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Tomasz Jerzy Nowak email? #poland

Genealogy BLW
 

I cannot find the email for Tomasz Jerzy Nowak who is a member of
this email list.

May I find it on the JewishGen website?

Alternately, Tomasz, please send me an email.

Barbara Weintraub
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

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JRI Poland #Poland Tomasz Jerzy Nowak email? #poland

Genealogy BLW
 

I cannot find the email for Tomasz Jerzy Nowak who is a member of
this email list.

May I find it on the JewishGen website?

Alternately, Tomasz, please send me an email.

Barbara Weintraub
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

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Re: Jewish woman descended from a Polish queen #poland

antopolski <mantopolski1@...>
 

I agree with Nicole Haymans that in the most of cases the name by itself
does not indicate that the person is/was or is not a Jew.
Nadia Woolf wrote "and Estera DOBROCZYCKICH/POZANSKA. Estera is always (or
at least usually) considered Jewish - but what about
those two last names - would they be considered "Jewish?".

1. Most likely " Z Dobroczyskich" where "z" = >from and indicates maiden
name. For example Dr. Julian Dobroszycki ( note "s" not "c" ) was a Jew,
survived Lodz Ghetto and Auschwitz and became a historian of the Holocaust
2. POZANSKI I do not know but Izrael Poznanski, certainly a Jew, was one of
the creators of the textile empire in Lodz. You may Google his name to find
more.
Here you can see his "house" :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Izrael_Pozna%C5%84ski_Palace

BTW Jadwiga was officially the King of Poland because "queen" designated the
wife of a king and she was the King. Six hundred years after she died she
was elevated to sainthood - Vatican is very deliberate with such decisions.

Mike Antopolski
mantopolski1@gmail.com

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Subject: Re: Jewish woman descended >from a Polish queen?
From: Nicole Heymans <Nicole.Heymans@skynet.be>
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2015 11:32:48 +0200
X-Message-Number: 1

"Where and when" would help in interpreting the choice of given
name. Jadwiga is simply the Polish equivalent of the German given
name Hedwig, which was quite fashionable as >from the late 19th
century, also among Jews. I wouldn't jump to conclusions regarding
mixed parentage.

Nicole Heymans, near Brussels, Belgium


At 08:04 30/03/2015, Naidia Woolf wrote:
Subject: Jewish woman descended >from a Polish queen?

I just came across the record of a married woman whose given name
was originally Jadwiga. Was amazed to discover that Jadwiga was a
14th century Polish monarch!
.
.
.
I'm wondering whether Ita's mother was of mixed parentage. Otherwise
why would a (supposedly Jewish woman be named after a Polish (Christian)
queen?

Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.

Naidia Woolf
San Francisco, California
ruthnw@comcast.net

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Subject: Jewish woman descended >from a Polish queen?
From: Martin Davis <martindavis@hotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2015 10:57:40 +0100
X-Message-Number: 2

Naidia Woolf wrote: I just came across the record of a married woman whose
given name was originally Jadwiga. Was amazed to discover that Jadwiga was a
14th century Polish monarch!...Her name was Ita/Jadwiga FRUMER (with an
umlaut over the "U") (I'm assuming that FRUMER is a variant of FRYMER, her
husband's surname, even though it sounds Germanic.) Ita's parents were
Moszek Zysel (unmistakably Jewish!) and Estera DOBROCZYCKICH/POZANSKA.
Estera is always (or at least usually) considered Jewish - but what about
those two last names - would they be considered "Jewish?"

from research, it seems to have been fashionable in parts of my own
traditional Polish/Jewish family, for female children to be given 'public'
Polish first names. A classic in my records is Kunegunda (named after a
13th-century Catholic princess/saint, the daughter of Bela IV, King of
Hungary who married Boleslaus V of Poland).

The record reads "Cert 3/1828 - birth record of Kunegunda HUBERMAN. This
occurred in Szczercow on 30 January, year 1828 at 8 in the morning when the
Jews Mosiek Huberman, a baker, 45 years old, residing in Szczercow
personally came forward in presence of witnesses Herszlik CIENCHANOWSKI, a
merchant, 48 years old and Dawid LADA, a worker, 42 years old, both residing
in Szczercow and presented us a female baby and declared it was born in
Szczercow on 29th January current year at 7 p.m. >from his lawful wife
Salomea, 35 years old. That baby was named Kunegunda. That certificate was
read to the father and the witnesses and signed by Herszlik CIENCHANOWSKI
and Dawid LADA".

