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Extractions: This document, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), attempts to answer some of the basic questions about Jewish Genealogy. Getting Started Publications JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF) Books ... Glossary, Abbreviations If you're just getting started researching your Jewish family history, you should definitely begin by reading either of the following books: These two were the pioneering works that helped inspire the modern Jewish genealogical movement, in the late 1970s. Both books are a great inspiration for beginners. However, some of their sources are out-of-date; they describes the state of Jewish genealogical research as of 1977 and 1994, respectively. Jewish genealogy has advanced a great deal in the last generation, with the advent of the Internet, regional Special Interest Groups, etc. These more recent sources are described throughout this document.
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Extractions: Most of my research involves Poland, Belorus/Russia, NY, MA, and CT, so I'm putting this page together to save time in looking for the links. I am an amateur genealogist. This is a hobby. While researching my family, I've come across these links. Hopefully, they will be helpful to you. If you require the services of a professional genealogist, though, please check in the soc.genealogy.* newsgroups. I'm still relatively (pun partially intended) new at this myself. the JewishGen's scanned, searchable list of people in the Brest Ghetto info the LDS has on Belarus Virtual Guide to Belarus Maps of Belarus , both historical and recent, Links in/about Belarus , from WWW Belarus FHL Microfilms of Jewish congregations in Belarus and Russia (as far back as 1839 for some areas) Belarus Revision Lists (Poll Tax Lists) from the Historical Archiv of Minsk, Belarus RAGAS (Russian-American Genealogical Archival Service) will do research in Russia, the Ukraine, and Belarus IAJGS Cemetery Project, Belarus
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Extractions: Ted Gostin Professional Genealogist Jewish Genealogical Research I conduct research on Jewish families using both United States public records and European records that are available here in the United States. While I am not making research trips to Europe for clients at this time, I do maintain contact with a number of European researchers who can help find additional records from various European countries. Some of the more common searches that I conduct for clients are described below. If you want to trace your Jewish roots and find out where your family came from in the "Old Country," don't assume you have to delve into European records to find any information. A thorough genealogical search begins with what you know and proceeds to discovering what you don't know. For most of us, that means finding out some more information about our grandparents and great-grandparents here in the United States before going any further. The four basic searches described below vital records, census records, naturalization records and passenger arrival records will usually provide a wealth of information about immigrants to the United States, including accurate birthdates and birthplaces, dates and places of immigration and emigration, names of other family members in the United States, original place of origin and names of relatives left behind in the "Old Country." These four searches should be the starting point if you are an American Jew searching for your Jewish roots.
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Extractions: PLEASE REPORT ANY BROKEN LINKS TO THE Webmaster , Thank You. 1538 to 1957 Immigration Records "Ship Passenger Arrival Records" at NARA -This is a list of exactly what Ship Passenger Arrival Records the US National Archives (NARA) has and does not have. See other links on this page for more lists of Ports of Entry in the United States. ELLIS Island Internet Access - Access of all of the The Ellis Island Passenger Ship Records over the Internet by April 2001. Ellis Island Alternative Search Page - Sort through the maze with this very helpful and well thought out search in one EASY step by Stephen P. Morse and friends also includes a way to search for missing Ship Lists, known as Manifests, on the Ellis Island Database. Ellis Island Immigration Museum Website - search their "Wall of Honor" Email the US National Archives and Records Administration - NARA is very helpful when you need to find Ships Passenger Arrival Records and have a good idea of the arrival date and other details. They are especially handy if your ancestors came in via another port than Ellis. They will do a simple search for you if you provide them with enough information. The cost is minimal if they find something and you want copies. Some of the larger facilities have the full 16 volume set of "Italians to America" and will do a lookup. I found them to be very helpful and easy to deal with. I recommend
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