Families- and local research focusing Pomerania, particularly Greifenhagen, Greifenberg, Naugard Zum wiederholten Mal treffen sich Genealogen und Heimatforscher zu ihrer Jahrestagung in der Ostsee-Akademie in Travemünde. Seit zehn Jahren gibt es die Kooperation von Ostsee-Akademie und Pommerschem Greif e.V.
Archive for December 2009
Digital documents and images with research on the history of the Hohenzollerns of Brandenburg-Prussia, edited by Paul Seidel published by Giesecke & Devrient. The individual contributions from the vintages of the Hohenzollern Yearbook can be downloaded from the website of the Central and Regional Library Berlin. The contents of the classes can be viewed. I have noticed the following example text:
Frederick William the Great Elector of Brandenburg (1620-1688) found on his accession, due to the 30-year war and a depopulated country from feral. Born the son of the Elector George William and Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate, he expected a full education behind secure walls in Küstrin, until he was sent as a 14-year-old crown prince in the Netherlands to perfect his education. He was married to Louise Henriette of Orange, with whom he fathered six children. Luise Henriette von Oranien (1627-1667) was the eldest daughter[...]
This data collection contains church book duplicates of Protestant and Catholic parishes in the former duchies of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Mecklenburg-Strelitz, now part of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. The parish registers contain records of baptisms, Births, Marriages, Funerals, Deaths, Confirmations and Communions. The majority of the records covering the cohorts 1876-1918 from. However, there are few previous reports, some as early as 1716.
The following list contains the names to download, Rank, Death and cause of death 1724 in I. World War fallen, missing, or by injury, disease or medical officers who died in the German Army. The list is sorted by last name.