International German Genealogy Partnership
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Ahnenforscher Stammtisch Unna is an interest group based in Unna, Germany. It is free to join and participate in their monthly meetings. Their motto is to be "The Meeting Point For All Friends of Genealogy, From Beginner to Advanced."
Last Updated: 24 March 2017   [Located in Category: Germany]
The Greater Omaha Genealogical Society's purpose is to unite persons interested in the pursuit and study of genealogy and family history; to encourage the preservation of records and to promote educational programming. The All Things German interest group supports those researching their German ancestry.
Last Updated: 10 March 2017   [Located in Category: United States]
The Anglo-German Family History Society is based in England. It is a self-help group that welcomes all those who are interested in researching the genealogy or family history of people from the German-speaking parts of Europe who have emigrated over the centuries and settled in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland (North and South), and the neighbouring islands.
Last Updated: 1 February 2017   [Located in Category: United Kingdom]
The Deutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft genealogischer Verbände (DAGV) is the umbrella organization of the genealogical and heraldic associations in Germany. The purpose of the DAGV is to support the work and the exchange between the member associations, the interests of the genealogists among experts as well as in the broad public. At present the DAGV has 67 member associations with more than 22,000 single members.
Last Updated: 10 March 2017   [Located in Category: Germany]
Roland zu Dortmund promotes science and research in the field of genealogy and heraldry and related scientific secondary branches, both nationally and internationally. Our aim is to support you in your research on the history of the family, in which we provide information and support for ancestry research and heraldry.
Last Updated: 17 January 2017   [Located in Category: Germany]
It is our hope to assist people on both sides of the Atlantic to discover and appreciate their ancestral past. We are focused upon the current breadth of Germany as it exists today, but we are all considerate of those other areas that at various times may have been part of a recognized "Germany".
Last Updated: 1 February 2017   [Located in Category: Germany]
The German Genealogy Group is a not-for-profit organization, established in 1996, that provides mutual support for those interested in researching their Germanic ancestors. There are more than 23 million records in our databases, which are always free to search. Member benefits include: mentoring and translation assistance, a surname database, meeting handouts and recordings, archives of our newsletter and the German Genealogy Group Guidebook.
Last Updated: 12 November 2021   [Located in Category: United States]
The Hamilton County Genealogical Society (HCGS) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide educational programs to family history researchers and to preserve Hamilton County records. HCGS is an all-volunteer organization and welcomes anyone interested in family history research or helping us achieve our mission.
Last Updated: 17 January 2017   [Located in Category: United States]
In addition to the regular meetings, German Interest Group of the Inland Valley offers classes and seminars. We have one or two social events each year. Our book collection has grown considerably. We offer genealogy help to patrons of the library. We have a computer and many CDs, along with a digital film viewer and scanner system in the library.
Last Updated: 10 July 2019   [Located in Category: United States]
The mission of the society is to inspire interest in genealogy, inform the public and maintain a growing, sustainable library with a strong online presence. RVGS was founded in 1966 and now owns and operates the Jackson County Genealogy Library (JCGL), the largest collection of genealogical materials in Southern Oregon. The mission of the society is to inspire interest in genealogy, inform the public and maintain a growing, sustainable library with a strong online presence.
Last Updated: 10 March 2017   [Located in Category: United States]
St. Louis Genealogical Society is the largest local genealogy society in the United States with about 2000 members worldwide. Our German Special Interest Group (G-SIG) meets four times a year. We promote family history research by providing educational and research opportunities, offering community services, and collecting, preserving and publishing genealogical and historical records. We have completed several large projects making millions of naturalization, cemetery, and marriage records available to researchers on our website and are currently collecting records from St. Louis area congregations. We partner with the History and Genealogy Department at St. Louis County Library Headquarters which offers special finding aids outlining the German resources available there.
Last Updated: 17 August 2017   [Located in Category: Worldwide]
The German SIG of the 1,200-member closed Villages Genealogy Society in Florida is its second largest. As part of the educational mission of the VGS, our group aims to help members overcome the particular challenges of German genealogy by keeping them abreast of the latest developments in genealogical research. In addition to Germany, we cover Austria and Switzerland and erstwhile majority German ethnic areas of Eastern Europe.
