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Verbal & written letters of Commendation, Endorsement, Gratitude, Kudos, Praises & Wows from associates, clients, coaches, managers, patrons & prospects!

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

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, 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! 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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Endorsement by Lois Jurss, a client with Prussian ancestry & genealogy!

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From: Lois [Jurss] (
Sent: Tue 6/02/09 4:30 PM
To: Karl and Lynell Sala (

[Hi Karl!] Here is something I sent to my genealogy buddies –

For me my brick wall was for my maternal ancestry. You see[,] my [Reinhol(d)(t) Horn, his wife & children] great grandparents all immigrated to the US around 1860.

I knew everything as far back as them getting on the boat to come [to the USA]. What I could not do was research that involved going back in to Prussia. If any of you have previously tried to do this, you would have learned that there is much more than a language barrier.

In 1920, Germany officially changed the alphabet. As if reading any old handwritten document isn’t challenging, try using a different language in an alphabet [and handscript] that has been changed. Several years ago I asked some people that I worked with to read something handwritten in [the old] German [handwriting]. They explained to me that only a few of the very old Germans know how to read this.

And so I had given up on making any further finds overseas.

[In 2007, by telephone, I was referred to] a man who is a [long-time, proven] professional German genealogist. [Based on the data I gave him of what I already knew about my immigrant ancestral family, Karl-Michael Sala aka] told me that he could make progress where I had made none. [I was pleasantly surprised that Karl even asked me in advance as to whether I would compensate him IF he found the place of origin for my ancestor! I agreed. I passed on my information and He clearly found it, so I paid him the reasonable fee, for he was extremely successful within just four hours’ research.]

He found my mother’s grandfather and several more family members [having been born, married & died] in Prussia. Where they live in today’s world is actually [now known as] Poland. So again, there is a huge complexity here to understand[, i.e.] not only the written language but the many border changes [in several modern-day countries of Eastern Europe of what was Prussia & partially what we all now call “Germany.”]

He also worked on my mothers maternal line (KREUDER) and was able to find information that is just amazing. The end result is a book that detailed my ancestry and even has [digital graphically embedded images] of the original documents.

I offer this letter to you all as testament to a very [personable,] talented and professional researcher[: Karl-Michael Sala aka 602-503-0775 = 1-888-456-7252 (both 24-hr #s; leave a detailed message]

Lois Lynn Jurss

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Via our Yahoo search engine optimization (SEO) rankings, along with numerous endorsements on, Lynell & Karl Sala have begun to serve more international Germanic & Prussian ancestry, genealogy & family history research clients.  Can’t find your Euro-ancestor in an online/offline record?  Email us your dilemma.  We have an extremely high success ratio!  GUARANTEE?  You betcha!  Our best efforts!  If you’d like SEO service for your URL, email my webmaster, Paul Andrew Johnson:

Share This Post is now the #1 MSN SEO’d site for a private German or Prussian Genealogy Researcher!

Via our search engine optimization (SEO) rankings, along with our numerous endorsements on, 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!

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Yahoo Best Answers for GermanGenealogist:  138 points   Level 1    25%  Best answer (2; but one was deleted for my having revealed that I do German ancestry, genealogy & family history research for a living.  I will not apologize for the great works we do.  The shame goes to a misguided human at Yahoo Answers for having deleted one of my “Best Answers.”)

Comments from the “Best Answer” awarder whose Answer by Karl was deleted:

June 2008:  Marie wrote:  Thank you Karl for your help [with having provided me with specific death data on a target person & how to obtain his death certificate via] – everyone else seemed to be on a soap box but you – what an asset you are to Y[ahoo A]nswers!

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Karl-Michael Sala now has 19 endorsements on!

Each professional endorsement gives a slightly different angle, but should you wish to only read one, pick the tell-tale one by David Johnston, former USAF pilot & one of two of Karl’s hiring managers.  Why?  It encompasses most of what the others endorsed about this Professional German Genealogy Research expert!

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Larry Childs, Internat’l Product Manager endorses Karl Sala!

“Karl’s ability in the German language and his knowledge of German genealogy are both excellent!” July 14, 2008   Larry Childs, International Product Manager, The Generations Network worked with Karl-Michael at [ &]

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