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  1. 1848-1900: Austria Evangelical-Lutheran Church Records (Österreich Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirchenbücher) at FamilySearch; index & images; Also at Ancestry ($) Matricula Austria at Matricula; index & images; Church Records Online at Familia Austria; Index. Incomplete. Divorce. British Citizens: Births, Marriages, and Deaths

  2. 26/05/2022 · Online Genealogy Records These are genealogy links to France online databases and indexes that may include birth records, marriage records, death records, biographies, cemeteries, censuses, histories, immigration records, land records, military records, newspapers, obituaries, or probate records.

  3. Czech Genealogy Records. If your ancestors originally came from Bohemia, Moravia, or Silesia (the three regions of the Czech Republic), and you're working on your family tree and/or considering a trip to the Czech Republic to do genealogical research "in the field", this web site will help you understand the various records that are preserved within the 100+ State-run archives.

  4. Information about the Hamburg, Germany passenger departure records -- how to research them online and off. Bremen Passenger Lists, 1920-1939 While most of the Bremen passenger departure records were destroyed, about 3000 of them from 1920-1939 (still incomplete) have survived and are stored at the Bremen Chamber of Commerce.

  5. We cannot accept copies unless they are “true certified copies” from a notary public. Please note that birth certificates, marriage certificates, death certificates, divorce decrees, court documents, and federally-issued documents cannot be certified by a notary public as “true copies.”

  6. How to Find Your Ancestor’s US Military Records; Preserving Old Photos of Your Family History; 30 Family History Writing Prompts; Surnames: Family Search Tips and Surname Origins; Family Tree Genealogy Podcast

  7. 06/08/2019 · Rumours that Hitler's grandfather was Jewish have resurfaced Credit: Getty - Contributor. Claims about Hitler’s supposed Jewish ancestry were first put forward by his personal lawyer, Hans Frank.