FamilySearch Genealogy Records - Germany (requires free registration; to view some of the images you must be at an LDS Family History Center or a FamilySearch affiliated library). Includes some German baptism, marriage, and death indexes, and other items. FamilySearch also has some digitized microfilm of German genealogy records...
02/07/2015 · SAXONY, dukes & electors v4.4 Updated 26 July 2022 . RETURN TO INDEX . TABLE OF CONTENTS . INTRODUCTION. Chapter 1. EARLY SAXON LEADERS, family of WIDUKIND. Chapter 2. EARLY SAXON LEADERS, family of LIUDOLF, later KINGS of GERMANY. Chapter 3.
There is a state named Saxony, but the name Sachsen appears in two other states, Niedersachsen and Sachsen-Anhalt. (See the box for some help in locating these provinces.) There are many possible sources of information within Germany. Census were conducted the areas that became Germany, but the records still are not neatly located in one ...
03/08/2022 · He was given military command in Saxony ("princeps militiæ") by Otto I King of Germany in 936, which triggered the revolt of his brother Wichmann. Graf in Wetigau 940. Procurator of the king in Saxony 953, 961 and 966.
23/04/2018 · While most of the Bremen, Germany passenger departure records were destroyed—either by German officials or during WWII—2,953 passenger lists for the years 1920 – 1939 have survived. The Bremen Society for Genealogical Investigation, DIE MAUS, has put transcriptions of these surviving Bremen passenger records online.
In 1763 Catherine the Great of Russia offered free land, no taxes for thirty years, freedom of religion, and other incentives to encourage Germans to settle her vast, sparsely populated domain. Dozens of German colonies were established and grew until World War I. Many Russian Germans moved to the United States, Canada, or South America beginning in 1874.
02/12/2021 · 3. For birth, marriage, and death records from 1 October 1874, use civil registration. [edit | edit source] Follow the instructions in Silesia (Schlesien), German Empire Civil Registration. 4. For baptism, marriage, and death records, use church records or parish registers. [edit | edit source]