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Prussian census

Prussian census

Posted: 1119912938000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1164246593000
Surnames: Kalkes
Does anyone know if there is an on line census or church records for Bitburg between 1700-1850? Thanks

Re: Prussian census

Posted: 1120842878000
Classification: Query
Bitburg is a German town in the Eiffel Mountain area.
Koblenz on the Rhine/Mosel [Rhein] is one of the greater cities in the area.
So this is not the typical Prussian area, but in the old days Prussia was frequently taken for Germany in general.

Re: Prussian census

Posted: 1120842878000
Classification: Query
Bitburg is a German town in the Eiffel Mountain area.
Koblenz on the Rhine/Mosel [Rhein] is one of the greater cities in the area.
So this is not the typical Prussian area, but in the old days Prussia was frequently taken for Germany in general.

Re: Prussian census

cheryl (View posts)
Posted: 1121956908000
Classification: Query
Surnames: luley,schreck
looking for luley,luly,scholl,schreck---bremen,bavaria, prussia and heppenheim connected

Re: Prussian census/Luley, Luly

Willem van Laar (View posts)
Posted: 1122020069000
Classification: Query
Hello!
The name Luley/Luly sounds French to me [I am Dutch], like the baroque composer Luly. So it might be that the name originates of the German/French border region "Elsasz" [french: Alsace]- Lotharingen [french: Lorraine], which has been disputed for ages [that is: since the division of the rich of Charlemaigne between his sons]. This is the area where the German politician Lothar de Maizere originates from [German - with a French name].

Re: Prussian census/Luley, Luly

Posted: 1148516762000
Classification: Query
most Lulys seem to be from Italy but the name is found in germany and in France.
The composer lived in France but was in fact Italian
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