Book of the Barons of Müllheim

This work was originally intended only for the inner circle of family 150 Copies. It was published in four parts with an introduction on the origin of sex and its first branches, These were the v. Müllheim-calf lane, The Hildebrant, the stronghold of hamlet, the Fronhof, with the sieve and the Roseburg.

In Part 2 it's about Henry V. Müllheim, the founder of the Prayer House and All Saints Fideikommiss at Strasbourg and the dead offspring of Henry V and Burkard. Mülnheim to Münstergasse.

Part 3 Flourishing enterprise has focused on the baronial line of garbage home and Rechenberg to the present day and in this part it is also about the calendar entries on sex.


Alexander married Mary Catherine of Friedeborn Müllheim, a daughter from an ancient noble. The rubbish home, Gender is an Alsatian, that has emerged particularly in Strasbourg and is one of the late noble immigrants in East Prussia. Gebhard of garbage was brought home by accident in the 30-year war from his native Alsace to the court of Polish king Vladislav, achieved high office there and eventually bought land in East Prussia. This set also a kinship with the local nobility. Through the marriage of Mary Catherine (+1781) with the commander of Küstrin, Alexander (of) Friedeborn (1689-1752) is the ancestral history to a history of entire stands and landscapes, because her great-grandfather was ancestor of the Danish statesmen.

The publisher of this book (1896) Hermann Freiherr von Müllenheim-Rechberg, describes not only the role that gender played in Alsace Müllheim, He is also a historical overview of the development of the City of Strasbourg. Download: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3,

Many of these family members are closely linked with aristocratic families like the in. Andlau, Steward v. Rheinfelden, Zorn von Bulach, Keyserling, the Buddenbrooks and v. Tettau, just to name a few, and their detailed genealogies found in the database.

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