Tuesday’s Tip: Navigating Luxemboug’ Complex Boundries

Trying to trace your Luxembourg ancestor’s residences can be a minor nightmare… Due to repeated conflicts, a town may be in three or more countries over a time period.  And trying to figure out who has the records is nearly impossible.

I finally found something that can help.  The Geographical Dictionary of Luxembourg traces the boundary changes and documents them with the wording of the treaties. Unfortunately, the only version available is in French. Let me know if you have questions!

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About Bryna O'Sullivan

A Connecticut-based professional genealogist, I love working with beginners of all backgrounds. I also do specialty research in Connecticut and Luxembourg-American genealogy.
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