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  • Josephus (Titus Flavius) - (37 - c.100)
    Titus Flavius Josephus (37 – c.100), also Yosef Ben Matityahu (Joseph son of Matthias) and Titus Flavius Josephus was a first-century Romano-Jewish historian and hagiographer of priestly and roy...
  • Queen Esther of Persia (c.-505 - -425)
    Wikipedia: Queen Esther and אסתר המלכ ה . Book of Esther , Wikipedia . Book of Esther - English & Hebrew . Mordechai, Esther's foste...
  • Menachem Mendel Schneerson [7th ADMOR of CHABAD] The Lubavitcher Rebbe (1902 - 1994)
    [Wikipedia]Menachem Mendel Schneerson (April 5, 1902 OS – June 12, 1994 NS, known as The Rebbe, was a prominent Hasidic rabbi who was the seventh and last Rebbe (spiritual leader) of the Chabad ...
  • Shimshon pre-Luria [of Erfurt] שמשון פרה-לוריא מארפורט (1325 - 1417)
    (See 6 source documents loaded 8/10) See also bottom of Rashi page at Loebtree.com * * Physician in Orlëans. Cured Count Etampes of gout. Flourished about 1360-1370. He probably li...
  • Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, Maimonides - הרמב״ם (c.1138 - 1204)
    From Moshe (of the Torah) to Moshe (Maimonides) there was none like Moshe R' Moshe ben Maimon , Moses Maimonides the Rambam , [ca. 1138 (or 1135?) - 1204] was the preeminent medieval Jewish philosoph...

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Links to projects below to be alphabetized.

Diaspora Projects

  1. Chabad Worldwide
  2. "Mokum" - Wondrous Jewish Amsterdam
  3. African Jewry: A Microcosm of the Jewish Diaspora.
  4. Aleppo, Syria's Legendary Jewish Community
  5. Ankara Jewish Families
  6. Austrian Jewish Online Resources
  7. Austro-Hungarian Jews
  8. BALASSAGYARMAT - Jewish presence.
  9. Baghdadi Trade Diaspora: Jews in Bombay
  10. Baghdadi Trade Diaspora: Jews in Hong Kong
  11. Baghdadi Trade Diaspora: Jews in Rangoon (Yangon), Burma (Myanmar)
  12. Barocas, Uziel, Behar, and Related Sephardic Families
  13. Belarusian Jews-יהודי בילורוסיה
  14. Bukharan Jews of Central Asia
  15. CHABAD ADMORS [Schneerson] dynasty & family members
  16. Canadian Jewish History
  17. Chazzanut & Jewish Music Portal
  18. Citron, Czitrom, Cytron, Citroen, Tzitron, Cytryn Family
  19. Crypto Jews, Conversos, Marranos & Anusim
  20. Czech (Bohemian) American Jews
  21. Dutch Jewish Online Databases
  22. Eesti Juudid - Estonian Jews - Эстонские Евреи
  23. Ephraim family in India
  24. Exilarchs (רשי גלותא)
  25. Finding Jewish graves in Transylvania
  26. Fohn family
  27. French / Benelux Jewish Online Resources
  28. French Riviera: Intellectual Exile In Paradise (1933-1945)
  29. Galician (Eastern European) Jews
  30. Geni-Israel ג'ני-ישראל
  31. German / Austro-Hungarian Jewish Soldiers Killed in WWI
  32. German Jewry in the Weimar Republic (1918 - 1933 )
  33. Greek Jews
  34. Guxhagen Jews
  35. Hartogs Family of Middelharnis and Rotterdam, Netherlands
  36. Hasidic Courts, Dynasties & Disciples of the BeSHT
  37. Historical Look At Italian Families
  38. Holocaust: "The Final Solution"
  39. Hungarian Jewish Online Databases
  40. IAJGS International Conference 2013 - Boston
  41. Important Jewish Family Tree Charts & Sources
  42. International Projects Index
