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1. Title:   Die Nachkommen Karls des Grossen (I-XIV Generation)
Note:   Source: Bibliography for Research in British and Continental Royal and
Publication:   Leipzig: Zentralstelle f�ur Deutsche Personen-und Familiengeschichte, 1935 (reprinted 1964).
Author:   Brandenburg, Erich
Note continued:   Noble Lineages and Heraldry <http://book-smith.tripod.com/book-4.html> | {The Descendants of Charles the Great.} A standard, highly-regarded source for Carolingian descents, with comparatively easy-to-use charts . . . if you can read the Fraktur typeface. The layout is clean and well designed, with all the text notes gathered in one section at the back. An essential reference tool.
2. Title:   Roglo Genealogical Database
Note:   Source: Roglo Database. | The database "roglo" holds 220,130 persons, including royal families of Europe from the 6th century to the present... <p> Warning! Warning! This data base is not a reference; the information are given here without guarantee; think to check with other sources. <p> The author said that he was not a genealogist and gathered data from many sources without trying to have reliable data. His fun is to work on the genealogy software, not to build the database. <p> One of his sources is Manuel Abranches do Soveral, a very good Portuguese genealogist.
Publication:   <http://pauillac.inria.fr/~ddr/gene.en.html>
Author:   Daniel de Rauglaudre <daniel.de_rauglaudre@inria.fr?subject=Genealogy site>
3. Title:   Roglo Genealogical Database
Note:   Source: Roglo Database. | The database "roglo" holds 220,130 persons, including royal families of Europe from the 6th century to the present... <p> Warning! Warning! This data base is not a reference; the information are given here without guarantee; think to check with other sources. <p> The author said that he was not a genealogist and gathered data from many sources without trying to have reliable data. His fun is to work on the genealogy software, not to build the database. <p> One of his sources is Manuel Abranches do Soveral, a very good Portuguese genealogist.
Publication:   <http://pauillac.inria.fr/~ddr/gene.en.html>
Author:   Daniel de Rauglaudre <daniel.de_rauglaudre@inria.fr?subject=Genealogy site>
4. Title:   Europ�aischen Stemmtafeln: Stemmtafeln zur Geschichte der europ�aischen Staaten, New Series
Page:   iii:590, ii:186
Note:   Source: Bibliography for Research in British and Continental Royal and
Publication:   Marburg: J. A. Stargardt, 1978-1998 4 Volumes Library of Congress Call Number CS404.E94 1978 Ref Desk <p> [ begr�undet von Wilhelm Kark Prinz zu Isenburg; fortgef�uhrt von Frank Baron Freytag von Loringhoven; neue Folge herausgegeben von Detlev Schwennicke
Author:   Schwennicke, Detlev
Note continued:   Noble Lineages and Heraldry <http://book-smith.tripod.com/book-4.html> | An updated and greatly expanded version of Stammtafeln zur Geschichte der Europaischen Staaten, by Wilhelm Karl Prinz von Isenburg (2v., 1936-37 + 2 additional vols. published by 1975), which was a highly regarded resource to begin with. Schwennicke requires little or no facility in German because of its heavy reliance on standard abbreviations and symbols. The volumes are oversized and the tables are methodical and logically organized. The author concerns himself mostly with German families, of course, but laps over into all corners of the Continent. The most recent volume �� more are presumably coming �� even includes the family of Jacques Coeur, a commoner and self-made tycoon who became investments counselor and finally chief minister to Louis XI of France. A basic reference tool. <p> Source: John P. DuLong, Ph.D. Europ�aische Stammtafeln Notes <http://habitant.org/tools/esnotes.htm> | The Europ�aische Stammtafeln is a collection of genealogical tables for important families that played a role in European history. Many genealogists researching Medieval noble, royal, and imperial families find it a valuable reference tool. Due to it being a German work, many