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  • ...to find in census schedules and almost impossible to find in indexes. The German name Pfeiffer could easily be heard and committed to paper as Fifer, for ex
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  • ...For example, designations of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales and the German states of Prussia, Baden, Bavaria, Württemberg, and Hesse-Darmstadt were p
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  • ...over 100 years earlier. In earlier times many clerks were careful to copy German signatures into the deed books. This practice is of particular value, as in
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  • ...Berks, Lancaster, and York, it is common to find original wills written in German, with English translations.
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  • ...n twenty-eight volumes (1963–66), when it merged with the ''Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings'', which since 1891 had produced sixty-three volumes. M ...an Settlers in Pennsylvania and Adjacent Territory: From Advertisements in German Newspapers Published in Philadelphia and Germantown, 1743–1800''. Baltimo
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  • ...nted from ''Pennsylvania Folklife''. The many fine publications concerning German immigrants by Annette Kunselman Burgert should not be overlooked.
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  • * Emil Meynen, ''Bibliography on German Settlements in Colonial North America, Especially on the Pennsylvania Germa
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  • ...f New York sometimes appears as Kool due to Dutch influence or Kohl due to German influence, yet many families with this name stem from the New England Coles ...ly names may have been translated from other forms. Jacob is the Latin and German form of James. The Slavic Vojtech becomes Adelbert or Albert in English. Po
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  • ...nineteenth century passenger lists by ethnic group. Groups include Irish, German, Italians and Russians. Each volume has its own complete every-name index. ...andwriting of the parishes. Non-English records were soon added, including German, Scandinavian, and Mexican records.
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  • ...selves in South Carolina during the eighteenth century with the arrival of German and Swiss settlers. Early Evangelical Lutheran records are excellent geneal
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  • *Workmen’s Benefit Fund, Brooklyn (German)
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  • Pennsylvania German Society. Record of Indentures of Individuals Bound Out as Apprentices, etc.
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  • ...rch by an immigrant group, it is possible to find church records in Dutch, German, Polish, Spanish, and so on. Many old Catholic parish registers were writte ...cial record keepers in Scotland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and certain German states where Calvinism became the established faith.
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  • #Buried at Coldwater March 12, 1798 Catharine, born Nov. 14, 1734 in the German part of Lorraine. Her father was George Schuffet. She married Michael Klein ...he names of those confirmed and the date of the event, some may go beyond. German-American Lutheran and Reformed confirmation registers often include the dat
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  • ...is ''Pennsylvania German Church Records 1729–1870''.<ref>''Pennsylvania German Church Records 1729–1870'', CD-ROM #7130 (Genealogical Publishing Co., n.
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  • German-American Pietist-Anabaptist background ...United States, Canada, and the West Indies with Some Mention of Dutch and German Sources.” A paper delivered at the World Conference on Records and Geneal
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  • ...orth and the South. Over the objections of Governor Samuel Houston and the German settlers, Texas seceded from the Union and joined the Confederacy, supplyin
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  • *''Newsletter''. German Texas Heritage Society, 1979-present.
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  • *Biesele, Rudolph L. ''The History of the German Settlements in Texas, 1831–1931''. Austin, Tex.: Von Boeckman-Jones Co., *Geue, Chester, and Ethel H. Geue. ''A New Land Beckoned, German Immigration to Texas, 1844–1847''. Waco, Tex.: Texian Press, 1972. These
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  • Pennsylvania German Church Records 1729–1870''. CD-ROM #7130. Baltimore: Genealogical Publish
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  • ...the twentieth century the center of the immigration was Endicott, and many German immigrants from Russia were farming in the St. John and Colfax area. ...hard Dean Scheurmans’ ''The Historical Development of Whitman County’s German-Russians'' (Seattle: University of Washington, 1971), and ''The Volga Germa
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  • ...1790 census lists more than 55,000 residents, of whom about 15,000 were of German descent. English immigrants and their descendants settled in Greenbrier, Ne
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  • ...and American migration brought other religious affiliations, but the heavy German, Irish, and Polish settlement in the state provided for continued numbers i
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  • ...s advantages. In 1854 a branch office was established in Quebec, although German immigration through that port was small. However, it was the letters sent f ...Wisconsin-Madison. The institute holds conferences and publishes books on German Americans and maintains a library of material on the subject.
