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According to aunt this is Grietje Schievink and the three oldest children
According to aunt this is Grietje Schievink and the three oldest children
 
 
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Achille Murat
Achille Murat
 
 
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Achtkarspelen
Achtkarspelen
Status: Gelokaliseerd; Oorsprong/verklaring :
Het is een sprekend wapen; de 8 torens symboliseren de 8 kerspels/parochies in de gemeente.

Het huidige Achtkarspelen telt 12 dorpen en buurtschappen, maar ten tijde van de aanvraag waren dat er nog acht, namelijk Augustinusga, Buitenpost, Drogeham, Kooten, Kortwoude, Lutjepost, Surhuizum en Twijzel. Enkele van deze dorpen zijn inmiddels opgegaan in een van de andere, en nieuwe dorpen zijn ontstaan. Het wapen dateert in ieder geval al uit de middeleeuwen, aangezien een zegel met afdruk uit 1416 al een kerkgebouw met 8 torens te zien geeft, waarvan twee torens groter dan de andere. Binnen de gemeente komt het nog voor op een steen uit het vroegere grietenijhuis te Augustinusga. Deze steen uit de 17e eeuw vertoont een afbeelding met 8 kerktorens, 4 verschillende aan iedere kant, verder symmetrisch, met een boompartij op de voorgrond. Het geheel is niet in een schild geplaatst. De afwijkende kroon, 9 parels ipv een grietenijkroon, wordt gevoerd sinds 1818, waarom deze kroon is aangevraagd is onbekend. In 1984 werd een voorstel gedaan de kroon te vervangen, maar de gemeente heeft hiervan afgezien.

De gemeente gebruikt het wapen als zodanig op grensstenen, briefpapier ed, en gestyleerd op het gemeentehuis en andere minder offici 
 
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Ada Kersten
Ada Kersten
Status: Gelokaliseerd;  
 
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Adéle Alice Johanna Söderlund
Adéle Alice Johanna Söderlund
 
 
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Adalbert Ferdinand Berengar Viktor von Hohenzollern
Adalbert Ferdinand Berengar Viktor von Hohenzollern
 
 
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Adalbert I Ballenstedt
Adalbert I Ballenstedt
 
 
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Adalbert Primogentius
Adalbert Primogentius
Darstellung in einem Fenster des Stifts Heiligenkreuz 
 
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Adalbert von Preußen
Adalbert von Preußen
 
 
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Adam Albert Graf von Neipperg
Adam Albert Graf von Neipperg
 
 
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Adam Cornelis Zelle
Adam Cornelis Zelle
 
 
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Adam Zelle als vaandeldrager in 1873
Adam Zelle als vaandeldrager in 1873
 
 
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Tenminste één, nog levende, persoon is verbonden aan dit item - detailgegevens worden niet weergegeven.
 
 
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Adela of Normandy
Adela of Normandy
 
 
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Adelaïde Leuhusen
Adelaïde Leuhusen
 
 
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Adelaide Margaret Delia Spencer Peel
Adelaide Margaret Delia Spencer Peel
 
 
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Adelgunde von Bayern
Adelgunde von Bayern
 
 
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Adelheid Christine zu Schaumburg-Lippe
Adelheid Christine zu Schaumburg-Lippe
 
 
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Adelheid Erna Caroline von Sachsen-Meiningen
Adelheid Erna Caroline von Sachsen-Meiningen
 
 
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Adelheid Prinzessin zur Lippe
Adelheid Prinzessin zur Lippe
 
 
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Adelheid van Normandië
Adelheid van Normandië
 
 
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Adelheid van Thouars
Adelheid van Thouars
 
 
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Adelheid von Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg-Hoym
Adelheid von Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg-Hoym
 
 
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Adelheid von Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg
Adelheid von Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg
 
 
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Adelheid von Sachsen-Meiningen
Adelheid von Sachsen-Meiningen
 
 
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Adelheid zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg
Adelheid zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg
 
 
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Adelheim nr 1886
Adelheim nr 1886
 
 
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Adelina Bonaparte-Wyse
Adelina Bonaparte-Wyse
 