By the way, my ancestor Salomea (not an obviously popular choice for a
Jewish female name) seems to have become Chana in later life!!

Martin Davis
London (UK)


JRI Poland #Poland RE: Jewish woman descended from a Polish queen #poland

antopolski <mantopolski1@...>
 

I agree with Nicole Haymans that in the most of cases the name by itself
does not indicate that the person is/was or is not a Jew.
Nadia Woolf wrote "and Estera DOBROCZYCKICH/POZANSKA. Estera is always (or
at least usually) considered Jewish - but what about
those two last names - would they be considered "Jewish?".

1. Most likely " Z Dobroczyskich" where "z" = >from and indicates maiden
name. For example Dr. Julian Dobroszycki ( note "s" not "c" ) was a Jew,
survived Lodz Ghetto and Auschwitz and became a historian of the Holocaust
2. POZANSKI I do not know but Izrael Poznanski, certainly a Jew, was one of
the creators of the textile empire in Lodz. You may Google his name to find
more.
Here you can see his "house" :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Izrael_Pozna%C5%84ski_Palace

BTW Jadwiga was officially the King of Poland because "queen" designated the
wife of a king and she was the King. Six hundred years after she died she
was elevated to sainthood - Vatican is very deliberate with such decisions.

Mike Antopolski
mantopolski1@gmail.com

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Subject: Re: Jewish woman descended >from a Polish queen?
From: Nicole Heymans <Nicole.Heymans@skynet.be>
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2015 11:32:48 +0200
X-Message-Number: 1

"Where and when" would help in interpreting the choice of given
name. Jadwiga is simply the Polish equivalent of the German given
name Hedwig, which was quite fashionable as >from the late 19th
century, also among Jews. I wouldn't jump to conclusions regarding
mixed parentage.

Nicole Heymans, near Brussels, Belgium


At 08:04 30/03/2015, Naidia Woolf wrote:
Subject: Jewish woman descended >from a Polish queen?

I just came across the record of a married woman whose given name
was originally Jadwiga. Was amazed to discover that Jadwiga was a
14th century Polish monarch!
.
.
.
I'm wondering whether Ita's mother was of mixed parentage. Otherwise
why would a (supposedly Jewish woman be named after a Polish (Christian)
queen?

Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.

Naidia Woolf
San Francisco, California
ruthnw@comcast.net

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Jewish woman descended >from a Polish queen?
From: Martin Davis <martindavis@hotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2015 10:57:40 +0100
X-Message-Number: 2

Naidia Woolf wrote: I just came across the record of a married woman whose
given name was originally Jadwiga. Was amazed to discover that Jadwiga was a
14th century Polish monarch!...Her name was Ita/Jadwiga FRUMER (with an
umlaut over the "U") (I'm assuming that FRUMER is a variant of FRYMER, her
husband's surname, even though it sounds Germanic.) Ita's parents were
Moszek Zysel (unmistakably Jewish!) and Estera DOBROCZYCKICH/POZANSKA.
Estera is always (or at least usually) considered Jewish - but what about
those two last names - would they be considered "Jewish?"

from research, it seems to have been fashionable in parts of my own
traditional Polish/Jewish family, for female children to be given 'public'
Polish first names. A classic in my records is Kunegunda (named after a
13th-century Catholic princess/saint, the daughter of Bela IV, King of
Hungary who married Boleslaus V of Poland).

The record reads "Cert 3/1828 - birth record of Kunegunda HUBERMAN. This
occurred in Szczercow on 30 January, year 1828 at 8 in the morning when the
Jews Mosiek Huberman, a baker, 45 years old, residing in Szczercow
personally came forward in presence of witnesses Herszlik CIENCHANOWSKI, a
merchant, 48 years old and Dawid LADA, a worker, 42 years old, both residing
in Szczercow and presented us a female baby and declared it was born in
Szczercow on 29th January current year at 7 p.m. >from his lawful wife
Salomea, 35 years old. That baby was named Kunegunda. That certificate was
read to the father and the witnesses and signed by Herszlik CIENCHANOWSKI
and Dawid LADA".

