A few months back, I posted about finding the birth record for Margarethe Kremer, my second great-grandmother. The record was found in FamilySearch’s Luxembourg Civil Registrations record collection. Periodically, over the last few months, I’ve continued to review more of these records, working mainly on the line of Margarethe’s husband Johann Schwatrz. Research was going well, even though I can’t read German (or even French, which started to appear the further back I went). I can get the gist of the records since they follow a pre-printed register, and therefore, a (usually) predictable pattern. While I had much success with the Schwartz family (going back two more generations than previously known), I can’t say the same for the Kremer side. To illustrate the research path I took and ultimately present my predicament, I will outline what I did, step by step.