Imagine my surprise and excitement when I learned that there was an interest in getting me to speak about Jewish Genealogy at the Ohio History Connection in Columbus, Ohio. When I was first getting my feet wet as a genealogist I attended several classes there that were offered in conjunction with the Franklin County (Ohio) … Continue reading Getting Started with Jewish Genealogy Workshop
Last year I had to come to the decision that I was not going to attend RootsTech 2017. I was pretty bummed about missing it, but I knew that it was more important that I save my vacation time to go on a "real vacation" with my husband. As the announcement of all those great … Continue reading Planning For RootsTech 2017
This morning I was reading the latest digest from the JewishGen.org mailing list and there was a great announcement yesterday. In case you missed it, there is now a great resource to add to your educational arsenal. I have been a member (off and on) of the JGSNY and I have found it to be … Continue reading Jewish Genealogical Society of NY Releases New Website
Luckily we didn't have to wait as long as we thought we would. It's back! I thought I might highlight some more of the great information and tools that he has shared on his website. For those of you interested in learning more about Jewish research he has several articles and many tools available. This … Continue reading Hurrah! Steve Morse One-Step Site is Back
I sure am. I've found it invaluable as I go to research immigration records on Ancestry.com and on the Ellis Island site. You see he's got extra filters you can apply for your searches if you use his Gold Form. Steve Morse has spent a huge amount of time creating his website to be of … Continue reading Are You a Fan of Steve Morse’s One-Step Page?