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Deutschland, Baden-Württemberg, Kreis Rems-Murr,Zivilstandsregister, 1876-1981
This is a collection of funeral sermons in the Andreas-Moller Bibliothek in Freiberg, Saxony, Germany. These sermons were generally given for the wealthier classes and were published. They usually contain information such as names, dates, places, relatives, life histories, and sometimes pedigrees for many generations. The information is subject to error as it was reported by relatives who did not always remember facts accurately.
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- My Ancestors Are from Germany, and I Don't Speak German!
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- Germany Beginning Research Series Lesson 1: Getting Started
- Germany Beginning Research Series Lesson 2: Learn about Historical Background
- Germany Beginning Research Series Lesson 3: Using Maps, Gazetteers and Websites
- German Church and Civil Records
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