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Yet another German Genealogy research case is cracked! This time the MANZ case: conceived, strategized & researched alone by Lynell Pierce Sala, our Research Director!

 (photo as a 1972 18-yr old) Karl-Michael Sala  writes:
 
Coming in “the front door,” its solution was NOT apparent.  But by her trying the side-door & that tiny basement window–so to speak–Lynell Pierce Sala solved this MANZ case!  Having used an online gazetteer for Saxony (Sachsen), Prussia (Preussen), Lynell Pierce Sala,  our Research Director, ascertained the Catholic parish for Flessau.  Not that she was looking for Catholics, but rather the Evangelical Lutheran Reformed Church (Evangelische Reformierte Kirche) records.  But because the Catholic records for Flessau were listed to be in Stendal, Sachsen, Preussen (Prussia), Lynell hypothesized that Flessau’s Lutheran Reformed church members may have been a part of Stendal’s parish.  Indeed.   You see, there is no gazetteer for the Reformed Records, but rather just the Evangelical Lutheran parishes. <FastForward>
 
BINGO!  There was the target ancestor, having been born on the exact day the client thought!  Lynell Pierce Sala single-handedly cracked the MANZ case for our South African client.  The client has been emailed & has been requested to send another retainer to continue that research in the available microfilms–& that’s in addition to continuing on-site research in Germany on a few of his other lineages.  10/29/2010 update:  Large retainer wire transfer is on the way!
 
Lynell would not post this, but I will. I am so proud of our Lynie! She is a crucial link in our Team at www.GermanGenealogist.com
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MAP: Germans in Eastern Europe5.png

FamilySearch Centers  From FamilySearch Wiki via  “Karl Sala” via probably G David Dilts of the FHL of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City  &/or Ann Roach, a private German Genealogist who has–just like me–volunteered many hours at the FHL in Salt Lake City & in FHCs other states & countries.  This, to help patrons with their German-American Genealogy & Euro-German Genealogy & global German Genealogy in other worldwide countries research.

 There were certainly several East European areas where Germans were residing which are not shown on this map.  E.g. many German Lutherans in Lithuania (Littau).  There, Lynell & Karl-Michael Sala skillfully & massively researched the difficult old German handwriting & German Genealogy of SCHWELLNUS (SZWELNUS), et al. for a client who resides in South Africa.  However, this demographic map is a good start.

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Description: Map of approximate locations of major German settlements in eastern Europe, including Baltic Germans, Banat, Batschka, Bessarabia, Black Sea Germans, Bukovina, Carpathian Germans, Caucasus, Crimea, Dobruja, Galicia, Ingermanland, Orenburg, Poland, Samara-Kuybychev, Sathmar, Swabian Turkey, Transylvania, Volga, and Volhynia.
Drawn by: Diltsgd (FamilySearch Wiki).
Date: Original 19 June 2008; updated 9 March 2009.
Source: Own work.
Permission: Public domain. I, Diltsgd [FamilySearch Wiki], the copyright holder of this work, hereby release it into the public domain. This applies worldwide. In case this is not legally possible: I grant anyone the right to use this work for any purpose, without any conditions, unless such conditions are required by law.

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Specific–albeit limited–Village Censuses of Germans from Russia forthcoming!

  For the people of the Deutsches Reich (German Empire), many emigrated also to Russia!  Here is just a PARTIAL map of an area whence thousands of Germans migrated.

For German Genealogy Research, we now have access to the 2ndary (tertiary?) typescript .pdf & .txt source,  1857 Census of Eckheim, Samara, Russia.   It is now added to our 24/7 online Box.net account.  Several more should be forthcoming.  These are Censuses of predominantly Germans from Russia.  They’ll be in typescript format, showing the last name in both German & in Cyrillic lettering.  If you would like access to that or have us research therein or elsewhere in Europe for you, please call; then email your specific request.  Mail your data, documents & images, along with your $100 – $10,000  personal check or money order to:

Lynell or Karl Sala; 1303 Pearl Field; San Antonio, TX 78245 USA

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Got Castles? Want Castles? OK, German Castle etchings or images?

RE: Our Link Exchange: CastleColors.com and GermanGenealogist.com
(for German Genealogy research)

Kimberley Reid ·Illustrator Artist – CastleColors.com — MissionPaintings.com — and — Graphic Designer — Digital-Design-Assoc.com

To: Karl-Michael SALA, Genealogist & Google Adwords Sales
Date: September 27, 2010

Hello [K]arl, Yes, a small banner ad of your logo would be best on my sites links section.

