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GLICKMAN / GLUKMAN family from Warsaw, Poland #general

Daniel Gleek
 

I have never made progress with my gg-grandmother's family.
I know little about her, but wonder if the info below rings bells..

Freda (Frieda) GLICKMAN (GLUKMAN?) was born in Poland.
She was born in around 1856 (but possibly as late as 1861).
Her father's Hebrew name (>from her gravestone) was Faivel.

Freda said she couldn't find her sisters. The family was poor,
they went to live with relatives and their names were changed.

Freda wed Morris WEITZENSANG on 13.01.1879 in Warsaw.
They moved to Glasgow and then London; she died in 1932.
They had 3 boys, but 2 two more children, who died as infants.
They were born sometime between 1881-1889.

I am not looking for UK info or anything on the WEITZENSANGs.
I am looking for anything >from Warsaw, Poland, anything on
her parents and anything about her sisters.

If I add that She had Mongolian eyes would this help?
If I mention she had a bad foot and wore an iron calliper,
after getting it stuck under a tram in Glasgow, would that help?

Does any of the above mean something to you?
If so, please private message me!!

Here's hoping.
Thank you,
Daniel GLEEK in London


R. Uri LIPMAN (FRANKEL) from Leipnik #rabbinic

Andres Carciente
 

I am looking for information about R. Uri LIPMAN ( FRANKEL), about him,
his descendants and his ancestors!

thanks

Andres Carciente
Budapest


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen GLICKMAN / GLUKMAN family from Warsaw, Poland #general

Daniel Gleek
 

I have never made progress with my gg-grandmother's family.
I know little about her, but wonder if the info below rings bells..

Freda (Frieda) GLICKMAN (GLUKMAN?) was born in Poland.
She was born in around 1856 (but possibly as late as 1861).
Her father's Hebrew name (>from her gravestone) was Faivel.

Freda said she couldn't find her sisters. The family was poor,
they went to live with relatives and their names were changed.

Freda wed Morris WEITZENSANG on 13.01.1879 in Warsaw.
They moved to Glasgow and then London; she died in 1932.
They had 3 boys, but 2 two more children, who died as infants.
They were born sometime between 1881-1889.

I am not looking for UK info or anything on the WEITZENSANGs.
I am looking for anything >from Warsaw, Poland, anything on
her parents and anything about her sisters.

If I add that She had Mongolian eyes would this help?
If I mention she had a bad foot and wore an iron calliper,
after getting it stuck under a tram in Glasgow, would that help?

Does any of the above mean something to you?
If so, please private message me!!

Here's hoping.
Thank you,
Daniel GLEEK in London


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic R. Uri LIPMAN (FRANKEL) from Leipnik #rabbinic

Andres Carciente
 

I am looking for information about R. Uri LIPMAN ( FRANKEL), about him,
his descendants and his ancestors!

thanks

Andres Carciente
Budapest


ViewMate translation requests - Russian #general

Adi Krikman
 

I've posted vital records in German (Estern Galicia) for which I need a
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address :
1) http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68248 -
Birth record. mainly interested in adress and father's occupation if mentioned.
2) http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68247 -
Birth record. Would appreciate a full translation.
3) http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68248 -
Marriage record. I would appreciate a full translation. If not
possible, any detail regrding bride's side will be great.

Thank you very much,
Adi Krikman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation requests - Russian #general

Adi Krikman
 

I've posted vital records in German (Estern Galicia) for which I need a
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address :
1) http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68248 -
Birth record. mainly interested in adress and father's occupation if mentioned.
2) http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68247 -
Birth record. Would appreciate a full translation.
3) http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68248 -
Marriage record. I would appreciate a full translation. If not
possible, any detail regrding bride's side will be great.

