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  1. Welcome to the Web Pages of the AGGSH e.V. Supported by the AGGSH e.V. - a non profit organization The webmaster of the AGGSH e.V. is: Hans-Peter Voss An de Marsch 6 D-25557 Steenfeld https://www.aggsh.de/german/
  2. 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
  3. 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/
  4. 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/
  5. Welcome The Niedersächsische Landesverein für Familienkunde e.V. - Lower Saxony Society of Family History - a registered non-profit society, was founded in 1913. Currently the society has some 600 members in Germany and abroad. We offer our members a variety of support in researching their ancestors. Regionally our research is focused primarily towards the federal state of Lower Saxony, but it is by no means limited. Genealogists having roots in other neighboring regions are most welcome to joins us. On the following web pages we provide you with an overview of the activities of our association. If you are interested in a membership please apply using the following application form. The society's head office is located in the center of the city of Hanover and can conveniently be accessed by public transport (see city map). You are invited to visit our extensive library consisting of more than 10,000 books, other important sources and WiFi access. During opening hours you can meet with specialists who are able to help you on the spot. http://www.familienkunde-niedersachsen.de/en/
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    Familia Austria

    We are pleased that you visit our web site and hope you will find interesting and useful information for your family research in the area of the old Habsburg monarchy. In the menu Research & Service you find all kinds of useful, historical contributions of relevant publications, addresses and maps to aid in finding the net. So help to facilitate their own research. Manibus Unitis presents you with all the ongoing projects of Familia Austria, contact and inform you about the possibilities of cooperation. Under Data Collections you can find personal information and databases of completed and ongoing projects. You can search here right after your name or places. Our range is constantly growing in all areas, the databases of ongoing projects will be expanded and updated regularly. We look forward to welcoming you as a member and / or staff in our association. http://familia-austria.at/index.php/en/
  7. The AKdFF was founded in Sindelfingen, Germany, on 18. October 1975. Its main areas of emphasis are: The acquisition and development of resources for Danube-Swabian family research, promotion of family history publications, advising members, and the publication of family books as well as village kinship books. Our areas of research are the former Danube Swabian settlement areas in Hungary, in the former Jugoslawia, and in western Romania (though excluding Transylvania). Our common goal is to discover as much as possible about our ancestors and their origins.We belong to the survivor generation; many of us still speak the language and are familiar with the villages of the former homeland. We supply the basic materials on which those of our descendants, who are interested in their origin, can build. This is why each of us should try to find the dates of birth, marriage and death of our parents, grandparents and greatgrandparents. These dates should go back to at least 1895 (the year that civil registration began in the former Austro-Hungarian Empire). Before 1895, it is often possible to trace ancestors back even to the first entries in the church registers in the home community itself, using either on-hand microfilmed church material or that which has yet to be acquired. To date, we own approximately 2000 rolls of these church registers, primarily from Hungary. Goldmühlestraße 30, 71065 Sindelfingen, Germany Tel: 07031/7937637 (donnerstags und freitags 10 - 16 Uhr) http://www.genealogy.net/vereine/AKdFF/index.html
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