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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Schwarzburg
By an edict of the ruler of 10 Novebmber, 1871, the jurisdiction of the Bishop of Paderborn was reognized by the government in Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, and permission was given for the appointment of a permanent priest at Rudolstadt for the entire Upper Barony of Rudolstadt under the title of mission priest.
Much of the credit for the further development of Catholic affairs in Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt is due to James Hermann von Bertrab, who, although a Catholic, was the head of the Rudolstadt ministry until his death in 1887.
The Schwarzburg principalities are a part of the region occupied by the old tribe of the Thuringians, who in the sixth century succumbed to the united attack of the German tribes of the Franks and Saxons.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/13594a.htm   (1906 words)

  
 Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt was a small state in Germany, in the present-day state of Thuringia, with capital at Rudolstadt.
A county until 1711, in that year it became a principality.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt   (96 words)

  
 The Ancestors of Judith Kemmer Hesselberth
Born on 7 Jun 1658 in Koenitz, Schwarzburg, Rudolstadt, Germany.
Born on 8 Aug 1651 in Koenitz, Schwarzburg, Rudolstadt, Germany.
Born abt 1635 in Koenitz, Schwarzburg, Rudolstadt, Germany.
www.judithk.com /genealogy/AT01/AT01_013.HTM   (267 words)

  
 SCHWARZ, KARL (1812–1885) - Online Information article about SCHWARZ, KARL (1812–1885)
branch of the house of Schwarzburg, descended from Albrecht VII.
m., of which 283 are in the upper and 8o in the lower barony; the chief towns in the former district are Rudolstadt (pop.
historical ancestors were the counts of Kafernburg, from whom the counts of Schwarzburg sprang about the beginning of the 13th See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /SAR_SCY/SCHWARZ_KARL_18121885_.html   (1829 words)

  
 Saalfeld-Rudolstadt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Also in 1922 the district Rudolstadt was created, the second historical root of the district as of today.
The district dates back to the Landratsamt Saalfeld, which was created in 1868, and in 1922 it was converted into the Landkreis.
Both districts were merged in the communal reform of 1994.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Saalfeld-Rudolstadt   (224 words)

  
 Schwarzburg Palace
After the castle had been almost completely destroyed by two disastrous fires in 1695 and 1726, the Princes, whose capital had been Rudolstadt since 1571, decided to rebuild Schwarzburg as a small palace.
After a number of divisions into several branches, two main lines were eventually created in 1599, namely Schwarzburg-Sondershausen and Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, both of which were raised to the rank of Reichsfürsten (Princes of the Holy Roman Empire) in 1697 and 1710 respectively.
Schwarzburg Palace became a ruin in the Second World War when measures were taken between 1940 and 1943 to convert it into a guesthouse of the Third Reich - a plan that was never completed.
www.thueringen.de /schloesser/englisch/l24_en.htm   (547 words)

  
 woodgate - pafg115 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Adolph of Schwarzburg- Rudolstadt Prince was born in 1801.
homepages.ihug.co.nz /~woodgate/pafg115.htm   (94 words)

  
 City Hall > Twin Towns > Rudolstadt
After the abdication of the last Schwarzburg prince in 1918, Rudolstadt became chief town of the district in 1922.
Further Rudolstadt is known by the cultivation of its rich cultural traditions, among others as "town of the dance festivals" as theatre town and by the more than 275 years old public festival "Bird shooting".
The former princely residence of Rudolstadt is situated in Thuringia.
www.bayreuth.de /english/annecy/rudolstadt_388.html   (403 words)

  
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FRANKENHAUSEN, a town of Germany, in the principality of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, on an artificial arm of the Wipper, a tributary of the Saale, 36 m.
It consists of an old and a new town, the latter mostly rebuilt since a destructive fire in 1833, and has an old chateau of the princes of Schwarzburg, three Protestant churches, a seminary for teachers, a hospital and a modern town-hall.
Its industries include the manufacture of sugar, cigars and buttons, and there are brine springs, with baths, in the vicinity.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /correction/edit?locale=en&content_id=26227   (146 words)

  
 Decorations of the Schwarzburg Principalities
With the death of the childless Fürst Friedrich Günther, grandson of Fürst Günther Victor, in 1971, the Princely House of Schwarzburg became extinct.
The Schwarzburg principalities together provided one infantry battalion to the forces of Napoleon's Confederation of the Rhine (1st Battalion, 6th Regiment).
The lands of the Schwarzburg counts were divided into two states in 1599.
home.att.net /~david.danner/militaria/schwarzburg.htm   (1219 words)

  
 Rudolstadt Theatre
Starting with the saison 2003/4 Rudolstadt and the Thuringian Symphonics are working together with the theatre in Nordhausen and the music-school of Weimar, because the town Eisenach closed the contract.
The 2 theatres and the former orchestra of Saalfeld (the Thuringian Symphonics) became one entertainement - the Thueringer Landestheater Eisenach Rudolstadt Saalfeld until summer 2003.
In 1794 a theater group directed by Goethe was performing on the stage of the Rudolstadt Theater.
www.stadtfuehrung-rudolstadt.de /english/theate.htm   (296 words)