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  • ...a (near Hanna) to work the coal mines, but most did not stay long. A small German-Russian colony from Chicago arrived in the Big Horn Basin in 1896.
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  • ...ontributed to the settlement and development of the state, namely British, German, Italian, Basque, Eastern European miners, and Greeks. It is a welcome cont
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  • ...earch collected by individual teams on Basque, British, Eastern Europeans, German-speaking Europeans, Greeks, and Italians. It has been subsequently publishe
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  • ...rty-one percent of the foreign-born residents of Wyoming Territory were of German origin. The cattle industry and the railroad provided incentive for many Ge In the years 1915 to 1916, a large number of Russian-German people moved into Worland and Lovell, reflecting the beginnings of the suga
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  • ...adelphia city directories showed that this man was the pastor of the Salem German Reformed Church on St. John Street.<ref>''McElroy’s Philadelphia City Dir
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  • |German emigration =German Emigration (1838–80)=
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  • Menk, Lars. ''A Dictionary of German Jewish Surnames''. Bergenfield, N.J.: Avotaynu, 2004. Provides information ...New York, NY 10011. Library and archive of surviving records of Jews from German-speaking lands. http://www.lbi.org
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  • ...ign-born and the state had three official languages: English, Spanish, and German. In the 1890s more Germans arrived, an ethnic group that continues to domin
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  • ...wed by heavy colonization directed by Penn, with an emphasis on Quaker and German immigrants. Early in the eighteenth century, the Scotch-Irish began to arri ...–86, 167–75, 219–27'''. This comprehensive account of a Pennsylvania German family relies heavily on church records from several congregations and on p
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  • == German Genealogical Society of America ==
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  • ==Loyalists and German Auxiliary Troops== ...Waldeck, and Anhalt-Zerbst. Perhaps as many as 7,000 of the nearly 32,000 German auxiliary troops remained in North America.
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  • ==[[John F. German Public Library, Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative]]==
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  • German Auxiliary Troops in the Revolutionary War ---. ''The Settlement of Former German Auxiliary Troops in Canada After the American Revolution.'' Supplement. Spa
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  • ...ith far-ranging potential for researchers is that amassed by Curt Teich, a German immigrant. Teich spent the 1890s photographing cities in the United States. ...nd even handwritten notes. Such a note enclosed in one Bible contained, in German script, the full name and birth date of each child born to the finder’s g
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  • ...e been destroyed in the next. The experiences of the African American, the German Jew, the Irish Catholic, and the white Anglo-Saxon Protestant frequently di
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  • ...ltimore city cemetery include transfers from the old cemetery owned by the German Evangelical Lutheran Church. As the newsletter suggests, cemetery publicati
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  • ...es that Holy Family was a Chinese mission while Saint Anthony of Padua was German. In most cases, the founding dates are noted. Some of the WPA surveys can b
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  • ...were in Illinois prior to 1830, and the Lutherans grew in numbers with the German and Scandinavian emigration of the 1840s.
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  • ...This translation comes from Hocker’s ''Genealogical Data Relating to the German Settlement''.
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  • Many German immigrants came to Illinois as affluent farmers, professionals, and artisan
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  • Arndt, Karl J. R., and Mary E. Olson. ''The German Language Press of the Americas.'' 3rd rev. ed. 3 vols. Munich: K. G. Saur, Manning, Barbara. ''Genealogical Abstracts From Newspapers of the German Reformed Church.'' Bowie, Md.: Heritage Books. 1830-1839 (1992); 1840-1843
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  • ...s in Vincennes and Fort Wayne were reorganized in the 1830s, and Irish and German immigrants added to the religion’s numbers in the mid-1800s. ...lley from North Carolina. German settlement areas were often Lutheran, but German-Americans established the United Brethren Churches in Indiana. The Christia
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  • ...chools, churches, and social clubs of that nationality helped maintain the German culture in the state.
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  • ...lost or destroyed. New England churches, Quaker Monthly Meetings, and the German churches kept and have preserved the most complete records.
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  • *Christensen, Thomas P. “A German Forty-eighter in Iowa,” ''Annals of Iowa'' 26 (April 1945): 245-53.
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  • ...e smaller gravestones have relationships or initials only, it may indicate German origins.
