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Family Finder data deadline is June 30

One of the traditional benefits of attending this Jewish genealogy conference is the Family Finder book, a compilation of up to 10 surnames, towns and countries of origin each registrant may provide for comparing his or her surname research with everyone else's.

Each full-week primary and student registrant gets a copy of the Family Finder book, at no extra cost, among the materials received upon checking in. Companions and day-by-day registrants can pre-order the book at $35 a copy, to be picked up at check-in. The order deadline is midnight EST June 30.

Here's an example of how the Family Finder can aid research. If you're researching the Goldbergs from a small town in Belarus, you might discover that someone else at the conference also is researching the Goldbergs from the same town, or the Goldbergs in another nearby town – a Belarus shtetl with a name that rings a bell for you. In another section you can find everyone who is researching other families from that same small town. Maybe they were friends or cousins of your Goldbergs. Contact information in the book will help you get in touch with those other researchers.

The first 5 surnames, towns and countries will appear on name badges.

Technological advances in recent years make DNA data a tool that may help reveal previously unknown family links. This year, for the first time at an IAJGS conference, the Family Finder will include a compilation of paternal and maternal Haplogoups provided by registrants. The information also will appear on name badges.

To turn all this information into a useful publication, we need it by midnight on June 30. If you haven't registered yet for DC2011, be sure to do so before July 1. If you've already registered, you should check back on your data before July 1 to be sure it's the way you want it to appear. (For help in returning to your registration record, see the item at the top of the Registration page. Click Register for DC2011 above, or click here.)

Once the book is printed, based on data available through June 30, no further update or supplement to the Family Finder will be available.

Guidelines for entering data

Please observe a few easy rules for entering information. Following these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.

  1. Type in Capitals and Lower Case, i.e., Like This, for all surnames and town names. NOT ALL CAPS LIKE THIS.
  2. Use the modern day name of the city or shtetl. If you are unsure of a name or spelling, please refer to the JewishGen Communities Database at http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/Search
    Use the spelling in the first column, Modern Town & Country. But please see rule no. 3.
  3. Don't enter special characters, such as accented vowels. Use the equivalent English letter.

For example:

Not like this, . . . . . . but like this
COHEN Cohen
cohen Cohen
Warsaw Warszawa
Vilna Vilnius
Kishinev, Russia Chisinau, Moldova
Kazlų Rūda Kazlu Ruda
Sępólno Krajeńskie Sepolno Krajenskie
 
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