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Re: researching Rosenberg #warsaw #poland

Sam Lenger
 

Shalom Michael
My name is Sam Lenger and I am related thru my gm (>from my mother's side)
with a Rosenberg branch >from Warszawa. My gm. Sura Dwojra BLUMENKOPF (maiden
name Rosenberg) left Warszawa to Rio (Brasil) in 1929, but most of her
family stayed in Warszawa and as far as we know did not survive the
Holocaust. The only member of the Rosenberg branch that escape the Holocaust
was a cousin of Sura Dwojra called Michael. He stowed away in a ship to New
York around 1918 but ended up in Havana reaching the USA only in 1921. He
worked in the Yidish Theather with the Morris Schwartz group features also
in a couple of yidish movies in the thirties and performed as a one man show
in the Catskills. Also performed in TV in a series called "The Goldberg's"
in the fifties. He was born in 1901 in Warszaw and died in 1972 in Miami.
Hope this help.
Sam

I am new to this forum and am researching my ROSENBERG ancestors that

lived
in Warsaw until they left in about 1937/8 to move to Brest-Litovsk, where
all but my father and his parents perished in 1942.
Researching ROSENBERG, GOLOMB >from Warsaw, Adamow (Jadamov), Brest-Litovsk


Chicago 2008: Research Names/Towns in Conference Family Finder and Other Deadlines #warsaw #poland

ANNE LEE <information@...>
 

Anyone planning to attend the Chicago conference, who wants their family
research names/towns in the conference family finder, must register by 12
midnight, Central Time on July 22, 2008. Why? The family finder will be
sent to the printer on July 23.

Anyone wanting to update their family research names/towns already submitted
must do so by 12 midnight, Central Pacific Time on July 22, 2008. Why?
Please see above.

We wish to remind you about other deadlines as well:

---On-line registration ends on Friday, August 8, 2008. Mailed
registrations must be received no later than Friday, August 8, 2008. If you
have registered on-line or by mail, you will be able to check in and pick up
your registration materials >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on Saturday, August 16,
at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor of the Chicago
Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. Check-in will resume at 7:30 am on
Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the conference.

---On-Site registration will take place >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on
Saturday, August 16, at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor
of the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. On-site registration
resumes at 7:30 am on Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the
conference.

---All meal tickets must be purchased before August 8, 2008. You may be
able to purchase banquet tickets on-site if they are not all sold out. The
banquet will be a really fun evening with our wonderful entertainer,
storyteller Lisa Lipkin.

Please check out the program and all the other conference information at
www.chicago2008.org. You don't want to miss this exciting conference.

See you all very soon.

On behalf of the IAJGS and our co-hosts, JGS of Illinois and Illiana JGS,
Anne Feder Lee
Mike Posnick
Joel Spector
Conference Co-Chairs


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Re: researching Rosenberg #warsaw #poland

Sam Lenger
 

Shalom Michael
My name is Sam Lenger and I am related thru my gm (>from my mother's side)
with a Rosenberg branch >from Warszawa. My gm. Sura Dwojra BLUMENKOPF (maiden
name Rosenberg) left Warszawa to Rio (Brasil) in 1929, but most of her
family stayed in Warszawa and as far as we know did not survive the
Holocaust. The only member of the Rosenberg branch that escape the Holocaust
was a cousin of Sura Dwojra called Michael. He stowed away in a ship to New
York around 1918 but ended up in Havana reaching the USA only in 1921. He
worked in the Yidish Theather with the Morris Schwartz group features also
in a couple of yidish movies in the thirties and performed as a one man show
in the Catskills. Also performed in TV in a series called "The Goldberg's"
in the fifties. He was born in 1901 in Warszaw and died in 1972 in Miami.
Hope this help.
Sam

I am new to this forum and am researching my ROSENBERG ancestors that

lived
in Warsaw until they left in about 1937/8 to move to Brest-Litovsk, where
all but my father and his parents perished in 1942.
Researching ROSENBERG, GOLOMB >from Warsaw, Adamow (Jadamov), Brest-Litovsk


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Chicago 2008: Research Names/Towns in Conference Family Finder and Other Deadlines #warsaw #poland

ANNE LEE <information@...>
 

Anyone planning to attend the Chicago conference, who wants their family
research names/towns in the conference family finder, must register by 12
midnight, Central Time on July 22, 2008. Why? The family finder will be
sent to the printer on July 23.

