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Grimm Village:  Resident Names in app: 1900
Hegensdorfer Emigrants 1824-1893
Hungary; German Ancestors in the Batschka, Hungary
Internet Sources of German Genealogy: German Surname Homepage
Jewish Genealogy Links (here at has links to databases of German genealogy
Links for German Genealogy on the Internet
Jewish Families of Northern Germany
Koenigsbach; Germans to Poland: Original German Settlers in the village of Koenigsbach in Poland - 1804
K.V.K. (Karlsruher Virtueller Katalog); German Search Engine (in German)
Links to German Royal and Nobility Genealogy Data
Munich, Vienna and Barcelona Jewish Displaced Persons and Refugee Cards, 1943-1959 This database contains the registration cards of approximately 85,000 Jewish Displaced Persons who registered with the emigration department of JDC in Munich and Vienna after World War II, in addition to cards containing information about Jewish refugees whom JDC provided care for in Barcelona during and immediately after the war
New Jersey Early Germans
Obituaries from US Newspapers

Palatines to America
Polish Settlers from Germany index from the book "150 Years of Swabian Settlement in Poland 1795-1945"
Pomeranian Society of Freistadt includes a database of over 90,000 names
Prussia GenWeb
Prussia; Bartschin;  Birth Civil Registration Records 1870s (now in Kujawsko-Pomorskie Province, Poland)
West Prussia 1812 Citizenship Names of 2,400 Jews in 50 towns in West Prussia who were granted Prussian citizenship in 1812.
Prussia, West; Bankau Birth Civil Registrations 1870s-80s (now Bakowo, Kujaskwo-Pomorskie, Poland)
Prussia West;  Borczyskowo Birth Civil Registrations 1874-1883 (now Borzyszkowy , Pomorskie, Poland)
Prussia West; Heidemuhl Birth Civil Registrations 1874-1883 ( now Borowy Mlyn, Pomorskie, Poland
Prussian Mennonite Genealogical Resources



Russian Village of Yagodnaya Polyana: Founders and later arrivals
Resources for German Genealogy on the Internet
Ruth Ann's German-Austrian-Prussian Links Page
Schlochau; Kreis Schlochau genealogy of County Schlochau that is now Czluchow, Poland
South Africa Genealogy Links (here at has databases relating to German emigration
Stones of Faith - Pennsylvania Germans & their Gravestones
St. Michael's Catholic Church, Chicago- baptisms and christenings 1870 and 1871
Swiss Anabaptist Genealogical Association (Ohio Michigan Indiana Illinois Genealogy ) Information on a Swiss Mennonite & German Amish genealogy project and access to 3 databases with a total of over 425,000 individuals
US Passport applications, 1795-1924; Indexes, 1830-1831, 1850-1852 1860-1925
Utah German Genealogical Society 
Yad Vashem; The Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names searchable database; Jewish people's memorial to the murdered Six Million in WW2
West Prussian Land Records
Wuerttemberg Emigration Index This collection contains the names of approximately 60,000 persons who made application to leave Germany from the late eighteenth century to 1900
19-Century Emigration of 'Old Lutherans' from Eastern Germany to Australia, Canada, and the United States

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