"Sally I have Schmaltz, Rausch, Mildenberger and Berg also in my tree. I have lots of Schmaltz so maybe if you could give me some names and I will see what I have.
On the Rausch I have a Theresia Rausch born November 18, 1772 in Dielheim,…"
"I have visited ahsgr many times, but am not having much luck finding any connections. I wish I was a member. Geat site tho. I have learned a lot about the history of the Volga area. Thanks to you Becky. Sally"
"A very good resource is the web site for the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia. I'm not currently a member of the AHSGR, but my Dad is. The web site is free and has a lot of good info. I'll look around for other resources…"
My interest lies in the Volga area, and in trying to find how my families came toRussia. and when they did so.I have SCHMALTZ TO CO AND NM, RAUSCH, MILDENBERGER, BERG etc. Are there any records that exist about just what families went to Russia, from where in Germany etc. will willingly share what family info I have, mostly after arrival in the states. Sally DavisSee More
"Marilyn, My German Russians came to the US in 1900 thru 1930. They settled in Colorado and New Mexico. My Mildenberger was Margaret, married to George Schmaltz .May be a connection somewhere, but would propbably take some digging. That's what…"
"I also am searching for Germans from Russia, some born in Marienberg. Have some info I would glad share. I am quite ignorant about the research in this area, about how to verify,a dsearch further back into Germany and how and when the families of…"
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