The German Genealogy Girl's Podcast

Category: Genealogy

Podcast Episode #5 – November 2, 2017

The German Genealogy Girl talks to Teresa Steinkamp McMillin from Lindstreet Research. They begin with recapitulating the first International Germanic…

Today is Reformation Day

Today Protestants all over the world celebrate Reformation Day. It was on October 31st in the year 1517, 500 years…

Link of the Week – 31/2017 – Memorial Book

The Memorial Book of the Victims of the Persecution of Jews under the National Socialist Tyranny in Germany 1933 –…

Link of the Week – 29/2017 – Church Books of Saxony

Great news! The evangelical Church of Saxony has decided to join Archion! This means that the evangelical church records of…

Link of the Week – 28/2017 – POW of WW1

Are you looking for information on your ancestor who took part in the First World War? The International Red Cross…

Link of the Week – 27/2017 – Mailinglists

Do you have a question and need some insider information? Why not get in touch with other German researchers and…

Link of the Week 26/2017 – GEDBAS

Looking for family trees in German databases? Then the GEDBAS database by the Verein für Computergenealogie might be helpful!  

Link of the Week – 24/2017 – Directories from Rheinland-Palatine

If you want to search the historical directories of Rhineland-Palatine (Rheinland-Pfalz) for your ancestors, DiLibri is the place to look!…

Podcast Episode #4 – June 1, 2017

This episode is all about Berlin! The German Genealogy Girl talks about the history of Berlin and, the sources being…

Link of the Week – 22/2017 – Matricula – Münster

In week 15, I introduced the filmed church books of the catholic Diocese of Passau in Bavaria to you. This…

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