If you ever need any historical etching reproductions of German castles or other Euro countries, let me know. I have 17 German castles in stock:

— Cotrone Castle
— Ehrenfels Castle
— Falkenstein Castle *
— Heidelberg Castle *
— Hohenaschau Castle
— Imperial Castle
— Marksburg Castle
— Mouse Tower
— Neuschwanstein Castle
— Pfalz Castle
— Rüdesheim Castle
— Schwaneck Castle
— Stolzenfels Castle *
— Trifels Castle
— Unnoth Castle
— Welfen Castle
— Zwinger Castle

* multiple views of that castle. I know there are many other German castles I still need to collect. Over 500 Euro castles in total. Most listed on my page: http://www.castlecolors.com/contact-castle-etchings.htm

All my original scans are very high res and scale up into large posters nicely. We sell watercolor paintings of many castles too. My dream is to visit Germany and paint many of these castles on location. Have you visited many of these castles?

Nice to chat. Thanks. Kimberley www.CastleColors.com

Hi Cimberley{;>) I am Karl; not Carl (altho’ the check cashes either way). No, I was always concentrated & focused on cracking client German Genealogy research cases. I like, of course, the castles in Kassel, Hessen, Germany: The Herkules & the Loewenburg.

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GermanGenealogist.com has accepted a German Genealogy research case for a client from South Africa who wishes to establish dual citizenship.

Online Emigration (departure) Research
Online Emigration (departure) Research
The South Africa to Germany case is multi-faceted, multi-location, fascinating & challenging. We’ve already found one matriarch having departed Hamburg on the Hamburg Passenger Lists.

The huge South Africa back to Germany research case will require research off-site & on-site in various locations in Germany. Since 1979, over the last 3 decades, we’ve found THOUSANDS of data, documents & images on THOUSANDS of ancestral family members for HUNDREDS of clients! Since 1979, we’ve successfully research on-site, in-country in Germany & the Czech Republic 10+ times!

Therefore, Lynell & I are accepting only 1-3 more clients (depending on retainer size) for the upcoming research trip. Please make your inquiry-offer TODAY! Email karlmsala@msn.com & CALL Karl about your family history research case & your firm financial commitment: 1-602-503-0775 = 1-888-456-7252 (both 24-hr #s)
Retainers starting at $4,000 & up only. $1,000/day includes ALL costs & fees for two people working 12-16-hour days! If that is too pricey for you, then what used items or services have you to barter, sell or trade? You go & price air fare, auto rental & lodging expenses alone.

1+1>2? Yes, when we are in-country, you’ll have two caring researchers. We serve as built-in advisors, researchers & quality controllers for each other. Lynell challenges my hypotheses & makes me come up with more evidence & proof for my conclusions, methods or strategies. Any unused funds will be gladly applied to other international ancestry, genealogy & family history research.

To have received the ability to serve this big client, we offer gratitude & devotion to our webmaster, Paul A Johnson. In return, we get to care for, play with & watch his children, our grandchildren!

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Want to hire a German Genealogist for your German Genealogy? Go with a proven one: Karl-Michael Sala!

Karl-Michael Sala=The German Genealogist
Karl-Michael Sala = The German Genealogist
50% discount on your initial international genealogy research retainer! So, the larger your retainer, the bigger the research bang for your buck!

10% RESIDUAL (yes, on-going) research credit or commission paid out for referrals! Unheard of! But then, since 1979, Karl is always performing unheard of research practices & procedures. To wit, Karl is having “heard of” research successes for his global, international German genealogy research clients!

To wit: Since 1979, The German Genealogist, Karl-Michael Sala, has found THOUSANDS of data, documents & images on THOUSANDS of ancestral family members for HUNDREDS of clients, friends, family, patrons & himself !

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Massive old German handwriting translations for my own ancestry–what a concept!

Kassel-State Church-Archive
Kassel-State Church-Archive
Got German Genealogy? Email karlmsala@msn.com your query today. Time is short. Send your retainer today & get a 50% discount on your initial genealogy research retainer. The more you send, the more for which you will get TWICE AS MUCH RESEARCH! I am now slowly, albeit surely, translating the crucial words within the paper images of my Kassel-area, Hessen, Germany ancestral family entries from the Landeskirchlichen Archivs Kassel, Hessen, Germany. These are births, confirmations, marriages & deaths!

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Landeskirchlichen Archivs Kassel mails us 2 CDs of digital images of research we in January 2008!

Landeskirchlichen Archivs Kassel, Hessen, Germany (Deutschland)
Landeskirchlichen Archivs Kassel, Hessen, Germany (Deutschland)
Time is short. Are you finally ready for some serious USA, German-American, immigration or Euro-German, Prussian ancestral, genealogical, or family historical research? Landeskirchliches Archiv Kassel mailed us 2 CD-ROMs of my own German genealogy research we did over a year ago! Now, we have both hard copies & digital images of hundreds of ancestral entries of births, confirmations, marriages & deaths. These digital images are priceless because we can manipulate, edit, enlarge & enhance, share, email, post to websites, etc. This we also do for our clients?

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Using “Prussian Genealogist” as a search parameter, after more than a decade, a past client finds Karl-Michael Sala & hires him again!

Grant Sommerfeld, client of GermanGenealogist.com=Karl-Michael Sala=
Grant Sommerfeld, client of GermanGenealogist.com = Karl-Michael Sala =
September 12, 2009
Recommendations for International German Genealogist at GermanGenealogist.com

Grant Sommerfeld (client)
Grant hired you as a Genealogical Research in 1996 {1}
Top qualities: Great Results, Expert, High Integrity

“”Over a decade ago, I had the pleasure of hiring & working with Karl-Michael Sala, Accredited Genealogist (German), when I hit my first roadblock in my “Germans from Russia” genealogical research. I found his North American and European research, as well as his follow-up telephone & mail support to be excellent. Karl-Michael Sala, now a/k/a GermanGenealogist.com, helped get me onto the right track and my research has continued. I am now about to begin another phase of work with this professional and committed genealogist. Why? Because I found him by having done a search of “Prussian Genealogist.” It is his modus operandi to communicate well and spend extra time to obtain some good digital data, documents and images for his clients.”
Service Category: Genealogical Research Year first hired: about 1996

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Karl Schipper’s Endorsement for German Family History Research Done By Karl-Michael Sala!

Endorsement for Family History Research Done By Karl-Michael Sala,
Ancestral Germanic Genealogist since 1979! GermanGenealogist.com since 2008!

Having hired Karl-Michael Sala saved me dollars, efforts, frustration & research time! During 2007-2008, Karl and his wife, Lynell, meticulously researched my ancestral family members from several villages in and around Kreis Rastenburg in Ostpreussen (East Prussia), 1884 – 1741. I provided Karl the name of the ancestral village (Ploetnick) and sufficient data to provide the foundation of the family tree. Karl found them not only in Plötnick, but going back in time, he also ascertained and researched a few other nearby parishes or origin for other ancestral family members!

Karl is adamant about having a firm foundation upon which to work. This is because he has often found cracks or flaws in the research already done by the client. A firm foundation significantly reduces the risk of researching the wrong family, saving time and money.

The ability to obtain records from East Prussia is usually problematic, for many parish registers & churches of Prussia were destroyed during World Wars 1 and 2. In my case, Karl was able to locate microfilmed records right here in the USA for the target European locations. A cost-saving service Karl provides is to verify that records exist and that the family name is truly in the records–before he takes on the project!

Karl and Lynell do more than just provide data for a family tree. The records they locate usually contain other interesting facts that are given to the client. For example, one of my 4th great-grandfather’s, a widower, age 50. an innkeeper, marries my 4th great grandmother, age 23. Their first child was born 2 months later and they had an additional 5 children afterwards. This method of providing data makes the ancestors real–instead of just a series of dates and places. He also provided very detailed images (1:100,000) of pre-WW1 and modern maps showing locations of ancestral family members’ villages.

Karl provides detailed sources for each datum he provides. Foreign language documents written in the old Germanic Handschrift (digital or paper) are highlighted showing the data referred to. This provides documentation that assures even the unschooled client that the data Karl provides is accurate. He also provides names of web sites the client may be interested in perusing more about the history of the area of ancestral origin.

If a client wishes, Karl also takes on the role of research instructor. This allows the client to follow his work and learn the process he goes through. He is happy to share his research knowledge. As a Detroit auto engineer, who is a stickler for details, I am grateful to have learned much from Karl about the research process.

Karl Schipper

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