Reading the Old German Handwriting Online Course
Learn to read the script of your ancestors and decipher your German documents!
Description: Learn to read the old German handwriting of your ancestors in this interactive and comprehensive course! Complete with flashcards, matching games, quizzes, vocabulary lists, and actual practice records, this course takes you from learning the handwritten alphabet to deciphering entire records. Best yet, the course is entirely self-paced and grants you life-time access – meaning you can come back and review anytime the genealogy bug bites!
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German Language for Genealogists Online Course
German for Genealogists is LIVE!
This highly-anticipated course teaches you the exact German language you need to know to work with your genealogy documents. While other German courses are great, they focus on teaching you the modern German you need to converse in Germany in the 21st century.
This new course, German for Genealogists, will teach you the targeted German language you need to work specifically with your ancestors’ records. It focuses on genealogy-specific vocabulary, helpful German grammar (did you know the word “der” vs. “dem” can make all the difference in what your sentence means in relation to your ancestor?), church record headings, vital record language, and much more.
German Handwriting + German for Genealogists Course Bundle Deal
Almost $800 separately, get both courses for only $649 with the bundle deal!
Reading the Old German Handwriting Course : Learn to read the beautiful old German script and decipher your ancestors’ documents. (Learning transcription!)
German for Genealogists Course: Learn the German language skills you need to understand your ancestors’ records – the genealogy German you can’t learn anywhere else. (Learning translation!)
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What Clients Are Saying:
Thank you for getting the translation to me. As I expected, they are perfect. You can always tell that the translation is done by a professional.
I can highly recommend the work of Katherine. I used her services to proofread my master thesis and the result greatly benefited from her thorough and detailed checking. Her feedback and comments were very constructive and extremely helpful. Moreover, the work was done timely and she responds to questions quickly. I will definitely use her services again.
Thank you for a great job! I am very impressed that you could read, never mind translate, her writing. Very professional and much appreciated! I will have it bound and send copies to my cousins. I should mention too that the footnotes you provided were very helpful and beyond what I expected.
Thank you for these amazing translations! I never dreamed so much additional information was hidden in those records, such as Wendtlandt being an organist, the ringing of the bells (I was a music major and enjoyed those bits of information), and the emergency baptism. These are examples of facts and events that make a family story real – and I know that my husband’s family will be surprised and glad to learn of them. I now realize how much I’m missing when I look at these old records. Ancestry o…
Her knowledge of the German language, written and oral, is very remarkable and impressive.
She has ample knowledge of the German and English languages and a very good command of technical terminology and a great feel for language. She is very reliable and can also translate very large volumes of words and still meet her deadlines. Without any reservation, I am glad to highly recommend Katherine for any German into English and English into German project.
It was a pleasure working with you Katherine. I appreciated your rapid response to my requests. The German and English versions of all the documents were perfectly formatted down to the tiny letters on the bottom of the pre-printed baptismal certificate which identified the printer. Thank you.
I asked Katherine to transcribe and translate a baptismal record written in Old German script from 1828 about my Great, Great Grandfather. We had hit a brick wall in our Erkenbrecher genealogy and we just couldn’t find where or who our relatives were in Germany. Katherine did an excellent job of translating this document which divulged the parents of our GG Grandfather. Because of this finding, I have been able to go back eight generations in our Erkenbrecher family tree, all the way back to Hei…
Thank you so much for doing my translation, I am thrilled to pieces and this afternoon I am going to send it off to all the family here in England and in Germany. How you translated that writing I just don’t know, but I suppose if you study languages it perhaps becomes a little easier! Many thanks again, I am so delighted. And isn’t it interesting!
My German in-laws would not say one word about the past, however when they both passed away, we found two huge boxes of letters, journals, and pictures that documented every day of WWII for them. We also found 100 years of old family documents to prove they were Aryan in accordance with the Nuremburg Laws. For the last ten years, we have figured there was one person in the family history who had converted from Judaism and that person had saved those who came after from certain death, but we coul…