Thank you very much,
Adi Krikman


ViewMate translation request - Russian (Riger family) #general

Yehuda Dodo <Yehuda.Dodo@...>
 

Hello dear Genners.
I've posted a marriage record in Russian for which I need a translation.
The record regards the Riger family.
The link to the document:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68341

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application

Thank you very much,
Yehuda Dodo


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Russian (Riger family) #general

Yehuda Dodo <Yehuda.Dodo@...>
 

Hello dear Genners.
I've posted a marriage record in Russian for which I need a translation.
The record regards the Riger family.
The link to the document:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68341

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application

Thank you very much,
Yehuda Dodo


ViewMate translation request - Russian #general

Mikael Kanski
 

Dear genners,

I've posted 7 birth records (record 25-31) in Russian for which I need
a translations. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68342

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68343

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68344

Please respond via the forms provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much!
Best regards,
Mikael Kanski, Malmo, Sweden.
Researching KON/COHN, STABHOLTZ, SALBERG/ZALBERG, HIRSCH, RODZYN,
LAWENDEL, HILSBERG (Warsaw); NISENBAUM, GRYN (Bedzin, Wodzislaw,
Dzialoszyce); RYWIEC/RIVIETZ, MARCINKOWSKI (Luck).


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Russian #general

Mikael Kanski
 

Dear genners,

I've posted 7 birth records (record 25-31) in Russian for which I need
a translations. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68342

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68343

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68344

Please respond via the forms provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much!
Best regards,
Mikael Kanski, Malmo, Sweden.
Researching KON/COHN, STABHOLTZ, SALBERG/ZALBERG, HIRSCH, RODZYN,
LAWENDEL, HILSBERG (Warsaw); NISENBAUM, GRYN (Bedzin, Wodzislaw,
Dzialoszyce); RYWIEC/RIVIETZ, MARCINKOWSKI (Luck).


New Galician Record Images Online at AGAD #galicia

Mark Jacobson
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce that the AGAD Archive in Warsaw,
Poland, has added descriptions for all the 793 recently released books
of marriage and death records for Galician towns >from Fond 300 that
extend into the mid 1930s. AGAD has so far added images to more than
100 of these record sets and these are linked on their list. So far these
new images include records with Sygnatura (file number) 3279 to 3380
inclusive. These are records that alphabetically include the records for
towns >from Bohorodczany through Drohobycz (through Drohobycz
deaths for 1933). See AGAD here:
http://www.agad.gov.pl/inwentarze/Mojz300x.xml

Gesher Galicia has also updated our own online inventories of AGAD
Fond 300 records, including links to images, that can be viewed sorted
either by town name or file number. Please see Gesher Galicia here:
https://www.geshergalicia.org/agad_fond_300
and for the individual inventories:
https://tinyurl.com/y87rastq (Fond 300 sorted by town) and
https://tinyurl.com/y7xaefpw (Fond 300 sorted by file number)

The AGAD Archive intends to add images for all these new books (up to
Sygn. 4071) over the coming months.

Mark Jacobson
Past President, JGSPBCI
Gesher Galicia Board member
JRI-Poland Town Leader Boryslaw and Drohobycz
Boca Raton, FL

DOGULOV/DOVGALEVSKY - Tripolye/Vasilkov/Kiev Ukraine;
COHEN/KANA/KAHAN - Tripolye, Ukraine;
JACOBSON - Polotsk/Lepel, Belarus; KOBLENTZ - Polotsk, Belarus;
KAMERMAN/KAMMERMANN, WEGNER - Drohobycz, Galicia;
KOPPEL - Stebnik/Drohobycz, Galicia;
JACOBI - Stratyn/Rohatyn, Galicia; ROTHLEIN - Stratyn/Rohatyn, Galicia;
TUCHFELD - Rzeszow/Stryj/Lvov, Galicia; GOLDSTEIN - Ranizow, Galicia


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia New Galician Record Images Online at AGAD #galicia