  
 House Laws of Schwarzburg
Schwarzburg ceded Grossbodungen to Prussia, received Ebeleben, Gossenfurra and Bendeleben in exchange, and the recess of 1720 was voided.
Datum Rudolstadt, den Acht und Zwanzigsten Decembris, Siebenzehen Hundert und Funffzehen.
This was given enacted by a constitutional amendment in Rudolstadt on 1 Jun 1896 and another one in Sondershausen on 14 Aug 1896.
www.heraldica.org /topics/royalty/HGSchwarzburg.htm   (9935 words)

  
 Short history of Rudolstadt - PorcelainSite.com
The area of Rudolstadt was free of glaciers during all Ice Ages, and as early as 6000 years ago, hunters and pickers of different cultural groups passed through or stayed in the caves around Rudolstadt.
he city Rudolstadt is one of those royal seats of Thuringia where the historically grown structures have been preserved until today.
The name "Rudolfestat" is first mentioned in a Latin list of goods from the beginning of the 9th century, made by the Benedictine monastery of Hersfeld, which had been promoted to imperial abbey on January 5th, 775.
www.porcelainsite.com /thuringia/rudolstadt.shtml   (331 words)

  
 Children are like tiny flowers, Rudolstadt Porcelain
Friedrich Froebel demonstrated his new approach to early childhood education at Bad Blankenburg in the Principality of Schwarzburg Rudolstadt.
Porcelain making in Thuringia began in 1760 under the patronage of Prince Johann Friedrich of Schwarzburg Rudolstadt.
The raw materials for the factory came from the principality; sand from Koenigssee and Rudolstadt.
www.ozpod.com /gallery/kinder.html   (254 words)

  
 Schwarzburg silver medal for merit in war - Wehrmacht-Awards.com Militaria Forums
Both Schwarzburg principalities were merged to become a free state in 1919.
Despite the fact that the award rolls are apparently intact and in the archives in Rudolstadt, none of my reference sources seems to have the numbers awarded.
The soldier in question is Gefreiter Otto Chemnitz, who was born in Rudolstadt on 21 May 1895 and worked as an agricultural labourer.
www.wehrmacht-awards.com /forums/showthread.php?t=32329   (1477 words)

  
 Histofig : Empire Articles
The battalion was finally disbanded in June 1810 with its survivors eventually transferred to the 5th (Anhault and Lippe) and 6th (Schwarzburg, Reuss and Waldeck) Rheinbund Regiments.
Nafziger, G.F., The Armies of Germany and the Confederation of the Rhine 1792 - 1815 Vol II, Baden and the Principalities of Lippe, Schwarzburg, Reuss and Waldeck, Nafziger Private Publication, 1992.
The Schwarzburg companies can be represented by any figure representing French Line or Light infantry in the post 1812 uniform wearing long trousers.
www.histofig.com /history/empire/articles/divers_002_en.html   (950 words)

  
 The historic factories of Volkstedt - PorcelainSite.com
That was the start for the foundation of other porcelain factories in the principality Schwarzburg Rudolstadt and of course in Volkstedt.
The raw materials for the factory came out of the principality: sand from the area of Koenigssee and Rudolstadt.
Together with his wife Sophie Henriette he inherited the shares from Joahnn Friedrich and ordered that always the ruling prince will be the shareholder of the factory in Volkstedt.
www.porcelainsite.com /porcelain/hist_porc/hist_volk.shtml   (484 words)

  
 Heidecksburg Palace
A castle belonging to the Counts of Orlamünde was first mentioned in the 13th century and went to the Counts of Schwarzburg in 1340.
Today it houses various institutions, such as the Thuringian State Museum, the Thuringian State Archive Rudolstadt and the administration of the Palace, Castle and Gardens Trust of Thuringia.
However, it was completely destroyed in 1345 in the so-called Thuringian War of the Counts.
www.thueringen.de /schloesser/englisch/l22_en.htm   (688 words)

  
 Die Kulturgeschichtliche Sammlung des Schlosses Heidecksburg
Simultaneously, exhibits from the former Synagogue Room in Rudolstadt were transferred to the museum.
The collection was wisely supplemented with the inventory of the Rudolstadt Antiquity Museum that was closed down in 1950.
A special section of the Heidecksburg castle is the coin collection.
www.heidecksburg.de /Sammlungen/kulturgesch_sammlung_eng.htm   (197 words)

  
 BLANKENBURG - LoveToKnow Article on BLANKENBURG
Its environs are charming, and to the north of it, on an eminence, rise the fine ruins of the castle of Greifenstein, built by the German king Henry I., and from 1275 to 1583 the seat of a cadet branch of the counts of Schwarzburg.
To properly cite this BLANKENBURG article in your work, copy the complete reference below:
www.35.1911encyclopedia.org /B/BL/BLANKENBURG.htm   (177 words)

