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postcards and documents #galicia

Gayle Schlissel Riley
 

For years I have collected postcards and documents >from my Polish town,
over 50 pre-1920 cards. They all came >from Poland version of Ebay
called Allegro.pl . The pages are in Polish. They also have other towns
from Eastern Europe. You need the non-English spelling. It is very useful
in your research. I obtained a newspaper article about known citizens of
my town-- Tarnobrzeg.

Gayle

Gayle Schlissel Riley


New Cadastral Maps: Sokal and Ustrzyki Dolne #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Two new, exquisite maps have just been uploaded to the Gesher Galicia
Cadastral Map Room for the towns of Sokal and Ustrzyki Dolne.

Sokal Center Cadastral Map 1854
http://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/sokal-1854/

Full-color cadastral map of the center of the town of Sokal (Sokal', Sikal,
Skol, Skul), surveyed and lithographed in 1854, and with a number of
redline revisions for a later edition. The town developed on both sides of
the meandering Bug River; by 1854, scattered suburbs had branched
from and attached to the dense main town. Buildings and land parcels
are clearly numbered. Also labeled on the map are a large monastery and
several churches, a large synagogue, Jewish and Catholic cemeteries
located away >from the river, and several named streets (unusual for an
early map). Other features include a small market square, road
development, and a ferry, and some indicate extensive water drainage
and irrigation (probably already centuries old when this map was made).

Ustrzyki Dolne Cadastral Map 1852
http://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/ustrzyki-dolne-1852/

A complete, full-color lithographed cadastral map of the town of
Ustrzyki Dolne (Istrik, Istryk, Ustrik, Uschiki Dolne), surveyed and
lithographed in 1852, with extensive redline revisions for a future
edition. The town is small but with several large buildings and a growing
market square; when the town was surveyed, a second settlement was
developing north of the town center. The map is lightly worn but clear,
with all buildings and parcels numbered. Featured on this map are an
administrative office, a church, a synagogue (unlabeled), three small
Catholic cemeteries, a large Jewish cemetery, two rivers, a mill canal, and
many small creeks draining through the farmlands.

To view the entire Gesher Galicia Map Room Collection go to:

http://www.maps.geshergalicia.org

Pamela Weisberger
President, Gesher Galicia
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia postcards and documents #galicia

Gayle Schlissel Riley
 

For years I have collected postcards and documents >from my Polish town,
over 50 pre-1920 cards. They all came >from Poland version of Ebay
called Allegro.pl . The pages are in Polish. They also have other towns
from Eastern Europe. You need the non-English spelling. It is very useful
in your research. I obtained a newspaper article about known citizens of
my town-- Tarnobrzeg.

Gayle

Gayle Schlissel Riley


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia New Cadastral Maps: Sokal and Ustrzyki Dolne #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Two new, exquisite maps have just been uploaded to the Gesher Galicia
Cadastral Map Room for the towns of Sokal and Ustrzyki Dolne.

Sokal Center Cadastral Map 1854
http://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/sokal-1854/

Full-color cadastral map of the center of the town of Sokal (Sokal', Sikal,
Skol, Skul), surveyed and lithographed in 1854, and with a number of
redline revisions for a later edition. The town developed on both sides of
the meandering Bug River; by 1854, scattered suburbs had branched
from and attached to the dense main town. Buildings and land parcels
are clearly numbered. Also labeled on the map are a large monastery and
several churches, a large synagogue, Jewish and Catholic cemeteries
located away >from the river, and several named streets (unusual for an
early map). Other features include a small market square, road
development, and a ferry, and some indicate extensive water drainage
and irrigation (probably already centuries old when this map was made).

Ustrzyki Dolne Cadastral Map 1852
http://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/ustrzyki-dolne-1852/

A complete, full-color lithographed cadastral map of the town of
Ustrzyki Dolne (Istrik, Istryk, Ustrik, Uschiki Dolne), surveyed and
lithographed in 1852, with extensive redline revisions for a future
edition. The town is small but with several large buildings and a growing
market square; when the town was surveyed, a second settlement was
developing north of the town center. The map is lightly worn but clear,
with all buildings and parcels numbered. Featured on this map are an
administrative office, a church, a synagogue (unlabeled), three small
Catholic cemeteries, a large Jewish cemetery, two rivers, a mill canal, and
many small creeks draining through the farmlands.