Mark Jacobson
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce that the AGAD Archive in Warsaw,
Poland, has added descriptions for all the 793 recently released books
of marriage and death records for Galician towns >from Fond 300 that
extend into the mid 1930s. AGAD has so far added images to more than
100 of these record sets and these are linked on their list. So far these
new images include records with Sygnatura (file number) 3279 to 3380
inclusive. These are records that alphabetically include the records for
towns >from Bohorodczany through Drohobycz (through Drohobycz
deaths for 1933). See AGAD here:
http://www.agad.gov.pl/inwentarze/Mojz300x.xml

Gesher Galicia has also updated our own online inventories of AGAD
Fond 300 records, including links to images, that can be viewed sorted
either by town name or file number. Please see Gesher Galicia here:
https://www.geshergalicia.org/agad_fond_300
and for the individual inventories:
https://tinyurl.com/y87rastq (Fond 300 sorted by town) and
https://tinyurl.com/y7xaefpw (Fond 300 sorted by file number)

The AGAD Archive intends to add images for all these new books (up to
Sygn. 4071) over the coming months.

Mark Jacobson
Past President, JGSPBCI
Gesher Galicia Board member
JRI-Poland Town Leader Boryslaw and Drohobycz
Boca Raton, FL

DOGULOV/DOVGALEVSKY - Tripolye/Vasilkov/Kiev Ukraine;
COHEN/KANA/KAHAN - Tripolye, Ukraine;
JACOBSON - Polotsk/Lepel, Belarus; KOBLENTZ - Polotsk, Belarus;
KAMERMAN/KAMMERMANN, WEGNER - Drohobycz, Galicia;
KOPPEL - Stebnik/Drohobycz, Galicia;
JACOBI - Stratyn/Rohatyn, Galicia; ROTHLEIN - Stratyn/Rohatyn, Galicia;
TUCHFELD - Rzeszow/Stryj/Lvov, Galicia; GOLDSTEIN - Ranizow, Galicia


SITE CITE - more Danzig residential registration cards online #germany

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Scans of Danzig residential registration cards (1843-1918) are now
online at https://szukajwarchiwach.pl/10/14/0/5/str/1/2000#tabJednostki
for most surnames A-REHWALSKI. Until recently, only surnames through
H were online.

This is a very important source for researching people who lived in
Danzig (even if not born there) and it is easy to use. At the link
above, find the row where the second column begins "Karty Meldunkowe"
and has a range of surnames covering your surname of interest
(according to German alphabetization). For example, for the surname
PARADIES, the row is "Karty meldunkowe: Panke - Passauer". If the
number in the rightmost column is not "0", then there are scans
available. Click "Karty meldunkowe" in the row of interest, then
click the "Skany" or "Scans" tab in the top right to see thumbnail
versions of scans (15 per page by default).

Clicking on a thumbnail will enlarge it. The thumbnail images are
arranged roughly alphabetically with surnames at the top, so browse
through the thumbnails until you find your surname or person of
interest.

On the enlarged image, there is an icon near the bottom right that
looks like a white rectangle on a black circle -- clicking that will
open a new window to display a high-resolution image. Because of the
size of the high-resolution image, it might not be fully visible on
your screen, but you can click, hold, and drag it with your mouse to
change the visible region. To save a high-resolution image to your
computer, click the "Pobierz" or "Download" link below the image, in
the bottom center.

Make sure you check adjacent scans as there are often two scans, front
and back, for each card. On the cards, you can find a wealth of
genealogical information including birth dates and places, maiden
names, death dates and places, addresses in Danzig, and places people
moved to >from Danzig. Some of the later cards even include the head
of household's parents' names near the top.

If you learn dates of birth or death in Danzig, be sure to check the
Danzig SIG's chart at
https://www.jewishgen.org/danzig/records-chart.php showing the
locations of vital records. Note especially the records highlighted
in green, which are already searchable on JewishGen, and the links to
finding aids for civil records 1874-1914 and Jewish records 1846-1927
(bulk 1846-1879). If records of interest are highlighted in yellow,
they are in the process of being transcribed or proofread and we would
welcome volunteer help. If you learn of people born in Danzig before
1846, feel free to contact me about how to research their ancestry
further in early 19th or late 18th century sources (some online, some
being worked on, some to be acquired).