  43. Intrepid Jewish Travellers & Explorers
  44. Iraqi Jewish Genealogy Portal
  45. Israel Projects Portal
  46. Italian Jewish Communities Portal
  47. Italian Jewish History 200 BCE -
  48. Jewish Ancestry Research Guide
  49. Jewish Argentina
  50. Jewish Communities ( Shtetls ) of Ukraine
  51. Jewish Communities in Bohemia and Moravia, Czech Republic
  52. Jewish Communities in Germany
  53. Jewish Communities of Burgenland
  54. Jewish Communities of Galicia
  55. Jewish Communities of Poland
  56. Jewish Communities of Slovakia
  57. Jewish Communities of the Borisov District, Belarus
  58. Jewish Community of Augsburg, Germany
  59. Jewish Community of Brody
  60. Jewish Community of Posen (Poznań)
  61. Jewish Community of Treves / Trier, Germany
  62. Jewish Community of the Philippines
  63. Jewish Families from Belgium
  64. Jewish Families from Berezhany (Brzezany), the "Heart of Galicia"
  65. Jewish Families from Kosova Hora, Central Bohemia, Czech Republic
  66. Jewish Families from Liberec (Reichenberg), Bohemia, Czech Republic
  67. Jewish Families from Liteň (Litten), Beroun District, Bohemia, Czech Republic
  68. Jewish Families from Mikulov (Nikolsburg), Moravia, Czech Republic
  69. Jewish Families from Mořina, Bohemia
  70. Jewish Families from Plzeň (Pilsen), Bohemia, Czech Republic
  71. Jewish Families from Prague
  72. Jewish Families from Rhodes
  73. Jewish Families from Slavkov u Brna (Austerlitz), Moravia, Czech Republic
  74. Jewish Families from Szécsény, Nograd, Hungary
  75. Jewish Families from Trencin City, Slovakia [formerly Hungary]
  76. Jewish Families from Uhersky Brod (Ungarisch Brod), Moravia, Czech Republic
  77. Jewish Families from Uhříněves (Aurinowes), Bohemia, Czech Republic
  78. Jewish Families in Frýdek-Místek
  79. Jewish Families of Brandýs nad Labem
  80. Jewish Families of Chorostkow (Khorostkiv, Ukraine)
  81. Jewish Families of Dinov, Poland (Galicia)
  82. Jewish Families of Frankfurt am Main, Germany
  83. Jewish Families of Kolbuszowa, Poland
  84. Jewish Families of Malta
  85. Jewish Families of Pittsburgh, PA
  86. Jewish Families of Przemyśl, Poland
  87. Jewish Families of Skole, Poland (Galicia)
  88. Jewish Families of Strážnice (Strassnitz), Moravia
  89. Jewish Families of Tarnow, Poland
  90. Jewish Families of Ternopil (Tarnopol), Ukraine
  91. Jewish Families of Tucapy, Czech Republic
  92. Jewish Genealogy Portal: A Guide to Jewish Projects and Resources on Geni
  93. Jewish Immigrants to the Caribbean
  94. Jewish Mystics
  95. Jewish Online Databases
  96. Jewish Scholars of Magical Provence, France
  97. Jewish Soldiers in World War I (1914-1918]
  98. Jewish Switzerland
  99. Jewish families from Drmoul (Dürrmaul), Bohemia, Czech Republic
  100. Jews in Colonial America
  101. Jews in New Zealand
  102. Jews of Belarus
  103. Jews of Brazil
  104. Jews of Bulgaria
  105. Jews of Copenhagen, Denmark
  106. Jews of Duisburg, Germany (and surrounding Region)
  107. Jews of Puerto Rico
  108. Jews of Sweden
  109. Jews of Vermont
  110. Jews of the French German Nexus: Alsace, Lorraine / Rhineland
  111. Jews of the United States of America
  112. Kovno, Ponedel, Rakiskis and other Lithuanian Heritage
