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Karl Kids Spouses1 About Us: Expert German Genealogist Team!If you have a budget for research, send your retainer to the PayPal.com account: MFHM1979@HOTMAIL.COM
Karl is a former USAFR Intelligence Officer who earned a Deserving Airman Commission after having faithfully served as a Minuteman Missile Communications Maintenance Technician, Utah Army National Guard Linguist, Interrogator, Debriefer Specialist & a USAF Reserve Intelligence Applications Technician (E-5 Staff Sergeant);

Oct 1975: Early honorable discharge to serve a 2-year (1976-77) honorable mission, for the Savior, to the Germany-Düsseldorf Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (yes, the so-called “Mormons”);

Karl is the very 1st person hand-picked for the highly successful albeit short-lived Paid Expert Ancestry.com Research Line (PEARL). Whom was selected 2nd for this elite research team? His wife, Lynell Sala.
Why? How about an 90% success ratio in either finding what subscribers sought or by getting them on the right research path!

Karl fielded the majority of the research-oriented calls & emails from Europe for Ancestry.de and helped numerous clients, friends, family & patrons to find their elusive globally-dispersed ancestors in not only Hamburg Passenger Lists, but also within Catholic & Evangelical Lutheran parish registers & in civil registration offices all over Europe.

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Want free genealogy research or earn $ for referrals?

Lynell & Karl have 157+ endearing endorsements on Linkedin. No, not connections & not “clicked-on” endorsement, but actual accolades, written kudos, (re)commendations & gratitudinals.

We are GermanGenealogist.com, but naturally do much more than just German. Since 1979, we’ve found thousands of data, documents & images on thousands of ancestral family members for hundreds of clients!

When the PEARL was tearfully disbanded, guess whom was selected as THE primary European Research Consultant for Ancestry.de?  Right–Karl!

When that, too, was dissolved, Lynell & I created http://www.GermanGenealogist.com

Best thing we ever did.

I offer you a 10% residual reward for referrals.  If you don’t think much about that, consider this: Two clients in the last 2 years have paid us $54,400. Had they been your referrals, that would have meant an astonishing $5,440 of research or cash from us!

We also offer a whopping 50% discount on your or your referral’s initial retainer for ancestry, genealogy & family history research. Folks, this is As Good As It Gets!

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Roan A. McClure   Mar 5, 2012: …German research? 25 yrs ago you were the best there was. Are you still? …

Matt Yancey mentioned you in a comment: “Rock on, King Karl-Michael Sala. Teamwork is what it’s all about.” “Linda, if you have German ancestry I know a guy that will help you. Karl-Michael Sala is a king at what he does.” Matt wrote: “If any of my friends are interested in a German Genealogist, I would recommend Karl-Michael Sala for help [with their German or East European Genealogy]. I plan on using him again when my budget allows.”

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14 Comments on About Us: Expert German Genealogist Team!

  1. vaughn filmore says:

    vaughn filmore vaughngo@aol.com
    I’ve been told that my mother’s uncle was Paul Hindemith the german composer, in otherwords My grandfather and Hindemiths Mother were brother and sister. How difficult would this be to find out and how expensive. I can be reached at 510-219-5985 Thank you

  2. In a subsequent phone conversation, Vaughn said he had been able to obtain some data from a cousin. He said he did not need any research, but would mail me a map of the German Empire. He subsequently emailed me various map images. Thank you, Vaughn. When you need a 2nd opinion, you get a free one from me. Limited to one hour only.

  3. Ben Blom says:

    Ben Blom benblom@sentlikejesus.com

    I am in South Africa. My ancestor first to arrive in the Cape was Barend Pieterz Blom in 1690. He was born in about 1666 in Wegenau, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and His father was (perhaps) Louis Francois Blom. Please can you help me with further information.

    Hi Ben, German Genealogy research is what we do for a living. Please email karlmsala@msn.com your financial commitment to this cause. We grant a 10% credit for retainers over $1,000. Please email a copy of the page within the source that gives “Wegenau.” Is it also available on some handwritten early document?

