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Re: Warts & All #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

It is clear that you need to decide whether you would rather show the warts or
retain the family relationship.

It is quite understandable if someone is not too happy about a story (even if
true) that doesn't show a close relative such as a parent in a good light.

We are presumably not talking about idle chatter that we make about our relatives
at family gatherings but circulated family histories.

A lot of these discussions I imagine would hinge on the truth or otherwise of the
material.

I have a close relation who is a well-known author who has published a memoir
about the family. There is material in the book which concerns my grandfather.

There is nothing personally objectionable about his memories of my grandfather,
except that his memory must be faulty as the basic facts that he mentions about my
grandfather are demonstrably wrong - for instance, he didn't have the position in
the family business that the author claims.

It is rather difficult to counter the impact of a bestselling book in the public's
consciousness. The family doesn't get a right to reply and we naturally don't want
to trash him either.

--
Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany)
KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany) LANDAU (only adopted on
leaving Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?) (Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov, Belarus)


Seeking: Lote BER or BAR-Girtagola, Raisieiniai, Lithuania #general

Alexandra Alznauer <petiealznauer@...>
 

I posted a message like this last year. I am looking for two Submittesr of
Holocaust Testimony to Yad Vashem, their descendants or anyone who may be related
to or know anything about the people/families mentioned below. The first
submitter is named Lote BER or BAR. In 1955 she lived at King George xxx Street
in Tel Aiv, Israel. She gave testimony about Shumel Hirsch ZILBERMAN who was
born in Girtagola (Girkalnis), Lithuania in 1887. Shmuel was a single
schoolteacher. According to another Submitter, Rabbi Azriel KRAM or KREMER of
Israel, Shmuel had a brother named Yisrael who was also a single schoolteacher.
Yehudit Lita (Volume 4) describes their murder alongside their mother at the hands
of the Lithuanians. Accoriing to Rabbi Kreme, the brothers had a sister whose
first name is unknown. She survived the Shoah, came to the U.S. and married a man
from Slutsk. They had children. I am trying to find either this survivor whose
maiden name is ZILBERMAN or SILVERMAN or her children or grandchildren.

The parents of Shmuel, Yisrael and their sister were Raicha and Eliezer (Lazar)
ZILBERMANof Girtagola. I believe that Lazar may have been related to Izrael
ZILBERMAN (perhaps a cousin). In 1879, Izrael was the assistant to the Av Bet Din
(Chief Rabbi) in Raiseiniai District for Girtagola. The Rabbi, who was >from
Jonava, was named Shmuel Hirsh EPSHTEYN (Halevy-Epstein; descendants now known as
LEVIN-EPSTEIN). The Rabbi's best friend Shmuel ZILBERMAN of Girtagola (orginally
from Koenigsberg, Prussia) was my great-greatgrandfather. Shmuel's daughter,
Cyrella ZILBERMAN, married the son of the Rabbi who was also a Rabbi. The Rabbi's
daughter married a Rabbi named GORDON. Cyrella ZILBERMAN and her husband, Rabbi
LEVIN-EPSTEIN moved to Sheffield, England where he was the Av Bet Din. This part
of the family tree is documented in Dr. Neil Rosenstein's book, The Lurie Legacy.

Thanks to JewishGen and LitvakSIG I have found the LEVIN-EPSTEIN descendants in
England and the US. Before it is too late I am trying to find either Lote BER/BAR
or her relatives. I am also trying to locate the Shoah survivor whose name was
ZILBERMAN before she came to the U.S. and married the man >from Slutsk. I know
that she and her husband visited Rabbi and Mrs.Kremer in Israel some years ago.
Perhaps these names and stories will sound familiar to someone's children or
grandchildren. I am also trying to find the descendants of the VINIK/VINNIK family
of Girtagola. One of my ZILBERMAN greatgreatuncles may have used the name VINIK
for a while to avoid conscription. In 1879 Izrael VINIK son of Iosel VINIK,
"represented a prayer school" in Girtagola. Does this mean he was a Melamed or an
administrator of the school? There were nine such representatives of the prayer
school listed that year.

