Postal Address: c/- The Secretary International Settlers Group, Level B1 257 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000 AUSTRALIA
Chairperson / Hon Secretary: Yvonne Izatt
The International Settlers Group offers you:
Membership Subscription: $11.00 per year (inc GST) Application form
17 May “Researching My Polish Family History” by Eva Hogan
16 August AGM followed by Michael Rumpff “Researching my German Family History”
15 November – To be advised
The ISG does research for its subscribers and other interested parties, under the auspices of the Research Manager of the GSV and at the same rates, which are:-
Members $25.00 per hour (inc GST) Non Members $40.00 per hour (inc GST) + photocopying charges and postal charges where applicable. Please enclose sae for initial inquiry or IRC x 2. Address to Hon Secretary ISG or email
Non-British Research Starter Kits for Denmark; Sweden; Norway; Finland; Netherlands.
Starter Kits: $8.80 or $10.50 posted email
We are encouraging members to join in this scheme to help build up overseas records for the GSV Library
Would you like to share in the cost of a film / fiche / CD / Book ?
Donations may be made toward the cost of purchasing these items.
The German Map Guide Books identify the parish where an ancestor went to church in Germany, based on where they lived. They also give the Family History Library microfilm number for the parish records and this identifies nearly every city, town and place that included residents. Also they visually identify church parishes for Lutherans and Catholics within each district.
Next Volume - German Map Guide – Brandenburg I – RB Potsdam. This volume includes a total of 3,921 places – mostly towns, found in the Kingdom of Prussia, Province of Brandenburg, Regierungsbezirk Potsdam. This book also includes a master index to Volumes 41 through 42, which covers all of Brandenburg, Provence of Brandenburg, Kingdon of Prussia, West Prussia, East Prussia, Provence of Posen, Silesia.
Prices are: Soft Cover: USD $40.00
In just the last few years, researchers in Germanic family history have been learning about the great utility and value of reverse alphabetical indexes. To date, 14 volumes, each geared to a specific area of the Second German Empire, have been published.
Setting a new standard in self-help literature for German family history research, this book incorporates for the first time the following important elements:
www.feefhs.org Federation of East European Family History Societies
www.cyndislist.com World database of genealogy links
www.genealogienetz.de/genealogy.html German Genealogy & more
www.naa.gov.au National Archives of Australia
www.prov.vic.gov.au Public Record Office Victoria
www.niederweisel.com/ “The Nieder-Weisel Story”
www.niederweiselmemorial.com/ The Nieder Weisel Memorial
www.Croatia-in-English.com Croatian genealogy
www.agfhs.org.uk/ Anglo German Family History Society (UK)
www.jewishgen.org/databases/ JewishGen Databases
SCHLESWIG / HOLSTEIN