- 1793-1794 Land Records of South Prussia. Compiled and posted by R. Reuben Drefs February 2004. This database provides 83 volumes of information from the 1793-1794 South Prussia Land Registration Records. These land records provide the head of household names of nobility villages. They do not include towns and villages owned by the state which are sometimes called crown lands, in German Amtsdoerfer.
- Dr. Rademachers deutsch-österreichisches Ortsbuch 1871-1945. Information about German towns from 1871-1945. (Michael Rademacher)
- Genealogy.net. Searches 14 genealogy databases simultaneously for surnames and place names.
- GEOserv - a German town locator / Ein Service um Städte in Deutschland zu finden (In English and German)
- Ostpommern.de. Die Internetseite des Vereins Ostpommern e. V. - Verein für Familienforschung und Heimatkunde. Select the Kreis site on the map and it will list all of the villages for the Kreis, including population 1905, the village where they attended church, the name of the town for civil registration and the name of the town where the district court (like our courthouse) was located.
- Immigrant Genealogical Society. Through the IGS Research Committee, volunteers open the unique resources of the Immigrant Library to genealogists across the United States and overseas via mail requests. Searches now offered include: German telephone books on CDs; Numerous maps, gazetteers and atlases; Indexes to surnames researched by German genealogists; Lists of German genealogists; Published lists of arriving immigrants; and over 100 volumes of German genealogies.
- Kartenmeister.com. Most comprehensive database of it’s kind in the world. It contains over 98000 locations with over 45,000 name changes once, and 5,500 twice and more. All locations are EAST of the Oder and Neisse rivers and are based on the borders of the eastern provinces in Spring 1918. Included in this database are the following provinces: East Prussia, including Memel, West Prussia, Brandenburg, Posen, Pomerania, and Silesia. It currently list most towns or points, points being: Mills, some bridges, battlefields, named trees, cenotaphs etc. As more information becomes available, (books, maps, your input etc) this database will be updated. Compiled by Uwe-Karsten Krickhah of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. (In German, English and other languages.
- Mecklenburgkontakte. Participant database for family researchers in Mecklenburg.
- My Pomerania. Includes Pommern Database which is a searchable index to records from Pomerania. Our Family Tree aims to help users connect with others searching for similar names, places, etc.
- Die Organisation der Kirchen in Deutschland 1871-1945. Churches in Germany, 1871-1945.
- Pommerscher Verein Freistadt Database Search. Searchable database for Pommern surnames. (In German and English)
- Preußisches Provinz Pommern (1871-1945). Prussian Province of Pomerania 1871-1945. by Michael Rademacher.
- Stübs, Gunthard. "Pommerkontakte: The Virtual Archive for All Pomeranian Family Researchers." Die Pommerschen Leute. 29, 1 (Spring 2006) 6-7. Pommernkontakte is one of the largest archives of genealogy.
- Stübs, Gunthard. "Pommernkontakte: The Virtual Archive That Can Be Used All [sic]Pomeranian Researchers." Die Pommerschen Leute, 29, 2 (Summer 2006) 29. The database provides an opportunity to get in touch with over 5,000 other family researchers in Pommern.
- Die Vorfahren Index Search Page. Die Pommerschen Leute. The quarterly publication Die Pommerschen Leute includes family group sheets that have been submitted by our subscribers. The full names for each family group sheet are included in a searchable index so that researchers can locate family group sheets that may be related to their research.