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James Bennett Collection

 Collection
Identifier: AR 5518

Scope and Content Note

This collection contains photocopies and transcriptions of documents acquired and generated in research on Jewish families and communities throughout Europe, Israel, and the United States, such as family trees, lists of single Jewish communities and families in Europe, manuscripts, official documents, registers, census records, community records, and cemetery registers.

The following family names are mentioned in this collection:

Abas; Alkan; Allen; Ansell; Ashkenazi; Bass; Bauer; Bennett; Bernheim; Bissinger; Bissinger; Blaschke; Bluhm; Boas; Bodenheimer; Bonn; Brand; Brann; Brown; Camphoff; Cathcart; Chadwick; Charmak; Cohen; Cohn; Colton; de Beer; de Groot; de Jonge; de la Prade; De Meere; Dick; Dickhoff; Dieling; Donaldson; Ecker; Einstein; Feldman; Fichtenberg; Frank; Friedberg; Gerstle; Getz; Giard; Goldman; Goldschmidt-Levy; Goldschmidt-Oldenburg; Goldschmidt-Stadthagen; Goldsmit; Gompertz; Gosschalk; Gossels; Greenebaum; Guggenheimer; Gundelfinger; Guttman; Harnart; Hastings; Hausner; Heilbronner; Heilbrunner; Heiligers; Heller; Henle; Herberger; Hilb; Hirsch; Huberman; Hulshoff; Ichenhausen; Israelsky; Israelsky; Jacobson; Joseph; Juda; Judels; Kastmann; Kirschner; Kitay; Kleinordlinger; Klerekoper; Kohn; Koopmans; Laemmle; Laigle; Lammfrom; Lauchheimer; Leek; Lefko; Lehman; Levie; Levy-Kramer-Stadthagen; Libman; Lichtenstadt; Liskoff; Low; Mann; Marx; Mayer; McSwain; Meinstein; Mellrich; Metz; Meyer; Meyersohn; Mogendorff; Mondt; Mouwes; Musser; Nathan; Neuhaus; Neumann; Nolthius; Norden; Nort; Oettinger; Oppenheimer; Pagel; Pinkerle; Ree; Riebe; Ries; Rijteling; Ronkel van; Rosenberg; Rosenfeld; Rothschild; Rothstein; Rozendaal; Salomonsohn; Salomonson; Salomonson; Schaffer; Schimmel; Schoenwalder; Schwab; Schwartz; Seligmann; Selinger; Shellow; Simon; Skinner; Sklar; Smit; Solomonson; Stade; Stadthagen-Levy; Steinheimer; Steppacher; Straus; Struck; Stuckert; Teulingkx; Tews; Thannhauser; Traub; Ullmann; van Raalte; Van Ronkel; van Zuidam; Weglein; Weill; Willemse; Williamson; Windsbacher; Zacharonsky; Zimet

Dates

  • 1711 - 1997

Creator

Language of Materials

This collection is in English, German, Hebrew, and Yiddish.

Access Restrictions

Open to researchers.

Access Information

Collection is digitized. Follow the links in the Container List to access the digitized materials.

Use Restrictions

The collection's donor requests full acknowledgment in any re-publication.

Because many of the materials, particularly in Series II, are photocopies of items located in other repositories, permission is required to reproduce any of this collection, or to use or cite any of this collection in publication.

For more information, contact:

Leo Baeck Institute, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011

email: lbaeck@lbi.cjh.org

Biographical Note

James Bennett was a genealogist.

Extent

0.5 Linear Feet

Abstract

This collection contains photocopies and transcriptions of documents acquired and generated in research on Jewish families and communities throughout Europe, Israel, and the United States, such as family trees, lists of single Jewish communities and families in Europe, manuscripts, official documents, registers, census records, community records, and cemetery registers.

Arrangement

  1. Series I: Families 1869-1997
  2. Series II: Communities 1711-1938

Other Finding Aid

An earlier inventory is available in folder 1.
Title
Guide to the James Bennett Collection, 1711 - 1997  AR 5518
Status
In Progress
Author
Processed by LBI Staff
Date
© 2009
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
Finding aid written in English.

Revision Statements

  • October 05, 2011 : Links to digital objects added in Container List.

Repository Details

Part of the Leo Baeck Institute Repository