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Researching GIVENTHAL,GIVENTAL #ukraine

Marla Cohen
 

I am not sure I am doing this right, but I am trying to find the
"jump-off" point for researching a family "name story". According
to "lore" our original family name was GIVENTHAL, changed to COHEN
in the US prior to the turn of the 20th Century. I cannot find that
name anywhere, except my listing in Jewish Gen.Family Finder. Did
anyone ever hear that name, or can suggest an origin . Could it be
a corruption of something else, a landmark or a town? Supposedly
the family came >from Odesa. (That is the town listed on the
naturalization papers.) But we all know it could be any where else.
I am almost giving up, as it seems my great-grandfather just appeared in
the US and was Naturilized. (I cannot follow the paper trace any further
back...)
Any help would be appreciated.

Marla Cohen
Researching Giventhal- Odesa
Kaplan- Poltava


Novograd-Volinsky Photographs #ukraine

AllanDolgow@...
 

Photographs of Novograd-Volinsky can be found at
https://picasaweb.google.com/117882214317912001319/NovogradVolinsky#

Allan Dolgow
West Sacramento, CA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Researching GIVENTHAL,GIVENTAL #ukraine

Marla Cohen
 

I am not sure I am doing this right, but I am trying to find the
"jump-off" point for researching a family "name story". According
to "lore" our original family name was GIVENTHAL, changed to COHEN
in the US prior to the turn of the 20th Century. I cannot find that
name anywhere, except my listing in Jewish Gen.Family Finder. Did
anyone ever hear that name, or can suggest an origin . Could it be
a corruption of something else, a landmark or a town? Supposedly
the family came >from Odesa. (That is the town listed on the
naturalization papers.) But we all know it could be any where else.
I am almost giving up, as it seems my great-grandfather just appeared in
the US and was Naturilized. (I cannot follow the paper trace any further
back...)
Any help would be appreciated.

Marla Cohen
Researching Giventhal- Odesa
Kaplan- Poltava


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Novograd-Volinsky Photographs #ukraine

AllanDolgow@...
 

Photographs of Novograd-Volinsky can be found at
https://picasaweb.google.com/117882214317912001319/NovogradVolinsky#

Allan Dolgow
West Sacramento, CA


Ukraine SIG: New Wall of Honor for Volunteers #ukraine

rondoctor@...
 

Dear Ukraine SIG Friends,

I'm pleased to announce the new Ukraine SIG Volunteers: Wall of Honor.
It is at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/ukraine/DCA_WallOfHonor.asp

Please visit this page of our website. This is where we acknowledge all
those who have provided assistance to Ukraine SIG since we began the
revitalization process last July. Currently the Wall acknowledges help
from 46 of you. In addition, we now have 76 Town Leaders. A list of our
Town Leaders is on our Key People page.

http://www.jewishgen.org/ukraine/ABT_People.asp

Thanks to all of you. Without you we could not have completed this phase
of our revitalization.

Please let me know if I have inadvertently left out anyone.

Best to all,

Ron

--
Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com)
Coordinator, JewishGen Ukraine SIG
www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine
where Jewish genealogy is personal

Researching DOCTOR (DIOKHTER), VARER, AVERBAKH, KORENFELD ... all >from Kremenets, Oleksinets, Yampol, Vishnevets
and KAZDOY (KOSODOY), DUBINSKI, DUBOWSKY ... all >from Kiev, Uman, Odessa


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Ukraine SIG: New Wall of Honor for Volunteers #ukraine

rondoctor@...
 

Dear Ukraine SIG Friends,

I'm pleased to announce the new Ukraine SIG Volunteers: Wall of Honor.
It is at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/ukraine/DCA_WallOfHonor.asp

Please visit this page of our website. This is where we acknowledge all
those who have provided assistance to Ukraine SIG since we began the
revitalization process last July. Currently the Wall acknowledges help
from 46 of you. In addition, we now have 76 Town Leaders. A list of our
Town Leaders is on our Key People page.

http://www.jewishgen.org/ukraine/ABT_People.asp

Thanks to all of you. Without you we could not have completed this phase
of our revitalization.

