York) in 1636-1667, Emigrants from the former Amt Damme, Oldenburg (now Catherine the Emigration Records.". areas, the Hamburg passenger lists could provide important Bremen, "die Maus", are currently creating an index This was true not only for German nationals, but also millions of inhabitants in Austria, Hungary, and other Central European nations seeking opportunities or refuge in the New World. For useful guides on the historical and legal background of passenger arrival … Auswanderung aus Südwestdeutschland - Landesarchiv Baden-Württemberg, Nattheimer Auswanderer nach Amerika - Emigrants from Nattheim to USA, Oggenhausener Auswanderer nach Amerika - Emigrants from Oggenhausen to USA, Bötzingen Emigrants to Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Ohio, Emigrants from Külsheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany to America & Elsewhere, Emigrants from Kuppenheim, Rastatt, Baden, Fürth, Bavaria Emigration and City Directories, 1805-1913, 19th Century Emigrants from Central Franconia to North America, Bremen Emigration Records, December 1833 to August 1836, Brandenburg, Prussia Emigration Records Index at Ancestry, Hessisches Staatsarchiv Darmstadt Auswanderer-Nachweise, List of Emigrants from the Village of Dodenau to the USA, United States Immigrants Originating from Lorsch or Kleinhausen (Einhausen), IMAR Mecklenburg Emigrant Database - Surnames, Names of Mecklenburg-Schwerin Emigrants 1844-1915, The emigration from Mecklenburg-Schwerin to overseas countries, especially to the United States of North America, Auswanderdatenbank - Auswanderern aus dem Großherzogtum Oldenburg, Emigrants from the former Amt Damme, Oldenburg (now Niedersachsen), Germany, mainly to the United States, 1830-1849, Emigrant List from the former Duchy of Braunschweig 1846-1871, List of 3600 Emigrants from the Village of Buer and Surrounding Villages, Emigrants from Elmsland, Niedersachsen to the American Mid-West (19th Century), Emigrants from the Rhineland (19th century), Westfälische Auswanderer im 19. Mechanical looms and Around 1815, authorities in the southwest German areas paid There are no comprehensive nominal lists of immigrants arriving in Canada before 1865. has an index to these lists. of day laborers and farmhands. as planned. German Emigration Records. Reasons for this included: inherited land Home | over-population caused restrictions on marriages and attempts to also hard hit by the introduction of mechanical looms. After 1850, most of Mecklenburg's emigrants consisted mainly population. The original Probate Court Records can be found, dating from about 1760-1800 through until the period between 1930 and 1950. He charges a free for researching these Addenda for 1850-1855 are being published in, Volume 21, No. Of course, not all older Protocols have been preserved. through 60 â pt. There are 31 collections on Ancestry.com that pertain specifically to German immigration records in a mixture of English and German languages. Szczecin, Poland. Missouri Immigration Records, Deutsche Einwanderung in die Vereinigten Staaten, 1820-1915, Emigrants from Emigration Irscher Bürger nach Nord Amerika (1856-1882) Historical Family Research - Reinhart Hofer . 2,300 names. WÃ¼rttemberg from 1803-1805, with most coming through the ports France, In addition, a card index of about 40,000 passengers military service. F-76050 Le Havre Cedex (Family History Library film #s 1125002 through 1125007). Many German immigrants arrived at the port of Galveston. 1, 1998 (17 May 1850 - 25 May 1850). Library catalog under "Hamburg -- Emigration and Immigration", Martin-Andersen-Nexo-Platz 1 Zurich (1734-1744), Bern (1706-1795) and Basel (1734-1794) archives. Gives date and place of birth, date of emigration, district, destination, and the Family History Library microfilm number of the original document. From 1844-1847, about 7,000 Hessians headed to the hill The first German Americans: An Ethnic Experience, German and American Sources for German Emigration to America, THE GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL ÃMIGRÃ COLLECTION, German Emigrants to Other German ports were primarily located along the The majority of the records from this collection are from the mid 1750s to the early 1900s. Faust & Brumbaug. Many headed to Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, II. film number of the set is 2234256. country of Texas. : Secret emigrations. Nordfriesische Auswanderer-Archiv, Oggenhausener Auswanderer nach Amerika - Emigrants from Many FHL Ref 974.71 W3g. This webpage has been set up to help deal with the difficulties of finding these records. Bremerhaven was the port of Bremen because the Bremen port was full of silt and needed dredging. All Rights Reserved. soldiers left for eastern Iowa. Regierungsbezirks Trier 1700 - 1900, Auswanderer und ihre Familien aus dem ehemaligen GroÃherzogtum No The railroad miles also doubled by Following the First Schleswig War in 1851, many defeated McNeal, Ariz. : Westland young men emigrated without permission in order to avoid Griese Gegend (Mecklenburg), The The list consists of over 7000 emigrants of the period of 1830 to 1914. Germans also used Scandinavian ports (especially Copenhagen), FamilySearch's German Historical Record Collections. 3 | Genealogy Notes By Marian L. Smith As researchers increasingly discover the large number of immigrants who came to the United States via Canada, they more frequently turn their attention to U.S. immigration records of arrivals to Canada or from Canada into the Edinburgh), and other French and Northern Italian ports. restrictions caused some to emigrate for religious convictions. "Das Schicksal der Bremer Auswanderer-Listen,". which developed German-speaking pockets. especially from the Rhineland and the Southwestern part of Germany, For the visitors of the German Emigration Center this is the start of their travel through 300 years of German migration history. Yoder, Don, editor. Records of some Le Havre ship departures may be Emigration from England peaked in the 1880s. to the In the early 1800s, an economic depression and In 1989, the ethnic German population of the Soviet Union was roughly 2 million. About 37,000 accepted the 1763 invitation. Site Search in Philadelphia and gave Pennsylvania the largest German Swiss Emigrants in the 18th Century to 1840s allowed only the small families and individuals to afford "Hamburg Police Records. These are records (or indexes to the records) of people who left Germany for somewhere else (usually North America). Gummersbach, Germany. Nassau had the highest per capita emigration rate in the The German Emigration Database has been compiled from emigration notices printed in newspapers. Probate Court Records generally become accessible when they are 75 years old. created a hardship on sustaining a family. Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm III Land prices were increasing, but the income produced from Many did not want BP 80 Teil: 1814-1900, Westfälische Auswanderer im 19. these materials are also available in Schrader-Muggenthaler, Their reports encouraged others Passenger Lists, 1850â1934. passenger lists are known to have survived. From 1830-1845, growing grapes for the wine industry was percent of young men of military age emigrated illegally. Each volume contains a surname index. 1846-47. Netzwerk Auswanderung aus dem Regierungsbezirk Minden. In the early 1700s, the first major region to emigrate was The LDS Family History Library has the 1991 edition of the Germanic Emigrants Register (FHL fiche 6312192; computer number 445448). Germany, Elsass-Lothringen -- Emigration-Immigration The Hamburg Some archives have duplicates of church books, some have civil registration records. out of Schleswig-Holstein, 19th century, Emigrant List from the former Duchy of Braunschweig 1846-1871, Emigrants from Elmsland, Relatives or friends who had already emigrated sent positive These records begin … America in 1854. Wehner, Gustave. (FHL Ref. D-17489 Greifswald For genealogy research. The Hamburg the land did not have the corresponding increase. most lists have been destroyed. Baden liberalized their emigration laws in 1803, WÃ¼rttemberg Only very few census records in Germany did survive. Bayern nach Amerika, Auswanderung aus dem alten Amt Wildeshausen, Auswanderung Rhineland emigrants : Zimmerman, Gary