Diese Internetseiten beschäftigen sich mit der Familienforschung zu den Namen Suhrbier, Meyer, Stendel, Göhmann, Ortmann, Pernitt, Klaucke, Friese und weiteren Familien vor allem in den Orten Thulendorf, Geesthacht, Hamburg und Umgebung.
Benningfield family stories, lore, photos, lineage. This includes the Rice, Farris, Phillips, Smith, Rogers, and Benjamin families. Stories regarding the known English, Irish, Scots, Welsh heritage and origins of these families.
A searchable database of a number of cemeteries in Kaufman County, Texas, with photographs of the cemeteries. Also, included are enumerations of the Stokes Cemetery in Greensboro, Alabama; and the Self, Sibley, and Toro Baptist Church Cemeteries of Sabine Parish, Louisiana.
From the Oklahoma Historical Society, this easy-to-search index includes those who applied for enrollment in one of the Five Civilized Tribes (Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole).
The rolls were taken between 1898 and 1906. This index includes the name, age, sex, blood quantum, census card number, tribe and enrollment number.
The UK's largest private newspaper archive with over 7 million originals dating back to the 1600s. All originals dating back to 1900 are available to purchase. A dedicated research team is in place for special projects and requests.
Budapest has the biggest Jewish community in Middle - Eastern Europe, with an active religious, artistic and historical heritage. Through centuries the Hungarian and Jewish history has been so entwined that it is almost inseparable. Jews played and play an important role in the country’s economical, cultural and political life. Our company was created in 1995 and since then we try to show our visitors the Hungarian and Jewish culture in our country. Our English speaking guides are well trained, and have the necessary qualification to help you understand the Jewish past and present in Hungary and in Budapest. Our tours are in one (English) language, and we try to keep the sightseeing tours with small groups of people.
This link includes an almost complete set of non-indexed digital copies of the Minster Post from 1894-1965. This newspaper covered parts of Auglaize, Shelby, and Mercer counties in Ohio. It contains social and local news items. The early years are written in German.
A vast collection of more than 30,000 obituaries by Marie Reasonover, Nina Hendricks and other members of the Root Seekers Genealogical Society of Mabank, Texas, from the Tri-County Area of Texas going as far back as the 1880s. Nina has created hard copy books of these obituaries which are available for research at the genealogical room at Tri-County Library at 132 East Market Street, Mabank.
This Oklahoma Historical Society database includes various marriage affidavits, licenses, certificates, etc. from 1903-1907 for Indian Territory (Oklahoma) and Oklahoma County Marriage Records 1889-1951.
Active Military from Smith' First Directory of Oklahoma Territory. From the Oklahoma Historical Society, this listing includes the name, rank, and location of active military from Smith's First Directory of Oklahoma Territory (for what is now the state of Oklahoma).
Search Dawes Commission Teacher's Quarterly Reports, from the Oklahoma Historical Society. This database includes information for more than 9,000 students from the teacher's reports found in the records of the Dawes Commission.
Records date from 1904 to January, 1907 for Choctaw, Cherokee, Chickasaw and Creek Nations in what is now Oklahoma.
1896 Applications for Enrollment - Five Civilized Tribes. From the Oklahoma Historical Society, this database includes those who applied in the 1896 census/enrollment for the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole Tribes.
This enrollment was later deemed invalid, and was replaced with the Dawes Final Roll.