Content: Genealogies of the families Heusch, the Grange, Earl of Carnarvon, Familie Coomans, Family of Thiemen, Beissel family, List of those, whose arms are on the Coats of Arms, History of the families of Broich, in. Thenen, Berken, v. Schrick, Büter, v. Stommel, pastes, Klocker, PROFIBUS, v. Bodden, v. Oliva row., in. Schrick, Büter, in. Stommel, Pastor, Klocker, Fibus, in. Bodden, in. Oliva v.. Braumann, etc.. historical notes by the mayor's servant, John Hannsen, Those: Hermann Ariovistus of Fürth: Posts and material on the history of the Aachen-patrician families, Aachen 1882-1890 Download bei Compgen Goggle: 1. Bd., 2. Bd., 3. Bd., Download note: Das Firefox-Addon http://www.googlesharing.net [...]
Archive for regular and Heraldry (also: Weller's archives for regular- and Heraldry, in the 1. Year: The coat of arms collector) Monthly periodical providing for family histories and family crests, exchange for family historians, Armorial, Bookplate, Siegel- and coin collectors, as well as for heraldic and genealogical societies. No.. 1 Year 1900-1901 No.. 4 Year 1903-1903 No.. 5 Year 1904-1905 No.. 6 Year 1905-1906 No.. 7 Year 1906-1907 No.. 18 Year 1917-1918
Individual contributions, some genealogies of individual foundations, some historical information on individual foundations have been developed in the works of Johann Jacob Moser and Rev. terminal.
These are the small moments of happiness in the life of a genealogist. Discover this book by chance one of them! Determined to be a lot of research colleagues are delighted, because the name appears in numerous lineages Ebell on. The author explains at the beginning the importance of the family name, and then proceeds to the individual branches, starting in Perleberg 1560-1870. There are also branches of the Ruppin 1740 today and the Hamburg branch since 1740.
The pedigree of this honorable family has its origin in the south of Germany and the oldest known branches are found in the last half of the 16. and in the first half of the 17. Century in several of the former free imperial cities, For example, in Ulm, where 1659 is called a Christoph Weickhmann. A Hans Weickhmann from Nuremberg, settled as a bookbinder 1641 Danzig and settled in Augsburg in the year 1590 You find the tailors Weickhmann Hans Christoph and his wife Susanne Lotter. A son of this[...]