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Link of the Week – 21/2017 – German Newspapers

German newspapers are a great resource to find out more about your ancestors. More and more newspapers are digitized and…

Link of the Week – 20/2017 – Germans in the Danish Census

Do you have ancestors from Schleswig and Holstein? You probably are aware that most parts of today’s Schleswig-Holstein were under…

Link of the Week – 19/2017 – Matricula – Hildesheim

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

Link of the Week – 18/2017 – Immigrants from the Rhineland

If your ancestors were immigrants from the Rhineland and left in the 19th century this is a source you don’t…

Methodology – Local Genealogy Societies’ Super Power

This Methodology Tip is brought to you by Timo Kracke from the German genealogy podcast “der Genealoge“. Timo is a…

Link of the week 16/2017 – Alsace

If your ancestors came from Alsace (today France) this is the link to follow. The website is all in French…

Link of the Week – 15/2017 – Matricula – Passau

This link is for those of you with catholic ancestors who lived in the Diocese of Passau in Bavaria. Matricula…

Webinar Finding Your Ancestor’s German Hometown

Did you know the German Genealogy Girl a.k.a. Ursula C. Krause did a webinar on finding the place your German…

Link of the Week – 14/2017 – The Historical Gazette of Saxony

Do you have ancestors from the Kingdom Saxony and have difficulties finding information on the town they originated? Then this…

Podcast Episode #2 April 1, 2017

The second episode of the German Genealogy Girl’s Podcast is out! Show notes: This month’s guest is Kim Ashford from…

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