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Re: Tax Census 1828 LDS film #hungary

Gary Luke <feraltek@...>
 

At 07:57 AM 8/12/00 -0500, Dolph Klein wrote:
From: Gary Luke <feraltek@zeta.org.au>

Has anyone had a look at the LDS films of the Census of the Taxable
Population of Hungary 1828, LDS films #622941 to #623771? What sort of
information does it have?
Thank you to all who replied.

Louis Schonfeld's has an explanatory article on the Hungarian SIG site at
http://www.jewishgen.org/hungary/articles.htm

Gary

===================
Gary Luke
feraltek@zeta.org.au
fax +61-2-9519-9907
Sydney, Australia


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Tax Census 1828 LDS film #hungary

Gary Luke <feraltek@...>
 

At 07:57 AM 8/12/00 -0500, Dolph Klein wrote:
From: Gary Luke <feraltek@zeta.org.au>

Has anyone had a look at the LDS films of the Census of the Taxable
Population of Hungary 1828, LDS films #622941 to #623771? What sort of
information does it have?
Thank you to all who replied.

Louis Schonfeld's has an explanatory article on the Hungarian SIG site at
http://www.jewishgen.org/hungary/articles.htm

Gary

===================
Gary Luke
feraltek@zeta.org.au
fax +61-2-9519-9907
Sydney, Australia


translation help? #hungary

John Rothchild <jroth@...>
 

Can someone assist with the following headings >from two 1843 documents.
The first says:
Ossze erasa [or irasa]
Munkatsi Jaras Also [illegible]
[] dor tero Zsido folenete [or solenete]
Neve a csalados teno [or seno] fonch [or sonch]

The second one is a census document and the headings are as follows:
Hazi gazda vagy Saxdasszony, neve
Hazi csaldol attya vagy annya
Felesegek
Ezzel egy: Tiu gyermek and Leany gyermek
Tesoverek

I may be transcribing the letters inaccurately. Thanks for any help.
--Joan Hartman


Hungary SIG #Hungary translation help? #hungary

John Rothchild <jroth@...>
 

Can someone assist with the following headings >from two 1843 documents.
The first says:
Ossze erasa [or irasa]
Munkatsi Jaras Also [illegible]
[] dor tero Zsido folenete [or solenete]
Neve a csalados teno [or seno] fonch [or sonch]

The second one is a census document and the headings are as follows:
Hazi gazda vagy Saxdasszony, neve
Hazi csaldol attya vagy annya
Felesegek
Ezzel egy: Tiu gyermek and Leany gyermek
Tesoverek

I may be transcribing the letters inaccurately. Thanks for any help.
--Joan Hartman


GARNER, STURGE, WITT: Jewish Names? #general

Ma <sneezi@...>
 

Hi Staff:

What are the chances of the surnames of
Garner having an Jewish source as well as the name of Sturge; also, is
the name of Witt Jewish?

Thanks
Edna McDonald


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen GARNER, STURGE, WITT: Jewish Names? #general

Ma <sneezi@...>
 

Hi Staff:

What are the chances of the surnames of
Garner having an Jewish source as well as the name of Sturge; also, is
the name of Witt Jewish?

Thanks
Edna McDonald


Israel Genealogy Society - Netanya Branch #general

Jane Vogel-Kohai & Ofer Kohai <vogelko@...>
 

Dear Genners in the Netanya-Sharon region of Israel:

The next meeting of the Netanya Genealogy group will be on Monday, December
18 when there will be a demonstration of DoroTree "The Jewish Family Tree
Software" by Zvi Wolicki. On the same evening Sandra Catalove will tell us
of a wealth of information she has found on Polish and Latvian names and
archives.
The January meeting will be on Monday the 15th.
All meetings are held at
the AACI (Back room) 28 Shmuel Hantaziv, Netanya.
Entry to for members of the Israel Genealogical Society is without charge.
Non-members N.I.S.15.

If you have not already done so now is the time for to renew your membership
and for nonmembers to take the opportunity to join. Membership gives entry
to all meetings of the branches in Jerusalem, the Negev, Tel Aviv and
Netanya. Also use of the Library and three copies of the Society Journal
"Sharsharot Hadorot" in both Hebrew and English.

