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The Danzig officials Yearbook 1929 to 1931


Guide for Gdansk officials, Officer candidates and government employees in the distant past! Those: Becker, Carl: Danzig officials – Yearbook … 1929, 1930 and 1931, Published continuously in Gdansk!

Yearbook of the Heraldry Society “Eagle”


"Eagle" is the short name of the Heraldic-Genealogical Society "Adler" in Vienna, The Company was incorporated on 10. More 1870 as a society, founded in Vienna and Berlin, according to the Herald, the second oldest in Europe. The founders were mostly aristocrats and members of the emerging middle classes in Austria and Hungary. Genealogy, Heraldry and sphragistics of the Austrian nobility were the focus of the activities of the "Eagle", who was one of the most respected companies very soon, dealing with historical auxiliary sciences.

Historical Documents from the city archives Hildesheim

In addition to the city- and administrative history, there is a list of all the city since Mayor and archivists 1648. These include names like Storre, Mellinger, of Wintheim, Brandis, Behrens, of Harlessem and Dörrien, all of them regain their genealogies in the database. The contributions of the series “Historical Documents from the city archives Hildesheim” are 1997 to 2007 in “From home”, The home side dish Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung, published. The City Archives has digitized some of these documents as. The list is long, and a visit to the[...]

Contributions to the history of the city and district of Nordhausen

Of interest to local historians and genealogists in the Harz region is the newly released tape 34 the history- and Classical Association, Municipal Archives and tobacco store Nordhausen. The book can be ordered from the museum store tobacco, Baker Street 19 in 99734 Nordhausen. It was released by the publisher Neukirchner (ISBN: 978-3-929767-74-0) with subsequent contributions:

Brandenburg Genealogical Yearbook 2009

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