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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Emigration links at Genealogie Rambow

Genealogie Rambow offers a very interesting post and maybe rewarding for the right person with the right immigrant from Germany. Often times, we collect our basic data and then there is nothing else to find about our ancestors; so there comes a time, when you spend a little time browsing here and there and hoping there might be something there. In this case I suggest you check on some of the links Genealogie Rambow offers on the topic of Emigration.

On the two different posts the author writes that there is an ongoing collection of letters from emigrants backhome and lists of Emigrants from places like Brazil, Australia, and America. It is available for your inspection through the download of data. If one follows the link to emigration one can find a little info to browse.

Though the areas and places are limiting, I think I could try for Lutheran emigrants; and maybe palatinate might be promising for something on Fehring. Very limiting in years is the emigration during 1842-49 from Hamburg.

If your ancestor falls into the categories just right, you never know until you try.

Also the link about Bibliographies from Iowa. I am hopeing it is fruitful.

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Friday, April 1, 2011

I have been hearing wedding bells.


Spring is really coming, it is just around the corner. It is warming up. Half our snow is gone already. Of course, we do get a little more every so often. I am ready for what ever spring has to offer. Good things, I think. I'll let you into a little secret. I have been hearing wedding Bells lately. I'll clue you in, so don't worry.

I have been in a bit of a tizzy, and so not much posting, but I still have been working behind the scenes. I have quite a few posts waiting in draft for that final touch.

Just so you know, though I have been adding new information now and then. I Especially constantly add surnames and information here at the series of the many villages at a- z villages of Luneburg stadt. You know villages of Oldendorf, Nahrendorf, Sueschendorf, just as this blog genealogy of Oldendorf, und Nahrendorf promises that I will give you information as much as I can find it.

I would truly work all day at it , if I could and some days, I am lucky enough to be able to do so. It's just that it is almost over whelming how much I should accomplish.

But, those wedding bells seem to be distracting me.
You can't blame me now can you??