Posts Tagged ‘ Nordhausen ’

News of some families of the name of Boetticher

Wappen-Boetticher

For all families with the name of Boetticher (Bötticher) or mutilation of the name is an ancestor to accept. The origin of a tribe is probably the Altmark. The seals in Magdeburg by the City Council represented by the same family crest as the Boetticher Grosswanzlebner villages Boetticher and Worms.



The names of the teachers in Krimderode

From the local chronicle of the village Krimderode: 1574-1592 Churches- and janitor John Blasius 1670-1675 Hans Lüdicke, Janitor from Nordhausen 1675-1676 Martin Weige, Janitor, died in Krimderode 1676-1700 Lorentz Master, Janitor 1700-1705 Balthasar Hoffmann, Janitor 1705-1718 Anselm Guenther Straubel, Janitor 1729-1735 Andreas Koeller, Janitor, died in Krimderode 1737-1752 Ludwig Brodtkorb, Kantor and janitor, died in Krimderode 1752-1795 Martin Brodtkorb, Office, died in Krimderode 1795-1798 Christian Bock, Office, went to Buchholz 1799-1804 Christian Hof, Office, went to Appenrode 1804-1833 Andreas leg, Office, ging nach Sachswerfen  [...]



Contributions to the history of the city and district of Nordhausen

Of interest to local historians and genealogists in the Harz region is the newly released tape 34 the history- and Classical Association, Municipal Archives and tobacco store Nordhausen. The book can be ordered from the museum store tobacco, Baker Street 19 in 99734 Nordhausen. It was released by the publisher Neukirchner (ISBN: 978-3-929767-74-0) with subsequent contributions:



From Salzaer Zimmermann for architect

It is one of those incredible stories, can write the life sometimes. Robert Otto, a carpenter from Salza, took off once, then magnificent for Opel, To build Ford and Volkswagen. A Biography – presented by Steffen Iffland…



Home literature for the district of Nordhausen and environment

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The district of Nordhausen is the northernmost district of Thuringia. Neighboring districts are in the north and east of Saxony, the two- Anhalt counties resin and Mansfeld-Südharz, in the south of Kyffhäuserkreis, the west of the county Eichsfeld and northwestern districts of Lower Saxony Osterode and Goslar. In the Middle Ages, the region belonged to the county Hohnstein, Nordhausen was himself from 1220 Free Imperial City. By the Peace of Westphalia, the county was in large part to Prussia. In 1802 Nordhausen lost his imperial city status. 1816 entstand ein Kreis Nordhausen innerhalb der neugebildeten preußischen  [...]