The lineage extends from the year 1138 until this day demonstrate an unbroken sequence. The Barons of Elverfeldt descended from the Cologne Edelvögten and that specifically of those, the name of Heppendorf led.
Frederick Augustus I. of Saxony, often called August the Strong (* 12. More 1670 in Dresden; † 1. February 1733 in Warsaw) Albertine was a prince from the line of the Wettin dynasty originating Elector of Saxony (as Frederick Augustus I) and from 1697 King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (as August II) in Personalunion. (See Wikipedia)
The present study was the suggestion of and on behalf of the Alexander von Meck (+1911) started. The foundation was formed in the Gutsbrieflade Sunzel, the ancient seat of the family von Meck. The more important documents have been reproduced in full and verbatim.
The sex was called initially “Spots” and was divided into two main lines, one of which retained the name of the spots and the other is called Stael. The castle was the headquarters of Holstein, and this led to the nickname of each line “of Holstein”. Later, than the sex itself further branched, still others came to nickname, e.g.. Stael v. Holstein to hard rock, Honrath, Langwit, Aspic, Suthausen etc.
Raczyński is the name of a major Polish nobility sex. The family coat of arms belonged to the community at Raczyński Nałęcz. They were a Polish Uradelsfamilie with the Mitau of nobility of the registered, and a branch in western Poland Greater Poland.