All Alphabetical & Reverse German Place Name Indexes – 30% off During the 12 Days of Christmas Sale – ending December 17, 2016.

Family Roots Publishing now publishes all 21 volumes of Roger Minert’s invaluable Alphabetical & Reverse German Place Name Indexes. We’re running a 30% off sale on all volumes during the 2016 Twelve Days of Christmas sale – ending December 17, 2016.

What really makes these Place Name Indexes stand out from a typical gazetteer is that they index the town both in alphabetical order and in reverse alphabetical order. Anyone who has done any research in the German parish registers has run across instances where they can read the last letters of a place (such as: place of birth, previous residence, place of marriage, etc.), but the first or second letters are illegible, making the place-name impossible to decipher. Roger’s indexes take care of that problem.

I’ve used Roger’s Reverse Indexes since he first came out with them, and wouldn’t attempt to do research in German parish registers without them. In many cases I’m able to make out the end letter of a place found in the records – but not the initial letter or two. These books quickly take care of that issue. Years ago, prior to Roger’s Indexes, I had the name of a city right in front of me, but couldn’t make it out. The first letter of the word was a mess. My friend, Kevan Hansen, having many more years experience reading German than I, was able to work out what the word was – and it took my research back another generation into Hesse – not the Pfalz where the record was found. If I’d had these indexes available to me, I’d have been able to make that leap myself. So, okay – I no longer have any excuses!

The German reverse alphabetical indexes are key to doing research in the parish registers of the German states. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink-blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of the German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

The following “Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes” Published by Family Roots Publishing, are available.

    Alsace-Lorraine-50pw

  • Alsace-Lorraine Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 6,350 Alsace-Lorraine place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Baden Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 2050 Baden place names.
    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Bavaria Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 29,300 Bavaria place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Brandenburg Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 5,900 Brandenburg place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Braunschweig/Oldenburg/Thuringia Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 1550 Braunschweig, 3050 Oldenburg, and 1400 Thuringia place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • East Prussia Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 8,450 East Prussia place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Hanover Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 8250 Hanover place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Hesse Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 1750 Hesse place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Hesse-Nassau Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 4,200 Hesse-Nassau place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Mecklenburg Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 2,950 Mecklenburg place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Palatinate Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 1,650 Palatinate place names.
    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • PDF EBook: Palatinate Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 1,650 Palatinate (Pfalz) place names.

    This Reverse Alphabetical Index is in the form of a PDF ebook. It allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Pomerania Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 7,000 Pomerania place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Posen Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 5,750 Posen place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Rhineland Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 4,950 Rhineland place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Kingdom of Saxony Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 3,650 Kingdom of Saxony place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Province of Saxony Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 4,950 Province of Saxony place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Schleswig-Holstein (with Bremen/Hamburg/Lübeck) Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 6,750 Schleswig-Holstein, Bremen, Hamburg, and Lübeck place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Silesia Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 8,350 Silesia place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • West Prussia Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 5,100 West Prussia place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Westphalia (with Hohenzollern/Lippe/Schaumberg-Lippe/Waldeck) Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 7,050 Westphalia, Hohenzollern, Lippe-Schaumberg, and Lippe-Waldeck place names.

    The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.
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  • Württemburg Place Name Indexes
  • Indexing over 7,250 Württemburg place names.

The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is illegible or missing. An Alphabetical index of all places is included.

Other Books By Roger Minert:

Silesia II German Map Guide Now Shipping

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Family Roots Publishing printed and bound the second Silesia volume of the Map Guide to German Parish Registers series this last week. This book is volume 54 of the series. The softbound books are now shipping and the hardbound volumes will ship in about a week. This volume covers RB Breslau, while volumes I (in print) and III will cover Liegnitz and Oppeln respectively. Over the last decade, I’ve received dozens of calls from folks anxious to get their hands on the Silesia Map Guides. Well, the books are finally coming available. The following is a detailed explanation of what the book is, and how it can help genealogists.

Published by Family Roots Publishing Company, Volume 54 of the German Map Guide series was published in January of 2016. This volume includes a total of 2074 places – mostly towns, found in the Kingdom of Prussia, Province of Silesia, Regierungsbezirk Breslau. This book also includes a master index to Volumes 53 through 55, which covers all of Silesia. Written in English by Kevan Hansen, the volume was principally written to help family historians resolve where their family may have gone to church – and left vital records behind that may be seen today. This is the fifty-fourth of a series covering all of Germany. The series is still in production. In many cases, even the smallest places are listed in this series – some with as little population as one person! These places are as of about 1870. If the place existed prior to that date, it will most likely be listed. If the place was named after that date, the chances drop.

