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New Service: Custom Children’s Storybook Starring YOUR Ancestor!

December 25, 2014 Josiah Schmidt Announcements

Excited to announce my new Family History Storybook Service! Have your family history turned into a custom-made, richly-illustrated children’s book! The star of the book can be your mom and/or dad, your grandparent, or even your distant ancestor from long ago. These informative keepsake books can be enjoyed by your children or grandchildren, and even […]

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German Genealogy Tip #6: In Germany, People Used Their Occupation as a Title

October 5, 2014 Josiah Schmidt German Genealogy Tips

When looking at genealogical records in Germany, especially from the pre-20th century era, you will often find that individuals’ names were prefixed by their job title. These occupational prefixes were capitalized, so don’t confuse the job title for being part of their given name. Common examples are: Taglöhner Johann Brack (English: day laborer Johann Brack) Leinweber […]

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