Date   

Re : Baltic port #belarus

Micheline GUTMANN <m.gutmann@...>
 

Edna Hoover wrote:
"Our grandparents told us they met on the boat coming over to England. =20
We assumed this to be >from a Baltic port...=94

I also heard this >from my maternal grand-mother coming >from Pinsk to =
Paris.
She told that she was very sick on the boat.

As my paternal great grand-parents came >from Lomza
through Koenigsberg (Kaliningrad),I guess the port was the same one.

Micheline GUTMANN
m.gutmann@genami.org
site GenAmi=www.genami.org


Jewish Boxers from Philadelphia #general

Harry D. Boonin <hdboonin@...>
 

I have come across a list of Jewish prize fighters >from Philadelphia. The
listing is for boxers who fought in the 1910s and 1920s, several earlier. I
have no information about famous Jewish boxers >from Philadelphia, such as
Lew Tendler or Benny Bass. I have about ten or twelve names. In some cases
I have both their ring names and their birth names. I have no names of
amateur boxers.
Harry D. Boonin
Philadelphia,PA
hdboonin@erols.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re : Baltic port #belarus

Micheline GUTMANN <m.gutmann@...>
 

Edna Hoover wrote:
"Our grandparents told us they met on the boat coming over to England. =20
We assumed this to be >from a Baltic port...=94

I also heard this >from my maternal grand-mother coming >from Pinsk to =
Paris.
She told that she was very sick on the boat.

As my paternal great grand-parents came >from Lomza
through Koenigsberg (Kaliningrad),I guess the port was the same one.

Micheline GUTMANN
m.gutmann@genami.org
site GenAmi=www.genami.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish Boxers from Philadelphia #general

Harry D. Boonin <hdboonin@...>
 

I have come across a list of Jewish prize fighters >from Philadelphia. The
listing is for boxers who fought in the 1910s and 1920s, several earlier. I
have no information about famous Jewish boxers >from Philadelphia, such as
Lew Tendler or Benny Bass. I have about ten or twelve names. In some cases
I have both their ring names and their birth names. I have no names of
amateur boxers.
Harry D. Boonin
Philadelphia,PA
hdboonin@erols.com


Re: Lodz databases explanation and another source #general

meretz
 

The heading of Daniel Kazez' database is Czestochowa-Radomsko Area Research
Group. I wonder whether it does contain also 20,000 Lodz names.
Uri Meretz

----- Original Message -----
Lodz databases explanation and another source
From: "Roni S. Liebowitz" <roni19@optonline.net>
Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2005 22:22:40 -0400

I have received several inquiries about the information I posted regarding
Lodz (and other) databases. Hope this clarifies:

1. The databases are searchable databases, not static lists. You cannot
browse the entire town or whole list. You must do a search on a surname.

2. On the Holocaust database, one surname search will list that name
wherever it appears in any of the 100 separate data files, so you don't
have
to go through each file separately. You cannot search one datafile
independently. These relatively smaller databases do not have their own
individual search engines as does the Lodz Ghetto Residents database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/LodzGhetto.html . You will need
to search these other databases by going to
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/

3. It is very important to READ THE INTRODUCTIONS and check out the
highlighted terms, which often refer you to lists of occupations or a
translation of terms and even the columns used in the databases. It is
very
hard to understand the content of the database without reading the intro.
For information on each of the databases, scroll down and click on the
links
on that same page. For example, Chelmno is one of the databases listed.
Click on that link to get to the explanation about the database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/0114_Lodz-transports.html

4. Anyone can do a basic search but must have a JewishGen ID number. To
get
this sign up at http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/ (no cost). When the
request
appears to log onto a database, you will need that number. A basic search
allows you to input only in the first search box. Only contributors can do
an advanced search which allows you to search additional boxes at the same
time so that, for example, you can search on a surname and given name
together.