Please let me know if I have inadvertently left out anyone.

Best to all,

Ron

--
Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com)
Coordinator, JewishGen Ukraine SIG
www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine
where Jewish genealogy is personal

Researching DOCTOR (DIOKHTER), VARER, AVERBAKH, KORENFELD ... all >from Kremenets, Oleksinets, Yampol, Vishnevets
and KAZDOY (KOSODOY), DUBINSKI, DUBOWSKY ... all >from Kiev, Uman, Odessa


familysearch.org #ukraine

srappoport@...
 

If you have not tried this site, I highly recommend it. Last week I
discovered that my grandparents had a daughter in 1923 who lived only
12 days. It was quite moving to learn that I had an aunt who was
never mentioned in our family. I have since sent for and received
her death certificate which listed my grandparents address at the time.
I recommend searching married and maiden names, and to be flexible
on spelling. The LDS volunteers have done a remarkable job digitizing
old records, but there are inaccuracies. These may be errors in the
original documents or data entry.
New records are being added regularly.

Kind regards,
Susan Rappoport
Fallbrook, CA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine familysearch.org #ukraine

srappoport@...
 

If you have not tried this site, I highly recommend it. Last week I
discovered that my grandparents had a daughter in 1923 who lived only
12 days. It was quite moving to learn that I had an aunt who was
never mentioned in our family. I have since sent for and received
her death certificate which listed my grandparents address at the time.
I recommend searching married and maiden names, and to be flexible
on spelling. The LDS volunteers have done a remarkable job digitizing
old records, but there are inaccuracies. These may be errors in the
original documents or data entry.
New records are being added regularly.

Kind regards,
Susan Rappoport
Fallbrook, CA


Ukraine SIG: Praise for the SIG and its new website #ukraine

rondoctor@...
 

Dear Ukraine SIG Friends,

As you know we took our new website "live" on Tuesday, 21 February.
Since then we have been deluged with e-mail messages. If you haven't yet
received a response to your message, please have patience. We will reply
each one. It is always nice to receive compliments >from your peers for
your work. It is especially heartening when long-time leaders of the
Jewish genealogy community praise what you are doing. I want to share
with you the praise that Gary Mokotoff, Avotaynu's publisher, wrote.

Right after the website became publicly available, Gary wrote,

"I just want to tell you that you are doing a magnificent job with
Ukraine SIG. I have no Ukrainian ancestry, but subscribe to the
Ukraine SIG Discussion Group to glean nes for "Nu, What's New?" It
is like a rebirth of the Ukraine SIG."

And, in the 26 February issue of "Nu, What's New", Avotaynu's e-zine
(http://www.avotaynu.com/nuwhatsnew.htm), Gary wrote a long article
about our website and SIG.

Ukraine SIG Website Has a New Look
---------------------------------------
The JewishGen’s Ukraine Special Interest Group website has a new
look courtesy of the SIG’s webmaster Ariel Parkansky. It is located
at http://www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine/. The new look is oriented
toward town and district pages—more than 800 of them. Each town page
serves as a portal to all the information known about the town, both
on JewishGen and other websites.

The province/district/town pages have some excellent use of
graphics. If you know roughly where a town is located, you can drill
down to the town page >from the SIG’s home page by merely clicking on
the province (Russian Empire guberniya) where the town is located.
This brings you to the province page which displays a map and the
district names within the province. If there is material available
at the provincial level, it is shown in the “Articles” and “Related
Links” section. Clicking on a district name or its reference on the
provincial map brings you to the district page. If there is material
available at the district level, it is shown in the “Articles” and
“Related Links” section. On the page, there is a map, courtesy of
Google, where each town is identified symbolically with a house.
There is a list of the towns in the district with codes after each
name to indicate whether the town has a Town Leader, Kehilalink,
Projects and/or Documents. Finally, clicking on a town name brings
you to the page which provides all known information about the town.
It includes a satellite photo of the town, a list of all names since
it was part of the Russian Empire, its geographic coordinates and a
description of the Town Leader, Kehilalink, Projects and/or
Documents where appropriate.