For further information contact Joe Isaacs,
jisaacs@netvision.net.ilE-mail

Check out the Israel Genealogy Society's Webpage at
http:// www.isragen.org.il


Connecticut JGS meeting #general

marciarthur <marciarthur@...>
 

Greetings,

The Connecticut JGS will meet on December 17, 2000 at 2:00 at United
Synagogue 205 Mohawk Dr.
West Hartford.

Ada Greenblatt, an expert on NYC burials and tombstones will be the speaker.

Any questions contact Marcia Indianer Meyers
marciarthur@msn.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Israel Genealogy Society - Netanya Branch #general

Jane Vogel-Kohai & Ofer Kohai <vogelko@...>
 

Dear Genners in the Netanya-Sharon region of Israel:

The next meeting of the Netanya Genealogy group will be on Monday, December
18 when there will be a demonstration of DoroTree "The Jewish Family Tree
Software" by Zvi Wolicki. On the same evening Sandra Catalove will tell us
of a wealth of information she has found on Polish and Latvian names and
archives.
The January meeting will be on Monday the 15th.
All meetings are held at
the AACI (Back room) 28 Shmuel Hantaziv, Netanya.
Entry to for members of the Israel Genealogical Society is without charge.
Non-members N.I.S.15.

If you have not already done so now is the time for to renew your membership
and for nonmembers to take the opportunity to join. Membership gives entry
to all meetings of the branches in Jerusalem, the Negev, Tel Aviv and
Netanya. Also use of the Library and three copies of the Society Journal
"Sharsharot Hadorot" in both Hebrew and English.

For further information contact Joe Isaacs,
jisaacs@netvision.net.ilE-mail

Check out the Israel Genealogy Society's Webpage at
http:// www.isragen.org.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Connecticut JGS meeting #general

marciarthur <marciarthur@...>
 

Greetings,

The Connecticut JGS will meet on December 17, 2000 at 2:00 at United
Synagogue 205 Mohawk Dr.
West Hartford.

Ada Greenblatt, an expert on NYC burials and tombstones will be the speaker.

Any questions contact Marcia Indianer Meyers
marciarthur@msn.com


PETRA name #general

Udi Cain
 

Hello to all

One of my ancestors was called PETRA ANDUJAR .My family comes from
Spain,however this name doesn't seem spanish.Do you have any ideas?

Thanks in Advance
Violette Novo Germanaud France
Dear Violette et al.

Although Petra is a Christian female name which is quiet common amongst
women >from middle and east Europe, and which I suppose is derived >from the
name Peter who was one of the messengers in the beginning of Christianity.
It is also the name of the ancient Nabbatian town, in Wady Musa, which is
located in Jordan kingdom.
But, PETER is also a Hebrew word which means: First born.

Regards. Udi Cain.


Looking for Samuel SHUFF & Son Inc. Brooklyn & Family #general

,
 

Dear Genners,
In the 1933/34 Brooklyn directory the following officers of Samuel Shuff and
Co, furniture manufacturers located at 34 Franklin Ave, Bklyn are listed :
William Shuff, president
George H Shuff, V.P.
Nettie sec-treas (mother of William and George)
Nettie also had another son, Harry, who was a dentist in Brooklyn. Nettie's
place of residence is listed as Philadelphia. She had a daughter there who
married a pharmacist, names unknown. Nettie was my grandmother's sister.
If any of this information sounds familiar to you, please contact me . TIA
Carol Blumenthal Cohen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen PETRA name #general

Udi Cain
 

Hello to all

One of my ancestors was called PETRA ANDUJAR .My family comes from
Spain,however this name doesn't seem spanish.Do you have any ideas?

Thanks in Advance
Violette Novo Germanaud France
Dear Violette et al.

Although Petra is a Christian female name which is quiet common amongst
women >from middle and east Europe, and which I suppose is derived >from the
name Peter who was one of the messengers in the beginning of Christianity.
It is also the name of the ancient Nabbatian town, in Wady Musa, which is
located in Jordan kingdom.
But, PETER is also a Hebrew word which means: First born.

