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  1. Yearbook Project

    from the January 2008 issue

    Jewish Genealogy Societys Yearbook Project High school college and other miscellaneous school yearbooks or class lists can be an interesting source of genealogical information and photographs The JGSCLI Board decided to inventory yearbooks in members personal libraries and make that information available for genealogical lookups JGSLI commenced its Yearbook Project in June of with the goal of acting as an intermediary to match researchers with yearbook owners During the last year the group has been able to match up approximately two dozen researchers with yearbook owners Since the list of yearbooks is made public on its website www jgsli org...

  2. Your Family History

    from the January 2009 issue

    William Battagliese is a frequent provider of newsletter stories The following article is edited from a cover letter from his annual Family Christmas ewsletter As he gets older he encourages his grandchildren nieces and nephews to continue with his genealogy work This is something we should all be doing I know there aren't many in my family interested in their family history I don't know why I have tons of documents collected such as birth marriage and death certificates deeds to properties owned by our ancestors etc What I would love to have is more information about my ancestor s...

  3. Your Grandfather's Grandmother

    from the April 2011 issue

    from Common onsense by Andy Rooney It is an American character flaw that genealogy doesn't interest most people We aren't much concerned with searching out the records of family members who preceded us to find out what they were like It may be because the British always made too much of heredity so after we revolted Americans decided not to make anything of it Some of us have a casual interest in relatively recent family members but we have lost track of anyone who lived long ago enough to be called ancestors I don't know what the cutoff age is...

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