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Sephardic Heritage Project

About Us

The Sephardic Heritage Project was founded by Sarina Roffé in 2004 to identify and preserve the marriage and brit milah records of the Syrian Jewish community. The project has now evolved to include finding and identifying records from Sephardic communities worldwide  for use in genealogical research.

The Sephardic Heritage Project has an established presence and record of accomplishment as well as into an internationally recognized Board of Directors.

The Sephardic Heritage Project is incorporated in the State of New York and is a 501c3 recognized by the Internal Revenue Service.

The Sephardic Heritage Project is committed to:

  • preserving Sephardic heritage
  • identifying and databasing Sephardic Genealogical resources
  • presenting information at historical and genealogical conferences
  • translating materials into English
  • producing searchable databases for genealogical research

Sephardic Heritage Project is a member of the 
International Association of Jewish Genealogy Associations

Contact us
3603 Quentin Road
Brooklyn, NY 11234
(347) 434-3973
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