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Since Luxembourg has three languages of record, chances are high that you’ll eventually run into a language you don’t read. While you’re unlikely to be able to figure out every word without help, a translation guide might help you read enough of the record to be sure it’s the one you want and has the names and dates you expect. 83 more words
Big news for #Luxembourg-American #genealogy researchers! The Luxemburger Gazette has been partially digitized @FamilySearch!
As anyone doing Luxembourg-American research knows, The Luxemburger Gazette is a must-review resource. Its detailed articles can trace births, deaths, marriages, and even travel… and help bring families back to Luxembourg. 52 more words
Have you ever wondered what the community your ancestor lived in might have looked like in 1766? How much land was there to farm? What was grown? 292 more words
Cathy Meder-Dempsey had a recent post on why you need to be familiar with house names when tracing your Luxembourg family. (Hint, they may take the place of a surname…) Her fantastic post, which includes an example of when house names were used, left wondering one thing: where can you find a house name? 77 more words