E. H. Newton research experts cooperate with governmental and non-governmental organisations around the world in order to assist the agencies to establish kinship for legal purposes such as abandoned estates, wills, inheritance orders criminal cases in which an involvement of a forensic genealogist is required.
E. H. Newton also offers internationally recognised and notarised translations from and into Hebrew, Polish and English, and professional services in regaining Polish citizenship and passports.
THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE SCENES
Esther Fuerster-Ashkneazi | Founder and CEO
Esther was born and raised in Poland, lived in the UK where she completed her higher education and consequently moved to Israel, where she works as a forensic genealogist, interpreter and a consultant for Polish-Israeli matters.
She has years-long experience in investigative genealogy and consulted for many years for the Israeli Ministry of Justice. Seeing new opportunities she expanded her clientelle to private companies, lawyer's offices, Polish and Jewish organisations worldwide, news channels and has since worked in the international field dealing with any Jewish-related case from around the world. She is a member of CAFG.
She often features in the Polish news channels to discuss pressing matters and is active in the Israeli hasbara in Poland.
She speaks three languages fluently: Polish, English and Hebrew; and is a certified and internationally accredited intepreter.
She lives in Israel with her family.
In order to provide most extensive research, we have partnered with:
Marcel Glaskie | Founder of RomGen
Marcel was born in Manchester and moved to live in Israel in 1988.
His passion for genealogy started in 1970s when he volunteered as a research assistant to a well-known Polytechnic historian, Bill Williams.
In 2004 he commenced his research in Romania, starting with Raducaneni and Bacau; the birth towns of his maternal grandparents.
His extensive research now covers the entire area of Greater Romania and he is a Romanian genealogy consultant to the Israeli Ministry of Justice.