Upcoming Events in JGSGB
February and March Events and Meetings in JGSGB
As well as our Annual Conferences in London and in Manchester we run dozens of events each year, providing members and non-members with information and the knowledge to pursue their family history research. The following events will run over the coming weeks:
Sunday 22 February 2015, 2.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Dutch & Sephardi SIG Meeting, 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 3AU - David Mendoza, Sephardi Research Expert.
Sunday 22 February 2015, 2.00 p.m. Manchester Regional Group, Mead Hill Road Synagogue, off Middleton Road, Manchester M8 - Stanley Hyman, a very well-known local businessman, will speak to us about his newly published book “Is Anything Alright?”.
Sunday 22 February 2015, 3.00 p.m to 6.00 p.m. JGSGB Library Session, 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 3AU.
Sunday 1 March 2015, 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. German Special Interest Group, Edgware, Middlesex - contact Jeanette Rosenberg for location details.
Sunday 8 March 2015, 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. Midlands Regional Group, Birmingham Progressive Synagogue 1 Roseland Way Birmingham B15 1HD - Meeting Cancelled
Sunday 8 March 2015, 2.30 p.m to 6.00 p.m. Eastern European Special Interest Group, 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 3AU, Subect to be announced
Tuesday 10 March 2015, 7.30 p.m to 10.00 p.m. Chilterns & Home Counties Regional Group, Northwood and Pinner Synagogue - Dave Annal, Lifelines Research: "Brick Walls and Lost Ancestors: Problem Solving for Family Historians"
Sunday 22 March 2015, 2.30 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. JGSGB Members Social Meeting (JGSGB Members only), 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 3AU, Speaker Chris Pyke on "Pyke the Abysinnian Gold King and Beyond - The history of the Pyke Family Tree"
Sunday 29 March 2015, 3.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. JGSGB Library Session, 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 3AU
All events are participative and offer the chance to ask the questions that you need answering. Full details and the contacts for each event are available in the JGSGB Current Programme.
There is normally as small charge for non-members for ordinary meeting, which is deductable from membership fee. We look forward to welcoming new people to all of our open meetings. JGSGB conferences require a registration fee for members and non-members alike.
Take a Look at Previous Events Here
From our venue at the Ramada Hotel – at the entrance to the city - you’re within easy walking distance to the Light Rail (Mount Herzl/Yad VaShem, the City Center/Old City and more), the Knesset, Israel Museum, Bible Lands Museum, Hebrew University Givat Ram campus, Cinema City and other Jerusalem landmarks.
Have family in Israel? We can help arrange your family reunion.
In addition to the event’s lectures, workshops, resource center, networking opportunities and special events - many archives and repositories holding essential genealogical records will be at the conference. Many other one-of-a-kind programs will make this conference memorable.
We hope you will take advantage of this year’s Jerusalem conference to extend your stay - giving you and your family an opportunity to tour and learn about Israel.
We look forward to personally welcoming each of you!
LATEST NEWS - 23 February 2015
The Conference Organisers are making fortnightly drawings of prizes for those registering early - The first draw was made on 15 February and the lucky winner of two free hotel nights was a member of JGSGB! Get registered now to have a chance of winning valuable prizes.
Specialist and Local/Regional Groups
If you are already a member you will most likely have attended meetings of our Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and Regional Groups (RGs) where you know they are always happy to see new faces. These meetings are free to members with a nominal charge to visitors offset against membership if you join at the meeting.
If you are not already a member and have accessed this website then you are already displaying an interest in family history, so what are you waiting for?
At the meetings we generally have a speaker or hold one of our very popular workshops where bricks walls are often broken down. It has been known for attendees to find others researching the same family name or ancestral town, or even for long lost cousins to be reunited.
After a recent Dutch & Sephardi SIG meeting, this is what one attendee posted on the JGSGB Facebook Group Page:
"great meeting yesterday of jsgbs- dutch and sephardi group -we shared many wonderful stories -many of which should be televised -they are so moving-it is a year since I joined society best decision ever-worth every penny and a great 2 way commitment- learn and teach-mutual help"
SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS
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The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
Registered Charity Number 1022738
(page updated 20 February 2015)
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain - JGSGB - was founded in 1992 for beginners and experienced researchers to:
Help one another to learn and discover more about genealogy
Encourage genealogical research
Promote the preservation of Jewish genealogical records and resources
Share information amongst members
To find out more details of what we offer click here
Full details of JGSGB's programme of events can be found here
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