To view the entire Gesher Galicia Map Room Collection go to:

http://www.maps.geshergalicia.org

Pamela Weisberger
President, Gesher Galicia
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com


Jewish Soldiers in the German Army in the Great War - Book talk LBI NY April 15 #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

Wednesday, April 15, 2015, 6:30 PM
_Loyal Sons: Jewish Soldiers in the German Army in the Great War_

Author Peter Appelbaum will speak about his book, Loyal Sons, which
presents, for the first time in English, the experiences of Jews in
the German army during the First World War. During the Great War,
approximately 100,000 Jews served in the German army, of whom around
80,000 fought on the front and 12,500 were killed, died, or went
missing. About 35,000 were decorated, 23,000 promoted, and more than
2,000 became officers. Excerpted diaries and memoirs of soldiers from
all ranks of the army - soldiers, non-commissioned officers and
officers - describe their war experiences on the Western, Eastern,
Balkan and Ottoman Fronts, impressions of other nationalities, and
their varied feelings about anti-Semitism in the army.

For more information- Leo Baeck Institute, 15 W. 16th St., New York, NY 10011
http://www.lbi.org/events/loyal-sons-jewish-soldiers-german-army-great-war/


German SIG #Germany Jewish Soldiers in the German Army in the Great War - Book talk LBI NY April 15 #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

Wednesday, April 15, 2015, 6:30 PM
_Loyal Sons: Jewish Soldiers in the German Army in the Great War_

Author Peter Appelbaum will speak about his book, Loyal Sons, which
presents, for the first time in English, the experiences of Jews in
the German army during the First World War. During the Great War,
approximately 100,000 Jews served in the German army, of whom around
80,000 fought on the front and 12,500 were killed, died, or went
missing. About 35,000 were decorated, 23,000 promoted, and more than
2,000 became officers. Excerpted diaries and memoirs of soldiers from
all ranks of the army - soldiers, non-commissioned officers and
officers - describe their war experiences on the Western, Eastern,
Balkan and Ottoman Fronts, impressions of other nationalities, and
their varied feelings about anti-Semitism in the army.

For more information- Leo Baeck Institute, 15 W. 16th St., New York, NY 10011
http://www.lbi.org/events/loyal-sons-jewish-soldiers-german-army-great-war/


Re: SEELIG from Stolp - INTRO #germany

HHHeilbut@...
 

"Naomi Silverton" <naomisil@ozemail.com.au> asked about Seeligs >from STOLP

Dear Naomi, underneath you'll find the data I found in the Stolp documents.
Israel SEELIG, Handelsmann, * 1747 + 12.4.1824 Stolp
Certificat Royal Government of Prussia >from the City Stargardt from
19.2.1813, living in the village Leba
#
Brendel ADOLF * 1763 (It is not known when and where she died)
/
1) Meyer SEELIG, Handelsmann, * 1791
#
Mala Meila HIRSCH * 1790
a) Mariane * 1819
b) Herrmann * 1821
c) Dore * 1824
d) Victor * 1826
e) David * 1830 This Family moved 1.4.1833 to the village Dammen near Stolp

2) Joseph Israel SEELIG * 1795, Glaser (Glasworker)
#
Hendel FELDBERG * 1802 (Daughter of Joseph Alexander FELDBERG, Bütow
Family Nr. 26)
a) Joseph * 1828
b) Lena * 1830
c) Maria * 1832
d) Meyer * 1834
e) Dwaure * 1837
f) Benjamin * 14.5.1839 # 1869 Sara Gottschalk * 1849 (son Aron * 1875 Stolp)
g) Gutkind * 10.10.1841
h) Gumpert * 3.11.1843 + 8.11.1846
i) Golde * 18.4.1846 + 2.5.192 Berlin # Alexander Feldberg
----

Besides I found the names of 2 women. They might be sisters of Meyer and Joseph.