 
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Adlerstjerna nr 198
Adlerstjerna nr 198
 
 
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Adlig family Gyllenhorn no. 116
Used that name after 1625
Adlig family Gyllenhorn no. 116 Used that name after 1625
 
 
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Adliga ätten Belfrage nr 782
Adliga ätten Belfrage nr 782
Adlad 1666-12-03, introducerad 1668.
Till Pennington och Tulliochie i Skottland. Riddare och generalamiral i Skottland
 
 
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Adliga ätten Bielke af Åkerö nr 8 †
Adliga ätten Bielke af Åkerö nr 8 †
Ancient noble family, introduced in 1625. The exit 1647.

The amily's hometown is certainly SmÃ¥land. In West Bo ravaged by the said landscape are the farms located, which were at the earliest owned by the family. The oldest known members are the brothers Nils and Ture Kettilsson mentioned below. If their father is not known. In the knight house genealogy he is called Kettil Bengtsson, but no person with this name is not mentioned in retained any documents. K. HRS. Karlsson states as a guess that he may have been the Kettil Petersson, who was mentioned in the years 1266 and 1268 and then seems to have lived in SmÃ¥land, but this opinion is not shared by G. Carlsson in Swedish Biogr. lexicon. In Denmark, SkÃ¥ne and Norway there was also a Bielkesläkt, which carried two blue beams in silver field and on the helmet two wessel horns of silver, coated with two blue beams. Any evident connection between this family,which was expanded 1868-08-17 and the Swedish family does not exist. 
 
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Adliga ätten Cruus af Edeby nr 69
Adliga ätten Cruus af Edeby nr 69
The estates, which were declared to be descended from Cruusborg in Bajern and submitted to King Christoffer, have branched out in the free-lord family Cruus of God home. The older family branch of the Knight's house was introduced, as descended from a national council, under No. 2 of the former knight class and named Cruus af Harfvila (Harvial), but this lineage was excluded among noble lineage when it was introduced in free-lord dignity in 1652. – The older family members generally wrote the name Kruus.

According to Tessin and Tessiniana, the family would not have died in 1727 but a Gustaf Ferdinand Cruus of this family lived in France as yet in 1741 as abbé de Gouë. 
 
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Adliga ätten Dahlfelt nr 1555 †
Adliga ätten Dahlfelt nr 1555 †
 
 
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Adliga ätten Drake af Hagelsrum nr 90
Adliga ätten Drake af Hagelsrum nr 90
A branch of the old noble line Hand. Royal permission to take up the Dragon Name 1574-11-26. Introduced in 1625.

About the family's older lineage, see the noble family Hand. 
 
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Adliga ätten Ekeblad nr 35 †
Adliga ätten Ekeblad nr 35 †
Old salvation family. Introduced in 1625 under No. 69. Moved in the knight class in 1689 under no. 35. The last living member of the family exalted in pleasant dignity 1719-12-31.

