now you really have to regularly what's new FamilySearch Record Collection look in section . Barely a week there was the Minden Index to Funeral Sermons 1580-1740 set. (Index for funeral sermon collection Minden) Today I have taken the time and me working extensively with the entries .
In the opening credits of the 1. Band is written as an introduction… The “Glorwürdigste Emperor Maximilian” once saw put on the journey an old peasant tribes; he had come to him and asked what he fruit plant since? The farmer answered he set date trees. The Emperor laughed and said,: “Egg Bauerlein, carry only the dates in 100 Years fruits; The experience you will not!” The farmer replied,: “Yes My Lord, I know it well; I do it but the glory of God and the descendants of[...]
Published by the Commission Publisher Thomas & Oppermann, Königsberg 1919-1941, Author: Bruno Ehrlich Issue 1, Year 1919/1920 Issue 2, Year 1921/1922 Issue 3, Year 1923 Issue 4, Year 1924
This testimony of contemporary history was recently “reissued” In the book “The Graupenstraße” describes Nordhäuser Werner Rathsfeld his interrogations in the NKVD cellars and his seven-year ordeal in the internment in Buchenwald and Waldheim. He vividly describes the inhumane practices of the Soviet occupiers and their German helpers, but also the all-conquering power of love and Mesnchlichkeit. Moving is the account of his wife Ursula Rathsfeld, which had to secure at this difficult time the family's survival in Nordhausen. Without the support of relatives and friends[...]
Diplomatic News noble families , Contents: Bd. 1 : in. Amelunxen, in. Anckelmann, in. Beulwitz, in. Gersdorff, in. Krohne, in. Uechtritz, in. Zezschwitz, in. Vittinghoff Bd. 2 : in. Berlepsch, in. width belly , in. Bunau , in. Dürfeld, in. Geusau, in. Loeben, in. Poellnitz , in. Rothe, in. Wilcke, in. Pfuhl Bd. 3 : in. Brandenstein, in. Braxein , in. Burgdorff, in. Dersinhau, in. Einsiedel, in. Hohenthal, in. Kiesewetter, in. Salza u . Lichfield, in. Schoenberg, in. Zanthier , in. Ziegler u. Klipphausen Bd. 4 : in. Brandenstein, in. Carlowitz, in. Dallwitz , [...]