THE great-grandson of the
founding rabbi of the Bradford
Synagogue has been made an
Richard Stroud, 73, is the fourth
generation of his family to be
involved with the synagogue, which
opened in 1873.
His great-grandfather, Rabbi Dr
Joseph Stroud, moved to Bradford
in 1870 at the request of the mainlyGerman immigrants who wanted to
open a synagogue.
This became the first Reform synagogue outside London.
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