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OPPENHEIMERs of 16-17th century Worms #germany

David Dubin <davidmdubin@...>
 

Hi all,

Please help with some stumbling blocks in two families >from which many
of us are descended: the OPPENHEIMERs and the BALLINs of Worms,
Germany. Please help me understand the following about the
OPPENHEIMERs:

1- Ettlinger's Ele Toldot, a fantastic source of information about
Frankfurt Jewry of the 12th -18th centuries, has two contemporary
listings for Loeb OPPENHEIMER, one (died 1574) who was the son of
Majer & Gutlin and who became an apostate named Paulus Renatus, and
one (died 1572 or 1573) without parents listed who was married to
Sorle. All OPPENHEIMER trees that I have come across seem to conflate
the two, making one person, married to Sorle and son of Majer &
Gutlin, thereby extending the ancestor tree a few more generations.
Where is the source for doing so?

2- In the Gruener buch >from Worms (Rosenthal's transcription), two
major figures named (Simon) Wolf OPPENHEIM appear. Both are lauded in
the highest terms. One died in 1596, and one was likely born in about
that year (his parents Josef Jehuda and Frumet married in the 1590s)
and died in 1664. The latter is the grandfather of his namesake of
even greater renown, the banker who died in Hanover in 1726. It stands
to reason that there was a family connection between the two earlier
Simon Wolfs, and it even is likely that the second was named for the
first. Yet I see no listing of the earlier Simon Wolf in any
OPPENHEIMER tree. Does anyone know where he belongs in the family?

Thank you for your help. I will ask about my BALLIN issues in a subsequent post.

David Dubin, Teaneck, NJ davidmdubin@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany OPPENHEIMERs of 16-17th century Worms #germany

David Dubin <davidmdubin@...>
 

Hi all,

Please help with some stumbling blocks in two families >from which many
of us are descended: the OPPENHEIMERs and the BALLINs of Worms,
Germany. Please help me understand the following about the
OPPENHEIMERs:

1- Ettlinger's Ele Toldot, a fantastic source of information about
Frankfurt Jewry of the 12th -18th centuries, has two contemporary
listings for Loeb OPPENHEIMER, one (died 1574) who was the son of
Majer & Gutlin and who became an apostate named Paulus Renatus, and
one (died 1572 or 1573) without parents listed who was married to
Sorle. All OPPENHEIMER trees that I have come across seem to conflate
the two, making one person, married to Sorle and son of Majer &
Gutlin, thereby extending the ancestor tree a few more generations.
Where is the source for doing so?

2- In the Gruener buch >from Worms (Rosenthal's transcription), two
major figures named (Simon) Wolf OPPENHEIM appear. Both are lauded in
the highest terms. One died in 1596, and one was likely born in about
that year (his parents Josef Jehuda and Frumet married in the 1590s)
and died in 1664. The latter is the grandfather of his namesake of
even greater renown, the banker who died in Hanover in 1726. It stands
to reason that there was a family connection between the two earlier
Simon Wolfs, and it even is likely that the second was named for the
first. Yet I see no listing of the earlier Simon Wolf in any
OPPENHEIMER tree. Does anyone know where he belongs in the family?

Thank you for your help. I will ask about my BALLIN issues in a subsequent post.

David Dubin, Teaneck, NJ davidmdubin@gmail.com


Re: proving a close relationship #dna

Michael Goldsmith <michaelg32@...>
 

Israel Pickholtz shows one unique way that a false positive might occur.
This emphasizes why an approach based on the statistically expected amount
of shared DNA can never give a certain answer.
I've also been surprised with negative DNA results in cases where lots of
circumstantial evidence seems to show a definite relationship. I suspect
that a lot of that may be due to orphans gratefully adopting the surnames of
the family that took them in. After all, with the wars and epidemics that
were prevalent in Europe, there must have been many cases of informal
adoption.

Michael Goldsmith
Michaelg32@comcast.net


DNA Research #DNA Re:proving a close relationship #dna

Michael Goldsmith <michaelg32@...>
 

Israel Pickholtz shows one unique way that a false positive might occur.
This emphasizes why an approach based on the statistically expected amount
of shared DNA can never give a certain answer.
I've also been surprised with negative DNA results in cases where lots of
circumstantial evidence seems to show a definite relationship. I suspect
that a lot of that may be due to orphans gratefully adopting the surnames of
the family that took them in. After all, with the wars and epidemics that
were prevalent in Europe, there must have been many cases of informal
adoption.