If you would like to write a more complete guide to the Danzig
residential registration cards for the Danzig SIG website, please
contact me.

Thanks very much to the State Archives in Gdansk and the National
Digital Archives for making these scans available!

Logan Kleinwaks, Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu near Washington, D.C.


German SIG #Germany SITE CITE - more Danzig residential registration cards online #germany

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Scans of Danzig residential registration cards (1843-1918) are now
online at https://szukajwarchiwach.pl/10/14/0/5/str/1/2000#tabJednostki
for most surnames A-REHWALSKI. Until recently, only surnames through
H were online.

This is a very important source for researching people who lived in
Danzig (even if not born there) and it is easy to use. At the link
above, find the row where the second column begins "Karty Meldunkowe"
and has a range of surnames covering your surname of interest
(according to German alphabetization). For example, for the surname
PARADIES, the row is "Karty meldunkowe: Panke - Passauer". If the
number in the rightmost column is not "0", then there are scans
available. Click "Karty meldunkowe" in the row of interest, then
click the "Skany" or "Scans" tab in the top right to see thumbnail
versions of scans (15 per page by default).

Clicking on a thumbnail will enlarge it. The thumbnail images are
arranged roughly alphabetically with surnames at the top, so browse
through the thumbnails until you find your surname or person of
interest.

On the enlarged image, there is an icon near the bottom right that
looks like a white rectangle on a black circle -- clicking that will
open a new window to display a high-resolution image. Because of the
size of the high-resolution image, it might not be fully visible on
your screen, but you can click, hold, and drag it with your mouse to
change the visible region. To save a high-resolution image to your
computer, click the "Pobierz" or "Download" link below the image, in
the bottom center.

Make sure you check adjacent scans as there are often two scans, front
and back, for each card. On the cards, you can find a wealth of
genealogical information including birth dates and places, maiden
names, death dates and places, addresses in Danzig, and places people
moved to >from Danzig. Some of the later cards even include the head
of household's parents' names near the top.

If you learn dates of birth or death in Danzig, be sure to check the
Danzig SIG's chart at
https://www.jewishgen.org/danzig/records-chart.php showing the
locations of vital records. Note especially the records highlighted
in green, which are already searchable on JewishGen, and the links to
finding aids for civil records 1874-1914 and Jewish records 1846-1927
(bulk 1846-1879). If records of interest are highlighted in yellow,
they are in the process of being transcribed or proofread and we would
welcome volunteer help. If you learn of people born in Danzig before
1846, feel free to contact me about how to research their ancestry
further in early 19th or late 18th century sources (some online, some
being worked on, some to be acquired).

If you would like to write a more complete guide to the Danzig
residential registration cards for the Danzig SIG website, please
contact me.

Thanks very much to the State Archives in Gdansk and the National
Digital Archives for making these scans available!

Logan Kleinwaks, Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu near Washington, D.C.


Dr. Norman Tobias of Toronto #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Dr. Norman Tobias who
married Ava, daughter of Rabbi Pinchas Joseph Kanner of Montreal, son
of the Chief Rabbi Jacob Samson Kanner of Czchow and Klausenberg
(married Chaya Channa, daughter of Rabbi Moshe Halberstam, the Rebbe
of Sieniawa (Shinova, died in 1919)

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Dr. Norman Tobias of Toronto #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Dr. Norman Tobias who
married Ava, daughter of Rabbi Pinchas Joseph Kanner of Montreal, son
of the Chief Rabbi Jacob Samson Kanner of Czchow and Klausenberg
(married Chaya Channa, daughter of Rabbi Moshe Halberstam, the Rebbe
of Sieniawa (Shinova, died in 1919)

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


more Danzig residential registration cards online #poland #danzig #gdansk #germany

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Scans of Danzig residential registration cards (1843-1918) are now
online at https://szukajwarchiwach.pl/10/14/0/5/str/1/2000#tabJednostki
for most surnames A-REHWALSKI. Until recently, only surnames through
H were online.

