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Local heritage book Neuenkirchen

Neuenkirchen at one time belonged to the old county of Rothenburg (as did Schneverdingen and Wolterdingen). At the formation of the German rural counties (Landkreis) in the second half of the 19th century, these three parishes came to belong to Kreis Soltau, which about a hundred years thereafter was combined with Kreis Fallingbostel. The church at Neuenkirchen bears the name St. Anna.

The oldest churchbooks were destroyed in a fire in 1728, but they are available from the year 1729 with no breaks. In addition, the State Archive at Stade does have duplicates ('Kirchennebenbücher') for 1715-1726 and a transcription of the baptism and marriage register for 1700 (in another document).

One regrettable peculiarity noticable in the years 1735-1775 is the bleeding through of ink which also applies to the duplicates during these years. Many of these pages have an almost totally dark brown appearance, and one can often make out the writing only at the very edges of the page.

The following places belonged to the parish of Neuenkirchen before 1900:
Behningen
Behningerholz
Brochdorf
Bruch
Delmsen
Gilmerdingen
Grauen
Hartböhn
Hertel
Holtmannshof
Ilhorn
Jerusalem
Kempen
Krögerei
Leverdingen
Limbeck
Molkenreith
Moor
Nersum
Neuenkirchen
Platenkamp
Rutenmühlen
Schwalingen
Siek
Steinberg
Tewel

Translated by Christopher Wolter


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For further information concerning these data and, if you have additions, corrections or questions, please contact:
Michael Brüggemann