If you need help and advice or if you simply need to post a query about your ancestors in Austria, please use these resources:
When researching in Austria, there are several courses of action that you could/should take:
e.g. obtaining records of birth, marriage, death from the respective church (but to do this, you will generally have to know the exact parish), searching through archives and libraries, maybe also using LDS-FHC resources (rather limited for some parts of Austria), etc.
i.e. trying to find others that are researching the same family, trying to find records of the surname somewhere in the Internet, etc. The following is intended as a check list; give it a try:
See below for:
FamilySearch - one of the most comprehensive search sites in the
world, by FHL-LDS (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints)
RootsWeb Searches including
MetaSearch, RootsWeb Message Board Search, WorldConnect (GEDCOM files), RSL Roots Surname List, etc.
GeneaNet Database - a large, free database of GEDCOM files with a
user interface in many languages.
Ancestry.com provides access to vast volumes of information. The use
of many resources require an Ancestry.com subscription.
GenTeam.eu database (free; more than 18 million records per March 2018).
The Matricula system provides free online access to church registers (mostly books of birth, marriage and death) from various European countries (currently Austria, Germany, Poland and Serbia).
The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc. and the American Family Immigration History Center (AFIHC) located on Ellis Island.