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Re: Yad Vashem database #france

bartmant@charter.net <bartmant@...>
 

Excellent, your absolutely right. I had my wife who can read Hebrew pretty
well look at the original POT, and it says there in small print that he
went to Siberia. If the English translation can just be changed to note
that he was arrested by the Soviets and sent to Siberia that would be
great. I just felt in this case it was important to get the historical
circumstances of his death right. A sizeable number of Jews >from Eastern

Poland were sent by the Soviets to Siberia between 1939-41. For many it
turned out to be a blessing in disguise because then they were not in
Eastern Poland when the Germans invaded in June of 1941. However,
conditions in Soviet labor camps in Siberia were very poor indeed and there
was a pretty high mortality rate. Some like Hersh Mirski were arrested
because they were zionist activists, many of whom were desprate to get out
of Eastern Poland in 1939. Others were Jews who simply had the wrong
socio-economic profile. In my families town the Soviet Commissar was a
Jew. Some Jews were active in the Milita and the Soviet administrative
structure, and many young Jews participated enthusiastically in the Soviet
youth organizations and were strongly influenced by the Soviet propaganda.

The towns wooden synagogue was closed and the religious life became the
province primarily of the elderly who retreated to the small Biet
Hamidrash. Several days before the German Invasion the Jewish Commissar
of the town was ready to expropriate part of the towns Jewish cemetery in
order to expand the property of a small Soviet Military Airport that was
built on the edge of the town. Jews were among both the victims and the
perpitrators of the terror that was visited upon as many as 1.5 million
Polish citizens regradless of their religion or ethnic background, but
which it appears was concentrated on the "upper crust" of Polish Catholic
Society in Soviet occupied Poland. I think I view Hirsh Mirski as a victim
of both Soviet and Nazi Policy. But I personally would not regard him as
"shoa" victim.

Tilford Bartman, www.zabludow.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Yad Vashem database #general

bartmant@charter.net <bartmant@...>
 

Excellent, your absolutely right. I had my wife who can read Hebrew pretty
well look at the original POT, and it says there in small print that he
went to Siberia. If the English translation can just be changed to note
that he was arrested by the Soviets and sent to Siberia that would be
great. I just felt in this case it was important to get the historical
circumstances of his death right. A sizeable number of Jews >from Eastern

Poland were sent by the Soviets to Siberia between 1939-41. For many it
turned out to be a blessing in disguise because then they were not in
Eastern Poland when the Germans invaded in June of 1941. However,
conditions in Soviet labor camps in Siberia were very poor indeed and there
was a pretty high mortality rate. Some like Hersh Mirski were arrested
because they were zionist activists, many of whom were desprate to get out
of Eastern Poland in 1939. Others were Jews who simply had the wrong
socio-economic profile. In my families town the Soviet Commissar was a
Jew. Some Jews were active in the Milita and the Soviet administrative
structure, and many young Jews participated enthusiastically in the Soviet
youth organizations and were strongly influenced by the Soviet propaganda.

The towns wooden synagogue was closed and the religious life became the
province primarily of the elderly who retreated to the small Biet
Hamidrash. Several days before the German Invasion the Jewish Commissar
of the town was ready to expropriate part of the towns Jewish cemetery in
order to expand the property of a small Soviet Military Airport that was
built on the edge of the town. Jews were among both the victims and the
perpitrators of the terror that was visited upon as many as 1.5 million
Polish citizens regradless of their religion or ethnic background, but
which it appears was concentrated on the "upper crust" of Polish Catholic
Society in Soviet occupied Poland. I think I view Hirsh Mirski as a victim
of both Soviet and Nazi Policy. But I personally would not regard him as
"shoa" victim.

Tilford Bartman, www.zabludow.com


Conference Resource Room material req #ciechanow #poland

Stan Zeidenberg
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of NYC, Inc., will host the 26th Annual
Conference on Jewish Genealogy in New York City, August 13 - 18, 2006. A
highlight of the Conference will be the Resource Room located at the
Conference hotel. In addition to providing the Conference attendees with
an "on-site" basic research library, the Resource Room will showcase
research projects >from Jewish genealogical organizations and societies,
their members, and independent researchers throughout the world. The
Resource Room Committee is requesting contributions of genealogical
materials, which would be useful and informative to the Conference
attendees, especially those that are unique or unusual, including
works-in-progress and pre-release databases. In particular, the Committee
is requesting printed or computerized copies of indexes, databases,
unpublished manuscripts and private collections, in addition to
commercially published books and maps.

