Author Topic: emigration from England to Germany in 1860s  (Read 1951 times)

Offline Benny Ralph

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Re: emigration from England to Germany in 1860s
« Reply #9 on: Monday 27 July 15 13:57 BST (UK) »
Thank you Bob. I will go look at the German forum now.

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Re: emigration from England to Germany in 1860s
« Reply #10 on: Friday 12 January 18 17:18 GMT (UK) »
This thread was me a few years ago. I forgot all about asking it here.

I'm looking for some new info if anyone can help please. I've found a lot more info on the family who went to magdeburg in 1860s. I've found some people who died over there and I'm hoping to make a trip there at the end of the year. Does anyone know where they'd be buried, would it be in with the German people or did they have a different Cemetery for immigrants?

I've also found grandchildren of the original people who went over in the 60s, but cant trace them forward because, I presume, lack of records surviving. would like to maybe make contact with any descendants who are still living in Germany. Does anyone know how I'd be able to do that without having names of them initially?

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