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Geogen

Geogen, which stands for Geographic Genealogy, is a project created and maintained by Christoph Stoeppel. Based on telephone book entries he created a mapping tool for family names in Germany (in its present-day borders). While it might not be useful for very common family names, such as Schmidt, Müller, or Schulze, it can be helpful with rather seldom family names. If one of those family names is especially heavy concentrated in one county, the immigrant ancestors might origin in this county.

Hannover Gemeinden T-Z

Covering Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony, called Hannover), Braunschweig (Brunswick), Schamburg-Lippe and Oldenburg from Volume X of the Atlantic Bridge to Germany

The Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Volume X was published in 1999 by Mondo Genealoga Ligo, Salt Lake City, Utah

By Charles M. Hall and Alice Woods Schiesswohl of Salt Lake City

Hannover Gemeinden R-S

Covering Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony, called Hannover), Braunschweig (Brunswick), Schamburg-Lippe and Oldenburg from Volume X of the Atlantic Bridge to Germany

The Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Volume X was published in 1999 by Mondo Genealoga Ligo, Salt Lake City, Utah

By Charles M. Hall and Alice Woods Schiesswohl of Salt Lake City

Hannover Gemeinden M-Q

Covering Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony, called "Hannover") Braunschweig (Brunswick), Schamburg-Lippe and Oldenburg from Volume X of the Atlantic Bridge to Germany.

The Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Volume X was published in 1999 by Mondo Genealoga Ligo, Salt Lake City, Utah

By Charles M. Hall and Alice Woods Schiesswohl of Salt Lake City

Hannover Gemeinden I-L

Covering Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony, called Hannover), Braunschweig (Brunswick), Schamburg-Lippe and Oldenburg from Volume X of the Atlantic Bridge to Germany.

The Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Volume X was published in 1999 by Mondo Genealoga Ligo, Salt Lake City, Utah

By Charles M. Hall and Alice Woods Schiesswohl of Salt Lake City

Hannover Gemeinden G-H

Covering Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony, called Hannover), Braunschweig (Brunswick), Schamburg-Lippe and Oldenburg from Volume X of the Atlantic Bridge to Germany

The Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Volume X was published in 1999 by Mondo Genealoga Ligo, Salt Lake City, Utah

By Charles M. Hall and Alice Woods Schiesswohl of Salt Lake City

Hannover Gemeinden C-F

Covering Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony, called Hannover), Braunschweig (Brunswick), Schamburg-Lippe and Oldenburg from Volume X of the Atlantic Bridge to Germany.

The Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Volume X was published in 1999 by Mondo Genealoga Ligo, Salt Lake City, Utah

By Charles M. Hall and Alice Woods Schiesswohl of Salt Lake City