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Local heritage book Strümpfelbach

In Strümpfelbach parish register begin already on July 14th 1558, marriage books on March 12th 1565 and the books of the dead on April 24 th 1583. The Archives of the Evangelical Church in Stuttgart-Möhringen provided microfilmed baptismal records up to May 1st 1890. marriage books to Dec. 19th 1878 and books of the dead to Nov. 29th 1938. In addition, the Archives copied the family register No. 3-987 on a CD, which includes the period from about 1750 (individual data) to 1870. Due to the amendment of civil status laws (PStG) the Archives of Weinstadt got Birth Main Register from 1876 to 1898, Marriage Main Register from 1876 to 1928 and Mortality Main Register from 1876 to 1972. These data have been included in this new Local Heritage Book. In October 2011, the archive directory was given a burial register, which was created in 1959 and were transferred from the registry office Weinstadt to a database in 2008. It contains approximately 1400 names of citizens born in Strümpfelbach partly on from the time of 1850. From other stocks of local news archive could derive names from the victims of wars to be planned in a printed version later adopted as special catalogue.
Relatively large amount of data could be obtained from public lists, the message files, the files of the house controlled economy after the lost war and other documents available in the city archives. Some examples of these events that have been obtained from other documents are filled in to the families in a shortened way. (Sources were each called there, so that no further source directory should be created)
The local chronicler, head teacher and honorary citizen Sophie Weishaar from Strümpfelbach had numerous manuscript leaves left after her death in her estate to the city archives. She wanted to produce a Family Book by the Walter-Verlag, but her numerous handouts are very confusing and incomplete. In older local families often only lists of births, deaths and marriages were available, without missing representation of relationships, women and children who died early or have no data.

The baptisms and births are not represented differently in this production. Even deaths and burials are not distinguished in general. The names of places have been aligned as far as possible to current names, which omitted renaming after the municipal reform (eg. Stetten in Remstal is not changed in Kernen, Grunbach not called Remshalden, however, the later in the city of Stuttgart affiliated suburbs listed with the new name, even though they were still independent municipalities (eg. Untertürkheim as Stuttgart-Untertürkheim, Münster were designated as Stuttgart-Münster).
Thanksgiving to the country church archive that has provided me with two CDs with the digitised church records, to Dr. Breyvogel who has allowed me generously the use of the municipal archives of Weinstadt, to the Protestant parish pastor Kaschler in Weinstadt-Strümpfelbach, to the employees in the local city hall of Weinstadt-Beutelsbach, the other family researchers in the area, Martin Goll from Beutelsbach and Martin Klopfer from Endersbach, and the ladies and gentlemen of the IDLER clan association and contributions of families of HEUBACH and WILHELM. The group of employees and family heraldry in the Foundation Social Work of the German Railway I would like to thank especially. I am a founding member of this group, where I learned my basics.
To Emblem: The Strümpfelbach village, located in a tributary of the Rems, with numerous listed half-timbered buildings and remarkable excellent vineyards, had no crest, just an old stain mark. The coat of arms shown here was approved at 1935.

 


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Pfeil Federal State Baden-Württemberg
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Pfeil Strümpfelbach in the Genealogical Place Register GOV
Pfeil Strümpfelbach in Wikipedia
Pfeil Geographical Location, City map Strümpfelbach
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For further information concerning these data and, if you have additions, corrections or questions, please contact:
Dietrich Paulini