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What Do You Know About Your Great-Grandparents?

Mount Sinai vs. the Temple Mount offers perspective

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What Do You Know About Your Great-Grandparents?: Mount Sinai vs. the Temple Mount offers perspective

Podcast: Subscribe to Yacov Barber - Parsha Messages
Jewish Survival, Grandparents & Grandchildren, Mount Moriah, Temple Mount, Mount Sinai, Mishpatim

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Steve Huntington Beach, CA February 3, 2020

This was awesome...thanks R. Barber! Reply

Patricia SPasadena via chabadpasadena.com January 12, 2019

I know that my great grandmother was a German Jew from Badan Badan and my great grandfather was from Alsace Loraine. I know this because my grandfather was a pro football player, much of the information has been made public.
I know that they came to America with much wisdom and culture. Reply

Anonymous London February 5, 2016

I am very lucky that I have been able to discover my great grandparents and also many generations back, until 1700 when my 10th great grandfather came to London, from Amsterdam - previously from Seville. I discovered my great grandparents', Mordecai Mendoza and Dinah Mendoza (Mitchell), grave in the Sephardi cemetery in Hoop Lane, London NW11 in 1979. I then embarked on a voyage of discovery to find many ancestors, with the help of an existing Family Tree given to me by the Hammerson Family, also part of my Tree. Reply