Genealogy and Family Research List
Genealogical and family research in the Alsace and Lorraine areas, now in France, formerly part of the German Empire. Questions about this list? Contact the list administrator at ALSACE-LORRAINEfirstname.lastname@example.org.
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- ALSACE and LORRAINE Message Boards, and other Resources.
- Alsace Message Board
- Lorraine Message Board
- Maps: Map24.com, Mappy.com and Alsace-Lorraine - German Empire West 1882, from Shtetl-Links.
- Find other researchers
- Modern Regions of France, Bas-Rhin and Haut-Rhin.
- Beginning Alsace Research. A more in-depth site, German Genealogy: ELSASS / ALSACE / ALSATIA. Essential: Communities of Alsace A-Z. Another good general site, available in French, German and English, is Welcome to Alsace. Haut-Rhin history database: . The Genealogy Workshop of the Wissembourg Area . The Cercle Généalogique d'Alsace .