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Mohsau Mozow Poland Using 1866 Germany or rather, German Empire Gazetteer, The German Genealogist cracks yet another case.Encyklopädie der Erd-, Völker- und Staatenkunde
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Charmaine Carstens wrote: [Karl-Michael Sala went] From just a name [all the way] to a map of my ancestors place of origin is under two hours.[!] Thank you Karl-Michael.

Karl-Michael Sala replied: Ah, Charmaine Carstens, Gladly happened, they say in German. This is why I get paid the big blessings & sometimes even the big bucks. & this is precisely why I do not charge by the hour [for German Genealogy research]. Question: What makes you think I have the right place?

Charmaine Carstens: It’s a gut feeling. Just sounds right.

Charmaine Carstens: I stopped doing research for other people because people do not realize how much time it can take to find somebody. I’ve been looking non stop almost 14 years now for my grandfather without knowing anything more than what I started out with. I’ve spent weeks in various archives and nothing.

Mohsau Mozow Poland Using 1866 Germany or rather, German Empire Gazetteer, The German Genealogist cracks yet another case.

FamilySearch logo w family silhouette Ancestry.coms loss of The German Genealogist is a tragedy or a blessing?(Just in case you missed it, The German Genealogist has found for a client, indeed for Walter & Cathy Balmer)
MASSIVE CHURCH RECORDS AVAILABLE (FOR THE BALMER FAMILY) ON MICROFILM! https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/86491?availability=Family%20History%20Library
Church records, 1836-1987
Authors: St. Paul’s Evangelical Church (Louisville, Kentucky : United Church of Christ) (Main Author)
Format: Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Language: German English
Publication: Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987
Physical: on 6 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Notes Microfilm of originals at the church, Louisville.
Most of these records are in German with some English.
Includes indexes for many volumes.
Subjects
Locality Subjects
United States, Kentucky, Jefferson, Louisville – Church records
Location
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Film Notes (This family history center has 6 of 6 films/fiche.)
Note Location Collection/Shelf Film/DGS
Chronicles 1836-1841 Memberships, donations 1851-1860 Minutes 1852-1866 Trustees minutes 1860-1916 Council minutes 1898-1919 Family History Library United States & Canada Film 1531410 Items 7-11
Building committe minutes 1904-1908 Council minutes 1919-1928 Baptisms (Indexed) 1840-1850 Baptisms 1849-1859 Baptisms (Indexed) 1851-1857 Family History Library United States & Canada Film 1531411
Baptisms (Indexed) 1857-1884 (Last volume to p. 409) Family History Library United States & Canada Film 1531412
Baptisms (Indexed) 1874-1987 (first vol. from p. 408) Marriages (Indexed) 1841-1890 (last vol. to p. 309) Family History Library United States & Canada Film 1531413
Marriages (Indexed) 1871-1987 (first v. from p. 308) Deaths (Indexed) 1841-1922 Family History Library United States & Canada Film 1531401
Deaths (Indexed) 1923-1987 Confirmations, membership 1852-1980
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Karl-Michael Sala How ’bout them Kentucky German apples? It is indeed Amazing what The German Genealogist can do within 1 hour–even when Ancestry.com has a server down & is NOT available online. Right, Cathy Balmer & Walter H. Balmer Jr.?

Cathy Balmer I think Ancestry.com made the worst mistake in not keeping you on as an incredible asset to their Company!!! What a tragedy!!! Every time Walter and I are in your presence, I am in awe of your gifts and talents.

Karl-Michael Sala Thank you, Cathy Balmer for your kind words. That is because whenever we get together, the ancestral family masses gather around us & we find something substantial. I’d bet I will always continue to have a love/hate relationship with ACOM. Instead, people like YOU two get me as an able coach, counselor, researcher & friend. Things happen for a reason, I’m told. We’ll have to watch the big playback “video”–after this life…{:>) On more than one occasion, I have been called a “Miracle Man.” I have a huge legacy to live up to, along with keeping promises I made to those spirit personages I told you about today…
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Karl-Michael Sala on June 9th, 2014

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verification seal2 Czech (Tschechei; Bohemia (Böhmen), Sudetenland, et al.: Last year I ran into a conundrum, I was researching my husband’s maternal line, that starts in Chicago, Illinois, but has roots in Bohemia, or Czhechoslovakia, or today’s Czech Republic. The document I had may have been miswritten and I had a birth place called Pod Nizbohr. I was friends with the Germany/Prussia Genealogy Research and the Czechoslovakia Genealogy Research and I was researching some handwriting questions as well, so I thought I would ask Karl-Michael Sala concerning this mysterious location. He seemed to know instantly where the location was, and what area to search for records, and others on the same site that work with him, chimed in, by telling me that the public Czech archives, had not digitized them yet. He also helped me know where to look in the vast Cook County, Illinois, Family Search Archives of for other relatives. I had no idea how much more information there was to access or where to look, and Karl-Michael Sala and his team pointed me in the right direction. I now have a village in Bohemia, and a lot of more promising research to be done in the Chicago area. Because of Karl and his team, I found numerous extended family, and can look forward to finding more in that particular region once that information is public. Karl-Michael Sala gave me exact archives to research, maps, and specific data to look up, as well as being friendly, helpful and super patient with me, as I learned to new information, and how to use key tools to finding what I was looking for.

Annette Adams continued: I plan to ask him for more help in the future. Part of the reason family history has been so important to me, is because I want my children to know of not only of my German heritage, but also of their father’s American, Czech, Polish and Austrian heritage. To me, it is important that my children understand who they are, and where they came from and why, and how that relates to history when they are at school, learning about WWI and WWII and the responsibilities that come with being an American. Everyone in this country speaks one unifying language, and yet so many different cultures flow through us, giving different insights, and accomplishments to be proud of. I now know, that many of my children’s father’s male forbears served in all branches of the military. Knowing about these extended family members, has enabled me to reach out to the extended family, and when I asked my husband’s aunt about a few people, whom I have never met, only seen records for, she said, “Why yes, I do know that name, I haven’t heard it in over 40 some years.” I think that Karl-Michael Sala and his family are extraordinarily gifted and endowed with the kind of intelligence gathering skills needed to find people who tried to blend in, and disappear, especially during a time, when their very cultural heritage placed them at risk, even though they were completely loyal to their new country, forsaking their own language and becoming “American”.

Annette Adams posted elsewhere: Just so everyone knows, Karl-Michael Sala and his team have helped me find my husband’s hard to track Bohemian ancestors, in a short time. When I have a little extra, I will be asking him for more help. If you have German, or Czech ancestors, he and his team are excellent to work with. logo merchantcircle expert Czech (Tschechei; Bohemia (Böhmen), Sudetenland, et al.

Karl-Michael Sala on May 5th, 2014

No, this is NOT about ghosts. I believe some select ancestral family members (HUFFMAN) have been trying to lovingly call my name. Since I’m a bit off, this was accomplished today via my good wife, Lynell Sala. I need to get a 1692 christening record for his alleged father. This, from a town in which I had faithfully & gratefully served several months in 1976-77 as a missionary for Jesus Christ, i.e. via the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Prior to getting 1692, I am trying to document the father that was provided by a fellow descendant. If you know me, I need to see the original document or a digital copy of the birth of this Frederick William Huffman{:>) Then, how did they get the name of the place of origin in the Old World. Hmm… Family History Mysteries…{:>)

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Karl-Michael Sala on March 20th, 2014

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Prussia or Preussen in green showing pockets of nonPrussia German States 1871 1918http://wiki-en.genealogy.net/German_States_1871-1918

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