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The history of the Lords of Munchausen

Münchhausen-Wappen

A thorough history of sex-Hochadlichen House of Lords of Munchausen : Wherein the descent of all ancestors of the XII. Century, with many different archives and registries of deeds drawn



Ludwig Philipp Freiherr vom Hagen, a Prussian Minister of State of the County of Hohenstein

Among the prominent men, that emerged from the county Hohenstein, is also the Minister of Louis Philippe Hagen. His work was not devoted primarily to the County of Hohenstein, it is her but had benefited. Born 3. More 1724 Hagen's family estate on the old Stöckey, he devoted himself (as did his father, District of Hohensteinsche Friedrich Philipp von Hagen, who was known for his diligent in office and his excellent management of his estates) the Prussian civil service. This included a good general education[...]



History of the family of Ditfurth

Quedlinburg (Marshal) Line: Occurring around the year 1148 and almost 400 Years in the Quedlinburg foundation documents, the family is traced. Its members were the chief of the imperial ministeriales, free secular pen St. Servatii. Who held the Erbmarschallamt the abbesses and probably had their fief in the nearby village Ditfurth, of the whole race was his name. In 1328 they lived but also already been shown in the adjacent paths of life as a vassal Halberstadt. This line became extinct in the male line with the canon of Halberstadt John X. the year[...]



History of the former landowners of Woffleben

Live in today as Woffleben 511 Population. The first mention of the place dates back to 927. In this document it is, that King Henry I. his wife, Mathilde, a tenth of the Wafilieba Zorgegau gave. Findings from the Pre-Roman Iron Age in the vicinity of the station show, that the area was inhabited in prehistoric times. In 1103 a church was built in the village, the 1751 has been described as dilapidated temple. A year later the church had to be demolished, But even 1755 konnte[...]