Look Ups




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If you have a resource that you would be willing to do look ups in, please send your information to Joanne Parmley, the Bavaria Gen Web coordinator, at: JOPARMLEY@aol.com, to be included on this page.



PLEASE NOTE: Many of the resources listed below are narrowly focused. Please do not ask the listed contacts to look things up for "blind searches" unless a resource lends itself to such requests. For example, if you do not know your ancestors were from Aschaffenburg, do not ask a contact to look them up in an Aschaffenburg-specific resource.





Look Ups

Resource Title

Description

Contact Name

Contact E-mail

Aschaffenburg Erlebnis einer Stadt Contact is also willing to answer any questions about her hometown, Aschaffenburg.

Charlotte Duff

charlott@vic.edu

The Atlantic Bridge to Germany Vol. III Bavaria (Bayern) The book has an index to the Landkreis and Stadtkreis, and index to the Gemeinde, and supplementary index. The book states that the records in the book can only be found in Germany. It has extensive maps and a listing alphabetically by community (Gemeinde) and the dates for some Protestant and Catholic records.

Frank Monteleone

flmont@argohouston.com

Autoatlas, Deutschland Europa Strassen, Stadte, Hotels, Camping, Reisetips.

Charlotte Duff

charlott@vic.edu

Bierbach Ortsippenbüch For the town of Bierbach (formerly Pfalz, now Saarland)

George Mathis

george_mathis@msn.com

Deutsches Staedtebuch. Bayerisches Staedtebuch. Contact has the history of the city Rosenheim from this book.  The book by Erich Keyer and Heinz Stoob [Available through the Mormon's Family History Library 943 E5d v. 5 pt. 2] describes each city in Bavaria in a few pages.  The name of the city, topographical setting, origin, city government and city charter, as a settlement, populace, language (dialect, formal register), economy, administration and city bylaws, regional government, military regulations, symbols (coat of arms, etc.), finances, city territory, religions and churches, welfare programs / institutions, education and culture, publishers, sources and literary works, collections dealing with city history, archives, libraries and museums.

Joanne Parmley

joparmley@aol.com

Everton's "Roots" Cellar Format:  CD    1640-1990

Linda D. Sharp

sharplps@mail.alltel.net

Fuchsmuhl in the Steinwald The book is a history of the township and it records the names of some 400 people from the town.  It also lists in old German names from a document which the contact believes to be about the original landowners there, but it also records their dates of birth.

Edwina Kastner

foxmillkastner@pacific.net.au

German Immigrants, Lists of Passengers Bound from Bremen to New York, 1847-1854  

Linda D. Sharp

sharplps@mail.alltel.net

Germans to America Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports Vol. 49
April 1884 - June 1884

Linda D. Sharp

sharplps@mail.alltel.net

Geschlichte des Marktes Winklarn History of Market Winklarn.

Frank Bernklow

frankb@sacoriver.net

Historischer Atlas von Bayern by Josef Fächer,
published München 1968.  Contact has the volume on the former county of Alzenau in Unterfranken.

Dr. Michael Rauck

rauck@gmx.ch

Die Landsassen des Fuerstentums der Oberenpfalz Bavarian Atlas for districts Kemnath, Oberviechtach, Nabburg, & Tirschenreuth that covers the 16th century.

Frank Bernklow

frankb@sacoriver.net

Lower Nobility of the Oberpfalz This book refers to the "Matricula Nobilium" by Bishop Adam Ernst Joseph Bernclau, copy 1765, at the Regensburg Archives. This book is a genealogy and history of the noble families of the Oberpfalz of Bavaria, but is only located in Regensburg. They do not allow copies to be made nor do they distribute any copies, and this includes the Mormon Archives. The contact does not personally possess a copy of this book. The contact possesses only a Contents list for this book. This Contents list contains the Diocese included in the book, re: Gesamtindex. It is a rare and little known book, and for this reason is very important to anyone researching the Oberpfalz noble families. The contact would be willing to field questions about it.

Frank Bernklow

frankb@sacoriver.net

Migration from the RUSSIAN EMPIRE, Lists of Passengers Arriving at the Port of New York Volume 1 January 1875-September 1882
 

Linda D. Sharp

sharplps@mail.alltel.net

Rodinger Familien im 18 und 19 Jahrhundert Rodinger Family in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Frank Bernklow

frankb@sacoriver.net

Rietstap's Armoral General Including Roland's supplement. It should be noted that Rietstap's contains only "Serving" nobility.

Frank Bernklow

frankb@sacoriver.net

Siebmacher's wappenbuch of 1605 Siebmacher's Coat of Arms book of 1605.

Frank Bernklow

frankb@sacoriver.net

Die Urkundenregesten des Praemonstratenserklosters Speinshart, 1163-1557 by Hermann Lickleder, Pressath, 1995, ISBN# 3-926817-30-5.

Frank Bernklow

frankb@sacoriver.net

Wuerttemberg Emigration Index Format:  CD    Vol. 1 - 7

Linda D. Sharp

sharplps@mail.alltel.net

Miscellaneous

Various articles concerning the minor nobility, house records for village Weiding, small number of Reformation records of 1629, and numerous miscellaneous articles in the 1500+ pages of photocopies accumulated during visits to Germany, including over eighty Coats-of-Arms for Oberpfalz and Sudetenland families, and numerous archives, both public and private, throughout the German lands.

Frank Bernklow

frankb@sacoriver.net

Willing to do a limited number of small lookups in books and newspapers, that are available at the Bavarian State Library (BSB) in Munich.

Ralph Habersack

ralph@familie-habersack.de

Contact will take digital or 35mm photos of tombstones and cemeteries in the local Kaiserslautern area of the former Bavarian territory of Rheinpfalz only. If you have exact details he can take photos of other things of interest for you in the area.

Christopher Shaw

milfireguy70@yahoo.com

Contact will take still digital photos of tombstones and / or cemeteries and will email them to you.  For the Kaiserslautern area of the former territory of Rheinpfalz only.  If he finds your family members, he will also take a photo of town signs / ancestral homes. Contact is in the USAF, lives near the town of Kaiserslautern and speaks German.

Roderick Schwald

schwaldroots@yahoo.com




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