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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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  1. Robert Rost

    I am trying to find information on a “Johan Rost” who left Tannheim, Wurtenburg [Karl edits: actually, more likely, Wuerttemberg], Germany in 1854 and landed in Baltimore Maryland. Would like to find his ancestors.

  2. Hi Robert or Bob Rost, Thank you for your interest in your ancestors.

    Whether you agree, matters not, but we believe they are interested in you-n-yours, too{;>)

    To discuss your Wuerttemberg case–along with some ways & means to finance our usually highly successful research–please call me: 602-865-9695 or toll-free 888-456-7252. At this point, just how much effort, frustration, money & time have you spent trying to find this data?

    The good news is that the records for that area of Germany are amongst the best & most available & productive! If feasible, tell us where we can view your family tree online.

    Then email us more details about Johann, his siblings, parents, spouse, migrations, etc. karlmsala@msn.com; salabrate@msn.com (do both).

    Lynell & I hope to become your research servants.

    Refer others to us & earn a 10% credit to your research account.

    And, finally, you get a whopping 50% discount on your initial research retainer!

    Lynell &/or Karl-Michael SALA ! Since 1979: Ancestry Family Genealogy History Researcher (USA, Euro-Germanic & German-American, Immigration & Emigration)

    karlmsala@msn.com http://www.GermanGenealogist.com (Search Engine Optimized{;>) thanks to paj@webondb.com

    410 S Saddle St; Gilbert, AZ 85233-6810 USA
    PHONE 602-865-9695 (24-hr; lv msg) or 1-888-456-7252
    50+ (yes, fifty!) ENDEARING ENDORSEMENTS online since just July 2008!
    http://www.Linkedin.com/in/GermanGenealogist
    Scores more received offline!

    99% success ratio of having FOUND & digitized USA, UK, Euro-Germanic, Germany & Prussia online &/or offline data, documents & images: historical data, documents & images on THOUSANDS of ancestral family members for HUNDREDS of INTERNAT’L CLIENTS (celebrities, dirt & pig farmers & politicians; but mostly senior-aged ladies)!

    Karl is THE very 1st person hand-picked for the former Ancestry.com Paid Expert Ancestry Research Line (PEARL)!
    Karl, former Europe & Germany Primary Research Consultant: fielded majority of research-oriented calls & emails from mainland Europe for Ancestry.de[utschland]!
    Highest-rated internat’l genealogist on Military.com & the ONLY German Genealogist on Military.com
    NO FIND? NO FEE! Provide your inquiry request; make offer (no less than $1,000) We’ll accept, reject or counter-offer.

    “Lynell & Karl! Quick! Please help me find my ancestors–before I become one!” –a young client
    “Expensive? No, Ma’am. Expensive is when you spend 30 years and much expense just TRYING to find what we often DO find in ONE DAY!” –Karl Sala

    On your initial retainer, take a 50% DISCOUNT off prices shown below (get twice as much)!
    Can’t find a specific data, document or image yourself?
    Hire us @ $50/hr ($500 – $50,000 retainer requested; $50 minimum for ONE search).
    No mun? Offer us or sell something you don’t need! We also take pre-approved barter, cash, checks, trade, etc.

  3. emma meyer

    How much does It cost to trace your german ancestry?They lived In wisconsin I would like my family history traced back four generations If you can help Iwould appreciate it schoolredhouse@yahoo.com

  4. Hi Emma Meyer! Our clients say it doesn’t cost–it PAYS–to have us do your research for you. We prevent our clients from barking up the wrong trees & digging at the wrong roots. It costs us at least 1 hour of time & once in a blue moon, we never solve the case. Most folks have thousands of $ of German Genealogy to be done. How many thousands can you afford? How many thousands of $ worth of your time have you already put into it? If we can find what you seek, what would that be worth to you? Please call 1-888-456-7252 to discuss your case, but ONLY AFTER having emailed karlmsala@msn.com the data you know.

