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Genealogical table of rulers from the house Kevernburg (Käfernburg)

Geschlechtstafel-Kevernburg

Undoubtedly among the counts of Kevernburg, in the early Middle Ages to the Thuringian nobility. Unfortunately, the family died already 1385 from. About the sprawling compounds of this family, starting from Gundar I. as the progenitor of the evidence presented pedigrees:



Stolbergische churches- and Urban History

stolbergische

The chronicler, Theologian and writer Johann Arnold time Fuchs was the son of George Arnold on pastors 26. February 1671 Born in Rosperwenda. After attending school in Nordhausen in high school and then in Quedlinburg, He studied theology in Jena. 1707 He was a deacon at St. Stolberg. Martini introduced, it was 1717 the management of the orphanage. 1719 Fox was appointed Konsistorialassessor time and by the Count Christoph Friedrich Justus and Christian for spiritual offices of the inspector and Konsistorialassessor herring and Kelbra. Fuchs was the time[...]



Historical information about the family of Tümplingische

The gender of the family of Tumpling (in earlier times also Tumpelingen, Timplingen, Thümpling etc.) existed in earlier centuries, only in Thuringia. There, the old family estates of the family are Tümplingschen to the waters of the Saale and Ilm. From here it spread first to the neighboring districts of Eisenberg, Neustadt, Zeitz and Merseburg. It is uncertain, whether a branch of this family came to Silesia, and from him the lion Petersburg can be derived. A second branch could have settled in Switzerland, an old castle where the[...]



History and Description of the former castle fortresses and castles knight of the Prussian monarchy

From this multi-volume work is now the 1. Band forms, provided by the Saxon State Library in Dresden. The old castle strongholds in the provinces of the Kingdom Preusse, especially in Silesia, Thuringia, the Duchy of Saxony and Westphalia, etc. all have the same fate, they lie in ruins. War, Fire or newer owners, which the walls were leaving and the time of weathering are responsible.



The Thuringian sex life wall

The book is about the Thuringian sex life with the original wall to Gebesee, Leutenberg, Erfurt and the village of migrant life. It discusses the related family names tribes as Wandersleb, Wandesleben, Hiking and other life. It covers the early history of the tribe to 1600 and from the various branches of the tribe 1600 in Thuringia and Worms, During the French period 1794-1814.