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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
http://durmersheimemigration.webs.com/index1.htm http://moerschemigration.webs.com/index1.htm http://auamrheinemigration.webs.com/index1.htm
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|David G. Briggs||RE: Francell M Seaman|
You are very welcome! I'm happy to have been of assistance.
|pazlady||RE: John & Alfrieda Hamer|
done: grave was obscured by the bush. It should be cut back.
Added by pazlady on Feb 23, 2017 4:56 AM
|vande||RE: Barbara Weyand|
your welcome!1 It was a beautiful day out!
Added by vande on Feb 18, 2017 4:07 AM
|Ancestry/searcher||RE: August Wesbecher|
You are very welcome. Glad we were able to take the photos for you. And thank you for the information on your page for German ancestry searching. My great grandfather was born in 1845 in Evangelisch, Hochspeyer, Pflaz, Bayern, Germany. His last name was Flockerzie. I don't speak German, so all the information I've found out on him has been from Ancestry.com - which has been very beneficial. When I have a chance, I'll look at some of those sites you listed to see if they can be of some extra help.
Paula and Doug Smith
There appears to be stones for both Libbie and Florence Relyea. No stone for Josephine Miller, but there is a military marker for Stephan Miller.
Looks like he was in the American Civil War. Headstone says he as in Company "C", New York 13th regiment volunteer, 1841-1918. Hope this helps.
|Charles Carroll||Jospehine Miller|
Records show she was buried June 19,1904 ( not 1884), age 61 years. Buried next to Stephan Miller in Range 2,lot 182 SE 1/4. Plot shared with the Relyea family.
|Charles Carroll||Libbie Relyea|
Buried March 20, 1891, age 26 years 11 months, Range 2, lot 182 SE 1/4. Her grave is shared with a Florence Relyea who died as a 2 month old infant in 1888. Plot is shared with Josephine/ Stephan Miller.
|Brian J. Ensley||Elizabeth Schilly Scheffauer #175994874|
Sorry about the delay, but I posted Elizabeth's obit.
You're very welcome!
Added by Alicelth on Feb 05, 2017 4:55 AM
|Alicelth||Memorials for Marion and Marie Nickels|
Hi b g
Just wanted you to know that Marie Nickel's and her husband Marion Nickel's memorials have photos of their markers that I took this morning. Also contacted F a G admins and asked them to remove the other. Hope the photos are ok. Have a great weekend.
Added by Alicelth on Feb 04, 2017 9:58 AM
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