The Family Tree German Genealogy Guide

The Family Tree German Genealogy Guide Explore Your German Ancestry Follow Your Family Tree Back To Its Roots In Bavaria, Baden, Prussia, Hesse, Saxony, Wurttemburg And Beyond This In Depth Genealogy Guide Will Walk You Step By Step Through The Exciting Journey Of Researching Your German Heritage, Whether Your Ancestors Came From Lands Now In Modern Day Germany Or Other German Speaking Areas Of Europe, Including Austria, Switzerland, And Enclaves Across Eastern Europe In This Book, You Ll Learn How To Retrace Your German Immigrant Ancestors Voyage From Europe To America Pinpoint The Precise Place In Europe Your Ancestors Came From Uncover Birth, Marriage, Death, Church, Census, Court, Military, And Other Records Documenting Your Ancestors Lives Access German Records Of Your Family From Your Own Hometown Decipher German Language Records, Including Unfamiliar German Script Understand German Names And Naming Patterns That Offer Research Clues You Ll Also Find Maps, Timelines, Sample Records And Resource Lists Throughout The Book For Quick And Easy Reference Whether You Re Just Beginning Your Family Tree Or A Longtime Genealogy Researcher, The Family Tree German Genealogy Guide Will Help You Conquer The Unique Challenges Of German Research And Uncover Your Ancestors Stories

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 240 pages
  • The Family Tree German Genealogy Guide
  • James Beidler
  • English
  • 21 April 2017

10 thoughts on “The Family Tree German Genealogy Guide

  1. says:

    First, gotta get this off my chest this book is maddeningly written with completely unnecessary and seemingly random quotat ion marks scattered not only through every chapter but nearly every para graph as well sigh It s like that guy you know who constantly uses air quotes Don t be that guy.Anyway, the book is itself is OK, though very basic Pretty much intended as a genealogy beginners guide, so that s OK for most part Really though, you probably can pick up a lot of the techniques discussed intuitively on a decent genealogy site like Ancestry.com The presentation of the material gets a little repetitive at times and the whole thing would benefit from practical examples of how to apply the techniques discussed But there are some good sources cited and most of the German cultural historical information provided is interestingif not always all that pertinent All in all a decent beginners guide.

  2. says:

    I liked the readability of the Family Tree Irish genealogy guide better, so this was a slog but helpful to understanding where to start working on German Ancestry.

  3. says:

    A great resource for finding your German ancestors I learned a lot.

  4. says:

    This book will be very helpful for anyone who is doing research concerning their German family tree.Tracing your Germanic ancestors won t be easy but it is made easier with the help of this book.

  5. says:

    ExcellentThis is certainly a very good road map to learning about the process doing research on one s ancestors from Germany.

  6. says:

    Lots of history, references, and useful information that one should know about in researching German heritage Nice charts of old German script needed for old documents As one who actually learned to write it as a child, I found it helpful to see how a few letters that I didn t remember are formed and to see variations in actual script formations There are some inconsistencies in the numbers chart, however, and the last number means one hundreth, not one hundred But the quality of the two sample letters the author recommends that researchers copy to send abroad is atricious, sloppy, and obviously not proofread How difficult would it have been to have someone fluent in German correct the many spelling and vocabulary errors

  7. says:

    I learned a lot I learned a lot about my german ancestors I found a picture in this book with a passenger list from 1741 from the ship Europa, which landed in Pennsylvania I found my ancestors name on this list Amazing This book shows you a lot of ways to pin point where your ancestors actually lived Plenty of resources on how to find records Chapters of the history of Germany This was interesting and I recommend to anyone trying to find out about their german ancestors.

  8. says:

    3.5 Very thorough overview of types of records and long history of the German states Good breakdown of what can and can t be found for researchers Good appendix of links and societies Felt there could have been examples of the various types of documents Overall organization of material could have been better, as it wasn t always intuitively ordered, and the examples of boilerplate snail mailed requests for assistance feel dated especially the idea of including 3 as sufficient payment

  9. says:

    This is great When I have time I will go through it thoroughly

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