setting up and maintaining a genealogical archive
mediating contacts to other research institutions and archives
publishing the results of genealogical research
holding genealogical conferences and work-weekends
providing genealogical information
The "Deutsch-Baltische Genealogische Gesellschaft e.V." (DBGG) (German-Baltic Genelogical Association) was founded in Darmstadt in 1985. Its office with its archive and library is in Darmstadt in the "Haus der Deutsch-Balten" (House of the German-Baltic people).
The purpose of the DBGG is to carry out German-Baltic genealogical research and to support its members and other people interested therein by
You can support the work of the German-Baltic Genealogical Association through a donation.
The association is a corporate member of the "Deutsch-Baltische Gesellschaft e.V." (www.deutsch-balten.com) (German-Baltic Association) as well as a member of the "Arbeitsgemeinschaft ostdeutscher Familienforscher" (AGoFF) (Association of Eastern-European Family Researchers) and in this context has taken over the position of "Forschungsstelle Baltikum" (Research Department Baltic States).
The association welcomes requests regarding genealogical topics via mail or e-Mail and forwards them to the members in charge. As all members are volunteers, answers cannot be given at once. The expenses to be paid depend on the amount of research necessary.
People interested in the work of the association are invited to apply for membership. The corresponding application for membership can be downloaded below.
The annual membership fee is € 40.00.
Although the documents 'Information Sheet', 'Constitution' and 'Application for Membership' are offered as English translations of the original German documents on our homepage and although most of our members are able to communicate with you in English, we are not able to provide English versions of our genealogical documents and publications as these are only written and published in German.
(The various "translations" of German titles provided in brackets and printed in italics are only provided to inform the English-speaking reader about the meaning of the original titles.)
NEWS on the DBGG-Homepage: