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July 18, 2012
If you have ancestors in your pedigree from Württemberg, or some other regions in Germany, such as Baden and Ostfriesland, chances are you h…
June 1, 2012
For many parishes in the Wuerttemberg region of Germany, Professor Max Cramer has extracted birth and marriage information from the vital re…
May 11, 2012
Now that the Mecklenburg-Schwerin Census records are online, it’s time to use them. If you have been looking for ancestors from this area, y…
October 24, 2011
The Baptists were a religious minority in Poland, making it more difficult to know when and where records of this faith might be available. …
October 3, 2011
Swiss census records or population registers generally begin about 1634 and run into the mid- 1700’s. Every few years, these censuses were t…
September 7, 2011
The Hamburg passenger lists are a useful tool for many German researchers, as well as those who are researching immigrants from other countr…
June 3, 2011
The immigration records which came into existence because of the EWZ (Einwandererzentralstelle, the Immigration Control Center) are a treasu…
April 19, 2011
Most of us when working out our genealogies in Germany are accustomed to the fact that a surname stays with us generation after generation. …
December 17, 2010
Sometimes when researching my Polish ancestors I find that parish records have been lost. In one case, I have reconstructed the parish by se…
December 14, 2010
Sometimes when researching my Polish ancestors I find that parish records have been lost. In one case, I have reconstructed the parish by se…
September 10, 2010
I recently returned from Poland from an archive research trip. I thought I was completely prepared for this trip, but I must admit that you …