November 1, 2017

Tips About Occupations or is Being Called a “Son of a “Knocker-Upper” an Insult

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Long Island provides a series of informative and valuable training videos for researchers. Sharing a family tree with friends and family can be boring for many unless you provide some anecdotes about the lives of ancestors past. Occupations can offer a font of knowledge about […]
September 22, 2017

Importance of Citing Your Sources

The newly formed Jewish Genealogy Society of Brooklyn has some wonderful links to important websites. This includes # 36, Emily Anne Croom’s lengthy treatise on the importance of citing your sources in either footnotes or endnotes. If you are going to pass your research to the next generation, as you […]
August 30, 2017

David Price’s “Beginners Guide to Jewish Genealogy Websites”

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 […]
August 11, 2017

Jewish Genealogy Websites

Click on the link below (see Read More) to open up an extensive list of Jewish Genealogy related websites. Thanks are extended to David Price for compiling and updating this list. More Jewish Genealogy Websites by David Price Revised 22Nov2016