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The British captured the Dutch settlement on Tortola Island in 1672 and annexed Anegada and Virgin Gorda, which would become part of what we now know as the British Virgin Islands.Jews first settled in the Virgin Islands in 1655 when it was ruled by Denmark.These were mainly traders in sugarcane, rum and Molasses.A number of famous Jews have been born in the Virgin Islands including French impressionist painter Camille Pissarro and David Levy Yulee, Florida's first senator. Thomas founded a synagogue that is now considered the oldest continuous-use synagogue under the American flag (the Virgin Islands are an American territory).In 1801, only nine Jewish families belonged to the congregation but, by 1803, this number had increased to 22, with arrivals from England, France, and the Caribbean islands of St. In 1804 the small Synagogue was destroyed by fire but was quickly replaced a few years later in 1812.