The 1950 Census and its impact on Genealogical Research” a virtual presentation will be hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Beach County on Wednesday March 9, 2022,at 1PM EST. #announcements #jgs-iajgs


Walter Rosenthal
 

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The 1950 Census and its impact on Genealogical Research” a virtual presentation will be hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Beach County  on Wednesday March 9, 2022,at 1PM EST.
 

“The 1950 Census and its impact on Genealogical Research” a virtual presentation will be hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Beach County on Wednesday March 9, 2022,at 1PM EST.

For 72 years, any personally identifiable information collected in the 1950 census has been unavailable except for legal heirs.  On Wednesday, March 9, 2022 at 1PM EST, JGSPBC will host a virtual overview of the importance  of the release of such data and the means of accessing and utilizing such critical information.  The presenter will be Ms. Mona Freedman Morris, President Emerita of the sponsoring organization, a professional genealogist, author of Scattered Seeds, a Guide to Jewish Genealogy and a Distinguished Lecturer for Judaic Studies.  Her presentation will focus on the significance of the 1950 records to everyone researching their family history.  Ms. Morris will describe the processes any researcher can employ to fill in the missing information on their family tree

 

To register, please go to jgspbc.org and click on Register for March.  You will receive an immediate acknowledgement and a link prior to the presentation on March 9. The meeting is free to JGSPBC members; guests are asked to pay a $5 fee, applicable toward the $30.00 annual membership.

 

 

Walter Rosenthal

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