Headstones are important primary sources of information for family researchers. Unfortunately, not enough of us are able to interpret the Hebrew text. Here are some basics on how to decipher a tombstone or matzeyva מַצֵבָה.
Here is a video produced by the IAJGS Award Winning Jewish Genealogical Society of Long Island. JGSLI produces very informative and instructive videos that all of performing family research can make use of.
Beginner’s Guide to Jewish Genealogy Websites by David Price JRI-Poland.org 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. jewishgen.org Databases: Family Finder to contact others with same […]
The JDC was founded to support Jewish communities dislocated by war and natural disasters. Genealogists may be very interested in searching their Archives for family members who were uprooted as a consequence of World Wars 1 and 2, or who may have emigrated to Palestine before the creation of the […]
Hal Bookbinder of IAJGS has steered us to the series “The Internet is Forever”. This is on Safe Computing which was published in the September issue of “Venturing into Our Past”, the Newsletter of the Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County (JGSCV). The twenty-four articles published […]
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
FindMyPast offers the “single best resource you may not be using”. The PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) enables you to easily locate key information about people and places. It contains over 2.5 million entries from thousands of historical, genealogical and ethnic publications, making it an invaluable, comprehensive family history resource. PERSI […]