Rebeca SEELIG * 1809 # 25.11.1841 Aron Gottschalk * 1798
Marjane SEELIG * 1810 moved to the City of Koenigsberg in 1826.
Until that time she lived together
with her mother in Stolp.

If I find more Information I will write to you.

Schabbat Schalom and a nice Weekend

from Helga Heilbut, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany HHHeilbut@t-online.de


German SIG #Germany Re: SEELIG from Stolp - INTRO #germany

HHHeilbut@...
 

"Naomi Silverton" <naomisil@ozemail.com.au> asked about Seeligs >from STOLP

Dear Naomi, underneath you'll find the data I found in the Stolp documents.
Israel SEELIG, Handelsmann, * 1747 + 12.4.1824 Stolp
Certificat Royal Government of Prussia >from the City Stargardt from
19.2.1813, living in the village Leba
#
Brendel ADOLF * 1763 (It is not known when and where she died)
/
1) Meyer SEELIG, Handelsmann, * 1791
#
Mala Meila HIRSCH * 1790
a) Mariane * 1819
b) Herrmann * 1821
c) Dore * 1824
d) Victor * 1826
e) David * 1830 This Family moved 1.4.1833 to the village Dammen near Stolp

2) Joseph Israel SEELIG * 1795, Glaser (Glasworker)
#
Hendel FELDBERG * 1802 (Daughter of Joseph Alexander FELDBERG, Bütow
Family Nr. 26)
a) Joseph * 1828
b) Lena * 1830
c) Maria * 1832
d) Meyer * 1834
e) Dwaure * 1837
f) Benjamin * 14.5.1839 # 1869 Sara Gottschalk * 1849 (son Aron * 1875 Stolp)
g) Gutkind * 10.10.1841
h) Gumpert * 3.11.1843 + 8.11.1846
i) Golde * 18.4.1846 + 2.5.192 Berlin # Alexander Feldberg
----

Besides I found the names of 2 women. They might be sisters of Meyer and Joseph.

Rebeca SEELIG * 1809 # 25.11.1841 Aron Gottschalk * 1798
Marjane SEELIG * 1810 moved to the City of Koenigsberg in 1826.
Until that time she lived together
with her mother in Stolp.

If I find more Information I will write to you.

Schabbat Schalom and a nice Weekend

from Helga Heilbut, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany HHHeilbut@t-online.de


Searching: MARKS and FLEMING, England > South Australia, 1830s #general

Peter Sorensen
 

I am seeking information on the persons, families, history and
Jewishness of these people:

William Charles MARKS. Born c.1813, Bromley Common, Kent, England.
Arrived South Australia 22.10.1837 aboard the ship "Hartley" from
London, under Captain Thomas Fewson. Died 25.04.1875, Kensington,
South Australia.

Anne FLEMING. Born possibly 1815 or 1816. Arrived South Australia, as
widow aged 22 with unknown daughter aged 18 months, on 24.06.1838
aboard the ship "Eden" >from Portsmouth, under Captain WD Cooke.
Married William Charles Marks.

I have searched (1) BDM and passenger records, biographical
dictionaries and indexes, and document databases in Australia; (2)
online UK BDM and parish records; (3) Jewish Gen UK databases.

Peter Sorensen
Murray Bridge, South Australia, Australia.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: MARKS and FLEMING, England > South Australia, 1830s #general

Peter Sorensen
 

I am seeking information on the persons, families, history and
Jewishness of these people:

William Charles MARKS. Born c.1813, Bromley Common, Kent, England.
Arrived South Australia 22.10.1837 aboard the ship "Hartley" from
London, under Captain Thomas Fewson. Died 25.04.1875, Kensington,
South Australia.

Anne FLEMING. Born possibly 1815 or 1816. Arrived South Australia, as
widow aged 22 with unknown daughter aged 18 months, on 24.06.1838
aboard the ship "Eden" >from Portsmouth, under Captain WD Cooke.
Married William Charles Marks.

I have searched (1) BDM and passenger records, biographical
dictionaries and indexes, and document databases in Australia; (2)
online UK BDM and parish records; (3) Jewish Gen UK databases.

Peter Sorensen
Murray Bridge, South Australia, Australia.


Tribute to Mathilde Tagger #general

giltrip202@...
 

