Posts Tagged ‘ Pomerania ’

Genealogical Society News releases and the Pomeranian Association for trunk- and Heraldry in Szczecin

Familiengeschichtliche-Mitteilungen

From the contents: Old Stettin Pomerania families in a pedigree of Halle's family name of the book Immigration Altenwalder Church in Pomerania from the Sudetenland Genealogy Militariaforschung



Address for Szczecin and surrounding

Adressbuch-Stettin

Address and business guide for Szczecin: Year 1874 Address and business guide for Szczecin: Year 1875 Address and business guide for Szczecin: Year 1876 Address and business guide for Szczecin: Year 1882 Address and business guide for Szczecin: Year 1883 Address and business guide for Szczecin: Year 1900 Address and business guide for Szczecin: Year 1901 Address and business guide for Szczecin: Year 1902



Land Book of the duchies of Pomerania, Pomeranian and Kashubian

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From the contents: Possessions of the family of the Schwerine, Usedomsche manors, History of the ironworks at Torgelow, Historical overview of sex Schöning, Specification of the families, who were resident in the district Pyritz, The art of printing in Stargard, Landowner in the principality Kammin, History of the nobility in the principality Kammin, The Family Foundation of Schmelingsche, The circle of the Greifswald Tertialgüter, Genealogy of the family of Behr 1667-1865, Genealogy of the family of Wakenitz, Genealogy and genealogy of the family Klinkow of Klinkowstrom.



Seal of medieval Poland, Lithuania, Silesia, Pomerania and Prussia

Siegel-Polen

A contribution to the promotion of diplomatic, genealogical, numismatic and art-historical studies of Slavic originally part of the Prussian monarchy, with historical notes and a detailed description of each seal. The work begins with the seal of Duke Leszek the Wise, which 1194 upon the death of his father, Kazimierz the righteous even in childhood was. In this book we find the descriptions and seal of Duke Conrad of Mazovia, König Przemyslaw II., the Queen of Poland Richeza. She was the daughter of Count Palatine of the Rhine's Ezo (+ 1035) and Mechthild[...]



Historical information about the family of Enckevort

Wappen-Enckevort

The first of the family of Enckevort, The book was written by a family, was the longtime deputy and landowner Edward of Enckevort (+12.5.1883) In particular, the diaries of our ancestors, he recovered very critical. The little work of Edward was only written for the family and was in the original in the archives to Vogelsang for Ueckermunde. The sex of Enckevort occurs first in the county of Brabant in the Netherlands 13. Century. It spread from the 17. Century in two lines to Austria and the Electorate of Brandenburg, while a third[...]