NEW MEMBERS, PERSONAL NOTICES, ACTIVITIES.
When the Jews settled in Metz (II)
Pascal FAUSTINI continues his enquiry about the origin of the first jewish families of Metz. Isaac, a protagonist of the trial described in issue 64, would belong to the Francfort Grotwohl family.
Chronicle of the Jewish community of Dornarch-Mulhouse (Alsace)
Denis INGOLD accompanies the reader through analysis of the notarial documents into the intimacy of the first jewish families of Dornarch from the XVIth century to the French Revolution. Illustration is given of the most notorious ones_: the Wallach, the Goldschmidt, the Battegay.
Searching an almost lost identity in Corfu
Renato MINERBO, today commuting from Brazil to Paris, makes a sentimental journey to Corfu.
A Jewish Genealogy in the Ottoman Empire : the Penso family
Rémi HAKIM has used various kinds of approaches to invest a branch of his family. His search started twenty years ago and is not yet finished. Imagination, patience, exhaustive reading are the required clues to succeed. And Internet is certainly the recent best and unavoidable companion.
Eliane Roos-Schuhl examines a colophon of Moïse d’Avila
Next meetings of genealogy.
A festival of judeo-spanish music in Paris in May 2001 at the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaïsme
A new house in Paris for the yiddish culture.
Ernest Kallmann gives information about the posterity of Naphtali Bar-Giora Bamberger,
The Center of Jewish Documentation in Berlin etc.
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