The whole design is clearly well thought out and the content will
grow as Ukraine SIG members add information to the site.
Congratulations to all who made it happen.

I hope you don't mind that we are posting this, but I am so proud of the
accomplishments of our Web Team and our SIG volunteers that I wanted to
share this with all of you.

Thank you all for your efforts in helping to revitalize Ukraine SIG.

Ron

--
Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com)
Coordinator, JewishGen Ukraine SIG
www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine
where Jewish genealogy is personal

Researching DOCTOR (DIOKHTER), VARER, AVERBAKH, KORENFELD ... all >from
Kremenets, Oleksinets, Yampol, Vishnevets
and KAZDOY (KOSODOY), DUBINSKI, DUBOWSKY ... all >from Kiev, Uman, Odessa


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Ukraine SIG: Praise for the SIG and its new website #ukraine

rondoctor@...
 

Dear Ukraine SIG Friends,

As you know we took our new website "live" on Tuesday, 21 February.
Since then we have been deluged with e-mail messages. If you haven't yet
received a response to your message, please have patience. We will reply
each one. It is always nice to receive compliments >from your peers for
your work. It is especially heartening when long-time leaders of the
Jewish genealogy community praise what you are doing. I want to share
with you the praise that Gary Mokotoff, Avotaynu's publisher, wrote.

Right after the website became publicly available, Gary wrote,

"I just want to tell you that you are doing a magnificent job with
Ukraine SIG. I have no Ukrainian ancestry, but subscribe to the
Ukraine SIG Discussion Group to glean nes for "Nu, What's New?" It
is like a rebirth of the Ukraine SIG."

And, in the 26 February issue of "Nu, What's New", Avotaynu's e-zine
(http://www.avotaynu.com/nuwhatsnew.htm), Gary wrote a long article
about our website and SIG.

Ukraine SIG Website Has a New Look
---------------------------------------
The JewishGen’s Ukraine Special Interest Group website has a new
look courtesy of the SIG’s webmaster Ariel Parkansky. It is located
at http://www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine/. The new look is oriented
toward town and district pages—more than 800 of them. Each town page
serves as a portal to all the information known about the town, both
on JewishGen and other websites.

The province/district/town pages have some excellent use of
graphics. If you know roughly where a town is located, you can drill
down to the town page >from the SIG’s home page by merely clicking on
the province (Russian Empire guberniya) where the town is located.
This brings you to the province page which displays a map and the
district names within the province. If there is material available
at the provincial level, it is shown in the “Articles” and “Related
Links” section. Clicking on a district name or its reference on the
provincial map brings you to the district page. If there is material
available at the district level, it is shown in the “Articles” and
“Related Links” section. On the page, there is a map, courtesy of
Google, where each town is identified symbolically with a house.
There is a list of the towns in the district with codes after each
name to indicate whether the town has a Town Leader, Kehilalink,
Projects and/or Documents. Finally, clicking on a town name brings
you to the page which provides all known information about the town.
It includes a satellite photo of the town, a list of all names since
it was part of the Russian Empire, its geographic coordinates and a
description of the Town Leader, Kehilalink, Projects and/or
Documents where appropriate.

The whole design is clearly well thought out and the content will
grow as Ukraine SIG members add information to the site.
Congratulations to all who made it happen.

I hope you don't mind that we are posting this, but I am so proud of the
accomplishments of our Web Team and our SIG volunteers that I wanted to
share this with all of you.

Thank you all for your efforts in helping to revitalize Ukraine SIG.

Ron

--
Ron Doctor (rddpdx@gmail.com)
Coordinator, JewishGen Ukraine SIG
www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine
where Jewish genealogy is personal

Researching DOCTOR (DIOKHTER), VARER, AVERBAKH, KORENFELD ... all >from
Kremenets, Oleksinets, Yampol, Vishnevets
and KAZDOY (KOSODOY), DUBINSKI, DUBOWSKY ... all >from Kiev, Uman, Odessa


Re: Napandeni #bessarabia

Lily Kohn
 

Hello,

Well I have been thrown into a tailspin re the post about Napadeni having a population
of almost 500 in 1907-1908. I checked the Duma Voter List and even more amazing than the
population was that there were no NAPADENSKYS there. Napadeni is located between Kishinev
and Beltsi, which is where our shtetl was located but now I know it cannot be the same place.
Our shtetl must have been near there.

