Anna Maria Miriam Goldsmid (1805 - 1889)

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About Anna Maria Miriam Goldsmid

Writer and communal worker; born in London Sept. 17, 1805; died there Feb. 8, 1889; daughter of Sir Isaac Lyon Goldsmid, Bart. She was a pupil of the poet Thomas Campbell, and translated (1839) into English twelve sermons delivered by Dr. Gotthold Salomon at Hamburg, Ludwig Phillipson's "Die Entwickelung der Religiösen Idee" (1853), and J. Cohen's "Les Déicides" (1872). Miss Goldsmid also published many original pamphlets on educational and other questions, and the formation of the Jews' Infant-Schools was largely due to her enthusiasm and support. She was also interested in University College School and Hospital and the Jews' Deaf and Dumb Home.

Bibliography: Jew. Chron. and Jew. World, Feb. 15, 1889;

Allibone, Dictionary of Authors.

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Anna Goldsmid's Timeline

September 17, 1805
February 8, 1889
Age 83
Balls Pond (Road) Jewish Cemetery, Islington, Middlesex, England