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New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #courland #latvia

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA
JewishGen's Success Stories


New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #southafrica

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA
JewishGen's Success Stories


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #courland #latvia

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA
JewishGen's Success Stories


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #southafrica

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA
JewishGen's Success Stories


JewishGen offers Research in Belarus Class October 26 #sephardic

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen will offer a Research in Belarus Class October 26 - November 16

This is a three week course in researching your Belarus ancestors. It
will cover the modern boundaries of Belarus including parts of the former
Lithuania, parts of Latvia and parts of Poland.

This one-on-one personal mentoring class will concentrate on multiple
surnames >from the same District.

Choose your Gubernia and District by checking the Jewish Communities
database or Shtetls of Belarus >from the Belarus SIG website

Class includes downloadable lessons to help you with surnames and given
names, types of records, how to use secondary sources, how to write up
your research and communicate with others.

This is a personal mentoring program where students work one-on-one with
the instructor. Students should have 8-10 hours per week to read the
lessons, search online and interact with the instructor. To meet the
needs of international students this course is open 24/7.

An application should be sent before class begins so that the instructor
can plan strategies to help with your project.

Please answer these questions:
1. The family surnames I want to research are:
2. My family comes >from (Gubernia, District or Shtetl)
3. This is what I know so far: (Names Dates and Places)

The Tuition is $125.
Enrollment is limited.
Registration will close when the course is full.
If you have questions, just ask.
Send your questions and/or application to Nancy Holden
nholden@interserv.com
Instruction Manager, JewishGen


New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #sephardic

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA
JewishGen's Success Stories


JewishGen offers Research in Belarus Class October 26 #yizkorbooks

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen will offer a Research in Belarus Class October 26 - November 16

This is a three week course in researching your Belarus ancestors. It
will cover the modern boundaries of Belarus including parts of the former
Lithuania, parts of Latvia and parts of Poland.

This one-on-one personal mentoring class will concentrate on multiple
surnames >from the same District.

Choose your Gubernia and District by checking the Jewish Communities
database or Shtetls of Belarus >from the Belarus SIG website

Class includes downloadable lessons to help you with surnames and given
names, types of records, how to use secondary sources, how to write up
your research and communicate with others.

This is a personal mentoring program where students work one-on-one with
the instructor. Students should have 8-10 hours per week to read the
lessons, search online and interact with the instructor. To meet the
needs of international students this course is open 24/7.

An application should be sent before class begins so that the instructor
can plan strategies to help with your project.

Please answer these questions:
1. The family surnames I want to research are:
2. My family comes >from (Gubernia, District or Shtetl)
3. This is what I know so far: (Names Dates and Places)

The Tuition is $125.
Enrollment is limited.
Registration will close when the course is full.
If you have questions, just ask.
Send your questions and/or application to Nancy Holden
nholden@interserv.com
Instruction Manager, JewishGen


New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #yizkorbooks

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA
JewishGen's Success Stories


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim JewishGen offers Research in Belarus Class October 26 #sephardic

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen will offer a Research in Belarus Class October 26 - November 16

This is a three week course in researching your Belarus ancestors. It
will cover the modern boundaries of Belarus including parts of the former
Lithuania, parts of Latvia and parts of Poland.

This one-on-one personal mentoring class will concentrate on multiple
surnames >from the same District.

Choose your Gubernia and District by checking the Jewish Communities
database or Shtetls of Belarus >from the Belarus SIG website

Class includes downloadable lessons to help you with surnames and given
names, types of records, how to use secondary sources, how to write up
your research and communicate with others.

This is a personal mentoring program where students work one-on-one with
the instructor. Students should have 8-10 hours per week to read the
lessons, search online and interact with the instructor. To meet the
needs of international students this course is open 24/7.

An application should be sent before class begins so that the instructor
can plan strategies to help with your project.

Please answer these questions:
1. The family surnames I want to research are:
2. My family comes >from (Gubernia, District or Shtetl)
3. This is what I know so far: (Names Dates and Places)

The Tuition is $125.
Enrollment is limited.
Registration will close when the course is full.
If you have questions, just ask.
Send your questions and/or application to Nancy Holden
nholden@interserv.com
Instruction Manager, JewishGen


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #sephardic

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA
JewishGen's Success Stories


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks JewishGen offers Research in Belarus Class October 26 #yizkorbooks

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen will offer a Research in Belarus Class October 26 - November 16

This is a three week course in researching your Belarus ancestors. It
will cover the modern boundaries of Belarus including parts of the former
Lithuania, parts of Latvia and parts of Poland.