Anyone wanting to update their family research names/towns already submitted
must do so by 12 midnight, Central Pacific Time on July 22, 2008. Why?
Please see above.

We wish to remind you about other deadlines as well:

---On-line registration ends on Friday, August 8, 2008. Mailed
registrations must be received no later than Friday, August 8, 2008. If you
have registered on-line or by mail, you will be able to check in and pick up
your registration materials >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on Saturday, August 16,
at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor of the Chicago
Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. Check-in will resume at 7:30 am on
Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the conference.

---On-Site registration will take place >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on
Saturday, August 16, at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor
of the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. On-site registration
resumes at 7:30 am on Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the
conference.

---All meal tickets must be purchased before August 8, 2008. You may be
able to purchase banquet tickets on-site if they are not all sold out. The
banquet will be a really fun evening with our wonderful entertainer,
storyteller Lisa Lipkin.

Please check out the program and all the other conference information at
www.chicago2008.org. You don't want to miss this exciting conference.

See you all very soon.

On behalf of the IAJGS and our co-hosts, JGS of Illinois and Illiana JGS,
Anne Feder Lee
Mike Posnick
Joel Spector
Conference Co-Chairs


Chicago 2008: Research Names/Towns in Conference Family Finder and Other Deadlines #yiddish

ANNE LEE <information@...>
 

Anyone planning to attend the Chicago conference, who wants their family
research names/towns in the conference family finder, must register by 12
midnight, Central Time on July 22, 2008. Why? The family finder will be
sent to the printer on July 23.

Anyone wanting to update their family research names/towns already submitted
must do so by 12 midnight, Central Pacific Time on July 22, 2008. Why?
Please see above.

We wish to remind you about other deadlines as well:

---On-line registration ends on Friday, August 8, 2008. Mailed
registrations must be received no later than Friday, August 8, 2008. If you
have registered on-line or by mail, you will be able to check in and pick up
your registration materials >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on Saturday, August 16,
at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor of the Chicago
Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. Check-in will resume at 7:30 am on
Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the conference.

---On-Site registration will take place >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on
Saturday, August 16, at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor
of the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. On-site registration
resumes at 7:30 am on Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the
conference.

---All meal tickets must be purchased before August 8, 2008. You may be
able to purchase banquet tickets on-site if they are not all sold out. The
banquet will be a really fun evening with our wonderful entertainer,
storyteller Lisa Lipkin.

Please check out the program and all the other conference information at
www.chicago2008.org. You don't want to miss this exciting conference.

See you all very soon.

On behalf of the IAJGS and our co-hosts, JGS of Illinois and Illiana JGS,
Anne Feder Lee
Mike Posnick
Joel Spector
Conference Co-Chairs


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Chicago 2008: Research Names/Towns in Conference Family Finder and Other Deadlines #yiddish

ANNE LEE <information@...>
 

Anyone planning to attend the Chicago conference, who wants their family
research names/towns in the conference family finder, must register by 12
midnight, Central Time on July 22, 2008. Why? The family finder will be
sent to the printer on July 23.

Anyone wanting to update their family research names/towns already submitted
must do so by 12 midnight, Central Pacific Time on July 22, 2008. Why?
Please see above.

We wish to remind you about other deadlines as well:

---On-line registration ends on Friday, August 8, 2008. Mailed
registrations must be received no later than Friday, August 8, 2008. If you
have registered on-line or by mail, you will be able to check in and pick up
your registration materials >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on Saturday, August 16,
at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor of the Chicago
Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. Check-in will resume at 7:30 am on
Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the conference.

---On-Site registration will take place >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on
Saturday, August 16, at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor
of the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. On-site registration
resumes at 7:30 am on Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the
conference.

---All meal tickets must be purchased before August 8, 2008. You may be
able to purchase banquet tickets on-site if they are not all sold out. The
banquet will be a really fun evening with our wonderful entertainer,
storyteller Lisa Lipkin.

Please check out the program and all the other conference information at
www.chicago2008.org. You don't want to miss this exciting conference.

See you all very soon.

