Address books Saxony

Address Books Saxony

A From the electorate or kingdom of the Albertine line of the House of Wettin, Saxony emerged.
After the Peace of Poznan in 1806, Elector Frederick August III had to hand over parts of his territory to Westphalia. In 1806, King Frederick August I received the Cottbus district.
At the Congress of Vienna in 1814/15, the Kingdom of Saxony had to cede Lower Lusatia with Cottbus, Eastern Upper Lusatia, the Electorate of Saxony and its Thuringian territories to Prussia.
In the Berlin Peace Treaty Saxony had to join the North German Confederation. In 1834 it was a member of the German Customs Union. With the November Revolution in 1918 the King of Saxony resigned. In 1920 the Free State of Saxony gave itself a republican constitution.
The bourgeois government was overthrown by the National Socialists in 1933.


Research aids in the category address books Saxony

Adorf and surroundings

Annaberg-Buchholz and surroundings

Augustusburg

Bärenstein district of Chemnitz

Bautzen and surroundings

Blasewitz

Burgstädt

Rural communities near Dresden


Boxdorf, Bühlau, Cunnersdorf, Dippelsdorf, Buchholz, Eisenberg, Moritzburg, Gönnsdorf, Kötzschenbroda mit Fürstenhain, Krieschendorf, Lindenau, Malschendorf, Mickten, Naundorf, Niederlößnitz, Niederpoyritz, Oberlößnitz, Oberpoyritz, Pappritz, Pillnitz, Porsberg, Radebeul, Rähnitz, Reichenberg, Reitzendorf, Rochwitz, Rockau, Helfenberg, Eichbusch, Schönfeld, Schullwitz, Serkowitz, Söbrigen, Uebigau, Wahnsdorf, Weißig, Weißer Hirsch, Wilschdorf, Zaschendorf, Zitzschewig


Altfranken, Babisnau, Bannewitz, Boderitz, Brabschütz, Brießnitz, Burgstädtel, Coschütz, Cossebaude, Cunnersdorf, Döltzschen, Eutschütz, Gaustritz, Gohlis, Golberode, Gompitz, Goppeln, Gostritz, Großdobritz, Kaitz, Kauscha, Kemnitz, Kleinnaundorf, Kleinpestitz, Laubegast, Leiteritz, Leuben, Leubnitz, Leutewitz, Lockwitz, Merbitz, Mobschatz, Mockritz, Naußlitz, Neuimptsch, Neuostra, Nickern, Niedergorbitz, Niedersedlitz, Nöthnitz, Obergorbitz, Oberwartha, Ockerwitz, Omsewitz, Pennrich, Podemus, Prohlis, Räcknitz, Reick, Rennersdorf, Rippien, Roßthal, Seidnitz, Sobrigau, Stetzsch, Tolkewitz, Torna, Welschhufe, Wölfnitz, Zschertnitz


mit den Vororten Trachau, Trachenberg, Mickten, Uebigau and Pieschen

Ebersbach and surroundings


Lauter and surroundingsg


Schlettau in the Ore Mountainse


Vogtland cities in address books Saxony


Auerbach i. V., Bockwa, Bärenwalde, Cainsdorf, Culitzsch, Cunersdorf, Ellefeld, Ebersbrunn, Falkenstein, Friedrichsgrün, Grünau, Grüna, Hartenstein, Hartmannsdorf, Kirchberg, Lößnitz, Lengenfeld i. V., Marienthal, Niederhaßlau, Niederschlema, Oberschlema, Neustädtel, Reinsdorf, Rosenthal, Rothenkirchen, Schedewitz, Schwarzenberg, Schönau, Schönheide, Schneeberg, Stenn, Rodewisch, Vielau, Wilkau, Wiesenburg, Wiesen, Zwönitz, Wernesgrün, Niederplanitz, Oberplanitz

Citizens ', Residents' and Addressbooks of Saxony





Population Hutha district Hallbach
Hutha no. 1
Schmieder Ernst, farmer and cartwright

Hutha no. 1b
Bellmann Oskar, farmer Bellmann Selma, excursionist

Hutah no. 2
Schubert Anna

Hutha no. 3
Weigand Walter, innkeeper

Hutha no. 4
Börner Oswald, private citizen

Hutha no. 5
Börner Arthur, farmer
Uhlmann Emilie, economic maverick

Hutha no. 6
Matthes Friedrich, armchair manufacturer
Matthes Karl, straggler
Matthes Max, farmer
Hutha no. 7
Krönert Lina, excursionist
Krönert Max, hereditary farmer

Hutha no. 9
Matthes Paul, Farmer

Hutha no. 10
Lippman Max, farmer

Hutha no. 11
Lippman Arno, machine worker
Lippman Paul, farmer Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)