All hard-copy materials loaned to the Resource Room should be bound (i.e.
no loose papers) and will be returned immediately after the Conference has
ended. Material in electronic form and computer databases should be
compatible with Microsoft Office programs. If you have materials to
contribute to the Resource Room, please send a description of those items
to the Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org or the address below as soon
as convenient so we can proceed with our planning. The Resource Room
Committee will contact all contributors regarding arrangements to obtain
the materials prior to the Conference and to return them afterwards. Be
assured that appropriate security measures will be taken to protect all
loaned resources, however please provide copies of your material, not the
originals.

The Resource Room will also host the volunteer translators. If you can
spend a few hours during the Conference to help attendees translate their
materials, please let us know which languages you can translate, and we
will set up a schedule convenient to you.

Any further inquiries should be addressed to the Resource Room Committee
at resources@jgsny2006.org
Stew Driller,
Michael Pertain,
Co-Chairman, Resource Room Committee


#Ciechanow #Poland Conference Resource Room material req #ciechanow #poland

Stan Zeidenberg
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of NYC, Inc., will host the 26th Annual
Conference on Jewish Genealogy in New York City, August 13 - 18, 2006. A
highlight of the Conference will be the Resource Room located at the
Conference hotel. In addition to providing the Conference attendees with
an "on-site" basic research library, the Resource Room will showcase
research projects >from Jewish genealogical organizations and societies,
their members, and independent researchers throughout the world. The
Resource Room Committee is requesting contributions of genealogical
materials, which would be useful and informative to the Conference
attendees, especially those that are unique or unusual, including
works-in-progress and pre-release databases. In particular, the Committee
is requesting printed or computerized copies of indexes, databases,
unpublished manuscripts and private collections, in addition to
commercially published books and maps.

All hard-copy materials loaned to the Resource Room should be bound (i.e.
no loose papers) and will be returned immediately after the Conference has
ended. Material in electronic form and computer databases should be
compatible with Microsoft Office programs. If you have materials to
contribute to the Resource Room, please send a description of those items
to the Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org or the address below as soon
as convenient so we can proceed with our planning. The Resource Room
Committee will contact all contributors regarding arrangements to obtain
the materials prior to the Conference and to return them afterwards. Be
assured that appropriate security measures will be taken to protect all
loaned resources, however please provide copies of your material, not the
originals.

The Resource Room will also host the volunteer translators. If you can
spend a few hours during the Conference to help attendees translate their
materials, please let us know which languages you can translate, and we
will set up a schedule convenient to you.

Any further inquiries should be addressed to the Resource Room Committee
at resources@jgsny2006.org
Stew Driller,
Michael Pertain,
Co-Chairman, Resource Room Committee


SITE CITE: Jewish cemeteries of Poland #poland

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

http://www.kirkuty.xip.pl/index.htm

is a new site that has information about, and recent pictures of, many
cemeteries in today's Poland.

This (to date) includes the former German cities and towns of

Breslau (Wroclaw),
Ottmuchau (Ottmuchow),
Alt-Berun (Bierun Stary),
Peiskretscham (Pyskowice),
Zuelz (Biala),
Leschnitz (Lesnica),
Pless (Pszczyna),
Tost (Toszek),
Neumarkt (Sroda Slaska),
Schlichtingsheim (Szlychtyngowa),
Danzig (Gdansk),
Zielenzig (Sulecin),
Meseritz (Miedzrzecz),
Tremessen (Trzemeszno),
Tirschtiegel (Trzciel),
Schwerin/Warthe (Skwierzyna),
Betsche (Pszczew),
Drossen (Osno Lubuskie),
Braetz (Brojce),
and
Thorn (Torun).

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ


JRI Poland #Poland SITE CITE: Jewish cemeteries of Poland #poland

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

http://www.kirkuty.xip.pl/index.htm

is a new site that has information about, and recent pictures of, many
cemeteries in today's Poland.