  5. Michael Seamon

    Greetings Karl-Michael Sala;
    I am trying to find information on my ancestor, whom I have traced back to Germany. I have many documents, photos, stories, etc; regarding his life here in the United States, but at this point, I cannot find any info from his life from Germany. None of the documents contain his parents names. Again, I have documented and authenticated most all records of his life and his family here in the United States. I do not need that information. I’m only interested in his life in Germany and German roots.

    His name in the US was most often listed as Fielding Seamon, although sometimes, it appears as “Seaman(s)”, “Seeman”, and “Seemans”, He immigrated from Germany, from the Hessen area, via Bremen-Bremerhaven . In his application for American citizenship in 1848 in Gibson County, Indiana, USA, he states that he is a native of Dassen in the Province of Hessen, and departed from Bremerhaven on 03 November 1835 and arrived in the USA at the Port of New Orleans on 03 January 1836. It does not indicate upon which ship he sailed. The document, dated 02 March 1848, states that he is 27 years of age. Cemetery records indicate that he was born in Germany 18 December 1820. In this request for US citizenship, he denounces fidelity and allegiance to Louis the Second of Hessen Cassel in Germany.

    This record is in two parts: The afore-described being his application in March of 1848, and the second being two years later in March of 1850, with him being granted citizenship at that time.

    It is my understanding that passenger lists for those dates, from the Port of Bremen, have been destroyed many years ago. In some archives, that are based on the 1848-1850 citizenship documents, it states that he is listed in passenger and immigration records from 1845-1850. Again this is the immigration record, as I have the court documents that state that he applied for citizenship at that time, but he departed Germany in 1835 and arrived in New Orleans in 1836. This would have him being age 15 at the time of his immigration. Family stories from some ancestors state that he traveled to the US alone, and that he was sent the money by a half brother, although no name is known and these details have not been authenticated.

    I can provide all of his marriages, children, etc; in the United States, dates, documents, etc, but I need the info from Germany. Again, none of the documents contain his parents (In Germany) names.

    Any assistance or advice on how to proceed will be appreciated.

    Sincerely;
    Michael Seamon

  6. Hi Michael Seamon,

    Thank you for your interest in your ancestors. Whether you agree, matters not, but we believe they are lovingly interested in you-n-yours, too{;>)

    Thanks for your phone call. As you requested by phone, we removed your phone # from our website, but have preserved it in our own files.

    The good news is we have done about an hour’s worth of work & ascertained that the records for Dassen’s parish are available! They are not in Dassen itself. To research your Dassen, Hessen, Preussen case, we’ll be glad to go directly to the archives which house the appropriate records. Lynell & I have found hundreds of ancestral family members at those archives, for it is where my own ancestors’ records are archived. No, they are not available on microfilm. This particular Hessen church administration was avidly averse to anyone else microfilming their records.

    Yes, as we discussed, it is nice to know that your case is indeed workable. Just how much effort, frustration, money & time (10 years, you say?) have you spent trying to find this data?

    Tell us where we can view your family tree online. If not online, please email it to us: karlmsala@msn.com

    When you are ready, just send a personal check or money order so that we can get your case prepped for deep research. We’ll do all the tasks that we can do right here in the USA.

    Lynell & I hope to become your research servants.

    Refer others to us & earn a 10% credit to your research account.

    And, finally, you get a whopping 50% discount on your initial online research retainer!

    Lynell &/or Karl-Michael SALA ! Since 1979: Ancestry Family Genealogy History Researcher (USA, Euro-Germanic & German-American, Immigration & Emigration)

    karlmsala@msn.com http://www.GermanGenealogist.com (Search Engine Optimized{;>) thanks to paj@webondb.com

    410 S Saddle St; Gilbert, AZ 85233-6810 USA
    PHONE 602-865-9695 (24-hr; lv msg) or 1-888-456-7252
    50+ (no, now 58+!) ENDEARING ENDORSEMENTS online since just July 2008!
    http://www.Linkedin.com/in/GermanGenealogist
    Scores more received offline!