On behalf of the IAJGS and our co-hosts, JGS of Illinois and Illiana JGS,
Anne Feder Lee
Mike Posnick
Joel Spector
Conference Co-Chairs


ROZENSZTEJN from Ciechanow #poland

MandJMeyers <mandjmeyers@...>
 

Hi,

I've found a link to Ciechanow in my Rozensztejn family research.

My great-grandmother Chaja Sura ROZENSZTEJN (born c.1845) was >from
Janowa (near Mlawa) and married Juda Lejb ZYLBERMAN and lived in
Przasnysz. So far, I've found records in nearby towns where parents
were born in Janowa but I still have no idea where Janowa birth records
were recorded (not in Mlawa). Zuromin seems a center of
Rozensztejn activity but no Janowa birth records are found there either.

However, family research has found a link to Ciechanow in the early 20th
century. Yochanan R, born around 1895 in Janowa to Hersz Naftali and
Sura R, married a Sora Cohen and had 4 children in Ciechanow
in the 1920s, Avraham, Hirsh, Rivka and Frieda. I am in touch with
descendants of Frieda and Yochanan and while I'm certain that the
Rozensztejns >from Janowa must be related, we don't know how (yet).

If this sounds familiar, please contact me privately at
<MandJMeyers@gmail.com>

Marty Meyers
Montclair, NJ


JRI Poland #Poland ROZENSZTEJN from Ciechanow #poland

MandJMeyers <mandjmeyers@...>
 

Hi,

I've found a link to Ciechanow in my Rozensztejn family research.

My great-grandmother Chaja Sura ROZENSZTEJN (born c.1845) was >from
Janowa (near Mlawa) and married Juda Lejb ZYLBERMAN and lived in
Przasnysz. So far, I've found records in nearby towns where parents
were born in Janowa but I still have no idea where Janowa birth records
were recorded (not in Mlawa). Zuromin seems a center of
Rozensztejn activity but no Janowa birth records are found there either.

However, family research has found a link to Ciechanow in the early 20th
century. Yochanan R, born around 1895 in Janowa to Hersz Naftali and
Sura R, married a Sora Cohen and had 4 children in Ciechanow
in the 1920s, Avraham, Hirsh, Rivka and Frieda. I am in touch with
descendants of Frieda and Yochanan and while I'm certain that the
Rozensztejns >from Janowa must be related, we don't know how (yet).

If this sounds familiar, please contact me privately at
<MandJMeyers@gmail.com>

Marty Meyers
Montclair, NJ


1912/13 Students Leaving Early #poland

Alan Weiser <alanboy@...>
 

During my development of a data base of students in a Kolomyya
secondary school I found that a large number were leaving before the
school year ended. Students were mainly in Classes I through III,
ages about 11 to 13 years old, but some in higher Classes were leaving
early also.. Students were leaving in late 1912 and early 1913.
Does anyone have an explanation for this early exodus? War, pogroms,
epidemic, other? It was a mixture of religions, Jewish and Catholic,
that were leaving early.

In records of earlier years this information on leaving early was
not recorded, so it is possible that such early leavings was not only
common for 1912/13 school year.

Alan Weiser
alanboy@starpower.net
Silver Spring, MD USA


JRI Poland #Poland 1912/13 Students Leaving Early #poland

Alan Weiser <alanboy@...>
 

During my development of a data base of students in a Kolomyya
secondary school I found that a large number were leaving before the
school year ended. Students were mainly in Classes I through III,
ages about 11 to 13 years old, but some in higher Classes were leaving
early also.. Students were leaving in late 1912 and early 1913.
Does anyone have an explanation for this early exodus? War, pogroms,
epidemic, other? It was a mixture of religions, Jewish and Catholic,
that were leaving early.

In records of earlier years this information on leaving early was
not recorded, so it is possible that such early leavings was not only
common for 1912/13 school year.

Alan Weiser
alanboy@starpower.net
Silver Spring, MD USA


"New" Linkuva Revisions lists distributed #lithuania

Michael H. Witkin <michael@...>
 

Panevezys Uyezd Research Group has just distributed the 1858/1883
and 1908 Linkuva revision lists to its membership. These lists
contain over 7000 individual records. The format is Excel
spreadsheets, so the information can be sorted for analysis.
They will be posted the ALD in the Fall of 2009.