Another searchable database, not housed on JewishGen, containing about
20,000 Lodz names was compiled by Daniel Kazez. Check out
http://www.benkazez.com/dan/crarg/search.php

Please remember to list the ancestors you are researching on the JewishGen
Family Finder http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/ If you are listed, others
researching the same names, or who have information about the names you
are
researching, will be able to contact you.

Good luck with your research.

Regards,
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
Scarsdale, New York


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Re: Lodz databases explanation and another source #lodz #poland

meretz
 

The heading of Daniel Kazez' database is Czestochowa-Radomsko Area Research
Group. I wonder whether it does contain also 20,000 Lodz names.
Uri Meretz

----- Original Message -----
Lodz databases explanation and another source
From: "Roni S. Liebowitz" <roni19@optonline.net>
Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2005 22:22:40 -0400

I have received several inquiries about the information I posted regarding
Lodz (and other) databases. Hope this clarifies:

1. The databases are searchable databases, not static lists. You cannot
browse the entire town or whole list. You must do a search on a surname.

2. On the Holocaust database, one surname search will list that name
wherever it appears in any of the 100 separate data files, so you don't
have
to go through each file separately. You cannot search one datafile
independently. These relatively smaller databases do not have their own
individual search engines as does the Lodz Ghetto Residents database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/LodzGhetto.html . You will need
to search these other databases by going to
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/

3. It is very important to READ THE INTRODUCTIONS and check out the
highlighted terms, which often refer you to lists of occupations or a
translation of terms and even the columns used in the databases. It is
very
hard to understand the content of the database without reading the intro.
For information on each of the databases, scroll down and click on the
links
on that same page. For example, Chelmno is one of the databases listed.
Click on that link to get to the explanation about the database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/0114_Lodz-transports.html

4. Anyone can do a basic search but must have a JewishGen ID number. To
get
this sign up at http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/ (no cost). When the
request
appears to log onto a database, you will need that number. A basic search
allows you to input only in the first search box. Only contributors can do
an advanced search which allows you to search additional boxes at the same
time so that, for example, you can search on a surname and given name
together.

Another searchable database, not housed on JewishGen, containing about
20,000 Lodz names was compiled by Daniel Kazez. Check out
http://www.benkazez.com/dan/crarg/search.php

Please remember to list the ancestors you are researching on the JewishGen
Family Finder http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/ If you are listed, others
researching the same names, or who have information about the names you
are
researching, will be able to contact you.

Good luck with your research.

Regards,
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
Scarsdale, New York


documents to leave Russia #general

Irene K. <impromptus2002@...>
 

"What documents were required for the immigrant to
leave Russia or Poland for the US I have heard that a
Visa type of document was needed to
leave Russia. If so, where would these documents be
archived in Europe
(if at all)?"
There is a huge fond of files starting >from late
1860th in the Lithuanian State Historical archives.
Those files include application forms, personal
letters addressed to the governement, gover. replies,
and finally so called foreign passports of those
people who went abroad and returned to Lithuania. If a
family did not return their passports are missing. It
was not called "Visa" in old country, it was kind of
permission. If you ancestors lived in Oshmyany uezd,
Lida uyezd, Vilenskaya, Minsk and Kovno guberniyas
their files could be searcher in Vilnius archives. It
also importnat to know the exact year of departure,
the passports issued between 1914 and 1940 are in the
State archives also in Vilnius.
Those files in both archives are not indexed at all,
and the researcher should check each single paper in
order to find the right document. There are documents
of diplomats, aristocrats, foreign citizens and Jews
registered in different towns mixed together in one
file. Each year has 20-30 files.

