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Ahnenforschung in der alten Donaumonarchie
Ahnenforschung in der alten Donaumonarchie  (Familia Austria)
Wednesday, October 4 through Wednesday, May 29, 2024
6:00 pm
Central Europe Time Zone (MEZ) - Online [German]
Im Laufe eines Jahres erfahren Sie dort alles wichtige über die Ahnenforschung in der alten Donaumonarchie. Egal, ob Sie erst am Anfang Ihrer Forschungen stehen oder schon viel Erfahrung haben, Sie werden dort garantiert viel Neues erfahren. Jeden Mittwoch, ab 18.00 Uhr. Hier finden Sie alle bereits feststehenden Themen und die links zur Anmeldung bei Zoom. Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos und für alle interessierten Forscher, egal ob sie Mitglieder unserer Familia Austria sind oder nicht, offen.

Dissecting Coroner's Records for Genealogical Research  (German Genealogy Group - NY)
Thursday, October 5
7:30 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - In person & online [English}
Presenter Lisa Alzo explains that coroner’s records are often untapped resources that contain essential information for genealogists. In this presentation, learn how to determine if your ancestor appeared in a Coroner’s report, where to find Coroner’s records, what details they include to further your genealogy research, and much more! Bethpage Public Library. Members only receive Zoom link for the presention. Become a member.

53rd Genealogy Jamboree Conference  (Conference)
Friday, October 6 through Sunday, October 8
Burbank, CA
Registration opens on Tuesday, Aug 1. Stand by for details.

The ABCs of the Old German Script
The ABCs of the Old German Script  (Eastside Gen. Society GIG)
Friday, October 6
12:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Pacific Time Zone (PT) - Online [English]
Starting from the beginning—the alphabet—dive into how to decipher individual letters of the old German script. Learn how to use that knowledge to decipher key genealogical terms, based on context and expected record content, to start you on your own road to discovering the hidden treasures in your German-language records. Presenter: Charlotte Noelle Champenois, AG®, German Research Specialist at the FamilySearch Library. Details and registration.

2023 German Genealogy Fall Seminar
2023 German Genealogy Fall Seminar  (PALAM - Ohio Chapter)
Saturday, October 7
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - In person & online [English}
Programs presented by Teresa Steinkamp McMillin:
  • The Voyages of our German Immigrants - Germans began immigrating to the United States in 1683, according to documented history. This talk highlights aspects of the first four major waves of migration, through 1910.
  • In They Came: Using U.S. Immigration Records - Beginning in 1820, the United States required names of every passenger arriving at a U.S. port. Most lists survive today. Learn where to find them and how to use them.
  • Untangle the Web of German Websites - The Internet is offering more and more quality information for German researchers. This talk will focus on collections of free digitized German materials and indexes.
  • Discover the Holdings of German Archives - German archives hold many records valuable for expanding our genealogical research. This webinar will explain how to find relevant archives and discover their holdings.
Held at the Dublin Branch, Columbus Metropolitan Library 75 N High St, Dublin, Ohio and on Zoom. Details and registration.

Fall Seminar
Fall Seminar  (PALAM - Colorado Chapter)
Saturday, October 7
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Mountain Time Zone (MT) - In-person and online [English]
Speaker Michael Lacopo will present four programs in this hybrid seminar. Early bird registration ends on 31 August.
  • 10 - 11 am -- The German Immigrant Experience in the 18th Century
  • 11:15 - 12:15 -- How to Overcome Brick Wall, 19th and 20th Centuries
  • 1:30 - 2:30 -- Methods for Identifying the German Origins of American Immigrants
  • 2:45 - 3:45 -- Finding and Using German Church Records
Registration is $40 for PALAM/COPALAM members and $50.00 for non-members. Register at

Deutsch-Pennsylvanischer Tag in Eberbach am Neckar  (Public event)
Sunday, October 8
3:00 pm
Central Europe Time Zone (MEZ) - in-person [German]
Veranstaltungsort: Stadthalle Eberbach, Leopoldsplatz 2, 69412 Eberbach. Eintritt: kostenfrei. Ergänzende Ausstellung: „Conrad Beissel – Neue Heimat Pennsylvanien“ und „Kurpfälzische Auswanderung im 18. Jahrhundert.“ Das Programm beginnt um 15:00 Uhr.

Austin (Texas) Oktoberfest
Austin (Texas) Oktoberfest  (German Texan Heritage Society)
Saturday, October 14
11:00 am to 7:30 pm
Central Time Zone (CT) - In Person [English]
Located in the heart of the Red River Cultural District is one of Austin’s best kept secrets, the German Free School: a historical building and terraced gardens to enjoy the afternoon of all things German and Gemütlichkeit. Family friendly event offers a lot of kids activities and children 12 and under are free. And of course German food and drinks. German Free School, 507 East 10th Street Austin, TX 78701. Tickets.

Fall meeting: German Research Strategies”
Fall meeting: German Research Strategies”  (PALAM - Indiana Chapter)
Saturday, October 28
10:15 am
Eastern Time zone (ET) - In person & online [English}
Featured speaker Dana Palmer specializes in lineage society applications, publishing family books, and Midwestern research. She loves problem solving and tracking down those elusive ancestors.
  • Session 1 — Useful Tools for Those with German Ancestry
  • Session 2 — Finding Your German Ancestor’s Place of Origin
  • Session 3 — Finding German Records Using FamilySearch
  • Session 4 — Uncovering Immigrant Origins through Cluster Research (Case Study)
In-person registration opens at 10:15 at the Eagle Branch, Indianapolis Public Library, 3905 Moller Road, Indianapolis. Fee. For online registration:

Mapping an Empire workshop
Mapping an Empire workshop  (Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society)
Friday, November 10
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - In person [English}
What are 18th- and 19th-century cadastral maps? Learn how to locate collections in archives, and how to interpret the maps for the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Discover tools to compare cadastral maps with current maps using various digital resources and to document where your ancestor’s house was located. Presented by Michelle Tucker Chubenko, AG. Maritime Institute of Technology, Linthicum Heights, Maryland. Details and registration.

MAGS Fall Meeting
MAGS Fall Meeting  (Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society)
Saturday, November 11
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - In person & online [English}
Eastern European Genealogy featuring Michelle Tucker Chubenko, CG. Please join us in person at the Maritime Institute of Technology, Linthicum Heights, Maryland and via Zoom for our fall conference. Details and registration.

“Discover Your Immigrant Origins” Do you ever wonder about your immigrant ancestors and where they came from? Are you curious about their journey to a new land and the challenges they faced along the way? In this presentation, we will explore the many resources and techniques available for discovering your 19th-20th immigrant origins.
“Fall 2023: What’s New in Eastern European Genealogy” The landscape of genealogical research in Eastern Europe is rapidly changing every day. Learn about the latest developments in which technology is making genealogical material more accessible for research in the historical areas of the Kingdom of Prussia, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and Imperial Russia.

“(Re)Building Your Eastern European Ancestral Village” Are you interested in reconnecting with your Eastern European heritage and learning more about your ancestral village? Explore the process of building a historical snapshot through published materials such as gazetteers, schematisms, directories and maps, to build the historical image of your ancestral town/village.
“Perfect Together: Facebook and Eastern European Genealogy" Facebook has revolutionized the way we connect with others and has become a powerful tool for genealogy research, especially in Eastern Europe. From topical Facebook groups and pages dedicated to Eastern European genealogy to strategies for connecting with distant relatives and finding new sources of information, we will discuss the importance of networking and collaboration within these genealogy communities and how Facebook can be used to connect you with others around the world who share your research interests.