Genealogy Projects tagged with jewish on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Rabbis

    Rabbis Geni Rabbis List Rabbis are Judaism's scholars, teachers, and religious leaders. Please add Geni profiles of those employed as rabbis to this occupation project. In addition, you may wish to add them to one of the related history oriented projects -- or start your own sub project. Please also list and add a bolded hyperlink to Geni profiles of rabbis considered especially "notable" ...

  • Trup Diaspora

    ==The project " Trup Diaspora " is a genealogical project aimed to connect families known to be related, and, of family Trup.=====Nowadays the family exists under different names derived from Trup , such as Troop , Troup , Troupp , or Trupp , as well as under surnames people may have received via marriage or what-have-you. =====What is known (with some certainty) is:==i) The origins of the fami...

  • Jewish Communities in Bohemia and Moravia, Czech Republic

    This is an umbrella project, listing all of the sub-projects on Jews from towns in Bohemia and Moravia in the Czech Republic. Please do not add profiles to this project. Please add them to the appropriate town or community where they lived. Our goal is to set up a project page for each of the towns or communities, and include links to families from those communities on the particular proje...

  • Jewish Families from Prague

    This project seeks to reconstruct the Jewish population of Prague in the late 18th and 19th centuries. In the public tree on Geni, it is possible to link up all of the major Prague families. You can find a list of Prague Jewish surnames from Alexander Beider's work . See also the Jewish Prague FTDNA Project . You will notice that many of the Prague surnames are rather uncommon today, but very ...

  • Jewish Families of Łódź, Poland

    This project aims to assemble all of the Jewish families from the city of Łódź. We welcome collaborators. There are a lot of families to find and enter. Feel free to join, not just Follow, the project and enter the names of families who lived in Łódź. Go to ACTIONS (top right of the profile) click on ADD TO PROJECT. Select the project name that appears from the responsive check box and then DO...

  • Jewish Families from Prostějov (Prossnitz), Moravia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to identify and collect Jewish persons with a connection to the Town of Prossnitz=Prostéjov, Czech Republic. Prostějov (German pronunciation: Proßnitz, Yiddish: פראסטיץ‎ Prostitz) is a city in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic, in the historical region of Moravia. Today the city is known for its fashion industry and AČR special forces unit 601 based there. The historic...

  • Jewish Families in Gateshead, 'UK'

    This project collects information Of Jewish Families in Gateshead, United Kingdom== Gateshead =Gateshead is a town in Tyne and Wear, England, on the southern bank of the River Tyne opposite Newcastle upon Tyne. Gateshead and Newcastle are joined by seven bridges across the Tyne, including the Gateshead Millennium Bridge. The town is known for its architecture, including the Sage Gateshead, the ...

  • Maccabiah Games

    The Maccabiah Games (a.k.a. the World Maccabiah Games; Hebrew: משחקי המכביה, or משחקי המכביה העולמית; sometimes referred to as the "Jewish Olympics"), first held in 1932, are an international Jewish and Israeli multi-sport event held quadrennially in Israel. The Maccabiah Games are open to Jewish athletes from around the world, and to all Israeli citizens regardless of their religion. It is the...

  • Jewish Celebrity Birthday Calendar

    Birthdays of famous Jews throughout history. The project also includes people with Jewish ancestry (usually at least one Jewish grandparent). Generally, the project includes people with a Wikipedia page or an entry in the Jewish Encyclopedia or Jewish Women's Archive . Bold names are already on Geni and connected to the World Family Tree . Italicized names are on Geni but not yet connected to t...

  • Jewish Families of Warsaw

    Warsaw was built on the banks of the Vistula River. The city has been capital of various reorganizations of Poland's territory since the 16th century, when Zygmunt III, commemorated in the famous Zymunt Column, moved the capital of Poland from Krakow.The history of Warsaw spans over 1400 years. In that time, the city evolved from a cluster of villages to the capital of a major European power, t...

  • Mittelsinn, Burgsinn, Würzburg Region Jews ( Bavaria )

    General Mittelsinn and Burgsinn are communities in the Main-Spessart district in the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia (Unterfranken) in Bavaria, Germany and members of the Verwaltungsgemeinschaft (Administrative Community) of Burgsinn.No later than the 19th century, there were Jewish families living there who formed their own community and built a synagogue. This was destroyed on Kristallnac...

  • Jewish Communities in Romania

    This is an umbrella project for all of the Jewish communities in Romania. Here you'll find a brief historical summary, then some sections of links: Geni projects organized by geography, projects for Romania in general, and links to related outside resources. The information included and its organization are primarily oriented toward what will be most helpful to genealogy researchers while stayi...

  • Mount Tamalpais Cemetery, San Rafael, Marin County, California

    Mount Tamalpais Cemetery resides in San Rafael, Marin County, California. Also known as Kol Shalom Cemetery , Sha'arei Shalom Cemetery, this large burying ground is active. The earliest burial is that of the infant daughter of Judge A Jerome “Al” Barney. Judge Barney was born in Cayuga County, New York. He and his family settled in Marin County, California. The judge is also buried in Mount Tam...

