Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Translation Help with ViewMate at the Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento

Need help with translations of historical or family documents?  Consider the Viewmate program.

"An Introduction to ViewMate" will be presented at the Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento on Sunday, November 18, 2012 starting at 10 a.m.

Gary Sandler will talk about the award-winning ViewMate program he helped create. The program, found at www.JewishGen.org, offers free translations of old passports, postcards, gravestones, official documents and more.  Sandler has been the programmer for ViewMate and will introduce its features and capabilities.  It has helped thousands of people move past brick walls in their family research.

About the Speaker
Gary Sandler has been a computer guy and project planner for over 30 years. His interest in genealogy sprang from his curiosity about whether he was related to the actor Adam Sandler.  He has been applying his obsessive-compulsive behaviors to researching and documenting his Russian, Lithuanian and Polish roots for over a dozen years. In 2006-07, Sandler worked with Steve Morse to create the “Gold Form” one-step tool for searching Ellis Island passenger records.

All are welcome to attend the Sunday, November 18th 10 a.m. meeting at the Albert Einstein Residence Center,1935 Wright Road, Sacramento. 

For more information about the Jewish Genealogical Society of Sacramento, visit www.jgss.org or e-mail Mort Rumberg at mortrumberg1@earthlink.net.

Submitted by Mort Rumberg
Posted by Denise H. Richmond

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