Already in the 1300s there are the brothers Karl and Lars Ingebjöm sons, who proved to have an oak leaf in the shield. Lars Ingebjörnsson, who is called gunner in 1346 and still in 1379, was Duchess Ingeborg's bailiff at DÃ¥vö in 1360 and received the administration over Dalarne in 1362. His widow Kristina Magnusdotter, who in the weapon brought two wings, was named 1383. Karl Ingebjörnsson, who in 1341 was in the service of the marsh Anund Finvedsson, is called a gunman and bailiff in Dalarne in 1351, was the head of the Ã…kers army in 1366 and lived in 1370. He was married to Katarina Fadersdotter in 1348. Lars died without leaving male offspring. Karl left behind his son Folke Karlsson, gunner 1377 – 1386, who in 1379 donated land to VÃ¥rfruberga monastery for camp town to his deceased sisters Kristina and Catherine,and 1386 – apparently on the deathbed – gave his fiancee virgin Katarina Stefansdotter her farm Rönöholm for her lifetime. He was dead in 1387 and left no breast heirs. The Knights House genealogy gives Karl Ingebjörnsson a second marriage to Ingegerd Nilsdotter to Öja in Närke and another son Peder Karlsson. However, this is as evidenced by the inheritance dispute between Nils Nilsson's to Traneberg and Mrs Ingegerds to Öja descendants (Ht X.) Not based on reality. Mrs. Ingegerd to Öja, married the second time to the knight Nils Kettilsson, after whom she was a widow in 1344, had in a previous, not further known marriage, but not with Karl Ingebjörnsson, a son Peder Karlsson, who carried the oak leaf in the weapon. Her grandson Jöns Karlsson all Berg on the island, the founder of Västmanland, had the sons Karl Jönsson to Berg and Palne Jönsson.The latter left non-male descendants, the former, who sold the father's estate to Sten Sture in 1483, had in his marriage to Inga Jönsdotter the son Anders Karlsson, who in 1513 loved the father's estate Berg, councilor in Stockholm and beheaded in Stockholm's carnage in 1520. – Furthermore, the knight house genealogy states that said Jöns Karlsson had a brother Michel Tasto. However, this is a free-made construction to unite through him the family introduced to the knight's house, which brought the oak leaf, with Ingebjörn's sons, a supposed kinship, which older genealogists do not know. In addition to the inheritance dispute, it appears that Jöns Karlsson was his father's only heir, show the records (RHKn.) That Michel Tasto, who in 1463 sells his mother's inheritance Oppeby in Helgesta parish, in Södermanland, been the son of Magnus Michelsson Tasto to Oppeby,who in 1410 married Ingegerd Erwastdotter. Bada brought the oak leaf into the shield. The preserved records know nothing about Michel Tasto's descendants, but the knight house genealogy gives him a son Gottschalk Tasto and grandson Jacob in Simla, which later must have been the ancestor of a family resident in Dalarne and Västmanland with the oak leaf to the shield. A son of this Jacob is reported to have been Hans Jakobsson to Krokfors and Sundby. In two essays in the Personal History journal for 1923, h. 2 – 4, Helmer Lagergren has dealt with the origin of the Ekeblad family. It is clear from this investigation that the following Henrik Simla can be arranged as the family's eldest known ancestor. He belonged to a salvation family in Dalarne, who carried a five-pointed star in the weapon. The change in weapons seems to have taken place only in the 16th century, when Anders Hansson of Stola took up his motherly weapon,oak leaf. 
 
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Adliga ätten Falkenberg af Bålby nr 105
Adliga ätten Falkenberg af Bålby nr 105
Naturalized 1625, introduced in 1625. Naturalized and adopted 1642-02-17.

The eggs are of the same origin as the noble family Falkenberg of Trystorp, and have branched out in the free-lord family Falkenberg af BÃ¥lby.

Several dishes named Falkenberg have been found in Germany. One of those scattered on the Rhine stream, in Hesse and in the Braunschweig country had two weapons erected, with the ax facing outwards, and of the same was Didrik von Falkenberg, born in 1595, who was commander of Magdeburg and killed in 1631-05-10, at the city's conquest of the imperial. Another Falkenberg family in Silesia brought in his weapon a table, and in Austria a family Falkenberg also existed. The Swedish Falkenbergs, who all carry in their weapon red and white chess game boxes, originate from Mark-Brandenburg. 
 
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Adliga ätten Fleming nr 4 †
Adliga ätten Fleming nr 4 †
Ancient noble family. Introduced in 1625. Extended 1825-01-20.

The estates have branched out into the free-lord families Fleming af Lais and Fleming af Liebelitz. Two members (Table 8 and Table 10) were raised in 1569 and 1561 in a free-ruler position, but their branches were expanded prior to the founding of the knight's house. The genus is probably where the name suggests Flemish (Flandric) origin, but may also have come from the landscape of Fläming in Brandenburg. The alleged lineage of the Flaminians in Rome must be banished to the realm of the fairy tale. In addition to Denmark and Sweden, the name occurs simultaneously in Scotland, Pomerania, Poland and other countries, and was carried by its unrelated families, carrying different weapons. A Claus Fleming, named between the years 1331 – 1354, who was a bailiff in Barth in Pomerania, may have been the father of the elder of the family with full certainty knew the ancestor, the knight Peder Fleming,and if so, grandfather of the teammate Klas Fleming. In an old family book in the RÃ¥lambska collection in the royal library, he is said to be » come by Pomerania 
 
