Documentary Mention

Some articles on documentary mention, mention:

Aarbergen - History
... community of Rückershausen had its first documentary mention in 879 ... Hausen über Aar likewise had its first documentary mention in 879, when it belonged to the Niederlohngau and found its way into the ownership of St ... by Gebhard, Count of the Lahngau and had its first documentary mention ...
Meißner, Hesse - History
... Alberode had its first documentary mention in 1276 ... Germerode had its first documentary mention in 1186 ... Weidenhausen had its first documentary mention in 1301 ...
Stipshausen - History - Middle Ages
... In 1334, Stipshausen had its first documentary mention in a church document as Stebeshusen ... A first documentary mention nevertheless has nothing much to do with a village’s actual age ... Rhaunen, and over on the other side lay Smer(le)bach, which had its first documentary mention in 1325, and which formed together with the village of Asbach a court region of its own ...
Dickesbach - History
... In 1367, Dickesbach had its first documentary mention in a document that contained a list of contributions that the villages of Berschweiler, Dickesbach, Mittelreidenbach, Mörschied ... are, however, doubts as to whether this was truly the village’s first documentary mention ... It could even be that Dickesbach’s first documentary mention came about 200 years earlier than the mention in the chicken tax document, a copy of which is on hand in the ...

Famous quotes containing the words mention and/or documentary:

    Oh! no! we never mention her,
    Her name is never heard;
    My lips are now forbid to speak
    That once familiar word.
    Thomas Bayly (1797–1839)

    What is a novel if not a conviction of our fellow-men’s existence strong enough to take upon itself a form of imagined life clearer than reality and whose accumulated verisimilitude of selected episodes puts to shame the pride of documentary history?
    Joseph Conrad (1857–1924)