The May (Spring) issue of AVOTAYNU will be dedicated Mathilde Tagger
who made important contributions to Sephardic genealogy. The
articles will include various aspects of Sephardic Jewry which
should be of interest to all genealogist since finding sources of
their early ancestors has been difficult.

Also the JGSGB (Boston) will present a program on Sephardic research
April 12, 2015 see their website for further information

Marjorie J Short
Boston, MA

Searching information re Sephardic Jews of Peabody, MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Tribute to Mathilde Tagger #general

giltrip202@...
 

The May (Spring) issue of AVOTAYNU will be dedicated Mathilde Tagger
who made important contributions to Sephardic genealogy. The
articles will include various aspects of Sephardic Jewry which
should be of interest to all genealogist since finding sources of
their early ancestors has been difficult.

Also the JGSGB (Boston) will present a program on Sephardic research
April 12, 2015 see their website for further information

Marjorie J Short
Boston, MA

Searching information re Sephardic Jews of Peabody, MA


JGS of Long Island Meeting #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island invites you to join us at our
Sunday, April 26, meeting.

Time: 2:00 PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York
_www.miyjcc.org_ (http://www.miyjcc.org) .

Topic: "How Did Jews get to Europe?"

Speaker: Avraham Groll, Director of Business Operations for JewishGen.

With the decline of Babylonian Jewry in the ninth and tenth centuries, Jews
immigrated to Europe in large numbers. Yet there is evidence of a Jewish
presence in Europe more than 1,000 years earlier. This presentation will
focus on early Jewish settlement in Spain, Germany, France and Italy, using
maps, pictures and documents. It will explore why Jews chose or were
forced to live in these countries where they settled and under what conditions
they lived. The migration patterns of Jews in even earlier
periods, including the division of Israel into two kingdoms, the beginnings of the Jewish
Diaspora, the destruction of the Second Temple in the year 70 CE, and the
transfer of the center of Jewish life to Babylon.

Admission is free and all are welcome.
Our "Mavens" are available at 1:30 PM to take your genealogy questions

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Long Island Meeting #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island invites you to join us at our
Sunday, April 26, meeting.

Time: 2:00 PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York
_www.miyjcc.org_ (http://www.miyjcc.org) .

Topic: "How Did Jews get to Europe?"

Speaker: Avraham Groll, Director of Business Operations for JewishGen.

With the decline of Babylonian Jewry in the ninth and tenth centuries, Jews
immigrated to Europe in large numbers. Yet there is evidence of a Jewish
presence in Europe more than 1,000 years earlier. This presentation will
focus on early Jewish settlement in Spain, Germany, France and Italy, using
maps, pictures and documents. It will explore why Jews chose or were
forced to live in these countries where they settled and under what conditions
they lived. The migration patterns of Jews in even earlier
periods, including the division of Israel into two kingdoms, the beginnings of the Jewish
Diaspora, the destruction of the Second Temple in the year 70 CE, and the
transfer of the center of Jewish life to Babylon.

Admission is free and all are welcome.
Our "Mavens" are available at 1:30 PM to take your genealogy questions

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois Program Sunday, April 26, 2015: "Finding Frida: My Mother's First Cousin, a Holocaust Survivor" #general

events@...
 

Program: Sunday, April 26, 2015
Program starts 2:00 p.m. at Temple Beth-El, 3610 Dundee Road,
Northbrook.