Michael Goldsmith
Michaelg32@comcast.net


BECKER Family Tree #general

WALTER SPECTOR
 

Hello Genners,

I am trying to make a connection with Michele whose maiden name is Becker and
her husband's name is Scott. She made a contact with my second cousin who is
a Becker. His grandfather and my grandmother were brother and sister.

Our great grandfather had a brother who was Max or Michael. That might be the
link to Michele. I have many brick wall questions about Michael's family.

I have posted a message to Michele via Ancestry's message function but have
not yet received a response.

All assistance is greatly appreciated,

Walter Spector
Philadelphia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BECKER Family Tree #general

WALTER SPECTOR
 

Hello Genners,

I am trying to make a connection with Michele whose maiden name is Becker and
her husband's name is Scott. She made a contact with my second cousin who is
a Becker. His grandfather and my grandmother were brother and sister.

Our great grandfather had a brother who was Max or Michael. That might be the
link to Michele. I have many brick wall questions about Michael's family.

I have posted a message to Michele via Ancestry's message function but have
not yet received a response.

All assistance is greatly appreciated,

Walter Spector
Philadelphia


Kehilalinks sites under development #ukraine

mirnmike@...
 

I am beginning the process to develop Kehilalinks sites for two towns in the
Ukraine: Shepetivka (which our ancestors knew as Shepetovka), and Bilohirya
(which our ancestors knew as Lechovitz). Please contact me if you have any
pertinent information. Examples would include photos taken in these towns
(including family photos), travelogs, directories, articles, letters or
postcards sent >from these towns, and brief family histories. You can reach
me at mirkir59@gmail.com. Thanks!

Miriam Kirshner
San Diego

Researching NOVOSELSKY >from Shepetova, CHEICHENITZ >from Lechovitz, GELLMAN
from Sudilkov, KIRSHNER >from Kishinev and/or ZHITOMER, and WALZER from
Mielnica.


The September issue of the "Galitzianer" #ukraine

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to release the September 2017 issue of the
"Galitzianer."

The featured articles in the current issue are:

from the Editor's Desk by Andrew Zalewski
Research Corner (Vital Records, Holocaust and Jewish Taxpayers
Projects) by Tony Kahane
Project Updates (Josephine & Franciscan Surveys and Jewish
Marriage Permissions 1807) by Andrew Zalewski
Brody's Memorial Books by Boerries Kuzmany
World War II in the Interview with Julian Bussgang
Synagogues of Galicia and Bukovina by Sergey Kravtsov
Map Corner by Jay Osborn
Gesher Galicia-AGAD Symposium by Tony Kahane
38th Jewish Genealogy Conference by Michal Majewski

We hope you will enjoy the new issue of the journal.
The "Galitzianer" is a membership benefit of Gesher Galicia.


Andrew Zalewski
Editor, the Galitzianer
The Quarterly Research Journal of Gesher Galicia


PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS.
Send all inquiries to info@geshergalicia.org


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Kehilalinks sites under development #ukraine

mirnmike@...
 

I am beginning the process to develop Kehilalinks sites for two towns in the
Ukraine: Shepetivka (which our ancestors knew as Shepetovka), and Bilohirya
(which our ancestors knew as Lechovitz). Please contact me if you have any
pertinent information. Examples would include photos taken in these towns
(including family photos), travelogs, directories, articles, letters or
postcards sent >from these towns, and brief family histories. You can reach
me at mirkir59@gmail.com. Thanks!

Miriam Kirshner
San Diego

Researching NOVOSELSKY >from Shepetova, CHEICHENITZ >from Lechovitz, GELLMAN
from Sudilkov, KIRSHNER >from Kishinev and/or ZHITOMER, and WALZER from
Mielnica.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine The September issue of the "Galitzianer" #ukraine

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to release the September 2017 issue of the
"Galitzianer."

