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Aristocrat, Patricians and commoners from the Saalkreis


A rare gem with a coat of arms and genealogical tables of families from the Duchy of Magdeburg, or. The proper place for Saalkreis Hall, Neumarkt, Glaucha, Wettin, Löbejün, Rounders, Alsleben etc. Extract the name: of Ammendorff, by Baldwin, by Barth, Baußen, Bastineller, Becker, of Beltzig, Bertram, Beuther, Biecka, Bötticher, Bohsen, Municipal broke, Brandis, Brüchinge, Schmidt called, Brunner, Buchenbach, Buchhammer, of Bruckersrode, Burger, Carpzov, of Cratz, Crull, Danckelmann, Delitzsch, Denner, Drachstedt, Dürfeld, Eckart, Einhausen, Ellenberger, end of, Engelbrecht, Freudenmann, Freyberg, Gantzlande, Giseken, Glaser, by Goldstein, Grossmann, Goerlitz, Grafe, of Grasshof,  [...]

The arms of the patrician Brunswick- Rats and gender


The genealogies of the old patrician- Council and families can be found in the database in detailed form. Literature: Reidemeister, Sophie: Brunswick patrician genealogies- Rats and gender, Edited by Werner spit, Brunswick: Johann Heinrich Meyer 1948

Die Sammlung Codices Iconographici (CodIcon online) compiled from the genealogical point of view

The "codes iconographici" form the last group of Western handwriting BOD, to which there still is no printed catalog. Die Signatur Cod.icon. denotes a fund of manuscripts of the Bavarian State Library, by Johann Andreas Schmeller 1835 was part of the reorganization described in the Munich court library in a handwritten Repertory scarce and realigned. The collection “Codices iconographici” currently comprises nearly 550 Objects. They illustrate the corresponding objects, often at a high artistic level. (Left the grave monument of Elector Moritz of Saxony in Freiberg Cathedral)

German genealogical tables in list format

The majority of families have moved to an immigration and the other is, we can say the Baltic, ob Livland, Estonia and the Kurlander, form a large family. In the context of individual taxa occur a few people out particularly sharply through her life and work, which is indicated in each case from the files of the archives. Baltic German family trees genders from Erich Seuberlich, Published by the Central Agency for German people- and family history, Leipzig 1924-1931

The arms and seal of the city, Prussian provinces, towns and villages

The first volume, of the city seal and coat of arms of Prussia, West Prussia and Brandenburg treated, appeared in 1894. This second part is due to Siegel described the many submitters from cities, Archives and registries, The local label came from the royal Privy State Archives in Berlin, the farm- State Archives in Vienna and the Bohemian National Archives and the archives of the Museum in Prague. It contains the arms of the Prussian provinces of Pomerania, Posen and Silesia. It does not matter in this book, particularly splendid illustrations to present arms (there is[...]