Also distributed were the 1816/1818 revision lists for Pasvalys and
Naujameistis.

For anyone interested in theses amazing and comprehensive documents,
please contact me or make a minimum $100 contribution as per below
and specify "Panevezys":

LitvakSIG is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation. Contributions to
LitvakSIG may be made online at
http://www.litvaksig.org/HTML/donate.htm
and are tax-deductible as provided by law.
Contributions may also be mailed to LitvakSIG, Inc.,
c/o Eden Joachim, 1204 Hillside Terrace,
Pomona, NY 10970. Contribution forms may be faxed to 845-623-1708.
Please specify town (for vital records) or district research group
(and town of interest) for other types of records, and include
your e-mail address with your contribution.

Michael H. Witkin
michael@witkin.org


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania "New" Linkuva Revisions lists distributed #lithuania

Michael H. Witkin <michael@...>
 

Panevezys Uyezd Research Group has just distributed the 1858/1883
and 1908 Linkuva revision lists to its membership. These lists
contain over 7000 individual records. The format is Excel
spreadsheets, so the information can be sorted for analysis.
They will be posted the ALD in the Fall of 2009.

Also distributed were the 1816/1818 revision lists for Pasvalys and
Naujameistis.

For anyone interested in theses amazing and comprehensive documents,
please contact me or make a minimum $100 contribution as per below
and specify "Panevezys":

LitvakSIG is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation. Contributions to
LitvakSIG may be made online at
http://www.litvaksig.org/HTML/donate.htm
and are tax-deductible as provided by law.
Contributions may also be mailed to LitvakSIG, Inc.,
c/o Eden Joachim, 1204 Hillside Terrace,
Pomona, NY 10970. Contribution forms may be faxed to 845-623-1708.
Please specify town (for vital records) or district research group
(and town of interest) for other types of records, and include
your e-mail address with your contribution.

Michael H. Witkin
michael@witkin.org


Searching for JOSEPH #lithuania

Amy Samin <amy_in_israel@...>
 

Hello all,

I need help locating more members of the JOSEPH branch of my family tree.

The only infornamtion I have comes >from documents stating that my
great grandmother Rachel (Ray) JOSEPH (or JOSEF) was born on
1 April 1875 in Lithuania, her father's name was Aaron JOSEPH,
and she came to New York in 1883 (presumably with one or both
of her parents). I know that she married Joseph COLVIN in
New York in 1895, had three children with him, and later
immigrated to Palestine in 1929, where she died in 1958.
But I need information about her birth family.

I found a passenger record at Ancestry for a Rachel JOSEPF,
arriving in 1885, but I cannot confirm whether this is my Rachel,
since only mother and siblings are listed and I have
no information for them.

I have searched at JewishGen, and haven't found anything.
If these names sound familiar, or you have any suggestions
for me, please reply privately.

Thank you!

Amy Samin
Netanya, Israel

Searching for: JOSEPH / COLVIN / SELIGSON / CRYSTAL

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately with family information.
Suggestions for research methods and resources may be shared with
the list.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Searching for JOSEPH #lithuania

Amy Samin <amy_in_israel@...>
 

Hello all,

I need help locating more members of the JOSEPH branch of my family tree.

The only infornamtion I have comes >from documents stating that my
great grandmother Rachel (Ray) JOSEPH (or JOSEF) was born on
1 April 1875 in Lithuania, her father's name was Aaron JOSEPH,
and she came to New York in 1883 (presumably with one or both
of her parents). I know that she married Joseph COLVIN in
New York in 1895, had three children with him, and later
immigrated to Palestine in 1929, where she died in 1958.
But I need information about her birth family.

I found a passenger record at Ancestry for a Rachel JOSEPF,
arriving in 1885, but I cannot confirm whether this is my Rachel,
since only mother and siblings are listed and I have
no information for them.

I have searched at JewishGen, and haven't found anything.
If these names sound familiar, or you have any suggestions
for me, please reply privately.

Thank you!

Amy Samin
Netanya, Israel

Searching for: JOSEPH / COLVIN / SELIGSON / CRYSTAL

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately with family information.
Suggestions for research methods and resources may be shared with
the list.