  113. Kurdish Jews - Kurdên Cihû
  114. Latvian Jews - יהודי לטביה
  115. Litvaks - ליטבאקים - Lithuanian Jewry Data
  116. London Jewish Cemeteries
  117. Major Chabad Families
  118. Medieval Rhineland Jewry: Speyer - Worms - Mainz
  119. Mittelsinn, Burgsinn, Würzburg Region Jews ( Bavaria )
  120. Morocco: Cradle of Jewish Scholarship & Art
  121. Mystical City of Safed, Israel / צפת, העיר המיסטית בישראל
  122. Notable American Jews
  123. Notable Canadian Jews
  124. Notable Irish Jews
  125. Notable Jews of Persia & the Arabian Peninsula
  126. Notable Russian Jews - ידוענים יהודים ילידי רוסיה
  127. Origins of the Baghdadi Trade Diaspora
  128. Persian Jewish Genealogy Portal
  129. Piyyutim - הפיטנים והפיוטים
  130. Portuguese-Spanish Jewish Journey to Jamaica
  131. Presidents of Congregation Mikveh Israel, Philadelphia
  132. Prominent Jewish Families of Vienna (Wer Einmal War)
  133. Reich Refugees during Holocaust 1933-1945
  134. Remembering Rhode Island's Prominent Jewish Families
  135. Resolución de Conflictos Genealógicos de la Ascendencia Abravanel/Abrabanel
  136. Rhodesia and Nyasaland (Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi) - Jewish Community
  137. Salonika Center of Jewish Scholarship 140 BCE - 1945
  138. Sarajevo: Little Jerusalem of the Balkans
  139. Sephardic Families Who Settled in Europe after Expulsion from Spain in 1492
  140. Sephardic Luminaries
  141. Ser-Charlap Family Association - Collaborative Family Tree (Arthur Menton)
  142. Shanghai Ghetto הגטו בשנחאי
  143. Slonims' admors
  144. South Africa - a new home for Lithuanians
  145. South African Settlers - Jewish
  146. Stolin, Belarus
  147. Subate (Shubitz, Subata, Subbat, Subitz) - Shtetl in Latvia
  148. THE "RASHI" LEGACY (Kalonymos, Treves, Luria and Spira Families)
  149. Talmudic Era: Tannaim, Amoraim, and Geonim
  150. Talmudic Scholars of Austria (1100 - 1600)
  151. The Golden Age of Jews in Sepharad/Al-Andalus
  152. The Great Sanhedrin - סנהדרין הגדולה
  153. The Hungarian Jewish Legacy
  154. The Jewish Communities of Szeged, Szentes and Mako Hungary
  155. The Jewish French Connection
  156. The Jewish Kingdom of Khazaria
  157. The Jewish community of Eisenstadt
  158. The Latin American Jewish Odyssey
  159. The Obermayer and related families of Creglingen
  160. The Perplexing Paradox of the Passover Seder
  161. The Story of the Jews of Europe in the 20th Century- a Family Perspective
  162. Tolerated Jews of Vienna: Die Ersten Statuten des Bethauses in der Inneren Stadt (The First Statutes of the Temple in the Inner City)
  163. Torah Luminaries / Roshei Yeshivot
  164. Tracing The Origin of The Purjesz Family
  165. Turkish Historical Jewish Community
  166. Turkish Jewish Genealogy Portal
  167. Turyn Family
  168. Ukrainian Ancestors
  169. United Kingdom & Commonwealth: Chief Rabbis and Famous British Jewish Leaders
  170. Websites for Jewish Cemeteries
  171. Where are The Ten Lost Tribes of Israel?
  172. Winkler Families of Gyor-Sopron County, Hungary
  173. Yizkor Books Online at NY Library
  174. Židovska zajednica u Hrvatskoj/Jewish Network in Croatia

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Jewish Projects on Geni

