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For a comprehensive understanding of compiled genealogy records, study the article Germany Compiled Genealogies.

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Lübeck Online Databases[edit | edit source]

  • Lübeck, Germany, Genealogical Register (Lübeck, Deutschland, genealogisches Register), ($). 1200-1910. Index. Compiled from lineages of families from Lübeck, Germany. It includes 12 different books penned by seven different authors. The books have handwritten pedigree charts, Ahnentafel lists and other lineage formats. The charts are arranged alphabetically within each title and the charts include names and relationships. Incomplete.

Lübeck Books[edit | edit source]

  • Lübeckische Geschlechter : Genealogies of Lübeck families compiled by J. Hennings for the time from the 13th to the 17th century. There is an index. The book is available at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah on film numbers Digitized Online
Index Charts, A-J Family History Library INTL Film#492259
Index Charts, K-Z: Family History Library INTL Film#492260
Beilage, A-Z: Family History Library INTL Film#492261

A-F: Family History Library INTL Film#492262
F-Z: Family History Library INTL Film#492263
A-Z (Lübische Familien): Family History Library INTL Film#476245

Following are some other titles covering Lübeck genealogies (all available through the Family History Library)

  • Genealogische und biographische Nachrichten über Lübeckische Familien aus älterer Zeit. Dittmer, G. W. (Georg Wilhelm)
    Digitized Online
  • Genealogisches Register, Lübeck (Lübeck genealogical register). Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1960. (FHL films 492,132-40.) Digitized Online
  • Holländerfamilien in den Kirchenkreisen Herzogtum Lauenburg und Lübeck. Memmert, Joachim
  • Lübeckische Geschlechter, anfangs zusammengetragen von Hieronymus von Dorne (et al)... Schnobel, Johann-Hermann Digitized Online
  • Die lübeckischen Familien Greverade und Warneböke im sechszehnten Jahrhunderte... Dittmer, G. W. (Georg Wilhelm) Digitized Online
  • Lübische Genealogie. Lübeck (Lübeck). Stadtarchiv. Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1960. (FHL films 492,120-31.) Digital Online
  • Vorarbeiten zur Lübecker Genealogie, 13. bis 19. Jahrhundert Schröder [Vorarbeiten zur Lübecker Genealogie Digitized Online

Major Nationwide Online Collections and Databases[edit | edit source]

The Family History Library has several sources that contain previous research or that can lead you to other people who are interested in sharing family information. These sources include many ancestral lines that extend into Germany:

  • International Genealogical Index: This index provides names and vital information for over 25 million deceased persons who lived in Germany. This valuable research tool lists birth, baptism, or marriage dates. The index for Germany includes names extracted from parish registers by volunteers and names submitted by other researchers. You can filter on one of eight German states and filter Germany, Miscellaneous:
  • Alsace-Lorraine
  • Baden
  • Bayern
  • Hesse-Darmstadt
  • Prussia
  • Sachsen
  • Thuringen
  • Wuerttemberg
  • Filtering on Germany, Miscellaeous.includes only the small states and free cities of:
  • Anhalt
  • Braunschweig
  • Bremen
  • Hamburg
  • Lippe
  • Lübeck
  • Mecklenburg
  • Oldenburg
  • Schaumburg-Lippe
  • Waldeck
  • GEDBAS and the Metasearch at Compgen.de have searchable links to many genealogical collections.

Town Genealogy Books (Ortssippenbücher)[edit | edit source]

An Ortssippenbuch (town lineage book) or Ortsfamilienbuch (town family book) includes birth, marriage, and death data for all persons found in the local records during a specified time period, compiled into families. Sources may include the local parish registers, civil registration records, court and land records, and sometimes published material. In the printed book, this information is then arranged in a standardized format, usually alphabetically by surname and chronologically by marriage date. Family entries are identified by sequential numbers. Town genealogies are known by various names, including “town lineage book,” “local heritage book,” “one-place-studies,” “Ortssippenbuch (OSB),” and “Ortsfamilienbuch (OFB).” This article will use the term “town genealogy” and the abbreviation OFB when referring to compilations that include all or a large part of a town’s population.