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Our free, easy-to-use genealogy website features thousands of databases, research tools, and other resources to help those with Jewish ancestry. Family members. If you are a beginner: Click here to get started > If you're more experienced, you can use the.
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Jewish Genealogy Search - extensive experience in genealogy coaching, research and ancestor and descendant trees. We will assist you in exploring roots and creating creating trees and reports. Easy Family Trees is directed by Michael Goldstein, an APG member. Please contact us by e-mail or phone to set up an initial complimentary session to discuss your goals. If we determine that Jewish...
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The Avotaynu DNA Project seeks male participants for a study of Western Sephardi paternal DNA lineages. Eligible participants must be direct paternal line descendants of members of the historic Western Sephardi communities of Amsterdam, London, Livorno, Venice, Bordeaux, and Southwest […]. Many...
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Jewish Data offers information on Jewish Genealogy for the name Jewish Data, Jewish Cemeteries and Jewish Tombstone Inscriptions. Search your Jewish Family History and See Cemetery Photos. As a family member searching for Jewish History or a student researching Jewish History you will find a...
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The November 4, 2014 episode of PBS's documentary series "Finding Your Roots," features three notable Americans, renowned attorney Alan Dershowitz, Grammy Award winning singer / songwriter Carole King and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright and screen writer Tony Kushner. All three have deep roots...
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As an expert genealogist, member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, with over 15 years’ experience, I offer a full scale genealogical research with guaranteed results. I have unique knowledge of Jewish Rabbinical families, especially in Eastern Europe. Bring healing and closure, reunite with missing or unknown family members. Discover your Jewish heritage, the origin of your...
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NEW BOOK - Jewish Community of Long Island, a publication in honor of the 30th anniversary of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island, is available from major online booksellers and in many Long Island bookstores. For further information, click YouTube Overview to see how this book can help your genealogy research, a Name Index supplement to the book, and a Press Release. We are a...
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Introduction to Jewish Genealogy in Bavarian Swabia; explains purpose and scope. This web site serves Jewish genealogists with roots in Bavarian Swabia and affiliates as a collective data repository. Our aim is to make historical civil records and other relevant archival material digitally accessible on the internet. Our fully searchable jgbs database provides access to tens of thousands of...
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This section should really be called “Location, Location, Location” but most times I’ve run into this, it’s involved Russia. The reason Russia is such a problem is that Russia the country was preceded by Russia the Empire, which was considerably larger than Russia is today. It was more or less the size of what the Soviet Union was in its heyday for those who remember somewhat-more-recent...
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JGSGP.org is the home of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Philadelphia. Pennsylvania residents (and only Pennsylvania residents) have free access to this particular database as they do with other Pennsylvania State Archives records already scanned and made available online by Ancestry. Free access for Pennsylvania residents is accomplished by registering online at no cost through this...
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Synagogues360. A Visual and Historical Record of Synagogues from Around the World. Search by country and see 360° panoramas of the interior of these beautiful buildings. Read more: Synagogues360 - Panoramas of Synagogues Around the World. Thanks to David Price for preparing this list of websites, especially for those who are new to Jewish genealogy. Download A Beginner's Guide to Jewish...
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Jewish Genealogy services at Ukraine, all kind of archive works, genealogy news. tips and solutions. At the initial stage of construction of the family tree it is quite simple and exciting experience, especially if it is filled with only 2-3 generations . But in order to fill it on, you can not do it without a specific set of data. As a rule, even the most senior members of the Family do not...
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1:30 pm American Jewish University, Sperber Library, Los Angeles CA The Knowles Collection contains the records of almost 1.4 million Jewish people. In this lecture we will learn how it was created and how to use it. W. Todd Knowles AG, is a member of the International Patron Services team at the Family History Library in Salt lake City, Utah. After being introduced to family history at the age...
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Ron Arons calls “Putting the Flesh on the Bones” his “bread and butter talk” that he has given for 15 years. Through two related examples he explains how one can piece together an ancestor’s life by collecting as much documentation about him or her as possible as well as looking at the environments where they lived. He will introduce a few tools to help this process, including Life Chronology...
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Triangle Jewish Genealogical Society in Durham. Our organization serves the Chapel Hill-Durham-Raleigh area and meets regularly to learn about Jewish genealogy. While the majority of its members reside in the greater Chapel Hill/Durham/Raleigh area, the TJGS welcomes members from anywhere in North Carolina, the region, or the U.S. All members are encouraged to volunteer and participate in the...
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The Center for Jewish History is the home of five preeminent Jewish institutions dedicated to history, culture and art. It unites under one roof collections that bring together centuries of Jewish life. Visit the Ackman & Ziff Family Genealogy Institute.
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Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned expert, you will find our monthly meetings stimulating and informative. We share tips, suggestions and success stories; and we enjoy a presentation on some aspect of the world of genealogical research. Need help getting started? Stuck at a brick wall? Come early (from 1:00 to 1:30) and one of our experienced genealogists will be glad to give you some...
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One case Ms. Moore reported involved a baby switched at birth about 100 years ago. “One family was Irish and the other Ashkenazi Jewish,” she said. It was the story of Alice Collins Plebuch, who began to explore her own genetic genealogy using an online DNA test. She expected to find that she was Irish, English, and Scottish, but the test revealed that she was 50 percent Ashkenazi Jewish. Her...
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We are a non-profit organization that collects, preserves,and disseminates knowledge and information with reference to Jewish family history. JGSWS helps our members find their Jewish family roots. We hold monthly meetings with guest lecturers, and we sponsor workshops. We offer programs for beginners as well as seasoned researchers. Recent topics included immigration records, Jewish given...
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Between 1760 and 1763, perhaps up to 20 Jewish families spent time in the Montreal area, about half of whom may be considered long-term residents. By 1768, when about a dozen families founded the first Jewish congregation in Canada, they chose the Sephardi minhag and the name Shearith Israel. The congregation remains to this day a vibrant component in the life of Jewish Montreal. The Jewish...
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