  • Har Nebo Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Har Nebo Cemetery is a Jewish cemetery in the Oxford Circle neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Established in 1890, it is the oldest privately owned Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia. It is named for Mount Nebo, a Moabite mountain mentioned as the place where Moses died in the Hebrew Bible on the other side the Jordan River. Wikipedia Find a Grave Billion Graves

  • Jewish Families of Kozienice, Poland

    This project is dedicated to commemorating the once vibrant and influential Jewish community of Kozienice "Koznitz" in Poland. The goal of this project is to identify and catalogue all of the Jewish families that lived in Kozienice prior to the destruction of the Jewish community during World War II. From Wikipedia:Kozienice [k%C9%94%CA%91%C9%9B%CB%88%C9%B2it%CD%A1s%C9%9B] (Yiddish: קאזשניץ Koz...

  • Czech (Bohemian) American Jews

    Bohemian and Czech Jews in American History Miloslav Rechcígl, Jr. Jews have lived on the territory of the historic Czech Lands for some 1,000 years. They have played an important role in the social, economic and cultural development of the country since the times of the Duchy and the subsequent Kingdom of Bohemia, through the establishment of independent Czechoslovakia, and the Successor State...

  • Jewish Exogamy

    The goal of this project is to pinpoint profiles on Geni where the "Jewish" tree intersects with others . (N.B. "Jewish exogamy" is the politically correct variant of "intermarriage.") Profiles must be set to "public." Collaborators, please feel free to update, adding resource links, images, documents -- and inviting more collaborators. And let's use "discussions" to share personal stories, b...

  • Austro-Hungarian Jews

    This project is here to give us a greater insight into the lives of our ancestors from across the empire and to help us work together to find our common roots. List of Austro-Hungarian Jews Wikipedia>===Famous People Sigmund Freud : Father of Psychoanalysis. Theodor Herzl : Father of Zionism. Stefan Zweig : Novelist, playwright, journalist, biographer. Franz Kafka : Novelist.

  • Croatian Jews

    Židovi u Hrvatskoj / Croatian Jews list from wikipedia A Vladoje Aksmanović (Viktor Axmann) Moša Albahari Alfred Albini Srećko Albini Alexander family from wikipedia Oskar Aleksander Samuel David Aleksander

  • Jewish Community of Graz, Styria, Austria (Steiermark, Österreich)

    The objective of this project is to build family trees for all Jewish families with members who resided in, were born, married or died in Graz, Austria, or other portions of Austria recorded in the vital records of the Graz Jewish community and Graz population register. These include Jews living in other parts of Styria, Carinthia, and Carniola (Krain). Subprojects of this project will include ...

  • Galician (Eastern European) Jews

    Galicia or Galizia : * Ukrainian: Галичина (Halychyna)* German: Galizien* Russian: Галиция (Galitsiya)* Yiddish: גאליציע (Galitsie)* Czech: Halič* Hungarian: Halics / Gácsország) Is a historical region in Eastern Europe, currently divided between Poland and Ukraine, named after the medieval city of Halych, currently the village of Krylos near the modern city of Halych (Ukraine); first mentioned...

  • Jewish Families of Kolomea / Kolomyja, Ukraine

    =Background== Kolomea (or Kolomyya; Pol., Kołomyja; Ger., Kolomea, Colomea), city on the Prut River in Ukraine. Jews first settled in Kołomea, then part of Poland, at about the turn of the sixteenth century. Although many were murdered and the community was destroyed during the Khmel’nyts’kyi massacres of 1648–1649, the Jewish population quickly reestablished itself and numbered more than 1,000...

  • Jewish Families from Tučapy (Tutschap), Tábor, South Bohemia, Czechia

    This project seeks to document the Jewish families of Tučapy (Tábor, Bohemia, Czech Republic) using the Census and Familianten records, surviving Jewish vital records, census records, and other sources. The Jewish vital records for Tučapy are fragmentary, but the families intertwine with many others in nearby towns. Tučapy residents also seem to have formed a small colony in St. Pölten, Austria...

  • Nekrich

    The Jewish family name Nekrich originates from the village Nekrashi next to Slutsk, Belarus. I invite the progeny to research the roots and establish connections. The Israeli branch changed their last name into “Shalev“, taking the phonological meaning of “Nekrich” as “not shouting”.I have started a family tree of Abram son of Itzka Nekrich, born in 1776 in Slutzk. It is based on revision lists...

  • Jewish Families of Swarzędz (formerly Schwersenz, Posen)

    Swarzedz is located at 52°25' N 17°05' E 166 mi W of Warszawa. It is a small town about 13 km from Poznan. Jewish settlers were living there for many years. A web site at offers some insight into the present day town. The Jewish population in the 1800's was limited, with many people moving to the larger cities by the early 1900's.Yad Vashem records 154 people who were born in Swarzedz who peris...

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