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Samuel eventually moved to Manchester in 1890. His many communal associations included the Manchester New Synagogue and Beth Hamidrash, the Shechita Board, the Talmud Torah and the Board of Guardians. Mostly notably, in 1891 Samuel purchased a former church building in Red Bank and converted it into the Holy Law Beth Aaron Synagogue. It was known locally as ‘Claff Shool’ and Samuel was Honorary Life President.

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