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Emigrants from Schleswig-Holstein to America in 1636-1667 <<< New in 2003
Professor Doctor Eng. Klaus Timm wrote this article about the first known emigrants from Schleswig-Holstein to New Amsterdam (New York) in 1636-1667. You find the names of the first 75 emigrants here.
And you can look at a map of the year 1656 of this area.

Emigrants list by surname
Professor Doctor Eng. Klaus Timm researched the emigrants of the families:
ARP 1850-1870
DETHMANN 1850-1870
ROHWEDDER 1850-1870
STOLTENBERG 1850-1870
<<< new in February 2004 <<<
TIETJEN 1850-1870 and
TIMM 1848-1900
by using the passenger lists of the Hamburg Staatsarchiv

Emigrants from Dithmarschen (approx. 3,600 individuals)
A Genealogical Researcher in Dithmarschen (Mr. Jochims) has spent two years to compile this database of the applications for Emigration [Landesarchiv Schleswig Abt.309]. He also used some other sources to build this base; not for all persons listed here are applications of emigration available. He was able to locate about 3600 Dithmarschen emigrants.
As the majority of applications were lost or destroyed, less than 10 percent of the total emigrants appear in this document.

Emigrants from the District of Rendsburg (529 individuals)
These 529 emigrants appear in the applications for emigration (Entlassung aus den Nexus) for the years 1868 up to 1884, located in the county-archives of Schleswig under the reference "Abt.309 No.33096 to No.33101".
Occasionally, relatives who lived outside of Schleswig-Holstein (e.g.: U.S.A.) are listed. Their names appear in the same reports.
N.B.: Since the majority of applications were either lost or destroyed, fewer than 10 percent of actual emigrants appear in this document.

Emigrants from the island of Fehmarn 1871-1882
The 189 inhabitants (families) of the isle of Fehmarn listed here filed an application for emigration during the years 1871-1882.
N.B.: Since the majority of applications were either lost or destroyed, fewer than 10 percent of actual emigrants appear in this document.

Emigrants, located in U.S. immigration documents     English text    German text
This emigrants are found by Mr. Georg Boyken in U.S. immigration documents
Diese Auswanderer wurden von Hr. Georg Boyken in U.S. Einwanderungsunterlagen gefunden.

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The SELKEN family (8,375 individuals)    >> NEW in November 2008 <<
The SELKEN family in Schleswig-Holstein and in the U.S.A.

The BÜNNING family (22,737 individuals)  >> NEW in December 2004 <<
Wayne Bunning in Australia researched the church parish of Neukirchen near Malente and was able to locate about 22,737 relatives (incl. distant ones).

My VOSS family (1,155 individuals)     >> NEW in November 2008 <<
My Ancestors and relatives in the church parishes Hademarschen, Schenefeld, Hohenwestedt and Jevenstedt.

The STUEHR and CARSTENSEN family (186 individuals)
Ancestors of Heinrich Johannes Stühr in the church parishes of Schleswig, Tolk, Sterup, Satrup, Norder-Brarup, Süder-Brarup and Havetoft.

The EDENS and HAALK family (92 individuals)
Ancestors of Johann Jacob Edens and Hedwig Dorothea Haalk (married in 1867 in Wisconsin, USA) from the church parishes Neuenkirchen (Dithmarschen), Wöhrden and Büsum.

The CLAUSEN, HAMMERICH and SIEVERS family (142 individuals)
Ancestors in the church parishes Tellingstedt and Jevenstedt.

The ENGEL family (115 individuals)
Ancestors in Ellingstedt and in Hollingstedt (church parish Hollingstedt).

The GRIMM family (65 individuals)
Ancestors in the church parish Hohn.

