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, es gibt bisher keinen sicheren Beweis für […]
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.
Edited 1894 Emil Freiherr von Normann, His royal chamberlain. Highness the Grand Duke of Luxembourg. The family history written down here with their boards, Filitationen and genealogies were not originally intended for public. Closely linked to the noble families v. Rush, Moltzahn, Eickstedt, Schwerin, Plate, Blankenburg, Jasmund, in. d. East, Rodbertus, Kahlden, Holsten, Barnekow, Spoon, Buggenhagen and octopus joke, Here, the author traces the complete detailed history of the family v. By Norman.