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Genealogies: Genealogies of the principal aristocratic patrician families Lüneburg

Genealogien-Luebenurg-Patrizier

In the German imperial cities of the Middle Ages was formed from the 11. Century, a patrician from the former location of the local nobility or ministeriality out. They called themselves "gender".



The list of the Zurich city councilors and guild master of 1225 to 1798

In the course of research on the history of “Zürcher Constaffel” were published by Werner Schnyder Zurich Council lists used extensively and it was decided, the register of all councils are listed in alphabetical order, to digitize.



Book of the patrician family groping in Hildesheim

This work begins with the patrician Zacharias Tappen, to which 1500 Hildesheim lived and was married to Salome by dam. Salome came from the patrician family of that name in Brunswick. His son was Rötger Council- Mr. and trade in Hildesheim, and he owned a factory in Antwerp. He died in February 1564. Even his son followed in the footsteps of his father as a Council- Commerce and Mr.. Frederick was born 1543. He married 1. Margarethe Kniphoff, Daughter of the mayor, Hans and Margaret Brandis Kniphoff. In[...]



The family Hattorf, Counts of Lutterberg and Letgäste

In the genealogy of the nobility Handbook Volume V, 1984 we find the following entry: Hattorf Ev., The genealogy begins with Valentine of Hattorf, *1496 died 1575 Mayor of Osterode am Harz and Duderstadt, its connection with the order 1300 occurring Uradelsgeschlecht same can not be proved. It is true, There has been no reliable evidence for this relationship, but the same source, which is mentioned in this manual for the nobility, other place is reproduced exactly the opposite.



Pomeranian genealogies

Pomeranian genealogies: Association of Greifswald writing division of the Society for History of Pomerania and Altherthumskunde ; Font-Pomeranian Association of Rügisch division of the Society for Pomeranian and Gechichte Altertthumskunde in Stralsund and Greifswald, Co-creators of these works was Theodor Pyl (1826-1904)