Posts Tagged ‘ Carolingian ’

The Liesegang family and their descent from Charlemagne

Karl-der-Grosse

Finally it is possible to get insight into the most church records, as final confirmation of years of research on my family. Will and Testament, a family chronicle, countless Lehnbriefe, the copy of the Hayner book with the history of the town was destroyed in Fleglerkrieg Bettlershayn (Sign. A 19k I, No.. 615) and Acts of the Hayner mayor (u.a. Liesegang) from centuries, already provided me with extensive historical background.



The ancestors of Louis Ferdinand Wentz (to Pepin the Short, King of the Franks)

Karl-der-Grosse

Louis Ferdinand Wentz, Genealogists from Passion, has created this work for posterity! Significant genealogists like Karina Kulbach-Fricke and study director Alfred Blömer served him well to help,



The pedigrees of Samuel Lenz

Stammtafeln-Lentz

From the contents: From the kings and emperors in Italy in the ninth and following Seculis The kings and emperors in Italy by the X. The Seculo Marggrafen Jurea of ​​the Roman whore, the Carolingian imperial family of the XI. Seculi The Saxon emperors and dukes Fränckischen The Emperor Of the Earl of Supplingenburg The Swabian Emperor, the Counts of Rheinfelden and Thuringia Men The Luxe TPF source: Spring, Samuel: Samuel Lentzens the Prince of-court Cöthenschen- and Weimar government council ordinary sheets of the Historical and Genealogical research designed as much for the same imperial history relevant and[...]



Baldwin of Luxembourg 1285 to 1354: Archbishop of Trier and Elector of the Empire

More than a thousand years, lent than the Ottonian Empire Kalrs the Great new look, Luxembourg has emerged. It has evolved out of the sphere and the possession of one of the great earls in the fragmented and fought hard for decades part of the old Carolingian Empire Central, dem regnum Lotharii Lothars II. An exchange act is at the historical beginning of both the House of Luxembourg and the country and the city of Luxembourg…