The JGSGB (Jewish Genealogy Society of Great Britain) is hosting a specially-convened meeting on Thursday 23rd February 2012 – the evening before Who Do You Think You Are Live! – to hear Daniel Horowitz speak on genealogical resources in Latin America (Jewish or not). His review will cover institutions, temples, burial societies, cemeteries, citizenship records, immigration and computer databases that can be used online. The talk will start at 7.30pm at 33 Seymour Place W1 and is free to members. Non-members, who are warmly welcomed, will pay £5 at the door. Entry will be by advance reservation only, which can be made by email to education@JGSGB.org.uk.
Daniel Horowitz is a very experienced genealogist, researcher and lecturer with over twenty years’ experience in the field and whose work has received many awards in Venezuela and in Israel. Now Chief Genealogist at MyHeritage.com, the online webware and software specialist, his deep understanding of the needs of today’s family history enthusiasts serves the company, its customers, and his audiences well. He also holds a B.Sc. in Computer Engineering.
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