The following links provide access to miscellaneous genealogical research information.
Danish Veterans of the Three Years War (1848-1850) and Slesvig-Holsten War (1864) residing in the US and Canada in 1913 and 1915.
Index to biographies of 545 prominent Danes in the USA, 1916 and 1917.
Danes in Troy, Rensselaer County, New York, 1915, with names, birthdates, birthplaces and year of immigration.
Danes in the US Army, 1940-1946 -- some details about Danish-born men and women who enlisted during World War II.
English Guide to Using Arkivalieronline.dk -- for accessing images of Danish censuses and church registers.
US Passport Applications -- important facts and a sample application.
Civil Registration of Deaths in Denmark -- 4 sample records.
World War II 4th Draft Registration -- an overview of the records and an example card.
German Family Register Extraction Form -- Download a form (.pdf format) to use when extracting information from family registers found in 19th Century German church record books. To view it, get Acrobat Reader (free) from the Adobe website.
Obtaining old military pension files from the VA -- Instructions and advice for getting pension files from the Veterans Administration.
Land ownership maps at the Library of Congress -- There are more than 1400 land ownership maps covering over 1000 counties in 46 states in the Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress.
1901 Wisconsin county maps -- County maps scanned from the Wisconsin map in the 1901 Rand McNally New Standard Atlas of the World.
Clark County, Wisconsin Newspapers -- List of newspapers published in Clark County, Wisconsin since 1867.
Genealogical Research in Baden-Wuerttemberg -- Tips on conducting genealogical research in some of the libraries and archives in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.
Genealogical Research in Stuttgart, Germany -- Tips on conducting genealogical research in the various libraries and archives in Stuttgart, Wuerttemberg, Germany.
German Genealogical Research Before The Church Records Begin -- Tips on conducting genealogical research in German records in the period prior to the beginning of the church records.
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