On a Revision list I found for ca. 1850 were were in Teleneshty, Orgeev, Bessarabia; I found a
transcription of my grand uncle's birth in Beltsy in 1898. My great-grandparents were married
in Telenest. They emigrated to the U.S. in 1912. My search eras are >from what I mentioned
above (what I've seen on a Revision List and birth record) and earlier. I am also interested to see
if there are ancestors who didn't emigrate and survived the war and where they may be now.

Thank you everyone!

Lily Kohn
Seattle
MODERATOR NOTE - please reply privately to sender


Briceni (Brichany, Britshan) - town in Bessarabia, now in Moldova #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Brichaners,

The reason I wanted to contacts Brichany leaders/researchers is to notify of
a number of initiatives and hope that people will volunteer for different
projects.

Here is list of projects:
1) Brichany Yizkor Book, Tel Aviv, 1964, Project Leader/coordinator Carla
Brauer-Lalezari. There are going to be donations collecting soon for at
least part of the book, and also volunteers are welcome to translate some
chapters;

2) Another book: Britchaner Bessarabier Relief Association, Jubilee
Journal, 1940, Yiddish, 54 pages, with many photographs, adds. I propose
to put the whole book at the website (KehilaLinks Brichany website), without
translation, or only partly translated. For that we can use the design done
by Helene Kenvin and implemented for the similar book at Kalarash
KehilaLinks website:
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/calarasi/Journal-A.html. Helene Kenvin
generously offered her design for other projects to use.

3) There is a list of people buried at Brichany cemetery >from 1940-1990, 296
records. It is waiting to be translated >from Russian, and added to JOWBR
database (see at the Cemetery section at the website), volunteers are
welcome;

4) 3,500 Revision List records for Brichany 1859 are about to be completed
and in this spring to be uploaded to the JewishGen database;

5) You probably saw the Brichany portion of the Bessarabia Business
directory now available at Bessarabia SIG website and soon be searchable at
JewishGen database;

6) There is a great book-memoirs 'The Driven', written by Edward Robbins.
It is about life of Edward Robbins as a child - Imic Raboi in the 30s and
40s in Briceni, Bessarabia and the family's experience during the Holocaust.
It is available at Family Memoirs, Stories section of the Bessarabia SIG
website;

7) Another memoirs soon be uploaded to the site about Family Krupnick or
Crupnic, and a photo taken in Brichany, prior to 1921.

Please contact me if you are interested participating in some of the
projects, or you have any questions about them.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania.


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia re: Napandeni #bessarabia

Lily Kohn
 

Hello,

Well I have been thrown into a tailspin re the post about Napadeni having a population
of almost 500 in 1907-1908. I checked the Duma Voter List and even more amazing than the
population was that there were no NAPADENSKYS there. Napadeni is located between Kishinev
and Beltsi, which is where our shtetl was located but now I know it cannot be the same place.
Our shtetl must have been near there.

On a Revision list I found for ca. 1850 were were in Teleneshty, Orgeev, Bessarabia; I found a
transcription of my grand uncle's birth in Beltsy in 1898. My great-grandparents were married
in Telenest. They emigrated to the U.S. in 1912. My search eras are >from what I mentioned
above (what I've seen on a Revision List and birth record) and earlier. I am also interested to see
if there are ancestors who didn't emigrate and survived the war and where they may be now.

Thank you everyone!

Lily Kohn
Seattle
MODERATOR NOTE - please reply privately to sender


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Briceni (Brichany, Britshan) - town in Bessarabia, now in Moldova #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Brichaners,

The reason I wanted to contacts Brichany leaders/researchers is to notify of
a number of initiatives and hope that people will volunteer for different
projects.

