The History of the Rabich Family (Images)

The history of the Rabich family (from Herda/Thuringia, Germany) as short summary. [Private Homepage]

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History of the Rabich family

1. Main lines Rabich.

Main lines Rabich
Main lines Rabich. These are here only in general lines shown, so that the individual branchings and linkages are not evident from this. The documentarily occupied master fathers are specified.
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2. Domiciles of the Rabich in 16th and 17th Century.

Domiciles of the Rabich in 16th and 17th Century
Domiciles of the Rabich in 16th and 17th century. These are reconstructed from the documents of the church books and give uncertain domiciles, e.g. Lauchroeden not again. Already to this time the gender-referred own demesne was strewn. Close relationship is most likely to each other.
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3. Wettini (Saxonian) division.

Wettini (Saxonian) division
Wettini (Saxonian) division. Herda had politically always a peripheral location to the higher aristocracy possession and the monasterial possessions in Fulda and Hersfeld.
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4. Herda belongs to a multiple dynasty.

Herda belongs to a multiple dynasty
Herda belongs to a multiple dynasty (Kondominat), whichled to continual dispute religiously, judicially and deliver-referred. In 16th century were here the Wiedertaeufer (house width brook) active. The church in Herda was a patronage church (Hersfeld) those from Herda.
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5. Emigration in and after the 30 year war.

Emigration in and after the 30 year war
In and after the 30 year war members of the gender emigrated abroad, thus to Hessen, Mecklenburg, England. The larger section remained in Thuringia.
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6. The landscape area of the werra elbow around 1800.

The landscape area of the werra elbow around 1800
The landscape area of the werra elbow around 1800. The floodplain district being situated since between Berka Gerstungen and Herda exists still to a large extent. A road connection exists only to Berka. Heerda is branchpoint of freeways. Its closer environment shows the picture already to a large extent field shank.
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7. Herda in the middle 19th Century.

Herda in the middle 19th Century
Herda in the middle 19th century shows still the system from the Middle Ages with two aristocracy seats (castle and bower in the village center), to two road gates like also a village lime tree, in whose direct neighbourhood the master seat line A is because of the branchpoint of the shopkeeper lane with the stone way. Rabich families live already - in 16th century occupies - also in other roads. A number of houses from that 18th century is today under monument protection, so also the master seat. The lime tree was eliminated during the GDR time.
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