Irene Kudish
researcher
Tel-Aviv, Israel
LIBKIND/LIPKIND, GLIKIN - Belarus, Lithuania


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen documents to leave Russia #general

Irene K. <impromptus2002@...>
 

"What documents were required for the immigrant to
leave Russia or Poland for the US I have heard that a
Visa type of document was needed to
leave Russia. If so, where would these documents be
archived in Europe
(if at all)?"
There is a huge fond of files starting >from late
1860th in the Lithuanian State Historical archives.
Those files include application forms, personal
letters addressed to the governement, gover. replies,
and finally so called foreign passports of those
people who went abroad and returned to Lithuania. If a
family did not return their passports are missing. It
was not called "Visa" in old country, it was kind of
permission. If you ancestors lived in Oshmyany uezd,
Lida uyezd, Vilenskaya, Minsk and Kovno guberniyas
their files could be searcher in Vilnius archives. It
also importnat to know the exact year of departure,
the passports issued between 1914 and 1940 are in the
State archives also in Vilnius.
Those files in both archives are not indexed at all,
and the researcher should check each single paper in
order to find the right document. There are documents
of diplomats, aristocrats, foreign citizens and Jews
registered in different towns mixed together in one
file. Each year has 20-30 files.

Irene Kudish
researcher
Tel-Aviv, Israel
LIBKIND/LIPKIND, GLIKIN - Belarus, Lithuania


Viewmate: NYC 1903 newspaper #general

hekenvin@...
 

I posted something on jewishgen two days ago, but it has not yet appeared. I am
going out of town and I hope that it will be posted while I am away and that a
jewishgenner who is a newspaper maven can provide an answer to my query.

I received a copy of an obituary of Harris Cohen, a relative who died in Manhattan
on June 3, 1903. It includes a photograph of the deceased, which is unusual for
newspapers of those days. The copy is not very good and I would like a better one.

I have checked the NY Press, NY Herald, NY Sun, NY Daily Tribune, and NY Times,
all of which had obituaries for this fellow, who was a world-class character and
well-known in the NYC of his day -- but none of which is the one I have.

I am hoping a knowledgeable jewishgenner will recognize the graphic style of the
obituary posted on viewmate and be able to identify the New York City newspaper
that published this obituary in 1903.

With thanks,
Helene Kenvin

Researching: COHEN (19th century Gnesen, Prussia; NYC; Richmond, VA);
JACOBS (19th century NYC; Richmond, VA; Albany, NY);
ROTHOLZ (19th century Hamburg; NYC; Kansas City KS);
SCHWARTZ, WEISS, BALAJTI (Miskolc); WIESENTHAL (Skala Podolska);
COHEN, WAXMAN, EINBINDER (Kalarash).

MODERATOR NOTE: Normally we post messages about ViewMate images
only after they have appeared. In this case, because it may not be possible
for Helene Kenvin to submit a message while the image is up on the main
page, we are posting this message in advance of the ViewMate posting.
Check ViewMate at <http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/index.asp>
in the next few days and scroll down to find this image.


EIDB- Deciphering a Place- Zabno-Steven Morse #general

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Dear Genners,
Thanks to all those who respnded privately.Ms. Dena
Abrams managed to trace the entry of his wife Alte
Perlberg >from 1898. It is clearly written "Zabno".
What is very interesting that it could not been
located through Steve Morse's blue form but through
the white form.
We learn every day something new!!!!
Jacob Rosen
Jerusalem


Massachusetts pending legislation effecting access to vital records #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners,

I am writing to you as the chairperson of the IAJGS Public Records Access
and Monitoring Committee to inform you about pending legislation that you
may find of interest as they effect access to birth, marriage and death
records that you may wish to obtain for your research. Three bills in
Massachusetts, if passed, would adversely effect access to vital records.
They are H 3642, H 3643, and H 3644. There is also a bill, H-3448,
sponsored by the Massachusetts Genealogical Council (MGC) and the New
England Historical and Genealogical Society (NEHGS).

All four bills are being heard in the Committee on Public Health on October
19th at 10:00 AM in Room A1
http://www.mass.gov/legis/comm/j16.htm.

