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Re: Intro and Searching SCHWARZ Burial in Berlin (Vienna / Wien) #germany

sfalk81162@...
 

I just want to thank Ed and also the forum (GerSIG) that brought his
message to me.

I was not aware of the cemetery database made available by the Jewish
community of Vienna <http://friedhof.ikg-wien.at/search.asp?lang=en>
It is an amazing resource. In a couple hours last night, I was able to
fill in many missing gaps in two parts of my family tree. I will do
more data mining tonight! Thanks Ed and GerSIG. Best regards,

Stephen Falk Wayne, PA, USA sfalk81162@aol.com


German SIG #Germany Re: Intro and Searching SCHWARZ Burial in Berlin (Vienna / Wien) #germany

sfalk81162@...
 

I just want to thank Ed and also the forum (GerSIG) that brought his
message to me.

I was not aware of the cemetery database made available by the Jewish
community of Vienna <http://friedhof.ikg-wien.at/search.asp?lang=en>
It is an amazing resource. In a couple hours last night, I was able to
fill in many missing gaps in two parts of my family tree. I will do
more data mining tonight! Thanks Ed and GerSIG. Best regards,

Stephen Falk Wayne, PA, USA sfalk81162@aol.com


Re: Research Journal/To-Do Items/Excel sheet/Template?? #general

Diane Jacobs <thegenie@...>
 

Dear Jim,

When I go to archives and/or get database entries online for possible
fmily members and I am not sure they are related to me, I list the
rcords under each family surname by year, and put in that entry all
The information I have received on that record. Then , when I find
New information I go through that list trying to find connections.
Sometimes, I am very successful. For instance, I found I had a
Webber - Sivivolas (orig. name) in St. John and Halifax and Maine, so
I proceeded to find all the records I could at a cemetery in Halifax
And online for Cemetery records, vital records and Canadian and Maine
Censuses. Lo and behold I was able to piece together most of the
Extended family of six brothers who had come >from Lithuania in the 1890s.

Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Bennett [mailto:bennett@coral.co.il]
Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2006 4:44 PM

Like many of us, I'm drowning in little notes, torn pieces of paper, piles
of extracted handwritten data, bulging file cabinets, etc. No way to keep
track of sources, results, etc. Sometimes I find myself re-examining
archival files that I forgot after seeing them 15-20 years ago!
"Genealogical Alzheimer's"

Let's say I plan a trip to Polish archives in, say, Poznan, Pila, Leszno,
Gdansk, Kalisz, Konin, etc to search for material on Sepolno, Lobsens,
Rawicz, Leszno, Kolo, and families LEWINSKI, DANCYGIER, ISRAELSKI,
SALOMONSOHN, WARMBRUN, ETC, ETC.

It occurred to me to make a simple Excel sortable database with columns
like: Archive; Locality; My [paper] file; Family name; Subject; LDS Film;
Date; Date done. Then jam in everything -weeks of work- and then be able to
sort by up to three priorities any combination of those columns. Then add
colors, flags, etc, for emphasis.

Then it occurred to me that surely my wheel was already invented by smarter
people than I.

So, who can suggest the best existing programs or templates, either
home-made or commercially available. I'll bet that many of you have
developed and evolved an Excel database model that really works well.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Research Journal/To-Do Items/Excel sheet/Template?? #general

Diane Jacobs <thegenie@...>
 

Dear Jim,

When I go to archives and/or get database entries online for possible
fmily members and I am not sure they are related to me, I list the
rcords under each family surname by year, and put in that entry all
The information I have received on that record. Then , when I find
New information I go through that list trying to find connections.
Sometimes, I am very successful. For instance, I found I had a
Webber - Sivivolas (orig. name) in St. John and Halifax and Maine, so
I proceeded to find all the records I could at a cemetery in Halifax
And online for Cemetery records, vital records and Canadian and Maine
Censuses. Lo and behold I was able to piece together most of the
Extended family of six brothers who had come >from Lithuania in the 1890s.

Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Bennett [mailto:bennett@coral.co.il]
Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2006 4:44 PM

Like many of us, I'm drowning in little notes, torn pieces of paper, piles
of extracted handwritten data, bulging file cabinets, etc. No way to keep
track of sources, results, etc. Sometimes I find myself re-examining
archival files that I forgot after seeing them 15-20 years ago!
"Genealogical Alzheimer's"

Let's say I plan a trip to Polish archives in, say, Poznan, Pila, Leszno,
Gdansk, Kalisz, Konin, etc to search for material on Sepolno, Lobsens,
Rawicz, Leszno, Kolo, and families LEWINSKI, DANCYGIER, ISRAELSKI,
SALOMONSOHN, WARMBRUN, ETC, ETC.

It occurred to me to make a simple Excel sortable database with columns
like: Archive; Locality; My [paper] file; Family name; Subject; LDS Film;
Date; Date done. Then jam in everything -weeks of work- and then be able to
sort by up to three priorities any combination of those columns. Then add
colors, flags, etc, for emphasis.

Then it occurred to me that surely my wheel was already invented by smarter
people than I.

So, who can suggest the best existing programs or templates, either
home-made or commercially available. I'll bet that many of you have
developed and evolved an Excel database model that really works well.


Early registration fee for Conference ends May 15 #lodz #poland

Shirley Rotbein Flaum <sfemail-gen@...>
 

[NOTE: The following is a forwarded message >from Roni Seibel Liebowitz.]

Before you book that return plane ticket, or plan to hop on the train to
your summer home or to take off for the beach, please look at the
Conference's Friday morning schedule. We have some very exciting talks and
events planned that morning that you won't want to miss.

We have been blessed with over 260 presentations. Rather than keeping
everyone awake until midnight every night to attend them, we opted to
schedule a full morning of sessions on Friday, Aug. 18, >from 8:00 a.m. to
12:15 p.m.

If you're interested in Jews >from Lithuania, Ukraine, Hungary, Greece,
Transcarpathia, Scotland -- or New York...

If you'd like to gain exposure on the Internet, unearth deep dark secrets
about the criminals in your family's past, or find other "Jews in the
news"...

If you need advice on getting organized, publishing your research, or
conserving your photos and documents...

If you're searching for living relatives or trying to learn more about Shoah
victims or survivors...

If you hope to understand your "chochka" (or how a word comes to be spelled
that way)...

If you want to hear the story of a genealogist who became "suddenly
Jewish"...

...Friday has something for you. I suggest that you read about Friday's
sessions on the Conference web site

www.jgsny2006.org/conference_program.cfm

One of these programs requires some preparation. For "The Jewish Chochka and
Ephemera Road Show" (Session 408), Rafi Guber requests that registrants
bring family items, documents, photos, and ephemera to the conference. He
and a panel will help determine when and >from where the items originated and
any other secrets they may reveal about your family. Please remember to
bring along items for this exciting session.

Stay through the 18th and leave on a chai!

EARLY REGISTRATION MUST BE SUBMITTED BY MAY 15, 2006 !!!
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
IAJGS 2006 Conference Registration Chair and Exhibit Coordinator
www.jgsny2006.org
registration@jgsny2006.org
Roni@jgsny2006.org


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Early registration fee for Conference ends May 15 #lodz #poland

Shirley Rotbein Flaum <sfemail-gen@...>
 

[NOTE: The following is a forwarded message >from Roni Seibel Liebowitz.]

Before you book that return plane ticket, or plan to hop on the train to
your summer home or to take off for the beach, please look at the
Conference's Friday morning schedule. We have some very exciting talks and
events planned that morning that you won't want to miss.

We have been blessed with over 260 presentations. Rather than keeping
everyone awake until midnight every night to attend them, we opted to
schedule a full morning of sessions on Friday, Aug. 18, >from 8:00 a.m. to
12:15 p.m.

If you're interested in Jews >from Lithuania, Ukraine, Hungary, Greece,
Transcarpathia, Scotland -- or New York...

If you'd like to gain exposure on the Internet, unearth deep dark secrets
about the criminals in your family's past, or find other "Jews in the
news"...

If you need advice on getting organized, publishing your research, or
conserving your photos and documents...