English-speaking genealogists are either unaware of it, have been unable to find a copy of it, or shy away from it due to the language issue. My notes on the Europ�aische Stammtafeln are offered here to help you work with this useful well-done set of family trees. The full citation for this work is: | Schwennicke, Detlev. Europ�aische Stammtafeln: Stammtafeln zur Geschichte der Europ�aischen Staaten, Neue Folge. [European Family Trees: Family Trees for the History of European States, New Series.] First series by Wilhelm Karl, Prinz zu Isenburg, continued second series by Frank, Baron Freytag von Loringhoven. 16 vols. Marburg, Germany: Verlag von J. A. Stargardt , 1978-1995. | However, this complex citation actually over simplifies this work that has been published in four distinct series. The above citation refers to the third series, which is the set most people using it are familiar with. The newest, forth, series is entitled Eurp�aische Stammtafeln: Neue Folge and Detlev Schwennicke is the sole author. This forth series started with vol. 17 and is now being published at Frankfurt am Main, Germany, by Verlag Vittorio Klostermann. According to the publisher, the third series "is no longer valid" (Baumann 1988a). Schwennicke is now in the process of updating, improving, and reissuing the first volumes for the new forth series. | Please note that some people abbreviate the Europ�aische Stammtafeln as ES in their notes and discussions on the soc.genealogy.medieval Usenet News group.... | The set is organized into the following volumes: Vol. 1, Die Deutschen Staaten: Die Stammesherz�oge, die weltlichen Kurf�ursten, die Kaiserlichen, K�oniglichen und Grossherzoglichen Familien, Aus dem Nachla� von Frank Baron Freytag von Loringhoven heraugegeben von Detlev Schwennicke. [The German States: The Ducal Families, Holy Roman Electors, Imperial, Royal and Grand Ducal Families, From the Estate of Baron Freytag von Loringhoven, Edited by Detlev Schwennicke], 1980, 159 tables. There is no documentation or corrections section! Documentation is missing from this volume because Schwennicke was simply republishing what had been left behind in Loringhoven's estate (Baumann 1998a; Bodine 1997a). Most of the modern tables end in 1918. A handful of lines are continued to the twentieth century using a format similar to the New England Historic Genealogical Society registry style. New Release of Volume 1 This volume is currently being re-released in multiple parts in the new forth series. The Winter 1999/2000 catalog from Vittorio Klostermann indicates that there are now two published parts to the new release of vol. 1. According to Baumann (1998a): Schwennicke completely reconceived Isenburg's old volume I of 1935 and Volume I left in Loringhoven's estate in 1980. Instead of using either of them, he relied on historical literature and archival sources for his new concept of volume I. He intend[s] to publish the remaining reigning families of Germany up to 1918 in Volume I.2 (and possibly I.3, if necessary) in 1999. The information I have the new release shows the following: Vol. 1, 1st Part, Die fr�ankischen K�onige und die K�onige und Kaiser, Stammesherzoge und Kurf�ursten, Markgrafen und Herzoge des Heiligen R�omischen Reiches Deutscher Nation [The Frankish Kings and the Kings and Emperors, Original Dukes and Electors, Margraves and Dukes of the Holy Roman Empire German Nation], 1998, 174 tables, 240 DM, ISBN 3-465-02743-4. Vol. 1, 2nd Part, Przemysliden, Askanier, Herzoge von Lothringen, die H�auser Hessen, W�uttemberg und Z�ahringen [Przemysliden (also spelled without the z and with an upside down ^ over the r), Askanier, Dukes of Lorraine, the Houses of Hesse, Wuerttemberg, and Z�ahringen], 1999, 110 tables, 200 DM, ISBN 3-465-03020-6. This has additions and corrections to the old vol. 1, part 1, vol. 17, and vol. 18. Vol. 1, 3rd Part, Die H�auser Oldenburg, Mecklenburg, Schwarzburg, Waldeck, Lippe und Reu� [The Houses of Oldenburg, Mecklenburg, Schwarsburg, Waldeck, Lippe, and Reuss], 2000, 129 