Table of Contents

Dedication
Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction: How Did I Get Here?
Chapter 0: DNA Testing 101
Chapter 1: Immediate and Stunning Results
Chapter 2: “No” Is Also An Answer
Chapter 3: The Kwoczkas or “What Do You Want To Prove?”
Chapter 4: Rozdol
Chapter 5: Filip, Jacob and Rita
Chapter 6: Moshe Hersch
Chapter 7: Uncle Selig and the Traffic Light
Chapter 8: Nachman, Gabriel and Moshe
Chapter 9: Too Good To Be True
Chapter 10: Small Segments: Gold or Fool’s Gold?
Chapter 11: “I’m a Pikholz Too”
Chapter 12: Sarah Baar and Breine Riss
Chapter 13: Simon and Barbara
Chapter 14: What Does This Prove?
Chapter 15: Genes From My Father
Chapter 16: Recreation of the Great-Grandparents
Chapter 17: Cousins of Hersch
Chapter 18: Lessons in Endogamy
Chapter 19: Imperfect Triangulation: Amos and Pawel, Ira and Steve
Chapter 20: Peretz
Chapter 21: Ron and Craig and Maybe Someone Else
Chapter 22: Extreme Ancestors
Chapter 23: Chromosome Twenty-Three
A Stopping Place
Curtain Call

Appendix A: My Personal Family – Pikholz & Kwoczka
Appendix B: My Personal Family – Rosenzweig & Zelinka, Bauer & Stern
Appendix C: My Personal Family – Rosenbloom, Gordon & Kugel
Appendix D: The Rozdol Pikholz Families
Appendix E: Town Coordinates and Index
Appendix F: Given Names

Israel Pickholtz Websites:

What people are saying

Israel Pickholtz, has written a fascinating book about how he has confirmed and refuted many genealogical connections in his extended Ashkenazi family. He did this by testing every cousin he could. That story is an inspiration to those of us frustrated by using DNA to research our Jewish roots. It is as easy to read as it can be, given that genetic genealogy is not easy to understand.

— Kitty Cooper
http://blog.kittycooper.com
December 30, 2015

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