Posts Tagged ‘ Liesegang ’

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 began the bombardment of mortars, but only at the railways and the railway station building in anrichtete Netzkater damage. Ein Werfergeschoss schlug im Gleis zwischen der Papierfabrik und dem Ottostollen ein und riss die  [...]

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 Leimbach belonged to the Official herring and then came through border adjustments to Hannover (Stolberg) 1758 had the place to the French 1111 Taler pay. Leimbach had share in the wind wood houses. Those: Heimatbüchlein der Grafschaft Hohnstein  [...]

Hermann Liesegang from Appenrode

Meinen Urgroßvater Hermann Liesegang * 1888 in Appenrode. (im Ort derBlaue” called, weil sich seine Wangen bei Kälte blau färbten) kann man getrost als sehr temperamentvollen, zeitweise auch sehr jähzornigen Menschen bezeichnen, wenn ihm etwas gegen den Strich ging.