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  • McDonald, Frank E. "Pennsylvania German Tombstone Art of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania." ''Pennsylvania Folklife'' 2
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  • ...sites exist for many other ethnic backgrounds, including African American, German, Lithuanian, Italian, British, Irish, French, Eastern European.
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  • ...roots beyond those countries are not Spanish but Native American, French, German, Eastern European, Italian, African, and Portuguese. Just as the United Sta
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  • ...lies: Neighbors in Germany and America,” ''Quarterly of the Pennsylvania German Society'' 10 (April 1976).</ref> ...ain clues to more specific geographical origins. For example, a Protestant German ancestor was more likely to have come from northern Germany than from a sou
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  • 1683: The first German settlers (Mennonites) arrived in Pennsylvania. 1709: In the wake of devastation caused by wars of Louis XIV, German Palatines settled in the Hudson Valley and Pennsylvania.
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  • ...d names of parents, spouse, and children. The reader must be proficient in German, however, because this Chicago source is printed in that language. ...nsus, responses such as Hannover, Baden, or Cassel invariably refer to the German state, not the city of the same name.
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  • ...or most major countries that emigrants left. For example, an etymology for German surnames is Hans Bahlow’s ''Deutsches Namenlexikon''.<ref>Hans Bahlow, '' ...for about 10,000 emigrants. Similar published sources exist for many other German states or regions.
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  • ...German-Speaking Lands to North America. ''Breinigsville, Pa.: Pennsylvania German Society, 1983-. Ferguson, Laraine K. "Hamburg, Germany, Gateway to Ancestral Home." ''German Genealogical Digest ''2, no. 1 (first quarter 1986): 10-14.
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  • ...n Hays, KS 67601, holds numerous ethnic and religious group records. Volga German records here are outstanding.
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  • ...olutionary War veterans staking claims to bounty-land grants. Scots-Irish, German, and English individuals and families from Virginia, Maryland, North Caroli
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  • '''12 November 1724—'''Census of inhabitants of German villages located ten leagues above New Orleans along the river, under comma ...inhabitants along the Mississippi River from New Orleans to Ouacha, or the German villages.
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  • *Robichaux, Jr., Albert J. ''German Coast Families: European Origins and Settlement in Colonial Louisiana''. Ra
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  • ...e territory of Orleans into twelve counties: Acadia, Attakapas, Concordia, German Coast, Iberville, Lafourche, Natchitoches, Opelousas, Orleans, Ouachita, Po
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  • From 1776, when Congress promised land to German auxiliaries (sometimes incorrectly known as “Hessians”), and for a quar
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  • ...individual books, such as those for St. Paul’s in Baltimore and for many German churches in the western counties. ...80; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1985). Records of the German churches and the Society of Friends are very good. The latter were early se
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  • ...of over 2,500 published English and Welsh parish registers and British and German heraldry. While its Maryland collection is not strong, the library has a wi
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  • ...of over 2,500 published English and Welsh parish registers and British and German heraldry. While its Maryland collection is not strong, the library has a wi
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  • ...print, Port Washington, N.Y.: Kennikat Press, 1972) and ''The Pennsylvania-German in the Settlement of Maryland'', by Daniel Wunderlich Nead (1914; reprint,
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  • |German coast |German coast
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  • There were, in addition to Yankees, several communities of settlers with German or Irish ancestry, many Quakers, and a few Southerners. The number of forei
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  • ...cord book of an early Detroit German-American bank; the book indicates the German birthplaces of depositors. The papers of the Children’s Aid Society for 1
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  • ...tory.<br>Serves Blue Earth County and surrounding communities.&nbsp; Welsh/German/Norweigans communties.<br>
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  • ...8 in what is now the area of St. Charles County. That same year a group of German-Swiss from North Carolina settled near the Whitewater Creek bottoms in pres
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  • ...8 in what is now the area of St. Charles County. That same year a group of German-Swiss from North Carolina settled near the Whitewater Creek bottoms in pres
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  • A large number of German and Scandinavian immigrants brought their Lutheran faith to Nebraska. There
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  • ...and Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982), has information on non-German families as well as northwestern New Jersey, but it must be used with great
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  • ...; Henry Z. Jones, Jr., ''The Palatine Families of New York: A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710'', 2 vols. (Universal C
