The following are links to Prussia genealogy resources
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.
Chortitza Colony Wikipedia article on Chortitza, the first Prussian Mennonite Colony in South Russia (Ukraine) established in 1789. The great-great-great-grandfather of Jakob's wife was born there in 1819.
Discovering Roots in Poland Genealogy research and heritage tours. Discovering Roots can help you plan a visit to Poland, find your ancestral towns, assist you during your trip and research your family tree.
Germans From Russia Heritage Collection North Dakota State University Website featuring history, culture, library, research, photos old German script translations, and organized trips back to the homeland Ukraine and Germany.
Germans From Russia Heritage Society The Society functions as a non-profit, non-denominational, non-political organization, incorporated under the laws of the State of North Dakota.
GRANDMA Online (Grandma's Window) California Mennonite Historical Society database of 1,000,000 plus individuals, most of whose ancestry is traceable to Mennonite communities in Prussia (now Poland) and South Russia (now Ukraine). $
JewishGen-ealogy by Genetics With our Genealogy by Genetics partner, Family Tree DNA (FTDNA), JewishGen leads the way and takes Jewish genealogy into the new millennium.
Kartenmeister Translates names in this database in Eastprussia (including Memel), Westprussia, Brandenburg, Posen, Pomerania, and Silesia. It currently lists most towns or points, points being: Mills, some bridges, battlefields, named trees, cenotaphs etc.
Menno Tree The best way to search Mennonite genealogy. This site connects you with historical records for Mennonites of Russian/Prussian and Swiss ancestry.
Mennonite Genealogy Website Genealogical information for Canada, Latin America, Poland, Prussia, Russia, and The United States, plus surname research
Molotschna Colony Wikipedia article on Molotschna, the largest Prussian Mennonite Colony, established in 1804. The great-grandfather of Jakob's wife was born there in 1867.
Plautdietsch-Freunde Plautdietsch-Freunde e.V.'s goal is to document, nurture, and promote the Plautdietsch language. a West Prussian variety of Low German which emerged circa 1550 in the Vistula delta, now in Poland.
Prussian Mennonite Genealogical Resources A wealth of records of many types from the 17th - 19th centuries, including land, inheritance, cemetery, census, court, surname, property, lists of ministers, and lists of Mennonite villages in Prussia.