Stephen Paul Morse
|Current Location::||San Francisco, CA, USA|
|Birthplace:||Brooklyn, NY, USA|
Husband of <private> Morse
|Managed by:||Private User|
About Stephen Paul Morse
- Father of the 8086 Processor & Genealogist
- A One-Step Portal for On-Line Genealogy Stephen P. Morse
- Searching Ashkenazic Reference Books for Jewish Surnames
Stephen Morse is best known as the architect of the Intel 8086 (the granddaddy of today’s pentium processor), which sparked the PC revolution 25 years ago. He is also an amateur genealogist who has been researching his Russian-Jewish origins. Steve has a doctorate degree in electrical engineering from New York University and has held research positions at Bell Labs, IBM Watson Research, GE Corporate R&D, and Compagnie Internationale pour l’Informatique in France. He has been involved in development at Intel Corp, Alsys Inc, and Netscape. He has taught at CCNY, Pratt Institute, UC Berkeley, SUNY Albany, Stanford University, and San Francisco State. He has authored numerous technical papers, written four textbooks, and holds four patents.
Categories on his site include
- Ellis Island (many forms, manifests, ship lists, NY passengers, directories, pictures NARA/FHL roll numbers)
- Castle Garden (manifests, ship lists, browser, passengers)
- Other Ports (passengers, manifests, ship lists for Baltimore, Boston, Galveston, New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Hamburg, Canadian, Germans to America, Italians to America, Russians to America, etc.)
- US Census (street finder, census codes, rolls, browser, descriptions counties, name searches, changed street names, soundex).
- Canadian/UK Census
- New York Census (Brooklyn 1925 name index, etc.)
- Vital Records (birthdays, public records, addresses, ages, Social Security Death Records, Social Security Numbers, naturalization records, incarceration records, NY birth records, NY groom/bride index, death records, cemeteries, county indexes, Illinois, Montreal, etc.)
- Calendar/Maps (Jewish calendar, Moslem calendar, French calendar, zip code maps, maps, latitude/longitude, area codes, country codes, etc.).
- Foreign Alphabets (translation, transliteration, Hebrew, Russian, Greek, Yiddish, soundex, cursive/print, foreign Googles, virtual keyboards, etc.)
- Holocaust & Eastern Europe (variety of information)
- Genetics (FamilyTreeDNA markers, haplogroups, charts, distances, migration, etc.)
- Creating Search Applications
- Miscellaneous (many other topics and innovations)
- One of his newer helps are One-Step searches for the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) recently made available passenger lists of Russian, German, Italian and Irish lists.
Each list is generally of immigrants who identified their nationality as Russian, German or Italian, and who landed in New York, Boston, Baltimore, New Orleans or Philadelphia during the 19th century. The Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies created the passenger list indexes; however, they are not complete listings of all these immigrants.
Morse speaks at many genealogy conferences and meetings in North America; his speaking schedule is listed here. If he will be speaking in your area, try to attend his lecture. He has written articles for the Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly ("Deep Linking & Deeper Linking," "Jewish Calendar Demystified"). He's received many awards including the 2008 Unified Polish Genealogical Societies Thank You Award, the 2007 Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly Excellence Award, the National Genealogical Society Award of Merit, and the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (2003 Outstanding Contribution Award and 2006 Lifetime Achivement Award), while articles have been written about him in Heritage Quest Magazine, Genealogical Computing and elsewhere.
Posted by Schelly Talalay Dardashti on May 6th, 2008 - 14:43