Landsknechts typically came from Swabia, Alsace, Flanders, and the Rhineland, but ultimately the regiments were made up of men from all parts of Europe.
The part of the unit that I'm intersted in were the Tross. Members of the Tross were made up of women, children and some craftsmen. The Tross were the camp followers or "baggage train" who traveled with each Landsknecht unit, carrying the military necessities, the food and the belongings of each soldier and his family. How they set up camp, cooked and moved from site to site is where I'm at.
I've found many woodcuts from which I'm taking my inspiration from.