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The commercial building by August Rambow

August was Rambow 1856 in Peckatel (Plate) born and went to finishing school as a clerk to the clerk Runge, who had a shop in Schwerin at Great Moor. His desire to make his own business he set 1879 with the purchase of the property and loading of Henry Ruckick to. Rambow planted here 1880 the opening of a pub, a request was rejected. The mayor Rieckhoff, by the Office asked for an opinion, not endorsed this plan.



The eminent German people down writer Fritz Reuter

Fritz Reuter, whose full name is Christian Friedrich Heinrich Ludwig, was on 7.11.1810 born in Stavenhagen, the son of the mayor and city judge of Stavenhagen Georg Johann Jakob Friedrich Reuter. Fritz was a student at the high school in Friedland and took in 1831 on his law studies at the University of Rostock and it set 1832 in Jena continued. Here he became a member of the Students'. 1833 He was arrested for alleged participation in treasonable Burschenschaft union connections and treason, sentenced to death, and finally to 30 Pardoned years imprisonment. Er  [...]



From the history of sex from Ramel

The sex of the Ramel, in earlier times Romel, Ramehl, Frames, Written ram and similar, was one of the most important Uradelsfamilien of Pomerania. For Schlawe and specifically for the space Wusterwitz this family was of great importance, because the thorns along the Grabow: Wusterwitz, Balenthin, Söllnitz, Leikow, Soltikow, Bartlin and Nemitz was invested and on the other side of the site of the abbey with the Buckow Klösternitzer area.



Saxonica: Lausizische monthly magazine and New Lausitzisches 1793 to 1900

Lausitz

Lausitzisches magazine or collection of different treatises and news for the sake (Purpose) the natural, Art, World- and country history, of morals, and the fine arts. (Missing issues are searchable via the Internet Archive Lausizische HathiTrust or monthly: Bd. 1793, 1-6 Bd. 1793, 7-12 Bd. 1794, 1-6 Bd. 1794, 7-12 Bd. 1795, 1-6 Bd. 1795, 7-12 Bd. 1796, 1-6 Bd. 1796, 7-12 Bd. 1797, 1-6 Bd. 1797, 7-12 Bd. 1798, 1-6 Bd. 1798, 7-12 Bd. 1799, 1-6 Bd. 1799, 7-12 More spending on page 2



Kunigunde Louise von Randow marries her uncle

The oldest and only surviving daughter, Kunigunde Louise * Bogschütz 18. July 1754 married first at 22. November 1773 Bogschütz to the brother of her mother, Captain of the castle and court marshal in Schwedt, Ludwig v. Cuno. Wilmer Dorff.