Internal Passport Records - 1919-1940 #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

I have just distributed, to qualified contributors, more Internal Passport
records for Panevezys and for Birzai. This brings the total translated to
6,055 records for Panevezys and 1,247 records for Birzai.

The Lithuanian archives have slightly relaxed their restrictions on the
data that can be translated >from the original records. We can now include
the street address where they lived, if it is included in the record, in
addition to the name of the town. Even though the records are >from the
1919-1940 period, if the person was born over 100 years ago, we can now
translate the complete date of birth instead of only the year.

This welcome change removes all restrictions >from translating the Internal
Passport records except for the date of birth. If the individual was born
less than 100 years ago, only the year of birth can be translated.

Many researchers have found records of ancestors in the Internal Passport
files. Some have written to the Central Archive in Vilnius and obtained
copies of various documents that were in the files. In some cases, a copy
of a birth record was in the file and the original birth record no longer
existed. I know of one instance where a copy of a page >from an 1858
revision list was in the file. The original 1858 revision list no longer
existed so this was a very valuable find. A large percentage of the files
include a picture of the Internal Passport applicant.

To see various types of records that may be in the individual files,
please go to

http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Lithuania/InternalPassports.htm

In addition to Panevezys and Birzai, the Internal Passport records for
Ukmerge are also in the process of being translated. Thousands of records
remain to be translated but additional contributions are needed in order
to get it done. With a minimum contribution of $100, designated for a
particular town, you will receive all of the I.P. records translated
for that town.

Please go to www.litvaksig.org and click on BECOME A CONTRIBUTOR. You can
use your credit card.

Howard Margol
Coordinator, Internal Passport Project


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Internal Passport Records - 1919-1940 #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

I have just distributed, to qualified contributors, more Internal Passport
records for Panevezys and for Birzai. This brings the total translated to
6,055 records for Panevezys and 1,247 records for Birzai.

The Lithuanian archives have slightly relaxed their restrictions on the
data that can be translated >from the original records. We can now include
the street address where they lived, if it is included in the record, in
addition to the name of the town. Even though the records are >from the
1919-1940 period, if the person was born over 100 years ago, we can now
translate the complete date of birth instead of only the year.

This welcome change removes all restrictions >from translating the Internal
Passport records except for the date of birth. If the individual was born
less than 100 years ago, only the year of birth can be translated.

Many researchers have found records of ancestors in the Internal Passport
files. Some have written to the Central Archive in Vilnius and obtained
copies of various documents that were in the files. In some cases, a copy
of a birth record was in the file and the original birth record no longer
existed. I know of one instance where a copy of a page >from an 1858
revision list was in the file. The original 1858 revision list no longer
existed so this was a very valuable find. A large percentage of the files
include a picture of the Internal Passport applicant.

To see various types of records that may be in the individual files,
please go to

http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Lithuania/InternalPassports.htm

In addition to Panevezys and Birzai, the Internal Passport records for
Ukmerge are also in the process of being translated. Thousands of records
remain to be translated but additional contributions are needed in order
to get it done. With a minimum contribution of $100, designated for a
particular town, you will receive all of the I.P. records translated
for that town.

Please go to www.litvaksig.org and click on BECOME A CONTRIBUTOR. You can
use your credit card.

Howard Margol
Coordinator, Internal Passport Project


Re: Bialystok census #poland

Bialystoker
 

The Belarus SIG and BIALYGen have extracted and translated into English the
entire remaining 1897 census forms for Grodno Gubernia. As far as we know,
these fragments (maybe 10% of the original census) are all that remain of
the 1897 All Russian Census for Grodno Gubernia. While most of the records
were destroyed, these remaining remnants provide valuable genealogical data
for those who can find their families on the census records that have
survived. This census includes the place of birth, place of registration,
along with the address and Shtetl where people were living at the time of
the census.

Introductory information and surname lists can be found at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/BialyGen/1897Census.htm
and
http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/intro_1897_russian_census.htm

This data can be searched through the JewishGen All Poland Database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/
and the All Belarus Database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Belarus/

I do not know of any later surviving census for Bialystok and nearby towns.