If you're searching for living relatives or trying to learn more about Shoah
victims or survivors...

If you hope to understand your "chochka" (or how a word comes to be spelled
that way)...

If you want to hear the story of a genealogist who became "suddenly
Jewish"...

...Friday has something for you. I suggest that you read about Friday's
sessions on the Conference web site

www.jgsny2006.org/conference_program.cfm

One of these programs requires some preparation. For "The Jewish Chochka and
Ephemera Road Show" (Session 408), Rafi Guber requests that registrants
bring family items, documents, photos, and ephemera to the conference. He
and a panel will help determine when and >from where the items originated and
any other secrets they may reveal about your family. Please remember to
bring along items for this exciting session.

Stay through the 18th and leave on a chai!

EARLY REGISTRATION MUST BE SUBMITTED BY MAY 15, 2006 !!!
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
IAJGS 2006 Conference Registration Chair and Exhibit Coordinator
www.jgsny2006.org
registration@jgsny2006.org
Roni@jgsny2006.org


Article: Reconnection story Ynetnews #general

Micha Reisel <micha@...>
 

Another good article:

A cousins' quest in the US and the UK reunites the descendants of
two brothers.

It's All Relative: A riddle of roots
by Schelly Talalay Dardashti

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3249081,00.html

Micha Reisel
Hod Hasharon, Israel
Vice president of JFRA
the Jewish Family Research Association of Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Article: Reconnection story Ynetnews #general

Micha Reisel <micha@...>
 

Another good article:

A cousins' quest in the US and the UK reunites the descendants of
two brothers.

It's All Relative: A riddle of roots
by Schelly Talalay Dardashti

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3249081,00.html

Micha Reisel
Hod Hasharon, Israel
Vice president of JFRA
the Jewish Family Research Association of Israel


Polish Translator Referral #general

Aaron M Fink <aaronfink@...>
 

Hi All:

I have a few pages of Polish documents I want translated in to English - too
much, I think to ask the group for help with. Can anyone recommend some
translators?

Thanks,

Aaron Fink
aaronfink@ycgonline.com
Researching: FINKELSTEIN (Lomza), SHEER/PISERAFSKY, GREENSPON, ATLAS

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Polish Translator Referral #general

Aaron M Fink <aaronfink@...>
 

Hi All:

I have a few pages of Polish documents I want translated in to English - too
much, I think to ask the group for help with. Can anyone recommend some
translators?

Thanks,

Aaron Fink
aaronfink@ycgonline.com
Researching: FINKELSTEIN (Lomza), SHEER/PISERAFSKY, GREENSPON, ATLAS

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately


Re: JUDINS or JUDINAS #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

The last name was probably Rubin and the first name was Judah.
Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Arad, Israel

-----Original Message-----
From: Ana_Perez [mailto:alperez@busqueda.com.uy]
Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2006 8:00 PM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: JUDINS or JUDINAS
Hello!!! My great grandfather's name was aparently Rubinas Judins o
Judinas and he was born in Lithuania but i can't find anybody with that
last name. Can maybe spell in another way?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: JUDINS or JUDINAS #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

The last name was probably Rubin and the first name was Judah.
Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Arad, Israel

-----Original Message-----
From: Ana_Perez [mailto:alperez@busqueda.com.uy]
Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2006 8:00 PM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: JUDINS or JUDINAS
Hello!!! My great grandfather's name was aparently Rubinas Judins o
Judinas and he was born in Lithuania but i can't find anybody with that
last name. Can maybe spell in another way?


R' Yokel HIRSCH from Nowy Targ #rabbinic

Joel Hirsch <jhirsch@...>
 

My name is Joel HIRSCH >from Monroe, NY,

I am doing some research on my family background with the start on
my great grand father named Rabbi Yaakov Yokel HIRSCH who served as
rabbi in the town of Nowy Targ (Nymarkt), Poland. He was born in
Lwow (Lemberg) to his father R' Mardechai Zev HIRSCH. He was also
the author of a responsa called "Birchat Yaakov" published in Lwow
in 1879 (it's mentioned in the Yizkor book). He must have died
around 1880-1885 and was buried in Nowy-Targ.