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Adliga ätten Frölich nr 1280
Adliga ätten Frölich nr 1280
Naturalized 1693-11-10, introduced in 1693. Naturalized and adopted 1720-01-18. This branch was extinct 1765-10-04. The exit on the sword side 1940-02-23. †

The dishes have common origin with the family Count Frölich. 
 
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Adliga ätten Hand nr 59 †
Adliga ätten Hand nr 59 †
Old noble family with original residence in Kind's hearth, where it has been closely related to the city's most noble salvation families. 
 
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Adliga ätten Kåse ur 139 †
Adliga ätten Kåse ur 139 †
Old salvation family. Introduced in 1627. Probably extinct in the early 19th century.

This SmÃ¥land salvation family, which in the weapon brought three black beams in white field, should not be confused with the ancient Danish families Kaas, one of which had to arms a wall slanted and the other a red Sparre in gold field. The property KÃ¥seholm in Tryde parish, SkÃ¥ne has been named after one of these dishes and has never, as stated, been owned by Anders KÃ¥se (Tab. 2). An older Swedish savage family Kase, who lived during the 1300s and 1400s and was visited in Uppland and Södermanland, brought in the weapon a seven-pointed star and has no connection with the following lineage. – The Knights House genealogy of the KÃ¥se family, which until very recently was teeming with erroneous information, is currently under review. On the same has also been involved a hammer smith StÃ¥hle from Ry mill in Göteryds parish,which, however, only derives from the KÃ¥se family through Margareta Bernhardsdotter 
 
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Adliga ätten Kafle nr 70 †
Adliga ätten Kafle nr 70 †
Old salvation family. Introduce 1625. Extended 1912-03-12.

SätesgÃ¥rden Hallarne, now Hallanda in Brodddarps parish, in Älvsborg county, the Kalle family's main farm, should already be long before 1442, when Matts in Hallarne was first named, inhabited by the family, but the Erland Kafle, who in the knight-house genealogy is portrayed as the ancestor of the family and 1402 must have made his will, has certainly never existed. Here confusion has taken place with an Erland Kure, who just in 1402 made a gift to Nydala monastery. The baptismal name Erland apparently came into the family only after Lars Mattsson Kafles married Margareta Kagg, in whose family the name Erland has been used for several generations. – The weapons of the family are reminiscent of the Lilliehööks, but no connection between them and the Kafle family has been demonstrated and is not acceptable 
 
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Adliga ätten Klöfverskjöld nr 579
Adliga ätten Klöfverskjöld nr 579
Adlad 1653-01-14, introducerad 1654 
 
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Adliga ätten Lillie af Aspenäs nr 109 †
Adliga ätten Lillie af Aspenäs nr 109 †
Old noble family, introd. 1635th. Extinct 1839-06-28.

The first of the family with full certainty knew the ancestor was Birger Andersson to Angered in the parish committee, Älvsborg County. To this property was written the gunman Ragvald Anundsson, who may have been the uncle of Birger Andersson in 1493. 1 A branch of the family was raised in a free-standing position ( se freeh. the family Lillie). 
 
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Adliga ätten Lilliehöök af Fårdala nr 1
Adliga ätten Lilliehöök af Fårdala nr 1
 
 
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Adliga ätten Manderstierna nr 1239
Adliga ätten Manderstierna nr 1239
Family, which have not been represented in Sweden since 1758, were immatriculated at the knight's houses in Reval 1765 under No. 251 and in Riga 1839 under No. 352. 
 
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Adliga ätten Reuter AF SKÄLBOÖ nr 158 †
Adliga ätten Reuter AF SKÄLBOÖ nr 158 †
Adlad 1615, introduced 1627 and 1632-08-20. Extended 1792-02-22.

The older family members were mostly spelled Rytter 
 

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