  1. 35th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
  2. Chabad Worldwide
  3. "Mokum" - Wondrous Jewish Amsterdam
  4. ADMOR of Sanz [Halberstam] Hasidic dynasties (and family members)
  5. Abramovici and Herskovici Families of Peatra Neamt, Romania
  6. Ackman & Ziff Family Genealogy Institute - Center for Jewish History in New York City
  7. Adam Brown's Pet Genealogical Projects
  8. Adding non-related profiles to Geni.com using US Census-based data to grow our Big Tree
  9. African Jewry: A Microcosm of the Jewish Diaspora.
  10. Alperovich - Heilbrun - Heilprin Family
  11. American Jewish Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen
  12. Ankara Jewish Families
  13. Arbeitslager Riese
  14. Archive of the Inquisition
  15. Arthur Weinstein's Study of the Feit and Breitowich Families of Jablonka - The Next Generation
  16. Ashkenazi DNA - Founding Mothers
  17. Auschwitz Concentration Camp
  18. Australian Jewish Online Resources
  19. Austrian Jewish Online Resources
  20. Austro-Hungarian Jews
  21. Avadic Family of Romania and Bulgaria
  22. BALASSAGYARMAT - Jewish presence.
  23. Baghdadi Trade Diaspora : Jews in Singapore
  24. Baghdadi Trade Diaspora: Jews in Bombay
  25. Baghdadi Trade Diaspora: Jews in Shanghai
  26. Barocas, Uziel, Behar, and Related Sephardic Families
  27. Belarusian Jews-יהודי בילורוסיה
  28. Benveniste Family
  29. Berger Family of Ivanyi and Uzhgorod
  30. Beshenkovichi, Vitebsk Oblast, Belarus
  31. Biblical Tree
  32. Blejer / Bleger / Blecher Family of Argentina
  33. Bookatz Family Collaborators
  34. Brenner Family of Goldingen / Kuldiga, Latvia
  35. Breslauer Family of Wroclaw, Poland
  36. Brewmasters
  37. Buchheimer Family of Germany
  38. Bukharan Jews of Central Asia
  39. CHABAD ADMORS [Schneerson] dynasty & family members
  40. Canadian Jewish History
  41. Carlebach Family
  42. Chacham Tzvi dynasty
  43. Chapkovsky Family of Lomza, Poland
  44. Chazzanut & Jewish Music Portal
  45. Chief Rabbinical Judges (Av Beit Din)
  46. Chief Rabbis of Paris
  47. Citron, Czitrom, Cytron, Citroen, Tzitron, Cytryn Family
  48. Cohanim Katz
  49. Colonists of Novopoltavka, Kherson Gubernia, Ukraine (Russian Empire)
  50. Convoy of 35 - מחלקת הל"ה
  51. Czech Jewish Online Resources
  52. Darnbacher Family of Buehl, Germany
  53. Derechin, Belarus
  54. Descendants of Mordechai Gimpel Jaffe of Otian, Lithuania
  55. Dutch Jewish Online Databases
  56. Early Jewish Families from Los Angeles, California
  57. Early Jewish Families from San Francisco, California
  58. Eddie Cantor Connection
  59. Edelstein
  60. Eesti Juudid - Estonian Jews - Эстонские Евреи
  61. Efroymson Family
  62. Eisenberg Family of Novy Zmigrod - Y_DNA E1b1b1c1
  63. Exilarchs (רשי גלותא)
  64. Feigelstock Feiglstok Faludi and Related Families of Hungary, Austria and Burgenland
  65. Finding Jewish graves in Transylvania
  66. First American Jewish Families
  67. First settlers in Karkur ראשוני המתיישבים בכרכור
  68. Fogel Family of Lieponys, Lithuania and Indianapolis, Indiana
  69. Former Jewish Community of Logoysk, Belarus
  70. Frankel Family of Ratnycia and Merkine, Trakai, Lithuania
  71. French / Benelux Jewish Online Resources
  72. French Riviera: Intellectual Exile In Paradise (1933-1945)
  73. Friedmann Friedman Families of Goldingen / Kolldiga, Latvia
  74. Furmanovsky Family of Kupiskis
  75. Galician (Eastern European) Jews
