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The multi-volume work includes biographical descriptions of the scholars who have lived and worked in Rostock. This elaborate work was written by a Protestant theologian and historian Johann Bernhard Krey (*December 1771 + 6. October 1826) This scholarly history (as was the digital edition of the Rostock University Library provided) He earned great merits in Mecklenburg. Krey had studied at the University of Rostock and theology in Jena. In 1807 ordered him to be deacon and 1814 the pastor at St.. Petri in Rostock. 1816 was[...]
The Freiburg Document Server is a small tip, I now want to introduce a little closer. The “Freiburg Document Server” together with additional full text servers of other universities have a “Virtual Research Library” He was in the context of ” Perspectives for the Young Generation” set up the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg and maintained by the Freiburg University Library. The electronic documents are developed as conventional literature and the Southwest German Library Network (SWB) and demonstrated in the Freiburg online catalog. This ensures, that both conventional and electronic publications are recorded in a single catalog. In addition to tapping into[...]
The Upper Austrian State Archives, through the generosity of the state representation since 1. September 1896 reorganized and placed in corresponding thereto spaces, has as its most valuable part of the “Schlüsselberger Archives”… which of the patriotic historian Johann Georg Adam Baron Hoheneck (even his own life story containing) based on its trunk lock and key mountain at Grieskrichen in 1834 was acquired by the states in the country for their archive.
Just out and provided with the following content is recommended above yearbook very: Brandenburg History * The former Saxon territories of Brandenburg * Stories of gold ruby - glassmaking tradition of Kunckel to Kralik General Genealogy * Family trusts as a genealogical source - the example of Koephjohannschen Foundation in Berlin Brandenburg genealogy * Dr. Joachim Wilhelm Erdmann Liesegang (1791-1878), Superintendent and senior pastor at Perleberg * The family Fourestier in Berlin * The Heffter family - a traditional middle-class family from the Mark