Month: February 2012


Publ-Gruber: General Encyclopedia of Sciences and Arts

The Universal Encyclopaedia of Sciences and Arts (Ersch short-Gruber) is a comprehensive, Scientific Encyclopedia, of the 1818 to 1889 First of John Samuel and Johann Gottfried Gruber Ersch and edited by 400 Scholars has been developed. It comprises 167 Text-books of almost 79.000 Pages in three sections and 1 Plate volume as well as several panel inserts. The work was […]


Older university parish registers of the University of Frankfurt an der Oder

Older university parish registers (1506 – 1648) Band 1.1 Older university parish registers (1649 – 1811) Band 1.2 Older university parish registers: People- index volume and local 1.3 Older university parish registers (1456 – 1645) Band 2.1 Older university parish registers (1646 – 1700) Band 2.2 Those: Persons involved: George Love, Dr. Emil Theuner and Ernst Friedlander : Older university registers of the University of Frankfurt (Or) Leipzig: Hirzel, […]


Genealogical research made easy: What Denmark and Norway to offer in its archives

The primary role of the State Archives is, to collect historical sources, retain and make available to the public. Some archives provide an exemplary manner in an online genealogy. Danish State Archives: (State Archives home) In Denmark, the church records and other records of the National Church transferred to the provincial archives. Sie müssen daher nicht Ihre Fragen an den örtlichen Pastor […]

History leaves for town and country Magdeburg : Communications of the Association for History and Archaeology

In Magdeburg, with its significant history, had a circle of like-minded men to the Director of Domgymnasium Samuel Frederick Henry Wiggert (1791-1871) formed , out in December 1865 der „Verein für Geschichte und Altertumskunde des Herzogtums und Erzstiftes Magdeburg“ entstand. At the 6. January 1866 the statute has been signed and an Executive Board elected. Der Verein […]

August Wilhelm Hupel: Nordische Miscellaneen und Neue Nordische Miscellaneen 1781 to 1798

In the retrospective digitization of Bielefeld University Library, I have already pointed out in a separate article. Such development work includes the complete issues “Nordischen Miscellaneen“ and “New Nordic Miscellaneen“. On the side of the Bielefeld University Library, all items can be easily read on a table of contents and controlled directly, während die Universität Tartu alle diese Ausgaben als […]


The Protestant clergy in East- and West Prussia since the Reformation

Concise messages from everyone since the Reformation the Protestant churches in West Prussia salaried preachers : at the instigation of the Royal Consistory, by Ludwig Rhesa (1776-1840) Kaliningrad, 1834 Concise messages from all since 1775 the Protestant churches in East Prussia salaried preachers : as a continuation of Arnold Chen Presbyterologie on the initiative of the Royal Consistory, by Ludwig Rhesa […]


History of the Silesian family of the Counts uradligen Posadowsky-Wehner

The sex is part of the Silesian nobility Posadowsky and has its home in the right upper shore between Oels , Bernstadt and Brieg. It is descended from the ancient race of Habdancks, whose coat of arms, they also lead – a reliable feature of Community origin. It differs from, for example, in the colors. The arms of the Counts Posadowsky-Wehner, Freiherrn von […]

Bookplate: Books about the ex-libris online and digitized as

Was revived by the ex-libris 1880 you. a. by the founder of modern etchings Max Klinger. The bookplate experienced at this time a big boost, which showed itself in an enormous variety of topics and in the formation of collector circles. 1891 was the German ex-libris Club (today: German ex-libris Society) founded. Besonders im Jugendstil erwachte das Exlibris zu neuer […]

Pfarrkirche St. Vitus

Sources and research on the history of the district Wiedenbrück

A mammoth task, Dr. phil. Franz Xaver Flaskamp (1890-1985) as a historian, Archivist and author in Wiedenbrück during his life with his publications and left handles. Overall, he was the author of more than 100 Publications. These include the importance for us genealogists citizens lists, Book of the Dead, Traubücher und Taufbücher.Like this:Like Loading…


Historical contributions to families of Nördlingen (Swabia)

Nördlingen is a large district in the Swabian district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria. The former Free Imperial City is the largest city in the county. Historically well-documented is the story of the witch hunt in this place, associated with the name Friedrich Wilhelm Lutz (1551-1597) as a critic of witchcraft trials, and Sebastian Roettinger (1537-1608) als Bürgermeister und Hexenjäger.Like this:Like Loading…