German SIG #Germany Conference Monday, GerSIG Day is Tuesday! #germany

Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE

Dear GerSIG members

Today there were no formal GerSIG interest sessions on the agenda, so
the time between the other talks people wanted to attend was spent
gathered in groups in the lobby areas of conference. GerSIG members
were, as ever pouring over laptops to explore potential cousin
relationships, new resources, resources they hadn't discovered before,
and of course DNA matches. Several of us also took advantage of the
opportunity to attend talks on methodology, dna and on genealogy

Your GerSIG DIrectors took some time today to prepare for tomorrow's
GerSIG content. Here are the sessions for Tuesday, we will report
back as soon as we can.

8 am Ekkehard Huebschmann is speaking about Archive Records in the 19th
9.50 am Malgosia Plosaj is speaking about Becoming a Member of the
Weissenberg and Bloch Families
10.30 I am speaking about Refugee experience in the UK before and during WW2
12.15 GerSIG Luncheon - Malgosia Plosaj is speaking about the Mannebergs
>from Upper Silesia

1.30 pm The GerSIG Business Meeting takes place, our agenda is:

2.Obermayer German Jewish History Awards Update Karen Franklin
3.Discussion List & Moderation Update - comments sent by John Lowens
4.A New Website for GerSIG - Alex Calzareth
5.Data & Projects Update - Roger Lustig
6.Volunteering to Help with New GerSIG projects - Jeanette Rosenberg
7.News, Updates & Announcements
8.Any Other Business

2.45 pm Finding Whose Roots by Karen Franklin
4 pm Vital Records >from Posen & Silesia by Joachim Mugdan

We look forward to a very busy day indeed!

oh, and in case someone asks, GerSIG Ribbons are still available from
me, on request!

All good wishes, Jeanette

Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE
GerSIG Director for Conference Arrangements

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