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Welcome to the website of the Association of German Nobility Associations. From the aristocratic associations newly founded after the Second World War, the Association of German Aristocratic Associations was formed in 1956, which was also joined by 4 confessional, long-standing aristocratic associations and 4 knighthoods. 4 regional associations from the east were also formed, which also joined the umbrella association.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Societies, Organizations]
The Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library is the second largest family research center in the United States. Visitors from across the country and around the world rely on the Genealogy Center for its international collection of physical resources; free access to numerous databases; and knowledgeable staff.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Libraries, Reference Material]
When it comes to family history and consumer genomics, Ancestry® leads in resources and innovation. For more than 30 years, we’ve been using cutting-edge technologies to enable discoveries that enrich lives. Through ongoing innovation in DNA science, digitizing historical records and automating research, we help customers create a more complete family portrait that continually yields new discoveries as science and technology advances.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Databases, Records, Search]
At the present time, more than 120,000 church records from 25 archives are available for inspection on Archion. The company adds more archive material from the partner archives every day. All new additions are updated daily on the homepage. When placing the digitized archive material online, Archion adheres to the specifications of the respective partner archive.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Databases, Records, Search]
During the German period (1870-1918), the Departmental Archives of the annexed territories (Bas-Rhin, Haut-Rhin and Moselle) experienced a specific operation and development compared to the French departments. The application of German archival directives, instead of French directives, influences the content but also the classification framework of documents. The Departmental Archives of Bas-Rhin, like those of Haut-Rhin and Moselle, are therefore not affected by various measures prescribed in France, such as the classification of papers from the revolutionary period (circular of 1874) or legal deposit. newspapers (circular of 1887). On the other hand, these services benefit from measures taken by the German authorities and which France adopted only later, such as the payment of the old minutes of notaries, decided in 1873, the transfer of judicial records, decided in 1887, the nationalization of the archivist function, established in 1889, or the principle of continuous listing.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Libraries, Reference Material]
The Marburg Archive School is the central training and further education facility for archives in the Federal Republic of Germany. For more than 50 years archivists of the higher as well as the upper archival service have been trained here. Since the early 1990s, we have also been offering advanced training courses and regularly holding colloquia and smaller specialist conferences. The archive school Marburg is a state enterprise of the state of Hesse according to § 26 of the Hessian financial regulation. Apart from basic funding by the State of Hesse, the Marburg Archive School charges fees that cover costs for the services in the training of archivists. The courses in the advanced training program are offered at overall cost-covering prices. This also applies to all current and future training courses that have to be offered at a cost-covering level in accordance with Section 16, Paragraph 3 of the Hessian Higher Education Act.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Databases, Records, Search]
Archivportal-D is part of the German Digital Library and offers you a comprehensive search for archives and archive material in Germany. You will find a comprehensive directory of the German archive institutions of various sponsorships, Indexing information on the archives of our data partner archives, Digital copies of archives from individual data partner archives, and We provide a platform through which all archives in Germany can make their contact details, indexing information and digital copies accessible.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Libraries, Reference Material]
Our goal is to preserve precious records found in cemeteries throughout the world. We use modern technology to capture images of headstones with their GPS locations so users worldwide can access those records anywhere. BillionGraves strives to do just that: preserve at least one billion graves. And we won't stop there!
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Databases, Records, Search]
Castlegarden.org is a free database developed and funded by The Battery Conservancy. It contains and makes available eleven million records of immigrants who arrived at the Port of New York from 1820 - 1892. Today more than 100 million Americans can trace their ancestry to this early period of immigration.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Databases, Records, Search]
Find out about your ancestors and the places in which they lived in our wide range of offers. Inform yourself in our print magazines COMPUTER GENEALOGY and FAMILY RESEARCH, in our blog , the Digital Library (DigiBib) or the online encyclopedia GenWiki. You can also get a vivid impression of our diverse activities on our YouTube channels . Communicate with other researchers via our central communication platform discourse , our forum , social media or when attending lectures or other events.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Databases, Records, Search]
The International Confederation of Genealogy and Heraldry was founded in Brussels (Belgium) on November 13, 1971 with a view to creating and maintaining lasting ties of collaboration between associations and federations whose purpose is the study of genealogy and of heraldry, to defend the interests of the genealogical and heraldic world with the national organizations and to support the associations and national federations in their relations with the official organizations of their respective countries. Its purpose is to promote the organization of international congresses of genealogical and heraldic sciences and the realization of the motions which are voted there.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Societies, Organizations]
Cyndi's List has been a trusted genealogy research site for more than 25 years. Cyndi's List is free for everyone to use and it is meant to be your starting point when researching online.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Personal Sites, Blogs]
Germany's Telephone Book
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Libraries, Reference Material]
In our office we have extensive research resources such as copies of all Bremen church registers up to 1811, copies of several church sub-books from the region, the civil status registers for the city of Bremen and the Bremen rural communities from 1811 to 1875, in which all births, marriages and deaths are recorded. In addition, various family history sources, also from other regions, an extensive genealogical library and research work on individual families are available. Registry office documents that are no longer subject to data protection can be viewed electronically with us - only by members.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Societies, Organizations]
IGGP will try out many ways to bring people together, to walk new ways to be successful in German genealogy worldwide. What will be important for our success is quality in what we do, what we find, what we document and proof and how we publish. That all needs a co-operative working and sharing by understanding that here very different mentalities come together.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Personal Sites, Blogs]
Many old professions do not exist in the present day. These are also not in modern day dictionaries. We published a list with the most common old professions. You may ask us for others, if you do not find the profession you are looking for.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Language, Script, Terms]
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provides FamilySearch free of charge to everyone, regardless of tradition, culture, or religious affiliation. FamilySearch resources help millions of people around the world discover their heritage and connect with family members.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Databases, Records, Search]
From the FamilySearch Wiki - this link contains many guides and useful information to assist researching in learning to read and write in the old German script.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Language, Script, Terms]
This class is designed to give family history researchers who read little or no German a basic working knowledge of old German script. Language: English
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Language, Script, Terms]
FEEFHS was organized in 1992 as The Federation of East European Family History Societies, an international organization to promote genealogical research in Eastern and Central Europe without any ethnic, religious, or social distinctions.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Societies, Organizations]
A portion of the Foundation for Eastern European Family History Studies website. This section has many historic maps from Eastern Europe that are very useful when researching in those areas.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Maps, Gazetteers]
Find a Grave is the best place on the internet to look for burial and other final disposition information for your family, friends and famous people. The site provides tools that let people from all over the world work together, share information and build an online, virtual cemetery experience.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Databases, Records, Search]
Findmypast connects people to their family stories We are a fast-growing, technology-driven subscription service. With a bank of billions of digitized records, and access to some of the world’s most renowned historical databases, Findmypast allows customers to connect to people, both past and present, and visualize their family story in more detail than ever before. 
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Databases, Records, Search]
Josef Mitterhuber probably had no idea that the specialist cartographic publisher would become an internationally successful group of companies when he founded the city publisher in Stuttgart Bad Cannstatt in 1951. The beginnings in a residential area on Daimlerstrasse were initially modest.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Maps, Gazetteers]
GEDmatch is a free DNA comparison and analysis website for people who have tested their autosomal DNA using a direct-to-consumer genetic testing company, such as 23andMe, or have a custom file from other sources. Testers download their DNA data file from the testing company, and then upload it to GEDmatch. GEDmatch processes the file, adds it to a genealogical database, and provides applications for matching and further analysis. Because GEDmatch aggregates files from all testing companies, your potential for matches is greater.
Last Updated: 6 January 2022   [Located in Category: Databases, Records, Search]