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Extractions: Familysearch ... JEWISH RECORDS Jewish records [ Jüdische Urkunden ] include records of Jews or Jewish congregations. The Family History Library has over 2,000 microfilms of German Jewish vital records that list births, marriages, and deaths. These vital records are an excellent source for accurate information about Jewish ancestors. The Family History Library also has other types of Jewish records, including synagogue records, records of Jewish taxpayers, Holocaust victims, and censuses. General Historical Background The earliest German Jewish records are synagogue records, but these were not kept by all congregations. The German Jews did not usually keep registers of births, marriages, and deaths unless required to do so by law. In the early nineteenth century, Jews in many parts of Germany were required by law either to register with Catholic or Lutheran parishes or to prepare their own civil transcripts of births, marriages, and deaths. These types of records, whether kept by a Christian parish or civil authorities, are called Jewish records.
Extractions: Sites: Ancestry - The Polish Connection Polish genealogy and heritage resource site for learning more about your ancestors. (Added: Fri Jun 06 2003) Avotaynu Avotaynu is the leading publisher of information and products of interest to persons who are researching Jewish genealogy (Jewish roots) and Jewish family history. This includes the journal "Avotaynu", books, and microfiche. In addition, Avotaynu offers books, maps and video tapes published by other companies. (Added: Fri Jun 06 2003) Bald Mountain Childhood Centered around Mary Pawlak, this is an autobiographic, biographic and historical description of growing up in a Carpatho-Rusyn family in Irishtown and on nearby Bald Mountain during the 1920's and 30's. Both these areas are close to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
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Extractions: for her course at the Lifetime Learners Institute , Norwalk CT. Introduction to Genealogy Before we begin, just in case a few of you are beginners, it is imperative that you read an Introduction to Genealogy.....you can get a book at the library, or go to any one of the following Introductory Web Pages: For all states and countries, read the Research Outline at
Extractions: web hosting domain names email addresses WHY THIS SITE? Interactive Genealogy combines searches for genealogy, living people, local history, and travel by state and keyword , because our family 's history sometimes changed by what was happening around them and by the geography of where they lived. WHY THE MOVE TO AOL? This current site is often not available for making updates. AOL usually is. Interactive Genealogy Index Databases Choose a State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware DC Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Texas Tennessee Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming INTERACTIVE GENEALOGY States
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Extractions: Genealogy Main Page Search Order Database of Civil Registers in the Polish State Archives The Polish State Archives are managed by The Head Office of State Archives (Naczelna Dyrekcja Archiwow Panstwowych). They include three main central collections and 29 Regional State Archives with 53 branches and 5 local offices. For a list of all Polish State Archives, please click here The Web site of the Polish State Archives offers access to a number of searchable databases, including the database of the Program for the Registration of Records from Parish and Public (civil) Registers PRADZIAD (Program Rejestracji Akt Metrykalnych i Stanu Cywilnego PRADZIAD) The database of the PRADZIAD program contains information on parish and civil registers preserved in all branches of the Polish State Archives, various Church archives and other archives and libraries in Poland, including material from the former Polish territories situated to the east of the River Bug that are now in Lithuania, Belarus, and the Ukraine ("Zabuzanskie" Archive). The database has details on specific holdings of Jewish vital records in those archives, but does not contain lists of individuals. Searches must be conducted by the name of the town, one of the following five fields that need to be filled out for launching a database search:
Extractions: Presentation by Esther Csaky At our last meeting in March about 30 people gathered at the Makor Library for a fascinating presentation by Esther Csaky, a founding member of the Victorian Branch of the Australian Jewish Genealogical Society. Esther has presented to us before on the subject of genealogy and it was wonderful to have her back again on this subject which interests so many of us. Esther has been researching her own family for many years and has made some exciting discoveries about her family. Through her expert knowledge of web searching techniques and various sites, she continues to discover members of her family. Esther ran the evening in a very practical way. The first part of her presentation showed us how to get organized and get started. Esther outlined suggestions for initial research before setting out on web searching. The second part of the evening covered searching on the web at some of the many sites available for family tree research. Esther listed some valuable resources both on the web and books held at the Makor Library, which are listed at the end of this review.
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ASSOCIATION OF JEWISH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETIES (AJGS) Indexing the 18411942 jewish vital records of Quebec in Diamond and the database and search engine development by in the field of jewish genealogy through the http://www.gtrdata.com/jgs-montreal/Awards/IAJGS-Award.htm
Extractions: International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) P.O. Box 1094, Agoura Hills, CA www.iajgs.org August 3, 2003 The International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) is pleased to announce that the Jewish Genealogical Society of Montreal has been named as its 2003 Award winner for Outstanding Project. The award was presented to Stanley Diamond, president of the JGS of Montreal, on July 24th in Washington, D.C., during the 23rd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. The award was given to the JGS of Montreal recognizing their exceptional efforts in indexing Jewish vital records from Montreal and Quebec. Daniel Schlyter presenting award to Stanley Diamond, Ruth Diamond and Alan Greenberg In 1943, the Drouin Genealogical Institute microfilmed all available vital record registers of Quebec including the Jewish registers of Montreal, Quebec City and Sherbrooke, and Civil Records of Montreal, Lachine, Outremont and Westmount in which there are entries identified as Jewish. Quebec is the only jurisdiction in North America where the vital records were kept on a confessional or religious basis thus making the indexing of solely Jewish records possible.
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JGL: Jewish Genealogy Links - JewishGen Links Finder an index of jewish Genealogists and the jewish records Indexing Poland - searchable database of 200,000 19th century jewish vital records in Poland. http://www.pitt.edu/~alm4/jewish/JewishGen.htm
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