Akta Generalia concerning the collection of duplicate church records of the District Court and City Baldenburg

Wikipedia writes about the history of Baldenburg:

The region, was founded in the city later Baldenburg, included in the 12. and 13. Century to the dominion of the royal house of Samboriden. After they died, he came as a result of succession dispute pomerellischen 1309 to the Teutonic Order and made a part of the Commandery of the Order state Schlochau. The Christianization of Poland was probably carried out, what the long-lasting religious affiliation with the Archdiocese of Gniezno speaks. Presumably there was already a town near the later Slavic fishing village; überliefert ist ein namenloses Dorf vor der Stadt aber erst in Urkunden von 1410 and 1411.

1408 a huge fire was raging in the city . 1466 the place was a fief of Poland . 1691 Weber received special privileges , which strengthen settlements of them led . Dadurch gab es 1624 53 Tuchmacher in Biały Bór. 1650 a school opened . Durch den Krieg gegen Schweden und eine Pestepidemie um 1710 stoppte der Aufschwung des Ortes. Im April 1765 wütete ein Brand in der Stadt und vernichtete 74 Häuser und 20 Scheunen. 1772 lebten 620 Einwohner in der Stadt.

1772 wurde Baldenburg Teil Preußens. Of 1818 to 1919 gehörte Baldenburg zum Landkreis Schlochau und somit zur Provinz Westpreußen. Those: Wikipedia

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Parafia Koczała ; Pfarr Flotenstein : Akta Generalia concerning the collection of duplicate church records of the District Court and City Baldenburg, erschienen in Biały Bór 1842-8843

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