One more point about Lote BER/BAR: She also gave testimony for a brother named
Alex bar Josef ALEXANDER and a sister Tzetzilla ALEXANDER both of Berlin, Germany;
a cousin Chaim KARNOVSKY (who was born in Raiseiniai in 1896 to Natan and Ester
and became a merchant); an aunt Hene VINIKAITE (Kheine VINIK), born in Girtagola
in 1895 to Yisrael who was single and a clothing store owner in Kelme where she
died); and another cousin, Feivel SHAPIRO (born in Lithuania in 1900, head of a
Yeshiva in Belgium, who married a woman named Khiena FLEISCHER with whom he had an
11 year old child named Yehudit).

Alexandra Alznauer
San Francisco and Los Angeles, California
Lithuania: ZILBERMAN, ALEXANDER, LURIE, KARP/GARB, SNEIDER/SCHNEIDEROWITCH,
LEVIN-EPSTEIN/, IUDKOWSKY, COPLON, PLAGER - Prussia: ZILBERMAN, BLUME [Berlin],
SILVERBERG [Scharfenberg?, Berlin?] - Ukraine: NAYFACK/NEIFACH, GARFIELD/GOTTLIEB
- England: LICHTENSTEIN
***
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Family Finder (JGFF) and family connections are being made more and more
frequently. If you have not already done so, please log onto
www.jewishgen.org/jgff and using the ENTER/MODIFY procedure enter and register
all the surnames of interest to your family research. As you learn about more
names and places of origin, they can always be added, but only **you** can keep
your own listings up to date.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Warts & All #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

It is clear that you need to decide whether you would rather show the warts or
retain the family relationship.

It is quite understandable if someone is not too happy about a story (even if
true) that doesn't show a close relative such as a parent in a good light.

We are presumably not talking about idle chatter that we make about our relatives
at family gatherings but circulated family histories.

A lot of these discussions I imagine would hinge on the truth or otherwise of the
material.

I have a close relation who is a well-known author who has published a memoir
about the family. There is material in the book which concerns my grandfather.

There is nothing personally objectionable about his memories of my grandfather,
except that his memory must be faulty as the basic facts that he mentions about my
grandfather are demonstrably wrong - for instance, he didn't have the position in
the family business that the author claims.

It is rather difficult to counter the impact of a bestselling book in the public's
consciousness. The family doesn't get a right to reply and we naturally don't want
to trash him either.

--
Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany)
KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany) LANDAU (only adopted on
leaving Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?) (Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov, Belarus)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking: Lote BER or BAR-Girtagola, Raisieiniai, Lithuania #general

Alexandra Alznauer <petiealznauer@...>
 

I posted a message like this last year. I am looking for two Submittesr of
Holocaust Testimony to Yad Vashem, their descendants or anyone who may be related
to or know anything about the people/families mentioned below. The first
submitter is named Lote BER or BAR. In 1955 she lived at King George xxx Street
in Tel Aiv, Israel. She gave testimony about Shumel Hirsch ZILBERMAN who was
born in Girtagola (Girkalnis), Lithuania in 1887. Shmuel was a single
schoolteacher. According to another Submitter, Rabbi Azriel KRAM or KREMER of
Israel, Shmuel had a brother named Yisrael who was also a single schoolteacher.
Yehudit Lita (Volume 4) describes their murder alongside their mother at the hands
of the Lithuanians. Accoriing to Rabbi Kreme, the brothers had a sister whose
first name is unknown. She survived the Shoah, came to the U.S. and married a man
from Slutsk. They had children. I am trying to find either this survivor whose
maiden name is ZILBERMAN or SILVERMAN or her children or grandchildren.

The parents of Shmuel, Yisrael and their sister were Raicha and Eliezer (Lazar)
ZILBERMANof Girtagola. I believe that Lazar may have been related to Izrael
ZILBERMAN (perhaps a cousin). In 1879, Izrael was the assistant to the Av Bet Din
(Chief Rabbi) in Raiseiniai District for Girtagola. The Rabbi, who was >from
Jonava, was named Shmuel Hirsh EPSHTEYN (Halevy-Epstein; descendants now known as
LEVIN-EPSTEIN). The Rabbi's best friend Shmuel ZILBERMAN of Girtagola (orginally
from Koenigsberg, Prussia) was my great-greatgrandfather. Shmuel's daughter,
Cyrella ZILBERMAN, married the son of the Rabbi who was also a Rabbi. The Rabbi's
daughter married a Rabbi named GORDON. Cyrella ZILBERMAN and her husband, Rabbi
LEVIN-EPSTEIN moved to Sheffield, England where he was the Av Bet Din. This part
of the family tree is documented in Dr. Neil Rosenstein's book, The Lurie Legacy.