Here is list of projects:
1) Brichany Yizkor Book, Tel Aviv, 1964, Project Leader/coordinator Carla
Brauer-Lalezari. There are going to be donations collecting soon for at
least part of the book, and also volunteers are welcome to translate some
chapters;

2) Another book: Britchaner Bessarabier Relief Association, Jubilee
Journal, 1940, Yiddish, 54 pages, with many photographs, adds. I propose
to put the whole book at the website (KehilaLinks Brichany website), without
translation, or only partly translated. For that we can use the design done
by Helene Kenvin and implemented for the similar book at Kalarash
KehilaLinks website:
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/calarasi/Journal-A.html. Helene Kenvin
generously offered her design for other projects to use.

3) There is a list of people buried at Brichany cemetery >from 1940-1990, 296
records. It is waiting to be translated >from Russian, and added to JOWBR
database (see at the Cemetery section at the website), volunteers are
welcome;

4) 3,500 Revision List records for Brichany 1859 are about to be completed
and in this spring to be uploaded to the JewishGen database;

5) You probably saw the Brichany portion of the Bessarabia Business
directory now available at Bessarabia SIG website and soon be searchable at
JewishGen database;

6) There is a great book-memoirs 'The Driven', written by Edward Robbins.
It is about life of Edward Robbins as a child - Imic Raboi in the 30s and
40s in Briceni, Bessarabia and the family's experience during the Holocaust.
It is available at Family Memoirs, Stories section of the Bessarabia SIG
website;

7) Another memoirs soon be uploaded to the site about Family Krupnick or
Crupnic, and a photo taken in Brichany, prior to 1921.

Please contact me if you are interested participating in some of the
projects, or you have any questions about them.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania.


blog entry on DNA testing #dna

Israel P
 

My blog this week is on DNA-testing for genealogy.

Israel Pickholtz
Jerusalem
http://allmyforeparents.blogspot.com


DNA Research #DNA blog entry on DNA testing #dna

Israel P
 

My blog this week is on DNA-testing for genealogy.

Israel Pickholtz
Jerusalem
http://allmyforeparents.blogspot.com


VM Polish Translation Needed #poland #warsaw

Connie Fisher Newhan
 

Dear All,


I've posted document in Polish for which I need a translation. The
document concerns my grandfather Herman FISZER.

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21709

Any help would be most appreciated.
Thank you very much.


Best Regards,
Connie Fisher Newhan (#1272)
California, USA
FISHER/FISCHER/FISZER, FISZEL (Warszawa& Bedzin, Poland),S(Z)PRINGER,
KOKOTEK, HERSZLIKOWICZ, HAMBURGER (Bedzin, Lagiza, Zarki, Poland), GERSTEN
(Obertyn, Galacia) BARSKA/BARSKY/BARSKIY(Odessa), GOLDBERG (Sokolka?), FELDMAN
(Veliuona,Kaunas), CAHN (Koln), FRIEDSAM (Bodendorf, Coln? Germany,
Pittsburgh, PA), NEWHAN/NEUHAN/NEUHAHN (Hesse Cassel, Meimbressen, Germany,
Baltimore, MD), BOHORODCZANER (Potok Zloty, Ukraine), LEVINE, BLUM, ROTH,
ROCKOVITZ, ABRAMS, RABINOWITZ


IAJGS Awards 2012 #warsaw #poland

Michael Goldstein
 

The IAJGS (International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies)
recognizes individuals and organizations with four prestigious annual awards
for excellence in Jewish genealogy. It is now time to submit your
nominations for the 2012 awards to be announced at the IAJGS Conference in
Paris. Please consider what projects, people and processes have been
instrumental to your Jewish genealogy experience and make a nomination.

The four categories of awards are:
. IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award
. Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print or
Electronic Product . Outstanding Programming or Project that Advanced the
Objectives of Jewish Genealogy, and . Outstanding Publication by a Member
Organization of IAJGS.

Nominations are accepted only >from current IAJGS member organizations.
Therefore, you are encouraged to contact your local member society with
suggestions for nominees. Explanations of the awards and the criteria are
located at http://www.iajgs.org/awards/awards.html. You will also find a
listing of past recipients of the awards at the same above web address.

