Archive for January 2010

Archives

Tour of the University Library and casting their stocks, edited by Irmgard Lair and Peter Reuter, inventories of governmental archives of the district of Paderborn, published by the Histor. Come. the province of Westphalia. Bearb. Johannes Münster Linneborn i. In: Aschendorff, 1923 Inventories of governmental archives of the circle Buren, edited by L. Schmitz Kallenberg Munster i. In : Aschendorff, 1915



The feudal lords and vassals of the castle and the glory Rheydt

The earliest inhabitants of the Lower Rhine level were the Celts. This ancient nation in the opinion of the Lore-language name Rheydt back which leads as they say- is derived from the Celtic word “rithi=Wasserfurt”. Besides the exact history is written extensively about the church and the feudal lords and vassals Rheydts until the time of French rule.



The aristocratic convent sea near Neuss

The presentation of the history of the monastery was at the instigation of Baron Friedrich von der Leyen-Bloemersheim. He was also undertook the design changes and so the buildings saved from destruction. In this way, a lot of memories, the former to the monastery and its former owner remembered, will receive. Besides the detailed description of the historical events since the foundation of the monastery, the geographic extent, a genealogy, Description of the donations and privileges, is particularly the list of champions, Nuns, Priors and priests of the monastery (versehen  [...]



Green's book Saxon priest

The three volumes include the parishes and pastors of the Evangelical Lutheran. Church of Saxony by 1539-1939. They were published by order of the minister Association. To the band parishes of the Evangelical Lutheran. Lutheran Church of Saxony to go here: http://histbest.ub.uni-leipzig.de/receive/UBLHistBestCBU_cbu_00000012



Album ruling archbishops and bishops of the German Empire

Album of the now ruling archbishops and bishops of the German Empire in photographic images together with brief life sketches breast Dusseldorf.