Family history

The descendants of the Chancellor, Dr. Gregory of bridge

Gregorius_Brück

About the family of Dr. Gregory of bridge we infer from the German nobility Glossary of Kneschke in Volume II page 95 The following notes: The bridge is a family-Saxon nobility, the ancestor of the famous, Emperor Charles V. is raised to the peerage Chancellor Gregor Brück of. Apart from the nobility, he had the goods Niemegk, Borstendorf, Gräfenheinichen Mädersdorf and brought to the tribe, and by two sons (Gregor and Christian) continuing.



Bassermannsche Family News

Bassermann

The progenitor Dietrich Bassermann is to 1644 drawn in a circle Windecken Hanau. Here he and his wife Christine were born two children: at the 8. June 1645 the son of William, who was baptized in the Church Hospital Hanau and 1648 Little son Johann Dietrich. Dietrich Bassermann had about six years, the high wind mill in corners, before he moved to Ostheim. It has been documented, that he 30 Years old was in the year 1645 – He died in the age of 67 1682. Is reported by John Dietrich, that on 1. February[...]



General Dutch Family Journal (Dutch Family Group Sheet)

Familieblad

Those: The Dutch Association Family Archives: General Dutch Family Journal (Family history, Coat of arms, Sigillography) 1885-1892



Complete collection of all the inscriptions in the cemetery in Leipzig

Leisegang-Friedhof-Leipzig

Even if it's not everyone's thing is to walk between graves, for the family, this research work unimagined ways of looking at, as a legacy of three centuries 2000 Inscriptions!



The mayor of Hamburg and their families

Flag_of_Hamburg

The list of the Hamburg mayor since the Reformation is very long. Without shedding of blood was Protestant Hamburg. Since 1510 was the city as an imperial city. The first stock exchange was opened here in 1558 and even after the decline of the Hanseatic city-state remained an important economic center. The history of the Upper Old Town and its significance for policy, Economic and cultural life are described in detail in the following works: