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Genealogical links

Verein fuer Familien- und Wappenkunde in Württemberg und Baden e.V (deutsch)
Genealogical Society of Baden-Württemberg (english)

General Information, Associations, Literature, Archives (

This is the offical emigration site of the "Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart"
Unfortunately only in German language (yet)

Genealogical Information about the Blackforest region

Badener Ortssippenbücher (only in german)
Württemberger Ortssippenbücher (only in german)
Thanks a lot to Volker Milbrandt, who made all the work

Weil im Schönbuch Marriages (Evangelical/Lutheran), 1591-1705
Searchable database!

Bühlertal, Baden. Emigration list and several info on researching in Baden-Württemberg

Ahnenforschung for Iffesheim/ Baden

Regional Links Of Baden-Württemberg

Those links could be interesting for planning your next trip to Baden-Württemberg!

Stuttgart (with city map, find the link on the bottom)

Rems-Murr-Kreis (German only)

Zollern-Alb-Kreis (German only)

Kreis Ludwigsburg (German only)

Region Heilbronn-Franken (German only)

General links related to Baden-Württemberg

A very interesting and informative site of some castles and monestaries at B-W

Another interesting and informative site of some castles at Germany

The Monastery of Maulbronn, a World Heritage of UNESCO

Swabian into English dictionary, simply a must;-)

Up-to-date Baden-Württemberg Info (politics, country info, economy, culture and more
Deutsch  Englisch  Français

Town register Duchy of Hohenzollern, Ortsregister Herzogtum Hohenzollern

Town register Kingdom of Württemberg, Ortsregister Königreich Württemberg

Town register of Alsace, Ortsregister Elsass

Yahoo Site to several Baden-Württemberg pages

Stuttgart, capitol of Baden-Württemberg

Street map of Stuttgart , street-searchable

University of Stuttgart (German/English)

Karlsruhe (only German)


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