"Internet nexus of cultural Judaism" — Examiner.com
Suggestion by Michael from Hartford.
The one thing I've always found maddening about your well-researched, comprehensive log is that in the midst of your pithy creativity, you sometimes neglect to say "from where?" As in "from where is Cary Elwes Jewish?" Is he a quarter on his dad's side? Does he have scattered Eastern European ancestry? What's the Jewish connection? I did a quick Google and couldn't find one.
Well, if we always say "from where", it starts getting repetitive... And stuff like that can usually be looked up.Maternal great-grandfather
follow the path: Cary mother grandmother great-grandfatherNot Cary's real first name.
I can't find anything out there even saying he's remotely Jewish.....so not sure where you got this one....
See above. Also:great-grandfather, born Ivan Rikard Mendel Kraus, converted to Christianity, changed name to Ivanovic.
Ah, interesting! And so obscure!Apparently Mr. Elwes's stepfather was also Jewish.