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Silesii in Nummis famous or Silesians in coins and plates

Grafen-Schlesiens

Extract the information contained in this plant family trees and coins: by Braun, Castle Count of Dohna, by Hatzfeld, by Hochberg, of Nostitz, of Promnitz, von Stosch, von Posadowsky, by Roth, of Pfinzig, Haunold, Reusner, Walther, Herwig, Lindner, of Pucher, of Redern, of beef, of Sebottendorf, Heidenreich, Vierling, Moller, Fig, Ortlob, Crato, Kundmann and more… Those: Kundmann, Johann Christian: Silesii in Nummis or famous Silesian, Breslau 1738



Releases of Copernicus Association for Science and Art of Thorn

Kopernicus

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.



Bezirksgruppe Köln der WGfF

Bezirksgruppe Köln der WGfF Arbeitsabend bzw. Exkursion Ort: Universitätsbibliothek, Köln-Lindenthal, 4. OG Raum 407 Time: 18:00 Clock



Monatstreffen des Bergischen Vereins für Familienkunde e.V.

Monatstreffen des Bergischen Vereins für Familienkunde e.V. und der Bezirksgruppe Bergisches Land der Westdeutschen Gesellschaft für Familienkunde Ort: Ev . Kirchengemeinde, Meckelstr. 52, Wuppertal-Barmen Beginn: 19:00 Uhr Familienkundlicher Arbeitsabend Näheres steht auf der Homepage



The Kolberger Kotbuch the year 1473

When the Kolberger salt plant has been built, we do not know. Its beginnings are lost in the medieval period and beyond in the prehistoric period. The first customer is in 1000 by Thietmar of Merseburg (+1018) of the bishop as Reinbern “salsae Cholbergiensis” designated. Even then so Kolberg was an important city. The name Kolberg is brought in connection with salt. The proponents of the Wendish and German derivation agree, that the city owes its name to the salt production. Die Landesherren von  [...]