Germany Record Selection Table

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This table can help you decide which records to search.  
 
This table can help you decide which records to search.  
# In column 1, find the goal you selected.
 
# In column 2, find the types of records that are most likely to have the information you need. Then turn to that section of this outline.
 
# Additional records that may also be useful are listed in column 3.
 
# The terms used in columns 2 and 3 are the same as the subject headings used in this outline and in the Locality section of the Family History Library Catalog.
 
# Records containing previous research (biography, genealogy, history, nobility, periodicals, and societies) could provide information for most of the goals. These have not been repeatedly listed unless they are especially helpful for the goal.
 
  
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#In column 1, find the goal you selected.
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#In column 2, find the types of records that are most likely to have the information you need. Then search for FamilySearch Wiki articles for those topics or subject headings.
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#Additional records that may also be useful are listed in column 3.
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#The terms used in columns 2 and 3 are the same as the subject headings used in FamilySearch Wiki articles and in the Locality section of the Family History Library Catalog.
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#Records containing previous research (biography, genealogy, history, nobility, periodicals, and societies) could provide information for most of the goals. These have not been repeatedly listed unless they are especially helpful for the goal.
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| Birth date<br><br>
 
| Birth date<br><br>
| Church Records, Civil <br>Registration, Jewish Records
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| Church Records, Civil <br>Registration, Jewish Records  
 
| Obituaries, Occupations, Census<br><br>
 
| Obituaries, Occupations, Census<br><br>
 
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| Emigration information<br><br><br>
 
| Emigration information<br><br><br>
| Emigration and Immigration, <br>Societies, Military Records,<br>Periodicals, Newspapers<br>
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| Emigration and Immigration, Societies, Military Records,<br>Periodicals, Newspapers<br>
| See the research outline for the <br>country to which the ancestor <br>immigrated.<br>
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| See the FamilySearch Wiki aricle for the country to which the ancestor immigrated.<br>
 
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| Historical background<br>
 
| Historical background<br>
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| Genealogy, Emigration and <br>Immigration<br>
 
| Genealogy, Emigration and <br>Immigration<br>
 
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| Place-finding aids
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| Place-finding aids  
 
| Gazetteers, Maps<br>
 
| Gazetteers, Maps<br>
 
| Historical Geography<br>
 
| Historical Geography<br>
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| History, Biography, Nobility,<br>Dwellings<br>
 
| History, Biography, Nobility,<br>Dwellings<br>
 
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| Religion
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| Religion  
| Church Records
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| Church Records  
 
| History
 
| History
 
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Revision as of 16:32, 13 October 2010

This table can help you decide which records to search.

  1. In column 1, find the goal you selected.
  2. In column 2, find the types of records that are most likely to have the information you need. Then search for FamilySearch Wiki articles for those topics or subject headings.
  3. Additional records that may also be useful are listed in column 3.
  4. The terms used in columns 2 and 3 are the same as the subject headings used in FamilySearch Wiki articles and in the Locality section of the Family History Library Catalog.
  5. Records containing previous research (biography, genealogy, history, nobility, periodicals, and societies) could provide information for most of the goals. These have not been repeatedly listed unless they are especially helpful for the goal.
1. If You Need
2. Look First In
3. Then Search
Age

Church Records, Civil
Registration, Jewish Records
Obituaries, Naturalization and
Citizenship, Schools
Birth date

Church Records, Civil
Registration, Jewish Records
Obituaries, Occupations, Census

Birthplace

Church Records, Civil
Registration, Jewish Records
Occupations, Naturalization and
Citizenship, Schools, Military Records
Boundaries (parish, district, or
county)
Gazetteers, Church History

Maps, History, Historical
Geography
Death


Church Records, Civil Registration,
Jewish Records, Obituaries,
Newspapers
Probate Records, Court Records,
Occupations, Cemeteries

Emigration information


Emigration and Immigration, Societies, Military Records,
Periodicals, Newspapers
See the FamilySearch Wiki aricle for the country to which the ancestor immigrated.
Historical background
History, Church History
Societies
Language helps
Language and Languages
Handwriting
Living relatives
Directories, Genealogy
Societies, Periodicals
Maiden name
Church Records, Civil Registration
Jewish Records, Obituaries
Marriage

Church Records, Civil Registration,
Jewish Records
Genealogy, Periodicals, Nobility,
Newspapers
Naming customs
Names (Personal)
Genealogy, Periodicals
Noble families
Nobility, Heraldry
Biography, Periodicals
Occupations

Church Records, Occupations,
Directories, Population
Naturalization and Citizenship, Census,
Church Directories, Dwellings
Parents, children, and other
family members
Church Records, Civil Registration,
Obituaries, Jewish Records
Probate Records, Land and Property,
Naturalization and Citizenship
Physical description

Military Records, Biography

Genealogy, Emigration and
Immigration
Place-finding aids Gazetteers, Maps
Historical Geography
Places of residence



Population, Church Records,
Emigration and Immigration,
Directories, Jewish Records,
Military Records
Biography, Genealogy, Census,
Swellings, Land and Property,
Periodicals Names (Personal)

Previous research (compiled
genealogy)
Genealogy, Periodicals, Societies

History, Biography, Nobility,
Dwellings
Religion Church Records History
Record-finding aids

Archives and Libraries, Church
History, Church Directories
Societies, Periodicals