Last Updated: 12 June 2017   [Located in Category: Germany]
Mission is to promote the study of German Australian History Whether you are tracing your own family for the love of it, studying at school or university, undertaking academic research, or are just interested in German-Australian heritage and history, we hope to bring the combined knowledge and resources of our field together to assist everyone
Last Updated: 10 March 2017   [Located in Category: Australia]
The German-Bohemian Heritage Society is located in New Ulm, Minnesota. It's objective is to promote, develop and maintain the strong German-Bohemian culture and heritage. They also provide help with individual research, conduct meetings and organize tours and study of the homeland.
Last Updated: 14 January 2017   [Located in Category: Bohemia]
The Germanic Genealogy Society (GGS) is based in St. Paul, Minnesota but the focus is in "Helping Members Research Germanic Ancestors Worldwide." GGS holds regular meetings, publishes a quarterly journal, monthly e-newsletter and continues to expand its large library collection in order to provide educational opportunities to assist in researching German ancestors - wherever they may be found.
Last Updated: 28 January 2017   [Located in Category: Worldwide]
The mission of the Germanic Genealogy Society of St. Louis (GGS) is to enable participants to explore varied interests in Germanic ancestry plus the development of German-American culture, especially in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. GGS fosters education and information about our rich German heritage. The GGS is truly all volunteer and there are no dues to join and participate in activities. GGS holds general meetings known as Gatherings and smaller research get togethers. Collectively all Participants may help as resources for Participants to find and research their ancestral village in Germany and its related heritage. As one of the founders put it, we don’t intend to do someone’s work, but we are “Resources for Research.”
Last Updated: 17 August 2017   [Located in Category: Worldwide]
Germans in St. Louis is based in Missouri. The Germans in St. Louis Research Group’s mission statement is to preserve German family history, genealogical records and culture in St. Louis and Missouri by providing educational and research opportunities, community services, collecting, preserving, and publishing genealogical and historical records.
Last Updated: 15 January 2017   [Located in Category: Worldwide]
The Immigrant Genealogical Society (IGS) was founded in 1982 to help Americans trace their ancestors’ origins, particularly in the German speaking areas of Europe and the places in the world to which they migrated. The society maintains a genealogical research library, publishes a newsletter and two periodical journals, and offers searches of its holdings for users worldwide.
Last Updated: 10 March 2017   [Located in Category: Immigration]
The mission of the Jefferson Genealogical Society is to promote genealogical research through meetings and activities which provide contact with professional genealogists and historians, the opportunity for members to share their experiences, and preservation of genealogical materials and media. It has a German Special Interest Group that focuses on researching families in German speaking areas.
Last Updated: 10 March 2017   [Located in Category: Worldwide]
The Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society (MAGS) is a non-profit genealogical society founded in 1982. The MAGS Mission is to stimulate and facilitate research on Germanic genealogy and heritage in the mid-Atlantic region and to promote genealogical research of Germanic ancestors who settled in that region during the 17th through 20th centuries.
Last Updated: 1 February 2017   [Located in Category: United States]
The Oldenburgische Gesellschaft für Familienkunde main focus is genealogical research in the former areas of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg. About 1800 there were 78 Evangelic-Lutheran parishes between Wanderooge and Dümmer and 29 Catholic parishes in the area of the Oldenburger Münsterland (authorities Cloppenburg and Vechta). The goal is to support researchers with publications like sources, resources and studies of genealogical topics or the published Ortsfamilienbücher. The OGF has a large emigrants database at with more than 105,000 persons and a soldiers of the Oldenburger land database at All members have the possibility to publish their research on the members-family-trees database and research the trees of other members.
Last Updated: 29 January 2017   [Located in Category: Oldenburg]
The Ostfriesen Genealogical Society of America (OGSA) is a non-profit, all-volunteer member-supported organization committed to helping our members find family connections and better understand the lives of their Ostfriesen ancestors.
