Archive for the 'Saxony-Anhalt' Category

Grandma Elise

Monday, January 9th, 2012

☯ In memory of my grandmother Elise Sturm, born Jan 9th, 1882, I like to mention here my family search web site. ☯ Ute’s Family Search Any living cell carries with it the experience of a billion years of experimentation by its ancestors. ~ Max Delbrück Every book is a quotation; and every house is […]

Pattern: 7 mutations from CRS (Cambridge Reference Sequence)

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

I already mentioned in the previous post Genealogical DNA research that the results of my mtDNA analysis showed that I belong to the haplogroup X. I received the results from Family Tree DNA in September 2007. Here I would like to mention another fact that attests to my numerical pattern of number seven. The analysis […]

Genealogical DNA research

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

Besides writing a book about numerological patterns and the recognition and relevance thereof, I’m also interested in genealogical DNA research. We observe patterns in any kind of areas and important clues can be deduced from these data. I decided to start with my genealogical DNA research in July 2007. Therefore I had my mitochondrial DNA […]


Thursday, July 19th, 2007

A person, I had met when I worked at Microsoft, awakened my curiosity for genealogy. He worked as a translator for a translation company in Germany, and his company worked on the translation and localization products of Microsoft software. Since I was working on translation projects, I met him on one of my visits with […]

St. Pankratius entrance door

Friday, June 8th, 2007

In my previous post ‘Sponsoring a child’ I chose a picture of a door that belongs to the convent and church St. Pankratius of the Augustinian order in Hamersleben in Saxony-Anhalt County. St. Pankratius is now under renovation and will be finished in 2008. It belongs to the most significant Romanic facilities. Construction started about […]