Posts Tagged ‘ Chronicles ’

The chronicle of the city of Cologne, with numerous illustrations

A work of Nicolaus stool, Dusseldorf 1857 (Digital copy of the University and State Library Dusseldorf)

The last Count of Hohenstein

The last Count of Hohenstein, Ernst VII. was on 24. February 1562 Born at the chateau in Klettenberg. Already 1567 his mother died, Margaret, Born Countess of Barby. She died at the castle Lohra and was buried in the town church to Bleicherode. 1580 Ernst came to government. 1590 his first wife died Juliane von Barby. At the 18. June 1592 he married a second time to Agnes, Daughter of the Count of Eberstein, Lord Neugarden. At the 8. July 1593 Ernst died VII. in Walkenried. His[...]

New book ideas about genealogy and history

Beginnen möchte ich mit zwei Büchern die herausgegegen werden vom Verlag Steffen Iffland in Nordhausen-Salza. Aljährlich a historical calendar laid with old views of the surrounding area. This year, the calendar is a little different wound, denn er zeigt neben den alten, zum Vergleich auch neue Ansichten aus der Region. Die Ansichtskarten stammen aus der Sammlung von Horst Weber & Harald Ehrhardt. Bestellseite: Steffen Iffland ist darüber hinaus ein anerkannter Heimatforscher und Genealoge in der Harzregion. Das zweite Buch trägt den Titel: “Hohnstein – Zur Geschichte der Burgruineund es  [...]

The family of Zieten

Common ancestors in the form of a first presentation of the strong publishing, I've found on the website of Dirk Peters. The book contains interesting for me, Hans Joachim von Ziethen. The work is quite extensive, plenty of biographies, a register of all family names and the list of goods. The purchase is worth all the time. Strong publishing, 2007, ISBN: 978-3-7980-0219-7

Individual biographies from Austria

On the website of the “austrian literature online” are mainly related to digital books and Austria offered are free and also available as ePrint. Currently there are approximately 13.733 Documents from the 11. Century to the Present. The project relies on the initiative of the University- and Regional Library of Tyrol, Graz University Library and the Institute “Integrated Studies” the University of Linz. An absolutely recommendable project!