Here's the ultimate place to visit to find where the good stuff
is - where you can find Mennonite genealogy (family
Use the picklist to the left to select the geography of interest.
As soon as you left-click onto a locality, your page will refresh
to those resources. You'll find the exact same picklist on each
page in the same location - so you can't get lost!
There are approximately 1,400 discrete listings
of community-specific data for Mennonite genealogy
if you really don't know your geography - we highly recommend William
Schroeder & Helmut T. Huebert's Mennonite Historical Atlas,
2nd ed. It and other Mennonite paper publications are available
Historical Society of Alberta (MHSA). Some of his maps have been captured and placed online by the Mennonite Heritage Centre.
There is also an
excellent online Gazetteer
for Prussia by Stphen S. Barthel that shows villages in their
province, district, parish & government office context. For
a good online map to use in conjunction with the Gazeteer, see Ludwig
of the German Empire found on the University of Wisconsin website.