This one-on-one personal mentoring class will concentrate on multiple
surnames >from the same District.

Choose your Gubernia and District by checking the Jewish Communities
database or Shtetls of Belarus >from the Belarus SIG website

Class includes downloadable lessons to help you with surnames and given
names, types of records, how to use secondary sources, how to write up
your research and communicate with others.

This is a personal mentoring program where students work one-on-one with
the instructor. Students should have 8-10 hours per week to read the
lessons, search online and interact with the instructor. To meet the
needs of international students this course is open 24/7.

An application should be sent before class begins so that the instructor
can plan strategies to help with your project.

Please answer these questions:
1. The family surnames I want to research are:
2. My family comes >from (Gubernia, District or Shtetl)
3. This is what I know so far: (Names Dates and Places)

The Tuition is $125.
Enrollment is limited.
Registration will close when the course is full.
If you have questions, just ask.
Send your questions and/or application to Nancy Holden
nholden@interserv.com
Instruction Manager, JewishGen


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #yizkorbooks

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA
JewishGen's Success Stories


GerSIG's Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer lecture on preserving your family papers #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

The Capital Region Jewish Genealogical Society (CRJGS) is pleased to
announce Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer as the guest speaker for our
October meeting. Her presentation will be "Preserving Your Family
Papers, Photographs, Books, and Digital Materials for Future Generations".

[Time and place information below.]

Genealogy is not just about finding relatives. Many of us have
inherited fragile and sentimental photos, papers, photographs and
books >from our family. How can we best keep these materials for
future generations? Get those items out of your desk drawers,
cardboard boxes and folders and start doing it right!

Christine will teach us about archivally sound methods and materials
for storing and preserving family history items. The presentation
will cover causes of deterioration, materials to use and avoid,
choosing a location to store items, selecting safe photograph albums,
dealing with mold and mildew, storing digital files, and much more.

Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer, MLS, has a master's degree in library
science and a graduate certificate in archives. Most recently,
Christine was the reference librarian and archivist at The Culinary
Institute of America for eleven years. She has been doing genealogical
research since 1979, and was Vice President for Programs and Vice
President for Publicity for the Dutchess County Genealogical Society
from 1988 to 2018. She is Vice-Chairman for Lineage Research for
District IX, NSDAR, New York State and a member of several
genealogical and professional societies, including the Association of
Professional Genealogists, the Genealogical Speakers Guild, the
National Genealogical Society, and state and local societies.
Christine lives in Dutchess County with her husband and three cats.

When: October 21, 2018 @ 1:30 PM
Where: Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York, 184 Washington Ave.
Ext., Albany, NY 12203

RSVP to crjgs1@gmail.com.

GerSIG Moderator for Susan Kugler, Secretary -
Capital Region Jewish Genealogical Society (CRJGS)


New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #germany

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA - JewishGen's Success Stories


JewishGen offers Research in Belarus Class October 26 #scandinavia

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen will offer a Research in Belarus Class October 26 - November 16

This is a three week course in researching your Belarus ancestors. It
will cover the modern boundaries of Belarus including parts of the former
Lithuania, parts of Latvia and parts of Poland.

This one-on-one personal mentoring class will concentrate on multiple
surnames >from the same District.

Choose your Gubernia and District by checking the Jewish Communities
database or Shtetls of Belarus >from the Belarus SIG website

Class includes downloadable lessons to help you with surnames and given
names, types of records, how to use secondary sources, how to write up
your research and communicate with others.

This is a personal mentoring program where students work one-on-one with
the instructor. Students should have 8-10 hours per week to read the
lessons, search online and interact with the instructor. To meet the
needs of international students this course is open 24/7.

An application should be sent before class begins so that the instructor
can plan strategies to help with your project.