  4. Hi Ben, German Genealogy research is what we do for a living. Please email karlmsala@msn.com your financial commitment to this cause. We grant a 10% credit for retainers over $1,000. Please email a copy of the page within the source that gives “Wegenau.” Is it also available on some handwritten early document? When all the free help is exhausted–& so are you–please contact us. Generous 50% discount on your initial retainer. Gracious 10% reward for referrals. Time is short. Mail &/or email your data, documents & images along with your personal check or money order today. Karl Sala; 410 S SADDLE ST; GILBERT, AZ 85233-6810 USA

  5. Bren says:

    I was wondering about my german side of the family. the last name is Dahmer.

  6. Hi Bren! Hmm. We too are “wondering” how we can help you, because you provide NO target ancestor details & NO offer of payment. What’s a professional German Genealogist to do? General Dahmer research?

    Dahmers came from various parts of Germany. There. Does that make you happy? Of course not. Put your money & your name, address & phone # where your “wonder” is.

    We do great ancestral family research. We usually go & find specific data, documents & images that show YOUR ancestors–not just any DAHMERs in history. We don’t do general surname research. We loathe doing family crest research. So much so, that we will NOT do it.

    However, we will get you a crest for a geographic location, be it now city, district or state/province.

    Now then, email specifics to karlmsala@msn.com or call 1-888-456-7252.

    Karl-Michael Sala, GermanGenealogist.com & German Genealogist since 1979! Accredited Genealogist (Germany), 1984-1995.

  7. Brian says:

    I have a difficult one for you. Frederick C Knoff and Mary (Spears) Knoff, both born in Hannover 31 Jul 1820/06 Sep 1824 respectively. Immigrated to Canada 1845, had 4 children (Frederick William, John Henry, Mary A and Katharine (sp?)). This is all I have from family, stories, and some data. Once they leave Canada, it’s a breeze finding them. Otherwise, zip in Canada, zip in transport ships (possibly the Orion or Baltimore), and zip in Germany.

    The only other odd piece is a name that makes little sense. Ritter Von Staelic drei staten (or close to it). All I know is that the Black Forest used to be divided into states. The forest rangers of their time were kind of knights and given Ritter titles to reflect so. The 3 states bit appears to denote control/overwatch of 3 Black Forest states. However, short of tourist and hotel websites, there appears to be little information.

    I am more interested in the Frederick research. If you could contact me to discuss particulars, I would appreciate it.

  8. Hi Brian Knoff, baknoff@yahoo.com

    OK, based on what you’ve told us, we’ve already formulated a few functional & useful hypotheses.

    Since 1979, Difficult is what we have done for other amateur & professional genealogists. One difficult case was solved within $100. Another was $13,500. No, please do not send us $100.

    For the particulars, it appears you have a few thousand $ worth of research to be done. How many thousands can you afford? Too much? Sell something off. Offer to barter us your decent used or new products or services. What have you? No, I’m not kidding. It’s a new world out there.

    For a generous 50% discount on your initial retainer—twice as much—please email & mail your data, documents & dollars in the form of a personal check or money order to Lynell or Karl Sala; 1303 Pearl Field; San Antonio, TX. Make it as large as you can, so that you can get twice as much on it.

    Catch? Please tell us Precisely How, Where or From Whom you found us. Refer us someone & get a 10% residual reward toward research or $. Tell ‘em they, too, get a 50% discount on their initial research retainer if they tell us where they heard about us.

  9. angela webering lukavsky says:

    I would like to find out more on my grandfather, Theodore Webering, family who came from Germany. I know that my grandfather was born in Meppen, Germany in 1857. I would like a thorough study on his side of the family if possible. Also, how much would this endeavor cost me as well. Thank you. Angela Webering Lukavsky

  10. Hi Angela Webering Lukavsky Thank you for your interest in your ancestral family members. We believe they are interested in you-n-yours, too. Whether you also believe this, is immaterial. If our belief causes us to do great work for you & them, then so be it.

    Now then, pertinent to this family, precisely what data, documents & images do you already possess? Where can we view these online? Or, are you willing to email them or upload them online? If not, are you able & willing to copy & send them to us for review?

