<private> Rachor (Kuchenbrod)parent
<private> Rachor-Blum (Rachor)sibling
About Tobias Rachor (C)
New activity out of Geni: Stolpersteine (Stumbling Blocks) Bad Schoenborn All supporters are welcome!
If you like to contact me please use my geni-mail-account and not my guestbook!
You'll find the link to my Geni mail account on my Geni profile.
My mission is:
- help Geni user's to find more information about their ancestors and relatives and expand their family tree continuously.
- support Geni users to link their family tree to the World-Family-Tree on Geni.
17 July 2012, I was appointed the first German curator at Geni.
About 30 years I'm searching for my ancestors and connected siblings.
My mother Maria had founded this research and collected a lot of documents and pictures about our family and ancestors. By collaboration with other genealogists and family members worldwide I compose a database with more than 300.000 profils of Rachor family members and connected siblings. Rachor family members are connected in Germany, France, Netherlands, Austria, Michigan, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Bolivia, Brazil and Australia. I hope to connect also relatives in New Jersey and other state of the United States of America to this tree in near future.
My mission is to connect (all) living Rachor family members to this online tree and help them to find more informaton about their siblings and ancestors.
New activities out of Geni: Stolpersteine Bad Schoenborn
Victims of the German NAZI Holocaust (this project was initiated by me)
Family book Seligenstadt== (Currently no Geni project)
Marriage records of Stockstadt, Bavaria, Germany (1621-1875)
Descendants of Martin Reinöhl (Reinoehl), Oelsnitz 1510-1564 (Reinoehl Genealogy) in collaboration with Vilém Reinöhl
Yes of course, all people with the family name RACHOR are related!
Thank you for all your friendship and confidence.
Your friend and relative
Über Tobias Rachor (Deutsch)