This (to date) includes the former German cities and towns of

Breslau (Wroclaw),
Ottmuchau (Ottmuchow),
Alt-Berun (Bierun Stary),
Peiskretscham (Pyskowice),
Zuelz (Biala),
Leschnitz (Lesnica),
Pless (Pszczyna),
Tost (Toszek),
Neumarkt (Sroda Slaska),
Schlichtingsheim (Szlychtyngowa),
Danzig (Gdansk),
Zielenzig (Sulecin),
Meseritz (Miedzrzecz),
Tremessen (Trzemeszno),
Tirschtiegel (Trzciel),
Schwerin/Warthe (Skwierzyna),
Betsche (Pszczew),
Drossen (Osno Lubuskie),
Braetz (Brojce),
and
Thorn (Torun).

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ


Re: Bialystok meetings at the NY Convention #poland

Bialystoker
 

Dear Batya and other BialyGenners:

YES, the BialyGen SIG will have its Third Annual meeting during the
IAJGS Conference in New York City in August. The Conference organizers
know of our needs, but the date and time have not yet been scheduled.

For those attending the Conference, please let me know what subjects you
are interested in covering at this meeting.

See you in NYC in August.

Mark Halpern
BialyGen Coordinator
www.jewishgen.org/BialyGen/index.htm

----- Original Message -----
Will there be any time/place set up for people interested in the
Bialystock region to meet at the IAJGS Conference this summer?

Batya Matzkin Olsen,
Concord, Massachusetts USA
batyaolsen@gmail.com


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Re: Bialystok meetings at the NY Convention #poland

Bialystoker
 

Dear Batya and other BialyGenners:

YES, the BialyGen SIG will have its Third Annual meeting during the
IAJGS Conference in New York City in August. The Conference organizers
know of our needs, but the date and time have not yet been scheduled.

For those attending the Conference, please let me know what subjects you
are interested in covering at this meeting.

See you in NYC in August.

Mark Halpern
BialyGen Coordinator
www.jewishgen.org/BialyGen/index.htm

----- Original Message -----
Will there be any time/place set up for people interested in the
Bialystock region to meet at the IAJGS Conference this summer?

Batya Matzkin Olsen,
Concord, Massachusetts USA
batyaolsen@gmail.com


Conference Resource Room material request #courland #latvia

Resource Room Committee <resources@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of NYC, Inc., will host the 26th Annual
Conference on Jewish Genealogy in New York City, August 13 - 18, 2006.
A highlight of the Conference will be the Resource Room located at the
Conference hotel. In addition to providing the Conference attendees
with an "on-site" basic research library, the Resource Room will
showcase research projects >from Jewish genealogical organizations and
societies, their members, and independent researchers throughout the
world. The Resource Room Committee is requesting contributions of
genealogical materials, which would be useful and informative to the
Conference attendees, especially those that are unique or unusual,
including works-in-progress and pre-release databases. In particular,
the Committee is requesting printed or computerized copies of indexes,
databases, unpublished manuscripts and private collections, in addition
to commercially published books and maps.

All hard-copy materials loaned to the Resource Room should be bound
(i.e. no loose papers) and will be returned immediately after the
Conference has ended. Material in electronic form and computer
databases should be compatible with Microsoft Office programs. If you
have materials to contribute to the Resource Room, please send a
description of those items to the Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org
or the address below as soon as convenient so we can proceed with our
planning. The Resource Room Committee will contact all contributors
regarding arrangements to obtain the materials prior to the Conference
and to return them afterwards. Be assured that appropriate security
measures will be taken to protect all loaned resources, however please
provide copies of your material, not the originals.

The Resource Room will also host the volunteer translators. If you can
spend a few hours during the Conference to help attendees translate
their materials, please let us know which languages you can translate,
and we will set up a schedule convenient to you.

Any further inquiries should be addressed to the Resource Room
Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org
Stew Driller,
Michael Pertain,
Co-Chairman, Resource Room Committee


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia Conference Resource Room material request #courland #latvia

Resource Room Committee <resources@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of NYC, Inc., will host the 26th Annual
Conference on Jewish Genealogy in New York City, August 13 - 18, 2006.
A highlight of the Conference will be the Resource Room located at the
Conference hotel. In addition to providing the Conference attendees
with an "on-site" basic research library, the Resource Room will
showcase research projects >from Jewish genealogical organizations and
societies, their members, and independent researchers throughout the
world. The Resource Room Committee is requesting contributions of
genealogical materials, which would be useful and informative to the
Conference attendees, especially those that are unique or unusual,
including works-in-progress and pre-release databases. In particular,
the Committee is requesting printed or computerized copies of indexes,
databases, unpublished manuscripts and private collections, in addition
to commercially published books and maps.

