The nobility of the Bohemian crown landsBy admin | August 9th, 2010 | Category: Adels-Historie, Digital Library, Invent | Comments Off
The Kingdom of Bohemia was 6.774.309 Population (Stand 1910) By far the most important of the Habsburg Crown Land State. This summary from the hall books far more than 2ooo crest elevations of rank and letters and credentials have been the year 1530 listed.
The hall served as the basis of books about this complex work. The oldest Bohemian noble acts dating from the year 1580, Some information comes from the early Kopialbüchern the governor's office in Prague.
The countries of the Bohemian crown included Bohemia, Moravia and Austrian Silesia (All three now Czech Republic) and up 1635 then assigned to two axes Mark counties and other by-country. The Bohemian lands were formally linked in a personal union, the king of Bohemia was also Duke of Silesia and Margrave of Moravia. The other countries were incorporated in Bohemia and Titularansprüche
Cisleithanien: 1. Bohemia, 2. Bukovina, 3. Carinthia, 4. Lands, 5. Dalmatia, 6. Galicia, 7. Coastal land, 8. Austria below the Enns, 9. Moravia, 10. Salzburg, 11. Silesia, 12. Styria, 13. Tyrol, 14. Austria above the Enns, 15. Vorarlberg; Transleithanien: 16. Hungary, 17. Croatia and Slavonia; 18. Bosnia and Herzegovina (Those: Wikipedia)
- Doerr, August: The nobility of the Bohemian crown lands: A list of those letters and coat of arms of nobility which are registered in the books of the noble Bohemian Hall Archives, Prague 1900
- Doerr also appeared in August of The Complete Works Genealogical source material on the history of the Austrian nobility 1927-1934
- Vlasak, Franz: The old Bohemian nobility, and his descendants after the Thirty Years War, Prague 1866
- The nobility of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia: Genealogical heraldic repertory, Prague 1859
- Henry of Kadich, Conrad Blazek, The Moravian nobility, Nuremberg 1899. – a herbary of the Moravian gentry
- Johann Rudolf Graf Wonder-Crivelli, The Bohemian nobility, Nuremberg 1886. – a herbary of the bohemian gentry