Nördlingen is a large district in the Swabian district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria. The former Free Imperial City is the largest city in the county. Historically well-documented is the story of the witch hunt in this place, associated with the name Friedrich Wilhelm Lutz (1551-1597) as a critic of witchcraft trials, and Sebastian Roettinger (1537-1608) as mayor and Witch Hunters.
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Even if it's not everyone's thing is to walk between graves, for the family, this research work unimagined ways of looking at, as a legacy of three centuries 2000 Inscriptions!
Only to families in Lübeck 1327 to 1717 regularly presented to councilors, must include the “of Bromse, of Brokes, of spikes, of Lueneburg, of Stiten, of Wickede etc. be called. Basis for the historical information, the genealogy, Funeral sermons, the inscriptions and epitaphs on grave stones and the 1856 late Dr. Hermann Schroeder left behind “Schroeder's Regesten”. Those: Dittmer, Georg Wilhelm: Genealogical and Biographical news Lübeckische families from older time, Lubeck: Dittmer 1859 Other literature: Techen, Frederick: The grave stones of the churches of Liibeck, [...]
It would be interesting for researchers to pursue, which have funerals in the church and the convent of the spots Ilfelds place. Gives little information on this, it is the oldest church book and I would like to remind Ilfelds and simultaneously hold with little snapshots that will connect us forever Ilfeld – they are the ones that are already gone from us. In the sheltered location of the monastery, the monks built in 1223 The monastery church of St. Mary for the “Sojourners” the monastery. Outside the walls[...]