Posts Tagged ‘ Hamburg ’

History of sex Ebell

Ebell-Wappen

These are the small moments of happiness in the life of a genealogist. Discover this book by chance one of them! Determined to be a lot of research colleagues are delighted, because the name appears in numerous lineages Ebell on. The author explains at the beginning the importance of the family name, and then proceeds to the individual branches, starting in Perleberg 1560-1870. There are also branches of the Ruppin 1740 today and the Hamburg branch since 1740.



First Mayor of Hamburg 1507-2008

Published by the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Senate Offices 2009 (available as full text)



Emigration lists

Terrible threats of war, Natural disasters and poor economic conditions have always existed and as people hoped through emigration to find a better life for themselves and their families. The following essays and lists of emigrants (Lists of vessels) are available for download:  



Family history of Dirksen

The present, on behalf of the imperial ambassador in Berlin, Willy von Dirksen authored two-volume history covers the 300 years of family history of coming from the Netherlands, originally Mennonite family, the grounds of religious persecution left his old home and in the years from 1887 The Prussian nobility v. Dirksen showed. The members of the family lived in Holland, so, in Hamburg, Danzig, and in Königsberg.