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Researchers/Translators for Hire

Genealogical Heritage Tours by Family Tree Tours, Visit:



2020 Tours

Family Tree Tours has several heritage/genealogy tours to Germany in 2020. Four different areas of Germany will be explored: Northwest Germany, Franconia (Bavaria), Northern (near Hanover) and Baden-Wuerttemberg.

    If you want to learn more about how your German ancestor lived and visit the ancestral hometown, Family Tree Tours can help you with that. See link below for more information.


For more information:

Also: European River Cruises, Explore the breathtaking beauty of Germany's rivers and visit ancestral hometowns. Book a river cruise and spend a few extra days to visit ancestral hometowns, we will make a contact for you.

Contact: or 888-798-2208


For Hire Researcher:

German Genealogy Research, Carolyn Dodds Schaeffer 1338 Mason Grove Dr. St. Charles, MO 63304, 314 795-2363,
Help determine immigrant's village Translate German immigrant's parish records and early German church records in St. Louis. Over 20 years' experience.

Archion church book search and translation:  Matthias Uthoff -



Carmen Freeman, German and More, LLC, 319 Oak Tree Drive, St. Louis, MO 63119 Tel.: 314-963-9534,  Experienced German Tutor for children, Adults and businesses, Translator of Old German Script, current documents, books, websites, etc., Native German Speaker.