“Beginning Germanic Research”
September 12 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Beginning Germanic Research. We will be exploring how to find where in “Germany” our folks came from, looking at the language and writing, and online resources to search. There will be time for questions.
Speaker: Julia Hanneman-Schoenbach
Julia Hanneman-Schoenbach has been exploring family history for over 40 years. She has Pommeranian and Saxony German roots, as well as Luxembourg, Norwegian, and Cornish(Cornwall, England) ancestors, She has also helped her husband with his Bavarian, Posen, and Hungarian ancestors. ; She is active in the Waterford Genealogical Society, where she is the second Tuesday evening of the month convenor (first 30 minutes for any Germanic questions); she also belongs to the Cornish Connection of Lower Michigan, and Southwest Wisconsin Cornish Society She grew up around Milwaukee Wisconsin. She is a speaker registered with the Michigan Genealogical Council. Continuing to work as a chaplain, she lives in Waterford, MI with her husband.
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