    If Evangelical Lutheran:
    Title Kirchenbuchduplikat, 1809-1875
    Authors Evangelische Kirche Meppen (KrSt. Meppen) (Main Author)
    Note Location Film
    Tote 1815 Geburten, Heiraten, Tote 1809-1811 FHL INTL Film 1272991 Items 3-4
    Geburten, Heiraten, Tote 1811-1814 Taufen, Heiraten, Tote 1853-1875 FHL INTL Film 1272992 Items 1-3

    COST? It appears some research will need to be done on-site. Five thousand to ten thousand dollars? Let us begin with the less-costly research in the USA. A few thousand?
    OMgosh, we wish we could do this complimentary, however, the world at large wants our money (airlines, archives, churches, landlords, merchants, stores, etc.). Most people have a few thousand $ worth of research to be done. How many thousands can you afford? Too much? Sell something off. Offer to barter us your decent used or new products or services. What have you? No, I’m not kidding. It’s a new world out there.

    For a generous 50% discount on your initial retainer—twice as much—please email & mail your data, documents & dollars in the form of a personal check or money order to Lynell or Karl Sala; 1303 Pearl Field; San Antonio, TX. Make it as large as you can, so that you can get twice as much on it.

    Catch? Please tell us Precisely How, Where or From Whom you found us. Refer us someone & get a 10% residual reward toward research or $. Tell ‘em they, too, get a 50% discount on their initial research retainer if they tell us where they heard about us.

    Wish to discuss your case? 1-888-456-7252 (24-hr toll-free #)

  11. linda graf says:

    it would help me tremendously to find out about my grt-grndmother she came from freiedrichest germany, a providence of poisen, married carl graf 1855 she was born in1835m he was born 1830 they lived in grabowa, providence of poisen. she used to be a tietz, and i believe her father was stephen not sure on mother. and if i could find out about carl graf, he died in 1869, family all immigrating to america. my grndfather in 1885, mom and twin sister in 1888. others were earlier. just to find out parents names of both, and maybe even their names of their parents. i dont know how much it would cost, let me know. thanks for your help by listening

  12. Hi Linda Graf ! Thank you for your interest in your ancestral German families. We would like to tremendously help you, too. We believe most–if not all–your ancestral families are caringly interested in you-n-yours, too. It matters not whether you believe this. If this loving notion causes us to do the best research we can in your behalf, then that is all that really matters–right?

    First of all: it sounds like you are talking about Posen (Poznan in Polish). Here is where you can view another one of our most successful research cases—ever. It just happens to be also from Posen: http://www.box.net/shared/mh9n6gzdev (Don’t let the funny letters disturb you; it’s real & it is great.)

    You’ll need to get Lynell & me more data on the family, including full names (as far as is known), places of residence & marriages, migrations in the USA, deaths & burials. Is this data already all online somewhere? Provide us a link: karlmsala@msn.com, mfhm1979@hotmail.com or mail hard copies along with a personal check of how ever many thousands you are able to afford.

    Our last two clients each gave an average of $10,000. You need not do that much. Could you do $5,000, $2,500 or even $1,000? We could also possibly barter or trade. What have you for used or new items &/or services? Or, what can you sell off from items you do not need?

    And, finally, seriously get with other family members–even those online with whom you are not acquainted! Tell ‘em you found a proven entity, a German Genealogy research couple who has found THOUSANDS of data, documents & images for THOUSANDS of ancestral family members for hundreds of clients.

    Karl has now 56+ endearing endorsements on Linkedin.com–& that’s just since 2008–& that’s just from folks who happen to be on Linkedin!

    Further, let your known & unknown family members that we are sincerely offering you a generous 50% discount on only your initial retainer! So, the more you can scrape up, the more for which you will get TWICE as much research & reporting. Our reports are so graphically huge & rich, they cannot be emailed. Instead, and better, we post them to Box.net, where you can supply your relatives a private link to view digital images 24/7 of our findings, just like the one above. In order to get access to the findings, please ask the relatives to contribute to the research fund. How much? Repeat what we asked you.

    We truly wish we could do this all for free, but that is not real. Where there is a will, there is a way, Linda {;>) or “Ya gotta wanna!”

    Lynell &/or Karl-Michael Sala
    Please call us 1-888-456-7252 karlmsala@msn.com

  13. joan shelley says:

    Glenn lewmans e-mail addres is glenn-leaman@ yahoo.com

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