tables, 200 DM, ISBN 3-465-03060-5. Vol. 2, Die ausserdeutschen Staaten: Die regierenden H�auser der �ubrigen Staaten Europas, [The States Outside of Germany: The Reigning Houses of the Remaining European States], 1984, 206 tables, out-of-print. Covers just about every European royal family. There is some extensive coverage of the origins of Spanish royal houses. There is documentation but no corrections. Vol. 3, 1st part, Herzogs- und Grafenh�auser des Heiligen R�omischen Reiches; andere europ�aische F�urstenh�auser, [Houses of Dukes and Counts of the Holy Roman Empire: Other European Princely Houses], 1984, 200 tables, numbered 1-200, plus several corrected tables, out-of-print. Has a documentation section and corrections and additions to vol. 2 and vol. 3, 2nd part. Vol. 3, 2nd part, Nicht standesgem�a�e und illegitime Nachkommen des Regierenden H�auser Europas, [Unregistered {Morganatic} and Illegitimate Offspring of the Ruling Houses of Europe], 1983, 200 tables, numbered 201-400, 200 DM, ISBN 3-465-02712-4. Has a documentation section. Morganatic means that a higher social status person marries a lower social status person. The spouse with the inferior rank retains that rank. The children of the marriage do not inherit the superior title. Vol. 3, 3rd part, Andere gro�e europ�aische Familien: Illegitime Nachkommen spanischer und portugiesischer K�onigsh�auser, [Other Great European Families: Illegitimate Offspring of Spanish and Portuguese Royal Houses], 1985, 200 tables, numbered 401-600, plus several corrected tables, 200 DM, ISBN 3-465-02714-0. Has a documentation section and corrections and additions for vol. 2 and vol. 3, 1st and 2nd parts. Covers Iberian peninsula families. Vol. 3, 4th part, Das feudale Frankreich und sein Einfluss auf die Welt des Mittelalters, [French Feudal Families and their Influence on the World of the Middle Ages], 1989, 220 tables, numbered 601-820, 200 DM, ISBN 3-465-02176-7. Has a documentation section but no additions or corrections. Some of these French families immigrated to England and the Crusader states in the Holy Land. Some miscellaneous non-French families are also included. To avoid confusion, the specific table numbers in the parts of vol. 3 are: Part 1, tables 1-200 Part 2, tables 201-400 Part 3, tables 401-600 Part 4, tables 601-820 Vol. 4, Standesherrliche H�auser I, [Registry of Mediatised Houses], 1981, 168 tables, with additions and corrections, DM 180, ISBN 3-465-02718-3. Has a documentation section and corrections and additions for this volume. Mediatised houses are German princely families put under another ruler in 1806 at the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire. Vol. 5, Standesherrliche H�auser II, [Registry of Mediatised Houses], 1988, 191 tables, 200 DM, ISBN 3-465-02720-5. Has a documentation section. Mostly German families. Vol. 6, Familien des alten Lotharingien I, [Families of Old {Upper}Lorraine], 1978, 160 tables, out-of-print. Has a documentation section.. Contains families from Cleves-Berg-Julich to Burgundy. According to the publisher, this volume and the next, is completely revised and published as vol. 18 in the new fourth series Vol. 7, Familien des alten Lotharingien II, [Families of Old {Upper} Lorraine], 1979, 168 tables, out-of-print. Has a documentation section. See vol. 6. Vol. 8, West-, mittel- und nordeurop�aische Familien, [West, Middle, and North European Families], 1980, 163 tables, out-of-print. Has a documentation section. Mostly German and Swedish families. Vol. 9, Familien des Fr�uh- und Hochkapitalismus, [Families of the Early and Eminent Capitalism], 1987, 182 tables, 180 DM, ISBN 3-465-02725-6. Filled with the families Karl Marx loved to hate, including the Astors, Borgias, Fuggers, Gondi, Krupps, Rothschilds, etc. It is missing my favorite American capitalists like the Fords, Rockefellers, Carnegies, etc. Vol. 10, Pairs de France und ihre Familien, [Peers of France and their Families], 1986, 161 tables, 180 DM, ISBN 3-465-02727-2. No corrections. Relatively late comers