  76. Galician Jewish Family Projects
  77. German / Austro-Hungarian Jewish Soldiers Killed in WWI
  78. German Jewish Online Resources
  79. German Jewry in the Weimar Republic (1918 - 1933 )
  80. German Jews emigrated to Belgium, 1934-1940
  81. Greek Jews
  82. Grunfeld / Gorog Family of Komarom, Slovakia
  83. Gur "Ger" Rebbe Dynasty
  84. Gurs Internment Camp
  85. Guxhagen Jews
  86. Hartogs Family of Middelharnis and Rotterdam, Netherlands
  87. Hasidic Courts, Dynasties & Disciples of the BeSHT
  88. Hausmann Family of Colmberg, Bavaria, Germany
  89. Heilbronn Family from Bochum, Germany
  90. Heilbut / Hale Family of Hamburg
  91. Hellendall and Related Families - Eijsden and Maastricht Netherlands
  92. Herta (Herța) records transcription
  93. Herzenberg Family of Latvia
  94. High Priests of Israel
  95. Hinerfeld Inerfeld Enerfeld Families of Myszyniec, Poland
  96. Holocaust in Greece - שואת יהודי יון
  97. Holocaust in the Netherlands
  98. Hungarian Jewish Online Databases
  99. Hungarian Labor Service Battalions
  100. IAJGS Conference 2014 - Salt Lake City
  101. IAJGS International Conference 2013 - Boston
  102. Imigrantes ao Brasil (Immigrants to Brazil)
  103. Important Jewish Family Tree Charts & Sources
  104. International Help Portal
  105. Intrepid Jewish Travellers & Explorers
  106. Iraqi Jewish Genealogy Portal
  107. Israel Projects Portal
  108. Israel Visionaries and Greats
  109. Italian Jewish Communities Portal
  110. Italian Jewish History 200 BCE -
  111. Jacobi Monographs - IIJG
  112. Jaffe Rabbinical Family Tree
  113. Jewish Ancestry Research Guide
  114. Jewish Book Publishers & Dealers 1400's -
  115. Jewish Celebrity Birthday Calendar
  116. Jewish Communities ( Shtetls ) of Ukraine
  117. Jewish Communities in Bessarabia (Moldova)
  118. Jewish Communities in Germany
  119. Jewish Communities in Romania
  120. Jewish Communities of Burgenland
  121. Jewish Communities of Galicia
  122. Jewish Communities of Hessen, Germany
  123. Jewish Communities of Munich, Germany
  124. Jewish Communities of Poland
  125. Jewish Communities of Slovakia
  126. Jewish Communities of the Borisov District, Belarus
  127. Jewish Community of Augsburg, Germany
  128. Jewish Community of Brody
  129. Jewish Community of Cologne, Germany
  130. Jewish Community of Deutschkreutz
  131. Jewish Community of Heilbronn, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
  132. Jewish Community of Hohenems
  133. Jewish Community of Kobersdorf
  134. Jewish Community of Leipzig, Germany
  135. Jewish Community of Mainz, Germany
  136. Jewish Community of Metz, France
  137. Jewish Community of Posen (Poznań)
  138. Jewish Community of Speyer, Germany
  139. Jewish Community of Treves / Trier, Germany
  140. Jewish Community of Ulm Württemberg, Germany
  141. Jewish Community of Worms, Germany
  142. Jewish Community of the Philippines
  143. Jewish DNA Project at Family Tree DNA
  144. Jewish Diaspora Portal
  145. Jewish Exogamy
  146. Jewish Families MACK and RAUH of Küps and Altenkunstadt, Upper Franconia, Bavaria
  147. Jewish Families and Holocaust of Maramaros
  148. Jewish Families from Belgium
  149. Jewish Families from Berezhany (Brzezany), the "Heart of Galicia"
  150. Jewish Families from Bruntál (Freudenthal), Moravia, Czech Republic
  151. Jewish Families from Drohobych (Drohobycz), Ukraine.