The featured articles in the current issue are:

from the Editor's Desk by Andrew Zalewski
Research Corner (Vital Records, Holocaust and Jewish Taxpayers
Projects) by Tony Kahane
Project Updates (Josephine & Franciscan Surveys and Jewish
Marriage Permissions 1807) by Andrew Zalewski
Brody's Memorial Books by Boerries Kuzmany
World War II in the Interview with Julian Bussgang
Synagogues of Galicia and Bukovina by Sergey Kravtsov
Map Corner by Jay Osborn
Gesher Galicia-AGAD Symposium by Tony Kahane
38th Jewish Genealogy Conference by Michal Majewski

We hope you will enjoy the new issue of the journal.
The "Galitzianer" is a membership benefit of Gesher Galicia.


Andrew Zalewski
Editor, the Galitzianer
The Quarterly Research Journal of Gesher Galicia


PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS.
Send all inquiries to info@geshergalicia.org


Re: BRINKER from Stratyn #galicia

Richard Cooper
 

My grateful thanks to everyone who replied to my query.
You've given me some really useful pointers!

Richard Cooper
Midhurst, UK
(NB: not related to any COOPERs - my grandfather changed his surname

from YAROSHEVSKY!)


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re:BRINKER from Stratyn #ukraine

Richard Cooper
 

My grateful thanks to everyone who replied to my query.
You've given me some really useful pointers!

Richard Cooper
Midhurst, UK
(NB: not related to any COOPERs - my grandfather changed his surname

from YAROSHEVSKY!)


Sorting out the names: FELDMAN from Tur'i Remety, Hungary and Scranton, Pennsylvania #hungary

Malka
 

Perhaps someone here can help me.

I have encountered a confusing situation regarding the names of my maternal
great grandparents, Leba FRIEDMAN FELDMAN and Yehudah (Joseph in the USA)
FELDMAN originally >from Tur?I Remety, Hungary and >from the late 1880?s,
Scranton, Pennsylvania. Part of the problem comes >from the fact that their
names and those of their children in Hebrew, Yiddish and English are common
in both places. I do know that in Scranton the family lived at 411 Emmett.
Many of their children lived in New Orleans and Texas. There were Grossman
and perhaps other relatives in Nashville but I am not certain >from which
side of the family, maybe >from both. There were FREED/ FREID/FRIED cousins
in Galveston, Texas but I have not researched that branch ? yet.

My gr-grandmother was Leba FRIEDMAN FEDMAN (parents Benjamin Solomon
FRIEDMAN and Rosa JACOBS or more likely JACOBOVITZ). Her Heb/Yid name was
Leba. This is known in family history and she has many descendants named
Leba. This is the name on her restored matzevah (tombstone) in Scranton,PA.
and in all family references such as obituaries of her children. Yet on
some official BMD records for her family, census reports, City directories,
etc. she is listed as Lena or Lina.
Complicating this is that one of her daughters was Lena. They are both
listed as Lena on the ship manifest of their USA arrival and some census
records (which is not as distressing as those are famous for
misinformation).

My gr-grandfather was Yehudah FELDMAN which is the name on his restored
matzevah and is the family name he was known by and was used for some of his
descendants. All of the USA records I have found list him as Joseph.

Because of this name confusion I am reluctant to do research in any
Hungarian records.

Any suggestions would be welcomed,
Thank you
Malka Lew
New Orleans

Relevant research: FELDMAN, Scranton, Tur?i Remety


Hungary SIG #Hungary Sorting out the names: FELDMAN from Tur'i Remety, Hungary and Scranton, Pennsylvania #hungary

Malka
 

Perhaps someone here can help me.

I have encountered a confusing situation regarding the names of my maternal
great grandparents, Leba FRIEDMAN FELDMAN and Yehudah (Joseph in the USA)
FELDMAN originally >from Tur?I Remety, Hungary and >from the late 1880?s,
Scranton, Pennsylvania. Part of the problem comes >from the fact that their
names and those of their children in Hebrew, Yiddish and English are common
in both places. I do know that in Scranton the family lived at 411 Emmett.
Many of their children lived in New Orleans and Texas. There were Grossman
and perhaps other relatives in Nashville but I am not certain >from which
side of the family, maybe >from both. There were FREED/ FREID/FRIED cousins
in Galveston, Texas but I have not researched that branch ? yet.

