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  1. https://www.archiv-ekir.de/index.php Ev. Archivstelle Boppard der Ev. Kirche im Rheinland Mainzer Straße 8 56154 Boppard Tel: 06742-86194 Fax: 06742-86196 E-Mail: archivstelle.boppard@ekir.de.
  2. https://www.archiv-ekir.de/index.php Ev. Archivstelle Boppard der Ev. Kirche im Rheinland Mainzer Straße 8 56154 Boppard Tel: 06742-86194 Fax: 06742-86196 E-Mail: archivstelle.boppard@ekir.de. View full record
  3. Still trying to search this site and find the best links and information for use. https://www.bundesarchiv.de/DE/Navigation/Home/home.html
  4. Still trying to search this site and find the best links and information for use. https://www.bundesarchiv.de/DE/Navigation/Home/home.html View full record
  5. This is by far the best link to handwriting examples, depicted even through the years in both lower case and upper case. Just the best study guide for churchbook work I have found to date. https://landesarchiv.hessen.de/lesehilfen
  6. http://www.hamburger-passagierlisten.de/
  7. http://www.hamburger-passagierlisten.de/ View full record
  8. https://berufsgenealogie.net/german/files/Allgemeine-Leitlinien.pdf This link provides a concept standard for their work. It is written in German and quite detailed.
  9. Are you looking for your ancestors, who emigrated from Baden, Württemberg or Hohenzollern in the last few centuries? Do you want to consult emigration records? Are you interested in reading travel tales or emigrants' letters? Do you want to know more about famous emigrants in order to gain a better understanding of the relationship between Baden, Württemberg, Hohenzollern and foreign countries? http://www.auswanderer-bw.de/sixcms/detail.php?template=a_artikel&id=6441&sprache=de
  10. Are you looking for your ancestors, who emigrated from Baden, Württemberg or Hohenzollern in the last few centuries? Do you want to consult emigration records? Are you interested in reading travel tales or emigrants' letters? Do you want to know more about famous emigrants in order to gain a better understanding of the relationship between Baden, Württemberg, Hohenzollern and foreign countries? http://www.auswanderer-bw.de/sixcms/detail.php?template=a_artikel&id=6441&sprache=de View full record
  11. These topic pages of the regional history.net internet portal deal with the history of emigration in Rhineland-Palatinate. Additional content and functions are planned. Please take a look at our project description for more information. http://www.auswanderung-rlp.de/startseite.html
  12. These topic pages of the regional history.net internet portal deal with the history of emigration in Rhineland-Palatinate. Additional content and functions are planned. Please take a look at our project description for more information. http://www.auswanderung-rlp.de/startseite.html View full record
  13. The "Ordinance on the Emigrants with Local or Foreign Ships" of October 1, 1832 was the first state law in Germany to protect emigrants. Among other things, it provided for the keeping of passenger lists. The "Verification Bureau for Emigrants" founded in 1851 by the Bremen Chamber of Commerce made a significant contribution to improving the conditions of residence and transport. Here the captains had to submit their passenger lists. In 1875, the Bremen Immigration Service agreed to destroy the passenger lists except for the last three years. This happened due to a lack of space in the archive and was carried out until 1907. Lists of names of emigrants who had been created by the police department since 1898 and the lists of the verification office from October 1905 fell victim to a bomb attack in World War II. In the archive of the Bremen Chamber of Commerce today there are 3017 of originally more than 4500 passenger lists from the years 1920 to 1939. In 1942 these lists, together with other archival documents, were moved to a salt mine in Bernburg an der Saale for their protection. After the end of World War II, they came into Soviet possession and were brought to the Moscow archives. http://www.passagierlisten.de/
  14. The "Ordinance on the Emigrants with Local or Foreign Ships" of October 1, 1832 was the first state law in Germany to protect emigrants. Among other things, it provided for the keeping of passenger lists. The "Verification Bureau for Emigrants" founded in 1851 by the Bremen Chamber of Commerce made a significant contribution to improving the conditions of residence and transport. Here the captains had to submit their passenger lists. In 1875, the Bremen Immigration Service agreed to destroy the passenger lists except for the last three years. This happened due to a lack of space in the archive and was carried out until 1907. Lists of names of emigrants who had been created by the police department since 1898 and the lists of the verification office from October 1905 fell victim to a bomb attack in World War II. In the archive of the Bremen Chamber of Commerce today there are 3017 of originally more than 4500 passenger lists from the years 1920 to 1939. In 1942 these lists, together with other archival documents, were moved to a salt mine in Bernburg an der Saale for their protection. After the end of World War II, they came into Soviet possession and were brought to the Moscow archives. http://www.passagierlisten.de/ View full record
  15. Updated PDF with some very nice information. https://landesarchiv.hessen.de/sites/landesarchiv.hessen.de/files/content-downloads/HLA Handreichung für Genealogen.pdf
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