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Spotlight on… The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain

Leigh Dworkin, Chairman of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain, explains the society’s important role in helping people around the UK discover more about their Jewish ancestors

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Trace Jewish ancestors

Jewish genealogy is even more exciting than general genealogy, because it forces you to understand history, geography, new languages and new alphabets, as well as social history. There were no Jews in this country between 1290 and 1657 so an ancestor of yours most likely came to the UK from some other ‘old country’, be it Eastern Europe, Germany, Holland or elsewhere.

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