His son Meir lived in Iara and was buried in Saszregen where he
lived with a daughter towards the end of his life, His son Menachem
Zev was the father of my grand father Abraham who lives in Brooklyn
NY at the age of 89. Menachem Zev and his family lived in
Szeklehud, Romania, before they were sent to their deaths in
Auschwitz in the Holocaust.

The main thing I am looking for is, that since my Grand father
R' Abraham HIRSCH at age 89, wants to visit again Nowy-Targ the
following summer, to place a new tombstone on the grave site of his
great grand father R' Yaakov Yokel, we would like to find out the
exact location of his original burial place, and the exact date that
he died, as well as more information on his background.

If you can help me in my effort to get more information on this, I
would really appreciate it.

Thanks in advance

Joel Hirsch


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic R' Yokel HIRSCH from Nowy Targ #rabbinic

Joel Hirsch <jhirsch@...>
 

My name is Joel HIRSCH >from Monroe, NY,

I am doing some research on my family background with the start on
my great grand father named Rabbi Yaakov Yokel HIRSCH who served as
rabbi in the town of Nowy Targ (Nymarkt), Poland. He was born in
Lwow (Lemberg) to his father R' Mardechai Zev HIRSCH. He was also
the author of a responsa called "Birchat Yaakov" published in Lwow
in 1879 (it's mentioned in the Yizkor book). He must have died
around 1880-1885 and was buried in Nowy-Targ.

His son Meir lived in Iara and was buried in Saszregen where he
lived with a daughter towards the end of his life, His son Menachem
Zev was the father of my grand father Abraham who lives in Brooklyn
NY at the age of 89. Menachem Zev and his family lived in
Szeklehud, Romania, before they were sent to their deaths in
Auschwitz in the Holocaust.

The main thing I am looking for is, that since my Grand father
R' Abraham HIRSCH at age 89, wants to visit again Nowy-Targ the
following summer, to place a new tombstone on the grave site of his
great grand father R' Yaakov Yokel, we would like to find out the
exact location of his original burial place, and the exact date that
he died, as well as more information on his background.

If you can help me in my effort to get more information on this, I
would really appreciate it.

Thanks in advance

Joel Hirsch


Polish Research - key focus of IAJGS Conference #general

Gloria Berkenstat Freund
 

Polish research will be a key focus at the 26th Annual Conference of the
International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies, which will
feature a varied and extensive set of lectures, computer labs JRI-Poland
meetings, SIG meetings, Birds of a Feather meetings and Research Group
meetings. The list is so extensive that we can only list them. To see a
description of a specific session, go the Conference schedule on-line at

http://www.jgsny2006.org/conference_program.cfm

SIG, Birds of a Feather and Research Group Meetings:

Roots in Poland: Problems and Solutions for Collaborative Research

Belchatow BOF
BialyGen SIG
Czestochowa-Radomsko Area Research Group (CRARG)
Danzig SIG
Gesher Galicia
Kolbuszowa Region Research Group
Lodz Area Research Group (LARG)
Pozen BOF
Rzeszow Research Group
Suwalki-Lomza BOF
Warsaw Research Group

JRI-Poland:

Jewish Records Indexing =96 Poland: What=92s New?
Making the Most of Your Polish Research =96 A Tour of the JRI-Poland =
Website
Strategies for Galician Research and More: Using the JRI-Poland Database
Uncovering Surnames in Patrynomic and Early JRI-Poland Records

Computer Labs:

Galician Research Online: Hints, Shortcuts, Techniques
JRI-Poland Database Search Techniques Workshop

Speakers >from Poland:

The Ones That Got Away: Polish Jews Who Left the Fold
Past at Present: Holdings of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw
Spiritual Genealogy: A Look at Polish Notary Documentation
Untapped Polish Resources

Archives, Vital Records and more:

