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2 edition of East Prussia place name indexes found in the catalog.

East Prussia place name indexes

Roger P. Minert

East Prussia place name indexes

identifying place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes

by Roger P. Minert

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Published by GRT Publications in Provo, Utah .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Names, Geographical -- Prussia, East (Poland and Russia) -- Indexes

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRoger P. Minert.
    GenreIndexes
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDK4600.P772 M564 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 99 p. :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24059250M
    LC Control Number2008357241

    Place Names East of the Oder & Neisse Rivers Database (East Prussia, West Prussia, Brandenburg, Pomerania, Posen, Silesia) Polen Hinterpommern: Köslin - Stolp - Danzig. Höfer Verlag. (,). The map is indexed and the place names on the map are in German with Polish names underneath. Posen, Place Names, Indexes: Minert, Roger P. Brandenburg place name indexes: identifying place names, using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes: Woods Cross, Utah: GRT Publications: Brandenburg, Maps, Place Names, Indexes: Nevius, Erin: The family tree guide book to Europe: your passport to tracing your genealogy across Europe.

    Researching in Germany is the only book ever published for the express purpose of preparing German-ancestor hunters to travel abroad in search of their German ching in Germany is made to order for family historians who have long dreamed of visiting the villages of their German ancestors, but have not felt knowledgeable about how to ew of the bookThis goldmine of. This is the most important of all German gazetteers. The goal of the Meyer’s compilers was to list every place name in the German Empire (). It gives the location, i.e. the state and other jurisdictions, where the civil registry office was and parishes if that town had them. It also gives lots of other information about each place.

    Schleswig-Holstein (with Bremen, Hamburg, and Lübeck) Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert — not in English Common Knowledge: Die Schwestern vom Roten Haus: Ein historischer Kriminalroman by Petra Oelker — not in English Common Knowledge. This book indexes the Gotha series. – First Partition of Poland. West Prussia (Pomerelia and Kulmerland) and Netze region and Bishoprics of Ermland (East Prussia) acquired by Prussia. [See Map 4 in German Genealogical Digest ]. – West Prussian Land Survey [Landesaufnahme].


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[Roger P Minert] -- "For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been.

Indexing over 8, East Prussia place names An East Prussia reverse alphabetical index is key to doing research in the parish registers of the German state. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name. West Prussia place name indexes: identifying place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

West Prussia place name indexes: identifying place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexesManufacturer: GRT Publications.

The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 6, names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

East East Prussia place name indexes book Place Name Indexes; Hanover Place Name. This volume includes a total of 2, places – mostly towns, found in the Kingdom of Prussia, Province of East Prussia, Regierungsbezirk Allenstein.

This book also includes a master index to Volumes 46 thro which covers all of East Prussia. In order to make East Prussia look more Russian, place names were changed. Cities, towns, and villages were often renamed after Bolshevik leaders and military men, even czarist generals.

The place names of this ill-fated land underwent the greatest metamorphosis imaginable. Posen Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes, by Roger P.

Minert, (Provo, UT: GRT Publications, ), pp., soft-cover, ISBN $ from. Note: Roger Meinert published a series of 23 books (and one CD) on the German provinces plus Switzerland between and Westpreussen (West Prussia) now in Poland Eastern Prussian Provinces, Germany [Poland], Selected Civil Vitals, at Ancestry/requires payment; coverage varies by place; includes some civil vital records from West Prussia, East Prussia, Silesia, Brandenburg, Pomerania and Posen-West Prussia.

Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Map Guide to German Parish Registers – Kingdom of Prussia, Province of East Prussia III – Now in Print and Shipping Posted on J by Leland Meitzler — 2 Comments ↓ Family Roots Publishing just printed the latest German Map Guide – this one being volume 48 of the series, and the final volume of those printed for East Prussia.

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Germany, Prussia, East Prussia, Königsberg, Index to Funeral Sermons, and Germany, Prussia, East Prussia, Königsberg, Index to Funeral Sermons.

East Prussia place name indexes: identifying place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes by Roger P. Minert 2 editions - first published in Not in Library. Records were originally in the University Library in Königsberg, East Prussia; now located in the Staatsbibliothek Berlin.

The collection "Germany, Prussia, East Prussia, Königsberg, Index to Funeral Sermons and Memorials, " is a card index to funeral sermons and memorials pertaining to Königsberg, East Prussia, Germany. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The book is excellent because it covers a big topic without being too generalizing. Internet resources: Ravenstein Atlas of the German Empire, Large scale of maps (,) and gazetteer of place-names, can locate even small towns and villages on the maps in the Ravenstein atlas. Map Guide to German Parish Registers – Kingdom of Saxony I & II, Kingdom of Prussia – Province of Brandenburg I & II; Volumes & DART (TX) – North Central Corridor – LRT Extension Dictionary of the American West – 5, Terms and Expressions from “a-going and a-coming” to Zuni Dictionary of American.

*East Prussia Place Name Indexes by Roger P. Minert *Map Guide to German Parish Registers – Kingdom of Prussia, Province of East Prussia I, RB Allenstein by Kevan Hansen, vol.

Note: "Emigration" means "to leave." These are records (or indexes to the records) of people who left Germany for somewhere else (usually North America). Emigration lists can be helpful for determining place of birth or residence, and the year or date someone left Germany.

Names of spouses and children are sometimes included. Multiple call numbers Place name indexes by Roger Minert are available for most German territories and Alsace.

Search the library catalog under the author’s name for a complete listing. ORTSSIPPENBÜCHER The department has a growing collection Ortsippenbücher, family genealogies for specific towns and villages in Germany, Banat, and.The Russian partition (parts of what are now Lithuania, Belarus and central and eastern Poland) was the largest and most populous partition.

Land was divided into gubernias (provinces), then into ujezds (counties).Gubernias with large Polish populations were Loznan, Suwalki, Siedice, Warsaw, Kielce, Lublin, Radom and Plock. Many Polish speakers also lived in the western provinces of Russia.Welcome to the most comprehensive database of its kind in the world.

It contains locations with over name changes once, and 5, twice and more. All locations are EAST of the Oder and Neisse rivers and are based on the borders of the eastern provinces in Spring