All hard-copy materials loaned to the Resource Room should be bound
(i.e. no loose papers) and will be returned immediately after the
Conference has ended. Material in electronic form and computer
databases should be compatible with Microsoft Office programs. If you
have materials to contribute to the Resource Room, please send a
description of those items to the Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org
or the address below as soon as convenient so we can proceed with our
planning. The Resource Room Committee will contact all contributors
regarding arrangements to obtain the materials prior to the Conference
and to return them afterwards. Be assured that appropriate security
measures will be taken to protect all loaned resources, however please
provide copies of your material, not the originals.

The Resource Room will also host the volunteer translators. If you can
spend a few hours during the Conference to help attendees translate
their materials, please let us know which languages you can translate,
and we will set up a schedule convenient to you.

Any further inquiries should be addressed to the Resource Room
Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org
Stew Driller,
Michael Pertain,
Co-Chairman, Resource Room Committee


Conference Resource Room material request #southafrica

Resource Room Committee <resources@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of NYC, Inc., will host the 26th Annual
Conference on Jewish Genealogy in New York City, August 13 - 18, 2006.
A highlight of the Conference will be the Resource Room located at the
Conference hotel. In addition to providing the Conference attendees
with an "on-site" basic research library, the Resource Room will
showcase research projects >from Jewish genealogical organizations and
societies, their members, and independent researchers throughout the
world. The Resource Room Committee is requesting contributions of
genealogical materials, which would be useful and informative to the
Conference attendees, especially those that are unique or unusual,
including works-in-progress and pre-release databases. In particular,
the Committee is requesting printed or computerized copies of indexes,
databases, unpublished manuscripts and private collections, in addition
to commercially published books and maps.

All hard-copy materials loaned to the Resource Room should be bound
(i.e. no loose papers) and will be returned immediately after the
Conference has ended. Material in electronic form and computer
databases should be compatible with Microsoft Office programs. If you
have materials to contribute to the Resource Room, please send a
description of those items to the Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org
or the address below as soon as convenient so we can proceed with our
planning. The Resource Room Committee will contact all contributors
regarding arrangements to obtain the materials prior to the Conference
and to return them afterwards. Be assured that appropriate security
measures will be taken to protect all loaned resources, however please
provide copies of your material, not the originals.

The Resource Room will also host the volunteer translators. If you can
spend a few hours during the Conference to help attendees translate
their materials, please let us know which languages you can translate,
and we will set up a schedule convenient to you.

Any further inquiries should be addressed to the Resource Room
Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org
Stew Driller,
Michael Pertain,
Co-Chairman, Resource Room Committee


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Conference Resource Room material request #southafrica

Resource Room Committee <resources@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of NYC, Inc., will host the 26th Annual
Conference on Jewish Genealogy in New York City, August 13 - 18, 2006.
A highlight of the Conference will be the Resource Room located at the
Conference hotel. In addition to providing the Conference attendees
with an "on-site" basic research library, the Resource Room will
showcase research projects >from Jewish genealogical organizations and
societies, their members, and independent researchers throughout the
world. The Resource Room Committee is requesting contributions of
genealogical materials, which would be useful and informative to the
Conference attendees, especially those that are unique or unusual,
including works-in-progress and pre-release databases. In particular,
the Committee is requesting printed or computerized copies of indexes,
databases, unpublished manuscripts and private collections, in addition
to commercially published books and maps.

All hard-copy materials loaned to the Resource Room should be bound
(i.e. no loose papers) and will be returned immediately after the
Conference has ended. Material in electronic form and computer
databases should be compatible with Microsoft Office programs. If you
have materials to contribute to the Resource Room, please send a
description of those items to the Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org
or the address below as soon as convenient so we can proceed with our
planning. The Resource Room Committee will contact all contributors
regarding arrangements to obtain the materials prior to the Conference
and to return them afterwards. Be assured that appropriate security
measures will be taken to protect all loaned resources, however please
provide copies of your material, not the originals.

The Resource Room will also host the volunteer translators. If you can
spend a few hours during the Conference to help attendees translate
their materials, please let us know which languages you can translate,
and we will set up a schedule convenient to you.

