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 Post subject: Black Sea German Research Accuracy
PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2021 10:03 am 
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Curious to know how accurate this research is. I have a Heinrich Serr b feb. 1826 that says he is the son of Johann Michael Serr and Margarete Katherine Ackermann. Where would that info on this site have come from? Ancestry has everyone's family history saying he is the son of Johann Phillip Serr and Margaretha Orth. Is the data on the Black Sea German Research site backed up by verifiable sources? Thank You...Michael Serr.[/size]


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