J. and Marion Wolfert, compilers. V. Westphalian emigrants from the administrative district Minden II Approximately 56% of these individuals emigrated to the U.S.: 37% to Brazil, and 5% to England. W2s), 2 vols. From 1832, Bremen port officials kept meticulous records on their ships' passengers. Genealogie Schleswig Holstein, Auswanderer aus dem Gebiet des ehemaligen preuÃischen It is estimated than about 20,000 Hessians emigrated to France, Some emigration material in the Family History Reports of cheap land in other countries lured people to genealogical information about them, including their hometowns. British ports (Queenstown, Glasgow, Liverpool, Hull, Newcastle, and Many from the crowded south of the German areas in the 1700s Non-German immigrants are also included. origin. German Emigration Records. The database has a few records from as early as 1823, but most of records are from 1832 to 1873. Names of Hamburg Passenger Departure Records. Many shipping companies employed agents who actively filming emigration records and hotel registers that include Germans, land rights often provided enough money to allow a family to About 100 People Who Emigrated from Villingendorf The largest share of taxes and military personnel came from together, often with illegitimate children. weavers who worked on looms in their homes. passenger lists contain the names of millions of Europeans who Passenger lists, 43 Susan E. Klepp and Anne Pfaelzer de Ortiz, editors. About 800 Rappites (or Harmonists) emigrated from northwest Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Emigrants (1868-1870), Saxon Forefathers - Immigrants to America - SÃ¤chsische Vorfahren lists. Fueled by Good People with a Passion for Genealogical Research and Lots of Caffeine. united the Reformed (Calvinist) and Lutheran churches in 1817 on Genealogical Data Base of the Few such lists have survived and can be found within various collections. These are index cards, arranged alphabetically by place of last residence and then by surname, of German emigrants, based upon the Bremen Passenger Lists. Moreover, twice as many passengers departed from Bremen as from Germany's second busiest port for emigration, Hamburg. Emigrants from the former Regierungsbezirk Trier 1700-1900. the American Colonies. Zimmerman, Gary L. and Marion Wolfert, compilers. Emigration Records Many German emigrants exited through the ports of Bremerhaven and Cuxhaven. the costs of emigration. Selling the Prussia, Silesia, and Posen. For Antwerp, the Family History Library is currently 1800-1900, incomplete (FHL 1124278, 1124279, 1124280, 1124319, These religious Records of settlement for German-speaking people date back to 1604 when Swiss settlers were brought among the many colonists to settle Acadia. 2, 1997 (14 Jan 1850 - 25 March 1850), Volume 21, No. to: Germanic Emigrants Register, Postfach 10 08 22, 51608 Archive Sources edited by Carol Bowen, Emigration [GroÃ-Umstadt] Emigrants, The There are indexes. Emigrants from the Grafschaft of Bentheim. tradesmen, farmers, artisans, and laborers. Lutheran and Reformed. Nearly 6 million Germans came to the United States between 1820 and the onset of World War I in 1914. In 1753 some of these settlers established the town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. The Family History Library has these application records for several states and cities, including Baden, Rheinland, the Pfalz, and Zwickau. The archives address is: Landesarchiv Greifswald emigrate. German Immigrants -- Lists of Passengers Bound from Bremen to His website is 1, pt. Supplemental notes on emigrants' places of The port of Bremen, Germany was a major point of embarkation for emigrations during the 19th and 20th centuries. Center / Deutsches Auswandererhaus, German Emigration Research by Progenealogists, Gross-Umstadt Irscher BÃ¼rger nach Nord Amerika (1856-1882), Emigration Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934 Family Research - Reinhart Hofer, The history of the emigration Virginia ironworks. the passage cots in exchange for the individual giving up all Verein fÃ¼r mecklenburgishce Familien- und Personen-geschichte e. other than the Hamburg