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Danish Coffee Corner

-2011-09-02-18:49-jMu-coöperate-collaborate-complete? welcome! addition of accurate -&- actual information more than welcome!

Please join this meeting-point to improve your interests in genealogy.

It has been started for people in Danmark looking for European ancestors and other Danish-speaking-geni-users who can share there information about how to find your relatives in a country where borders are too cold to sun & dive, lakes or rivers & seas around to deep to swimm or sail, distances are to short to walk, step or bike, archives are to far to ride and planes to ool-spending to use for a hike....

But also a lot of European geni-users lost profiles in their ancestry when their grand-mothers-&-or-fathers decided to leave there birth-places and took their children to get boats, trains & planes to explore new territories or needed a job to feed them.

Danish people might be able to help them to find their pedigree and join families again.

sources in Danmark

Official sources

Private Sources (family pages etc)

searching in Europe-the Netherlands