to the French peerage, seventeenth century mostly. Vol. 11, Familien von Mittel- und Oberrhein und aus Burgund, [Families of the Middle and Upper Rhine and Burgundy], 1986, 162 tables, 180 DM, ISBN 3-465-02729-9. I have not yet seen this volume. Vol. 12, Familien des alten Herzogtums Schwaben, [Families of the Ancient Duchy of Swabia], 1992, 164 tables, 200 DM, ISBN 3-465-02731-0. I have not yet seen this volume. Vol. 13, Les Familles F�eodales de France, I, [Feudal Families of France], 1990, 165 tables, 200 DM, ISBN 3-465-02733-7. Contains a general index to the major surnames and tables, "Gesamt-Register." This index only covers vols. 1 to 11 and 13. Vol. 14, Les Familles F�eodales de France, II, [Feudal Families of France], 1991, 200 tables, 200 DM, ISBN 3-465-02735-3. No documentation section, additions, or corrections. Also, has an index to the other volumes. I am not sure if it covers vol. 12, but I do not think it does. Vol. 15, La Bourgogne au Moyen Age, [Burgundy of the Middle Ages], 1993, 202 tables, 200 DM, ISBN 3-465-02738-8. I have not yet seen this volume. Vol. 16, Bayern und Franken, [Bavaria and Franconia], 1995, 163 tables, 240 DM, ISBN 3-465-02741-8. I have not yet seen this volume. Vol. 17, Hessen und das Stammesherzogtum Sachsen [Hesse and the Duchy of Saxony Origins], 1998, 163 tables, 240 DM, ISBN 3-465-02983-6. I have not yet seen this volume. This is really part of the new fourth series. Vol. 18, Zwischen Maas und Rhein [Between the Meuse and Rhine Rivers], 1998, 160 tables, 240 DM, ISBN 3-465-02757-4. I have not yet seen this volume. This is really part of the new fourth series. Vol. 19, Zwischen Weser und Oder [Between the Weser and Oder Rivers], to be published in July 2000, 165 tables, DM 240, ISBN 3-465-03074-5. This is really part of the new fourth series.
Link:   http://habitant.org/tools/esnotes.htm
5. Title:   Die Nachkommen Karls des Grossen (I-XIV Generation)
Note:   Source: Bibliography for Research in British and Continental Royal and
Publication:   Leipzig: Zentralstelle f�ur Deutsche Personen-und Familiengeschichte, 1935 (reprinted 1964).
Author:   Brandenburg, Erich
Note continued:   Noble Lineages and Heraldry <http://book-smith.tripod.com/book-4.html> | {The Descendants of Charles the Great.} A standard, highly-regarded source for Carolingian descents, with comparatively easy-to-use charts . . . if you can read the Fraktur typeface. The layout is clean and well designed, with all the text notes gathered in one section at the back. An essential reference tool.
6. Title:   Roglo Genealogical Database
Note:   Source: Roglo Database. | The database "roglo" holds 220,130 persons, including royal families of Europe from the 6th century to the present... <p> Warning! Warning! This data base is not a reference; the information are given here without guarantee; think to check with other sources. <p> The author said that he was not a genealogist and gathered data from many sources without trying to have reliable data. His fun is to work on the genealogy software, not to build the database. <p> One of his sources is Manuel Abranches do Soveral, a very good Portuguese genealogist.
Publication:   <http://pauillac.inria.fr/~ddr/gene.en.html>
Author:   Daniel de Rauglaudre <daniel.de_rauglaudre@inria.fr?subject=Genealogy site>
7. Title:   Die Nachkommen Karls des Grossen (I-XIV Generation)
Note:   Source: Bibliography for Research in British and Continental Royal and
Publication:   Leipzig: Zentralstelle f�ur Deutsche Personen-und Familiengeschichte, 1935 (reprinted 1964).
Author:   Brandenburg, Erich
Note continued:   Noble Lineages and Heraldry <http://book-smith.tripod.com/book-4.html> | {The Descendants of Charles the Great.} A standard, highly-regarded source for Carolingian descents, with comparatively easy-to-use charts . . . if you can read the Fraktur typeface. The layout is clean and well designed, with all the text notes gathered in one section at the back. An essential reference tool.



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