MOH : CIRCUMCISION A MOHEL’S REGISTER from 1794 – 1815 by Jacob Leveen University of Southampton Library Archives & MS: Ref MS 116/126 AJ312

PMCIRC : Based on Henry Roche’s full list / article ‘The Portsmouth Circumcision Register Reviewed’ (2008, revised Oct 2010), which adds English names where known, and much extra biographical information added in Notes section. Address = Place where Circumcision performed.”

WSC : SOME CIRCUMCISION RECORDS PUBLISHED IN “THE WESTERN SYNAGOGUE THROUGH TWO CENTURIES (1761 – 1961)” by Arthur Barnett, published by Vallentine – Mitchell London 1961