|Shaw Street Synagogue|
|Kellys Directoy 1900|
All information I can find relating to the "Shaw Street" synagogue tell of the building's origin as a Wesleyan chapel. This has me puzzled for I am unable to find a Wesleyan chapel in Shaw street just prior to 1908, when the chapel was supposedly converted to a synagogue. The only record I can find of a Wesleyan chapel in the close vicinity is in Moss Street, the southerly continuation of Shaw Street, where an early Georgian style building existed in the 19th century.
Can anyone help me locate this building, was it Shaw Street or Moss Street??