This is a very important source for researching people who lived in
Danzig (even if not born there) and it is easy to use. At the link
above, find the row where the second column begins "Karty Meldunkowe"
and has a range of surnames covering your surname of interest
(according to German alphabetization). For example, for the surname
PARADIES, the row is "Karty meldunkowe: Panke - Passauer". If the
number in the rightmost column is not "0", then there are scans
available. Click "Karty meldunkowe" in the row of interest, then
click the "Skany" or "Scans" tab in the top right to see thumbnail
versions of scans (15 per page by default).

Clicking on a thumbnail will enlarge it. The thumbnail images are
arranged roughly alphabetically with surnames at the top, so browse
through the thumbnails until you find your surname or person of
interest.

On the enlarged image, there is an icon near the bottom right that
looks like a white rectangle on a black circle -- clicking that will
open a new window to display a high-resolution image. Because of the
size of the high-resolution image, it might not be fully visible on
your screen, but you can click, hold, and drag it with your mouse to
change the visible region. To save a high-resolution image to your
computer, click the "Pobierz" or "Download" link below the image, in
the bottom center.

Make sure you check adjacent scans as there are often two scans, front
and back, for each card. On the cards, you can find a wealth of
genealogical information including birth dates and places, maiden
names, death dates and places, addresses in Danzig, and places people
moved to >from Danzig. Some of the later cards even include the head
of household's parents' names near the top.

If you learn dates of birth or death in Danzig, be sure to check the
Danzig SIG's chart at
https://www.jewishgen.org/danzig/records-chart.php showing the
locations of vital records. Note especially the records highlighted
in green, which are already searchable on JewishGen, and the links to
finding aids for civil records 1874-1914 and Jewish records 1846-1927
(bulk 1846-1879). If records of interest are highlighted in yellow,
they are in the process of being transcribed or proofread and we would
welcome volunteer help. If you learn of people born in Danzig before
1846, feel free to contact me about how to research their ancestry
further in early 19th or late 18th century sources (some online, some
being worked on, some to be acquired).

If you would like to write a more complete guide to the Danzig
residential registration cards for the Danzig SIG website, please
contact me.

Thanks very much to the State Archives in Gdansk and the National
Digital Archives for making these scans available!

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland more Danzig residential registration cards online #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Scans of Danzig residential registration cards (1843-1918) are now
online at https://szukajwarchiwach.pl/10/14/0/5/str/1/2000#tabJednostki
for most surnames A-REHWALSKI. Until recently, only surnames through
H were online.

This is a very important source for researching people who lived in
Danzig (even if not born there) and it is easy to use. At the link
above, find the row where the second column begins "Karty Meldunkowe"
and has a range of surnames covering your surname of interest
(according to German alphabetization). For example, for the surname
PARADIES, the row is "Karty meldunkowe: Panke - Passauer". If the
number in the rightmost column is not "0", then there are scans
available. Click "Karty meldunkowe" in the row of interest, then
click the "Skany" or "Scans" tab in the top right to see thumbnail
versions of scans (15 per page by default).

Clicking on a thumbnail will enlarge it. The thumbnail images are
arranged roughly alphabetically with surnames at the top, so browse
through the thumbnails until you find your surname or person of
interest.

On the enlarged image, there is an icon near the bottom right that
looks like a white rectangle on a black circle -- clicking that will
open a new window to display a high-resolution image. Because of the
size of the high-resolution image, it might not be fully visible on
your screen, but you can click, hold, and drag it with your mouse to
change the visible region. To save a high-resolution image to your
computer, click the "Pobierz" or "Download" link below the image, in
the bottom center.

Make sure you check adjacent scans as there are often two scans, front
and back, for each card. On the cards, you can find a wealth of
genealogical information including birth dates and places, maiden
names, death dates and places, addresses in Danzig, and places people
moved to >from Danzig. Some of the later cards even include the head
of household's parents' names near the top.

