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Messages from the family of Wulffen

Wappen-Wulffen

The gender of house-Wulff'sche Neindorf in Halberstadt derives its name from the predator “Wulf and Wolf” from. Accordingly, it called itself Schlechtweg Wulf or Wolf without the preposition “of”. At the time of Leopold Kaisof (1658-1705) It was custom, the name of the old nobility in general, the preposition “of” vorzusetzen. The sons of Heinrich Christoff added to the name nor the ending “science” and then the race was called henceforth “Wulffen”.



Dynastic research

Dynastische-Forschungen

Content: 1. The counts of Jülich and their kinsmen 2. Antoingsche the trunk with its branches 3. Possessions, after which the counts cited by Cleveland 4. The counts of Moers 5. Proof of membership of the Lords of the needle Schoeppingk 6. The Counts of Sayn 7. The noble lords of Holte 8. The nobility of the province of Westphalia 9. Recognition of the baronial the predicate of Ledebur 10. On the gender of the gentry Märkischen, those in 13. to 15. The century mark “Noble lords” awarded[...]



Adelslexika

Hefner

List of all genders, in the Gotha court calendar and included in the genealogical books are pocket (Download the ULB Düsseldorf) See also: Collection of ancestor lists, and news of noble families in alphabetical order, the articles on genealogical books of the nobility



Siebmachers armorial

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The books contain sieve-Arms 130.000 Wappen in 119 Volumes. 1605 appeared to be a first part of his “New Wappenbuch” with 226 Boards. 1609 the second with 164 Boards. At the time of 1854 to 1967 appeared the new sieve. The individual volumes were divided into divisions. Primarily responsible for initially was Otto Titan v. Hefner. However, the number of employees known as Heyer v. Rosenfeld, A.M. Hildebrandt, G.A. Seyler, or M. Gritzner stood aside and gave each different parts of the individual volumes.



Archive for history of German nobility, Genealogy, Heraldry and sphragistics

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From the contents: Tournament collar in the German heraldry, the nobility Behr, Bar in Northern Germany, Messrs. Jerichow and their kinsmen, the Lippe Rose Group, Seal of the City of Aachen, Studies on the family of Hammerstein.