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  • ...existed and where. An excellent modern guide is Richard Haberstroh, ''The German Churches of Metropolitan New York: A Research Guide'' (New York: The New Yo ...its editor, Royden Woodward Vosburgh. Its 101 volumes cover mostly Dutch, German-Lutheran, and Presbyterian records, but not all are indexed. Besides the Ne
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  • ...: Scholarly Resources, 1988– ); Gary J. Zimmerman and Marion Wolfert, ''German Immigrants…from Bremen to New York'', 1847–1871, 4 vols. (Baltimore: Ge
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  • ...a period of great expansion and growth. A steady stream of Scots-Irish and German immigrants traveled over the Great Wagon Road from Pennsylvania through the
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  • ...nity groups: a group from Lansing, Michigan, settled in McIntosh County; a German-Russian group of fifty families settled Morton County; another of seventy-f
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  • ...0, twenty-one percent of the residents were Norwegian, twenty percent were German (with about half of these from Russia), twelve percent were English and Cel ...ies, immigration records, and family and county histories for those with a German heritage through Russia. Both North Dakota and national records are include
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  • ...aries have [http://search.ancestry.com/oldsearch/obit obituary] files. The German Immigrant Society of Cincinnati has a clipping collection of 1,700 obituari
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  • *Smith, Clifford Neal. ''Early Nineteenth Century German Settlers in Ohio, Kentucky and Other States''. McNeal, Ariz.: Westland Publ
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  • ...Historical Society of Germans from Russia. Harvester (Oklahoma) Chapter. ''German-Russian Heritage: Steppes to America''. N.p.: American Historical Society G
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  • |German Reformed |''Genealogical Abstracts from Newspapers of the German Reformed Church 1830-1839'' by Barbara Manning. (Heritage Books, 1992); & s
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  • ...es for Brigham Young University and Salt Lake Community College and is the German course creator and director at the [[National Institute of Genealogical Stu
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  • * Flörchingen / Floerchingen (in German)
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  • ...amilies of German descent. It has also been known to exist in or around a German settlement that was near Oberdorf, Russia.
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  • "Finster" is a name of German origin. It's meaning can be approximately translated "dark" or "gloomy" [h
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  • ...lifford Neal Smith and Anna P. Smith, ''American Genealogical Resources in German Archives'' (New York: R. R. Bowker, 1977).</ref>
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  • |Relocation of German and Italian aliens, U.S. citizens of German and Italian heritage in military zones. Alphabetically arranged by surname
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  • ...orm so the information to be keyed is easily seen.Since the records are in German and handwritten the project difficulty rating is set at an Average difficul [http://boards.ancestry.com/wap.intrecgerman/mb.ashx International Records - German Message Board]
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  • <br>No, all of the fields will be entered in German - as they appear on the record. The Gender and <br> Birth Month fields are the main fields you will notice in German.
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  • ...ttp://boards.ancestry.com/wap.intrecgerman/mb.ashx International Records - German (Forum)] <br><br> '''Projekt-spezifische Beispielbilder und Hilfe zu den Ei
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  • This project consists of records containing a name index of Jews whose German nationality was annulled by the Nazi Regime. These index cards list names, [http://www.feefhs.org/guides/German_Gothic.pdf Guide for reading German Gothic Type and handwriting]
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  • [http://boards.ancestry.com/wap.intrecgerman/mb.ashx International Records - German Message Board]
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  • '''German:''' German book in google books.
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  • Characters with diacritical marks, such as the German umlaut a (ä) or the Spanish tilde n (ñ), are to be keyed with the correct
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  • German: possibly from a Germanic personal name with the initital element Gid-, cog German: variant of Kettinger, from Middle High German kote ‘cottage’, hence a topographic name or an indirect occupational na
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  • ...ly. However, some important colonial records have been translated from the German (in Pennsylvania) and Dutch (in New York). The series New York Historical M
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  • ...how English ‘peerages’ were employed in tracing the genealogy of the [German] Springer family (1941, 99).
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  • |German
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  • ...itions are short and there are no etymologies or pronunciation guides. The German alphabet with script variations is included to help the reader. ...is divided into two parts: one German to English and the other English to German.
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  • ...he definitions of more than 2,500 words, including legal, medical, French, German, Spanish, and Latin terms. The definitions are informative and easily under ...e Polish Genealogical Society, of common terms found as causes of death in German, Latin, Polish, and Russian.