If you learn dates of birth or death in Danzig, be sure to check the
Danzig SIG's chart at
https://www.jewishgen.org/danzig/records-chart.php showing the
locations of vital records. Note especially the records highlighted
in green, which are already searchable on JewishGen, and the links to
finding aids for civil records 1874-1914 and Jewish records 1846-1927
(bulk 1846-1879). If records of interest are highlighted in yellow,
they are in the process of being transcribed or proofread and we would
welcome volunteer help. If you learn of people born in Danzig before
1846, feel free to contact me about how to research their ancestry
further in early 19th or late 18th century sources (some online, some
being worked on, some to be acquired).

If you would like to write a more complete guide to the Danzig
residential registration cards for the Danzig SIG website, please
contact me.

Thanks very much to the State Archives in Gdansk and the National
Digital Archives for making these scans available!

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


IAJGS Welcomes MyHeritage, Ltd. as it's Newest Associate Member #general

Nolan Altman
 

On behalf of the IAJGS Board and our current membership, it is with great
pleasure that we welcome MyHeritage, Ltd. as the first company to become an
Associate Member of our growing family of IAJGS organizations.

MyHeritage, one of the world's preeminent genealogical database and
genealogy service companies, is based in Israel, and was founded in 2003 by
Gilad Japhet. As an avid genealogist, Gilad took special care presenting
Jewish and Israeli research sources by understanding their difficulties.
Some of the accomplishments that MyHeritage is most proud of are their
internationally diverse collection of family trees and groundbreaking search
and matching technologies, its long-time partnership with JewishGen and
Beith Hatfutsot to update family trees, digitizing and indexing Israeli
cemeteries and Sephardic Converso records >from Spain, Portugal and the
Caribbean, and the growth and importance of MyHeritage DNA. MyHeritage is
user friendly worldwide since they are the only genealogy site available in
Hebrew and 40 other languages. For more information about MyHeritage,
please visit their website at http://myheritage.com

The International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) was
formed in 1988 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. IAJGS is an umbrella
group of organizations which provides a common voice for issues of
significance to its members, to advocate for and educate about our
genealogical avocation, and to coordinate items such as the annual
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. For more information on
IAJGS, please see our website at http://www.iajgs.org/blog/ or contact me at
president@iajgs.org

Nolan Altman
Membership Development Committee Chair


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IAJGS Welcomes MyHeritage, Ltd. as it's Newest Associate Member #general

Nolan Altman
 

On behalf of the IAJGS Board and our current membership, it is with great
pleasure that we welcome MyHeritage, Ltd. as the first company to become an
Associate Member of our growing family of IAJGS organizations.

MyHeritage, one of the world's preeminent genealogical database and
genealogy service companies, is based in Israel, and was founded in 2003 by
Gilad Japhet. As an avid genealogist, Gilad took special care presenting
Jewish and Israeli research sources by understanding their difficulties.
Some of the accomplishments that MyHeritage is most proud of are their
internationally diverse collection of family trees and groundbreaking search
and matching technologies, its long-time partnership with JewishGen and
Beith Hatfutsot to update family trees, digitizing and indexing Israeli
cemeteries and Sephardic Converso records >from Spain, Portugal and the
Caribbean, and the growth and importance of MyHeritage DNA. MyHeritage is
user friendly worldwide since they are the only genealogy site available in
Hebrew and 40 other languages. For more information about MyHeritage,
please visit their website at http://myheritage.com

The International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) was
formed in 1988 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. IAJGS is an umbrella
group of organizations which provides a common voice for issues of
significance to its members, to advocate for and educate about our
genealogical avocation, and to coordinate items such as the annual
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. For more information on
IAJGS, please see our website at http://www.iajgs.org/blog/ or contact me at
president@iajgs.org

Nolan Altman
Membership Development Committee Chair

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