I have not got the first clue about Jewish records and where to find them so when my friend asked me to do a spot of digging on her mother's side I nearly had a fit when I uncovered Joseph Reichfeld. Well credit where it is due I didn't dig him up but a cousin of my friend did. Joseph was allegedly born in Hungary circa 1825 and I have no idea when and how he came to be here but civil unrest is the probable cause. Anyway, Joseph married (no record of his wife so far) and had a clutch of children beginning with Eiken born about 1857 and running through to Rachel born about 1872. all of these children's ages and their father's was taken from various census records I think. All of the children are shown in the census to be born in London (Westminster, St James Middlesex, Goodman's Fields)I have had a good look but can find no baptism records for any of them. So my question is, (now displaying the depth of my ignorance) do Jewish people record the births of their children and where might records be if they do?