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South East England records added to Synagogue Scribes!

Visitors to the SynagogueScribes website (www.SynagogueScribes.com)  will be aware that the bulk of our records relate to the Jewish Communities of London, so we are especially pleased to announce the inclusion of some new material for the Jewish communities of…

Names: Places of origin or occupations or ?

Among the difficulties we encounter when transcribing old community records written in cursive Hebrew, is the appearance of words that have no apparent English equivalent and which usually, but not exclusively, relate to places of origin or occupations. The script…

An Englishman in New York – Success story

The SynagogueScribes and CemeteryScribes websites were born out of our personal interest in Anglo-Jewish genealogy.   We put our work out there on the Web in the hope that others will find it useful.  But forget about altruism: we do it…

Great Synagogue Burials added to SynagogueScribes.com !

We have just added over 3,500 Great Synagogue burial records (BSGSBUR)  to our sister site www.SynagogueScribes.com .  These have been compiled from transcripts left by the late Rabbi Dr. Bernard Susser, with additional material by the SynagogueScribes team and cover…

Searching SynagogueScribes.com – Basic Search

First in the series of our step-by-step guides to searching SynagogueScribes and getting the best results. Example 1: Finding a Burial Record for Sarah Nathan CemeteryScribes ref I970 In SynagogueScribes, using basic search which is the search present on every…

Announcing our new sister site SynagogueScribes

The Cemeteryscribes website, (previously www.Genpals.com Cemetery Project) has now been running for three years and, from the number of hits and the regular flow of comments and contributions we continue to receive, we believe you have found it useful. We…