  152. Jewish Families from Kdyně (Neugedein), Bohemia, Czech Republic
  153. Jewish Families from Kosova Hora, Central Bohemia, Czech Republic
  154. Jewish Families from Labun, Ukraine
  155. Jewish Families from Liberec (Reichenberg), Bohemia, Czech Republic
  156. Jewish Families from Lviv (Lemberg, Lvov), Ukraine
  157. Jewish Families from Myslkovice (Miskowitz), Bohemia, Czech Republic
  158. Jewish Families from Mărculeşti, Moldova
  159. Jewish Families from Nagykőrös, Pest County, Hungary
  160. Jewish Families from Náchod, Bohemia Czech Republic
  161. Jewish Families from Panevėžys, Lithuania
  162. Jewish Families from Plzeň (Pilsen), Bohemia, Czech Republic
  163. Jewish Families from Rhodes
  164. Jewish Families from Rohatyn, Ukraine
  165. Jewish Families from Rēzekne, Latvia
  166. Jewish Families from Slavkov u Brna (Austerlitz), Moravia, Czech Republic
  167. Jewish Families from Szécsény, Nograd, Hungary
  168. Jewish Families from Trencin City, Slovakia [formerly Hungary]
  169. Jewish Families from Uhříněves (Aurinowes), Bohemia, Czech Republic
  170. Jewish Families from Zuravichi, Belarus
  171. Jewish Families in Frýdek-Místek
  172. Jewish Families of Kolomea /Kolomyja
  173. Jewish Families of Babiak
  174. Jewish Families of Babimost (formerly Bomst)
  175. Jewish Families of Berdychiv
  176. Jewish Families of Berzniki
  177. Jewish Families of Bečov nad Teplou
  178. Jewish Families of Bielsko-Biala
  179. Jewish Families of Budzanow (Formerly Budanov)
  180. Jewish Families of Bydgoszcz (Formerly, Bromberg)
  181. Jewish Families of Będzin, Poland
  182. Jewish Families of Chelm
  183. Jewish Families of Chorostkow (Khorostkiv, Ukraine)
  184. Jewish Families of Dinov, Poland (Galicia)
  185. Jewish Families of Frankfurt am Main, Germany
  186. Jewish Families of Gorlice
  187. Jewish Families of Grojec, Poland
  188. Jewish Families of Jaworow, Poland
  189. Jewish Families of Kargowa (formerly Unruhstadt)
  190. Jewish Families of Kolbuszowa, Poland
  191. Jewish Families of Kolno
  192. Jewish Families of Kopnitz (formerly Schwirtz)
  193. Jewish Families of Kozienice, Poland
  194. Jewish Families of Kraków (Poland)
  195. Jewish Families of Leszno (formerly Lissa)
  196. Jewish Families of Lubartow
  197. Jewish Families of Lublin
  198. Jewish Families of Malta
  199. Jewish Families of Malínec
  200. Jewish Families of Mieroszów
  201. Jewish Families of Miroslaw
  202. Jewish Families of Mirošov
  203. Jewish Families of Nasielsk
  204. Jewish Families of Pittsburgh, PA
  205. Jewish Families of Przemyśl, Poland
  206. Jewish Families of Radom
  207. Jewish Families of Skalat
  208. Jewish Families of Skole, Poland (Galicia)
  209. Jewish Families of Strusov, Ukraine (Formerly Strusiv, Galicia, Austro-Hungary)
  210. Jewish Families of Swarzędz (formerly Schwernsenz)
  211. Jewish Families of Szczebrzeszyn
  212. Jewish Families of Szczekociny
  213. Jewish Families of Tarnow, Poland
  214. Jewish Families of Ternopil (Tarnopol), Ukraine
  215. Jewish Families of Trzciel (formerly Tirschtiegel)
  216. Jewish Families of Tucapy, Czech Republic
  217. Jewish Families of Ukmerge District, Lithuania autosomal DNA Group.
  218. Jewish Families of Volhynia (Wolin) Gubernia
  219. Jewish Families of Warsaw
  220. Jewish Families of Wolsztyn
  221. Jewish Families of Wschowa (formerly Fraustadt)
  222. Jewish Families of Zamość (Poland)