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  • ...rge-F-Jones/dp/0806317647/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1287689897&sr=1-1 German-American Names]'', by George F. Jones. Search a library’s card or online
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  • Supplemental: German military ranks. See something not on the list? Feel free to add it.
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  • ...MILITARY PRISON; Punishment prison for POW’s serving sentences issued by German Court Martials * 34 SCHULITZ; Building site for homes for German Colonists
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  • In 1943, German and Italian prisoners of [[World War II]] were brought to Kansas and other
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  • ...oncerning compensation made to some victims of spoliation by Vichy and the German occupying forces. Victim groups included in this collection: Jews, secret s The majority of these records are in French, but some are in German.
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  • Under the German occupation, the Radom district included most of the prewar Kielce region an ...cords were created during the German occupation, all of the records are in German.
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  • This collection includes records generated by German occupational authorities and Czech auxiliary agencies concerning "internal Records are in Czech, German, and English.
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  • The majority of these records are in French, but some are in German. ...in Roman numerals on the document.&nbsp;For a list of months in French and German, see below.&nbsp;
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  • This collection contains records generated by German occupational authorities and by Czech auxiliary agencies concerning "intern Most of the records are in Czech, but some are in German and even Latin.
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  • ...ion contains registration cards of Jewish prisoners of war held in various German&nbsp;POW camps (or&nbsp;"Stalags") in the area of Lublin, Poland from 1939 ...] <br>[[World Archives Project: German Military Ranks|Supplemental list of German Military ranks created by keyers ]]<br>[[World Archives project: Arbeitskom
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  • Froehlich is a German surname.
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  • ...he Holocaust, not because he was a Jew, (he wasn’t) but because he was a German who was more than vocal about the injustices he saw Hitler doing. I dedicat
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  • ...something new. At times, we may ask you to key Polish Holocaust records or German census records, knowing full well you don't speak the language. That may se
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  • ...lowly working and starving these men to death anyway. It was, as we say in German wahnsinn, incredible!<br><br>Thank you to Ancestry.com and the United State
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  • Months in German: Months in German:
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  • This collection contains records on persecution and emigration during the German occupation; name lists; registration cards; correspondence; information abo This collection contains records on persecution and emigration during the German occupation; name lists; registration cards; correspondence; information abo
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  • ...et and antisemitic propaganda; and records related to the interrogation of German POWs by Soviet intelligence, pro-Soviet partisan activity, and the treatmen German months:
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  • ...I need to find family members,dates, and history. I know he was in WW I on German side, and was awarded the Iron Cross Medal. Help please!!!! Ginger Rose
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  • http://script.byu.edu/german/en/welcome.aspx '''Please use the German Special Characters:
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  • ...st of the Jews of the Lodz Ghetto in Poland. The records are primarily in German, often containing Polish translations. Occasionaly you may see Hebrew tran ...Polish. If an image appears in German and Polish, key the record from the German information.
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  • ...s. Leopold escaped from a prisoner-of-war transport and soon after met the German industrialist Oskar Schindler. <br> ...ish forced laborers. Among these businesses was a firm owned by Schindler, German Enamel Products (Deutsche Emalwarenfabrik). Originally located in Podgorze,
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  • ...ouse people. There were several factories for making clothes and shoes for German companies. There were also several hospitals. I was always hungry, and it b
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  • ...xes, resettlement cards, and residence requests. The records are mostly in German. The German army occupied Krakow in the first week of September 1939. In May 1940 the G
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  • ...down menu provided to assist you. Prefixes may appear in either English or German. ...down menu provided to assist you. Prefixes may appear in either English or German.
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  • ...menu then key the prefix as seen. Prefixes may appear in either English or German. ...menu then key the prefix as seen. Prefixes may appear in either English or German.
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  • ...d, to register their property, and to report for forced labor. Eventually, German authorities ordered them to relocate into a ghetto. ...the ghetto to bombing the Cyganeria café, an operation that killed seven German officers.
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  • ...s such as Germany, Scandinavia, and Austria. The name derives from ancient German "fust" meaning fist. The suffix "er" translates the name to literally, "Fis
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  • {{AwapDoneTableRow|project=Index of Jews Whose German Nationality was Annulled by Nazi Regime|country=Germany|lang=Deutsch|diff=E
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  • ....htm '''Click here to see a list of professions'''] '''- they are given in German with the English translation. This will he helpful in determining the entr Months in German:
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  • ...will be in the "Geboren" column and is in day-month-year format. Months in German:
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  • ...xes, resettlement cards, and residence requests. The records are mostly in German. As soon as the German military overrun Poland, a German Gouverment was established. All Jewish householder had to fill in a Fragebo
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  • ...m with other languages, such as from English to Polish, Polish to English, German to English, etc...