Ken Bravo, vice president of the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies, will speak on “Finding Frida: My Mother’s First
Cousin, a Holocaust Survivor” at the 2 p.m. Sunday, April 26, 2015,
meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois meeting in Temple
Beth-El, 3610 Dundee Road, Northbrook.
The JGSI meeting facilities at Temple Beth-El will open at 12:30 p.m. to
accommodate members who want to use or borrow genealogy library
materials, get help with genealogy websites, or ask genealogical
questions before the main program begins at 2 p.m. For more information,
visit http://jgsi.org/ or phone 312-666-0100.
Bravo will explain how he discovered his mother’s 90+ year old first
cousin and her family. He will discuss his research methodology and tell
the story of how he learned about a previously unknown relative.
“Not only did I not know that she survived the Holocaust, neither I nor
anyone in the family, including my mother or her siblings (all now
deceased), knew about the existence of her mother, my grandfather’s
sister,” Bravo said.
The discovery came after a new search at Yad Vashem, even though many
previous searches had yielded zero results. >from there it moved to
searches in St. Petersburg and the United States. Part of it culminated
in a mini family reunion last June and more is yet to come in Israel
next summer, he said.
In addition to being a member of the board of directors of IAJGS, Bravo
is a past president of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland. He is
also a member of the Ohio Genealogical Society and the East Cuyahoga
Genealogical Society. He is a member of the Association of Professional
Genealogists and has his own business, The Nuts & Bolts of Jewish
Genealogy, to assist others in finding their family histories.
He served as a co-chair of the 2014 IAJGS International Jewish Genealogy
Conference in Salt Lake City. He has been searching his own roots since
the mid-1970s and is a frequent lecturer on a variety of genealogy
subjects.
At the end of 2012, Ken Bravo retired as a partner in the
Cleveland-based law firm of Ulmer & Berne LLP after a 45-year legal
career, which included 12 years with the U.S. Department of Justice
prosecuting major fraud and organized crime cases. After he left the
government in 1979, his career in private practice focused on business
litigation, securities arbitration and the defense of white-collar
criminal matters.

Submitted by Sandra Schon Kiferbaum, JGSI Publicity Vice President


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois Program Sunday, April 26, 2015: "Finding Frida: My Mother's First Cousin, a Holocaust Survivor" #general

events@...
 

Program: Sunday, April 26, 2015
Program starts 2:00 p.m. at Temple Beth-El, 3610 Dundee Road,
Northbrook.

Ken Bravo, vice president of the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies, will speak on “Finding Frida: My Mother’s First
Cousin, a Holocaust Survivor” at the 2 p.m. Sunday, April 26, 2015,
meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois meeting in Temple
Beth-El, 3610 Dundee Road, Northbrook.
The JGSI meeting facilities at Temple Beth-El will open at 12:30 p.m. to
accommodate members who want to use or borrow genealogy library
materials, get help with genealogy websites, or ask genealogical
questions before the main program begins at 2 p.m. For more information,
visit http://jgsi.org/ or phone 312-666-0100.
Bravo will explain how he discovered his mother’s 90+ year old first
cousin and her family. He will discuss his research methodology and tell
the story of how he learned about a previously unknown relative.
“Not only did I not know that she survived the Holocaust, neither I nor
anyone in the family, including my mother or her siblings (all now
deceased), knew about the existence of her mother, my grandfather’s
sister,” Bravo said.
The discovery came after a new search at Yad Vashem, even though many
previous searches had yielded zero results. >from there it moved to
searches in St. Petersburg and the United States. Part of it culminated
in a mini family reunion last June and more is yet to come in Israel
next summer, he said.
In addition to being a member of the board of directors of IAJGS, Bravo
is a past president of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland. He is
also a member of the Ohio Genealogical Society and the East Cuyahoga
Genealogical Society. He is a member of the Association of Professional
Genealogists and has his own business, The Nuts & Bolts of Jewish
Genealogy, to assist others in finding their family histories.
He served as a co-chair of the 2014 IAJGS International Jewish Genealogy
Conference in Salt Lake City. He has been searching his own roots since
the mid-1970s and is a frequent lecturer on a variety of genealogy
subjects.
At the end of 2012, Ken Bravo retired as a partner in the
Cleveland-based law firm of Ulmer & Berne LLP after a 45-year legal
career, which included 12 years with the U.S. Department of Justice
prosecuting major fraud and organized crime cases. After he left the
government in 1979, his career in private practice focused on business
litigation, securities arbitration and the defense of white-collar
criminal matters.

Submitted by Sandra Schon Kiferbaum, JGSI Publicity Vice President


Tribute to Mathilde Tagger #sephardic

Marjorie Short <giltrip202@...>
 

The May (Spring) issue of AVOTAYNU will be dedicated Mathilde Tagger
who made important contributions to Sephardic genealogy. The articles
will include various aspects of Sephardic Jewry which should be of
interest to all genealogist since finding sources of their early
ancestors has been difficult.

