IN THIS ISSUE:
A lonely grave sits at the bottom of the deconsecrated cemetery in Sydney's South Eastern Suburbs. The headstone, broken in two, has a Hebrew inscription. In searching for the story of the man buried here we uncovered an extraordinary Australian family history filled with triumph, tragedy and resilience.
- z’l Susan King - founder of JewishGen, dies
- AI Puts names to faces
- Genetic Genealogy solves decades old Aussie mystery
- NSW Museums of History launched
- Free DNA tests offer chance of reunion
- Old friends launch new websites
- MyHeritage releases Israeli immigration records for free
And details of upcoming events and workshops!
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SUBMIT YOUR STORY
Kosher Koala is edited by Dani Haski. We welcome article submissions from AJGS members. Feature articles can be between 1200-1400 words; news articles ~300 words; DIY or Sledgehammer submissions ~800 words. If you have a story or some interesting genealogical news you would like to contribute to Kosher Koala please email the editor.
Special thanks to sub-editor Peter Arnold.
PRINTING KOSHER KOALA
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ISSN 2653-1496 (Online)