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The German Genealogist = Karl-Michael Sala = www.GermanGenealogist.com

Tired of just posting & surfing for your German Genealogy? Not getting anywhere? Finally ready to hire a proven pro' (ex-Ancestry.de Euro-German research consultant) to save you effort, frustration, time & $ ? Email your query & get a whopping 50% discount on your initial online or microfilm research retainer! karlmsala@msn.com

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2011 (mid-year report): NEW MILESTONES!

Lynell & I now have 63+ kind kudos on Linkedin.com--& that's just since 2008--& that's just from folks who happen to be on Linkedin! Many more from other onliners & off-liners! We are…Continue

Tags: Poland, Bayern, Württemberg, Schlesien, Silesia

Started by Karl-Michael SALA Jul 1, 2011.

NEW RECORD SET! GermanGenealogist.com cracks 10 cases in records of 10 places!

 NEW RECORD SET! Since Memorial Day 2010, GermanGenealogist.com's Karl-Michael & Lynell Sala crack 7 cases in records of 7 places!Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Atlantic Ocean & the USA!  Got…Continue

Tags: lineage, Ahnenforschung, Ancestry, Genealogy, Prussia

Started by Karl-Michael SALA Aug 1, 2010.

Time is short! Get your limited time 50% discount TODAY!

To all German Genealogists, amateur or professional !TIME IS SHORT, so, How would it be to get help from a proven research couple & their international team?830) Genealogy research pro' since…Continue

Started by Karl-Michael SALA Oct 24, 2009.

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Comment by Karl-Michael SALA on August 16, 2013 at 9:45pm

Lynell & I are now at 150+ endearing WRITTEN endorsements on http://www.Linkedin.com/in/GermanGenealogist
How many do you need to realize that this is a phenomenal Germany, et al. European countries Genealogy research couple?

Why, yes, since 1979: Karl has cracked hundreds of cases. Some folks have actually paid him for the data, documents, efforts, images, results, skill & time{:>)

Comment by Karl-Michael SALA on November 9, 2011 at 3:47am

We are now at 70+ commendations on Linkedin.

 

When the FS & other internet options end, and you need some German help, contact www.GermanGenealogist.com.

 

Each month, Lynell & Karl-Michael Sala are shattering old records & replacing them with new milestones.  Just this year, they've cracked cases in Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine.

 

Ask for a whopping 50% discount on your initial online or microfilm research retainer.

 

You may PayPal MFHM1979@HOTMAIL.COM your retainer from $1,000 to $10,000.

 

Expensive?  No, Ma'am.  We find in one day what most folks don't find in a lifetime.  Expensive is when you spend 30 years just looking for what we find in one month.

 

Questions? 480-507-3316 = 1-888-456-7252

 

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Comment by Karl-Michael SALA on July 1, 2011 at 11:01pm

Lynell & I now have 62+ kind kudos on Linkedin.com--& that's just since 2008--& that's just from folks on Linkedin!  We are busy "drinking from the well" of original records. In just the first half of 2011, we have already set a new milestone in that we've now found more ancestors in more locations in less time for even just ONE client--THAN EVER!  1,000 images digitally preserved; many uploaded to both Ancestry.com to the clients' trees; most to Box.net, where the client reports are retrievable by anyone with whom we share the link!

 

AND: On 30 June 2011, we cracked two cases in Poland, i.e. Tscheschen-Glashütte, Schlesien, Preussen.  The client cried twice--once when I ordered the microfilms; once when we found the male & female target ancestors: JANITZKI, et var & KRAUSE !  So much to do; so little time... http://www.germangenealogist.com/?page_id=2

Comment by Karl-Michael SALA on March 19, 2011 at 9:26pm

I now have 53+ endearing endorsements on Linkedin.com--& that's just since July 2008--& that's just from folks on Linkedin! I have many more from offliners. Who's #54?  You tell me. Since Memorial Day 2010, Lynell & I've cracked 10+ cases while setting new personal bests in research hours & retainer amounts received!  Refer us someone & get a 10% residual reward. 1-888-456-7252

Comment by Karl-Michael SALA on August 2, 2010 at 9:44pm
I now have 45+ endearing endorsements on Linkedin.com--& that's just since 2008--& that's just from folks on Linkedin! I have many more from offliners.
Comment by Karl-Michael SALA on August 2, 2010 at 9:41pm
FIVE Census records found for Fae, our newest member! 1930, 1920, 1910 ,1900, 1880! Isn't that great news? She owes me NOTHING for that work. However, if she would like analyzed, annotated, enlarged & templated images of those records, there is a reasonable fee expected. I regret that people actually want me to pay for the items I select from the grocery store & that my landlord really wants me to pay rent. If you are interested in some expert counsel & research, please email karlmsala@msn.com GermanGenealogist.com 1-888-456-7252
Comment by Steve Baldock on October 23, 2009 at 5:37pm
Sorry, forgot to add that the family appear to have changed their name (officially or otherwise; have not yet determined) during the First World War years to HAUGHTON ...
Comment by Steve Baldock on October 23, 2009 at 5:36pm
Has anyone come across HAGESTADT or know the best way to research ancestors from Oldenburg?
I have traced some of my dad's cousin's ancestry back to John Arendt HAGESTADT and his brother Henry, born in Oldenburg, who came over to England some time between 1807 and 1843.
Comment by Karl-Michael SALA on July 22, 2009 at 12:34am
Hi Debbe, Thank you for your persistence in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. By taking that mind-set, I have solved cases that others said could not be solved! There are never any guarantees, but try we must, by going into the side-door or even the basement window if necessary{;>)

So, OK, order Gemeindelexikon Schlesien. FHL call number 943 E5kp [that's a book, so you have to order instead FHL film number 491042]. Look in the back of the book, i.e. microfilm, to find Klein Lauersitz in the index. It will tell you the chapter & entry # within that chapter.

Once you find the specific listing for Klein Lauersitz, then over to the far right (usually the next page over), it will give the name of the Evangelical Lutheran & Catholic parish town names that were responsible for Klein Lauersitz. Tell me what those two names are. Better: Email me a scanned copy.

Were your target ancestors Lutheran or Catholics?

These several posts will now conclude your complimentary initial consultation. For further advice or consultation or research, please send a retainer from $100 to $1,000, depending on how much time you wish to have me at your service{;>)

Karl-Michael Sala = GermanGenealogist.com karlmsala@msn.com
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Comment by Debbe Hagner, AG on July 21, 2009 at 4:02pm
I understand those records were destroyed so there is NO LDS films I can used..

Just tell me what films to order and I will do it.. but you can see the information online... that I have on the Helbig.. Any other suggestion I would be happy to hear.. I am open to IDEAS...

I have Kleinlauersitz (Luboszyce Male) Prov Leszczynskie?
Herrnlauersitz (Luboszyce)
Irrsingen(Iradze)
Schabenau(zabin , Poland)
Urschkau
Oderbeltsch (Belcz Wielki)
Briese

I have written to Warsaw - no records
I realized that there was a war but there must be SOME paper TRAIL...

I can't find WHEN Karl Friedrich Ernst HELBIG and Maria Emilie SCHWARZ DIED... I was told that all the GERMAN were force to LEAVE Poland after WWII... So where did they GO....

I am running out of Ideas... I EVEN wrote to the International RED cross - thinking that they might be war prisoniers or something... They didn't find any records...
 

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