The IAGL, a not-for-profit corporation, was created first and foremeost as a genealogical resource for those researching their ancestors in this region. Their online searchable database is free to the public and contains tens of thousand of transcribed records. It continues to grow.
A group of partner societies interested in German genealogy. The IGGP facilitates German genealogy research globally as the internationally recognized federation of German genealogy organizations. IGGP was formerly known as German-American Genealogical Partnership (GAGP).
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.
Sacramento, California. Founded in 1983, SGGS's purpose is to provide education resources for those researching their German ancestry and to illuminate the culture and history of ancestors who lived in German-speaking areas of Europe.
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).