My gr-grandmother was Leba FRIEDMAN FEDMAN (parents Benjamin Solomon
FRIEDMAN and Rosa JACOBS or more likely JACOBOVITZ). Her Heb/Yid name was
Leba. This is known in family history and she has many descendants named
Leba. This is the name on her restored matzevah (tombstone) in Scranton,PA.
and in all family references such as obituaries of her children. Yet on
some official BMD records for her family, census reports, City directories,
etc. she is listed as Lena or Lina.
Complicating this is that one of her daughters was Lena. They are both
listed as Lena on the ship manifest of their USA arrival and some census
records (which is not as distressing as those are famous for
misinformation).

My gr-grandfather was Yehudah FELDMAN which is the name on his restored
matzevah and is the family name he was known by and was used for some of his
descendants. All of the USA records I have found list him as Joseph.

Because of this name confusion I am reluctant to do research in any
Hungarian records.

Any suggestions would be welcomed,
Thank you
Malka Lew
New Orleans

Relevant research: FELDMAN, Scranton, Tur?i Remety


Re: Help finding graves in Budapest #hungary

HungarianRoots
 

Dear Joe,

1. Oroklet has that problem. I haven't been able to move the pages 2,
3., etc.
2. MACSE database is NOT complete! Budapest, at the time, had 14
districts. different years of deaths are available for different
districts. SO that may be the reason you don't find those records. If
you know which districts' deaths are available there then you can
manually check for the death in the districts that are missing (on
family search.org).

I have checked for you and 1903 death records have been transcribed by
MACSE only for these districts:
- Current IV. district (formerly Ujpest, not part of Budapest in 1903).
The original district IV. was registered by district V. at the time.
- VI. district

It means you will have to manually check 1903 deaths for districts I.,
II., III., V., VII., VIII., IX., X., XI, XII., XIII., XIV.

I suggest you start with districts V., VII., VIII., IX, XIII. in Pest,
(which were the most Jewish districts or the ones with hospitals.)

Wishing you good luck.


I hope this helps.

Karesz Vandor
genealogist/tour guuide/historian

www.hungarianroots.com
+36-30-546-6950


2017-08-29 19:09 időpontban Joseph Lonstein joelonstein@hotmail.com ezt
írta:

My gggf Jozsef KLEIN (son of Armin/Herman KLEIN and Regina/Roza
GRUNWALD) died in Budapest on February 25, 1903 at the age of 69 years
old. Over the past few weeks I've tried to use the Oroklet website to
find his and other family graves, particularly that of his wife
Maria/Marie/Mari KLEIN nee EISLER. She died between 1903 and 1929,
although after much searching of various possible spellings I cannot
find her death in the MACSE database. I have two questions that I
hope someone can help me with:

First, after entering the search parameters on Oroklet.hu and getting
the beginning of the search results, none of the keys or links move me
off page 1 of the search results. I've tried different web browsers
and every time I click on a number/link to move forward in the search
results, the same page 1 of the results just reloads. Furthermore,
even if I don't search a name but click the letter "K" to look through
the entire database of surnames starting with that letter, the list
of results instead starts with the letter "A" and I cannot move off
that page. Any suggestions for using the Oroklet site? I used the
site many times a few years ago and never had problems.

Second, does anyone know for sure if the MACSE death record database
is complete for the years 1903-1929? Since I cannot find my gggm
Maria KLEIN nee EISLER indexed there, should I assume she didn't die
in Budapest, even through she is very likely buried there? I'm
assuming those years are included in the MACSE database because I
found other deaths there that occurred decades past the period I'm
interested in.

Thanks for any help finding the burial sites of this couple.

Joe Lonstein
East Lansing, Michigan, USA


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Help finding graves in Budapest #hungary

HungarianRoots
 

Dear Joe,

1. Oroklet has that problem. I haven't been able to move the pages 2,
3., etc.
2. MACSE database is NOT complete! Budapest, at the time, had 14
districts. different years of deaths are available for different
districts. SO that may be the reason you don't find those records. If
you know which districts' deaths are available there then you can
manually check for the death in the districts that are missing (on
family search.org).

I have checked for you and 1903 death records have been transcribed by
MACSE only for these districts:
- Current IV. district (formerly Ujpest, not part of Budapest in 1903).
The original district IV. was registered by district V. at the time.
- VI. district

It means you will have to manually check 1903 deaths for districts I.,
II., III., V., VII., VIII., IX., X., XI, XII., XIII., XIV.

