The AKuFF above all is an organization of German family tree researchers in Hungary, but it doesn't preclude the possibility of researching Hungarian or other nationalities. The main purpose of the society is to organize the researchers in this organization, promote the exchange of information by getting to know each other's research work, provide scientific background for the members and giving professional assistance necessary for research.
United Kingdom. Genealogy or family history of people from the German-speaking parts of Europe who have emigrated over the centuries and settled in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland (North and South), and the neighbouring islands.
Genealogical Society for the Westerwald Region of Germany - ArGeWe. The Westerwald Region is between the Rhine, Sieg and Lahn rivers not far from Koblenz/Rhine. mostly located in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate; some parts belong to Hessia and North-Rhine-Westphalia.
This website covers the migration of Germans from Rhine-Palatinate, Württemberg and the Bohemian Forest in the late 1700's and early 1800's when they were recruited/motivated to settle Bukovina (land of beech trees), then a sparsely populated crown land of the Austrian Hungarian Empire. After one or two generations in Bukovina, scarcity of land and the attraction of the new world countries again motivated a migration in the late 1800's to early 1900's. Kansas, Washington, Colorado, Illinois and New York were their main destinations in North America and Brazil was the major destination in South America. This website has rich content on the history, culture and genealogy of the Bukovina Germans.
Promoting genealogical research and creating an interest in ancestry and heritage among descendants of ethnic groups who comprised the former nation of Czechoslovakia, including Bohemian (Czech), German-Bohemian (Bohmisch), Hungarian, Moravian, Ruthenian (Rusyn), Silesian, Slovakian, and those of Jewish ancestry. Headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota.
For ALL those interested in the genealogies and histories of the people and towns of the area of Germany-bordering Netherlands>upper north west>North sea> Ems Canal. Towns include: Papenburg, Sögel, Werlte, Hüven, Stavern, Lähn, Spelle and others. [The original link is broken. This link points to an archived copy on the Wayback Machine]
Dedicated to supporting genealogy research in Europe through direct member support, monthly meetings, a monthly newsletter, an annual conference, and maintenance of a genealogy library located near Mannheim, Germany.
San Diego, California. The Association, founded in 1977, has more than 600 members, living throughout the United States & abroad. A do-it-yourself group, GRA's goal is to help and encourage members in their own research. Publishes the German Connection.
Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, Ireland. Preserving the history and genealogy of the Irish Palatines for future generations. Surnames include TESKEY, SWITZER, RUTTLE, DOUPE, LODWICK, SHIER, PIPER, BOVENIZER, FIZZELL, DULMAGE.
Devoted to the study of those people with German ancestry (generally of the Lutheran, Baptist, or Catholic faiths) who lived in present-day Poland (including those lands known previously as West and East Prussia, Posen, Silesia, and Pomerania), and also those people who lived in the western part of present-day Ukraine, in the old pre-World War II province of Volhynia (generally from the city of Kiev on the east to the present-day Polish border on the west, and from the city of Zhitomir on the south to the city of Kowel on the north).