The Origins of Jewish Surnames One important thing to know about your ancestors is their surnames. Knowing a last name, and how it is spelled, can help you to find a vital record. It can also be really interesting to learn what the surname of a particular ancestor actually means. Surnames can give you clues about your family's history. Many Jewish surnames have meanings that you may be unaware of. #surnames #familytree #familyhistory #history #Jewish #ancestors
Step #4, part 2 - Genealogical Proof Standard - [DOING] "THE CONCLUSION"; by Michael Hait, CG, Planting the Seeds: Genealogy as a Profession blog, posted 26 Feb 2012 (http://michaelhait.wordpress.com) (Mc)
On Track with Family Research| It is so easy to get 'lost' in your family research. The more names you come up with the more you want to find and sometimes you can be so distracted you are off course. So here are a few tips to get you back on the right direction. #familytree #genealogy #familyhistory
Top Tips for Beginning Jewish Family History Research - Do you have Jewish ancestry? Join Crista Cowan as she shares some of the top tools and record collections that will help you find success in tracing your ancestors through their time in the United States back to the "old country."
Archivists help genealogists. Our work in this area has been highlighted by the tv program, "Who Do You Think You Are?" "Tudor Allen, who has been the archivist at the Camden Archive Centre for five years, was seen on screen helping the actress leaf through dozens of old newspapers from 1899 searching for information on her relatives."