I saw my family name as a Spouse and don't know how to ask further questions
Stough (Stauch) our German family name on my Mother's side.
Brett . ✭✭✭✭✭
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
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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FamilySearch – Deutschsprachig
[ 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.