Posts Tagged ‘ Rambow ’

Images of life and death of the old citizens Ilfelder

It would be interesting for researchers to pursue, which have funerals in the church and the convent of the spots Ilfelds place. Gives little information on this, it is the oldest church book and I would like to remind Ilfelds and simultaneously hold with little snapshots that will connect us forever Ilfeld – they are the ones that are already gone from us. In the sheltered location of the monastery, the monks built in 1223 The monastery church of St. Mary for the “Sojourners” the monastery. Outside the walls[...]



The pastors in the family Rambow

John of Rambow was to 1320 Waren (Müritz circle) born. Johann war dortiger Pfarrer. Nach dem Original unter den Urkunden im Archiv: die rechte Hälfte eines kleinen runden Siegels, which, obwohl undeutlich, mit dem unterm 22.8.1363 an 4. Stelle beschriebenen (welches im stehenden Schilde einen von 3 Sternen begleiteten gebrochenen Sparren zeigt) identisch zu sein scheint. Nach dem Original unter den Urkunden des Klosters Broda im Archiv zu Neustrelitz: an 5 Pergamentbändern hängen folgende parabolische Siegel; sehr verwischt, man glaubt eine nach links gewandte Figur,  [...]



Deed books and Universitätsmatrikel source for research

As a charter book is known in history, a printed collection of medieval and early modern documents from a content, geographical or factual connection. In previous publications and on the German-speaking countries is not common Diplomatarium, otherwise similar conceptions in the language. Codex is also common in older editions diplomaticus. Weitere Urkundenbücher und Matrikel findet ihr hier:



Live images of our theologians

The Protestant clergy of Pomerania from the Reformation to the Present. T. 1 Hans Moderow, 1903 – Regierungsbezirk Stettin The Protestant clergy of Pomerania from the Reformation to the Present. T. 2 Ernst Müller, 1912 – The county Koszalin, the Reformed congregations Pomerania Bd Scholars theologians in Germany in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. 1: 1831: A - H Scholars theologians in Germany in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Bd. 2, 1832: J - M Scholars theologians in Germany in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Bd. 3, 1833: N -[...]



The German Order

The first Grand Master was Henry Walpot of Bassenheim (1198-1200) Otto followed him from Kerpen (1200-1208) Henry of Tunna (1208-1209). The term of office of Grand Master Hermann von Salza (1209-1239) is the founding period of the Teutonic Knights finished. The territorial division of the Order is as follows: Upcoming (House) Bailiwick (Province) Country and total orders; The staffing structure: Commander, Landkomtur, Country Champion and Grand Master. And here also the name of Rambow comes into play, Dietrich was because of Rambow 1342-1345 Commander of the Order in Riga. His brother? Henry was of Rambow 1372 Knight of the Order of the Livonian branch and was wounded in a skirmish at the Aa St.

That comes after this place specifically designated in the family 13. Century in the wake of the Bishop of Schwerin and Prince Henry II. front of Mecklenburg. In a document dated 7.10. 1325 Henry II granted Prince. his consent, that sold by Herman Rambow Rambow one hide to Wismar on the Holy Spirit House. Before 1337 seems to be the property of the family in Rambow and Stieten to reach the city of Wismar be. 1348 Hermann is also called the Prince of Rambow as fidelis Albrecht of Mecklenburg.