Early bird registration for the 44th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy ends soon. 

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Are you looking for a genealogy breakthrough that can take your research to a new level? Wondering whether you’ll ever find the records of your ancestral towns, or if you have long-lost relatives waiting to be discovered?

All of this and more is possible at the 44th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy, Aug 18-22, in Philadelphia.

Here’s what some conference attendees have experienced:

“I loved attending my very first conference in London last summer and am signed up again for Philadelphia. … The conference was the perfect way to restart me on my genealogy research … a great opportunity to sharpen skills, refresh on the latest ideas of how to solve problems, and become reinfected with the enthusiasm of everyone else present.”

“At my first conference … I found out the name of my father’s sister, who had perished in the Warsaw Ghetto. I never knew the names of any of his siblings. Someone at the conference helped me find it. I was new to genealogy at that time. That was a huge find for me.”

“I attended last year for the first time and went to the presentation about the Jewish Colonial Trust. I looked up my husband’s great grandfather and learned his shares were never claimed. His will stipulated where to donate them and I am working to finalize a significant donation to Jerusalem’s Shaarei Tzedek hospital in his name. Hooray for IAJGS!”

Will you be next to make an amazing discovery at this year’s IAJGS Conference in Philadelphia, Aug. 18-22? You have to be there to find out!

Check out the outstanding speakers, sessions, computer workshops, tours and special events planned for the conference. Meet the top experts in the Jewish genealogy community, get one-on-one mentoring, learn how to use old and new tools effectively.

Go to iajgs.org/conference to learn more and register! Early bird registration ends June 15! Don’t miss out! 

Hope to see you in Philly!