Roemmich / Remig Articles and Books on family in Neustadt a. d. Haardt and Edenkoben / Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany in 1600 to 1806
Last Updated: 11 March 2002
|I'd like to thank many people for the information
written in German from German records and artciles on the Roemich /
Roemmich / Roemig family.
First one is Rosemarie Dunkel, who copied and translated all the Edenkoben records for me.
Next, I extend my graditude to Rev. Hans Kudy who gave mis family tree [three of them connected to the Roemmich family of Edenkoben] and then wrote in 1969 the book:
1200 kajre edenkoben.
Then along came:
Dr. Ursula Perkow,
Fachreferentin für Geschichte und Musikwissenschaft
Universitaetsbibliothek Heidelberg (the University of Heidelberg)
Postfach 105749, 69047 Heidelberg
Dr. Ursula Perkow sent me the following:
Die Beamtenfamilie Roemich
in Neustadt and der Haardt
im 16. and fruehen 17. Jahrhundert
by Hans and Hewig Thomas
DES HISTORISCHEN VEREINS
HERAUSGEGEBEN VON PAUL WARMBRUNN
VERLAG DES HISTORISCHEN VERINES DER PFALZ E.V.
MODERNE GESCHICHT UND POLITIK
HERAUGEGEBEN VON PROF. DER ANSLEM DOERING-MANNTEUFFEL, PROF. DR. UDO SAUTTER, UNIVERSITAET TUEBINGEN, PROF DR. ANDREAS WIRSCHING, UNIVESITAET AUGUBST
ETHNISCH ODER NATIONAL?
ASPEKTE DER RUSSLANDDEUTSCHEN
EMIGRATION IN DEUTSCHLAND
The second article is about Heinrich Roemmich, brother of Herman Roemmich, and his serives which gave him the highest award a German civilian could receive in is life time.
Recently, Gerhard Schaaf viewed my web site and sent me a lot of corrections plus his own family information. I do hope I have understood all his corrections. My German is so limited, it can be placed in a timble, so it's not his fault if I haven't set all of this in proper order. And, I thank him, again, for his patience. Gerhard has sent me Neudstadt Records which is in German, so, let's see if I get any of the new data correct. He, also, sent me the following:
Georg Lorenz Roemich
by Hans Thomas
I, also, need to acknowledge two of my supporters who have passed away and they were: (1) Herman Roemmich who wrote:
A Conflict of Three Cultures:
Germans from Russia in America, A History Of The Jacob Roemmich Family
and, Theodore C. Wenzlaff who wrote:
Pioneers On Two Continents,
The Ochsner-Griess History and Genealogy
(Edition One and Two)
Both men sent me a great deal of material in the early years and kept me going in the right directions.
There are many many more people who have helped me and some of them are listed on my
Last, but not least, I'd like to thank my mother, Lillian, nee Hein, Remmick, who gather family information which was the stepping stone I needed to begin my research and adventure back into time with my father's, Edwin Remmick's, family history.