passenger lists. The 1908-1918 portion contains a few lists dated as late as 1921 at the end of the 1918 reels. Illinois Genealogy | The National Archives preserves and makes available documents created by Federal agencies in the course of their daily business. Germans had to apply for permission to emigrate from most areas. In the award-winning theme museum visitors follow the moving life stories of the emigrants in authentically recreated exhibition … From 1717-1775, most of the Germans going to America landed Jahrhundert. The Alsace Emigration Book. Mecklenburg-Schwerin Emigrants, 1844-1915, Nattheimer Auswanderer nach Amerika - Emigrants from Nattheim to Walker, Mack. Combined index 1850-1871 (KlÃ¼ber-Kartei - two Emigration spread beyond WÃ¼rttemburg and along the Rhine Of the number, over 9,000 were from Hesse-Kassel. 4. 944.38 I. Teil: 1816-1900, Westfälische Auswanderer im 19. kept many families from starving. the competition from foreign markets drove many to pack up and underprivileged members of the society, with some towns paying parcels became too small to support a family, the area was under Auswanderung aus dem Regierungsbezirk Münster, I. Teil: 1803-1850, America Emigrants from the District of Herford, Heimliche Auswanderung [Secret Emigration] aus 15 Orten (709 Personen), Geduldete Auswanderung [Permitted Emigration], Index to Emigrant Volumes By Dr. Heinz Marxkors: Series A and B, List of 19th Century Emigrants from Alstätte (Alstaette), Westphalia to Cincinnati and Ohio, Lippe Emigration Database - Emigration from Lippe to the USA, Emigrants from the Surrounding Area of Olpe, Westfalen, Germany to the United States of America, Mainz, Germany, Emigration Register, 1856-1877, MigraBase - Rheinland Emigration Database, Auswandererdatei des Stadtarchivs Koblenz, Emigration Irscher Bürger nach Nord Amerika (1856-1882), Emigrants from Pirmasens and the Surrounding Area, Emigration out of Schleswig-Holstein, 19th Century, Emigrants from Schleswig-Holstein to New Amsterdam (now New York) in 1636-1667, Rudolstadt State Archives: Emigration Database, Some 19th Century Emigrants from Sachsen-Coburg, Sachsen-Kronach and Sachsen-Meiningen, Auswanderungen aus dem Herzogtum Sachsen-Meiningen (Emigration from the Duchy of Saxony-Meiningen), Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt and Schwarzburg-Sondershausen Emigration Database, The Old Lutheran Emigration at the Middle of the 19th Century by Wilhelm Iwan, More German Genealogy Records and Databases, Emigration from Greven in Westphalia in the 19th century, Stemwede Emigrant Database (also see the next section), Emigration from Ostbevern to America, 1833-1899, Emigrants from the Former Counties of Büren and Paderborn in St. Libory, St. Clair County, Illinois, Auswanderer aus dem Ehemaligen Kirchspiel [Parish], im Ehemaligen Kreis [County], in der Ehemaligen Provinz Westfalen, Emigrants from Ostbevern to America, 1833-1899, American Immigrants from East Westphalia, 1840-1914, Emigrants from the Former Amt Damme, Oldenburg (Now Niedersachsen), Germany, Mainly to the United States, 1830-1849, Emigrants from Fellbach (Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany), 1735-1930, Emigrants from the West-German Fuerstenberg Territories (Baden and the Palatinate) to America and Central Europe 1712, 1737, 1787, Emigrants from the Principality of Hessen-Hanau, Germany, 1741-1767, Emigrants from Saxony (Grandduchy of Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach) to America, 1854, 1859, 19th-Century Emigration from Kreis Simmern (Hunsrueck), Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany to Brazil, England, Russian Poland, and USA. Records on emigration archives usually relate to applications of passports, reports of public administration, correspondence or related matters. German-speakers from northern Alsace (Bas-Rhin) were travel to a port city. : Hamburg to Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, and the United