Regards. Udi Cain.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for Samuel SHUFF & Son Inc. Brooklyn & Family #general

,
 

Dear Genners,
In the 1933/34 Brooklyn directory the following officers of Samuel Shuff and
Co, furniture manufacturers located at 34 Franklin Ave, Bklyn are listed :
William Shuff, president
George H Shuff, V.P.
Nettie sec-treas (mother of William and George)
Nettie also had another son, Harry, who was a dentist in Brooklyn. Nettie's
place of residence is listed as Philadelphia. She had a daughter there who
married a pharmacist, names unknown. Nettie was my grandmother's sister.
If any of this information sounds familiar to you, please contact me . TIA
Carol Blumenthal Cohen


Genealogical search engine #general

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Please visit
http://www.GenDoor.com/
It's a brand new site, still in beta version. It is supposed to be a
"genealogical search engine".

The word "jewish" produced over 40,000 documents. The "venetianer"
name produced 20 links. "kinnui" produced 11 documents. "jewish
cemetery hungary" resulted in almost 600 pages. So it's seems that
this is a serious place for genealogical researching.

Enjoy
Tom
--
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Genealogical search engine #general

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Please visit
http://www.GenDoor.com/
It's a brand new site, still in beta version. It is supposed to be a
"genealogical search engine".

The word "jewish" produced over 40,000 documents. The "venetianer"
name produced 20 links. "kinnui" produced 11 documents. "jewish
cemetery hungary" resulted in almost 600 pages. So it's seems that
this is a serious place for genealogical researching.

Enjoy
Tom
--
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Re: Duma List Project Status - Lists from Vitebsk guberniya? #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

I have felt very badly about the lack of information about Vitebsk
gubernia on the SIG website. Thanks to the efforts of Tom Gartman, the
1911 Vitebsk gubernia Vsia Rossiia (Business Directory) was recently
added to the All Belarus Database (ABD). In the future, we hope to
get the 1903 Vitebsk Vsia Rossiia added to the ABD. The Vsia Rossia (All
Russia Business Directory) was a published volume and not part of the
archival holdings. The Duma Lists are also not part of the archival
holdings of the National Historical Archives of Belarus. The Duma lists
were published in Gubernskie Vedomosti. For more information about the
Duma lists and the Gubernskie Vedomosti, please read the Duma FAQ
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/duma.htm.

The Summer 2000 issue of AVOTAYNU had an article indicating that Norman
Ross Publishing, Inc. had recently completed microfilming the Gubernskie
Vedomosti for a number of different gubernii within the Russian Empire,
including Vitebsk, Mogilev, Grodno, and Vilna. The Gubernskie Vedomosti
for Minsk was done some time ago and that is source of the Duma List
databases >from a number of the ueyds in Minsk gubernia that you will be
seeing within the next few days on the Belarus SIG website. The
Gubernskie Vedomosti for Minsk gubernia are in the New York Public
Library (NYPL) as well as a few other university libraries. Some libraries do
not have the whole collection for Minsk and I am not sure any of them
have the Gubernskie Vedomosti for newly filmed gubernii. The films are
about $100 each and include a minimum of 1000 pages on each roll of
film, two pages per frame. If the page format is very large--and it does
vary--then there may be as few as 700 pages, single frame. The cost for
libraries to obtain a complete set of films is quite an investment as can
be noted below for the gubernii in which the Belarus SIG would have and interest.

Vitebskie (Vitebsk, 1838-1864; 1867-1917), 80 reels, $7,200

Mogilevskie (Moghilev, 1838-1918), 59 reels, $5,300

Grodnenskie (Grodno, 1838-1915), 50 reels, $4,500

Minskie (Minsk, 1838-1917), 122 reels, $10,000

Vilna is not available yet

Norman Ross has no plans to digitize the images nor to make them
available on CD. For more details please see http://www.nross.com/slavic/slav17.htm#vedomosti

In order to extract Duma lists and other lists (draft lists, etc.) for
Vitebsk, Grodno, and Mogilev gubernii, several things must happen:

1. Libraries that are accessible to SIG members must purchase the
microfilm collections >from Norman Ross Publishing, Inc. This may
require SIG members, especially those of you who are associated with
Universities to contact your libraries and lobby to have them purchase
the film collections.

2. Assuming the films are available in a library, someone with Russian
language skills would have to find the Duma lists (and other lists on a
film or films.

