History

Sources and research on the history of the district Wiedenbrück

Pfarrkirche St. Vitus

A mammoth task, Dr. phil. Franz Xaver Flaskamp (1890-1985) as a historian, Archivist and author in Wiedenbrück during his life with his publications and left handles. Overall, he was the author of more than 100 Publications. These include the importance for us genealogists citizens lists, Book of the Dead, Wedding Books and baptismal records.



Eduard Lorenz Meyer: Armorial of the Hamburg families and their genealogies

Grosses_wappen_Hamburg

1. Part: Coats of Arms Armorial Hamburgischer senators and mayors from the earliest times to the present with the name, Birth- and date of death, and the exact period as councilor or mayor.



Collection: Journal of the Historical Society of West Prussian 1880 to 1941

Zeitschrift-Westpreussen

Chronicles, Papers and presentations from the country- and cultural history of West Prussia



Collection: Uplands history leaves 1899 to 1927

Oberland

Some kilometers from the historical society, published historical journal. In the collections of the Library are the numbers Elbinger 1-14 and 16-20 from the years 1899-1927. The books published in an informal series.



Historical contributions to families of Nördlingen (Swabia)

Noerdlingen

Nördlingen is a large district in the Swabian district of Donau-Ries in Bavaria. The former Free Imperial City is the largest city in the county. Historically well-documented is the story of the witch hunt in this place, associated with the name Friedrich Wilhelm Lutz (1551-1597) as a critic of witchcraft trials, and Sebastian Roettinger (1537-1608) als Bürgermeister und Hexenjäger.