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9. Jewish Genealogy Research
The four basic searches described below vital records, census records, European Record searches. The goal of most people doing jewish genealogy is to
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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.
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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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W e specialize in researching Texas vital records. If you have a ancestor that was born, married, divorced, or died in the state of Texas, we can help you in your research. The cost is very small. Have some dates you need to plug into your genealogy program? How about a family member that have never received a birth vital record, but had the vital records recorded! What have you got to lose.
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Birth indexes, marriage indexes, divorce indexes, and death indexes are not the actual certificates. They only point to the vital records where by copies can be made by contacting the Texas Health Department. The information that is on them includes the person's name, county where event occurred and the event date. Some indexes list the file number, the husband and wife's name, and gender. With the file number, you can order a copy of the actual vital record from the Texas Department of Health or the county court house in which the event occurred.

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Generations Press offers a variety of genealogical books and research tools in the areas of Jewish genealogy, Southern California resources, immigration research, and map reproductions. Our first book was published in 2001, but we also sell a wide selection of new and used books from other publishers. Generations Press also publishes a large selection of city and town plan reproductions, and a limited selection of regional map reproductions. Please visit the different sections of our web site listed below, and review our catalogs of available books and maps. Thanks for shopping at Generations Press!
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Our first volume is available now! Southern California Vital Records: Volume 1, Los Angeles County 1850-1859 is an index to births, marriages and deaths in Los Angeles County at a time when public vital records were incomplete or non-existent. Read about our other planned publications on our Generations Press Publications page.
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Generations Press publishes reproductions of almost 1,100 city maps and town plans from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, representing over 750 cities and towns in 55 countries. These detailed street maps are great additions to family research, showing the streets where your family lived, the churches or synagogues where they worshipped, the cemeteries where they were buried, the schools they attended, and the other places in their daily lives.

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... JEWISH RECORDS Jewish records [ Jüdische Urkunden ] include records of Jews or Jewish congregations. The Family History Library has over 2,000 microfilms of German Jewish vital records that list births, marriages, and deaths. These vital records are an excellent source for accurate information about Jewish ancestors. The Family History Library also has other types of Jewish records, including synagogue records, records of Jewish taxpayers, Holocaust victims, and censuses.
General Historical Background The earliest German Jewish records are synagogue records, but these were not kept by all congregations. The German Jews did not usually keep registers of births, marriages, and deaths unless required to do so by law. In the early nineteenth century, Jews in many parts of Germany were required by law either to register with Catholic or Lutheran parishes or to prepare their own civil transcripts of births, marriages, and deaths. These types of records, whether kept by a Christian parish or civil authorities, are called Jewish records.

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– Barbara Krasner-Khait I sat with nearly forty people around a wooden conference table in a suite at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. We had come from all over the world for an annual meeting of the Ostrow Mazowiecka (Poland) Research Family. All of us had ancestors from this town in Poland. I wondered as I sat there. One hundred years prior, our ancestors had all known each other. Now here we were, reunited as a Jewish community. Many people believe that exploring Jewish roots is futile because of various reasons: the records were lost in the Holocaust; no single country serves as a place of origin since Jews lived all over the world; lack of surnames in eastern Europe prohibit extensive genealogies unless your family had roots in other places or descended from a rabbinic dynasty; changing borders complicate archival systems and the languages they used; and antisemitism forced migrations. There are challenges, to be sure, but there are many research options available. Getting Started
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