To help my husbands family to find ancestros, I am researching the
surnames : STOKFLETH ~ STOCKFLETH ~ STOCKFLETH ~ etcetera...
so maybe there are Scandinavian geni-users who like to see if we can try to find the bridge between the Dutch and Scandinavian profiles? groet, jMu = jeannette from Holland, Europe.
This project-page is to link ALL geni-profiles with this surname to research the common-gen-aspects. Thanks for your help, jMu from Holland, Europe.
If you use facebook, I can recommend you to join "genealogisk forum", where many of the danish people dealing with genealogy are members. Hope, they can help you. If you have info about birthdays and year and or name of towns and or their firstnames, they or I might be able to help you. Most churchbooks and many census are online, but in danish :-) best regards Anette Friedberg, Denmark
for other who might be interested in your brick-WALL...
I just looked at the posting under the danish diaspora. Nobody can (or have to time to) help, unless you list more than lastnames and places. You have to write all the info you have about the person/s you are searching, for instance child/parent/spouse of name, birth-marriage or death date/year. And unfornunately the Southschlewswig churchbooks are not all online.
but Anette, the Geni system is not made for yesterday, nor tomorrow but for eternity, so why not take the chance to make a start? I can / want to help you where I can, I only need URL where I can find proper listings, ok?
Principally i doNOT use facebook, for the privacy is not the way I like at my age and curriculum vitae, you understand? And about Stokfleth, ofcourse I posted this question not to ask a curator to do MY homework. groeten, Jeannette.
users can't see each other age, I supposed, but maybe if you pay you have better access to some others information, I really don't know, for after the MyHeritage interference in the stock of Geni everything changed a bit, without proper communications about the consequences of the changes to the several types of geni-users, you see?