Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, FamilySearch
has added over 1,000 names of Jews from Ireland to its growing Knowles Collection genealogy database, according to a press release
Friday. The Knowles Collection contains information for over 15,000 of Jews from the British Isles. Building on the work of the late Isobel Mordy, the collection links individuals into family groups with more names added continuously. The collection is freely available as a file that can be viewed and edited through most genealogy software programs. Genealogy software is also available as a free download. Those wishing to donate information to the Knowles Collection may contact Todd Knowles at email@example.com. The Knowles Collection and other helpful resources are available for free online on the Jewish Family History Resources
page at FamilySearch.org.
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