The nominations will be submitted online through a One-Step form located at:
http://stevemorse.org/awards/nominate.php

For nominations that require paper materials to be submitted please view the
instructions found on the One-Step form. If you require assistance in
using the One-Step form, please contact the Chair of the Awards committee,
Barbara Hershey, at Barbara.hershey@comcast.net.

The deadline for submission of award nominations is April 17, 2011.

Questions? Contact Barbara.hershey@comcast.net

We look forward to receiving your nominations and reading about the
wonderful work taking place in the genealogy community.

On behalf of the 2012 Awards Committee, Barbara Hershey, Chair; Evelyn
Steinberg - Toronto, ON, Canada
Carol Hoffman - Tel Aviv, Israel; Joel Spector - Cherry Hill, NJ, USA; Jay
Sage - Boston, MA, USA


Michael Goldstein
_________________
Michael Goldstein
president@iajgs.org
President IAJGS


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland VM Polish Translation Needed #poland #warsaw

Connie Fisher Newhan
 

Dear All,


I've posted document in Polish for which I need a translation. The
document concerns my grandfather Herman FISZER.

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=21709

Any help would be most appreciated.
Thank you very much.


Best Regards,
Connie Fisher Newhan (#1272)
California, USA
FISHER/FISCHER/FISZER, FISZEL (Warszawa& Bedzin, Poland),S(Z)PRINGER,
KOKOTEK, HERSZLIKOWICZ, HAMBURGER (Bedzin, Lagiza, Zarki, Poland), GERSTEN
(Obertyn, Galacia) BARSKA/BARSKY/BARSKIY(Odessa), GOLDBERG (Sokolka?), FELDMAN
(Veliuona,Kaunas), CAHN (Koln), FRIEDSAM (Bodendorf, Coln? Germany,
Pittsburgh, PA), NEWHAN/NEUHAN/NEUHAHN (Hesse Cassel, Meimbressen, Germany,
Baltimore, MD), BOHORODCZANER (Potok Zloty, Ukraine), LEVINE, BLUM, ROTH,
ROCKOVITZ, ABRAMS, RABINOWITZ


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland IAJGS Awards 2012 #warsaw #poland

Michael Goldstein
 

The IAJGS (International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies)
recognizes individuals and organizations with four prestigious annual awards
for excellence in Jewish genealogy. It is now time to submit your
nominations for the 2012 awards to be announced at the IAJGS Conference in
Paris. Please consider what projects, people and processes have been
instrumental to your Jewish genealogy experience and make a nomination.

The four categories of awards are:
. IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award
. Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print or
Electronic Product . Outstanding Programming or Project that Advanced the
Objectives of Jewish Genealogy, and . Outstanding Publication by a Member
Organization of IAJGS.

Nominations are accepted only >from current IAJGS member organizations.
Therefore, you are encouraged to contact your local member society with
suggestions for nominees. Explanations of the awards and the criteria are
located at http://www.iajgs.org/awards/awards.html. You will also find a
listing of past recipients of the awards at the same above web address.

The nominations will be submitted online through a One-Step form located at:
http://stevemorse.org/awards/nominate.php

For nominations that require paper materials to be submitted please view the
instructions found on the One-Step form. If you require assistance in
using the One-Step form, please contact the Chair of the Awards committee,
Barbara Hershey, at Barbara.hershey@comcast.net.

The deadline for submission of award nominations is April 17, 2011.

Questions? Contact Barbara.hershey@comcast.net

We look forward to receiving your nominations and reading about the
wonderful work taking place in the genealogy community.

On behalf of the 2012 Awards Committee, Barbara Hershey, Chair; Evelyn
Steinberg - Toronto, ON, Canada
Carol Hoffman - Tel Aviv, Israel; Joel Spector - Cherry Hill, NJ, USA; Jay
Sage - Boston, MA, USA


Michael Goldstein
_________________
Michael Goldstein
president@iajgs.org
President IAJGS

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