Any further inquiries should be addressed to the Resource Room
Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org
Stew Driller,
Michael Pertain,
Co-Chairman, Resource Room Committee


Conference Resource Room material request #germany

GerSig@...
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of NYC, Inc., will host the 26th Annual
Conference on Jewish Genealogy in New York City, August 13 - 18, 2006. A
highlight of the Conference will be the Resource Room located at the
Conference hotel. In addition to providing the Conference attendees with an
"on-site" basic research library, the Resource Room will showcase research
projects >from Jewish genealogical organizations and societies, their
members, and independent researchers throughout the world. The Resource
Room Committee is requesting contributions of genealogical materials, which
would be useful and informative to the Conference attendees, especially
those that are unique or unusual, including works-in-progress and
pre-release databases. In particular, the Committee is requesting printed
or computerized copies of indexes, databases, unpublished manuscripts and
private collections, in addition to commercially published books and maps.

All hard-copy materials loaned to the Resource Room should be bound (i.e.
no loose papers) and will be returned immediately after the Conference has
ended. Material in electronic form and computer databases should be
compatible with Microsoft Office programs. If you have materials to
contribute to the Resource Room, please send a description of those items
to the Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org or the address below as soon as
convenient so we can proceed with our planning. The Resource Room Committee
will contact all contributors regarding arrangements to obtain the
materials prior to the Conference and to return them afterwards. Be assured
that appropriate security measures will be taken to protect all loaned
resources, however please provide copies of your material, not the originals.

The Resource Room will also host the volunteer translators. If you can
spend a few hours during the Conference to help attendees translate their
materials, please let us know which languages you can translate, and we
will set up a schedule convenient to you.

Any further inquiries should be addressed to the Resource Room Committee at:
resources@jgsny2006.org

Stew Driller, Michael Pertain, Co-Chairman, Resource Room Committee


German SIG #Germany Conference Resource Room material request #germany

GerSig@...
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of NYC, Inc., will host the 26th Annual
Conference on Jewish Genealogy in New York City, August 13 - 18, 2006. A
highlight of the Conference will be the Resource Room located at the
Conference hotel. In addition to providing the Conference attendees with an
"on-site" basic research library, the Resource Room will showcase research
projects >from Jewish genealogical organizations and societies, their
members, and independent researchers throughout the world. The Resource
Room Committee is requesting contributions of genealogical materials, which
would be useful and informative to the Conference attendees, especially
those that are unique or unusual, including works-in-progress and
pre-release databases. In particular, the Committee is requesting printed
or computerized copies of indexes, databases, unpublished manuscripts and
private collections, in addition to commercially published books and maps.

All hard-copy materials loaned to the Resource Room should be bound (i.e.
no loose papers) and will be returned immediately after the Conference has
ended. Material in electronic form and computer databases should be
compatible with Microsoft Office programs. If you have materials to
contribute to the Resource Room, please send a description of those items
to the Committee at resources@jgsny2006.org or the address below as soon as
convenient so we can proceed with our planning. The Resource Room Committee
will contact all contributors regarding arrangements to obtain the
materials prior to the Conference and to return them afterwards. Be assured
that appropriate security measures will be taken to protect all loaned
resources, however please provide copies of your material, not the originals.

The Resource Room will also host the volunteer translators. If you can
spend a few hours during the Conference to help attendees translate their
materials, please let us know which languages you can translate, and we
will set up a schedule convenient to you.

Any further inquiries should be addressed to the Resource Room Committee at:
resources@jgsny2006.org

Stew Driller, Michael Pertain, Co-Chairman, Resource Room Committee


Photos of Deserted Jewish Cemetery, Krotoszyn, Poland and Jewish Printer, Monascha #germany

sandra <rodsandra@...>
 

I have photos of stones that were taken >from old Jewish cemetery in
Krotoszyn, (Krotochin) Poland. (which may have been part of Prussian empire)
A good many of the tombstones were taken to a church and incorporated within
a low wall around the church. (Church of St. Roch) Some time ago, I wrote an
article on these stones and the Jewish community in Krotoszyn before WWII
and Nazi occupation and was fortunate to have a contact in the modern city
who went and photographed the misplaced stones. There are no stones visible
in original cemetery now, it is virtually a forest/part and dumping ground,
owned by municipality. I will be happy to share the photos, via
email/digitally, if anyone is interested or has ancestors >from Krotoszyn.
Stones are difficult to translate in photos.

