Tunneling Through German Immigrant Research

Sunday, November 13 – Monmouth County Genealogy Society Meeting

Lincroft, NJ– “Tunneling Through German Immigrant Research: A Case Study,” will be the topic of the Monmouth County Genealogy Society meeting at 1:30 P.M. on Sunday, November 13th at the Community Center, 72 Broad Street, Eatontown.

The speaker will be Richard Haberstroh, a founding member of the highly respected New York-based German Genealogy Group. Dr. Haberstroh whose six German ancestral lines arrived between 1835 and 1852 is a native of New York City. He has been involved in German research since 1984 when he made his first of many trips to Germany. He served as a volunteer librarian at the LDS Family History Center in Plainview, New York from 1988 to 2001 where he specialized in assisting patrons with German and New York City research.

The meeting is free and the public is welcome.

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