Sunday, November 4, 2012

Early Scharnebeck History Connections of the German Villages Radenbeck, Oldendorf und Nahrendorf


I am sharing because the  early Scharnebeck history of the village connections toof Radenbeck, Oldendorf and Nahrenedorf.. The fact that  place Verden is mentioned  goes unnoticed. I don't really want this document. but it points to associations of the villages and one way it happened.


Hauptstaatsarchiv Hanover certificate stocks
Order number:
Or Celle 100 Scharnebeck No. 154
Inventory name:
Documents of the monastery Scharnebeck
Note on inventory:
The stock certificate is currently under EDP technology.
signature:
No. 154
Storage inventory: Locked up:
Or Celle 100 Scharnebeck
Term / side runtime:
- 25.1.1318 (-)
Part Provenance: Vorprovenienz:
Classification code:
01. . . . . 13180125
Registry signature: Old archive signature:
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Title:
Bishop Nicholas of Verden transmits the monastery Scharnebeck the resignation of the Count of Schwerin tithe Radenbeck and Oldendorf at Nahrendorf. 1318 January 25, Lüneburg. Original, water damage, pendant seal Exhibitor damaged, with rear seal. Pressure: UB Scharnebeck No. 178.


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