At the instigation and with the support of His Majesty the King of Bavaria MaximilianII. published by the Historical Commission at the Royal Academy of Sciences. With people- and local directory.
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This work begins with the patrician Zacharias Tappen, to which 1500 Hildesheim lived and was married to Salome by dam. Salome came from the patrician family of that name in Brunswick. His son was Rötger Council- Mr. and trade in Hildesheim, and he owned a factory in Antwerp. He died in February 1564. Even his son followed in the footsteps of his father as a Council- Commerce and Mr.. Frederick was born 1543. He married 1. Margarethe Kniphoff, Daughter of the mayor, Hans and Margaret Brandis Kniphoff. In[...]
The family comes from Lower Saxony Dörrien. The name Dorry, or Dörry changes frequently with Dorrien, Dörrien, Dorring, times also Döring and is only since the beginning of the 18. Century when the Danish line as Dorrien, for the other lines still thriving as Dörrien fixed. That one or another form of the name would be more correct, can not say definitely. In the funeral sermons (Fritz Roth) prevails alongside dried rings and Dörrien. It is likely, that the name is due to a shortened name (Example Börries, [...]