Archival Holdings in Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Lithuania and Poland: An
Update Books of Residents and Other Lesser-Known Polish Sources
Finding Your Family in the 18th Century Records of the Grand Duchy of
Lithuania (Lithuania, Belarus, Parts of Poland and Ukraine)
How to Find 19th-Century Polish-Language Records and Unlock Their Secrets
1920s Polish Government Belarussian Files in the Vilnius Archives
Tabula Registers: An Untapped Genealogical Resource in the Lviv Archives
Ukrainian/Galician Archives: Records, Research and Resourcefulness
Unlocking Secrets: Translating Polish and Russian Documents of Genealogical
Value.
Using Clues in the Early Polish Vital Records to Connect Three Major
Families of Olkusz
Using Pre-1826 Polish Parish Records in Jewish Research
Vital Records in Prussian Poland: Getting the Whole Picture

Miscellaneous:

The Documentation, Protection and Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries in
Central and Eastern Europe
New Material on the Rise of Hasidism
"Our Middle Name Was Klezmer": Jewish Musical Families in 19th and 20th
Century Poland

For a complete list of the Polish content of the Conference, visit
http://www.jgsny2006.org/conference_program.cfm and in the Search box, find
the word "Poland" in the scroll down list. Click on the "Search" bar and you
will be able to view all of the Polish content listings.

5 Days to the Early Registration Deadline of May 15. For more information on
registering for the Conference, please visit
www.jgsny2006.org/registration.cfm .

Gloria Berkenstat Freund
26th Annual IAJGS Conference Program Committee Chair


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Polish Research - key focus of IAJGS Conference #general

Gloria Berkenstat Freund
 

Polish research will be a key focus at the 26th Annual Conference of the
International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies, which will
feature a varied and extensive set of lectures, computer labs JRI-Poland
meetings, SIG meetings, Birds of a Feather meetings and Research Group
meetings. The list is so extensive that we can only list them. To see a
description of a specific session, go the Conference schedule on-line at

http://www.jgsny2006.org/conference_program.cfm

SIG, Birds of a Feather and Research Group Meetings:

Roots in Poland: Problems and Solutions for Collaborative Research

Belchatow BOF
BialyGen SIG
Czestochowa-Radomsko Area Research Group (CRARG)
Danzig SIG
Gesher Galicia
Kolbuszowa Region Research Group
Lodz Area Research Group (LARG)
Pozen BOF
Rzeszow Research Group
Suwalki-Lomza BOF
Warsaw Research Group

JRI-Poland:

Jewish Records Indexing =96 Poland: What=92s New?
Making the Most of Your Polish Research =96 A Tour of the JRI-Poland =
Website
Strategies for Galician Research and More: Using the JRI-Poland Database
Uncovering Surnames in Patrynomic and Early JRI-Poland Records

Computer Labs:

Galician Research Online: Hints, Shortcuts, Techniques
JRI-Poland Database Search Techniques Workshop

Speakers >from Poland:

The Ones That Got Away: Polish Jews Who Left the Fold
Past at Present: Holdings of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw
Spiritual Genealogy: A Look at Polish Notary Documentation
Untapped Polish Resources

Archives, Vital Records and more:

Archival Holdings in Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Lithuania and Poland: An
Update Books of Residents and Other Lesser-Known Polish Sources
Finding Your Family in the 18th Century Records of the Grand Duchy of
Lithuania (Lithuania, Belarus, Parts of Poland and Ukraine)
How to Find 19th-Century Polish-Language Records and Unlock Their Secrets
1920s Polish Government Belarussian Files in the Vilnius Archives
Tabula Registers: An Untapped Genealogical Resource in the Lviv Archives
Ukrainian/Galician Archives: Records, Research and Resourcefulness
Unlocking Secrets: Translating Polish and Russian Documents of Genealogical
Value.
Using Clues in the Early Polish Vital Records to Connect Three Major
Families of Olkusz
Using Pre-1826 Polish Parish Records in Jewish Research
Vital Records in Prussian Poland: Getting the Whole Picture

Miscellaneous:

The Documentation, Protection and Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries in
Central and Eastern Europe
New Material on the Rise of Hasidism
"Our Middle Name Was Klezmer": Jewish Musical Families in 19th and 20th
Century Poland

For a complete list of the Polish content of the Conference, visit
http://www.jgsny2006.org/conference_program.cfm and in the Search box, find
the word "Poland" in the scroll down list. Click on the "Search" bar and you
will be able to view all of the Polish content listings.