3. Someone would have to make hard copies of the lists >from the films.
This is not a simple task as it will require that the library have a
good quality microfilm reader - printer that has the correct lens so
that you will be able to avoid having to make 6 or 8 pages for each
frame on the microfilm, according to people who have used the Minsk
films at the NYPL.

4. Someone will have to step forward and volunteer to coordinate the
research effort and either find volunteers to work on the project or
help raise funds to pay some professional to do the work.

5. Once the hard copies are made, the project coordinator will have to
develop templates and instructions for the volunteers or paid
professional to translate/transliterate the pages and enter it into an
Excel spreadsheet.

The big question! - Is there anyone out there who wants to be the
"someone"? The majority of the material that we have in the ABD and in
the Belarus Name Index is the result of volunteer efforts and I thank
all of you who have contributed to these efforts.

Another possibility is to try and identify the actual film reel numbers
from the Norman Ross collection and purchase only those rolls (at $100
each) which have the Duma lists. However, all the other tasks noted
above will still be required.

Getting back to the lack of Vitebsk records on the SIG website - There
are almost no Jewish records for Vitebsk gubernia in the Minsk archive,
based on the information we now have. Because the old Vitebsk gubernia
was split up between Belarus, Latvia, and Russia, it is possible that
the records we need are not in Belarus, but are in Latvia or Russia.
One set of records >from Vitebsk that are in the Minsk archive and have
been filmed by the Family History library is FHL film #1,920,795,
Senno Births 1861-1864 (there are other Jewish records on this film).

Mike Meshenberg <mjmeshenberg@anl.gov> is the SIG Research Coordinator.
If there is "someone" who wants to coordinate research efforts for
Vitebsk gubernia, Vitebsk uezyd, or Vitebsk city (or any other area in
Belarus), please contact Mike and volunteer.

Dave

Adam Katzeff wrote:

The Duma List Project is very interesting and I would be willing
contributing with money as well as help with translitteration/translation
from Russian to English. But, then I would appreciate that the lists came
from areas of interest to me.
---snip
So, now I'm trying to see if there is any other Belarus SIG members who are
interesting in trying to get copies of the Duma Lists >from Vitebsk guberniya
(if there of course are anyone preserved in the Belarussian archives) having
them translitterad/translated and put up on the Belarus SIG-site. Of course
this also applies for other kind of genealogical information >from the
Vitebsk guberniya.
--
David M. Fox
fox@erols.com
Arnold, MD USA
Belarus SIG Coordinator
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Duma List Project Status - Lists from Vitebsk guberniya? #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

I have felt very badly about the lack of information about Vitebsk
gubernia on the SIG website. Thanks to the efforts of Tom Gartman, the
1911 Vitebsk gubernia Vsia Rossiia (Business Directory) was recently
added to the All Belarus Database (ABD). In the future, we hope to
get the 1903 Vitebsk Vsia Rossiia added to the ABD. The Vsia Rossia (All
Russia Business Directory) was a published volume and not part of the
archival holdings. The Duma Lists are also not part of the archival
holdings of the National Historical Archives of Belarus. The Duma lists
were published in Gubernskie Vedomosti. For more information about the
Duma lists and the Gubernskie Vedomosti, please read the Duma FAQ
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/duma.htm.

The Summer 2000 issue of AVOTAYNU had an article indicating that Norman
Ross Publishing, Inc. had recently completed microfilming the Gubernskie
Vedomosti for a number of different gubernii within the Russian Empire,
including Vitebsk, Mogilev, Grodno, and Vilna. The Gubernskie Vedomosti
for Minsk was done some time ago and that is source of the Duma List
databases >from a number of the ueyds in Minsk gubernia that you will be
seeing within the next few days on the Belarus SIG website. The
Gubernskie Vedomosti for Minsk gubernia are in the New York Public
Library (NYPL) as well as a few other university libraries. Some libraries do
not have the whole collection for Minsk and I am not sure any of them
have the Gubernskie Vedomosti for newly filmed gubernii. The films are
about $100 each and include a minimum of 1000 pages on each roll of
film, two pages per frame. If the page format is very large--and it does
vary--then there may be as few as 700 pages, single frame. The cost for
libraries to obtain a complete set of films is quite an investment as can
be noted below for the gubernii in which the Belarus SIG would have and interest.