The HENNINGSEN family (109 individuals)
Ancestors in some church parishes in Anglia (Angeln)

The ANDRESEN family (1,089 individuals)
Ancestors in the area around Husum and northwards of Husum

The COLSCHEN family (77 individuals)
Ancestors from the Isle of Fehmarn and the area south of Oldenburg (in Holstein)

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Census 1803 in HOLSTEIN

Census 1803 of the town of Neumünster / VZ 1803 der Stadt Neumünster = Here are 2,596 individuals in 566 families

Census 1803 of the village Gadendorf in the estate Panker, church parish Gikau

Census 1803 of the village Darry in the estate Panker, church parish Lütjenburg

Census 1803 of the farm Panker in the estate Panker, church parish Lütjenburg

Census 1803 of the village Sellin in the estate Rixdorf, church parish Lebrade

Census 1803 of the village Lebrade in the estate Rixdorf, church parish Lebrade

Census 1803 of the estate Johannisthal, church parish Oldenburg

Census 1803 of the estate Schönweide  = Census 1803 of the estate Schönweide in the church parish Neukirchen near Malente. You will find the notes about 663 inhabitants of this estate. You find here the estate Schönweide, Grebin, Görnitz, Treufeld, the farm Breitenstein and the farm Helenenruh.

Census 1835 of the estate Ranzau, church parish Neukirchen (PDF-file) =  This census is transcribed by WAYNE BUNNING, Australia ;  overworked and published by Hans-Peter Voss, Germany.

Census 1840 of the estate Ranzau, church parish Neukirchen (PDF-file) = This census is transcribed by WAYNE BUNNING, Australia ;  overworked and published by Hans-Peter Voss, Germany.

Census 1845 of the estate Ranzau, church parish Neukirchen (PDF-file) =  This census is transcribed by WAYNE BUNNING, Australia ;  overworked and published by Hans-Peter Voss, Germany.

Census 1855 of the estate Ranzau, church parish Neukirchen (PDF-file) =  This census is transcribed by WAYNE BUNNING, Australia ;  overworked and published by Hans-Peter Voss, Germany.

Census 1840 of the estate Panker, church parish Lütjenburg (PDF-file) = This census is transcribed by WAYNE BUNNING, Australia ;
  overworked and published by Hans-Peter Voss, Germany.

Census 1803 in SCHLESWIG

1803 census of the Southern part of the Duchy of Schleswig (121.476 individuals online)
>>>>>>>>>>>>      121.476 individuals online     <<<<<<<<<<<<<
The inhabitants of the duchy of Schleswig on the 13.February of the year 1803 = This database is built by the transcriptions of the census 1803 of the southern part of the duchy of Schleswig, and corrected and replaced by the informations of the church books (see the note). Mr. Johannes Witt in Kiel worked on this several years. Published by the non profit society AGGSH e.V.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) of the SCHLESWIG HOLSTEIN MAILINGLIST
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) of the Schleswig-Holstein-ROOTSWEB-mailinglist (hosted by Ancestry.com). This web-site is built to avoid having to answer to the same questions over and over again. I invite you to SUBSCRIBE to the SH-ROOTS-List. At the present time we have approx. 650 subscribers.

The AGGSH e.V. in Schleswig Holstein = several data banks online (e.g. Census in Schleswig Holstein)
The AGGSHe.V. is a non profit society of historians and genealogists with these aims:
- jointly undertake intensive research of emigration from Schleswig-Holstein and to publish the results;
- transcribing the Schleswig-Holstein Census registers of 1769 to 1860 and to make them freely available as data banks;
- furthering German-Danish and German-American cooperation in the fields of historical and genealogical research;
- cultivating a close cooperation with the provincial, federal, church and regional archives to the extent that their  records may be accessed within the framework of AGGSH projects.

The Dead in the jail and asylum in Glückstadt from 1787-1800

The VON PEIN families in the area of the "Elbmarschen"  = A little info about the PEIN, VON PEIN and PEYN families in Schleswig-Holstein.

If your ancestors are from Schleswig-Holstein and you want to know more about them, but you are not able to do such a research by your own, then contact me and ask for genealogical research assistance.

Hans Peter Voss
Genealogical Research in Schleswig-Holstein
An de Marsch 6
25557 Steenfeld
Germany

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Translated in September 2002 by Juergen P. Schultz, Canada.

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Genealogical Research in Schleswig-Holstein
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