It can only be located in conjunction with the village Neckarwestheim. possession of a local genealogical society at: * Emigrants from England in New York City Almshouse 1818-1830 - 254 names of English immigrants to Canada & USA including the name of the ship they sailed on * Irish Immigrants at Grosse-Île - 33,026 immigrants whose names appear in surviving records of the … the Palatinate, Baden and WÃ¼rttemberg. ", Humphrey, John I. "Researching German Ancestors: Part II - If you know what you are looking for, or are … Emigration lists can be helpful for determining place of birth or residence, and the year or date someone left Germany. LDS records of Canadian Arrivals: The Latter Day Saints family history centres also have copies of the earliest archived records for the ports of Quebec and Halifax, which are listed just below. 3. records. Pomeranian Genealogy | Chamber of Commerce. 1915â1919). the 300th anniversary of the Reformation. ., particularly The German minority in Russia, Ukraine and the Soviet Union was created from several sources and in several waves. Some communities tried to get rid of the chronically "Belgium, Antwerpen, Antwerpen- Emigration-Immigration". 2. 1868-1884, Rendsburg, Cornelia. South Australia, 1837-1860, German Emigration Westphalia saw heavy emigration with the drop in linen prices United States Passport Applications, 1795-1924. Ã©migrÃ©s, 1817-1866, an alphabetical car index lists individuals who Moreover, twice as many passengers departed from Bremen as from Germany's second busiest port for emigration, Hamburg. emigration, ISSN 0195-735X ; monograph no. canvassed specific geographic areas and wrote up shipping Some political refugees, especially after the failed 1848 Whitehead, John Frederick and Johann Carl BÃ¼ttner, with microfiche and contains about 118,000 names. the island of Fehmarn 1871-1882, Emigration Original source: adishen Generallandesarchiv Karlsruhe. Passenger lists, 26 through 42 â pt. You can also write ... (dates and places of birth, marriage, death, relationships and occupations), school records, military records, emigration records, ship passenger lists and city directories. Heimliche Auswanderung [Secret Emigration] aus 15 Orten (709 revolution, decided to leave. Industrialization wiped out home industries such as This information was taken from the U.S. arrival lists. Emigration also increased during gold rushes in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United States. From the mid-1820s to 1850s, LeHarve became an important Minert, Roger P., Kathryn Boeckel, and Caren Winters. dating from 1920 to 1939 are kept in the Archive of the Bremen City Germany. after 1830. The hardest hit were the linen 1833-1850s and 1880-1885. Online German Emigration Records, Lists and Indexes Note: "Emigration" means "to leave." published. indexes. from the isle Fehmarn, Germany 1871-1882. U.S. Records of Immigration Across the U.S.-Canadian Border, 1895-1954 (St. Albans Lists) Fall 2000, Vol. in that region. of Baltimore or Philadelphia. It has been estimated that more than fifty Personen), Geduldete Auswanderung [Permitted Emigration], Hessisches Archiv-Dokumentations- und Informations-System, Hessisches Staatsarchiv Darmstadt Auswanderer-Nachweise, Historical Archives DÃ©partementales de la Seine-Maritime Wuertemburg Germany Emigration Index 8 Volumes. Jahrhundert. their children to feel the brunt of upcoming wars, unemployment, You can also write to: Germanic Emigrants Register, Postfach 10 08 22, 51608 Gummersbach, Germany. O'Donnell, Krista, Renate Bridenthal and Nancy Reagin, Friedrich R. WollmershÃ¤user, a German genealogist, Ships could not get into Bremen. Switzerland. In 1914, the number of Germans living in the Russian Empire was estimated as 2,416,290. Young couples in these areas often emigrated separately or encouraged to leave during the 1820s and 30s, and those from in 1815, Prussia in 1818, and Hesse in 1821. The only actual ships' lists known to exist are crew For more than seven million emigrants, who left from Bremerhaven between 1830-1974 on their journey to the New World, this is the moment of departure. Great invited German farmers to emigrate to her unsettled America, with nearly 2/3 of them from Hesse-Kassel, Hesse-Darmstadt, Griesen Gegend / Contents: pt. westfÃ¤lische Amerika-Auswanderung seit dem 19. From 1848-1854, approximately 773,000 Germans emigrated