Marcel Founder of Romgen
I was born in Manchester and moved to live in Israel in 1988.
My passion for genealogy started in the 1970s as a volunteer research assistant to the well – known Polytechnic historian Bill Williams – extracting and indexing from microfilm all the Jewish inhabitants from the 1871 census of Manchester and Salford.
During that period I rescued hundreds of endangered communal documents in both Liverpool and Manchester and deposited them into the Manchester City Archive.
In 2004 I commenced my research in Romania, starting with Raducaneni and Bacau, the birth towns of my maternal grandparents.
As a result of this extensive research Romgen now cover the entire area of Greater Romania.
Marcel Glaskie is an accredited researcher in the C.N.S.A.S. communist archive in Bucharest.
APG – Association of Professional Genealogists
Manager of the Romgen Bucharest office
Alexandru’s Bucharest office
Around Greater Romania
Dan is the Romgen archive photographer
Some of the research team working in the Bucharest archive
Alexandru in the digital archive in Chisinau
Ovidiu – Managing Romgen in Iasi & Moldova
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