Posts Tagged ‘ Genealogy ’

Old Prussian Genealogy of the vintages 1930 to 1939

Altpr-Geschlechterkunde

Leaves of the Association for Family Research in Eastern- and West Prussia. Editor Dr. William Meyer, appeared in Königsberg, Commission in the East Prussian homeland publishing Heiligenbeil.



The stock register of the families of the civil town of Zofingen

Zofingen-blason

From the ancient towers of the city were or are still Dam, the, the powder tower and torture tower, The expanded and provided with proper windows, now comfortable and friendly residents a view of the Wigger, Jura and Alps granted. Since the 40's have been cleaned up dramatically in Zofingen, Been all gendering (Doors and curtain walls) have fallen.



Citizens of Frankfurt Book

Buergerbuch-Frankfurt

A directory of the best known families of Dutch, French and Italian, a sequence of 450 blooming rich urban families, the origin of all 600 Families, the occupations of the citizens, the professional surveys, and a list of old businesses and buildings act.



Citizens of the city of St. Bile by the year 1886

Buergerbuch-St.Gallen

The work contains all the citizens with their birth year, the state and professional, and information where and when the families are located in St.. Bile have naturalized. The rank order of families is alphabetical, and the members of each sex are numbered consecutively, the siblings are given.



Citizens of the city of Mulhouse until 1798

Wappen-Muehlhausen

Muehlhausen is one of the oldest cities and was equipped as those with extensive regalia and freedoms. Under Frederick Barbarossa Mulhouse was a free imperial city in 1163. This emperor was also the founder and benefactor of St. Stephen Church. In this work the author of the citizens of the city leads to their offices and honors to, lists the date of the civil rights acquisition and is all in all a complete history- and pedigree of the city, which is rounded off with the colored coats of arms of city families.