Author Archives: pattyallweiss
When I first began family research on the various Allweiss branches, I was provided with a sheet by various cousins who assured me that the Allweiss descendants were indeed from rabbinic lineage. Over the years I have received e-mails complaining when I added the rabbinic lines onto the www.hoaroots.org website. “Where’s the proof?” They … Continue reading
(APROXIMATELY THE FIRST 10 BRANCHES WERE CREATED PRIOR TO MY INTEREST IN GENEALOGY. I HAVE ADDED TO AND UPDATED THE LIST. IF YOU LOOK THROUGH YOU WILL SEE WHERE SOME BRANCHES HAVE BEEN RESOLVED. THE ULTIMATE GOAL IS TO TIE ALL BRANCHES INTO BRANCH ONE, MAKING THE PATRIARCH THE SAME FOR ALL. THE PATRIARCH … Continue reading
Published in an issue of “SHEMOT”, The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain, March 2009, Vol. 17, 1. Contributed by David Conway.
Jack, Patty and Jonathan Allweiss enjoying Laguna Beach, California (Sep. 2008)
A copy of the invitation sent out to guests to attend the Golden Anniversary Party of Avrohom Jacob Allweiss and Itta Wadler Allweiss on Wednesday, February 11, 1925 In Manchester, England (Invitation contributed by David Conway).
FAMILY PORTRAIT AT THE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY OF AVROHOM YAAKOV ALLWEIS AND ITTA WADLER ALLWEIS IN MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, 11 FEB 1925
Front Row L to R: Charlotte Masher/Urmacher Allweis, Millie Rattut Allweis, Annie Feingold Allweis, Jessie Abrams Allweis, Rivka Allweis Haber, father Avrohom Yaakov, Mother Itta Wadler Allweis, Elke Allweis Feuer(?)(died 1929 in Mielec, Poland), Nellie Solomons Allweis, Janie Blech Allweis. Back Row L to R: Harry Allweis, Raphael Allweis, Philip Allweis, Israel/Joe Allweis(USA), Shapsie Haber, … Continue reading
The Allweiss Family Tree DNA Project As children of Adam and Eve, we are all related to each other, so why study ancestry? Because it is close family relationships that matter to most people. The Christian people of Europe can often trace their ancestry back to the 16th century, and even earlier for uncommon surnames. … Continue reading