  223. Jewish Families of Śmigiel (formerly Schmeigel)
  224. Jewish Families of Żelechów
  225. Jewish Genealogy Curators
  226. Jewish Immigrants to the Caribbean
  227. Jewish Mystics
  228. Jewish New Year Meditations
  229. Jewish Online Databases
  230. Jewish Partisans
  231. Jewish Philippsborn/Philipsborn Family from Bentschen, Posen (Zbąszyń, Poland) and Descendants
  232. Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean
  233. Jewish Scholars of Magical Provence, France
  234. Jewish Soldiers in World War I (1914-1918]
  235. Jewish Switzerland
  236. Jewish Venice - Comunità Ebraica di Venezia
  237. Jewish Women Torah Scholars & Guides
  238. Jewish families from Drmoul (Dürrmaul), Bohemia, Czech Republic
  239. Jewish mayors outside of Israel
  240. Jews in Colonial America
  241. Jews in Cromwellian Great Britain & Ireland
  242. Jews in Medieval Great Britain & Ireland
  243. Jews in New Zealand
  244. Jews of Afghanistan
  245. Jews of Belarus
  246. Jews of Brazil
  247. Jews of Bulgaria
  248. Jews of Calabria, Italy
  249. Jews of Copenhagen, Denmark
  250. Jews of Cuba - Comunidad Hebrea de Cuba
  251. Jews of Duisburg, Germany (and surrounding Region)
  252. Jews of Ferrara, Italy
  253. Jews of Harrisonburg, Virginia
  254. Jews of Livorno (Leghorn), Italy
  255. Jews of Lucca, Italy
  256. Jews of Madeira, Portugal
  257. Jews of Merano, Italy
  258. Jews of Padua, Italy
  259. Jews of Puerto Rico
  260. Jews of Rome, Italy
  261. Jews of Sweden
  262. Jews of Turin (Torino)
  263. Jews of Uzhgorod ( Ungvar )
  264. Jews of Vermont
  265. Jews of Yemen - יהודי תימן
  266. Jews of the United States of America
  267. Juifs d'Algérie 1962-2012 (Jews from Algeria)
  268. KL Gross-Rosen
  269. KZ Dundaga
  270. KZ Kaiserwald
  271. KZ Treblinka
  272. Kapilevich / Kopelovich / Kalmen Families of Belarus and Lithuania
  273. Klein Family of Nyirbator
  274. Kohn / Kaldi / Molnar and Related Ashkenazi Families from Janoshaza, Hungary and surrounding villages
  275. Kovno, Ponedel, Rakiskis and other Lithuanian Heritage
  276. Kruk / Krug / Cohen / Brown Family of Bransk, Poland
  277. Kubie Family from Prague, Vienna, and Bohemia
  278. Kugel Family of Minsk Region, Belarus
  279. Kurdish Jews - Kurdên Cihû
  280. Latvian Jews - יהודי לטביה
  281. Lenowitz and Tsinowitz Families of Jedwabne, Poland
  282. Leventhal Family of Manchester, England and Terre Haute, Indiana
  283. Lithuania Jewish Online Databases
  284. Litvaks - ליטבאקים - Lithuanian Jewry Data
  285. Lomza Towns and Families: Rajgrod, Szczuczyn, Grajewo and others
  286. Major Chabad Families
  287. Makowiecki Family of Myszyniec and Lomza, Poland
  288. Margolis and Frankel Families
  289. Marx Family of Frankenthal and Mannheim, Baden Germany
  290. Medieval German and French Talmudists/Tosafot
  291. Medieval Rhineland Jewry: Speyer - Worms - Mainz
  292. Mintz / Sandler Family from Vabalninkas and Pasvalys, Lithuania
  293. Mittelsinn, Burgsinn, Würzburg Region Jews ( Bavaria )
  294. Morocco: Cradle of Jewish Scholarship & Art
  295. Mystical City of Safed, Israel / צפת, העיר המיסטית בישראל
  296. Notable American Jews
  297. Notable Austrian Jews
  298. Notable Canadian Jews
  299. Notable German Jews
  300. Notable Irish Jews
  301. Notable Jews of Persia & the Arabian Peninsula
  302. Notable Russian Jews - ידוענים יהודים ילידי רוסיה