Mark Halpern
BIALYGen Coordinator

----- Original Message -----
Hi all,

How do I avail myself to the census of Bialystok pre 1897 or later.
My ancestors left in 1937.
Max Wald


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Re: Bialystok census #poland

Bialystoker
 

The Belarus SIG and BIALYGen have extracted and translated into English the
entire remaining 1897 census forms for Grodno Gubernia. As far as we know,
these fragments (maybe 10% of the original census) are all that remain of
the 1897 All Russian Census for Grodno Gubernia. While most of the records
were destroyed, these remaining remnants provide valuable genealogical data
for those who can find their families on the census records that have
survived. This census includes the place of birth, place of registration,
along with the address and Shtetl where people were living at the time of
the census.

Introductory information and surname lists can be found at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/BialyGen/1897Census.htm
and
http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/intro_1897_russian_census.htm

This data can be searched through the JewishGen All Poland Database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/
and the All Belarus Database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Belarus/

I do not know of any later surviving census for Bialystok and nearby towns.

Mark Halpern
BIALYGen Coordinator

----- Original Message -----
Hi all,

How do I avail myself to the census of Bialystok pre 1897 or later.
My ancestors left in 1937.
Max Wald


Chicago 2008: Research Names/Towns in Conference Family Finder and Other Deadlines #unitedkingdom

ANNE LEE <information@...>
 

Anyone planning to attend the Chicago conference, who wants their family
research names/towns in the conference family finder, must register by 12
midnight, Central Time on July 22, 2008. Why? The family finder will be
sent to the printer on July 23.

Anyone wanting to update their family research names/towns already submitted
must do so by 12 midnight, Central Pacific Time on July 22, 2008. Why?
Please see above.

We wish to remind you about other deadlines as well:

---On-line registration ends on Friday, August 8, 2008. Mailed
registrations must be received no later than Friday, August 8, 2008. If you
have registered on-line or by mail, you will be able to check in and pick up
your registration materials >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on Saturday, August 16,
at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor of the Chicago
Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. Check-in will resume at 7:30 am on
Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the conference.

---On-Site registration will take place >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on
Saturday, August 16, at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor
of the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. On-site registration
resumes at 7:30 am on Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the
conference.

---All meal tickets must be purchased before August 8, 2008. You may be
able to purchase banquet tickets on-site if they are not all sold out. The
banquet will be a really fun evening with our wonderful entertainer,
storyteller Lisa Lipkin.

Please check out the program and all the other conference information at
www.chicago2008.org. You don't want to miss this exciting conference.

See you all very soon.

On behalf of the IAJGS and our co-hosts, JGS of Illinois and Illiana JGS,
Anne Feder Lee
Mike Posnick
Joel Spector
Conference Co-Chairs


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Chicago 2008: Research Names/Towns in Conference Family Finder and Other Deadlines #unitedkingdom

ANNE LEE <information@...>
 

Anyone planning to attend the Chicago conference, who wants their family
research names/towns in the conference family finder, must register by 12
midnight, Central Time on July 22, 2008. Why? The family finder will be
sent to the printer on July 23.

Anyone wanting to update their family research names/towns already submitted
must do so by 12 midnight, Central Pacific Time on July 22, 2008. Why?
Please see above.

We wish to remind you about other deadlines as well:

---On-line registration ends on Friday, August 8, 2008. Mailed
registrations must be received no later than Friday, August 8, 2008. If you
have registered on-line or by mail, you will be able to check in and pick up
your registration materials >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on Saturday, August 16,
at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor of the Chicago
Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. Check-in will resume at 7:30 am on
Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the conference.

---On-Site registration will take place >from 8:34 pm to 10:04 pm on
Saturday, August 16, at the Conference Registration Desk on the fifth floor
of the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. On-site registration
resumes at 7:30 am on Sunday, August 17, and will continue daily during the
conference.

---All meal tickets must be purchased before August 8, 2008. You may be
able to purchase banquet tickets on-site if they are not all sold out. The
banquet will be a really fun evening with our wonderful entertainer,
storyteller Lisa Lipkin.

Please check out the program and all the other conference information at
www.chicago2008.org. You don't want to miss this exciting conference.

See you all very soon.

On behalf of the IAJGS and our co-hosts, JGS of Illinois and Illiana JGS,
Anne Feder Lee
Mike Posnick
Joel Spector
Conference Co-Chairs