A history of Luxembourg settlement in the United States and an index to the Luxemburger Gazette.... Luxembourgers in the New World is a must-have for American researchers looking to trace their Luxembourg roots. Even better, it's currently on sale. Check out the offerings from the Luxembourg American Cultural Society at https://www.ebay.com/itm/Luxembourgers-in-the-New-World-Vol-1-2/282753737153?epid=5336722&hash=item41d56fa1c1%3Ag%3ABJIAAOSwUYNaHuJ9.
FamilySearch digitization does it again! Now online: a card index to pre-1800 Catholic Church records of marriages. Instead of having to go to the films for a specific town and then either hand search all the marriage records for a specific time period or hope that there's an index, you can now search an index of… Continue reading New #Genealogy Resource: Central Index for #Luxembourg #Catholic #marriages
Contrary to what has been suggested in some Luxembourg genealogy publications, church records don't end in 1817 - nor do they cover just births, deaths, and marriages. Rather, the Archives of the Archdiocese of Luxembourg keeps a rich collection of church records, letters and more. Even better, they write about their holdings. Their newsletters are… Continue reading Insight into an Archives: the Archdiocese of Luxembourg
Since Luxembourg has three languages of record, chances are high that you'll eventually run into a language you don't read. While you're unlikely to be able to figure out every word without help, a translation guide might help you read enough of the record to be sure it's the one you want and has the… Continue reading Struggling with reading documents? Here’s a helpful #genealogy #translation guide…
As anyone doing Luxembourg-American research knows, The Luxemburger Gazette is a must-review resource. Its detailed articles can trace births, deaths, marriages, and even travel... and help bring families back to Luxembourg. So, as a Luxembourg researcher, I'm thrilled to discover FamilySearch has begun to digitized its microfilm of the Gazette. The collection is currently about 2/3rds complete,… Continue reading Big news for #Luxembourg-American #genealogy researchers! The Luxemburger Gazette has been partially digitized @FamilySearch!