Stough (Stauch) our German family name on my Mother's side.
Thank you for more info!
@G M Weatherford
Welcome to the "Community.FamilySearch" Forum.
I am just another 'lowly User/Patron ...
Not that I can provide much help/assistance ...
That Said ...
As an aside ...
The "Ideas" (ie. 'Feedback') Section, where you have submitted your post, is more so a 'Feedback' medium for 'FamilySearch', rather than a medium for User/Patrons (ie. Participants) to, ask 'Questions'; and/or, 'Request' for help/assistance.
As such ...
Can I humbly suggest, that you consider, REPOSTING, this post of yours, in either (or, BOTH),
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The "Q and A" Section, possibly, under the 'Category' of "Family Tree".
"Q and A" Section
'Category' of "Family Tree"
Home > Help Center Categories > Family Tree
[ Here is the direct link/access ... ]
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One or more of the 'Groups', in the "Groups" Section
So that, the members of that/those 'Group(s)' may be able to help/assist you; and, I know that the members of 'Groups', are only too will to help/assist other participants in the Forum.
Also, please be advised, that you will need to "Join", a 'Group' in the Forum, to post in a group.
The 'Groups' that I would humbly recommend would be:
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Home > Groups > Germany Genealogy Research
This group covers German research, handling topics such as research, Family History Library classes, collections, websites, and changes in the world of genealogy for the German empire.
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[ German Speaking ]
Eine Gruppe, die sich mit Themen wie Forschung, Familiengeschichte, Urkundensammlungen, Websites und Veränderungen in der Welt der Genealogie für den deutschsprachigen Raum beschäftigt.
Translation to English
A group that deals with topics such as research, family history, document collections, websites and changes in the world of genealogy for German-speaking countries.
[ Despite being "German Speaking," you can post in English; and, some responses will be in English ... ]
[ And/Or, you can ALSO simply just use 'Google' "Translate" ... I do it all the time, it seems to work well ... ]
I hope this helps.