In addition to the church records are public books are an important source for genealogical research. The books were mostly citizens created before the beginning of the church records and recorded the images of a city civil. There were persons included in this book, which had acquired the citizenship.
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Adress-Calender, the high-Fürstl. Braunschw. Lüneb. Head- and Residentz- Wolffenbüttel cities and Brunswick and Prince's court found there, of other colleges, Instantien, and Expeditions : to the year of Christ 1721 (Braunschweigisches address book for the year 1721) Braunschweigischer measurement- and merchant- Almanac for the Leap Year 1796 of P. C. Ribbentrop (Braunschweigisches address book for the year 1796) Braunschweigisches address book for the year 1802 Braunschweigisches address book for the year 1804 Braunschweigisches address book for the year 1805 Braunschweigisches address book for the year 1806 Braunschweigisches address book for the year 1807 Braunschweigisches[...]
The oldest surviving city of Szczecin book belongs to the third group, The Homeyer 1860 different for the city books, namely, the books in the service of justice, the town books of the Middle Ages, or the city's books in the strict sense (book-guided Protocols on conveyances and orders Rent)
Married Auguste Dorothea of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel on 7. August 1684 Wolfenbüttel Count Anton Günther II. by Black-Sondershausen. This was 1697 Imperial Prince and lived in Arnstadt.
Mieszko (Mieczislaw) I., The first historically authenticated Polish Prince, occurs as lord of Kuyavia and has his residence in the Kruschwitz Goplosee. There was also to 1159 the seat of the mid- 11. Century, founded diocese Kujawy. The first written mention of the settlement does not exceed the Markowitz 15. Century back. The name, formed by appending the patronymic suffix “ice” the name of Mark gives no information and can detect only, that the name itself is made after the introduction of Christianity[...]