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Association of the German Aristocracy Federations
Last Updated: 21 January 2017   [Located in Category: DAGV]
Holds many genealogical resources
Last Updated: 24 January 2017   [Located in Category: Libraries and Archives]
DNA testing and matching with others who have tested thru Ancestry DNA.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: DNA Testing and analysis]
One of largest subscription websites for genealogical research. In addition to the indexed records be sure to explore other resources in the card catalog including the Reference, Dictionaries & Almanacs section for useful tools.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Genealogy Websites]
German Family Research subscription site that contains a significant and growing number of Lutheran church books in Germany online. Also many forums and family history features.
Last Updated: 13 July 2017   [Located in Category: Digital Online Databases]
Departmental Archives of the Bas-Rhin. Alsace-Lorraine researchers will find this archive's site useful. It also includes some digitized records. The website is in French.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Libraries and Archives]
The Archive School Marburg is the principal center for the training and professional development of archivists in Germany
Last Updated: 23 January 2017   [Located in Category: DAGV]
This site contains archival information provided by German-based archives and is the central access point for researchers interested in Germany's archival material. This site assists in locating research material finding aids and some digital records when available.
Last Updated: 21 July 2017   [Located in Category: Libraries and Archives]
Part of the digital collections of the University of Wisconsin-Madison libraries. The "Atlas des Deutschen Reichs" by Ludwig Ravenstein is relatively rare in libraries of the United States. Besides Germany, the maps of this atlas also cover the bordering portions of present-day Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, and Switzerland. An overview map showing the full area covered by the Atlas can be found on the title page.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: Maps and Gazetteers]
Database of cemetery records created by volunteers who photograph and index cemeteries. Mostly free site, requires an account to contribute and see full records. Upgraded subscription provides no ads and additional services.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Cemetery Records]
Worldwide mapping features sponsered by Microsoft
Last Updated: 23 January 2017   [Located in Category: Maps and Gazetteers]
New York port of entry for immigrants from 1820 to 1892 before Ellis Island opened.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: Immigration/Emigration]
Confédération Internationale de Généalogie et d'Héraldique [International Confederation of of Genealogy and Heraldry]. Was founded in Brussels (Belgium) on 13 November 1971 with a view to creating and maintaining lasting links of collaboration between associations and federations concerned with the study of genealogy and heraldry, Genealogy and heraldry with national organizations and to support national associations and federations in their relations with the official bodies 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 that are voted there.
Last Updated: 13 July 2017   [Located in Category: Organizations]
Great genealogical resource for online resources for those researching all over the world. Search by country, state, religion, topic, etc. Constantly adding additional links.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Research]
Gesellschaft für Familienforschung e.V. Bremen (The Society for Family Research in Bremen, Germany) provides extensive resources for those researching in the Bremen area. Membership may be required to databases.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Organizations]
Dirk Weissleder Family History Blog
Last Updated: 13 July 2017   [Located in Category: Blogs]
A DNA testing and matching site that has a large variety of test options. They also partner with the National Geographic Genome project.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: DNA Testing and analysis]
One of the largest and best databases maintained by the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) and the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: Research]
FEEFHS, or the Foundation of East European Family History Societies, understands itself as a portal to research in Eastern Europe including the German territories that are no longer part of the German Empire.
Last Updated: 22 January 2017   [Located in Category: Cultural Resource]
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: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Maps and Gazetteers]
Helps find final resting places but also many memorials contain family history
Last Updated: 24 January 2017   [Located in Category: Cemetery Records]
This organization has many resources for those researching in Eastern Europe. Information includes specific research tips for specific areas, religions, maps for many countries.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Organizations]
Last Updated: 21 January 2017   [Located in Category: Maps and Gazetteers]
Last Updated: 21 January 2017   [Located in Category: DNA Testing and analysis]
Databases made by and for genealogists
Last Updated: 21 January 2017   [Located in Category: German Research]
Created and maintained by the Verein für Computergenealogie, this site is a valuable German website. It contains historic gazetters, Ortsfamilienbücher, society lists and much more. Some pages are translated into English.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Online Databases]
Surname mapping
Last Updated: 21 January 2017   [Located in Category: German Research]
This page contains a lengthy bibliography of German and American sources regarding emigration to America. The information is being transferred to the GenWiki website.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Immigration/Emigration]
A PDF tutorial from FamilySearch.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: Gothic Print and Script]
Last Updated: 22 January 2017   [Located in Category: German Research]
The information file lists nearly 1500 occupations.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Translation Tools, Word Lists]
Old German professions, occupations and illnesses.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Translation Tools, Word Lists]
Many old professions that do not exist today
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Translation Tools, Word Lists]
A Minnesota non-profit whose mission is to foster appreciation and understanding of the culture, language, arts, and ongoing history of the German-speaking peoples through public educational and cultural programs.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: General]
This site has many resources for researching German Genealogy on the Internet. It is designed with Americans with German ancestry.
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: German Research]
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: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Gothic Print and Script]
Last Updated: 22 January 2017   [Located in Category: German Research]
Last Updated: 17 January 2017   [Located in Category: Maps and Gazetteers]
If you open this in Google Chrome, you will find a built-in translate button.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: German Research]
Passenger lists from 1850-1934
Last Updated: 31 January 2017   [Located in Category: German Research]
Last Updated: 21 January 2017   [Located in Category: Research]
Immigration Records - Ship Passenger arrival records
Last Updated: 20 July 2017   [Located in Category: Immigration/Emigration]
Another german telephone book
Last Updated: 22 January 2017   [Located in Category: German Research]
Last Updated: 24 January 2017   [Located in Category: DAGV]
Discover what is the current name for your village. All locations are EAST of the Oder and Neisse rivers and are based on the borders of the eastern provinces in Spring 1918. Included in this database are the following provinces: Eastprussia, including Memel, Westprussia, Brandenburg, Posen, Pomerania, and Silesia. It currently lists most towns or points, i.e. points being: mills, some bridges, battlefields, named trees, cenotaphs, etc.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: Maps and Gazetteers]
Emigration from Southwest Germany.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: German Research]
This is the State Archives of Baden-Württemberg located in Stuttgart, Germany.
Last Updated: 21 July 2017   [Located in Category: Libraries and Archives]
Suetterlin script - a script created by the Berlin graphic
Last Updated: 1 February 2017   [Located in Category: Gothic Print and Script]
15 Lessons in German script from FamilySearch.
Last Updated: 2 February 2017   [Located in Category: Gothic Print and Script]
Check out Lind Street Blog by Teresa Steinkamp McMillin, CG. It focuses on tips, tricks, and stories related to German research and Chicago area research.
Last Updated: 13 July 2017   [Located in Category: Blogs]