    99% success ratio of having FOUND & digitized USA, UK, Euro-Germanic, Germany & Prussia online &/or offline data, documents & images: historical data, documents & images on THOUSANDS of ancestral family members for HUNDREDS of INTERNAT’L CLIENTS (celebrities, dirt & pig farmers & politicians; but mostly senior-aged ladies)!

    Karl is THE very 1st person hand-picked for the former Ancestry.com Paid Expert Ancestry Research Line (PEARL)!
    Karl, former Europe & Germany Primary Research Consultant: fielded majority of research-oriented calls & emails from mainland Europe for Ancestry.de[utschland]!
    Highest-rated internat’l genealogist on Military.com & the ONLY German Genealogist on Military.com
    NO FIND? NO FEE! Provide your inquiry request; make offer (no less than $1,000) We’ll accept, reject or counter-offer.

    “Lynell & Karl! Quick! Please help me find my ancestors–before I become one!” –a young client
    “Expensive? No, Ma’am. Expensive is when you spend 30 years and much expense just TRYING to find what we often DO find in ONE DAY!” –Karl Sala

    On your initial retainer, take a 50% DISCOUNT off prices shown below (get twice as much)!
    Can’t find a specific data, document or image yourself?
    Hire us @ $50/hr ($500 – $50,000 retainer requested; $50 minimum for ONE search).
    No mun? Offer us or sell something you don’t need! We also take pre-approved barter, cash, checks, trade, etc.

  7. Jarrod W. Van Kirk

    Hello, I would like to know your fee structure. I am interested in seeing a listing of costs and what services you offer.

    Thank you,

    Jarrod

  8. Hi Jarrod W. Van Kirk ,

    Hmm. Since 1979: TENS OF THOUSANDS found. Since 2011: THOUSANDS FOUND in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Prussia, Russia, Ukraine, et al.! If you want my hourly rate, as of January 2012, it does not exist. 50% of my time is pro bono. That means, I give my clients twice what they pay for & I charge about half as much as Ancestry.com’s research arm, http://www.progenealogists.com. Go ahead, check ’em out. So, if you read that right, you’ll get about a 75% discount from whatever Ancestry.com charges.

    Sound too good to be true? It gets better: We often give you twice as much as what they give you! We do it everyday, even giving away thousands of $ worth of research totally pro bono, i.e “for the good.” So, no it is not too good to be true.

    On the other hand, if I could find what you seek in as little time as 2 minutes, would it really matter even if I were to charge $1,000/hr. ? I don’t, but I could in many cases. One client offered & GLADLY paid out her promise of $1,000 if I could find precisely where in Poland her ancestor originated. I did: Trzciel, Poznan, Polska = Tirschtiegel, Posen, Preussen. Was she mad about that? Is she rich? Heck, no. Because I am a proven entity, Lois Jurss has hired me much more since then!

    Lynell & I have a very high success ratio & 88%+, yes eighty-eight % online endearing endorsments on Linkedin.com–& that’s just since 2008–&; that’s just from folks who happen to be on Linkedin.com. Link with me there & perhaps you can become endorsement #89. So, if we want your endorsement, your repeat business & your referrals, what do you think is our guarantee? Our best efforts & more than that for which you’ll pay! Jarrod, this is, as Jack Nicholson would say, “As Good As It Gets.”

    Now then, PayPal as much of a retainer as you can to MFHM1979@HOTMAIL.COM, but send me or email us digital images of data, document & images you have. If you have an Ancestry.com tree, invite karlmsala@msn.com as an editor to your tree. That is how you can get the biggest bang for your buck from us, Jarrod W. Van Kirk! Or, are you just kicking tires?{:>) Either way, we aim to please. You aim, too, please.

    I serve also as The Ancestry Intelligence Agency. Now then, I expect to get an email reply from you of your plans. You cannot beat my price, & rarely, if ever, my results.

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