These inheritable farms (Erbhof) sometimes include pages of the Grundbücher. Click on the links below to view the books. Because the church books did not survive, these are vital substitutes. Der Erbhof Nr 1 Bd. I Bl. 2 zu Rarfin (Martin Friedrich Elert, Otto Elert)26/142/0/2/1929 Der Erbhof Nr. 1 Bd. I Bl. 2 zu Rarfin […]

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This is the first volume of the Grundbücher for Vorwerk in Kreis Belgard. I have a personal interest in this village, as church records indicated that my 4th great-uncle was born there to a herding family in 1829. This complements the surviving church book and may provide more expansive information on the residents. Grundbuch von […]

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These files are the inheritable farms in Klein Rambin. This collection appears to be somewhat fragmentary. One of them contains pages from the first volume of the Grundbücher. Erbhofakten betr. den Erbhof Nr. 2 Bd. I Bl. 3 und 35 zu Klein Rambin (1931-1942) Erbhofakten betr. den Erbhof Nr. 3 Bd. II Bl. 24 zu […]

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This document covers colonists on the forest plots of land in Pustchow, Kreis Belgard. This short file is from 1844 and contains the detachment and inheritable contracts of this Grundstück. Names that appear in these pages: Gottfried Piske and Gabriel Franz. Kolonisten auf den Forstgrundstücken zu Pustchow

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These books document the history of Belgard from the middle of the 1700s. In terms of land records, these are some of the earliest I’ve seen that show owners dating back this far. Those familiar with the surviving church books from Belgard Stadt will be happy to see a continuation of names, possibly going one […]

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This is the first volume of the Grundbücher for Parsow in Kreis Köslin. Because the church books for Körlin, to which Parsow belonged, no longer exist except in fragmentary form, this book is a valuable resource to understanding who the early landowners were in the village. Grundbuch von dem Parsow Band I Blatt Nr. 1 […]

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While researching a clue to my family’s history, I stumbled upon a book that included names from Nelep and ordered it from the Koszalin Archives. Little did I know that the books in this series contain the names of all of the owners from the Grundbücher, including those that have been lost. Although little detail […]

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