Shalom and Welcome to the
Gross-Steinberg Family Tree
This Jewish genealogy web page is courtesy of James Gross
(updated August 2017)
This page visited by impatient genealogists!
This web page is dedicated in loving memory to:
the late Dr. Nathan Gross, "Bubbi" Mrs. Anna Gross,
"Grandpop" Dr. Nathan Steinberg, and "Grandmom" Mrs. Reba Steinberg,
to those relatives who died in the holocaust,
and to the loved ones whom are always in our hearts
You can find this site via a fast google search by typing the keyword:
Glad to see you have found my family tree webpage.
You will notice that this website is free of annoying graphics
and colors. You are here for genealogy, not a light show.
Its probably going to take me some time to check all links. My surname list has been updated via a nifty site called "tribal pages".
(1) check out Jewishgen, (2) join a local genealogy society. (3) Do some work on your tree and then contact other researchers.
My benevolent and unselfish desire to try and share genealogy info to help
other genealogists has resulted in my website receiving some awards:
Jewish Genealogy "Key Resource" by Links2Go,
"Featured Heartland Neighborhood Webpage" by Geocities,
"Featured Webpage" by Family Genealogy, A Passage in Time,
"Family Tree Commendation" by Who's Who Online,
"Award of Excellence in 1997" by NetAwards,
and "New Sites" by Starting Point.
This webpage is oriented towards Jewish genealogy research info for
Phila, NYC, and the LDS. I have observed that most of this US material
is generic regardless of ones ethnic backround.
I also have some National Archives and South Africa info as well.
So fasten your seatbelts and prepare to be launched into an information journey.
As I mentioned above, if you are new to internet genealogy,
I encourage you to read my "Beginner genealogy tips file".
And, if you are new to the web and need some help (or a LOT of help)
figuring out how to download webpages, read my "save file".
My "links page" has a ton of good links.
Already found "everything" on that special relative?
Check out my "list page" for a killer list of genealogy records to find.
For those of you who are seriously looking for that deceased relative,
skim thru my "Skiptracing dead relatives"page.
And, as always, please send me an e-mail if you see anything of interest.
I hope SOME of you are doing archive research besides web surfing...
Looking for names? Check out the various files below...
Family Tree Info:
Updated list of researched shtetls with surname links
(in progress-see older link below)
Older select family write-ups based on shtetl and surname
[Family chart (names only) at tribalpages]
Genealogy Tips by James Gross:
Jewish Organization Research
SHTETL Research: A Good Overseas Researcher
SHTETL Research: Zaleszczyki, Ukraine
SHTETL Research: Lithuania
SHTETL Research: Poland
SHTETL Research: Maps and Aerial Photos
To contact me please send me an e-mail
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