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Newsletter March 2018
  
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Newsletter March 2018
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Working together on genealogy for the future
luxroots.com

The Genealogy Center for the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
and for the neighboring regions in Belgium and Germany

now with the details of 1,719,080 records



Our March 2018 newsletter with the following topics: (our newsletters of the last 12 months)
- A good start in 2018 for luxroots
- Finished data input during the current month
- luxroots publishes your Gedcom file for free
- Be a luxroots associate!
- myluxroots transactions
- luxroots brochure
- Registers prior to 1800 of the parishes of the City of Luxembourg are online
- Contacts for your searches
- The Luxembourg Nationality
- Need help?
- new publications
- Further events; exhibitions, information meetings
- luxroots-calendar about the genealogy meetings and events

Dear subscribers, dear visitors of our websites, dear friends

During the 54 days since January 1st, 2018, our volunteers made a remarkable score with the input of the details of 40,000 records of the parish registers and/or from the Civil Registers i.e. 740 records per day (7/7) namely 27,000 birth/baptism certificates, 7,000 marriage certificates and 6,000 death certificates. You will not find anything comparable in the Greater Region. Today the luxroots database holds the details of more than 1,710,000 unique records entered on the basis of copies of documents:


Our volunteers finished the following data input during the current month:
7,160 births 1797-1911
Amblève (Amel) by Christian BINZ
3,878 births 1796-1912
Aubange by Jeanne THILL
1,596 nbirths 1869-1900
St.Vith by Susi VOOSEN

480 baptisms 1779-1793
Besch(D) by Lydie EHLERINGER
365 baptisms 1720-1796
Greisch by Ferd KOEUNE
3,021 baptisms 1677-1807
Kayl by Micheline HERMES-METZ
3,146 baptisms 1768-1797
Remich by Lydie EHLERINGER
2,853 baptisms 1654-1797
Septfontaines by Ferd KOEUNE
435 baptisms 1779-1796
Sterpenich by Josée and Richard OSTER-RASQUIN

374 marriages 1692-1720, 1750-1796
Bissen by Myriam WEIS-ZIEWERS
39 marriages 1764-1797
Born by Myriam WEIS-ZIEWERS
384 marriages 1678-1797
Garnich by Josée and Richard OSTER-RASQUIN
95 marriages 1779-1797
Sterpenich by Josée and Richard OSTER-RASQUIN

352 marriages 1798-1839
Bous by Lydie EHLERINGER
909 marriages 1840-1912
Hachy (Arlon) by Josette TOMPERS
330 marriages 1798-1839
Kayl by Fernand HERMES-METZ
281 marriages 1840-1870
Lenningen by Mariette BORSCHETTE-BISSEN
154 marriages 1871-1893
Lenningen by Myriam WEIS-ZIEWERS
238 marriages 1894-1923
Lenningen by Ramona and Marcel LINCK-GAMBUCCI

1,862 deaths 1850-1923
Mecher by Marcel PROBST
845 deaths 1860-1923
Waldbredimus by Marc PLETSCHET
Which associate is currently working on what ?

Our website igenealogy.lu, where you can publish your GEDCOM file for free, after adding/updating the files of Vic HILGER and Claude SCHILTZ now holds 92 trees with 263.000 people. Give us yours and we will publish it for free on this site..

For your searches, you do not need to have a special genealogy program, neither free nor paid. Through the myluxroots transactions, more than 400 subscribers and associates have already entered their recent family members to luxroots linking them to the ancestors already entered earlier by our volunteers. If you add 7 family members (1924-2017) in our database, it is possible to get a pedigree chart with 1,000 ancestors (10 generations), and this in 10 minutes, not to mention the ability to create lists of descendants of these ancestors instantly. In Luxembourg, you will find nothing comparable to our project and for this reason, please help us to assemble the large Grand Duchy of Luxembourg genealogy puzzle and the neighboring regions. Check the pedigree charts of Christiane, Hortense, Paulette and Serge. Do the same, we will support you!
How to link a death notice I found on eluxemburgensia.lu with the record of the deceased person in luxroots? See our Demo-Video. (We suggest to open the video with the Firefox Browser.)
Check
the list of the last uploaded pictures by our subscribers and volunteers!
If you are not yet a luxroots-subscriber,
join them now!

Let us build together the genealogy tree of Luxembourg! luxroots is the genealogical association in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg whose volunteers do not work on personal databases, but enter data online directly to the non-profit luxroots-database.
That's why working together makes us so powerful. If you are able to analyze records of civil registers or even of parish registers, and you want to be part of a dynamic team of volunteers as part of the cross-border and non-profit project, please contact us!
You do not need to go to townships or to archives. luxroots makes available to its associates the pictures of the records of a certain township/parish free of charge which they plan to analyze and enter the details in the luxroots-database.
Do not hesitate to participate in this great puzzle of genealogy of Luxembourg by analyzing and capturing the details of the records of your preferred township or parish. Check our inventory of records of townships/parishes
to be analyzed soon or other available documents.

Learn more about genealogy in general and the luxroots projects in particular at our information booths & meetings. Ask for your Din A3 form of a pedigree chart over 5 generations.

A big thank you to the officials of the Archives of the City of Luxembourg for putting online the PDF with the registers of the parishes of the City of Luxembourg (Garnison, Hollerich, Merl, Saint-Michel, Saint-Nicolas, Saint-Jean, Saint-Udalric, Weimerskirch).

Contact other luxroots users in order to work together on a common family name. 4,400 luxroots users have already given their consent.

10 months remain to make your request for recovery of the dual citizenship in Luxembourg

Flag of Luxembourg A
new law on Luxembourg nationality entered into force on 1 January 2009.
B. RE-ACQUISITION OF LUXEMBOURG NATIONALITY
2. Case of a person with a grandparent who had Luxembourg nationality by origin (article 29)
The law of 23 October 2008 on Luxembourg nationality has introduced a new case of re-acquisition, the application of which is limited in time.
A person can re-acquire Luxembourg nationality provided:
- he or she has a male or female ancestor, who possessed Luxembourg nationality on the date of 1 January 1900; and
- he or she is the descendant in a paternal or maternal line of said grandparent.
The interested party can trace back each generation in the paternal or maternal line to establish whether he or she is the descendant of a Luxembourg grandparent on the date of 1 January 1900.
The declaration of re-acquisition must be made before a civil registrar by 31 December 2018 at the latest. ...
More about this theme.


Our next newsletter will be sent on Wednesday, March 28th, 2018.


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