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December, 2020

Sunday
13
Online via Zoom. URL for Zoom meeting will be sent upon registration.
1:00 PM
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Shapiro was born Daneile Shapiro on April 10, 1962 In New York City.She is the daughter of Paul Shapiro, from an Orthodox Jewish family (who, she later learned through a recreational DNA test, was not her biological father[7]), and Irene Shapiro, from South Jersey. Shapiro attended a Solomon Schechter Jewish day school through 6th grade, after which she attended the Pingry School in New Jersey. She attended Sarah Lawrence College. 2019: National Jewish Book Award winner in the Autobiography and Memoir category for Inheritance: A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity, and Love

January, 2021

Sunday
10
Zoom: link will be delivered to all members one week before the program
1:00 PM
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Adam Brown, Project Administrator of the the Avotaynu DNA study, will describe how this ongoing worldwide academic collaboration of scientists, historians, genealogists and community leaders has utilized DNA to illuminate the origins and migrations of the Jewish People. Under the guidance of the Technion, the Avotaynu DNA study has over 8,000 participants representing all known Jewish communities from China to Curacao.

Adam will answer any and all DNA questions and explain how the Avotaynu study can help you understand the origins of your own family.

Bio

Adam is a frequent lecturer on genealogical subjects at conferences all over the world, is Managing Editor of AvotaynuOnline.com, and was National Chair of the IAJGS 2017 conference in Orlando. A strategic planner by profession, he has led numerous boards and commissions pertaining to municipal planning and finance, Jewish education, and scientific research in Israel.

February, 2021

Sunday
21
Zoom: link will be delivered to all members one week before the program
1:00 PM
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Sarina Roffé is a professional genealogist, editor of Dorot: The Journal of the Jewish Genealogical Society (of New York), and founder of the Sephardic Heritage Project. She is responsible for translation and databasing of marriage and brit milah records on JewishGen.org. While on the board of governors of JewishGen, she acquired several databases of Sephardic records, including cemetery records from Mexico, Venezuela, Cuba, and Argentina. She serves on the IAJGS board of directors and presents often at IAJGS International Jewish Genealogy Conferences. Sarina has completed over a dozen genealogies.

April, 2021

Sunday
11
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Genetic genealogy has become a major component of genealogical research, confirming hundreds of years of documentation and breaking down brick walls.

May, 2021

June, 2021

Sunday
20
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Join TJGS founder Debbie Long in a discussion of how hometowns shaped you and your ancestors PLUS a special movie about Debbie‘s hometown. The discussion will also include a review of Kehilalinks.
Monday
21
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Join TJGS founder Debbie Long in a discussion of how hometowns shaped you and your ancestors PLUS a special movie about Debbie‘s hometown. The discussion will also include a review of Kehilalinks.
Tuesday
22
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Join TJGS founder Debbie Long in a discussion of how hometowns shaped you and your ancestors PLUS a special movie about Debbie‘s hometown. The discussion will also include a review of Kehilalinks.
Wednesday
23
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Join TJGS founder Debbie Long in a discussion of how hometowns shaped you and your ancestors PLUS a special movie about Debbie‘s hometown. The discussion will also include a review of Kehilalinks.
Thursday
24
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Join TJGS founder Debbie Long in a discussion of how hometowns shaped you and your ancestors PLUS a special movie about Debbie‘s hometown. The discussion will also include a review of Kehilalinks.
Friday
25
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Join TJGS founder Debbie Long in a discussion of how hometowns shaped you and your ancestors PLUS a special movie about Debbie‘s hometown. The discussion will also include a review of Kehilalinks.
Saturday
26
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Join TJGS founder Debbie Long in a discussion of how hometowns shaped you and your ancestors PLUS a special movie about Debbie‘s hometown. The discussion will also include a review of Kehilalinks.
Sunday
27
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Join TJGS founder Debbie Long in a discussion of how hometowns shaped you and your ancestors PLUS a special movie about Debbie‘s hometown. The discussion will also include a review of Kehilalinks.

October, 2021

Sunday
17
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Naturalization is the process by which an alien becomes an American citizen. These records can provide a researcher with valuable information such as an ancestor’s person‘s birth date, birth location in the old country, occupation , immigration year, marital status, spouse information, witnesses‘ names and addresses. Naturalization and the individual steps to citizenship could be done at any “court of record” of which there were 5,000 in the United States.

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