"The table of contents (p 22) and the conclusion, together with the explanation of abbreviations (pp 23 and 24) are recommended for special attention."
Pedigree of the WIBEL/WIEBEL family, traced back to the earliest recorded ancestor in Bohemia (now in Czechoslovakia) in the fifteenth century. Descendants settled in Saxony, Thuringia, and Bavaria.
Marlene BRENNAN of Queensland obtained a copy (see archived message, July 2006) from the Augsburg city archives, and scanned it to PDF. She offers it here for the benefit of anyone working on WIBEL, WIEBEL or related families.
PDF sections: |
part 1, pages 1 ~ 10 | part 2, pages 11 ~ 20 | part 3, pages 21 ~ 24
TRANSLATIONS: if anyone is able to provide an English translation of the text, I will post it here. Until then, you can pretty well read the charts and names, and figure out the vital dates.
There are several on-line free translators, which do a fair job if you type in all the special characters from the German text.
Dictionary.com translator | Google Translate (beta)
if you have additional information.
Mike Ransom, February 2008