Releases of Copernicus Association for Science and Art of ThornBy admin | January 29th, 2011 | Category: Digital Library, Genealogies, Country's history, Reference | Comments Off
At the 7. January 1878 appear to have decided the Copernicus Association releases its magazine as a staple in casual. In the years 1878 to 1882 Four issues were published. 1886 and 1887 the 5. and 6. Issue. With the 7. Issue in 1892 was the editor of Arthur Semrau on.
Was on the advice of foreign scholars 1906 decided, annually in a booklet 4 Numbers to make it appear. To 1920 remained the so. 1921 moved the the editor Arthur Semrau resident of Thorn and Elbing appeared annually since then, a whole band.
In addition to a myriad of interesting reports, in particular the origin and family history of astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543) I find the following genealogical and historical contributions relevant and useful to many researchers:
Johannes Lankau, the founders of Memel, in as a servant of two masters, and the oldest high interest register of Old Thorn Issue 39
The origin of the Elbląg population of the founding of the city to 1353 in Issue 32
John of Thorun, Mayor of Old Town Elbląg, + 1410 in Issue 31
Residents and guests in the cities of the country's religious and a suburban town of Kulm register interest from the time of about 1320 in Issue 35
Attempt at interpretation of the name in the Koschnaewjer Issue 26
The medieval seal of Thorner Rath archive, with special reference to the country's religious. Tl. 1: Religious officials and cities Issue 9
The medieval seal of Thorner Rath archive, with special reference to the country's religious. Tl. 2: Private label in Issue 10
Catalogue of the families of the jury box and the council chair in the old Thorn 1233-1602 in Issue 46
The lists of citizens from the city of Torun 17. Century. Tl. 1: Local citizens in Issue 27
The origin of sex Thorner Council of Tyrol and the genealogy of the so called. Koshnavia. Tl. 1: The mayor and Lehmann family Stolpman (Stoltmann) to German-Zekzin in Issue 18
The ancestors of Field Marshal von Hindenburg and Benecke Dorff in Neumark and in Prussia in Issue 23
Releases of Copernicus Association for Science and Art of Thorn, Issue 1-47, edited by Maximilian Curtze and Arthur Semrau, Leipzig and Elbing, 1878-1938 (Digitized by Kujawsko-Pomorska Digitale Bibliothek)