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Documented history of sex in Oertzen

The sex of the one of the most famous Oertzen old aristocratic families of Mecklenburg and is still thriving indigenous families from all of the oldest old Obotritenlandes, insofar as its documented history reaches back the furthest and is lost in the times of Wendish rule. Distinguished by an honorable character, an ancient possession of goods, and often seemingly unusual abilities, the family has not only the homeland, but also other countries, a very large number of men found, which seven hundred years through the Council in peace and in war crime[...]



History and records of sex tap

The name is both noble cock, and in middle-class families very common. The following documentary history of the cock between sex does not cover all occurring in the different provinces, different sexes name Hahn, even in modern times, ennobled families of the same name: it includes only the old Mecklenburg family, which in 1469 loaned to the hereditary marshal-Office of the State and Stargard in the penultimate heir, the District Marshal Friedrich Hahn on the Remplin 7. September 1802 was elevated to the realm of count.



History of sex in Altrock

The very old sex by Altrock were in Mecklenburg resident freeholders. As such, they also referred to by Lehsten in his book on the Mecklenburg nobility. Probably the spelling of the family name changed over time. Found in documents is only the spelling “Oltrock” in the appointment of the Duke Adolph Frederick III, of Mecklenburg-Strelitz from 30. More 1728 for Johann Oltrock. A second document of the same prince from 27. March 1732 already shows the current spelling. For the spellings Oldrock, OLTROGGE und Altrogge[...]



Familiengeschichtsforschung in der Landeskirche Mecklenburgs oder Ahnensuche im Netz

Das Kirchenbuchamt beim Landeskirchlichen Archivs Schwerin verwahrt die Kirchenbücher sowie älteren Kirchenbuch-zweitschriften aller Kirchgemeinden der Ev.-Luth. Landeskirche Mecklenburgs (as. 390 Hauptgemeinden) sowie Militärkirchenbücher der Garnison Neustrelitz (1841-1874) und der Wehrmachtsgemeinden Hagenow, Neustadt-Glewe, Schwerin und Wustrow/Rerik (1935-1945)



Rambow in Müritz circle

In 999 Rambow is the place established as Holzfällerort, at 1100 subjecting Duke Henry the Lion of Saxony, the Sorbian areas beyond the Elbe. Count Henry dies 1164, But until his death he was Germanized to the west of Mecklenburg Schwerin Sun, that the area “as a German colony” looked. From 1180 Christianization of the Slavs is a targeted area. Numerous individual graves and grave fields, in particular between “Desolate church” Schliesee and have stone,- and Bronze Age cultures through. At the 7. June 1271 Rambow is the first time[...]