Thanks to JewishGen and LitvakSIG I have found the LEVIN-EPSTEIN descendants in
England and the US. Before it is too late I am trying to find either Lote BER/BAR
or her relatives. I am also trying to locate the Shoah survivor whose name was
ZILBERMAN before she came to the U.S. and married the man >from Slutsk. I know
that she and her husband visited Rabbi and Mrs.Kremer in Israel some years ago.
Perhaps these names and stories will sound familiar to someone's children or
grandchildren. I am also trying to find the descendants of the VINIK/VINNIK family
of Girtagola. One of my ZILBERMAN greatgreatuncles may have used the name VINIK
for a while to avoid conscription. In 1879 Izrael VINIK son of Iosel VINIK,
"represented a prayer school" in Girtagola. Does this mean he was a Melamed or an
administrator of the school? There were nine such representatives of the prayer
school listed that year.

One more point about Lote BER/BAR: She also gave testimony for a brother named
Alex bar Josef ALEXANDER and a sister Tzetzilla ALEXANDER both of Berlin, Germany;
a cousin Chaim KARNOVSKY (who was born in Raiseiniai in 1896 to Natan and Ester
and became a merchant); an aunt Hene VINIKAITE (Kheine VINIK), born in Girtagola
in 1895 to Yisrael who was single and a clothing store owner in Kelme where she
died); and another cousin, Feivel SHAPIRO (born in Lithuania in 1900, head of a
Yeshiva in Belgium, who married a woman named Khiena FLEISCHER with whom he had an
11 year old child named Yehudit).

Alexandra Alznauer
San Francisco and Los Angeles, California
Lithuania: ZILBERMAN, ALEXANDER, LURIE, KARP/GARB, SNEIDER/SCHNEIDEROWITCH,
LEVIN-EPSTEIN/, IUDKOWSKY, COPLON, PLAGER - Prussia: ZILBERMAN, BLUME [Berlin],
SILVERBERG [Scharfenberg?, Berlin?] - Ukraine: NAYFACK/NEIFACH, GARFIELD/GOTTLIEB
- England: LICHTENSTEIN
***
MODERATOR NOTE: One of JewishGen's most heavily visited sites is the JewishGen
Family Finder (JGFF) and family connections are being made more and more
frequently. If you have not already done so, please log onto
www.jewishgen.org/jgff and using the ENTER/MODIFY procedure enter and register
all the surnames of interest to your family research. As you learn about more
names and places of origin, they can always be added, but only **you** can keep
your own listings up to date.


"Jewish Cemeteries, Synagogues, and Mass Grave Sites in Ukraine" #general

Renee Steinig <rsteinig@...>
 

Visiting the website of the United States Commission for the Preservation of
America's Heritage Abroad (www.heritageabroad.gov) today, I found a link to their
recent report, "Jewish Cemeteries, Synagogues, and Mass Grave Sites in Ukraine"
(www.heritageabroad.gov/reports/doc/survey_ukraine_2005.pdf). The illustrated
180-page report includes sections on Jewish heritage in Ukraine, Jewish sites in
Ukraine, and preservation efforts and issues. Several pages discuss the
constituencies who care about the location, access, and condition of Jewish
cemeteries in Ukraine -- primarily Hasidim and Jewish genealogists -- and quote
several of our colleagues.

More than half of the book is made up of these appendices:

- an alphabetical list of the localities surveyed by the Commission, with oblast
in parentheses

- lists of the synagogues, cemeteries, mass graves, and Holocaust memorials that
were surveyed (listed alphabetically by oblast, then town)

- contact individuals, institutions, and organizations

According to the website, the Commission posts complete data on the Internet via
the IAJGS's International Jewish Cemetery Project
(www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/e-europe). Additional information is also available
from uscommission@heritageabroad.gov .
Three earlier Commission surveys are also available online:

- "Jewish Monuments of Slovenia," 2nd revised edition, 1996

- "Survey of Historic Jewish Monuments in Poland,"
2nd revised edition, 1995

- "Survey of Historic Jewish Monuments in the Czech Republic," 1994

Despite the broad mission that its name suggests, the Commission's focus is
endangered Jewish sites in Central and Eastern Europe.

