Posts Tagged ‘ German-Baltic ’

Album Curonorum: Members Directory of Curonia 1808 to 1883

Album-Curonorum

The Historical Commission of Curonia it had in years 1873 the task of , compile a list of the former Corps fellows .



German genealogical tables in list format

The majority of families have moved to an immigration and the other is, we can say the Baltic, ob Livland, Estonia and the Kurlander, form a large family. In the context of individual taxa occur a few people out particularly sharply through her life and work, which is indicated in each case from the files of the archives. Baltic German family trees genders from Erich Seuberlich, Published by the Central Agency for German people- and family history, Leipzig 1924-1931



The history of the Germans in the Baltic

In the high Middle Ages began the subjugation of the Baltic country by the Knights since the beginning of the 13. First century of Riga (Livonian Order), from 1226 Also of Kulm in today's Poland and the Baltic penetrated up to 1300 large areas were brought under their rule.