By the way, my ancestor Salomea (not an obviously popular choice for a
Jewish female name) seems to have become Chana in later life!!

Martin Davis
London (UK)


Re: Jewish woman descended from a Polish queen? #poland

lehrer
 

Hello,

There is a legend about a Jewish Queen Esther (Esterka), a tailor's
daughter of Opoczn married to Casimir III. the great.

See http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/4098-casimir-iii-the-great.

Gershon Lehrer
gershon.lehrer@gmail.com
www.gershon-lehrer.be
Antwerp, Belgium

Searching: DORF, ETSIONI, FISZLOWICZ, GERSTNER, GOLDSTEEN, HART, KALLECH,
LEHRER, PA(C)KTER, PAKTOR, S(Y)(I)LBERBERG, SAIL, SANDERS, SCENIZER,
SCHEEN, SJENITZER,SCH(O)NITZER, STORK, TIMBERG, VAN STRATEN


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Jewish woman descended from a Polish queen? #poland

lehrer
 

Hello,

There is a legend about a Jewish Queen Esther (Esterka), a tailor's
daughter of Opoczn married to Casimir III. the great.

See http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/4098-casimir-iii-the-great.

Gershon Lehrer
gershon.lehrer@gmail.com
www.gershon-lehrer.be
Antwerp, Belgium

Searching: DORF, ETSIONI, FISZLOWICZ, GERSTNER, GOLDSTEEN, HART, KALLECH,
LEHRER, PA(C)KTER, PAKTOR, S(Y)(I)LBERBERG, SAIL, SANDERS, SCENIZER,
SCHEEN, SJENITZER,SCH(O)NITZER, STORK, TIMBERG, VAN STRATEN


Deportation of Jews from Telz in WW1 #lithuania

Sidney Katzen
 

Hello all.
I have received internal passports >from the Lithuanian archives of my
Katzin family who lived in Telsiai (Telz) at the time of Lithuania's
independence. To obtain these identity documents you apparently had to
prove that you had the right to live in the new state. I have posted
page 2 of these passports of my great grandmother Zlata and her youngest
daughter Khana (Hanna?) on ViewMate at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38794
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38795

in which in the third section down it appears to indicate that in
October (September?) 1916 they were registered in the district of Oslo.
Can anyone shine a light on where this might be?

Thank You for your help.

Sid Katzen

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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Deportation of Jews from Telz in WW1 #lithuania

Sidney Katzen
 

Hello all.
I have received internal passports >from the Lithuanian archives of my
Katzin family who lived in Telsiai (Telz) at the time of Lithuania's
independence. To obtain these identity documents you apparently had to
prove that you had the right to live in the new state. I have posted
page 2 of these passports of my great grandmother Zlata and her youngest
daughter Khana (Hanna?) on ViewMate at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38794
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38795

in which in the third section down it appears to indicate that in
October (September?) 1916 they were registered in the district of Oslo.
Can anyone shine a light on where this might be?

Thank You for your help.

Sid Katzen

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


2015 LitvakSIG Nominating Committee #lithuania

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

I'm pleased to announce the formation of the 2015 Nominating Committee for
this year's election of directors

The committee consists of Howard Margol, Chair, Judy Baston, Amy Wachs,
Donald Press and Saul Issroff.

The Nominating Committee will entertain suggestions for potential
candidates and then announce their slate of candidates in the future,
according to our bylaws.

The Election will be held predominantly by email and conclude during the
IAJGS conference in Jerusalem in July.

Eden Joachim
President, LitvaksIG


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania 2015 LitvakSIG Nominating Committee #lithuania

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

I'm pleased to announce the formation of the 2015 Nominating Committee for
this year's election of directors

The committee consists of Howard Margol, Chair, Judy Baston, Amy Wachs,
Donald Press and Saul Issroff.

The Nominating Committee will entertain suggestions for potential
candidates and then announce their slate of candidates in the future,
according to our bylaws.

The Election will be held predominantly by email and conclude during the
IAJGS conference in Jerusalem in July.