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills (Long Island), New York, USA
RSteinig@suffolk.lib.ny.us
***
MODERATOR NOTE: The report Renee found is a very large file (7.4 megabytes).
Genners with dialup connections might find it preferable not to open this 108 page
document.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen "Jewish Cemeteries, Synagogues, and Mass Grave Sites in Ukraine" #general

Renee Steinig <rsteinig@...>
 

Visiting the website of the United States Commission for the Preservation of
America's Heritage Abroad (www.heritageabroad.gov) today, I found a link to their
recent report, "Jewish Cemeteries, Synagogues, and Mass Grave Sites in Ukraine"
(www.heritageabroad.gov/reports/doc/survey_ukraine_2005.pdf). The illustrated
180-page report includes sections on Jewish heritage in Ukraine, Jewish sites in
Ukraine, and preservation efforts and issues. Several pages discuss the
constituencies who care about the location, access, and condition of Jewish
cemeteries in Ukraine -- primarily Hasidim and Jewish genealogists -- and quote
several of our colleagues.

More than half of the book is made up of these appendices:

- an alphabetical list of the localities surveyed by the Commission, with oblast
in parentheses

- lists of the synagogues, cemeteries, mass graves, and Holocaust memorials that
were surveyed (listed alphabetically by oblast, then town)

- contact individuals, institutions, and organizations

According to the website, the Commission posts complete data on the Internet via
the IAJGS's International Jewish Cemetery Project
(www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/e-europe). Additional information is also available
from uscommission@heritageabroad.gov .
Three earlier Commission surveys are also available online:

- "Jewish Monuments of Slovenia," 2nd revised edition, 1996

- "Survey of Historic Jewish Monuments in Poland,"
2nd revised edition, 1995

- "Survey of Historic Jewish Monuments in the Czech Republic," 1994

Despite the broad mission that its name suggests, the Commission's focus is
endangered Jewish sites in Central and Eastern Europe.

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills (Long Island), New York, USA
RSteinig@suffolk.lib.ny.us
***
MODERATOR NOTE: The report Renee found is a very large file (7.4 megabytes).
Genners with dialup connections might find it preferable not to open this 108 page
document.


Re: Include Warts and All #general

Gladys Paulin <paulin@...>
 

If you want a true and accurate family history, everything should be included and
every fact should be documented as to its source.

As long as the source is included, the reader/viewer can than evaluate its
possible accuracy. Oral history is just that. Unless it is corroborated by
research and supporting documentation, it must merely be considered as family
lore, not family fact.

To quote a very good genealogist that I know: "Genealogy without documentation is
mythology."

Enjoy,
Gladys Friedman Paulin, CG
Winter Springs, FL
<Would be interested in hearing opinions on whether to provide only positive
descriptions of our parents and grandparents or to include any negative aspects
i.e. a "warts and all" account of his ancestors. Harold Lewin - Jerusalem>


Re: Should we exclude the warts? #general

ac <anitac47@...>
 

Don't know if you remember the very old TV show "Dragnet". Detective Joe Friday's
stock line was "The facts m'am, just the facts". And, as far as possible,
supportable facts. Put yourself in the position of being one of those folks on
your genealogy chart--would you like your bad or foolish decisions to be splayed
out for the millenia?

Just my 2 cents (probably now about $2.54 with inflation).

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY
Searching: NADWORNY anywhere--particularly prior to 1859 Odessa.


Warts & All #general

Steve Orlen
 

Dear Cousins,

The one time I included "a wart." my cousin A., whose father was the subject of
the story, refused to speak to me. She called cousins B. and C., and that was the
end of those relationships. At least for a while. I apologized, and resumed all
relationships.