Read below for information on each of the bills, If you have questions
about the hearings or the bills, you can contact your legislator.
For a list of representatives (and senators) by town go to:
http://www.mass.gov/legis/citytown.htm

To find your ward and precinct, fill in your address at:
http://www.wheredoivotema.com/bal/myelectioninfo.php

If you have any questions, please contact me at jan@IAJGS.org

Thank you

Jan Meisels Allen
IAJGS PRAMC Chairperson

Background

1. Three bills -- H-3642, H-3643, and H-3644 sponsored by Thomas
O'Brien -- impose restricted access to the records, only allowing
public access to birth records before 1910 or marriage and death records
before 1950. These bills have little to no support in the genealogical
community.

The full text of the H-3642 bill that imposes the restrictions on the
electronic database and index access, as well as issuance of
certified copies (those restrictions are detailed in the H-3643 bill
amendments to Chapter 46, Sections 2a and 13) may be found online:
H-3642: An Act to Establish an Electronic System of Vital Records.
http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht03/ht03642.htm

The full text of the H-3643 bill that closes the post-1910 birth and
post-1950 marriage and death records (and the indices) to public access
may be found online:
H-3643: An Act Establishing Standards for Vital Records.
http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht03/ht03643.htm

The full text of the H-3644 bill that explains fees, funding and regulation
extensions to the prior two bills (and refers to a
non-existent "Massachusetts Genealogical Society" instead of the
Massachusetts Genealogical Council) can be found online:
H-3644: An Act to Fund a System of Electronic Vital Records.
http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht03/ht03644.htm

The full text of the existing law in Chapter 46 can be found online:
http://www.mass.gov/legis/laws/mgl/gl-46-toc.htm

2. Background on H-3448:

Access to records is of extreme importance to genealogists. MGC and the New
England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) are sponsoring House Bill
H-3448 sponsored by Stephen LeDuc, "An Act Relative to Birth, Marriage, and
Death Records"
The full text of the MGC sponsored bill that supports continued public
access to indices and vital records with "special certified" copies for
genealogists (not legal identification purposes) may be found online:
H-3448: An Act relative to Birth, Marriage, and Death Records
http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht03/ht03448.htm

This bill provides for birth records up to 1925 and marriage and death
records through 1960 to be transferred to the Massachusetts Archives within
three years of January 1, 2007, with additional transfers occurring every
five years thereafter (currently the archives has records through 1915). All
records and indexes would remain open to public examination through the
present time. It also provides for a "special certified copy" of records for
research information, as opposed to legal purposes.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate: NYC 1903 newspaper #general

hekenvin@...
 

I posted something on jewishgen two days ago, but it has not yet appeared. I am
going out of town and I hope that it will be posted while I am away and that a
jewishgenner who is a newspaper maven can provide an answer to my query.

I received a copy of an obituary of Harris Cohen, a relative who died in Manhattan
on June 3, 1903. It includes a photograph of the deceased, which is unusual for
newspapers of those days. The copy is not very good and I would like a better one.

I have checked the NY Press, NY Herald, NY Sun, NY Daily Tribune, and NY Times,
all of which had obituaries for this fellow, who was a world-class character and
well-known in the NYC of his day -- but none of which is the one I have.

I am hoping a knowledgeable jewishgenner will recognize the graphic style of the
obituary posted on viewmate and be able to identify the New York City newspaper
that published this obituary in 1903.

With thanks,
Helene Kenvin

Researching: COHEN (19th century Gnesen, Prussia; NYC; Richmond, VA);
JACOBS (19th century NYC; Richmond, VA; Albany, NY);
ROTHOLZ (19th century Hamburg; NYC; Kansas City KS);
SCHWARTZ, WEISS, BALAJTI (Miskolc); WIESENTHAL (Skala Podolska);
COHEN, WAXMAN, EINBINDER (Kalarash).