Please answer these questions:
1. The family surnames I want to research are:
2. My family comes >from (Gubernia, District or Shtetl)
3. This is what I know so far: (Names Dates and Places)

The Tuition is $125.
Enrollment is limited.
Registration will close when the course is full.
If you have questions, just ask.
Send your questions and/or application to Nancy Holden
nholden@interserv.com
Instruction Manager, JewishGen


New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #scandinavia

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA
JewishGen's Success Stories


German SIG #Germany GerSIG's Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer lecture on preserving your family papers #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

The Capital Region Jewish Genealogical Society (CRJGS) is pleased to
announce Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer as the guest speaker for our
October meeting. Her presentation will be "Preserving Your Family
Papers, Photographs, Books, and Digital Materials for Future Generations".

[Time and place information below.]

Genealogy is not just about finding relatives. Many of us have
inherited fragile and sentimental photos, papers, photographs and
books >from our family. How can we best keep these materials for
future generations? Get those items out of your desk drawers,
cardboard boxes and folders and start doing it right!

Christine will teach us about archivally sound methods and materials
for storing and preserving family history items. The presentation
will cover causes of deterioration, materials to use and avoid,
choosing a location to store items, selecting safe photograph albums,
dealing with mold and mildew, storing digital files, and much more.

Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer, MLS, has a master's degree in library
science and a graduate certificate in archives. Most recently,
Christine was the reference librarian and archivist at The Culinary
Institute of America for eleven years. She has been doing genealogical
research since 1979, and was Vice President for Programs and Vice
President for Publicity for the Dutchess County Genealogical Society
from 1988 to 2018. She is Vice-Chairman for Lineage Research for
District IX, NSDAR, New York State and a member of several
genealogical and professional societies, including the Association of
Professional Genealogists, the Genealogical Speakers Guild, the
National Genealogical Society, and state and local societies.
Christine lives in Dutchess County with her husband and three cats.

When: October 21, 2018 @ 1:30 PM
Where: Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York, 184 Washington Ave.
Ext., Albany, NY 12203

RSVP to crjgs1@gmail.com.

GerSIG Moderator for Susan Kugler, Secretary -
Capital Region Jewish Genealogical Society (CRJGS)


German SIG #Germany New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #germany

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA - JewishGen's Success Stories


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia JewishGen offers Research in Belarus Class October 26 #scandinavia

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen will offer a Research in Belarus Class October 26 - November 16

This is a three week course in researching your Belarus ancestors. It
will cover the modern boundaries of Belarus including parts of the former
Lithuania, parts of Latvia and parts of Poland.

This one-on-one personal mentoring class will concentrate on multiple
surnames >from the same District.

Choose your Gubernia and District by checking the Jewish Communities
database or Shtetls of Belarus >from the Belarus SIG website

Class includes downloadable lessons to help you with surnames and given
names, types of records, how to use secondary sources, how to write up
your research and communicate with others.

This is a personal mentoring program where students work one-on-one with
the instructor. Students should have 8-10 hours per week to read the
lessons, search online and interact with the instructor. To meet the
needs of international students this course is open 24/7.

An application should be sent before class begins so that the instructor
can plan strategies to help with your project.

Please answer these questions:
1. The family surnames I want to research are:
2. My family comes >from (Gubernia, District or Shtetl)
3. This is what I know so far: (Names Dates and Places)

The Tuition is $125.
Enrollment is limited.
Registration will close when the course is full.
If you have questions, just ask.
Send your questions and/or application to Nancy Holden
nholden@interserv.com
Instruction Manager, JewishGen


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia New Success Stories Posted to JewishGen #scandinavia

Nancy Siegel
 

Be sure to read the new stories recently published to our Success
Stories webpage. You can access these accounts >from the "About Us"
button on the website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/

**Joshua Grayson finds that his ability to read pre-revolutionary
Russian cursive writing is the key to unlocking the history of his
grandfather's family.

**When Douglas Sarbach learns that his dad's father was buried in a
Jewish cemetery in Leavenworth, Kansas, he begins to wonder. He
especially wonders why his family was Methodist and launches the
search for his father's Jewish roots.

**Ronald Miller becomes hooked on genealogy when searching for the
truth behind his grandfather's surname. He learns that the 1920 US
Census entry is mostly incorrect as he works to untangle the true
surname >from the many variations on the vital records he discovers.

We hope these new stories, and the stories in our archives, serve to
inspire and inform. We encourage you to submit your own success
stories to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org.

Nancy Siegel, Editor; San Francisco, CA
Colin Mathias Justin, Webmaster; Walla Walla, WA
JewishGen's Success Stories

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