Krabbenhoft Stuff on the Web
Krabbenhoft & Lampe Guest House Luderitz
Overlooking the historic town of Luderitzbucht, Namibia, K&L Guest House is a fine example of the unique character of the early previous century. Built in 1910 during the diamond rush, it is used as a commercial building with residential facilities.
Krabbenhoft Family Facts – Ancestry.com
Krabbenhoft Family History and Genealogy Facts. Search Immigration, Birth, Marriage, Death, Military and Census Records.
Krabbenhoft Public Library
This place isn’t too far from where my dad was born. I never knew it existed until a couple of years ago. Hopefully, I’ll get to drop in for a visit and maybe get a library card next time we go up for a visit.
The Classroom Teacher as Art Coach
Mom’s book – I designed the cover. She used it in her classes at Texas State University until she retired.
The Krabbenhoft Real Estate Team
Real estate broker in the Moorhead, MN/Fargo, ND area.
Genealogy – Krabbenhoft
1803 Schleswig-Holstein Census
This database is built by the transcriptions of the census 1803 of the southern part of the duchy of Schleswig, and corrected and replaced by the informations of the church books. Krabbenhofts from America should select Gettorf for their search. This will include information from Revensdorf.
Ancestry.com has a lot of great census information available online which is extremely helpful when trying to determine who is who in your family tree. The forums there are also a great place to connect with other people who may already have information you need.
Cyndi’s List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
This is a massive list with links to all kinds of genealogical information on the web.
Emigration out of Schleswig-Holstein, 19th century
This is a directory of links to Word documents containing information on nearly 250,000 Germans who emigrated from Germany to America in the 19th century.
This site is provided by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and has a lot of great information.
Iowa WPA Graves
This is a searchable online database created from a 1930’s WPA project to survey all the gravestones in Iowa. There are numerous misspellings (and they are posting the raw data without corrections) so be creative when searching.