Also the JGSGB (Boston) will present a program on Sephardic research
April 12, 2015 see their website for further information

Marjorie J Short
Boston, MA
Searching information re Sephardic Jews of Peabody, MA


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Tribute to Mathilde Tagger #sephardic

Marjorie Short <giltrip202@...>
 

The May (Spring) issue of AVOTAYNU will be dedicated Mathilde Tagger
who made important contributions to Sephardic genealogy. The articles
will include various aspects of Sephardic Jewry which should be of
interest to all genealogist since finding sources of their early
ancestors has been difficult.

Also the JGSGB (Boston) will present a program on Sephardic research
April 12, 2015 see their website for further information

Marjorie J Short
Boston, MA
Searching information re Sephardic Jews of Peabody, MA


It's all happening in Manchester #lithuania

LornaKay <lorna.kay@...>
 

Manchester leads the way: come and see what Manchester has to offer in
the Barmitzvah year of the Manchester Regional Group of the JGSGB.
Bookmark the date of Sunday, 10th May 2015 for our 13th Northern Annual
Conference - full day event with six speakers and a fully supervised
kosher buffet lunch,all for the competitive price of 25 Pounds per
person.

Topics are (1) the latest research results for DNA testing with
Dr Maurice Gleeson
(2) Lithuanian State Archives records with Galina Baranova
(3) Census research with Audrey Collins direct >from TNA in Kew
(4) How to get the best out of newspaper and other media research
with Joel Levy
(5) How American records helped Leigh Dworkin with his search for
his Bubba's family history in Poland
(6) The story of the Stolpersteins - no, this is not a family
name, but a very special type of memorial stones researched by
Errol Gross.

E-mail lorna.kay@talktalk.net for the full programme details and
registration form (no obligation but you might feel tempted!). The
programme document gives a full description of all the speakers and
their topics, information about the venue with its free on-site
parking and even has a very special offer of low cost (but not
low quality) accommodation at the venue for those people coming >from
out of town. Don't delay as the number of rooms are limited.

Lorna Kay
Manchester Regional Group
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain

Researching WEISBERG (Kamenets Podolsk, Pruskurov, Zhvanets - Ukraine)
SEABERG (Tukkums, Sassmacken - Latvia) KAHN (Mitau - Latvia) BLUESTONE
(Roumania) KUTCHINSKY - (Piotrkow - Russian Poland) BRADPIECE (Austria)


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania It's all happening in Manchester #lithuania

LornaKay <lorna.kay@...>
 

Manchester leads the way: come and see what Manchester has to offer in
the Barmitzvah year of the Manchester Regional Group of the JGSGB.
Bookmark the date of Sunday, 10th May 2015 for our 13th Northern Annual
Conference - full day event with six speakers and a fully supervised
kosher buffet lunch,all for the competitive price of 25 Pounds per
person.

Topics are (1) the latest research results for DNA testing with
Dr Maurice Gleeson
(2) Lithuanian State Archives records with Galina Baranova
(3) Census research with Audrey Collins direct >from TNA in Kew
(4) How to get the best out of newspaper and other media research
with Joel Levy
(5) How American records helped Leigh Dworkin with his search for
his Bubba's family history in Poland
(6) The story of the Stolpersteins - no, this is not a family
name, but a very special type of memorial stones researched by
Errol Gross.

E-mail lorna.kay@talktalk.net for the full programme details and
registration form (no obligation but you might feel tempted!). The
programme document gives a full description of all the speakers and
their topics, information about the venue with its free on-site
parking and even has a very special offer of low cost (but not
low quality) accommodation at the venue for those people coming >from
out of town. Don't delay as the number of rooms are limited.

Lorna Kay
Manchester Regional Group
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain

Researching WEISBERG (Kamenets Podolsk, Pruskurov, Zhvanets - Ukraine)
SEABERG (Tukkums, Sassmacken - Latvia) KAHN (Mitau - Latvia) BLUESTONE
(Roumania) KUTCHINSKY - (Piotrkow - Russian Poland) BRADPIECE (Austria)

95741 - 95760 of 661877