MODERATOR NOTE: Normally we post messages about ViewMate images
only after they have appeared. In this case, because it may not be possible
for Helene Kenvin to submit a message while the image is up on the main
page, we are posting this message in advance of the ViewMate posting.
Check ViewMate at <http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/index.asp>
in the next few days and scroll down to find this image.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen EIDB- Deciphering a Place- Zabno-Steven Morse #general

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Dear Genners,
Thanks to all those who respnded privately.Ms. Dena
Abrams managed to trace the entry of his wife Alte
Perlberg >from 1898. It is clearly written "Zabno".
What is very interesting that it could not been
located through Steve Morse's blue form but through
the white form.
We learn every day something new!!!!
Jacob Rosen
Jerusalem


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Massachusetts pending legislation effecting access to vital records #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners,

I am writing to you as the chairperson of the IAJGS Public Records Access
and Monitoring Committee to inform you about pending legislation that you
may find of interest as they effect access to birth, marriage and death
records that you may wish to obtain for your research. Three bills in
Massachusetts, if passed, would adversely effect access to vital records.
They are H 3642, H 3643, and H 3644. There is also a bill, H-3448,
sponsored by the Massachusetts Genealogical Council (MGC) and the New
England Historical and Genealogical Society (NEHGS).

All four bills are being heard in the Committee on Public Health on October
19th at 10:00 AM in Room A1
http://www.mass.gov/legis/comm/j16.htm.

Read below for information on each of the bills, If you have questions
about the hearings or the bills, you can contact your legislator.
For a list of representatives (and senators) by town go to:
http://www.mass.gov/legis/citytown.htm

To find your ward and precinct, fill in your address at:
http://www.wheredoivotema.com/bal/myelectioninfo.php

If you have any questions, please contact me at jan@IAJGS.org

Thank you

Jan Meisels Allen
IAJGS PRAMC Chairperson

Background

1. Three bills -- H-3642, H-3643, and H-3644 sponsored by Thomas
O'Brien -- impose restricted access to the records, only allowing
public access to birth records before 1910 or marriage and death records
before 1950. These bills have little to no support in the genealogical
community.

The full text of the H-3642 bill that imposes the restrictions on the
electronic database and index access, as well as issuance of
certified copies (those restrictions are detailed in the H-3643 bill
amendments to Chapter 46, Sections 2a and 13) may be found online:
H-3642: An Act to Establish an Electronic System of Vital Records.
http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht03/ht03642.htm

The full text of the H-3643 bill that closes the post-1910 birth and
post-1950 marriage and death records (and the indices) to public access
may be found online:
H-3643: An Act Establishing Standards for Vital Records.
http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht03/ht03643.htm

The full text of the H-3644 bill that explains fees, funding and regulation
extensions to the prior two bills (and refers to a
non-existent "Massachusetts Genealogical Society" instead of the
Massachusetts Genealogical Council) can be found online:
H-3644: An Act to Fund a System of Electronic Vital Records.
http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht03/ht03644.htm

The full text of the existing law in Chapter 46 can be found online:
http://www.mass.gov/legis/laws/mgl/gl-46-toc.htm

2. Background on H-3448:

Access to records is of extreme importance to genealogists. MGC and the New
England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) are sponsoring House Bill
H-3448 sponsored by Stephen LeDuc, "An Act Relative to Birth, Marriage, and
Death Records"
The full text of the MGC sponsored bill that supports continued public
access to indices and vital records with "special certified" copies for
genealogists (not legal identification purposes) may be found online:
H-3448: An Act relative to Birth, Marriage, and Death Records
http://www.mass.gov/legis/bills/house/ht03/ht03448.htm

This bill provides for birth records up to 1925 and marriage and death
records through 1960 to be transferred to the Massachusetts Archives within
three years of January 1, 2007, with additional transfers occurring every
five years thereafter (currently the archives has records through 1915). All
records and indexes would remain open to public examination through the
present time. It also provides for a "special certified copy" of records for
research information, as opposed to legal purposes.


