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== Where to access the collection  ==
 
== Where to access the collection  ==
  
Search this collection through the [http://histfam.familysearch.org/ FamilySearch Community Trees ]website. Look for the section on Knowles Collection.   
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Search&nbsp;this collection through the [http://histfam.familysearch.org/ FamilySearch Community Trees ]website. Look for the section on Knowles Collection.&nbsp;More information on the Knowles Collection can be found at [http://knowlescollection.blogspot.com/ knowlescollection.blogspot.com].<br>
  
 
== How to search the record  ==
 
== How to search the record  ==

Revision as of 16:40, 26 April 2013

Jewish Genealogy  > Knowles Collection

Use this record to find the genealogy of many Jews of the Americas. This database deals with the Jewish people who appear in the records of North America, and Canada. The great advantage of the Knowles Collection is that it links together into family groups, thousands of individual Jews (over 245,000 in this database as of February 2013). Until now, these records were available only as individual sources available either through The Family History Library or through archives and individuals from throughout the world.

This record contains

  • Surname and forenames (continually being added)
  • Links to ancestors
  • Dates where available
  • Places where available
  • Source citations where available
  • Notes where available


Before using this record know

  • Name of person to search for
  • Approximate year of birth
  • Where the person lived

Where to access the collection

Search this collection through the FamilySearch Community Trees website. Look for the section on Knowles Collection. More information on the Knowles Collection can be found at knowlescollection.blogspot.com.

How to search the record

  • Search by the name of your ancestor
  • View the sources
  • View the notes

Tips

There are two types of records in this database:

  1. Those which have been added by Todd Knowles.In the Notes field, each item is categorized under“Research Notes”.
  2. Items contributed to the site by others, who are acknowledged.