Eden Joachim
President, LitvaksIG


Moshe and Paula from Orla, Poland Update #belarus

Eli Rabinowitz
 

Hi All

My research on Moshe and Paula, both >from Orla, Poland took a dramatically turn
this week, with updates >from both Canada and South Africa.

The narrative originated in Orla and ended suddenly in South Africa.

However, my research started 80 years later in Australia and has taken me to
Poland, Belarus, the Baltics, Israel, the UK, Germany, South Africa and North
America.

I share my experiences about the challenges of travelling and researching in
different archives and libraries. Top of the list was visiting Belarus and the
State Archives in Grodno.

This led me to start writing and managing KehilaLinks as a volunteer, beginning
with the Orla KehilaLink and now extending to cities as diverse as Shanghai,
Berlin, Kimberley and Perth, 24 in all:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/capetown/about.me.html

Updates can be found at elirab.me with regular posts on Moshe and Paula's
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mosheandpaula and the Orla KehilaLink:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/orla

Regards, Chag Pesach Sameach and This Year In Jerusalem!

Eli Rabinowitz
Perth, Australia


Belarus SIG #Belarus Moshe and Paula from Orla, Poland Update #belarus

Eli Rabinowitz
 

Hi All

My research on Moshe and Paula, both >from Orla, Poland took a dramatically turn
this week, with updates >from both Canada and South Africa.

The narrative originated in Orla and ended suddenly in South Africa.

However, my research started 80 years later in Australia and has taken me to
Poland, Belarus, the Baltics, Israel, the UK, Germany, South Africa and North
America.

I share my experiences about the challenges of travelling and researching in
different archives and libraries. Top of the list was visiting Belarus and the
State Archives in Grodno.

This led me to start writing and managing KehilaLinks as a volunteer, beginning
with the Orla KehilaLink and now extending to cities as diverse as Shanghai,
Berlin, Kimberley and Perth, 24 in all:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/capetown/about.me.html

Updates can be found at elirab.me with regular posts on Moshe and Paula's
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mosheandpaula and the Orla KehilaLink:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/orla

Regards, Chag Pesach Sameach and This Year In Jerusalem!

Eli Rabinowitz
Perth, Australia


From Austria to Venezuela #general

Patrick Atlas <patrick.atlas@...>
 

My great-uncle, Edward Atlas, born in Lemberg, Galicia, in 1891, was
living in Vienna, Austria >from 1892 to 1939, with his family.
He underwent the JudenAktion in 1938 and was interned in Dachau then
Buchenwald, like thousand of Jewish people. He was released in 1939.
He fled to Venezuela, probably around 1939-1940, with his wife
Charlotte Atlas (a 1st cousin).
I have found that Charlotte was a passenger of the famous ship
MS-Louis, she came back in the Netherlands.
I have found a ship travel for Charlotte, >from Rotterdam to Caracas,
departure May 9, 1940.
Then they were living in Caracas, Venezuela, possibly >from 1940 to at
least 1951, when they emigrated to Denver, USA.
He was a furrier.

My questions are:

-how can I find a manifest of passengers of the travel >from Rotterdam
to Caracas?
-how can I get information about their stay in Venezuela?

Thanks for any information.

Patrick Atlas
Paris, France


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen From Austria to Venezuela #general

Patrick Atlas <patrick.atlas@...>
 

My great-uncle, Edward Atlas, born in Lemberg, Galicia, in 1891, was
living in Vienna, Austria >from 1892 to 1939, with his family.
He underwent the JudenAktion in 1938 and was interned in Dachau then
Buchenwald, like thousand of Jewish people. He was released in 1939.
He fled to Venezuela, probably around 1939-1940, with his wife
Charlotte Atlas (a 1st cousin).
I have found that Charlotte was a passenger of the famous ship
MS-Louis, she came back in the Netherlands.
I have found a ship travel for Charlotte, >from Rotterdam to Caracas,
departure May 9, 1940.
Then they were living in Caracas, Venezuela, possibly >from 1940 to at
least 1951, when they emigrated to Denver, USA.
He was a furrier.

My questions are:

-how can I find a manifest of passengers of the travel >from Rotterdam
to Caracas?
-how can I get information about their stay in Venezuela?

Thanks for any information.

