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Re: warszawa digest: November 22, 2013 #warsaw #poland

rosies@...
 

Hello David
I too have been researching ROSENBERG >from Warsaw. Judging >from the names,
our ancestors were not related, at least >from that generation, but I did
find many Rosenbergs in the Yad Vashem records. Perhaps you will find some
that ring a bell with you.
Good luck
Michael Rosenberg
Canberra AUSTRALIA

Searching ROSENBERG, GOLOMB >from Warsaw and Brest-Litovsk
And ROSENBERG, CHANI and CHALFIN >from Brest-Litivsk


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
r na [mailto:rnaddel.naddel@gmail.com] wrote:

I am looking for a family named ROSENBERG (a very common name
unfortunately) who lived in Warsaw around 1900.
in 1899 my great grandfather Menachem Moshe Meir ROSENBERG was born to
Yaakov Chanoch/ Heinach and Channa ROSENBERG in Warsaw, and he lived there
until he married in approx. 1917, his parents lived there longer, however i
don't know how long- presumably until they died.
Menachem Moshe Meir married in MOLAWA, Poland. Both his parents had died by
1922.
What records could i find about this family? is it possible to search the
burial records? what about street directories? census records?


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland RE: warszawa digest: November 22, 2013 #warsaw #poland

rosies@...
 

Hello David
I too have been researching ROSENBERG >from Warsaw. Judging >from the names,
our ancestors were not related, at least >from that generation, but I did
find many Rosenbergs in the Yad Vashem records. Perhaps you will find some
that ring a bell with you.
Good luck
Michael Rosenberg
Canberra AUSTRALIA

Searching ROSENBERG, GOLOMB >from Warsaw and Brest-Litovsk
And ROSENBERG, CHANI and CHALFIN >from Brest-Litivsk


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
r na [mailto:rnaddel.naddel@gmail.com] wrote:

I am looking for a family named ROSENBERG (a very common name
unfortunately) who lived in Warsaw around 1900.
in 1899 my great grandfather Menachem Moshe Meir ROSENBERG was born to
Yaakov Chanoch/ Heinach and Channa ROSENBERG in Warsaw, and he lived there
until he married in approx. 1917, his parents lived there longer, however i
don't know how long- presumably until they died.
Menachem Moshe Meir married in MOLAWA, Poland. Both his parents had died by
1922.
What records could i find about this family? is it possible to search the
burial records? what about street directories? census records?


Thanks re:Altona Records in Denmark #scandinavia

Alan Ehrlich
 

I would be very grateful if some of you, experienced with family research in
Denmark, could suggest where I might look to find Altona Jewish records from
ca 1720-1820.
---

Thank you all for your help and input. It was very useful, and I greatly
appreciate that you took the time out in order to help me!

Friendly regards,
Alan Ehrlich
Geneva, Switzerland


Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #scandinavia

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Thanks re:Altona Records in Denmark #scandinavia

Alan Ehrlich
 

I would be very grateful if some of you, experienced with family research in
Denmark, could suggest where I might look to find Altona Jewish records from
ca 1720-1820.
---

Thank you all for your help and input. It was very useful, and I greatly
appreciate that you took the time out in order to help me!

Friendly regards,
Alan Ehrlich
Geneva, Switzerland


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #scandinavia

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Re: Warszawa digest november 28 #warsaw #poland

r na
 

Thank you David for letting me know this - though many people have
suggested that Molawa might be Mlawa, i have not had any proof that
this might be so.

Thank you to everyone who has responded to my original email, i have
now found photos of the graves of my great grandparents and my great
great grandfather, as well as some possible matches in Warsaw
directories. I now have many clues to follow up!

_____

I am looking for a family named ROSENBERG (a very common name
unfortunately) who lived in Warsaw around 1900.
in 1899 my great grandfather Menachem Moshe Meir ROSENBERG was born to
Yaakov Chanoch/ Heinach and Channa ROSENBERG in Warsaw, and he lived there
until he married in approx. 1917, his parents lived there longer, however i
don't know how long- presumably until they died.
Menachem Moshe Meir married in MOLAWA, Poland. Both his parents had died by
1922.
What records could i find about this family? is it possible to search the
burial records? what about street directories? census records?

Evelyn Frybort (efrybort@optusnet.com.au) responded with another question:

Could MOLAWA, Poland actually be Mlawa?

David J Ellis (djemkitso@verizon.net) answered

Absolutely! My gg-gf lived in Mlawa and emigrated to New York in 1920. His
immigration manifest listed his town of origin as Molawa.


Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #yizkorbooks

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Re: Warszawa digest november 28 #warsaw #poland

r na
 

Thank you David for letting me know this - though many people have
suggested that Molawa might be Mlawa, i have not had any proof that
this might be so.

Thank you to everyone who has responded to my original email, i have
now found photos of the graves of my great grandparents and my great
great grandfather, as well as some possible matches in Warsaw
directories. I now have many clues to follow up!

_____

I am looking for a family named ROSENBERG (a very common name
unfortunately) who lived in Warsaw around 1900.
in 1899 my great grandfather Menachem Moshe Meir ROSENBERG was born to
Yaakov Chanoch/ Heinach and Channa ROSENBERG in Warsaw, and he lived there
until he married in approx. 1917, his parents lived there longer, however i
don't know how long- presumably until they died.
Menachem Moshe Meir married in MOLAWA, Poland. Both his parents had died by
1922.
What records could i find about this family? is it possible to search the
burial records? what about street directories? census records?

Evelyn Frybort (efrybort@optusnet.com.au) responded with another question:

Could MOLAWA, Poland actually be Mlawa?

David J Ellis (djemkitso@verizon.net) answered

Absolutely! My gg-gf lived in Mlawa and emigrated to New York in 1920. His
immigration manifest listed his town of origin as Molawa.


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #yizkorbooks

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #usa

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #latvia

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #sephardic

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Early American SIG #USA Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #usa

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Latvia SIG #Latvia Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #latvia

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #sephardic

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #dna

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Call for Papers - 34th IAJGS Conference, Salt Lake City, 7/27-8/1/2014 #germany #poland #danzig #gdansk

Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


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Hal Bookbinder
 

Greetings,

The 34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take
place in Salt Lake City >from July 27 through August 1, 2014, If you
would like to learn more about the conference, submit a presentation
or computer workshop proposal, sign up for the conference blog or
discussion forum, or make hotel reservations at our special conference
rate, please visit the conference website, www.iajgs2014.org.

While the program committee will consider all submissions, we have
identified some focus areas in which we are especially interested.
These include Genealogy and Jewish History related to World War I,
Jews of the Western United States, Technology in support of
genealogical research, Immigration and migration over the ages and
Ethical considerations in genealogy.

The conference will kick off one day shy of the 100th anniversary of
the start of World War I (Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on
July 28, 1914, one month after the assassination in Sarajevo of
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria). Many of us have ancestors who
served in the armies of the various nations engaged in this conflict.
The War and subsequent fighting for control of Eastern Europe
devastated much of Europe including the Jewish heartland in the Pale.
It stimulated a wave of Jewish migration and resulted in the Balfour
declaration, calling for "the establishment in Palestine of a national
home for the Jewish people". If you would like to submit a speaking
proposal related to the "War to End all Wars" please do so.

Whether you wish to be a speaker or not, we invite you to submit
family stories and pictures >from this era for sharing. You will be
able to do so once conference registration opens in one month. So,
start gathering your stories and pictures now.

Hope you have been having a terrific Thanksgiving and Chanukah. We
look forward to seeing you in Salt Lake City this summer for a world
class genealogical learning experience.

Hal Bookbinder, co-chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy

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