I suggest you start with districts V., VII., VIII., IX, XIII. in Pest,
(which were the most Jewish districts or the ones with hospitals.)

Wishing you good luck.


I hope this helps.

Karesz Vandor
genealogist/tour guuide/historian

www.hungarianroots.com
+36-30-546-6950


2017-08-29 19:09 időpontban Joseph Lonstein joelonstein@hotmail.com ezt
írta:

My gggf Jozsef KLEIN (son of Armin/Herman KLEIN and Regina/Roza
GRUNWALD) died in Budapest on February 25, 1903 at the age of 69 years
old. Over the past few weeks I've tried to use the Oroklet website to
find his and other family graves, particularly that of his wife
Maria/Marie/Mari KLEIN nee EISLER. She died between 1903 and 1929,
although after much searching of various possible spellings I cannot
find her death in the MACSE database. I have two questions that I
hope someone can help me with:

First, after entering the search parameters on Oroklet.hu and getting
the beginning of the search results, none of the keys or links move me
off page 1 of the search results. I've tried different web browsers
and every time I click on a number/link to move forward in the search
results, the same page 1 of the results just reloads. Furthermore,
even if I don't search a name but click the letter "K" to look through
the entire database of surnames starting with that letter, the list
of results instead starts with the letter "A" and I cannot move off
that page. Any suggestions for using the Oroklet site? I used the
site many times a few years ago and never had problems.

Second, does anyone know for sure if the MACSE death record database
is complete for the years 1903-1929? Since I cannot find my gggm
Maria KLEIN nee EISLER indexed there, should I assume she didn't die
in Budapest, even through she is very likely buried there? I'm
assuming those years are included in the MACSE database because I
found other deaths there that occurred decades past the period I'm
interested in.

Thanks for any help finding the burial sites of this couple.

Joe Lonstein
East Lansing, Michigan, USA


Berger Family - Csenger Hungary #hungary

gmuenz1955@...
 

My first post here.=20

My family is >from Hungary. My mothers family >from Csenger and my Fathers =
from Budapest. I am 62 and live in Vancouver Canada,
Up until 8 months ago, I knew NOTHING at all about my family. All I knew =
was that my mothers maiden name was BERGER, she was >from Hungary (I did =
not know >from where) and that she had been to Auschwitz. I never =
searched because I assumed I did not have enough data to use.=20

Last year, someone suggested sending what I had to the US Holocaust =
Museum in Washington DC, and I received a large volume of information.=20=


I discovered my Mother was born in Tyukod, and lived in Csenger when the =
Nazis came. I discovered she had also been to Mauthausen. I discovered =
her parents names and both had been murdered on the same day in =
Auschwitz. Over time, I have collected over 237 names of blood relatives =
and in May-June this year, visited Israel and Hungary and met relatives =
I did not know existed. I also visited Tuykod and Csenger. I also =
discovered that my hotel in Budapest was but one house number >from where =
my Father lived!!!! In Israel I attended a yearly memorial to survivors =
and their families >from Csenger, and met two survivors, one >from Csenger =
and one >from Porcsalma.=20

Over time, I discovered my Mother had a sister Olga who was killed in =
Auschwitz with her 3 year old son Peter. I discovered I had an Uncle =
Sandor in Australia who had been to Buchenwald. (All have long passed)
I discovered that my Grandfather had 4 brothers and sisters, one I just =
found online 2 days ago in the FamilkySearch.org microfiche records. I =
discovered Great Grandparents and cousins that are still alive, great =
grandsons of my Great Aunt.=20

I was also advised that my Mother may have had two additional brothers =
who left Hungary before the war. Till today, I did not know their names. =
One of them was called Elemir BERGER and he apparently went to Israel. =
However, I don't know his Hebrew name.=20

So, I am hoping for help in finding an Elemir BERGER. I was told today =
by someone in Israel that knew my family that Elemir had moved to Israel =
before the war.=20


Thanks

Naftali Muenz

Moderator: Please respond off-list unless information is of general interest.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Berger Family - Csenger Hungary #hungary

gmuenz1955@...
 