  303. Origins of the Baghdadi Trade Diaspora
  304. Other Families in the First American Jewish Families
  305. Oury, Uhry, and Related Families of Alsace
  306. Persian Jewish Genealogy Portal
  307. Philadelphians Pictured in Fifty years' work of the Hebrew education society of Philadelphia: 1848-1898
  308. Philadelphians pictured in The history of the Jewish foster home & orphan asylum of Philadelphia
  309. Plato, Flato, Flatow Family from Prosnitz /Przasnysz, Poland
  310. Polish Jewish Families
  311. Polish Jewish Online Resources
  312. Presidents of Congregation Mikveh Israel, Philadelphia
  313. Pythagorean Philosophers & Kabbalists
  314. Raoul Wallenberg's Swedish Passport & Safe House Survivors
  315. Rapoport Family Tree Collaboration
  316. Ratnycia and Druskieniki, Lithuania: Remembering our Ancestors
  317. Regenstrief / Regenstreif Families of Romania and Vienna
  318. Salonika Center of Jewish Scholarship 140 BCE - 1945
  319. Sandler / Shusterus and Chait Families of Birzai, Lithuania
  320. Sarajevo: Little Jerusalem of the Balkans
  321. Sephardic and Crypto-Jews of New Mexico
  322. Ser-Charlap Family Association - Collaborative Family Tree (Arthur Menton)
  323. Shanghai Ghetto הגטו בשנחאי
  324. Sharpe Family of Vilna and Nashua, New Hampshire
  325. Shealtiel Family World Association - Family Tree Collaboration Project
  326. Shifrin Family Circle
  327. Sinai Akiba Academy 5th Grade (2014-15)
  328. Solomon Herz of Pilsen 1700's
  329. South Africa - a new home for Lithuanians
  330. Stolin, Belarus
  331. Suwalki Gubernia Families - Marriages and Immigration
  332. Talmudic Scholars of Austria (1100 - 1600)
  333. The Broniatowski Family Legacy
  334. The Great Sanhedrin - סנהדרין הגדולה
  335. The Holy Jewish Community of Sanz (Galicia)
  336. The Hungarian Jewish Legacy
  337. The Ibn Yahya Family
  338. The Jewish Communities of Szeged, Szentes and Mako Hungary
  339. The Jewish Community of Berlin, Germany
  340. The Jewish French Connection
  341. The Jewish Kingdom of Khazaria
  342. The Jewish community of Eisenstadt
  343. The Jews of Luboml, Volhynia - Poland
  344. The Latin American Jewish Odyssey
  345. The Legendary Katzenellenbogen Family
  346. The Levitical Horowitz Rabbinical Family Alliances Project
  347. The Obermayer and related families of Creglingen
  348. The Story of the Jews of Europe in the 20th Century- a Family Perspective
  349. The Unbroken Chain, by Dr. Neil Rosenstein
  350. Tolerated Jews of Vienna: Die Ersten Statuten des Bethauses in der Inneren Stadt (The First Statutes of the Temple in the Inner City)
  351. Torah Luminaries / Roshei Yeshivot
  352. Tracing Hidden Jewish Ancestry
  353. Tracing The Origin of The Purjesz Family
  354. Turkish Historical Jewish Community
  355. Turkish Jewish Genealogy Portal
  356. Twersky Rabbinic Dynasty
  357. Ukrainian Ancestors
  358. Wanger / Wenger of Bialystok Collaborators
  359. Wapnowitz Family of Lomza, Poland
  360. Warmbrand Family from Galicia
  361. Websites for Jewish Cemeteries
  362. Winkler Families of Gyor-Sopron County, Hungary
  363. Winstock Family of Abbeville and Greenwood, South Carolina
  364. Working with projects : Step by Step
  365. Workshop - From Laupheim to Hollywood - 1724-1942
  366. Yizkor Books Online at NY Library
  367. Zvhil, Mezbuz & Zlotschov Rabbinical Dynasty
  368. Židovska zajednica u Hrvatskoj/Jewish Network in Croatia