As the publicity chair of the upcoming IAJGS conference in Seattle, I
am writing a short article on Jewish genealogy for a local magazine
called "Jewish in Seattle." I'd love to include some examples of how
family researchers broke through their most seemingly impenetrable
brick walls. For example, I discovered the name and occupation of my
great-great-grandfather on the gravestone of his son in a weedy
cemetery in Belarus. If you've got a success story you are
particularly proud of, I'd love to hear it.
Thank you and happy Pesach to all!
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