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James M. Beidler is a freelance genealogy lecturer, award-winning writer, and researcher specializing in Pennsylvania ancestry, newspapers, and land records. This informative publication shows researchers how to explore their Germanic heritage from the comfort of their computer. This book highlights important German genealogy resources on popular websites, including Ancestry.com and...
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Is non-political. It looks at "German" not in terms of present political boundaries, but in terms of ethnic traditions of culture and language. Indiana's German heritage thus includes contributions from: Austria, the Federal Republic of Germany, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, German-speaking Switzerland, Alsace-Lorraine, Southern-Tyrol and other German-speaking countries and regions of Europe. We...
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This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.Accept Read More. Every German region had and sometimes still has their traditional costumes. Many people are working with saving these costumes and…. Today’s word is Standesamt...
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New Braunfels is a small city with big attractions that bring in visitors from all around the country. Come & experience this unique places in Texas! Looking for a little water activity? Jump on in, because the water is fine. Some of the top New Braunfels, Texas points of interest are out on the...
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Our 2016 - 2017 season was, once again filled with classes that offered a little something for everyone. Patti Kirk presented two classes in October, "The Amish" and "German and Irish Websites". November classes were on maximizing your efforts on the LDS church website (familysearch.org) and and...
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German Genealogy Society Palatines to America National chapter located in Columbus, Ohio. State chapters available. Jurg was a Deacon of the church and is buried under the back corner. The Schweinhardt family has been traced to their ancestral roots in Kunsbach, Baden-Wuertemberg in 1620. For more information, contact Tom Swinehart. Select webmaster in recipient list. Please note if you have a...
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