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Re: Where is Kineriskes? #lithuania

bentsion <bentsion@...>
 

Ten years ago I looked too for Kinerishki, where my great-grandfather Chaim
Ezra LANGLEBEN was born. I asked many people in Godleva (Alexotas district)
and at last they took me to a 95 years old woman. Alas, she also couldn't
tell me the location of this Kinerishki (she remembered Kinderishki, but it
is a different nearby village). I concluded that it was a very small
township, let's say a street or two in Godleva, which vanished maybe in WWI.
Therefore there are no traces anymore to Kinerishki.

Ben-Tsion Klibansky

-----Original Message-----

Subject: [litvaksig] Where is Kineriskes?

I recently had the pleasure of finding the death record for one of my great-
great-grandfather's in the LitvakSIG database. The man in question was
Iudel BLAKHARZH. A comment with the record says, "Resident of Kineriskes
village, Aleksotas area." Other relatives are >from this same village as
well, and there are notes on other records in the database that indicate
that it is on the "outskirts of Aleksotas". It seems to also have been
referred to as Kineriskia and Kineriski.

I was unable to find it using Jewishgen's town finder tool. I am familiar
with Aleksotas and its location on the south side of the Nemen River across
from Kaunas' Old Town. Based on the description I would guess Kineriskes is
somewhere within Kaunas city limits today, but where exactly was this
village relative to other locations of interest in the late nineteenth
century? Ideally I would love a digital image of a historical map that
included this village by name.

Thank you for any help.

Seth Bittker

Researching:
REZNITSY, LINKOVSKY - Babtai
BITTKER, BLAKHARZH, TOKARSKY, LEIBOVITCH - Aleksotas GROSSMAN, MIROSLOVSKI -
Prienai ROTH - Onod HIPSCH, VEIS - Hernadszentandras


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania RE: Where is Kineriskes? #lithuania

bentsion <bentsion@...>
 

Ten years ago I looked too for Kinerishki, where my great-grandfather Chaim
Ezra LANGLEBEN was born. I asked many people in Godleva (Alexotas district)
and at last they took me to a 95 years old woman. Alas, she also couldn't
tell me the location of this Kinerishki (she remembered Kinderishki, but it
is a different nearby village). I concluded that it was a very small
township, let's say a street or two in Godleva, which vanished maybe in WWI.
Therefore there are no traces anymore to Kinerishki.

Ben-Tsion Klibansky

-----Original Message-----

Subject: [litvaksig] Where is Kineriskes?

I recently had the pleasure of finding the death record for one of my great-
great-grandfather's in the LitvakSIG database. The man in question was
Iudel BLAKHARZH. A comment with the record says, "Resident of Kineriskes
village, Aleksotas area." Other relatives are >from this same village as
well, and there are notes on other records in the database that indicate
that it is on the "outskirts of Aleksotas". It seems to also have been
referred to as Kineriskia and Kineriski.

I was unable to find it using Jewishgen's town finder tool. I am familiar
with Aleksotas and its location on the south side of the Nemen River across
from Kaunas' Old Town. Based on the description I would guess Kineriskes is
somewhere within Kaunas city limits today, but where exactly was this
village relative to other locations of interest in the late nineteenth
century? Ideally I would love a digital image of a historical map that
included this village by name.

Thank you for any help.

Seth Bittker

Researching:
REZNITSY, LINKOVSKY - Babtai
BITTKER, BLAKHARZH, TOKARSKY, LEIBOVITCH - Aleksotas GROSSMAN, MIROSLOVSKI -
Prienai ROTH - Onod HIPSCH, VEIS - Hernadszentandras


LitvakSIG Elections 2016 #lithuania

Barry Halpern
 

Elections ballots were sent out on the 23rd of July. If you are a
dues-paying member of LitvakSIG and have not received your ballot
via e-mail, please let me know privately.

Please cast your vote!

Barry Halpern, Chair, Election Committee
barry.halpern@gmail.com


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania LitvakSIG Elections 2016 #lithuania

Barry Halpern
 

Elections ballots were sent out on the 23rd of July. If you are a
dues-paying member of LitvakSIG and have not received your ballot
via e-mail, please let me know privately.

Please cast your vote!

Barry Halpern, Chair, Election Committee
barry.halpern@gmail.com


Looking for another passenger manifest #poland

David Ellis
 

My gf Benjamin FINKEL came to the United States as a baby with his mother
Reizel in 1901 or 1902 >from the town of Kuznica, Poland. I have a copy of
their immigration manifest saying that they were sponsored by Reizel's
husband, my g-gf Leib FINKEL, who was living on Ludlow Street in New York
and who must have come over first. However, I have been unable to find
Leib's manifest. I would appreciate suggestions to help me locate the right
record.

Here's an interesting piece of the puzzle: my g-gf Leib's birth record says
he was born in Mogilev (now Belarus) with the name Leib DUBROVSKI. The
family story is that he ran away >from home as a teenager to evade
conscription and was taken in by a widow named FINKEL whose son had died.
She passed him off as her son, and he took her surname.

Please respond privately by e-mail (address below). Thanks very much!

------
David J Ellis
Natick, MA 01760
djemkitso@verizon.net


JRI Poland #Poland Looking for another passenger manifest #poland

David Ellis
 

My gf Benjamin FINKEL came to the United States as a baby with his mother
Reizel in 1901 or 1902 >from the town of Kuznica, Poland. I have a copy of
their immigration manifest saying that they were sponsored by Reizel's
husband, my g-gf Leib FINKEL, who was living on Ludlow Street in New York
and who must have come over first. However, I have been unable to find
Leib's manifest. I would appreciate suggestions to help me locate the right
record.