To order this volume in Soft Cover, click here or on the illustration.

To order this volume in Hard Cover, click here.

Each volumes of the series does the following:

  • Identifies the parish where an ancestor worshipped based on where they lived.
  • Gives the FHL microfilm number for the family’s parish records.
  • Identifies nearly every city, town, and place that included residents.
  • Visually identifies church parishes for Lutherans & Catholics in each district.
  • Identifies adjoining parishes in case an ancestor attended an alternate parish.
  • Aids in area searches, particularly across district or regional borders.
  • Provides visual identification of search areas in which to look for a family.
  • Helps in determining proximity of one area to another.
  • Aids in determining reasonable distances of travel from one area to another.
  • Identifies population centers in each parish.
  • Identifies archives, repositories, and other resources.
  • Aids in identification of the location of minority religions.

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Note – anyone doing research in Silesia parish registers will find the Silesia Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical And Reverse Alphabetical Indexes helpful. It’s key to reading hard-to-decipher place names found in the parish registers. Click on the above link to check it out.

Map Guide To German Parish Registers Vol. 54 – Kingdom Of Prussia, Province Of Silesia lI, Regierungsbezirk Breslau, with full index of included towns, by Kevan Hansen, 242 pp

German Map Guide Volume 54 – Soft Cover (Item #FR0107):

ISBN-13: 978-1-62859-065-4 ISBN-10: 1628590653

Library of Congress Control Number: 2015950405

The following places are found in this volume.

  • Adelsbach
  • Agnesfeld
  • Akreschfronze
  • Albendorf
  • Albrechtshof
  • Alexanderwitz
  • Algersdorf
  • Allerheiligen
  • Altaltmannsdorf
  • Altbatzdorf
  • Alt Ellguth
  • Altenau
  • Altenburg
  • Alt Festenberg
  • Alt Gandau
  • Alt Guhrau
  • Althain
  • Alt Hammer
  • Alt Hammer-Goschütz
  • Alt Hammer-Militsch
  • Altheide
  • Alt Heinrichau
  • Althof
  • Althofdürr
  • Althofnass
  • Alt Jauernick
  • Alt Köln
  • Alt Lässig
  • Alt Liebichau
  • Alt Lomnitz
  • Alt Neu Heidau
  • Alt Raudten
  • Alt Reissbach
  • Alt Schliesa
  • Altstadt
  • Alt Waltersdorf
  • Alt Wansen
  • Altwasser
  • Alt Weistritz
  • Altwilmsdorf
  • Alt Wohlau
  • Alzenau
  • Amalienthal
  • Annenthal
  • Arnoldsmühle
  • Arnsdorf
  • Aspenau
  • Auras
  • Austen
  • Bachreitz
  • Bachwitz
  • Backen
  • Bahra
  • Baitzen
  • Baldowitz
  • Banau
  • Bankau
  • Bankwitz
  • Bärdorf
  • Bärengrund
  • Barottwitz
  • Bärsdorf
  • Bartkerey
  • Bartnig
  • Bartschdorf
  • Continue reading “Silesia II German Map Guide Now Shipping”

50% Off on All First-Edition German Place Name Indexes – Alphabetical & Reverse

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A few weeks ago, Family Roots Publishing received the publication rights to Roger Minert’s excellent German Place Name Indexes. Eight are now in print in new editions from Family Roots Publishing. As of now, the German Place Name Indexes are all out-of-print with the original publisher, and Family Roots Publishing is preparing new editions of all 21 volumes. The new editions are the same as the earlier books, with minor editing of the contents and new covers.

I went to Utah last week and picked up every last copy of the earlier editions of Roger’s Place Name Indexes, and am blowing them out at my cost. This is in preparation for the 13 new editions to be published in August. These books are available today in VERY limited quantities (see quantities below). The sale price is just just $7.48 cents each. I will attempt to update these numbers in this blog post at Genealogyblog.com, and at the FRPC website as the books sell. Please do not order volumes that are marked as SOLD OUT, as we’ll just have to refund your money.

What really makes these Place Name Indexes stand out from a typical gazetteer is that they index the town both in alphabetical order and in reverse alphabetical order. Anyone who has done any research in the German parish registers has run across instances where they can read the last letters of a place (such as: place of birth, previous residence, place of marriage, etc.), but the first or letters are illegible, making the place-name impossible to decipher. Roger’s indexes take care of that problem.

