International German Genealogy Partnership

The International German Genealogy Partnership’s mission is to facilitate German genealogy research globally as the internationally recognized federation of German genealogy organizations.
International German Genealogy Partnership (IGGP) conference to be held in Fort Wayne, Indiana   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   03 May 2022 – Fort Wayne, Indiana   Fort Wayne, Indiana has recently been chosen as the host of the International German Genealogy Partnership (IGGP) conference in 2023. This conference, which is expected to draw upward of 500 attendees, focuses on the history and genealogy of those with German ancestry, wherever they live in the world.   Fort Wayne has long been known as “a most German town,” with about 50% of its residents claiming German ancestry. The acclaimed Genealogy Center at Allen County Public Library (ACPL) is more than pleased to be the local host for the 2023 event, with support from local German societies, genealogical societies, and Visit Fort Wayne.    The 2023 IGGP International Conference will be held in downtown Fort Wayne at the Grand Wayne Conference Center and will offer three days of German-centric presentations in multiple tracks. Attendees will learn from top presenters with advanced proficiency in their fields of study, including genealogists, authors, historians and archivists. Those attending the conference will also have the opportunity to utilize the ACPL’s Genealogy Center’s historical and genealogical materials that number more than 1.2 million items in the physical collection. The library further offers access to dozens of major databases and thousands of smaller specialty data files. Researchers will have access to the expert staff who can assist them with finding their families’ histories and stories.    Join us 9 June – 11 June 2023 for this exciting conference. Partnership leadership day will be 8 June 2023. We look forward to seeing you there!     Learn More and Stay Connected:   Visit the IGGP website at    Read the IGGP newsletter at    Like IGGP on Facebook:    Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center: 
About the International German Genealogy Partnership  IGGP comprises more than 100 organizations around the world. IGGP’s mission is “to facilitate German genealogy research globally as the internationally-recognized federation of German genealogy organizations.”   IGGP held its first international conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2017. Participants traveled from Europe, North America, South America and Australia.   The 2023 conference is hosted by the Allen County Public Library with its acclaimed Genealogy Center and supported by a local German societies, local genealogical societies, and Visit Fort Wayne. Details of the Fort Wayne conference will be posted when available on the IGGP website.    Germans arrived in America as early as Jamestown in 1607. In 2000, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that almost 50 million people in the United States have German roots – the largest ethnic minority in the country at that time. The 2010-2014 American Community Survey found almost 15 percent of the U.S. population can claim German ancestry. #####   Contact:    International German Genealogy Partnership P.O. Box 16312 Saint Paul, Minnesota 55116-0312
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  1. Sandra Lehrman says:

    Doing research on
    Max A. Graevell/Gravelle
    Katie Arndt Graevell
    Andrew Lehrman

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