Also, where is this family of Wachtenheim that you wrote me comes from
Slovakia? IT's the first I hear of them in Slovakia....can you tell me the name of
the family in Slovakia?
> > Dear Daniel,
> > Thank you very much for your reply.
> > What I am still missing is some time orientation. This would mean names
> > your oldest known ancestors and associated years and places. This is how
> > research begins and this is how at least I am "programmed" to "get
> > to think about the possible research avenues.
> > Because this Wachtenheim family is all your family anyway, noone else
> > have interest to collect them, so you should have no fear in revealing
> > You seem to really want to have some Wachtenheim data from the Catholic
> > church books.
> > Ask the living ones about their places of origin and start there.
> > Church records are organized by parishes which usually cover more than
> > place and rather an area.
> > If this is in Hungary or Slovakia, you have a chance to view the films
> > church records in the Mormon libraries, but have to order them first.
> > There will be one obstacle with Jewish records;
> > They are not as old as the Catholic ones.
> > Nobody, except the Wachtenheims from Hungary, can now tell you, which
> > records to look at.
> > Have you been researching the Wachtenheim family from Slovakia? There
> > also be a link as to where did they come from to Slovakia.
> > Vladimir Bohinc
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