16 March 2009

Connecticut: Beginning Jewish Genealogy, March 29

The Godfrey Memorial Library in Middletown will host a a free session on beginning Jewish genealogy with experts from the Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut.

Starting at 1.30pm, Sunday, March 29, JGSCT members will present the following topics (in order of presentation):

Monica Talmor: How to get started in family history research
Georgia Haken: Ports of entry
Marcia Indianer Meyers: Documents and naturalization papers
Barney Miller: Connecticut resources
Arthur Meyers: Death certificates and cemeteries
Georgia Haken: Using the US Census
Linda Winkelman: Searching for family
Doris Loeb Nabel: Internet search tools and links
Arthur Meyers: What to do with what you find

The JGSCT, which was formed in 1988, also has an extensive library located at the Godfrey Memorial Library; JGSCT members may borrow materials.

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