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Historical records of the family Giseke

Giseke

The oldest known member of the family was Giseke Henning Giseke. He lived to 1568. Whence he came, Nothing is known about. His descendants were Hans and Heinrich. The latter was 1590 born and died 1674 in Osterwieck at Halberstadt. His wife was Catharine Hilary.



Contributions to the history of the family Soelling

Soelling-Siegel

Since the year 1727 is the notation has been noted Soiling and Mr. Dietrich Heinrich tribe of the Essenes led Soelling this name so. The Soiling occurring as the forefather John was born Catholic faith, but died as a follower of the reformer Martin Luther.



Contributions to the history of the family of Loebell

von-Loebell

After Zedlitz the family from Alsace and Austria came to Swabia. Georg von Loebell, Orders to Captain Wartenburg was in 1454 The Duke of Sagan Rudolph the Teutonic Order sent to help.



History of the castle men, Viscount and Burglehen Nideggen

Nideggen

The book begins with the history of the castle and town Nideggen. We find the oldest messages on the time of construction to destruction in 154e by the Imperial and the history of the resident families, Castle men and Viscount.



The oldest book Wismarsche town of about 1250 to 1272

Stadtbuch-Wismar

His old age and its contents show him to a special place among the German city of books. It introduces the earliest states of the Middle Ages not mean city, and is complemented by the work “The advice line of the city of Wismar“. Those: Techen, Frederick: The oldest city Wismarsche book : of about 1250 to 1272 on behalf of the seaside town of Wismar ed. as by Festschrift Friedrich Techen. Annual Meeting of the d. Hans. U History Association. the Association for Low German language research, Pentecost 1912 Wismar : Hinstorff, 1912 (With name index,  [...]