My guest, expert genealogist Caitlin Hollander (one half of Hollander-Waas Jewish Heritage Services shares personal stories from her family tree and explains some of the unique nuances of Jewish genealogy. From inspiring stories of resilience and survival to complex naming traditions – aimed at tricking the Angel of Death.
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Beating The Angel Of Death: Jewish Genealogy
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A Spotlight on Caitlin Hollander
Caitlin is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, and the Jewish Genealogical Society of New York, among others, and also works as a forensic genealogist specializing in high value estate cases in New York, Queens, Kings, and Nassau Counties. In addition, she volunteers at the Manhattan Family History Center as their Jewish expert and her work on reclamation of citizenships has been featured in Family Tree Magazine.
More about names....
As Caitlin revealed in her interview, names can be a tricky thing. Here’s some tips to help you tackle name changes and more!
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