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Jewish Genealogy Curators

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The page lists all of the Curators on Geni who have expertise with Jewish genealogy. Feel free to contact any of these curators if you have questions or need assistance with Jewish genealogy on Geni.

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Hatte Blejer

  1. Argentina (early Jewish immigration),
  2. USA (early Massachusetts and Connecticut families and settlements; Monmouth and Cumberland counties, Southern New Jersey; Rockbridge and Botetourt counties, Virginia; Jewish families from Suwalki in South Carolina and Texas),
  3. Poland & Ukraine (Jewish families of Suwalki, Lomza, Volhynia, and Kherson),
  4. Lithuania (Jewish families of Trakai and Shavli),
  5. Spain (Islamic),
  6. France (Anglo-Norman families)

Adam Brown

Yigal Burstein

  1. Israel (Jewish Historical tree)
  2. Worldwide (The Maharal of Prague's Descendants), (Rabbinical Ancestral trees) , (Notables in the Arts and the Sciences)

Ofir Friedman

Kevin Hanit

  1. Canada
  2. USA (First American Jewish Families)
  3. Britain (British Home Children to Canada)

Jaim Harlow

  1. Libya, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, & Tunisia (North African Islamic Period, 700-1900)
  2. Jamaica, Barbados, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba, & Montserrat (Sephardi migration, 1492-1865)
  3. Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Panama, & Honduras (Spanish, Portuguese and Peruvian Inquisitions)
  4. Brazil, Suriname, Guyana, Argentina, & Paraguay (Sephardi migration)
  5. Libya, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, & Tunisia (North African Islamic Period, 700-1900)
  6. USA (colonial Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia; Sephardic Jews, 1585-1865)
  7. Israel (Yeshivot of Eretz Yisrael, Northern Levant, and Hijaz); (Gaonim and Exilarchs of Levant)
  8. North Africa (Andalusia and Hijaz); (Maimonidean Judaism); (Qara'im, specific to Yeshivot)
  9. Zamosc, Lvov (Sephardim throughout the Pale of Settlement), (Sephardi Traders and coin minters), (Jewish interaction with Lithuanian Dukes and Polish Kings)
  10. Croatia, Serbia (Sephardic Jews of the Balkans),
  11. Greece (Sephardic Jews of the Kingdom of Naxos)
  12. France, Spain, & Portugal (Jewish Kingdom of Narbonne); (Jews of Languedoc), (Catalonia, Andalusia, Portugal, Brittany and Normandy)

Itai Hermelin

Erica Howton

  1. England (post-Norman conquest to American Revolutionary War),
  2. Scotland (nobility; Ulster plantation)
  3. USA (Colonial American families and their ancestors)

Shmuel Aharon Kam

  1. Israel (Biblical tree), (Jewish historical tree)

Pam Karp

  1. South Africa (Jewish families)
  2. Australia (Jewish families)
  3. Asia (Jews in Singapore), (Jews in Calcutta)
  4. Poland (Jewish Families of Krakow), (Jewish Families of Kobuszowa), (Holocaust)
  5. Zimbabwe/Rhodesia (Rhodesian Bush War - Grey Scouts)

Rafi Kornfeld

  1. Austria (Jewish families in Austria and immigration to Israel)
  2. Czech Republic, (Jewish families in Czechoslovakia and immigration to Israel)

Itai Jack Meshulam

  1. Israel (Pioneers of Israel) , (Israel armed forces and wars),
  2. Bulgaria (Immigration from Bulgaria)
  3. Europe (Holocaust)

Malka Mysels

  1. Multi-national (All Project Categories), (Wiki - Jewish Dynasties ), (Rabbinical Branches)

Peter Rohel

  1. Austria
  2. Czech Republic,
  3. Slovakia,
  4. Hungary

Randy Schoenberg

  1. Austria
  2. Czech Republic
  3. Europe (Jewish Communities by Town Projects), (Holocaust)

Raziel Seckbach

Alisa Sharon (Stern)

Marco Soria

Marsha Gail Veazey (Kamish)

  1. USA (Colonial America)