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Germanic emigrants register

Germanic emigrants register

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Published by [Germanic Emigrants Register], COM-Service EDV Habel in Diepholz, Germany, Warthausen .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany,
  • Germany.,
  • Foreign countries,
  • Foreign countries.
    • Subjects:
    • German Americans -- Genealogy.,
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Germany.,
    • Immigrants -- Foreign countries -- Registers.,
    • Germans -- Foreign countries.,
    • Germany -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsGermanic Emigrants Register (Firm)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE184.G3, Microfiche 93/45 (E)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination23 microfiches
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1050894M
      LC Control Number93630122

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Germanic emigrants register Download PDF EPUB FB2

Emigrants from Ostbevern to America, American Immigrants from East Westphalia, Also see the "MigraBase - Rheinland Emigration Database" listed in the next section. Rheinland-Pfalz, Palatinate Mainz, Germany, Emigration Register, (at Ancestry/requires payment). Genre/Form: Genealogy Registers (Lists) Registers: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Germanic Emigrants Register (Firm) OCLC Number:   Germanic emigrants register by,[Germanic Emigrants Register], COM-Service EDV Habel edition, Microform in English - Jan.

:   The Germanic Emigrants Register ( edition) indexes German emigrants listed in the Deutscher Reichsanzeiger newspaper from to This ,name, microfiche index shows name, event year, birth date, emigration date, destination, and last known residence.

It does not give the place of origin. German Emigration Database. Formerly Titled Bavaria & Pfalz Emigration Database. Database updated 07 Novwith alm additional names. Eighteenth Century Register of Emigrants from Southwest Germany VREF EIGH Hacker, Prof.

W., Closson Press, The book lists, in surname alphabetic order, emigrants to America and other countries from Baden, Wuerttemberg, Palatinate and Saarland. North Germany to North America – 19th Century Migration VREF S. Address Book for Germanic Genealogy: GER: Tolzmann: The German Immigrant in America; F.

Bogen's Guidebook: GER: Wellauer: German Immigrants, GER: Zimmerman: German Immigrants, GER: Germanic Emigrants' Register (23 Microfiche) Return to top of list: Return to the BCGS Library Page: Return to the BCGS Home Page: Great. Germanic emigrants register [microform]. Jan. Diepholz, Germany: [Germanic Emigrants Register]; Warthausen: COM-Service EDV Habel, 23 microfiches: negative.

An alphabetic listing of names, including birthdates, time of Germanic emigrants register book, and destination; covers the entire former German Empire and emigration years from through   Book Review XI 1 Books by Maralyn Wellauer XI 3 German Emigrants Register XV 3 German Emigration to America XV 3 German-English Glossary of Nobility Titles XIII 4 Germanic Emigrants Rgister XIX 2 Germans and the Methodists in Ireland and America XX 2.

Eighteenth Century Register of Emigrants from Southwest Germany to America and Other Countries by Werner Hacker (Closson Press, ): This more-expensive resource is an index to German researcher Werner Hacker’s volumes, which show exit information from the German states. if found by using Germanic Emigrants Register Euro if found by using other sources Euro this prince includes (a) a reproduction, transcript and English summary of the emigrant's.

birth or marriage entry, (b) a copy and English summary of the emigration papers (if avai-lable), (c) a reproduction and English summary of the newspaper. The book covers the first Germanic immigrants to come to America in and the first permanent Germantown settlement in Philadelphia in Many came to escape religious persecution and the ravages of the Thirty Years s:   18th Century Register of Emigrants from SW Germany: Germany: Actuelle Themen zur Genealogie: Heft 9 (Listing of member societies of the German Association of Genealogist Societies) Ruth Hoevel: Germany: Address Book for Germanic Genealogy 5th Ed.

Ernest Thode: Germany: Area Handbook for German: Waltham: Germany. The Germanic Emigrants Register (P.O. BoxD Diepholz, Germany), is a commercial venture to abstract such announcements from the Deutscher Reichs-Anzeiger und Königlich preußischer Staats-Anzeiger, the official gazette of the imperial German government, for the years This is an authoritative register of pioneer Palatine families and early settlers of the Mohawk Valley.

Pennsylvania German Immigrants, Lists Consolidated from Yearbooks of “The Pennsylvania German Folklore Society” by Don Yoder The lists compiled here set out to identify German emigrants in their homeland and in Pennsylvania.

Instead they may only be included in the Kirchenbuchduplikat, labelled as "birth register" rather than "baptism book." A parish may have kept separate books for affiliated villages, both in the original and as duplicates.

In a few instances, the parish in question may have included several villages, but only the book for one village has survived. Germany: 18th Century Register of Emigrants from Southwest Germany (To America and Other Countries). Werner Hacker F. $ Address Book For Germanic Genealogy.

6th Ed. Germany: Address Book for Germanic Genealogy. 6th ed. (Thode) L. $ New York: Oxford University Press, This book places immigration issues in the broad context of America at war and looks at American attitudes toward German immigrants.

Spalek, John, Adrienne Ash, and Sandra Hawrylchak. Guide to Archival Materials of German- Speaking Emigrants. With: Emigrants to Americareprinted from Germanic Genealogist Lists of emigrants from the church parish of Venne (Hannover) to the U.S.A.

afterreprinted from Germanic Genealogist Description: 1 volume (various pagings) ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Emigrants to America Gb Germanic Genealogy: A Guide to Worldwide Sources and Migration Patterns. 3rd ed. () Fg Germans in America, A Chronology & Fact Book C33g Guide to German Parish Registers in the Family History Library (Cerny).

2 vols. One of the largest sources of such information is probably the Germanic Emigrants Register (Diepholz, Germany: Germanic Emigrants Register, and later). This is actually a microfiche index to a private database with a variety of emigrant records, and has more thanentries.

As a descendant of German and Swiss immigrants to Louisville and Jefferson County, I was happy to revisit names and businesses and places that I had grown up with. This book captures years of history, both good and bad and reminds us of the struggles that many immigrants to Reviews: Eighteenth Century Register of Emigrants from Southwest Germany (to America and other countries) by Ed.

Prof. Werner Hacker, Editor, Closson Press, Apollo, PA, Feb ; English; pages; ISBN X ISBN (FHL W2eh).