Miami Valley Jewish Genealogy & History
Miami Valley Jewish Genealogy & History is a project of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton.
The mission of JG&H is to collect, preserve, and put forth knowledge and information regarding Miami Valley Jewish genealogy and history, to assist with and promote research of Miami Valley Jewish genealogy and history, and to provide opportunities for sharing Miami Valley Jewish genealogical and historical information with the community.
Share your memories and images of Jewish life in Dayton and across Ohio’s Miami Valley at our popular Facebook group.
Sunday, October 27
10-11:30AM @ Beth Abraham Synagogue
(305 Sugar Camp Cir. Dayton, 45409)
Ken Bravo, president of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies, will present the talk, The Nuts & Bolts of Jewish Genealogy, on Sunday, Oct. 27 during a brunch program hosted by JG&H and Beth Abraham Synagogue, in conjunction with Beth Abraham’s 125th anniversary. The cost is $7 per person. For more information, contact Marshall Weiss at email@example.com.
We preserve and celebrate the history of the Dayton area Jewish community
- Your clearinghouse for queries about local Jewish genealogy and history
- Resources & programs to help you in your search
- Acquisition, preservation, dissemination, promotion and overall celebration of the Jewish history of Ohio’s Miami Valley region
- Oversight of Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton Archives Collection at Wright State University
- Referrals to genealogists for in-depth research
- Jewish genealogy library at Jewish Federation office
- Join our popular Facebook group, Growing Up Jewish In Miami Valley, Ohio
Samuel N. Dorf, Ph.D., Chair
Molly Blumer • Jan Maharam • Sandy Schoemann • Pamela Schwartz
Marshall Weiss, Project Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)