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Beside researching my ancestors I am interested to find emigrants who where born in Baden, Germany at the place where I live. |
databases for research in Germany
choose a place and click at the left on Gesamtliste der Familiennamen
enter first name (Vorname) - last name(Nachname)
Find the area in Germany where your german last name is most common
type the name in the searchbar and click on suchen.
Online churchbooks from Baden-Württemberg
Scroll down to the pic that says Standesbücher-click on that - click again - type the name of the place in the searchbox - choose the book, click on Archivalieneinheit einsehen - browse through the pages
see my webpages
http://durmersheimemigration.webs.com/index1.htm http://moerschemigration.webs.com/index1.htm http://auamrheinemigration.webs.com/index1.htm
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|Janet Knepper||Maier photo|
You are welcome! Thanks for the kind words! Glad I could help!
|Linda Burton Kochanov||John Simon Martin|
I found some other people with the last name of Heitz. If any of them are in your tree send a request and I'll post the pics I have. The people are listed below. Ernest Jr 1924-1925. Matthew 1850-1916. Mary Elizabeth 1920-1993. Ernest 1892-1985. Mary E. 1892-1948.
Added by Snake on Oct 16, 2013 3:10 PM
|R Lerch||Henneberg in Graceland|
I have transferred Elise and Frederick Henneberg to you. Charles is buried with them and they appear to be his parents. Martha is buried there too, but so are several others. Regards, Bob Lerch
Added by R Lerch on Oct 14, 2013 4:46 PM
|cleemiller||RE: Gerald S Heck|
There were no other Heck's around him.
My friend and I took pics yesterday in Ferdinand Cem of Thomas and Theresia Prechtel. Im having trouble downloading them. Seem small. Look at Theresia and let me know what you think.
Bye for now
|RAP||RE: Helen C. Vollmer Nimtz|
You are welcome. I remember Helen's grave. Someone had decorated her burial area with lots of decoration. Looks like she was loved.
Added by RAP on Sep 28, 2013 11:07 PM
You're most welcome! Hope you enjoy your day.
Thank you very much for the photo. That was very nice of you.
Added by b g on Sep 27, 2013 12:09 AM
Added by Debbie on Sep 27, 2013 12:18 AM
|Ace||RE: Carrie Keuhn|
Hi! Did you remove the memorial? Since you are not in the U.S. I was going to try and help you, but the memorial seems to be gone. Ace
Added by Ace on Sep 20, 2013 4:48 AM
|Cathie||RE: Julius Winterer|
My great-great-great grandfather's name was Andreas Unverzagt. He came to the US in 1837 with his wife and 5 children. He was born in Kurlstagt auf der Rhine and is said to have been the bergermaster of Kurlstagt at one time. I have not been able to find a city or village by that name. I found info on a city by the name of Kallstadt but not Kurlstagt. Have you ever heard of such a place? Andreas may have been named Johann Andreas Unverzagt. At the website www.familysearch.org, I found a record for the marriage of Johann Andreas Unverzagt to Anna Elizabeth Lerch. My family says that Andreas's wife was named Elizabeth. This record was in "German Marriages, 1558-1929".
I will try to get the other Winterer photo on Find A Grave tonight. Thanks for any information you can give me on my Unverzagt family. The other branch of my German ancestors are descended from Ferdinand Zimmer. I have seen census records that say he was from, Baden, Bavaria and Prussia, so I don't really know where he originated. According to family records, he was born about 1829. He was my g-g-grandfather. He was single when he came to the US but married one of the Unverzagts. I have been unable to find immigration records for him.
Added by Cathie on Sep 18, 2013 9:01 AM
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