Tracing your Jewish Ancestors - Second Edition (Paperback)
A Guide For Family Historians
+£4 UK Delivery or free UK delivery if order is over £30
(click here for international delivery rates)
Need a currency converter? Check XE.com for live rates
|Other formats available||Price|
|Tracing your Jewish Ancestors… Kindle (42.7 MB) Add to Basket||£5.20|
|Tracing your Jewish Ancestors… ePub (19.2 MB) Add to Basket||£5.20|
This fully revised second edition of Rosemary Wenzerul's lively and informative guide to researching Jewish history will be absorbing reading for anyone who wants to find out about the life of a Jewish ancestor. In a clear and accessible way she takes readers through the entire process of research. She provides a brief social history of the Jewish presence in Britain and looks at practical issues of research – how to get started, how to organize the work, how to construct a family tree and how to use the information obtained to tell the story of a family. In addition she describes, in practical detail, the many sources that researchers can go to for information on their ancestors, their families and Jewish history.
As seen in The Herts Advertiser and Hertfordshire Life Magazine.
The latest edition of this book by Rosemary Wenzerul enlightens readers on the entire processof research, aided by a brief social history of the Jewish presence in Britain.Discover Your History Magazine
'Tracing Your Jewish Ancestors' not only informs beginners how to get started and the practicalities associated with discovering more about their family but it is a boon to those experienced enough to want to know where they can look to find out even more about their own historical past.Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
The guide goes a long way to answering many of the questions that family historians researching their Jewish ancestors will naturally have.
Congratulations to Rosemary for this contribution to genealogy and for putting Jewish genealogy in the forefront of historical research.
A comprehensive easy to follow reference book which is a 'must' for Jewish Ancestry research whether you are just beginning or have already made some progress.Essex Family Historian
The author's expertise shines in the later sections, such as the chapter on Public Records and the discussion on naturalization records, when she outlines the information contained in naturalization papers and shows the novice the ropes.International Review of Jewish Genealogy
Individuals doing genealogical research [in England] will certainly find new avenues to explore from perusing this book.
As seen in the St Albans Review.St Albans Review
[An] excellent publication on Jewish genealogical research.Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine