Hann. Muenden -
The Owners 1730 - 1900
|Included in the registers of
1730 and 1770 were the eventual trade and commerce activities of the tax payers - whether
a tax payer operated a guest house or pub, or was in the possession of a big 6-8 foot boat
or just a small one between 3-5 feet or just one for traversing the rivers, or
whether he earned his living as a craftsman or other activities.
From these records we have detailed insight into the occupations of the house owners of the 18th century.
The spelling of names in the entries of the various registers varied relatively often (f-ff, k-ck, d-dt, oe-ö, n-nn). When it was obvious that the one and same person was meant, the most recent spelling was taken.
Abbreviations such as Hrch., Chrn., Chrph., Joh. and so on were
often used especially in the register of 1820.
|A||B - Bat||Bau - Bet|
|Beu - Bis||Ble - Bor||Bra - But|
|Fa - Fo||Fra - Fu||Ga - Go|
|Gr - Gu||Ha - Hap||Har - Hei|
|Hel - Hey||Hi -Ho||Hu|
|I||J||Ka - Kh|
|Ki - Koen||Koer - Kru||Ku|
|La - Li||Lo||Lu|
|Ma - Meu||Mey - Muelk||Muell - Mutz|
|Q||Ra - Reu||Ri - Ru|
|Sa - Se||Si - Sp||Su - Sz|
|Scha - Schi||Schl - Schra||Schre - Schw|
|V||Wa - Wen||Wer - Win|
|Wis - Wr||Wu||Z|
|It was not the purpose of this project to publish the information
contained in the registers word for word. The goal was more to clarify which house was
which in the various public records.
The date (year) in some entries of the register were missing. If this date could not be interpolated from the other entries (purchase or sale of properties and so on) then the date of the precedeing entry was used.
|© 1998 Rudolf Wegner|
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