English communal worker; born 1835; died in London Jan. 23, 1900. He was connected with the management of several Jewish institutions in London, and was intimately associated with the Central Synagogue, of which he and his brothers were founders, and of which, in 1877, he was elected warden. Beddington took a deep interest in Jewish educational matters. He was a member of the committee of the Jews' Free School, and was also on the committees of Jews' College, the Jewish Middle-Class School for Girls, and the Jewish Association for the Diffusion of Religious Knowledge.

  • Jewish Chronicle and Jewish World, Jan. 26, 1900.
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