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Working Group genealogy Osnabrück e. In. (Club News)

Tip for genealogists! The “Working Group genealogy Osnabrück” was established in February 1993 founded. He emerged from a course at the community college Osnabrück. The entry in the register in July 1996. The working group, which is recognized as a charitable, the following objectives: The association wants the investigation of persons, Families, Gender and social strata in the […]


Working Group on Family Research of the Emsland countryside

A tip for genealogists! The Working Group is the publisher of the quarterly magazine "Emsländische Bentheim and genealogy" (EBF). It makes for genealogists in the region, the "organ" for the exchange of views- and exchange of information and contains many important contributions on research projects and methods. To publish more extensive source editions, the series is "Contributions to the Emsland and Bentheim genealogy"; the […]


digitization of "Bergmann Exulantensammlung

When "Bergmann Exulantensammlung" is an intermediate stage between archival source , finding aids and manuscript . The collection consists of 60 handwritten folio volumes , the Dresdner headmaster Alwin Bergmann (1862-1938) in fast vierzigjähriger Kleinarbeit mit allen ihm zugänglichen Informationen über Exulanten füllte.Like this:Like Loading


Historical Register of Architects: Database construction- architecture and history of the 19. and 20. Century

The entries begin with before- first and last name, period and designate sites of action, and academic degrees, Ranks, Honorary Title, Memberships etc. Partly also Baumeister, Engineers and contractors named. Link to Website:Like this:Like Loading

Links Military History

Letters from: The Post and Telecommunications Museum Foundation has the world's largest undeveloped collection of German war letters. War letters were already among the first pieces of the collection 1872 founded by Postmaster General Heinrich Stephan Reich Postal Museum, Post the first museum in the world. this:Like Loading


Genealogical research made easy: What Denmark and Norway to offer in its archives

The primary role of the State Archives is, to collect historical sources, retain and make available to the public. Some archives provide an exemplary manner in an online genealogy. Danish State Archives: (State Archives home) In Denmark, the church records and other records of the National Church transferred to the provincial archives. Sie müssen daher nicht Ihre Fragen an den örtlichen Pastor […]

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Naumburger Bürgerbuch Register A

Database Project: The Naumburg Bürgerbuch (1342 – 1853)

In addition to the church records are public books are an important source for genealogical research. The books were mostly citizens created before the beginning of the church records and recorded the images of a city civil. There were persons included in this book, welche das Bürgerrecht erworben hatten.Like this:Like Loading

Holocaust Gedenktag

66 Years after the liberation of Auschwitz on 27.1.1945 – and raised by President Roman Herzog Memorial Day – I would like to introduce you to some helpful websites for genealogists: JewishGen offers to its databases, the ability to research, To find family members with Jewish ancestry. is also a website with “Holocaust Genealogy Resources” JewishGen Holocaust […]

Links to Genealogy

These recommended links are already combined collections of important addresses for Genealogy, a single list to replace. I would like to fill this page and on pages of recommended list of fellow researchers and Genealogical Publishing. Like this:Like Loading


Emigration lists

Terrible threats of war, Natural disasters and poor economic conditions have always existed and as people hoped through emigration to find a better life for themselves and their families. The following essays and lists of emigrants (Lists of vessels) are available for download:  Like this:Like Loading