How I made this website
German Genealogy Links of General Interest
Palatine & Pennsylvania-Dutch Genealogy Page. These folks, like
some of my ancestors came from the Lower Palatinate in Germany, only a
century earlier. This site also contains an interesting article on Palatine
Genealogy: Rheinland-Pfalz / Rhineland-Palatinate. This is a Germany
based web server that contains interesting genealogical resources. Contains
links to early 19th Century maps of the Palatinate. The Buertels, Fickeisens,
Muellers of my ancestry came from here.
Genealogy: Rhineland-Palatinate, the History.
genealogy: Emigration from Germany to America.
Palatines to America. The PURPOSE
of this society is to promote the study of Germanic immigration to North
America, to publish information of general interest, to provide a means
for members to exchange information and share research.
im Saarland. This site is in German but English inquiries are welcome.
The Noes of my ancestry came from the Saar.
The Immigration Diary
of Michael Friedrich Radke, 1848. This diary is presented to help us
understand why families wished to leave Prussia /Germany, to emigrate to
America or Australia, in the 1840's. This diary had been in the possession
of Judith Radke Craig and her family of Huntingburg, Indiana, for many
The Ship Marianne
Voyage from Bremen to Baltimore Departing August 11, 1843, Arriving
September 25, 1843.
Mysteries of the
Ship Marianne: More than 30 Voyages from Bremen to Baltimore Between
1841 and 1858.
In our pages you will find comprehensive information about all aspects
of German genealogy: information for beginners in genealogy, regional research,
clubs, mailing lists, etc.
Washington County, Ohio Genealogy Links
Created October 14, 1999 by Jim Andris.
Washington County Ohio GenWeb
Site maintained by Jack Martin. Since all of my ancestors center around
Washington County, this site is a very important reference for my genealogy
Washington County, Ohio in
the Civil War by Scott A. Britton. I found in one of these online databases
a reference to a Lewis Noe, who served in the 36th battalion who may be
a relative of mine.