Brady Street Ashkenazi Cemetery The Brady Street Ashkenazi Cemetery, Whitechapel, London E1. Closed since 1858
Bud Flanagan Bud Flanagan (a.k.a. Reuben Weintrob) of Hanbury Street and elsewhere
Jackie Brafman "You've heard of Christian Dior, well I'm the Yiddisher Dior." The quote is from the film A Kid for Two Farthings, based on the Wolf Mankowitz novel. But it seems apt for Jackie Brafman, Wentworth Street trader
Hessell Street Hessell Street, site of a famous market
Jewish Board of Guardians Plaque marking the site of the Jewish Board of Guardians, 125-129 Middlesex Street
East End children, 1917 The little girl on the right is 4-year old Leah Lachman, born in 1913, with her sister on the left and baby brother in the arms of a midwife. Their proud mother Rachel stands behind. Tragedy was to follow; a year later Rachel would be dead, victim of a flu epidemic. Brought up in poverty in Whitechapel, Leah subsequently became Leah Walker and lived to the age of 86. Her grandson, Jonathan, designed this website.