Last Updated: 17 January 2017   [Located in Category: Ostfriesen]
Palatines to America German Genealogy Society (PalAm) is an national organization (7 Chapters) dedicated to finding German speaking ancestors and their place of origin. Whether your ancestors are from Germany, Austria, Alsace, Switzerland, Luxemborg, Lichtenstein, Poland, Russia, Denmark, Netherlands, East Prussian, Pomerania, Brandenberg, Silesia, Galicia, Bohemia or other German speaking areas, PALAM can help you find that elusive ancestor.
Last Updated: 29 January 2017   [Located in Category: Worldwide]
The Pomeranian Special Interest Group offers Die Pommerschen Leute, a quarterly newsletter highlighting research tips and information for researchers searching for ancestors in the Baltic Duchy of Pomerania.
Last Updated: 17 September 2021   [Located in Category: Pommern]
The Pommern Regional Group's purpose is to stimulate interest in genealogy and history of Pommern/Pomerania. They collect, preserve, publish genealogical and historical information about Pommern. Through their publications and meetings their goal is to provide a forum to share research methods and information to further the research of your Pommern ancestors.
Last Updated: 14 January 2017   [Located in Category: Pommern]
Pommerscher Verein Freistadt was founded in 1978 to preserve our Pomeranian heritage through the study of its history, genealogy, culture and language. Members enjoy a quarterly newsletter, monthly meetings and a large ethnic festival named Pommerntag in June.
Last Updated: 21 May 2017   [Located in Category: Pommern]
The Sacramento German Genealogy Society promotes the search for family histories of members with a German heritage, SGGS provides education resources for those seeking to learn about methods of researching their German ancestry, and at the same time seeks to increase the public’s understanding the culture and history of ancestors who lived in German-speaking areas of Europe. Even though SGGS is based in Sacramento, its almost 900 members live in forty states of the United States, and in three foreign countries.
Last Updated: 29 January 2017   [Located in Category: Worldwide]
San Diego Genealogical Society exists to promote interest in genealogy and family history. The Society provides educational and research opportunities for genealogy and family history researchers. It collects, preserves, and publishes San Diego County, California genealogical and historical records. SDGS publishes a monthly newsletter and a quarterly journal, San Diego Leaves and Saplings. The Society has also published numerous books of San Diego County Historical and genealogical records.
Last Updated: 27 July 2018   [Located in Category: United States]
Our goal is to provide fellowship, education and support in our research about the history and genealogy in regions where the German language and culture was, or is, prevalent. We support and educate persons interested in learning and applying accepted practices for German genealogical research and disseminate information to the membership about events pertinent to their German research, both current and historical.
Last Updated: 17 January 2017   [Located in Category: Worldwide]
SGGEE is devoted to the study of those people with German ancestry (most often of the Lutheran, Baptist, or Moravian Brethren faiths) who lived in present-day Poland and northwestern Ukraine. Special emphasis is placed on those who lived in the pre-WW I province of Volhynia (generally from the city of Kiev on the east to the present-day Polish border on the west) and on the pre-WW I region of central and eastern modern Poland known as Russian Poland or Congress Poland. These regions today are in Poland and Ukraine. Peripheral studies include the Kiev and Podolia provinces in Ukraine, and the regions of West and East Prussia, Posen, Silesia, and Pomerania as well as Galicia which was under Austrian rule. It is the goal of SGGEE to create, in one place, databases of every known genealogical record of our ancestors while they lived in these lands.
Last Updated: 25 January 2017   [Located in Category: Eastern Europe]
A member of the DAGV. An association whose members are professional genealogists working in those geographical regions in which German is or has been spoken. Each of our members is specialized in genealogical research within a particular region and/or in a specific, in part, spatially independent theme. For those seeking professional assistance but do not know who they should approach, we provide a facilitating service, whereby a query is sent on to one or more specialists who may be suitable for the particular region or theme in question. This ensures that you will be placed into contact with a genealogist who is guaranteed to have a suitable standard of reliability and scientific competence.
Last Updated: 17 January 2017   [Located in Category: Professional Genealogists]
With over 3600 members (as of January 2016), the CompGen-Verein is today the largest genealogical association in Germany. According to the statutes, the purpose of the association is to promote science and research in genealogical and family-related aspects, including scientific neighbors such as heraldry, sphinxic studies and name research. It runs a valuable website with many links and databases.
Last Updated: 28 January 2017   [Located in Category: Germany]