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  1. We are pleased that you visit our website: A homepage is like an iceberg. About 90% of the content is located in the Mtglieder area. Members have unrestricted access to all pages. If you want to join our working community, please see the following article for more information. http://www.wmgen.de/
  2. Welcome ... ... on the Internet pages of the Westphalian Society for Genealogy and Family Research (WGGF) in Münster! If you are a newcomer in the traces of your ancestors in Westphalia or are looking for an active researcher to contact other researchers and further information, you are exactly right with us. http://www.genealogy.net/vereine/wggf/
  3. The association Sudetendeutscher Familienforscher eV (VSFF) is a genealogical association, which mainly deals with the study of the history of German families in the former Austrian crown lands of Bohemia, Moravia and Austrian Silesia. The association sees itself as a continuation of the Center for Family Research founded in Dux on 18 October 1926. Its current location is Regensburg. http://sudetendeutsche-familienforscher.de/
  4. The genealogical association, headquartered in Heilbronn, promoted by the city of Heilbronn, sees itself as a start-up and information point for the city and country (focus: Nordwürttemberg - Heilbronn-Franconian region). We are looking for local family books, Ortschroniken, home books (mainly from the region Heilbronn-Franken) as (permanent) loans, donations for our archive. http://www.genealogie-nordwuerttemberg.de/1/1/
  5. The association was founded in 1920 as "Verein für Württembergische Familienkunde" in Stuttgart. Its purpose is to arouse and enliven the sense of genealogy and heraldry and, in particular, to promote and cultivate the family knowledge in all its branches. The association is a member of the Deutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft genealogischer Verbände (DAGV) and the Verein für Computergenealogie (CompGen). In addition to the main association and its central functions, offers and tasks, numerous local working groups have formed within the VFKBW. These cover specific questions on regional issues and also organize regular meetings to which new guests are always welcome. Please also visit the information pages of our regional work groups - it's worth it! Have fun on our pages! http://www.vfkbw.de/
  6. The VFFOW is an independent, non-partisan and independent association. It is not a sub-organization of any other organization. The intention and aim of the association, and in its interest, is to carry out family research and regional historical research in a trusting and friendly relationship with institutions and persons who now live in the research area of the association. http://www.vffow.de/default.htm
  7. The purpose of the Upstalsboom-Gesellschaft (UG) is the promotion of the scientific research of persons, families, sexes and social strata from the area of Ostfriesland together with its neighboring regions and their relation to the general history and culture. The underground is named after the Upstalsboom, a hill near Rahe, about 3.5 kilometers west of Aurich. This was originally a probably early medieval mound, but is particularly well-known as a medieval meeting place for the deputies of the Frisian Sealand. Here a kind of thing was held, documented for the time between 1216 and 1327 with evidently longer prehistory. The term Upstalsboom is therefore common to most East Frisians. The Upstalsboom as a picture is part of the coat of arms of the Emperor Leopold I, http://www.genealogy.net/vereine/UG/index.html
  8. Tecklenburger Land is also home to more and more people, senior citizens, young adults and even students, who act as "family detectives" and find the traces of their ancestors in the old district of Tecklenburg when looking for the roots of their families. Would you like to know who your ancestors were, where their roots were, what they did, how they lived, or whether you might even have rich and famous relatives in America? Are you looking for hints on how to overcome the "dead point" in your ancestry list? Do you need reading help with old documents? Then you are exactly right with the Tecklenburg family researchers! http://www.te-gen.de/
  9. There is some English in use on the site. The Swiss Society for Family Research, SGFF / SSEG (founded in 1933), links researchers who are researching in Switzerland and Switzerland. https://www.sgffweb.ch/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=63&Itemid=51&lang=en
  10. The Schleswig-Holstein family research in Kiel (short: SHFam) was founded in 1948 under the name "Schleswig-Holsteinische Gesellschaft für Familienforschung und Wappenkunde e.V." founded. The company is a member of the German Working Community of Genealogical Associations (DAGV) and maintains contacts with genealogical and heraldic societies at home and abroad. The society is parteipolitic and confessional free, and pursues exclusively charitable goals. Members of the company are individuals, family associations, municipal associations, home clubs, archives and other institutions in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, as well as European and foreign-European countries. The Society supports and promotes scientific and private work in the field of family research (genealogy) and heraldry (heraldry) as well as the seal (Sphragistik) and other related research fields. The focus of our work is in the state of Schleswig-Holstein. She provides information, advises on all genealogical problems, helps in the learning of the old German script, organizes lectures and discussions, publishes a genealogical magazine and an information sheet, and maintains a library which is housed in Schleswig. http://www.genealogy.net/vereine/SHFam/index.html
  11. Information - Help - Support To ancestral research and coat of arms http://roland-zu-dortmund.weebly.com/
  12. On the Internet pages of Pommerschen Greif e.V., Association for Family and Local History Research. We offer you an informational offer on the genealogy (family research) and local history research in Pomerania (Vor- und Hinterpommern). The aim is to help you with your research work and to support you through the exchange of information in our mailing list or forum, our library, the archive of the association, publications and events during your work. http://pommerscher-greif.de/
  13. Welcome to the Palatine-Rhine Familienkunde! We are very pleased that you have found our homepage and hope that our range will support you in your genealogical research. Surely you understand that certain areas are our members only. Let the PRFK introduce: The association pursues exclusively and directly charitable, scientific purposes, in particular, the maintenance and promotion of family and heraldry in Palatine-Rhine region. It promotes the publication of research results from the represented by him subject areas. To this end the association maintains its own library with archive and operates various electronic data systems. We wish you much fun exploring our deals we want to summarize in excerpts here: http://www.prfk.org/
  14. Welcome to the website of the Genealogical-Heraldic Society of Eastern Switzerland (GHGO), eastern Switzerland's association for genealogical research. Our homepage includes prevalent information for active genealogists in the region and is available in German only. We recommend foreign genealogists to contact the Geneal-Forum for genealogical support. If you are in doubt our vice president will accept your inquiries and get back to you as soon as he can. If you have any other inquiries, please send them to our webmaster. With best regards, The Genealogical-Heraldic Society of Eastern Switzerland (GHGO) https://www.ghgo.ch/
  15. Arbeitskreis Family Research Osnabrück e. V. The "Arbeitskreis Familienforschung Osnabrück" was founded in February 1993. He has emerged from a course at the Osnabrück Adult High School. Entry into the association register took place in July 1996. The work group, which is recognized as not-for-profit, has the following objectives: The association wants to promote the research of persons, families, gender and social strata in the Osnabrück region (city and district of Osnabrück, neighboring areas). This is done in particular by collecting, backing up and publishing sources and work in the field of genealogy. Through lectures, counseling of the members and mediation of specialists for individual research as well as by the maintenance of an archive with the club library, the collections and the data stock of the association. The securing of genealogical data is a matter of particular importance. Mutual assistance in the creation of ancestor plates, family trees and family scripts, for example through the exchange of data and experience, has a not insignificant importance. The working group currently has 285 members of all ages, not just from the Osnabrück area, but from the entire Federal Republic, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the USA. http://www.osfa.de/
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