Patrick Atlas
Paris, France


1852 Family List of Lida District Jewish families who wanted to be farmers #belarus

Jrbaston
 

Dear fellow Lida District Researchers:

I've just added to the LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group site an
1852 Family List of Jews in the Lida District who wanted to be farmers
and who made application to move in order to do so. The list is on the
DATA page at <https://lidadistrict.shutterfly.com>;; under Lida Uezd
Files
and it is called <lidadistrictFLofJewswantedtomovetoNovorosia>

It is currently available to qualified contributors to the LitvakSIG
Lida
District Research Group but after 18 months will be publicly searchable
in the LitvakSIG All Lithuania Database and JewishGen Belarus Database.

In the middle part of the 19th century Jews had a possibility to move to
Siberia (mostly Tobolsk gubernia) and to Novorossia (to Kherson and
Yekaterinoslav gubernias) where Russian government gave them the
possibility to become farmers â?? to work on land.

At that time, in the 1830s through the early 1850s, the land in Siberia
was not prepared for new migrants and the Russian government offered
Jews who wanted to go to Siberia the opportunity to move to Kherson or
Yekaterinoslav [now Donetsk] gubernia. It is not clear who really left
Lithuania for Kherson gubernia and who still stayed in Lithuania.
According
to other documents (correspondence of officials) in the files, not all
families
left Lithuania.

In this file of 262 individuals >from towns in the Lida District who
wanted
to become farmers, it is especially interesting that a number of the
families
from Radun in this list are the very same families for whom it was
noted in the
1850 Revision List for Radun that they re-registered in Eisiskes in the
1858 Revision List.

I am copying the surnames for this list at the bottom of this message.

For those of you who are already part of the LitvakSIG Lida District
Research Group, thank you for your support, which helps us translate
this and other lists for our Lida District Families.

To become part of the LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group, go to
www.litvaksig.org/contribute scroll down a bit to Research Groups,
choose Lida District, and contribute $100 US, which will guarantee
you immediate access to files of newly translated Lida District
records for five calendar years, through December 31, 2019.

Please let me know if you have any questions. You may write
me at JRBaston@aol.com,

Judy Baston, Coordinator,
LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group

.
Surnames >from the Lida District 1852 Family List

ABRAMOVICH BERDOVSKI BRODOVSKI DALINSKI
DRAZNIN GERMAN IUDELIOVICH IURKANSKI
IVENSKI IZRALIOVICH LEIBOVICH LEVIN
LISNATSKI MOVSHOVICH ORZHEKHOVSKI PAIKOVSKI
PILIAVSKI POLIACHEK POLIPNITSKI POMERTS
PUPKIN REIENTOVICH RUBINSKI RUDNITSKI
SHMERKOVICH SHULMAN TSODIKOVICH


Belarus SIG #Belarus 1852 Family List of Lida District Jewish families who wanted to be farmers #belarus

Jrbaston
 

Dear fellow Lida District Researchers:

I've just added to the LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group site an
1852 Family List of Jews in the Lida District who wanted to be farmers
and who made application to move in order to do so. The list is on the
DATA page at <https://lidadistrict.shutterfly.com>;; under Lida Uezd
Files
and it is called <lidadistrictFLofJewswantedtomovetoNovorosia>

It is currently available to qualified contributors to the LitvakSIG
Lida
District Research Group but after 18 months will be publicly searchable
in the LitvakSIG All Lithuania Database and JewishGen Belarus Database.

In the middle part of the 19th century Jews had a possibility to move to
Siberia (mostly Tobolsk gubernia) and to Novorossia (to Kherson and
Yekaterinoslav gubernias) where Russian government gave them the
possibility to become farmers â?? to work on land.

At that time, in the 1830s through the early 1850s, the land in Siberia
was not prepared for new migrants and the Russian government offered
Jews who wanted to go to Siberia the opportunity to move to Kherson or
Yekaterinoslav [now Donetsk] gubernia. It is not clear who really left
Lithuania for Kherson gubernia and who still stayed in Lithuania.
According
to other documents (correspondence of officials) in the files, not all
families
left Lithuania.

