The first member of this clan, has been extensively documented, was the Elbinger Councilman Henry Wessel (The first mention dates back to 1363).
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Only to families in Lübeck 1327 to 1717 regularly presented to councilors, must include the “of Bromse, of Brokes, of spikes, of Lueneburg, of Stiten, of Wickede etc. be called. Basis for the historical information, the genealogy, Funeral sermons, the inscriptions and epitaphs on grave stones and the 1856 late Dr. Hermann Schroeder left behind “Schroeder's Regesten”. Those: Dittmer, Georg Wilhelm: Genealogical and Biographical news Lübeckische families from older time, Lubeck: Dittmer 1859 Other literature: Techen, Frederick: The grave stones of the churches of Liibeck, [...]
Henning Parcham, the 1552 Born 9. Child was married, no children. Shortly before his death, at the 16.2.1602 he called a foundation, under the name “Parcham'sche Stiftung” still has its validity. Parcham Henning was born in Treptow at the Rega, where his father performed the duties of the Mayor. 1597 He was alderman in Lübeck and was 1599 Embassy of the participants in the Hanseatic city of King Christian IV. of Denmark. After the early death of his widow Parchams Gesche remarried Lübeck Mayor Alexander[...]