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==This article is inappropriate for a Christian page==<br>No sense of Jewish families surnames published in a Christian page.<br>You can create a website on which to publish this information, but Family Search is not the place.<br>We appreciate your understanding and sorry for the inconvenience.
 
==This article is inappropriate for a Christian page==<br>No sense of Jewish families surnames published in a Christian page.<br>You can create a website on which to publish this information, but Family Search is not the place.<br>We appreciate your understanding and sorry for the inconvenience.
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This page has been rolled back all Genealogy is welcome on the FamilySearch Wiki.  [[User:Sandralpond|Sandralpond]] 03:47, 24 February 2014 (UTC)
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== Research Outline ==
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The Jewish Genealogy Research Outline is older, and less attractive, version of a FamilySearch guide I have (I was trying to obtain the most recent version in .pdf format).&nbsp; In fact, it feels as if the entire Web site has undergone a sort of regression to a more simplistic and less functional purpose.

Latest revision as of 21:50, 27 May 2014

==This article is inappropriate for a Christian page==
No sense of Jewish families surnames published in a Christian page.
You can create a website on which to publish this information, but Family Search is not the place.
We appreciate your understanding and sorry for the inconvenience.

This page has been rolled back all Genealogy is welcome on the FamilySearch Wiki. Sandralpond 03:47, 24 February 2014 (UTC)

Research Outline

The Jewish Genealogy Research Outline is older, and less attractive, version of a FamilySearch guide I have (I was trying to obtain the most recent version in .pdf format).  In fact, it feels as if the entire Web site has undergone a sort of regression to a more simplistic and less functional purpose.