Genealogy begins as an interest; Becomes a hobby; Continues as an avocation; Takes over as an obsession; And, in its last stages, is an incurable disease! DOELL matriarchal lineage extended for our client, Lois Jurss!
Via our search engine optimization (SEO) rankings, along with our numerous endorsements on LinkedIn.com, Lynell & Karl Sala are beginning to serve more international Germanic & Prussian ancestry, genealogy & family history research clients. Can’t find your European ancestor in an online or offline record? Email us your dilemma, inquiry, problem, query. We have a very high success ratio! Guarantee? Our best efforts!
Post all known details of your USA, CANADA, UK, GERMAN or EUROPEAN ancestry, genealogy or family history mystery. Anyone may reply to assist you. To get the most from your query, please follow these guidelines:
FOCUS: Do NOT enter all surnames you are seeking!
Do NOT include your entire genealogy!
Be sure to include ALL given names of only ONE person!
If known, DO include his/her spouse, children, parentage. Include years & places of birth, marriage, states of residence during the decennial census years & death. If unknown, give a likely place or year.
CAVEAT RESEARCHOR! If you omit something that is known, you waste someone else’s time & jeopardize the success in your behalf! Family history can become very addicting!
Posted by GermanGenealogist
|October 17, 2008|
“As a member services consultant at Ancestry[.com], in addition to his regular [Ancestry.de German Genealogy online research] customer service responsibilities, Karl-Michael [Sala] provided helpful feedback on the quality of Germanic databases. He also contributed to the improvement of some of the index data quality, particluarly for Germanic locality data. [Karl Sala] is focused not only on the immediate task, but on the larger picture, and aims to not only solve the immediate need, but also contribute to a better overall experience. [Karl Sala] communicates promptly and effectively, and is pleasant to work with.” October 13, 2008 Joe Everett, Content Manager, Ancestry.com worked with Karl-Michael at Ancestry.com
Gerhard Ruf, Community Operations Specialist, The Generations Network
Google’s SE still has us at #2! We shall soon be adding a search template for clients to be able to order hard-to-find ancestral online census & immigration images! Of course, clients shall still be able to order on-site or off-site, on-line or off-line German Genealogy research from us. Also orderable will be onsite Germanic Genealogy research, for that includes Germans from not only Germany proper, but also from other European countries!
SALABRATE AGAIN! As I am wont to say: “Stunning!”
Thanx to Paul A. Johnson’s knowledge & skill with Search Engine Optimization (SEO), along with my blogging, Karl Sala’s ever-improving GermanGenealogist.com German Genealogy website is now #2 on Google Search Engine!
Goal: surpass those in the #1 position!
26 August 2008 FamilySearch.org has updated its database of 1870 US Census records and added two new databases with West Virginian info this week to its online pilot program at pilot.familysearch.org. The new additions represent over nine million new names. There are now over 477 million searchable names on the pilot site.
The pilot program has attracted thousands of volunteers who are extracting family history info from digital images of historical documents. The info they are identifying is then added to databases that are available for family history enthusiasts worldwide to access.
Current indexing projects include the 1920 U.S Census, 1869 Argentina Census, 1930 Mexico Census, 1945 Florida State Census, Louisiana Deaths, German Church Records [These are the ones we have used for our client, Lois J.], Italy Church Records, Spain Church Records, Venezuela Church Records and Nicaragua Civil Registration Records.
FamilySearch.org is maintained by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and provides resources and info for people worldwide to research their family trees.
September 15, 2008 “When we worked together at MyFamily.com and later at The Generations Network, Karl was known for his ability to find Ancestors when everyone else would hit dead-ends. Karl is a pleasure to work with and clearly a magician at finding genealogical lines and names.” Hiley Kitto, Content Editor, The Generations Network (MyFamily.com)