See you tomorrow morning...
Avoid cabin fever and join us Sunday morning at 10 a.m. for Hungarian Family Research with Vivian Kahn.
Vivian will provide an overview of the history of Hungary's Jewish community; she’ll also discuss resources for researching roots from the current and former territory of Hungary, including archival records in Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine, and Hungary and sources such as burial and military records.
Vivian will describe and provide tips for searching JewishGen's All-Hungary Database, now one of JewishGen's largest all-country databases with close to a million records referring to individuals living in areas that are in present-day Hungary as well as Slovakia, Croatia, northern Serbia, northwestern Romania, and subcarpathian Ukraine. She’ll also talk about other online resources for researching Hungarian Jewish roots.
An Oakland resident, Vivian is coordinator of JewishGen's Hungarian Special Interest Group (H-SIG). Vivian's 18 years of researching her roots in pre-Trianon Hungary has taken her to Hungary, Slovakia, Israel and Salt Lake City.
Have you paid your 2011 dues yet?
If you haven’t yet paid your dues for the 2011 calendar year, bring a $25 check with you Sunday. Your dues allow us to pay a small honorarium for speakers, pay for photocopies, buy books and do business throughout the year. Can’t make it to the meeting? Send the check to the Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento, c/o the Albert Einstein Residence Center , 1935 Wright Street , Sacramento , CA 95825 .
This didn’t come through well last time, so I’ll try one more time. Found a “Get Fuzzy” cartoon also that may be of interest.
Rhymes with Orange
Get Fuzzy 12/3/10