Welcome to Genealogy-SH.COM
Genealogy in Schleswig Holstein, Germany
Former access to genealogical databases e.g.: family trees, passenger lists, online searchable emigrant listings, and a lot more.
The most of this websites were published from 1999 up to 2004.
During the last years a lot has changed in the German and European Law about online publishing, and because of that I had to delete several of by websites.
Maybe some of them will be online again in 2021/2022.
Schleswig-Holstein to America in 1636-1667 <<<
New in 2003
Professor Doctor Eng. Klaus Timm wrote this article about the first known emigrants from Schleswig-Holstein to New Amsterdam (New York) in 1636-1667. You find the names of the first 75 emigrants here.
And you can look at a map of the year 1656 of this area.
Emigrants list by surname
Professor Doctor Eng. Klaus Timm researched the emigrants of the families:
STOLTENBERG 1850-1870 <<< new in February 2004 <<<
TIETJEN 1850-1870 and
by using the passenger lists of the Hamburg Staatsarchiv
AGGSH e.V. in Schleswig Holstein
data banks online (e.g. Census and Emigration)
The AGGSHe.V. is a non profit society of historians and genealogists with these aims:
- jointly undertake intensive research of emigration from Schleswig-Holstein and to publish the results;
- transcribing the Schleswig-Holstein Census registers of 1769 to 1860 and to make them freely available as data banks;
- furthering German-Danish and German-American cooperation in the fields of historical and genealogical research;
- cultivating a close cooperation with the provincial, federal, church and regional archives to the extent that their records may be accessed within the framework of AGGSH projects.
The owner of this site is:
Hans Peter Voss
Genealogical Research in Schleswig-Holstein
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last work on this
site: 08. February 2021
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