GGD 1939 Resettlement Records Page, rev 2016
This is a major revision to the Resettlement Database made in 1998 by GGD led
by Steve Stroud.
Volunteers, Betty Wray (member W5), Renata Dilk Pilon
(P50), Pam Sandbo (S163), Richard Grauman (G12), Maggie Graham (G43), Barbara
Duey (D3), and Ed Rozylowicz (R4) typed in the information while John Kaminski
(K25) co-ordinated the work and merged all these 10,000 cards into the existing
55,000 people database leading to a new database of 64,077 names.
This database is best viewed using our very powerful GEDCOM viewer.
You can search for families, individuals, inhabitants of a village, etc.
Charts available with the viewer include Timeline,
Relationship, Ancestry, Fan and Hourglass.
card number for the LDS microfilm is called "Reference Number"
Help using this database
We have also received some corrections
to the database, which we are not permitted to change. These can be viewed
Access web-based listing via: Surnames Grouped Alphabetically
but takes a long time to load)
How to Use the web-based Listing
The Surname listing allows you to quickly find all people with the same
surname. Beware of the multiple spellings for the same last name. Clicking on a
surname brings up the List of Names in alphabetical order. The small C or P
beside a person indicates that this person is listed twice, once as the head of
a family, and again as a parent or child of another family. The EWZ
card number for the LDS microfilm is called "User ID."
Please see the
Help file on how to use this database to determine
the Latterday Saints microfilm number for your relative.
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These pages were produced by Legacy 19 March 20 2016.