All posts tagged: Liesegang

Ellrich a town in the Harz and its history

On the southern edge of the lower resin, im Tal der Zorge, is beautifully embedded in the landscape of the city Ellrich. The settlement was founded in 876 the first time as “Alarici” mentioned and currently has about 4.000 Population. Since 1869 There is a train connection to Nordhausen and Northeim. Over the centuries, Ellrich was one of several counties and was 1286 […]

Pastors and church history in Osterode am Harz

At the 3.12.1660 Johann died Liesegang, General Superintendent. In Quedlinburg in 1616 born, He attended the University of Helmstedt. He is 1640 named as respondent. At the age of 30 Years after he was in Osterode, rector of the Latin school and already 2 Years he was pastor at St.. Jacobi Castle Church. Johann Liesegang erfreute sich nach […]

Images of life and death of the old citizens Ilfelder

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 – es sind die Lieben […]

Live images of our theologians

The Protestant clergy of Pomerania from the Reformation to the Present. T. 1 Hans Moderow, 1903 – Regierungsbezirk Stettin The Protestant clergy of Pomerania from the Reformation to the Present. T. 2 Ernst Müller, 1912 – The county Koszalin, the Reformed congregations Pomerania Bd Scholars theologians in Germany in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. 1: 1831: A – […]

Rüdigsdorf and Krimderode – Descent of countless type Liesegang

As an imperial village was under Rüdigsdorf to 1436 not the Gaugericht, but the judgment of the Holy Empire chair Nordhausen. Every year we had around Whitsun from each plow a load of bricks (Inch pieces) to provide for the construction of the walls to Nordhausen.

The kingdom of villages took to the imperial city no customs duties are payable. The last boundary stone between Rüdigsdorf and Nordhausen was called "the poor sinner Stone", because the criminals were exchanged between him and Count City.

Is to report to Krimderode, Village and manor were old feudal kingdom. It also stood up under 1436 the kingdom of mayor to Nordhausen, to which it annually ¼ M and silver 4 Wood had to deliver shock wave.

1436 It was purchased by the Knights of Bula. The Count Stolberg could then borrow against with Krimderode. Vassals of Stolberg, the "from Bendeleben, von Berlepsch and Wurmb ". The Good, the police had, the Civil Jurisdiction and cringe-inducing in place. 1759 The last execution took place here. 1850 was the jurisdiction of the goods removed. 1839 the manor was owned by replacing the suzerainty of Stolberg.

The municipality and the Stone Mill Valley Bettlershayner

One of our ancestors (Johann Königerodt, actually Liesegang) had gone by after Königerode Appenode (R. Liesegang, alias Königerod) them those names. He was 1645 Aedituus (Sexton, Kirchner, Church father, Ringer, Mesner) on women's mountain at Nordhausen; thereon 1657 Peter on mountains, He woselbst 1682 in an age of 73 Years, died of the plague. Appenrode war vor dem […]

Willi Behrens from Techentin

My grandfather Willi Behrens * 20.8.1905, I have a large, very strong and (to my mind) incredibly charismatic man in memory. He was diligent undisputed, wise, courageous and strictly.

From 27.12.1939 put him Otto Wenzel, Holder of a timber business in Halle and specializes in railroad-sleepers as administrator on his estate Berkau a. (The complete accounting of all receipts and letters from this period has been preserved)

His wife Ursula, was the godmother of the youngest daughter Gerda. Otto Wenzel sent him on 20.2.1941 Loccum not (Circle Nienburg) and there execute a larger order. It was about the work-up of pine Langholz.

Hotel Sauvage and Eugene Liesegang

Born 9. August 1875 in Dusseldorf, where his parents owned a world-famous factory for optical apparatus, The boy and his siblings grew up in a happy youth. His great-grandfather was Johann Christian Andreas Liesegang from Berlin, see whose craft letter. One of his brothers was the famous scientist Raphael Liesegang. The school outgrew, he left the family home for further training, initially in Bonn, between himself sojourning in England. In 1896 the deceased came to Bern, obzuliegen one year studies. There closed friendships lasted a lifetime. A sign of rare loyalty and devotion. Hiking through the Swiss country led him 1897 Also in the Oberhasli, The exceptionally well-liked him and then the decision matured, here to take permanent residence. In the same year, as a 22-year-old young man Initiatives, was to the young Walter Günther by brothers Boss in Grindelwald Fri. 475000.- The hotel was purchased Sauvagebesitzung.

Colloid scientist Raphael Liesegang

Raphael Eduard Liesegang was the son of the later factory owner Paul Eduard Liesegang (1838 – 1896) born. The father had studied in Jena Physics, where he Ernst Abbe (1840 – 1905) met. So he came in close contact with the look and with the construction of projectors began.

After graduation, he went into the of his father Wilhelm Eduard Liesegang 1854 photograpische founded an art studio. The grandfather of Raphael Liesegang enlarged his studio and also unveiled her cameras and delivered to the albumin-made paper. After the death of his grandfather, the business was 1871 enlarged and moved to Dusseldorf. Thus Raphael came with two years with his four siblings to Dusseldorf and was here 1876 enrolled in school.

From Netzkater to Sophienhof

Historically, to report, that from 8.4.1945 Ilfeld and environment has been put in readiness for defense.. and Lieutenant Colonel Grand Cross moved his command post in the hotel Netzkater. The basement of the hotel served as a dressing room from now on. Owner Walter Liesegang (10.10.1899 – 11.11.1997) and family were evacuated and housed in Hufhaus. At the 13.4.1945 setzte der Beschuss aus […]

Pastor Liesegang in Leimbach

Leimbach, an ancient kingdom village is one of the oldest settlements of our country. In the devastated village Grumbach is an ancient Dingstätte have been. As Reich village had a year to the imperial currency in Nordhausen 1 1/2 To deliver shock oats. 950 in Leimbach Wendish families should be settled. Of 1394-1700 gehörte Leimbach zum Amt Heringen […]

Hermann Liesegang from Appenrode

My great-grandfather Hermann Liesegang * 1888 in Appenrode. (in place of “Blue” called, because his cheeks stained blue when cold) can confidently be very temperamental, temporarily denote also very hot-tempered people, when he felt something against the grain.