ONLINETools for Eastern Europe Research

Top Pick January 31, 2021 $5.00 0
Genealogy family history theme with old family photos and documents.
(Photo: Megan Brady/iStock)

Researching our Eastern European ancestry remains challenging in many countries, where missing records may lead to frustrating “brick walls.” This presentation offers guidance in using the region’s historical events and geography to help fill in gaps and move past brick walls. It shows you ways to identify your ancestors, find the places where they lived and trace their migrations.

Amy Wachs, past president of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland, has been involved in Jewish genealogy for over 30 years, including currently serving on the board of LitvakSIG Inc. A retired attorney, she taught law in Latvia as a Fulbright scholar and in Moldova as a Fulbright senior specialist. Amy is a frequent presenter of talks on Jewish and Eastern European genealogy.

This event is free for JGSGB members.

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When
Sunday, January 31, 2021, 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Price
$5.00 Non-Member

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