I am also interested in finding detailed information on a famous Jewish printer,
\MONASCHA, who lived in Krotoszyn in early 1800s and is well known for his
printing establishment, and much printing of Hebrew literature.
In addition, I am still researching my NATHAN ancestry, some of whom may
have lived in Krotoszyn in 17th or 18th Century, then moved to Germany.

Thank you kindly. Sandra Nathan rodsandra@gulftel.com


German SIG #Germany Photos of Deserted Jewish Cemetery, Krotoszyn, Poland and Jewish Printer, Monascha #germany

sandra <rodsandra@...>
 

I have photos of stones that were taken >from old Jewish cemetery in
Krotoszyn, (Krotochin) Poland. (which may have been part of Prussian empire)
A good many of the tombstones were taken to a church and incorporated within
a low wall around the church. (Church of St. Roch) Some time ago, I wrote an
article on these stones and the Jewish community in Krotoszyn before WWII
and Nazi occupation and was fortunate to have a contact in the modern city
who went and photographed the misplaced stones. There are no stones visible
in original cemetery now, it is virtually a forest/part and dumping ground,
owned by municipality. I will be happy to share the photos, via
email/digitally, if anyone is interested or has ancestors >from Krotoszyn.
Stones are difficult to translate in photos.

I am also interested in finding detailed information on a famous Jewish printer,
\MONASCHA, who lived in Krotoszyn in early 1800s and is well known for his
printing establishment, and much printing of Hebrew literature.
In addition, I am still researching my NATHAN ancestry, some of whom may
have lived in Krotoszyn in 17th or 18th Century, then moved to Germany.

Thank you kindly. Sandra Nathan rodsandra@gulftel.com


Looking for Stammbaum magazine #germany

Amanda Jermyn <astrogirl200@...>
 

Hello,
Can anyone tell me how I can purchase a single copy of
Stammbaum magazine? I am interested in the issue which
has an article on the immigration of German Jews to
South Africa. I am told this is the Winter 2006
edition. Many thanks.

Amanda Katz Jermyn Longmeadow, Massachusetts, USA astrogirl200@yahoo.com

Moderator note: Please use our website: http://www.jewishgen.org/GerSIG/

In the site index homepate left you will find "Publication - Stammbaum"


German SIG #Germany Looking for Stammbaum magazine #germany

Amanda Jermyn <astrogirl200@...>
 

Hello,
Can anyone tell me how I can purchase a single copy of
Stammbaum magazine? I am interested in the issue which
has an article on the immigration of German Jews to
South Africa. I am told this is the Winter 2006
edition. Many thanks.

Amanda Katz Jermyn Longmeadow, Massachusetts, USA astrogirl200@yahoo.com

Moderator note: Please use our website: http://www.jewishgen.org/GerSIG/

In the site index homepate left you will find "Publication - Stammbaum"


Re: Jewish genealogy #ukraine

Ted <tmargulis@...>
 

Hello Fellow Genealogist:

Although I can't guarantee that you will find the answer to your Jewish
genealogy research question, may I invite you to visit my web site
http://jewishwebindex.com

where you will find thousands of links and bits and pieces of information
relating specifically to researching one's Jewish roots -- sorted
alphabetically by Subject and/or Country -- and it is free to use. You
don't even have to register. All I ask in return is that you share my
site with your friends and relatives if you find the site of value. Fair
enough?

Warm Regards,
Ted Margulis
Palm Desert, CA
tmargulis@dc.rr.com
http://jewishwebindex.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Jewish genealogy #ukraine

Ted <tmargulis@...>
 

Hello Fellow Genealogist:

Although I can't guarantee that you will find the answer to your Jewish
genealogy research question, may I invite you to visit my web site
http://jewishwebindex.com

where you will find thousands of links and bits and pieces of information
relating specifically to researching one's Jewish roots -- sorted
alphabetically by Subject and/or Country -- and it is free to use. You
don't even have to register. All I ask in return is that you share my
site with your friends and relatives if you find the site of value. Fair
enough?

Warm Regards,
Ted Margulis
Palm Desert, CA
tmargulis@dc.rr.com
http://jewishwebindex.com