Connections -Schelly article in Ynetnews 10.12 #general

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

The first of the Connections columns is up at ynetnews now. This regular
feature by Schelly Talalay Dardashti, will highlight new publications,
resources and upcoming events in the international world of Jewish
genealogy. This one highlights the Israel Genealogical Society's One-Day
Seminar, Jewish Genealogy Societies in Israel, a Lithuanian resource
guide, a San Francisco Bay area resource guide, the Tykocin (Poland)
Jewish Museum, and NY 2006.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3154008,00.html
Or, on the home page, click on Culture, and look for It's All Relative:
Connections.
--
Bernard Kouchel
koosh@att.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Connections -Schelly article in Ynetnews 10.12 #general

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

The first of the Connections columns is up at ynetnews now. This regular
feature by Schelly Talalay Dardashti, will highlight new publications,
resources and upcoming events in the international world of Jewish
genealogy. This one highlights the Israel Genealogical Society's One-Day
Seminar, Jewish Genealogy Societies in Israel, a Lithuanian resource
guide, a San Francisco Bay area resource guide, the Tykocin (Poland)
Jewish Museum, and NY 2006.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3154008,00.html
Or, on the home page, click on Culture, and look for It's All Relative:
Connections.
--
Bernard Kouchel
koosh@att.net


JGSPBCI Florida Meeting,Sunday morning, October 23 #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Reminder:
Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Beach County Inc.
Celebrating our Fifteenth Anniversary Year

Sunday, October 23, 2005 Breakfast Meeting
(Note special time, place, and date!)
Join us for networking, coffee and...:
9:00 AM, Beifield Auditorium in the Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center for
Jewish Life Enhancement, Levis Jewish Community Center campus, Boca Raton,
Florida. No charge for members, guest fee $5.00.

9:00 AM-10:00 AM: Coffee and .... Brick Wall Session.
10:00 AM: Program - Guest Speaker: Ron Arons
"How To Find Anyone or Anything on the Internet (almost)!"
.
A dynamic speaker, Ron Arons was a favorite at the recent Las Vegas
conference. He will review the many vast resources of the Internet, and
will show how they can be used in a variety of ways. According to Ron, one
only needs a bit of creativity to find the treasures, which will help with
the family research process. He will provide many examples to show how
anyone's family research process can be enhanced.
A seasoned genealogist, Ron Arons has traced his roots to England, Poland,
Romania, the Ukraine, Belarus, and Lithuania. A member of the board of the
San Francisco Jewish Genealogical Society, he has given presentations
locally and abroad, including the three past IAJGS annual conferences in
London, Toronto, and Las Vegas.

Directions to Beifield Auditorium

The Levis JCC is located on 95th Ave. S. and Glades Road, between Lyons Road
and U.S. 441 (S.R.7). The area is accessible using either the Florida
Turnpike or Interstate 95.

from I-95 or Florida Turnpike: exit at Glades Road West. Turn left at 95th
Avenue South traffic light. At the guard gate indicate that you are visiting
the Sandler Center. Go left around the traffic circle. The Sandler Center is
the third building on the right.

from U.S. 441, turn East on Glades Road to second traffic light. Turn right
into 95th Avenue South. Follow directions above to guard gate.

Make sure to check our Web site for complete information on all our meetings
and events for the 2005-06 season.
www.jgspalmbeachcounty.org

15th Anniversary Luncheon
Sunday January 29, 2006 11:00 AM
Guest Speaker: Steve Morse

15th Annual JGSPBCI Workshop/Mini-Conference
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Levis Jewish Community Center Campus, Boca Raton, Florida.

The revised and updated 191 page 6th Edition 2005 Beginners and
Intermediates Genealogical Workbook is available to those interested in the
latest resources for genealogical research. Table of Contents lists 36
research/resource/repository topics.
Contact Editor Sylvia Furshman Nusinov curiousyl@bellsouth.net for further
information.
Dennis Rice, President - drtigers@aol.com
Jacqueline Fineblit, e-mail coordinator - jsfine@adelphia.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGSPBCI Florida Meeting,Sunday morning, October 23 #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Reminder:
Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Beach County Inc.
Celebrating our Fifteenth Anniversary Year

Sunday, October 23, 2005 Breakfast Meeting
(Note special time, place, and date!)
Join us for networking, coffee and...:
9:00 AM, Beifield Auditorium in the Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center for
Jewish Life Enhancement, Levis Jewish Community Center campus, Boca Raton,
Florida. No charge for members, guest fee $5.00.

9:00 AM-10:00 AM: Coffee and .... Brick Wall Session.
10:00 AM: Program - Guest Speaker: Ron Arons
"How To Find Anyone or Anything on the Internet (almost)!"
.
A dynamic speaker, Ron Arons was a favorite at the recent Las Vegas
conference. He will review the many vast resources of the Internet, and
will show how they can be used in a variety of ways. According to Ron, one
only needs a bit of creativity to find the treasures, which will help with
the family research process. He will provide many examples to show how
anyone's family research process can be enhanced.
A seasoned genealogist, Ron Arons has traced his roots to England, Poland,
Romania, the Ukraine, Belarus, and Lithuania. A member of the board of the
San Francisco Jewish Genealogical Society, he has given presentations
locally and abroad, including the three past IAJGS annual conferences in
London, Toronto, and Las Vegas.

Directions to Beifield Auditorium

The Levis JCC is located on 95th Ave. S. and Glades Road, between Lyons Road
and U.S. 441 (S.R.7). The area is accessible using either the Florida
Turnpike or Interstate 95.

from I-95 or Florida Turnpike: exit at Glades Road West. Turn left at 95th
Avenue South traffic light. At the guard gate indicate that you are visiting
the Sandler Center. Go left around the traffic circle. The Sandler Center is
the third building on the right.

from U.S. 441, turn East on Glades Road to second traffic light. Turn right
into 95th Avenue South. Follow directions above to guard gate.

Make sure to check our Web site for complete information on all our meetings
and events for the 2005-06 season.
www.jgspalmbeachcounty.org

15th Anniversary Luncheon
Sunday January 29, 2006 11:00 AM
Guest Speaker: Steve Morse

15th Annual JGSPBCI Workshop/Mini-Conference
Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Levis Jewish Community Center Campus, Boca Raton, Florida.

The revised and updated 191 page 6th Edition 2005 Beginners and
Intermediates Genealogical Workbook is available to those interested in the
latest resources for genealogical research. Table of Contents lists 36
research/resource/repository topics.
Contact Editor Sylvia Furshman Nusinov curiousyl@bellsouth.net for further
information.
Dennis Rice, President - drtigers@aol.com
Jacqueline Fineblit, e-mail coordinator - jsfine@adelphia.net


JGS of Long Island Workshop #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island will be giving our Sixteenth
annual Family History Workshop, "Jewish Genealogy 101" on Sunday, November 6,
2005.

Time: 12:30PM - 5:00PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York

Jewish Genealogy 101 is both an overview for beginners and a review for
experienced family historians who want to brush up or expand their skills. Topics
covered include Census records, ships manifests, naturalizations, locating
ancestral towns and Holocaust research.

The Workshop fee includes next year's Society Dues and the Workshop manual.
Also included in the fee is a light brunch ( bagels and spreads) and coffee
and cake.

Space is limited. Early registration fee (by Oct 24) is $40. Late
Registration (after Oct 24) is $50. Additional family member fee is $15.

For more information please contact Cheryl Sofer, csofer@optonline.net

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Long Island Workshop #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island will be giving our Sixteenth
annual Family History Workshop, "Jewish Genealogy 101" on Sunday, November 6,
2005.

Time: 12:30PM - 5:00PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York

Jewish Genealogy 101 is both an overview for beginners and a review for
experienced family historians who want to brush up or expand their skills. Topics
covered include Census records, ships manifests, naturalizations, locating
ancestral towns and Holocaust research.

The Workshop fee includes next year's Society Dues and the Workshop manual.
Also included in the fee is a light brunch ( bagels and spreads) and coffee
and cake.

Space is limited. Early registration fee (by Oct 24) is $40. Late
Registration (after Oct 24) is $50. Additional family member fee is $15.

For more information please contact Cheryl Sofer, csofer@optonline.net

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President