Emigration listsOf admin | 4. August 2009 | Category: Emigrant, Digital Library, Links | Comments Off
Terrible threats of war, Natural disasters and poor economic conditions have always existed and as hoped by the people Emigration to find better living conditions for themselves and their families.
The following essays and lists of emigrants (Lists of vessels) are available for download:
List of emigrants from the former Circle Simmern in the Hunsrück to Brazil
List of emigrants from the former Circle St. Goar (Middle Rhine) to Brazil
List of emigrants from the former Circular cell along the Mosel to Brazil
Old Lutheran emigrants to America and Australia 1835-1854
Eight hundred Emigrants from Saxony-Weimar 1854 of Dr.phil.habil. Herbert Koch
Emigration from Thuringia 1846-1871 (REST index)
Emigration of the German Bundestag 1817-1866 and the Frankfurt kingdom ministries 1848-1849
Emigration from southern Germany. For these emigrants database, the following sub-databases have been merged: Immigrants documentation “Hans Glatzle” in the Central State Archive in Stuttgart, Immigrants file “Wolfgang Mueller”, General Archives of Karlsruhe and the emigrants file of the State Archives of Freiburg. (Emigration periods)
Passenger Lists (and fragments) of Hamburg and Bremen to Australia and USA 1846-1849 Emigrants from the general newspaper, Rudolstadt in Thüringen
Emigrants from the Palatinate in the 18th Century von Dr. Frederick Cancer
Emigration and colony founding in the Palatinate 18. Century by Dr. phil.nat. Daniel Häberle, 1909
Lists of author Karl Werner Klüber:
The Hamburg Emigration Lists from the Rhineland
Emigrants from Anhalt and the Prussian administrative districts Magdeburg and Merseburg 1850-1852
The first German ocean liner made only three crossings 1850
List of the first German immigrants to New Zealand arrived by ship St. Pauli and put on 16. June 1843 an.
Salzburger Protestant emigrants to Georgia:
1734 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/purysburg17340312.html
1734 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/princeofwales17341228.html
1736 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/londonmerchant17360217.html
1738 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/charles17390627.html
1738 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/twobrothers17381007.html
1741 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/loyaljudith17411202.html
1746 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/judith17460122.html
1749 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/charlestowngalley17491002.html
1750 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/charmingmartha17501029.html
1751 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/antelope17511023.html
1752 – http://immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/unspecified17521100b.html
1752 – http://www.immigrantships.net/v5/1700v5/unspecified17521100.html
Bremen Passenger Lists 1920-1939, A joint project with the Bremen Chamber of Commerce, Database
Emigration of Bremen citizens Name list The mouse, Genealogical Society
Hamburg Passenger Lists 1850-1934, Overseas Emigration from Switzerland Online research at Ancestry
EllisIsland Foundation Inc. Passenger Search
The publisher Rudolstädter Guenther Froebel printed between 1846 and 1871 the “General Emigration newspaper”, the strong demand in times appeared occasionally three times a week. This body published alongside advice for emigrants and emigrant experience reports and passenger lists, which are of great importance for genealogical research.
GERMAN ORIGINALITY – Internet portal with many links to databases and facilities, dealing with the topic of German-heritage amarikanisches.
German in Iowa, a publication of Harvard University in Iowa, with many Bibliographies of German citizens in Iowa
German Emigrants Database (German emigrants database) Historical Museum Bremerhaven, Morgenstern-Museum
An der Geeste, D-27570 Bremerhaven, Tel.: 0471/20138, Fax: 0471/5902700, E-Mail (Between 1850 and 1891 are scarce 4 Million German (exactly 3.834.620) emigrated to North America)
Data from the Auschwitz death certificates with death certificates from 68.864 People. Each death certificate consists of a deceased person's full name, Work and religion, Date and place of birth, Names of parents, the time of death, Cause of death, Prisoner number and signature of the camp doctor. The death certificates are mainly from the years 1942 and 1943. There are some documents from the year 1941, not from the year 1944, from January 1945 (Auschwitz was evacuated as).
Research Centre DAUSA
Russia Swiss: As a centerpiece of the Russia Swiss archive have been over the years created two databases with biographical details of Russia Swiss.
The man sled of Bern: In the State Archives in Bern is a “Rodel weggezogener Mann Law 1694-1754″. The entries are arranged alphabetically. In some entries, the goal, Palatine, Alsace, Württemberg, America, yes, even within the specified Eidgenossenschafft.