I suggest keeping a separate file that includes those interesting stories about
our horse thieves, children born out of wedlock, family splits, et cetera. The
question about inclusion might be: which living people would be terribly offended,
keeping in mind that it doesn't take much to offend some people.

Best, Steve Orlen
Tucson, AZ


Re: Race. Questions 6 and 12. USCensusBureau http://www.census.gov/acs #general

Linda Altman <familysearch@...>
 

Don;
for the 1910 US Census, Population Schedule, the census enumerators were
instructed to record the following in column 6:
W for white.
B for black, of full black blood.
Mu for mulatto for any trace of "black" blood.
Ch for Chinese.
Jp for Japanese.
In for Indian (there is a separate schedule for these individuals).
O for Other. If other is listed then the persons race shall be written in in the
left margin.
You should not see Jewish listed in this column.

In column 12 the nationality of all foreign born individuals was listed. The
Mother tongue was also listed. Those immigrants >from European countries who were
Jewish were identified as either speaking Yiddish, Hebrew or sometimes Jewish. The
same applied to column 13 for the person's father if foreign born and column 14
for the person's mother if foreign born.

For example: in columns 12, 13 and 14 if you see Russia/Hebrew or Russia/Yiddish
or Russia /Jewish it means the person was born in Russia and speaks either Hebrew
or Yiddish as a native tongue. You may also see Ireland/Gaelic, Ireland/English,
Italy/Italian etc....

Linda Altman
Raleigh, NC

For Jews what are the varied ways we might answer the USCensusBureau
http://www.census.gov/acs questions 6 and 12 at
http://groups.google.com/group/soc.culture.jewish/msg/2fa3eb5c854878b2


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Include Warts and All #general

Gladys Paulin <paulin@...>
 

If you want a true and accurate family history, everything should be included and
every fact should be documented as to its source.

As long as the source is included, the reader/viewer can than evaluate its
possible accuracy. Oral history is just that. Unless it is corroborated by
research and supporting documentation, it must merely be considered as family
lore, not family fact.

To quote a very good genealogist that I know: "Genealogy without documentation is
mythology."

Enjoy,
Gladys Friedman Paulin, CG
Winter Springs, FL
<Would be interested in hearing opinions on whether to provide only positive
descriptions of our parents and grandparents or to include any negative aspects
i.e. a "warts and all" account of his ancestors. Harold Lewin - Jerusalem>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Should we exclude the warts? #general

ac <anitac47@...>
 

Don't know if you remember the very old TV show "Dragnet". Detective Joe Friday's
stock line was "The facts m'am, just the facts". And, as far as possible,
supportable facts. Put yourself in the position of being one of those folks on
your genealogy chart--would you like your bad or foolish decisions to be splayed
out for the millenia?

Just my 2 cents (probably now about $2.54 with inflation).

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY
Searching: NADWORNY anywhere--particularly prior to 1859 Odessa.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Warts & All #general

Steve Orlen
 

Dear Cousins,

The one time I included "a wart." my cousin A., whose father was the subject of
the story, refused to speak to me. She called cousins B. and C., and that was the
end of those relationships. At least for a while. I apologized, and resumed all
relationships.

I suggest keeping a separate file that includes those interesting stories about
our horse thieves, children born out of wedlock, family splits, et cetera. The
question about inclusion might be: which living people would be terribly offended,
keeping in mind that it doesn't take much to offend some people.

Best, Steve Orlen
Tucson, AZ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Race. Questions 6 and 12. USCensusBureau http://www.census.gov/acs #general

Linda Altman <familysearch@...>
 

Don;
for the 1910 US Census, Population Schedule, the census enumerators were
instructed to record the following in column 6:
W for white.
B for black, of full black blood.
Mu for mulatto for any trace of "black" blood.
Ch for Chinese.
Jp for Japanese.
In for Indian (there is a separate schedule for these individuals).
O for Other. If other is listed then the persons race shall be written in in the
left margin.
You should not see Jewish listed in this column.

In column 12 the nationality of all foreign born individuals was listed. The
Mother tongue was also listed. Those immigrants >from European countries who were
Jewish were identified as either speaking Yiddish, Hebrew or sometimes Jewish. The
same applied to column 13 for the person's father if foreign born and column 14
for the person's mother if foreign born.

