German Internet Research: A Launching Place for Your Research

James M. Beidler
Jun 11, 2014
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Village of Origin
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German Archives
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Church Records
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German Researchers
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About this webinar

Internet research for German ancestors is not as fully developed as it is for North American or British ancestors, but don't let that stop you! There is a significant subscription site, along with some important indexes, original and compiled, records online. Fortunately, the number of actual records online is growing at a significant rate. Other German genealogy sites provide important information about places or sources. Indeed, your research will suffer if you don't use the Internet for your German research.

About the speaker

About the speaker

James M. Beidler, Interim Executive Director for the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, is the author of four commercially published genealogy books as well as writing “
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