5 Days to the Early Registration Deadline of May 15. For more information on
registering for the Conference, please visit
www.jgsny2006.org/registration.cfm .

Gloria Berkenstat Freund
26th Annual IAJGS Conference Program Committee Chair


JGS of Long Island Meeting #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island invites you to join us at our
Sunday, May 21 meeting.

Time: 2:00PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York

Topic: "How to Read Cemetery Monuments If You Can't Read Hebrew"

Our guest is speaker is JGSLI founding member, Ron Miller. Ron seves as Town
Coordinator for Rubezhevichi, Belarus. He is translating that town's yizkor
book and working to restore its emetery. He has also volunteered for Steve
Mose's Missing Manifests project. Ron will explain how to decipher a Hebrew
gravestone inscription. He will be distributing handouts that will help you
read dates, common names, expressions and symbols found on monuments.

Please bring your gravestone photos. If time allows, Ron will be happy to
assist you with interpreting the writing on the gravestone.


Admission is free and all are welcome. Our "Mispocha Mavens" will be
available at 1:30PM to take your genealogy questions. Resource materials will
be on hand. Cake and coffee will be seved.

For more information please contact Rhoda, rmiller871@aol.com

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Long Island Meeting #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island invites you to join us at our
Sunday, May 21 meeting.

Time: 2:00PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York

Topic: "How to Read Cemetery Monuments If You Can't Read Hebrew"

Our guest is speaker is JGSLI founding member, Ron Miller. Ron seves as Town
Coordinator for Rubezhevichi, Belarus. He is translating that town's yizkor
book and working to restore its emetery. He has also volunteered for Steve
Mose's Missing Manifests project. Ron will explain how to decipher a Hebrew
gravestone inscription. He will be distributing handouts that will help you
read dates, common names, expressions and symbols found on monuments.

Please bring your gravestone photos. If time allows, Ron will be happy to
assist you with interpreting the writing on the gravestone.


Admission is free and all are welcome. Our "Mispocha Mavens" will be
available at 1:30PM to take your genealogy questions. Resource materials will
be on hand. Cake and coffee will be seved.

For more information please contact Rhoda, rmiller871@aol.com

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


JGSI- Steve Morse coming to Skokie, IL: 6 June 2006 #general

Mikekarsen@...
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois (JGSI) proudly announces:

Tuesday, June 6: Temple Beth Israel, 3601 W. Dempster Street, Skokie

7:30 pm "One-Step Webpages: A Potpourri of Genealogical Search Tools."
presented by Dr. Stephen Morse.

The lecture is free to JGSI members. Non-member fee is $10, which will apply
to membership when you join JGSI by July 1, 2006.

For more information and to reserve your seat, phone 312-666-0100 or e-mail
_rsvp@jgsi.org_ (mailto:rsvp@jgsi.org) .
_www.jewishgen.org/jgsi_ (http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsi)

Mike Karsen

Researching FROST (Bucharest, Alexandria, Rounmania)
MARKOWITZ, BLUMENFELD (Botosani, Roumania)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGSI- Steve Morse coming to Skokie, IL: 6 June 2006 #general

Mikekarsen@...
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois (JGSI) proudly announces:

Tuesday, June 6: Temple Beth Israel, 3601 W. Dempster Street, Skokie

7:30 pm "One-Step Webpages: A Potpourri of Genealogical Search Tools."
presented by Dr. Stephen Morse.

The lecture is free to JGSI members. Non-member fee is $10, which will apply
to membership when you join JGSI by July 1, 2006.

For more information and to reserve your seat, phone 312-666-0100 or e-mail
_rsvp@jgsi.org_ (mailto:rsvp@jgsi.org) .
_www.jewishgen.org/jgsi_ (http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsi)

Mike Karsen

Researching FROST (Bucharest, Alexandria, Rounmania)
MARKOWITZ, BLUMENFELD (Botosani, Roumania)