Anglo-Jewish reformer; born May 13, 1804; died in London March 6, 1870; son of Abraham Q. Henriques. He was a director of the City Bank and the Bank of Australasia. In early life an active worker of the Portuguese synagogue, and one of its managers, he afterward was one of the foremost workers in the foundation of the West London Synagogue, in the councils of which congregation he held a high position. He was treasurer of the West London Synagogue from 1847 to 1862.

  • Jew. Chron. March 11, 18, 1870.
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