The Evangelisches Gemeindeblatt für Groß Rambin is available through the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Digitale Bibliothek for the years 1927-1929. According to WorldCat.org, the evangelical community newsletter is available through 1932, though only the aforementioned years have been digitized. This newsletter served the church community of Groß Rambin which was a member of the larger church community in […]

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The Old Lutheran community of Darsin in Kreis Stolp has been digitized by the Mormons and can be found here on FamilySearch.  Villages included for these years are Darsin, Sochow (not to be confused with Sorchow near Groß Garde), Grumbkow, and others from 1847-1875. These records were originally listed incorrectly by the Mormons as belonging […]

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The Pommerscher Greif just published that the Ortsfamilienbuch Demmin is now available online. Currently, the entries only consist of the years 1860-1900 from the military church book. More is to be added with time through future updates and corrections. A translation of David Krüger’s description can be read below. The first Prussian garrison in Demmin […]

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I wanted to take the opportunity to thank those who helped MyPomerania.com raise $65 these last two months. This is almost half of the operational expenses for a year! Your outpouring has been generous, and as the editor of this site, I appreciate the help to offset hosting costs. The plan is to continue adding […]

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At the time of writing this article, there is close to a terabyte of data on Axis History regarding digitized, available rolls of microfilm. Many of these detail World War II, including armies, panzer groups, divisions, Waffen S.S. formations, and occupational forces. Of these, the most important digitized resource that may help some is the […]

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As previously mentioned, the National Archives (NARA) in College Park, Maryland holds a great deal of information to the family researcher. After World War II, captured German records were seized and microfilmed by the United States government. The problem, however, is not accessing the information. By now, most of the information contained within these documents […]

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For the English-speaking researcher, it can often be difficult to track down just where records are stored or if they even exist. The makers of the website for Heimatkreis Neustettin have simplified this process for genealogists. This is by far the best resource I’ve been able to find referencing the Standesamt in Neustettin. It breaks […]

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People from Pomerania frequently immigrated to Rochester, New York. Consequently, there are a vast number of records that may be of use to others doing research in this area. While some of the churches listed at the following site were home to various backgrounds, one can also find places of origin. Some denote “Pommern” and […]

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