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  • As soon as the German military overrun Poland, a German Government was established. All Jewish householders had to fill in a Frageb ...xes, resettlement cards, and residence requests. The records are mostly in German.
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  • ...ed out in 1740, a woman by the name of Maria Theresa become Empress to the German throne. The Habsburgs became Kings of Hungary and the basis for the very po ...lian campaign. Wilhelm Scherer (1841-1886), was an influential scholar and German Literature historian. Edmond Scherer (1815-1889) was a theologian, journal
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  • The Habsburg line has included Austrian, Hungarian, Spanish, German, Mexican, and French royalty and nobility, and continues to this day as a p
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  • Only names of victims should be keyed. Names of German perpetrators should not be keyed. They will typically have an "SS-" or simi ...ionary provided to assist you. For months written in a language other than German, key as seen.The document date will typically appear at the top or bottom o
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  • As soon as the German military overrun Poland, a German Government was established. All Jewish householders had to fill in a Frageb The German army occupied Krakow in the first week of September 1939. In May 1940 the G
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  • Drontheim is the German exonym for the Norwegian city of Trondheim. Its usage in English is rare, t
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  • ...eft side and Polish is on the right side. Key from the German side. If the German side is not legible, the Polish side may be keyed. Months in German
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  • ...t name and surname. Most records contain no first name. The records are in German and are mostly legible.
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  • ...nd surname. Names are usually given only with initials. The records are in German and are mostly legible. Each picture contains an average of only 20 records
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  • ...and so the information will be readily apparent. Since the records are in German and were written by hand, the difficulty of this project is classified as "
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  • ...and so the information will be readily apparent. Since the records are in German and were written by hand, the difficulty of this project is classified as "
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  • ...e are only two fields to enter: first name and surname. The records are in German and are readable for the most part.
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  • ...e are only two fields to enter: first name and surname. The records are in German and are readable for the most part.
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  • • [http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2027 Index of Jews Whose German Nationality was Annulled by Nazi Regime]<br><br> • [http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=61037 U.S., German Immigrants, 1712-1933]<br><br>
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  • German special character shortcuts The records are in German and mostly cover a time period before Germany unified in 1871.
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  • ...y 500,000 Jews living in Germany in 1933 (less than 1 percent of the total German population) were among the first victims of Nazi persecution. Susan (Hilsen
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  • The German army occupied Krakow in the first week of September 1939. In May 1940 the G In early March 1941, German officials ordered the establishment of a ghetto located in the south of Kra
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  • The German army occupied Kraków in the first week of September 1939. In May 1940 the In early March 1941, German officials ordered the establishment of a ghetto located in the south of Kra
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  • ...rrested civilians, lists of arrested Czechs, etc. Records are in Czech and German. ...rimary name may be identified by using the following keywords in Czech or German.Czech key words and abbreviationsJméno / Jména - Given Name(s) Příjmen
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  • ...rrested civilians, lists of arrested Czechs, etc. Records are in Czech and German. ...from the Prague archives concerning persecution and emigration during the German occupation including records of Jews, execution lists, arrest lists, prison
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  • ...ecords from the Romanian archives on persecution and emigration during the German occupation including name lists, registration cards, correspondence, etc. T
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  • Months in German:<br> Months in German:<br>
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  • The following words in Czech or German may help in identifying names: !German
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  • The German army occupied Kraków in the first week of September 1939. In May 1940 the In early March 1941, German officials ordered the establishment of a ghetto located in the south of Kra
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  • The following words in English, Czech and German may help in identifying names: The following words in English, Czech and German may help in identifying names:
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  • This collection contains records of German Emigrants to the United States and other locations from 1712-1950.
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  • Freitas was a German surname and change to a Portuguese surname
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  • This collection contains records on persecution and emigration during the German occupation. ...istration cards from the Lodz Ghetto, which was established soon after the German invasion of Poland. Despite the need for housing space in the ghetto, room
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  • ''Months in German''<br> ''Months in German''<br>
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