Formerly, Birmingham, then, Little Somerset Street, then Clare Court, Drury Lane and then Birmingham.
Mosely Solomon, Jacob (John) Solomon, Saul Solomon, Sampson Solomon, Philip Solomon, Elizabeth the wife of Ezekiel Nathan and Charlotte the wife of Abraham Davis.
Henry, Jacob, David and Rachel Nathan ("orphans of Betsy")
Niece Rachel Henry Lazarus. Solomon Myers husband of his "oldest grandaughter"
Moses Levy Newton, Merchant of Great Prescott Street, Isaiah Phillips of Birmingham, Mr. Aaron, Mr. Hollis?
Rachel Solomon, Abraham Davis, Ezekiel Nathan and Moses Levy Newton.
Sampson Lucas of Haydon Square and Thomas Edwards clerk to Messrs Lamb of Aldergate Street and Abraham Cohen. Appeared John Gabriel Davis, Merchant of 16 Clare Court.
Birmingham Synagogue. In 1809 foundation stone for a Synagogue in Birmingham “laid by Mordecai Solomon, a pencil maker who had been listed in the Birmingham Directory in 1777 and had lived in the area ever since.” Anthony Joseph also mentions Rabbi Isaiah Phillips (1747-1835) Anthony Joseph, “Birmingham’s Jewish community” pp 32-33 in, Shemot, Volume 18, 3.