My first post here.=20

My family is >from Hungary. My mothers family >from Csenger and my Fathers =
from Budapest. I am 62 and live in Vancouver Canada,
Up until 8 months ago, I knew NOTHING at all about my family. All I knew =
was that my mothers maiden name was BERGER, she was >from Hungary (I did =
not know >from where) and that she had been to Auschwitz. I never =
searched because I assumed I did not have enough data to use.=20

Last year, someone suggested sending what I had to the US Holocaust =
Museum in Washington DC, and I received a large volume of information.=20=


I discovered my Mother was born in Tyukod, and lived in Csenger when the =
Nazis came. I discovered she had also been to Mauthausen. I discovered =
her parents names and both had been murdered on the same day in =
Auschwitz. Over time, I have collected over 237 names of blood relatives =
and in May-June this year, visited Israel and Hungary and met relatives =
I did not know existed. I also visited Tuykod and Csenger. I also =
discovered that my hotel in Budapest was but one house number >from where =
my Father lived!!!! In Israel I attended a yearly memorial to survivors =
and their families >from Csenger, and met two survivors, one >from Csenger =
and one >from Porcsalma.=20

Over time, I discovered my Mother had a sister Olga who was killed in =
Auschwitz with her 3 year old son Peter. I discovered I had an Uncle =
Sandor in Australia who had been to Buchenwald. (All have long passed)
I discovered that my Grandfather had 4 brothers and sisters, one I just =
found online 2 days ago in the FamilkySearch.org microfiche records. I =
discovered Great Grandparents and cousins that are still alive, great =
grandsons of my Great Aunt.=20

I was also advised that my Mother may have had two additional brothers =
who left Hungary before the war. Till today, I did not know their names. =
One of them was called Elemir BERGER and he apparently went to Israel. =
However, I don't know his Hebrew name.=20

So, I am hoping for help in finding an Elemir BERGER. I was told today =
by someone in Israel that knew my family that Elemir had moved to Israel =
before the war.=20


Thanks

Naftali Muenz

Moderator: Please respond off-list unless information is of general interest.


New Jewish Genealogical Society for the Capital Region of New York #general

Judy Madnick
 

Are you are interested in tracing your Jewish roots? If so, the
Capital Region (of New York) Jewish Genealogy Society may be an
important resource for you. While there are many national on-line
organizations, nothing can replace a network of people who have
valuable knowledge of the Capital Region and experience in
genealogical research techniques. Whether you are an experienced
genealogist or just beginning your journey, you have an opportunity to
help create and organize the newly formed Capital Region Jewish
Genealogy Society.

Please come to the first meeting at 10 a.m. on September 17, 2017, at
the Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York, 184 Washington Ave.
Extension, Albany, NY 12203. The agenda includes a presentation about
the unique skills that facilitate Jewish genealogical research,
followed by a discussion. The agenda also includes time to talk about
the structure of the organization. Light refreshments will be served.
An October meeting is planned featuring speaker Nolan Altman of
JewishGen (or Jewishgen.org), a non-profit organization affiliated
with the Museum of Jewish Heritage.

Please share this information with anyone who might be interested in
joining. For further information or to confirm your attendance, please
send an email to the Capital Region Jewish Genealogy Society at
crjgs1@gmail.com.
Judy Madnick


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New Jewish Genealogical Society for the Capital Region of New York #general

Judy Madnick
 

Are you are interested in tracing your Jewish roots? If so, the
Capital Region (of New York) Jewish Genealogy Society may be an
important resource for you. While there are many national on-line
organizations, nothing can replace a network of people who have
valuable knowledge of the Capital Region and experience in
genealogical research techniques. Whether you are an experienced
genealogist or just beginning your journey, you have an opportunity to
help create and organize the newly formed Capital Region Jewish
Genealogy Society.

Please come to the first meeting at 10 a.m. on September 17, 2017, at
the Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York, 184 Washington Ave.
Extension, Albany, NY 12203. The agenda includes a presentation about
the unique skills that facilitate Jewish genealogical research,
followed by a discussion. The agenda also includes time to talk about
the structure of the organization. Light refreshments will be served.
An October meeting is planned featuring speaker Nolan Altman of
JewishGen (or Jewishgen.org), a non-profit organization affiliated
with the Museum of Jewish Heritage.

Please share this information with anyone who might be interested in
joining. For further information or to confirm your attendance, please
send an email to the Capital Region Jewish Genealogy Society at
crjgs1@gmail.com.
Judy Madnick

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