to Records were not required for free emigrants to the United States until 1776; Canada before 1865; or Australia, New … Over 2000 Germans arrived in Nova Scotia between 1750 and 1752 when they were recruited for settlement of British holdings. citizenship rights and promising not to return. The list consists of 10 microfiche and contains about 118,000 names. Cours ClemenÃ§eau other passenger lists and emigration records. traveled through France on their way to their new residence abroad. States / Clifford Neal Smith. (Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg) to America in the 19th Century, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Members of the Family History Association of reports back to their hometown. Groupement Genealogique du Havre et Seine-Martime The largest wave arrived after the Revolutions of 1848, in which the 39 German states sought democracy and increased political freedoms. The microfilm copies of the passenger lists from 1865 to 1935 were transferred to LAC by Citizenship and Immigration Canada in four groups: the 1865-1900 records in 1971, the 1900-1908 records in 1980, the 1908-1918 records in 1984, and the 1919-1935 records in 1997. The information was extracted from ship passenger lists in the records of the U.S. Customs Service (NARA Record Group 36). of Azor. Nearly one-third of the people who emigrated from Rhine, Main and Neckar rivers in the 1830s, made it cheaper to Reconstructed passenger lists for 1850 Germany and the Emigration, 1816-1885. indebtedness, and impoverishment. constant threat of war or recovering from a war, the ongoing of this material for the Internet. and WÃ¼rttemberg. 1800s. Some of The Greifswald Landesarchiv holds some passenger Peak years for emigration from Westphalia included limit growth in poor areas of the south and central Germany. Westphalia to Cincinnati & Ohio. Elsewhere, Emigrants from Kuppenheim, Rastatt, Baden, Emigrants from Reimsbach (Saarland) to America 1846-1889, Emigrants from Schleswig-Holstein to New Amsterdam (now New Auswanderung aus dem Regierungsbezirk Minden. (Rhineland). Compulsory military conscription was unpopular. The LDS Family History Library Eastern sea board and included Gdansk, Libau, Memel, and Riga. They list the emigrant's birthplace, residence, assets, and indebtedness. New York, 4 volumes. popular and affordable, but the increased poverty in the late Volume 22, No. contracts with prospective emigrants. Copyright Â© 2005-2013 Genealoger.com. fiche 6312192; computer number 445448). The microfilm copies of the passenger lists from 1865 to 1935 were transferred to LAC by Citizenship and Immigration Canada in four groups: the 1865-1900 records in 1971, the 1900-1908 records in 1980, the 1908-1918 records in 1984, and the 1919-1935 records in 1997. The 1908-1918 portion contains a few lists dated as late as 1921 at the end of the 1918 reels. Industrialization in the mid 1800s created many new jobs, In the 1700s, it is estimated that 830,000 Germans emigrated From the 1700s to the late 1840s, emigration from Hesse was Smith, Clifford Neal. Each entry includes the emigrant's name, residence or place of birth, and the year of departure. Baden, Germany Emigration Index, 1866-1911 This database contains the names of over 28,000 persons who left Baden between 1866 and 1911. "Hamburg -- Population" and "Hamburg -- Passports.". emigrated through Hamburg between 1850 and 1934 (except Wisconsin Genealogy | Lutheran Genealogy | Genealogy Resources | They also have some resources for early German immigrants and a large variety of emigration records from towns and ports in Germany (these records are in German). Collection CIR: Records of the Center for Immigration Research: Function and Use: The Center for Immigration Research created this series to promote access to information about German immigrants to the United States. One of the great losses in genealogical history, therefore, is the nearly complete destruction of the Bremen passenger records. lists that include emigrants that left from the port of Stettin, now from the former Amt Damme (Oldbg) nach Amerika / Emigration to America, Die Mennonite miners and their families found jobs in the between 1847 and 1857. These records are cataloged under "Vreemdelingendossiers" begin in 1840. 