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Schleswig-Holstein genealogical helpers
Here are the names and websites of people who offered to help with searching for ancestors in Schleswig-Holstein:
Peter Dörling answers questions re. church books for the county of Storman. His expertise are Bargteheide, Eichede and Trittau. He says he is interested in information exchange without charge.
Kay-Uwe Gottorf offers tips regarding church books and archives in Schleswig-Holstein.
Ulrich Wendt will offer help when and if he can. His speciality is the cultural area Angeln.
Hans-Peter Voß checks without charge if in his archive there is information about ancestors already retrieved. His homepage is http://home.t-online.de-home-hans-peter.voss/
Brian H. Schneden answers questions regarding Schleswig-Holstein. His homepage is http://www.elineage.com
John Kostick does research on the island of Fehmarn. His databank is filled with 25.000 person covering the timeframe 1600-1876. Fehmarn page: http://www.accesspro.net/fehmarn
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