Vitebskie (Vitebsk, 1838-1864; 1867-1917), 80 reels, $7,200

Mogilevskie (Moghilev, 1838-1918), 59 reels, $5,300

Grodnenskie (Grodno, 1838-1915), 50 reels, $4,500

Minskie (Minsk, 1838-1917), 122 reels, $10,000

Vilna is not available yet

Norman Ross has no plans to digitize the images nor to make them
available on CD. For more details please see http://www.nross.com/slavic/slav17.htm#vedomosti

In order to extract Duma lists and other lists (draft lists, etc.) for
Vitebsk, Grodno, and Mogilev gubernii, several things must happen:

1. Libraries that are accessible to SIG members must purchase the
microfilm collections >from Norman Ross Publishing, Inc. This may
require SIG members, especially those of you who are associated with
Universities to contact your libraries and lobby to have them purchase
the film collections.

2. Assuming the films are available in a library, someone with Russian
language skills would have to find the Duma lists (and other lists on a
film or films.

3. Someone would have to make hard copies of the lists >from the films.
This is not a simple task as it will require that the library have a
good quality microfilm reader - printer that has the correct lens so
that you will be able to avoid having to make 6 or 8 pages for each
frame on the microfilm, according to people who have used the Minsk
films at the NYPL.

4. Someone will have to step forward and volunteer to coordinate the
research effort and either find volunteers to work on the project or
help raise funds to pay some professional to do the work.

5. Once the hard copies are made, the project coordinator will have to
develop templates and instructions for the volunteers or paid
professional to translate/transliterate the pages and enter it into an
Excel spreadsheet.

The big question! - Is there anyone out there who wants to be the
"someone"? The majority of the material that we have in the ABD and in
the Belarus Name Index is the result of volunteer efforts and I thank
all of you who have contributed to these efforts.

Another possibility is to try and identify the actual film reel numbers
from the Norman Ross collection and purchase only those rolls (at $100
each) which have the Duma lists. However, all the other tasks noted
above will still be required.

Getting back to the lack of Vitebsk records on the SIG website - There
are almost no Jewish records for Vitebsk gubernia in the Minsk archive,
based on the information we now have. Because the old Vitebsk gubernia
was split up between Belarus, Latvia, and Russia, it is possible that
the records we need are not in Belarus, but are in Latvia or Russia.
One set of records >from Vitebsk that are in the Minsk archive and have
been filmed by the Family History library is FHL film #1,920,795,
Senno Births 1861-1864 (there are other Jewish records on this film).

Mike Meshenberg <mjmeshenberg@anl.gov> is the SIG Research Coordinator.
If there is "someone" who wants to coordinate research efforts for
Vitebsk gubernia, Vitebsk uezyd, or Vitebsk city (or any other area in
Belarus), please contact Mike and volunteer.

Dave

Adam Katzeff wrote:

The Duma List Project is very interesting and I would be willing
contributing with money as well as help with translitteration/translation
from Russian to English. But, then I would appreciate that the lists came
from areas of interest to me.
---snip
So, now I'm trying to see if there is any other Belarus SIG members who are
interesting in trying to get copies of the Duma Lists >from Vitebsk guberniya
(if there of course are anyone preserved in the Belarussian archives) having
them translitterad/translated and put up on the Belarus SIG-site. Of course
this also applies for other kind of genealogical information >from the
Vitebsk guberniya.
--
David M. Fox
fox@erols.com
Arnold, MD USA
Belarus SIG Coordinator
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus


Announcing ShtetlSchleppers 2001 Schedules #warsaw #poland

Paul W. Ginsburg <pginsburg@...>
 

Can you remember what you did when you first discovered the name of your
ancestral shtetl? Did you try to find it on a map, or did you know to go
right to JewishGen's Shtetlseeker where lo and behold, there it was with a
star marking the exact location. You may have looked at that spot over and
over and began to dream about going there yourself someday. If that has been
your dream, it can become reality. JewishGen ShtetlSchleppers can take you
there.

Let 2001 be the year when you will actually visit that shtetl of your
ancestry, walk in the footsteps of your parents, your grandparents, your
great grand parents . As the Talmudic saying goes..."if not now, when? Let
this be the year that "when" becomes "now".

