All information to “Bad Griesbach” and its neighbourhood, where we are living at present, especially to recreation, wellness and sports.
In Bad Griesbach You will find, beside the thermal springs, Europe’s Number One Golf Resort which offers three 9 hole courses, six 18 hole courses, the world’s largest golf academy and even golf tuition for children;
furthermore the greatest interrelated Nordic Walking trail-net in Germany.

The town Bad Griesbach is located in the area “Passau Land” in “Niederbayern” (Lower Bavaria), Germany, in the Rott-valley near the border to Austria .

Zweibruecken is the city in the palatinate, Germany, where I was born and grew up.
Most persons from the genealogy-part come from this area.
In former times Zweibruecken has been the main-residence of one the most important Wittelsbach-lines, today it is a town constituting a district in its own right.

German web site of the “Verein fuer ComputerGenealogie(www.genealogy.net).

More than 150 million entries are indexed on the GeneaNet database! This will help you find your ancestors quickly and easily. Many search tools and features are available
You should be registered but it's free of charge. Geneanet is very popular in Germany and France.
To view my
genealogical data there is a link to my data base at Geneanet, as I like the presentation and options there best.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons):
FamilySearch is the largest genealogy organization in the world. Millions of people use FamilySearch records, resources, and services to learn more about their family history. For over 100 years, FamilySearch has been actively gathering, preserving, and sharing genealogical records worldwide. Patrons may freely access our resources and service online at FamilySearch.org, or through over 4,500 family history centers in 70 countries, including the renowned Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
A German surface with convenient search functions is available.
Highly recommended!

MyHeritage.com is a community site, by which you can stay connected with family and friends. It includes photo sharing with face recognition technology, online family trees, family events calendar, a genealogy search engine and free genealogy software to create and manage family data.

MyHeritage greatly facilitates finding the same information in other family trees and is therefore very popular in Germany.

By clicking the icon, you get to my personal page.

Discover more about your ancestry in just a few steps. You can begin your family tree, learn how to use records in your family search, connect with others who are seeking out their ancestors and find the answers to your tough research questions.

The Genographic Project offers men and women to be examined their genetic constitution of the paternal or maternal line. The website also provides much information about the origin and migration of mankind.

http://home.bawue.de/~hanacek/info/ddatbase.htm

Internet sources for genealogy of the german language area.

http://www.lha-rlp.de

Website of the National Archives Rhineland-Palatinate

http://www.stadtplan.net/deutschland/rheinland-pfalz/suedwestpfalz/

City and touristic maps of Rhineland-Palatinate

http://gov.genealogy.net/ShowObjectSimple.do?id=object_280022

The Genealogical local directory of the Society for Computer Genealogy at Zweibrücken

http://wiki-de.genealogy.net/Batchnummer

GenWiki page with explanations of the FamilySearch batch numbers.

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch-Nummer

Batch numbers at Wikipedia

http://www.igi-index.de/

German batch numbers directory

Note: Though I carefully checked the external linked Sites I assume no liability for the contents.
For the contents excludingly their operators are responsible.