Always check those digital images before you leave the facility. When at the Family History Library on my group trip, I made a few images for myself. In reviewing them months later, I realized I bypassed the bottom of page 256 and only got the top of page 257 (partially shown in the illustration).  get-it-all



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  1. I researched my Father’s 1925 divorce from his first wife using the records in he MD Archives in Annapolis, MD. Quite a file and very interesting as my father had 3 men testify that she had slept with them.
    They were quite a collection of documents, and I would have left out items if I had tried to copy the,.
    The Archives offer a CD for $35., which includes ALL docs in the collection of files.
    I did the same with my Mom’s divorce, which includes the testimony in Court and an 8 page letter from her Husband who fled and disappeared her after he hit her.
    Point being, these services are a great help, if available.

  2. Michael, I was in your class August 2015 at ACPL and I go there frequently. I will be happy to photo that missing page for you if you’d like.

    • Thanks, Jan. Looking at their catalog, it doesn’t look like ACPL has this specific book. Their collection of these relatively recent German “village books” isn’t very large.

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