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JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #poland

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #poland

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #lodz #poland

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #lodz #poland

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Re: Burial In Lodz New Cemetery #lodz #poland

Diane Jacobs
 

Having trouble as some of the links on the Lodz New Cemetery page do not
work or cannot be displayed. Please advise correct links.

Would like to learn more about the New Lodz Cemetery as I am researching
Poznansky (became Posner in NY) and Braun >from Lodz
And I see an Israel Poznanaski founded the cemetery.

Thanks
Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ

-----Original Message-----
From: Lodz Area Research Group [mailto:lodz@lyris.jewishgen.org]
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 11:10 AM
To: Lodz Area Research Group
Subject: [lodz] Burial In Lodz New Cemetery

A relative of mine, Nuchem Juda Granat, is buried in Section GV of the Lodz
New Cemetery. He died on 19th July 1941, nearly 77 years ago. Is this
section part of the "Ghetto Field" mentioned in Roni Liebowitz's description
of the cemetery at
http://data.jewishgen.org/imagedata/jowbr/POL-03068/lodz.html ?

Jennifer Broughton

Researching: ROSENBERG: Sadowa/Kiev, Russia, JOSEPH/S: Zgierz/Notting Hill,
GRANAT/GRANARD: Tomaszow/Portsmouth, ROSENBLUM: Plock


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland RE: Burial In Lodz New Cemetery #lodz #poland

Diane Jacobs
 

Having trouble as some of the links on the Lodz New Cemetery page do not
work or cannot be displayed. Please advise correct links.

Would like to learn more about the New Lodz Cemetery as I am researching
Poznansky (became Posner in NY) and Braun >from Lodz
And I see an Israel Poznanaski founded the cemetery.

Thanks
Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ

-----Original Message-----
From: Lodz Area Research Group [mailto:lodz@lyris.jewishgen.org]
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 11:10 AM
To: Lodz Area Research Group
Subject: [lodz] Burial In Lodz New Cemetery

A relative of mine, Nuchem Juda Granat, is buried in Section GV of the Lodz
New Cemetery. He died on 19th July 1941, nearly 77 years ago. Is this
section part of the "Ghetto Field" mentioned in Roni Liebowitz's description
of the cemetery at
http://data.jewishgen.org/imagedata/jowbr/POL-03068/lodz.html ?

Jennifer Broughton

Researching: ROSENBERG: Sadowa/Kiev, Russia, JOSEPH/S: Zgierz/Notting Hill,
GRANAT/GRANARD: Tomaszow/Portsmouth, ROSENBLUM: Plock


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #lithuania

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Just a reminder that LitvakSIG is an
independent organization whose database and discussion
group are hosted by JewishGen. Each group has its own,
separate administrative and fundraising structure.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #lithuania

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Just a reminder that LitvakSIG is an
independent organization whose database and discussion
group are hosted by JewishGen. Each group has its own,
separate administrative and fundraising structure.


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #poland

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


JRI Poland #Poland JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #poland

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #germany

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden, Curriculum Moderator, JewishGen Education


German SIG #Germany JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #germany

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden, Curriculum Moderator, JewishGen Education


Using 19th century Vienna databases to identify Moritz STEINER #germany

David Dubin <davidmdubin@...>
 

Hi all,

An ancestor Moriz/Moritz STEINER reportedly lived in Vienna in 1861.
(His son's marriage record states that the groom's parents, Moriz &
Maria, were in Vienna at the time.) Using the Vienna cemetery
database, I found six people by that name whose dates fit.

How can I find the inscriptions on the stones? I would like to see the
Hebrew names and other pertinent information that may lead to my
identifying one of them as my ancestor.

Is there a register of deaths that might have spouses' names, parents'
names or other identifiers?

I am new to Vienna genealogy and any help would be appreciated.

Thank you, David Dubin, Teaneck, NJ davidmdubin@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Using 19th century Vienna databases to identify Moritz STEINER #germany

David Dubin <davidmdubin@...>
 

Hi all,

An ancestor Moriz/Moritz STEINER reportedly lived in Vienna in 1861.
(His son's marriage record states that the groom's parents, Moriz &
Maria, were in Vienna at the time.) Using the Vienna cemetery
database, I found six people by that name whose dates fit.

How can I find the inscriptions on the stones? I would like to see the
Hebrew names and other pertinent information that may lead to my
identifying one of them as my ancestor.

Is there a register of deaths that might have spouses' names, parents'
names or other identifiers?

I am new to Vienna genealogy and any help would be appreciated.

Thank you, David Dubin, Teaneck, NJ davidmdubin@gmail.com


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #yizkorbooks

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #yizkorbooks

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #scandinavia

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #sephardic

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #scandinavia

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #sephardic

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education

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