  
 - Chapter 7
True, Rudolstadt was part of the new little United States; but, on the other hand, the United States was a confederation and that territory was not the responsibility of Grantville itself.
Therefore, they were having the Rudolstadt Colloquy some twenty miles down the Saale River to the north, in the university town of Jena, whose permanent population regarded it as a great financial boon.
The Count of Rudolstadt's problem, obviously, was how to resolve the quarrels among the disputatious groups of Lutherans encamped upon his doorstep.
www.webscription.net /10.1125/Baen/0743488601/0743488601___7.htm   (15566 words)

  
 Thomas's Glassware Tour --- Arnstadt (D)
In 1599 the countries of the counts of Schwarzburg were divided between the counties (1695 principalities) of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (with Arnstadt) and Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt.
After the line of the counts of Käfernburg became extinct in 1302, the counts of Schwarzburg bought their part of Arnstadt in 1306.
A separate line of Schwarzburg-Arnstadt existed between 1651 and 1669 and between 1681 and 1716.
www.thomasgraz.net /glass/gl-1901.htm   (397 words)

  
 The Richter Company
The Rudolstadt factory employed 649 people in 1910 (Rudolstadt had grown to 12,937) when he died, but only 458 in 1913.
Richter moved both the block business and the music business to Rudolstadt, which moves were more an indication of his own personal interest than of any business decision.
By the time the Nuremberg pharmacists managed to prove that the Roda pharmacy was a fraud Richter was the by far largest employer in Rudolstadt, employing over 200 workers in a city of 8,747.
www.ankerstein.org /html/CO.HTM   (1251 words)

  
 thePeerage.com - Person Page 709
     Friedrich Karl Fürst zu Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt was born on 7 June 1736 in Rudolstadt, Germany.
She died on 28 May 1805 at age 52 in Rudolstadt, Germany.
He died on 13 April 1793 at age 56 in Rudolstadt.
www.thepeerage.com /p709.htm   (628 words)

  
 Decorations of the States of the German Empire
Similarly, the two Schwarzburg principalities had a common house order and from 1909 to 1918 were under the same prince.
The two Reuss principalities are linked together, as they awarded a common house order and from 1913 to 1918 were effectively ruled by the same prince.
home.att.net /~david.danner/militaria/states.htm   (686 words)

  
 Today in History - August 16
Aemilie Juliane was educated at Rudolstadt with her cousins under the care of Ahasuerus Fritsch and other teachers.
She published Geistliche Lieder (Rudolstadt, 1683), Kuehlwasser in grosser Hitze des Creutzes (Rudolstadt, 1685), Taegliches Morgen-, Mittags- und Abendopfer (Rudolstadt, 1685).
After the death of her father (1641) and mother (1652) Aemilie Juliane was adopted by her aunt, who was also her godmother and had become the wife of Count Ludwig Guenther.
chi.lcms.org /history/tih0816.htm   (1223 words)

  
 time line Friedrich Froebel
Stadtilm is a little town in Thuringia on the river Ilm between Rudolstadt and Erfurt.
After a brief stay in Berlin, Froebel moved to Bad Blankenburg, near Rudolstadt and early childhood education.
In the summer of 1797, Froebel moved to Hirschberg, a little town in the upper region of the river Saale in Thuringia at the border to Bavaria, to learn about forestry, valuation, landsurveying and geometry.
www.froebelweb.org /webline.html   (1072 words)

  
 Amilie Juliane von Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt (Hymn-Writer) - Short Biography
Ämilie Juliane was educated at Rudolstadt with he cousins under the care of Dr. Ahasuerus Fritsch and other teachers.
She published Geistliche Lieder, etc., Rudolstadt, 1683; Kuhlwasser in grosser Hitze des Creutzes, Rudolstadt, 1685; Tägliches Morgen- Mittags- und Abendopfer, Rudolstadt, 1685.
After the death of her father (1641) and mother (1642) Ämilie Juliane was adopted by her aunt, who was also her godmother and had become the wife of Count Ludwig Gunther.
www.bach-cantatas.com /Lib/Schwarzburg.htm   (202 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Rudolstadt, Germany (German Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
A.D. 800, Rudolstadt was (1574–1918) the seat of the rulers of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt.
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AllRefer.com - Rudolstadt, Germany (German Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/R/Rudolsta.html   (135 words)

  
 The Former Ruling House of Schwarzburg, 1939-1945
Widow of Günther Sizzo, The Prince of Schwarzburg (1860-1926)
Daughters of Günther Sizzo, The Prince of Schwarzburg (1860-1926)
gsteinbe.intrasun.tcnj.edu /royalty/houses/schwarzburg.htm   (77 words)

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