The Bavarian of nobility

Of nobility are a publicly-run directory of all the nobles and aristocrats met certain requirements of a country. The best known example is the 1808 decorated Bavarian of nobility; who was not registered in their, was not in the public acts recognized as nobility. A general book had nobility of Saxony (1902), factually or. were regionally restricted Adelsmatrikeln it in Württemberg for the nobility unable glorious and gallant economic (1818) and in Tyrol for the landed gentry (1363) or. Prussia in the Rhineland of nobility (1827) The means of regulation of Baden 1815 envisaged establishment of an of nobility could not be put into practice, contrary to the reports (Lederle, 174f). In Austria there were in the literature, despite the often encountered the opposite relationship was not of nobility, with the exception of Galicia and Lodomeriens. Furthermore, also the registers of the Baltic knights of Livonia, Estonia, Kurland und Oesel zu erwähnen. The matriculation of Kurzeme Knighthood had been appointed 1620 erreichtet, die der anderen Ritterschaften in der Mitte des 18. Century. Those:


  • Josef v. Bauer: State nobility books, in: Monatsblatt eagle 6 (1906-1919) m 487ff
  • Horst Heinrich v. Einsiedel: Law, the establishment of a noble book, and the leadership of the nobility and aristocracy of character on, Leipzig 1902, 13ff
  • Baron Heiner v. Hoyningen Huene gene: The parish registers, Genealogy and family history work, in: Baltic Association of knighthoods 1949-1999, Limburg / Lahn 1999, 319ff
  • Baron Heiner v. Hoyningen Huene gene: The parish registers, Genealogy and family history work, in: Sigismund Freiherr v. Elverfeldt-Ulm (Hg.): Adel Law, Dunfermline 2001, 125f
  • Alfred Lederle: The needle right in the former Grand Duchy of Baden, in: Archives for Genealogical Research 1943, 173f
  • Ernst v. Mühlendahl / Baron Heiner v. Hoyningen gene. Huene: The Baltic knighthoods, Limburg / Lahn 1973
  • Andrea Black: The Royal Bavarian kingdom and the Herald's Office of nobility, in: Herold-Jahrbuch 1998, 159ff

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