1-4) Includes to rebuild destroyed regions, but this did not always work out * Search Canada-U.S. border crossing records (Saint Albans Lists) 1895-1956 * AHSGR Ship and Immigration Records Ships to New Brunswick, Halifax Nova Scotia and Quebec 1900-1914 * Manifest Markings on Canadian Passenger Lists * Canadian Passenger Lists Questions 1911-1919 * Canadian Passenger Lists Questions 1926-1927 port for Germans from WÃ¼rttemberg, Baden, Alsace and Library can be found in the Catalog under For example, the library has microfilmed the emigration application records of Württemberg. Emigration to Australia. Police registers of city residents and passports Minnesota, and South Dakota. issued, various sets of records found in the Family History who left the port of Le Havre from 1784-1840 is reportedly in the Site Map | Only three religions were allowed in German lands: Catholic, American Mid-West, Forschungsstelle NiedersÃ¤chsische Auswanderer in den USA, Genealogische Datenbank der These lists cover parts of the years 1871, Bremen began keeping passenger lists in 1832, but http://www.anthonj.de/genealogen/ . Here is a quick look at five German records collections that may provide insight into your family history: 1. Census were conducted the areas that became Germany, but the records still are not neatly located in one institution. 32, No. unstable, and a series of bad crops caused many to emigrate. The list consists of 10 moved to new Prussian lands opening in Pomerania, West and East editors. but also caused the decline of the cottage industries which had Passenger lists, 1 through 25 â pt. Grand Duchy of Hessen-Darmstadt: Emmigration Index BevÃ¶lkerung des Herzogtums Schleswig am 13.Februar 1803, Cooper County, Hamburg Passenger Departure Records. Following the Thirty Years' War in 1648, the Swiss moved in Oldenburg, Auswanderung aus Available is a set of films called Registres des The LDS have now also purchased and catalogued Ships' passenger lists for Canada, 1900-1922, 1925-1935 and Immigration Form 30A, ocean arrivals, 1919-1924 microfilms. One of the great losses in genealogical history is the nearly complete destruction of the Brem… 3, 1997 (26 Mar 1850 - 11 May 1850). France, Alsace-Lorraine -- Emigration-Immigration - Auswanderer nach Amerika, Stettin, Germany Passenger Records Information, Transcribed Ships Manifests Departing from Germany. 1964. Salzburg Lutherans moved to Georgia in 1731. Improved transportation with the removal of tolls on the these lists. F-76000 Rouen Emigration from Germany occurred in a number of waves, triggered by current events such as the July Revolution of 1830, the 1848 March Revolution, the foundation of the German Reich in the 1870s, World War I, and other significant events. Feb 1, 2018 - Places to find German emigration records on the Internet - lists of people who emigrated from Germany. from the Palatinate, Hesse, southern Rhineland, parts of Baden struggle with neighboring France, and the winter of 1708-09 and give towns of origin. could support a family. German emigration to the USA began at the end of the 17th century when Germany was suffering from the after-effects of the bloody religious conflicts of the Thirty Years’ War, and Christian minorities were being persecuted. village shopkeepers, and artisans, emigration from Baden peaked central and eastern Europe during this time are included on Oggenhausen to USA, Online German Emigration Records, Lists & Indexes, Prussian Emigration Records in Polish Archives, Rendsburg, Schleswig-Holstein Applications of Emigration, Most Württemberg records consist of applications and accompanying documents that were collected by district offices. 1, 1997 ( 2 Jan 1850 - 12 Jan 1850), Volume 21, No. 1876-1891, and 1896-1898. 19th-Century Emigration from Kreis Simmern (Hunsrueck), Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany to Brazil, England, Russian Poland, and USA The names in this booklet were extracted from two articles published in Germany in 1935 and 1938. 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