In this file of 262 individuals >from towns in the Lida District who
wanted
to become farmers, it is especially interesting that a number of the
families
from Radun in this list are the very same families for whom it was
noted in the
1850 Revision List for Radun that they re-registered in Eisiskes in the
1858 Revision List.

I am copying the surnames for this list at the bottom of this message.

For those of you who are already part of the LitvakSIG Lida District
Research Group, thank you for your support, which helps us translate
this and other lists for our Lida District Families.

To become part of the LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group, go to
www.litvaksig.org/contribute scroll down a bit to Research Groups,
choose Lida District, and contribute $100 US, which will guarantee
you immediate access to files of newly translated Lida District
records for five calendar years, through December 31, 2019.

Please let me know if you have any questions. You may write
me at JRBaston@aol.com,

Judy Baston, Coordinator,
LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group

.
Surnames >from the Lida District 1852 Family List

ABRAMOVICH BERDOVSKI BRODOVSKI DALINSKI
DRAZNIN GERMAN IUDELIOVICH IURKANSKI
IVENSKI IZRALIOVICH LEIBOVICH LEVIN
LISNATSKI MOVSHOVICH ORZHEKHOVSKI PAIKOVSKI
PILIAVSKI POLIACHEK POLIPNITSKI POMERTS
PUPKIN REIENTOVICH RUBINSKI RUDNITSKI
SHMERKOVICH SHULMAN TSODIKOVICH


Yiddish translation of photo inscription #belarus

Bill Boyarsky <bill.boyarsky@...>
 

I've posted to viewmate a photo and its inscription in Yiddish of
which I'd appreciate a translation: in particular looking for names
and stated relationships and other locations (other than Wolkowysk)

This inscription, and image are at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38822
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38797

Thanks in advance
Bill Boyarsky
Bill.Boyarsky@gmail.com
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Belarus SIG #Belarus Yiddish translation of photo inscription #belarus

Bill Boyarsky <bill.boyarsky@...>
 

I've posted to viewmate a photo and its inscription in Yiddish of
which I'd appreciate a translation: in particular looking for names
and stated relationships and other locations (other than Wolkowysk)

This inscription, and image are at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38822
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM38797

Thanks in advance
Bill Boyarsky
Bill.Boyarsky@gmail.com
MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately


JewishGen Offers New Class April 6 - April 27 #belarus

Nancy Holden
 

Start Up: Research it Right the First Time
April 6 - April 27

This Course offers personal guidance on researching and organizing
your family search. The focus is your immigrant ancestors and their
immediate families in the United States. We cover census, vital
records, passenger manifests and genealogical searching on the
internet. If you want to find the names of your immigrant's parents,
their former shtetl, passenger records or extended family, then
consider this 3 week course.

We feature an online FORUM where you are guided by the instructor in
a one-on-one discussion of your work as you research your family
roots. Our classes have no scheduled times as our students are
international; enabling everyone to read/view/post at leisure.

Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the Internet and
downloading files and have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons,
search online and interact with the FORUM.

Tuition for this U.S. Genealogy Course is $100 (there is no waiver
for this course). Registration is open.
https://www.jewishgen.org/education
Click on the "Enroll Here" link

Class size limited
For questions, please email us at JewishGen-Education@lyris.jewishgen.org

Nancy Holden
nholden@interserv.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus JewishGen Offers New Class April 6 - April 27 #belarus

Nancy Holden
 

Start Up: Research it Right the First Time
April 6 - April 27

This Course offers personal guidance on researching and organizing
your family search. The focus is your immigrant ancestors and their
immediate families in the United States. We cover census, vital
records, passenger manifests and genealogical searching on the
internet. If you want to find the names of your immigrant's parents,
their former shtetl, passenger records or extended family, then
consider this 3 week course.

We feature an online FORUM where you are guided by the instructor in
a one-on-one discussion of your work as you research your family
roots. Our classes have no scheduled times as our students are
international; enabling everyone to read/view/post at leisure.

Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the Internet and
downloading files and have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons,
search online and interact with the FORUM.

Tuition for this U.S. Genealogy Course is $100 (there is no waiver
for this course). Registration is open.
https://www.jewishgen.org/education
Click on the "Enroll Here" link

Class size limited
For questions, please email us at JewishGen-Education@lyris.jewishgen.org

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