Here's an interesting piece of the puzzle: my g-gf Leib's birth record says
he was born in Mogilev (now Belarus) with the name Leib DUBROVSKI. The
family story is that he ran away >from home as a teenager to evade
conscription and was taken in by a widow named FINKEL whose son had died.
She passed him off as her son, and he took her surname.

Please respond privately by e-mail (address below). Thanks very much!

------
David J Ellis
Natick, MA 01760
djemkitso@verizon.net


If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #poland

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly.

See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs:
Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


JRI Poland #Poland If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #poland

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly.

See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs:
Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


Holocaust-period records now available to members of Gesher Galicia #poland

Tony Kahane <tkahane@...>
 

Gesher Galicia recently announced the completed indexing and uploading
onto the freely searchable All Galicia Database of two important sets
of Holocaust-period records:

- Debica-area Holocaust-period death testimonies, held in the Rzeszow
State Archive
These are testimonies, provided by people who survived, of Jews who
died during the Holocaust - all but a handful of them murdered. They
were gathered after the end of the war in Europe.

We should have mentioned earlier that Gesher Galicia is indebted to
Russ Maurer and Mark Jacobson for their valuable work on these
records.

- Doctors' Questionnaires, 1941-1943, >from the Przemysl State Archive
and AGAD, Warsaw
These are detailed, four-page forms (some with face photos) that
Jewish medical and health-care workers were obliged to complete under
the Nazi occupation. The people named included doctors, dentists,
dental technicians, nurses, midwives, radiologists, cosmeticians,
medical students and others.

Gesher Galicia is pleased to be able to announce that we have put both
these sets of page images, with their spreadsheets of indexes, into a
new Galician Holocaust Records section of the Members' Portal on the
Gesher Galicia web site. Currently paid-up members of Gesher Galicia
(and only they) will therefore be able to view these documents freely,
for their personal use.

To join Gesher Galicia, please go to:
http://www.geshergalicia.org/membership/

Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
http://www.geshergalicia.org/


JRI Poland #Poland Holocaust-period records now available to members of Gesher Galicia #poland

Tony Kahane <tkahane@...>
 

Gesher Galicia recently announced the completed indexing and uploading
onto the freely searchable All Galicia Database of two important sets
of Holocaust-period records:

- Debica-area Holocaust-period death testimonies, held in the Rzeszow
State Archive
These are testimonies, provided by people who survived, of Jews who
died during the Holocaust - all but a handful of them murdered. They
were gathered after the end of the war in Europe.

We should have mentioned earlier that Gesher Galicia is indebted to
Russ Maurer and Mark Jacobson for their valuable work on these
records.

- Doctors' Questionnaires, 1941-1943, >from the Przemysl State Archive
and AGAD, Warsaw
These are detailed, four-page forms (some with face photos) that
Jewish medical and health-care workers were obliged to complete under
the Nazi occupation. The people named included doctors, dentists,
dental technicians, nurses, midwives, radiologists, cosmeticians,
medical students and others.

Gesher Galicia is pleased to be able to announce that we have put both
these sets of page images, with their spreadsheets of indexes, into a
new Galician Holocaust Records section of the Members' Portal on the
Gesher Galicia web site. Currently paid-up members of Gesher Galicia
(and only they) will therefore be able to view these documents freely,
for their personal use.

To join Gesher Galicia, please go to:
http://www.geshergalicia.org/membership/

Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
http://www.geshergalicia.org/


If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #france

bounce-3182459-772957@...
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly.

See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs:
Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


French SIG #France If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #france

bounce-3182459-772957@...
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly.

See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs:
Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #usa

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly.

See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs:
Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


Early American SIG #USA If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #usa

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly.

See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs:
Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #germany

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly. See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs: Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


German SIG #Germany If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #germany

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly. See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs: Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #yiddish

bounce-3182459-772983@...
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly.

See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs:
Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #yiddish

bounce-3182459-772983@...
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly.

See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs:
Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #latvia #courland

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly.

See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs:
Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia If you can't get to the IAJGS Conference #courland #latvia

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

We have two great opportunities for you. Both of these are available
through the conference website under "New Registration." Yes, even if
you can't get to the conference, the only way to purchase anything is
through registration. We have to know who you are and we have to be able
to make sure we can contact you if we need to.

1) You can still purchase LIVE! (and you will be able to throughout the
conference and afterwards. the advantage to purchasing now is that you
can view the sessions as they are happening through LIVE! streaming.
Can't arrange your schedule to fit our sessions? No worries - LIVE! for
those who purchase it, is available after the conference is over, on
demand for 90 days - that means you can pick the sessions yo want to
hear (maybe all of the ones on LIVE!) and listen to them as many time as
you want for 90 days.

Check out the conference program to see which sessions are LIVE! from
the conference website. LIVE! is sponsored by Family Search.

2) If you are in Seattle and can't make the conference, why don't you
join us for the opening session on Sunday evening, August 7, and stay
for a fantastic dessert reception. The keynote speaker, Dr. Devin Naar
is sponsored by MyHeritage, and the dessert reception fllowing is
sponsored by Ancestry.com

Both LIVE! and the Keynote/dessert reception are available through the
conference registration. Go to the conference website at
http://www.iajgs2016.org/ . Choose programs to check out what wil be
LIVE! Go to registration and choose "new registration to purchase LIVE!
and tickets to the keynote and dessert reception.

Contact the conference chairs (if you need to) through the website.
Better idea - figure out which department you really need information
from under "About" and then "contacts" and contact the person you need
information >from directly.

See you in Seattle

Conference co-chairs:
Janette Silverman, Chuck Weinstein, Phyllis Grossman

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