The peasantry in the principality of Ratzeburg

This book is the peasantry of the principality of Ratzeburg, Schoenberger community dedicated to the particular. It provides an overview of the history of individual farms and their inhabitants.

All Büdnereien were developed because it was so, that small ownership changed more often than the larger, People also came from the city to the country and more property was not only the extinction of the family but also by the rural exodus in foreign hands.

Die Geschwister der Hauswirte sind gleichermaßen brücksichtigt worden, it is the marriage belong to, Evidence of exchange marriages (Brother and sister married sister and brother of a court of another court) und so ergibt sich ein recht umfassendes Ortsfamilienbuch.

Extract from the local directory:

Bechelsdorf, Boitin, Bünsdorf, Falkenhagen, Greaves, Kleinfeld, Lindow, Lockwisch, Lübsee, Malzow, Menzendorf, Niendorf, Ollndorf, Papenhusen, Peter Berg, Rabensdorf, Retelsdorf, Raddingsdorf, Rodenberg, Rottensdorf, Rupensdorf, Sabow, Schwanbeck, Wahlsdorf.

Name statement:

Ahrendt, Albrecht, Thin bark, Graves', Beckmann, Behnke, Berend, Boessow, Cooper, Boye, Brasch, Bruhn, Boysen, Burmeister, Busch, Buske, Clüver, Dammann, Dechow, Dettmann, Drefahl, Eckmann, Eggebrecht, Eggers, Faasch, Evers, Fromeis, Grevesmühl, Hansen, Harms, Heitmann, Holst, Homberg, Jansen, Kamann, Kappel, Karsten, Käselow, Klüßmann, Kohlhase, Koopmann, Krellenberg, Kröplin, Lammers, Lenschow, Laudahn, Lip, Lohse, Lüneburg, Maass, Lueder, Mellmann, Muchow, Mustin, Niehus, Oldenburg, Oldörp, Niemann, Pope, Piper, Rebbin, Renzow, Retelsdorf, Riecken, Rieckhoff, Rosenbaum, Scheding, Scheunemann, Schünemann

Those:

Ploen, Heinrich: Thirty villages of the principality of Ratzeburg - History of the peasantry, Schoenberg in Mecklenburg 1926

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