For example: in columns 12, 13 and 14 if you see Russia/Hebrew or Russia/Yiddish
or Russia /Jewish it means the person was born in Russia and speaks either Hebrew
or Yiddish as a native tongue. You may also see Ireland/Gaelic, Ireland/English,
Italy/Italian etc....

Linda Altman
Raleigh, NC

For Jews what are the varied ways we might answer the USCensusBureau
http://www.census.gov/acs questions 6 and 12 at
http://groups.google.com/group/soc.culture.jewish/msg/2fa3eb5c854878b2


Re: Privacy on the internet #general

David Shaw <dshaw@...>
 

Stan Goodman <SPAM_FOILER@hashkedim.com> wrote:

You can do pretty much the same thing using the printed telephone directory that
you, your parents, and your grandparents (and all predators) have had available
for a century, but nobody thought to worry until the same information got online
so you can see it on a monitor screen.
I don't think the common objection to this is that this information is available.
As you say, this information was available in some form or another for (over) a
century. What has changed is the sheer ease of getting and connecting different
pieces of data.

While even 1 generation ago, a person would have to arrange to get a copy of a
non-local phone book via the library, wait for it to arrive, find an address,
order a map >from somewhere, travel to the town, physically sit in a court records
room to pull information, etc, etc... now can just visit any number of websites
and have the information nicely presented in a few minutes without moving a
muscle.

The bar is dramatically lower than it was a century ago. Information is now, if
you will, wholesale, not retail.

This is a incalculable boon to genealogists, of course.
Unfortunately, it an incalculable boon to other, less harmless, people as well.

David


Re: Should we exclude the warts? #general

גירון
 

Hello,
I believe we should tell all the stories.
Of course there should be a big distinction between stories, facts and gossip.
A 19 year old person can understand the difference . ( and even mention that in
his documentation )
Nava Giron
Isreal


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Privacy on the internet #general

David Shaw <dshaw@...>
 

Stan Goodman <SPAM_FOILER@hashkedim.com> wrote:

You can do pretty much the same thing using the printed telephone directory that
you, your parents, and your grandparents (and all predators) have had available
for a century, but nobody thought to worry until the same information got online
so you can see it on a monitor screen.
I don't think the common objection to this is that this information is available.
As you say, this information was available in some form or another for (over) a
century. What has changed is the sheer ease of getting and connecting different
pieces of data.

While even 1 generation ago, a person would have to arrange to get a copy of a
non-local phone book via the library, wait for it to arrive, find an address,
order a map >from somewhere, travel to the town, physically sit in a court records
room to pull information, etc, etc... now can just visit any number of websites
and have the information nicely presented in a few minutes without moving a
muscle.

The bar is dramatically lower than it was a century ago. Information is now, if
you will, wholesale, not retail.

This is a incalculable boon to genealogists, of course.
Unfortunately, it an incalculable boon to other, less harmless, people as well.

David


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Should we exclude the warts? #general

גירון
 

Hello,
I believe we should tell all the stories.
Of course there should be a big distinction between stories, facts and gossip.
A 19 year old person can understand the difference . ( and even mention that in
his documentation )
Nava Giron
Isreal


November Meeting, JGS of Colorado #general

ANNE FENDRICH <AFENDRICH@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Colorado will meet Sunday, November 6, 1:30
p.m. at B'nai Havurah, 6445 E. Ohio Ave., one block west of Monaco, one block
south of Leetsdale. Terry Lasky will give the main presentation on "Internet
Resources for the Genealogist." A mini-presentation will be given be Myndel Cohen
on the aides created by Stephen Morse.

For further information call:

Anne Fendrich
President, JGS of Colorado
303-759-9824


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen November Meeting, JGS of Colorado #general

ANNE FENDRICH <AFENDRICH@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Colorado will meet Sunday, November 6, 1:30
p.m. at B'nai Havurah, 6445 E. Ohio Ave., one block west of Monaco, one block
south of Leetsdale. Terry Lasky will give the main presentation on "Internet
Resources for the Genealogist." A mini-presentation will be given be Myndel Cohen
on the aides created by Stephen Morse.

For further information call:

Anne Fendrich
President, JGS of Colorado
303-759-9824