The Reverse Alphabetical Indexes found in each volume allow the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink-blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using these indexes, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

Click on the links for more information on a specific title and/or to order.

German Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes

Eight Previously Out-Of-Print German Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Place Name Indexes Now Available!

Family Roots Publishing recently obtained the print rights to a number of important German research guides that I have found extremely helpful over the years. Included are eight of Roger Minert’s German Place Name Indexes – some of which have been out-of-print for some time.

To celebrate the publication of these invaluable guides, we are discounting the new volumes by 15% (Just $12.71 each!) through Tuesday, June 16, 2015. Click on the links to purchase.

What really makes these Place Name Indexes stand out from a typical gazetteer is that they index the town both in alphabetical order and in reverse alphabetical order. Anyone who has done any research in the German parish registers has run across instances where they can read the last letters of a place (such as: place of birth, previous residence, place of marriage, etc.), but the first or letters are illegible, making the place-name impossible to decipher. Roger’s indexes take care of that problem. Following is a list of the eight newly-printed volumes and their descriptions.

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Alsace-Lorraine Place Name Indexes

This volume indexes over 6,350 Alsace-Lorraine place names, in alpha and reverse alpha order.

An Alsace-Lorraine reverse alphabetical index is key to doing research in the parish registers of the German state. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink-blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 6,350 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

Alsace-Lorraine Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes; by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G.; Republished 2015; 99 pp; Soft Cover; Item # FR0601.

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Braunschweig, Oldenburg, and Thuringia Place Name Indexes

This volume indexes over 1,550 Braunschweig, 3,050 Oldenburg, and 1,400 Thuringia place names, in alpha and reverse alpha order.

A Braunschweig, Oldenburg, and Thuringia reverse alphabetical index is key to doing research in the parish registers of the German state. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink-blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 6,050 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

Braunschweig, Oldenburg, and Thuringia Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes; by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G.; Republished 2015; 115 pp; Soft Cover; Item # FR0609.

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East Prussia Place Name Indexes

This volume indexes over 8,450 East Prussia place names, in alpha and reverse alpha order.

An East Prussia reverse alphabetical index is key to doing research in the parish registers of the German state. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink-blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 8,450 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

East Prussia Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes; by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G.; Republished 2015; 109 pp; Soft Cover; Item # FR0611.

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Palatinate Place Name Indexes

This volume indexes over 1,650 Palatinate place names, in alpha and reverse alpha order.

A Palatinate reverse alphabetical index is key to doing research in the parish registers of the German state. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink-blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 1,650 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

This volume is also available in PDF eBook format – ready for immediate download.

Palatinate Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes; by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G.; Republished 2015; 62 pp; Soft Cover; Item # FR0621.

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Rhineland Place Name Indexes

This volume indexes over 4,950 Rhineland place names, in alpha and reverse alpha order.

A Rhineland reverse alphabetical index is key to doing research in the parish registers of the German state. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink-blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 4,950 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

Rhineland Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes; by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G.; Published 2015; 146 pp; Soft Cover; Item # FR0627.

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Province of Saxony Place Name Indexes

This volume indexes over 4,950 Province of Saxony place names, in alpha and reverse alpha order.

A Province of Saxony reverse alphabetical index is key to doing research in the parish registers of the German state. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink-blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 4,950 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

Province of Saxony Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes; by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G.; Republished 2015; 92 pp; Soft Cover; Item # FR0631.

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West Prussia Place Name Indexes

This volume indexes over 5,100 West Prussia place names, in alpha and reverse alpha order.

A West Prussia reverse alphabetical index is key to doing research in the parish registers of the German state. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink-blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 5,100 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

West Prussia Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes; by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G.; Republished 2015; 98 pp; Soft Cover; Item # FR0637.

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Württemberg Place Name Indexes

This volume indexes over 7,250 Württemberg place names, in alpha and reverse alpha order.

A Württemberg reverse alphabetical index is key to doing research in the parish registers of the German state. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink-blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 7,250 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities.

Württemberg Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes; by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G.; Republished 2015; 124 pp; Soft Cover; Item # FR0641.

These Reverse Alphabetical Indexes are often key to overcoming difficult research problems. They are great companion volumes for those using the Map Guide to German Parish Registers volumes.

Again, to celebrate the publication of these invaluable guides, we are discounting the new volumes by 15% (Just $12.71 each!) now through Tuesday, June 16, 2015. Click on the links to purchase.