Archive for September 2010

History of sex Ebell

Ebell-Wappen

These are the small moments of happiness in the life of a genealogist. Discover this book by chance one of them! Determined to be a lot of research colleagues are delighted, because the name appears in numerous lineages Ebell on. The author explains at the beginning the importance of the family name, and then proceeds to the individual branches, starting in Perleberg 1560-1870. There are also branches of the Ruppin 1740 today and the Hamburg branch since 1740.



German students at Bologna from 1289-1562

Deutsche-Studenten-in-Bologna

Than the “Acta nationis Germanicae universitatis Bononiensis” Based on the in-house archive family Malvezzi kept remnants of the old account books and registers of the “German nation” were published at Bologna by order of Savigny-Stiftung, decided by the Royal Prussian Academy of Sciences of the information contained in the Acts of personal names in a “Index biographicus” to leave work. This is the result.



The peasantry in the principality of Ratzeburg

Hausmarken

This book is the peasantry of the principality of Ratzeburg, Schoenberger community dedicated to the particular. It provides an overview of the history of individual farms and their inhabitants. All Büdnereien were developed because it was so, that small ownership changed more often than the larger, People also came from the city to the country and more property was not only the extinction of the family but also by the rural exodus in foreign hands.



Scholars of the Universities of Giessen and Marburg book

Stipendiatenbuch

This book is ideal for family research: the names of the fellows are for years 1652-1690, 1720-1744 and 1748 to 1774 found mostly in the Giessen University Archives kept matriculation. Served for the other years for the part of Kilian Rudrauff scale diary. The information about their origin and life of the fellows are from several hundred volumes of personal files.



Citizens of Frankfurt Book

Buergerbuch-Frankfurt

A directory of the best known families of Dutch, French and Italian, a sequence of 450 blooming rich urban families, the origin of all 600 Families, the occupations of the citizens, the professional surveys, and a list of old businesses and buildings act.