Explore the itineraries which take you to a hub city, provide the best in
touring sites of Jewish interest, introduce you to local leaders and then,
with your own private guide/driver/translator, really **live** the dream.
visit the place where your family originated. To get a better idea of making
this work for you..
<http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlschleppers/>. And what about London2001,
the International Summer Seminar?

Whether your plans include visiting before or after, but definitely 'in
conjunction with' London2001, the International Jewish Genealogy Summer
Seminar, be sure to sign up early . You will not only be sure of reserving
space, but most importantly you'll allow plenty of time for productive
pre-research.

The plans and schedules for London2001 are now online and linked >from the
JewishGen home page. It's a tremendous program with more than enough to meet
every interest. Have you looked, have you made your conference or hotel
reservation? Before you make your airline reservations, come and take a look
at
http://www.jewishgen.org/London2001/travel.htm

With advance planning and some smooth scheduling on the part of Joanna
Fletcher, JewishGen's ShtetlSchlepper Travel Manager it may be possible to
include London in the flight package for a pre- or post- conference
ShtetlSchlepper package enabling savings on airfares.

Finally, to accommodate those who have either already visited their
ancestral origins or have not yet reached that point in their research to
take that step, ShtetlSchleppers has created two or three-country cultural
tours
where you can visit Prague & Vienna, or Prague, Vienna & Budapest, all three
known for their breathtaking architecture and rich in Jewish history. It's
all online awaiting your visit.
-scheduled group departures,
-customized independent travel,
-two or three country cultural tours, and finally
- favorable air fares >from most cities to London2001

So whatever your dreams, whatever your travel interests may be in
conjunction with the London conference, Let JewishGen ShtetlSchleppers take
you there!

http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlschleppers/

Paul W. Ginsburg
ShtetlSchleppers Project Manager
pginsburg@jewishgen.org


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Announcing ShtetlSchleppers 2001 Schedules #warsaw #poland

Paul W. Ginsburg <pginsburg@...>
 

Can you remember what you did when you first discovered the name of your
ancestral shtetl? Did you try to find it on a map, or did you know to go
right to JewishGen's Shtetlseeker where lo and behold, there it was with a
star marking the exact location. You may have looked at that spot over and
over and began to dream about going there yourself someday. If that has been
your dream, it can become reality. JewishGen ShtetlSchleppers can take you
there.

Let 2001 be the year when you will actually visit that shtetl of your
ancestry, walk in the footsteps of your parents, your grandparents, your
great grand parents . As the Talmudic saying goes..."if not now, when? Let
this be the year that "when" becomes "now".

Explore the itineraries which take you to a hub city, provide the best in
touring sites of Jewish interest, introduce you to local leaders and then,
with your own private guide/driver/translator, really **live** the dream.
visit the place where your family originated. To get a better idea of making
this work for you..
<http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlschleppers/>. And what about London2001,
the International Summer Seminar?

Whether your plans include visiting before or after, but definitely 'in
conjunction with' London2001, the International Jewish Genealogy Summer
Seminar, be sure to sign up early . You will not only be sure of reserving
space, but most importantly you'll allow plenty of time for productive
pre-research.

The plans and schedules for London2001 are now online and linked >from the
JewishGen home page. It's a tremendous program with more than enough to meet
every interest. Have you looked, have you made your conference or hotel
reservation? Before you make your airline reservations, come and take a look
at
http://www.jewishgen.org/London2001/travel.htm

With advance planning and some smooth scheduling on the part of Joanna
Fletcher, JewishGen's ShtetlSchlepper Travel Manager it may be possible to
include London in the flight package for a pre- or post- conference
ShtetlSchlepper package enabling savings on airfares.

Finally, to accommodate those who have either already visited their
ancestral origins or have not yet reached that point in their research to
take that step, ShtetlSchleppers has created two or three-country cultural
tours
where you can visit Prague & Vienna, or Prague, Vienna & Budapest, all three
known for their breathtaking architecture and rich in Jewish history. It's
all online awaiting your visit.
-scheduled group departures,
-customized independent travel,
-two or three country cultural tours, and finally
- favorable air fares >from most cities to London2001

So whatever your dreams, whatever your travel interests may be in
conjunction with the London conference, Let JewishGen ShtetlSchleppers take
you there!

http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlschleppers/

Paul W. Ginsburg
ShtetlSchleppers Project Manager
pginsburg@jewishgen.org