Beginner’s Guide to Jewish Genealogy Websites by David Price
Birth, marriage and death records of Poland with some linked to original document. One may have to make a donation to JRI for post 1885 records. I am a volunteer translator.
Databases: Family Finder to contact others with same ancestors, FTTP(family trees), JOWBAR (burial records) ,JRI-Poland records, Discussion and SIG groups, rabbinic, and more.
Over 3 million submissions for holocaust victims. Surname, given name (optional), town (optional).
Over 25 million names. Any spelling will do for a surname, given name is optional.
Birth, marriage, death, social notices. 1960 and up for CJN, but 1920’s and up for other sources.
Records of Poland digitized (ongoing). Handwritten in Polish pre 1868, post 1914 and in Russian in between. I will do your lookup, [email protected] since I can read polish and Cyrillic.
List of Jewish surnames in Argentina.
Mormons (LDS). I just did a search on PRAJS and got 240 records!
Collections Canada and Library and Archives Canada. Canadian passenger lists, Naturalization records, …
Records of the United Kingdom.
Records of Australia.
1906 Jewish encyclopedia. Love the history of the towns
60 million records of the Germans concerning Jews kept by the Red Cross.
Genealogy in Israel.
US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, has photos online too.
All the old phone books of Warsaw.
Pick a town in Poland where Jews lived and look up things like history, virtual tours.
Has photos/documents on landsmanshaft and other Jewish organizations.
Genealogy by state in USA.
Genealogy links by country et al.
Sephardic genealogy et al.
Miriam Weiner’s Routes to Roots Foundation.
Ukraine Jewish research.