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Herman Poitz

Herman Poitz

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  • Name Herman Poitz  
    Born 1380  Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Deutschland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I6289  Spinder
    Last Modified 30 Aug 2014 

    +1. Marcus Smedh (Creutz),   b. 1410, Südlohn, Borken, NRW, Deutschland Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Nils Hermansson Poitz,   d. 1494, Suomi (Finland) Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Matias Hermansson Poitz,   d. 1452
    Last Modified 30 Aug 2014 
    Family ID F1895  Group Sheet

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    • About Herman Poitz

      Herman arrived from Pomerania. He was living in 1463 (according to old genealogical tables). -------------------- Creutz

      The family of origin

      The old nobility. King Erik XIV renewed the nobility v. 1569. Introduced to the Swedish House of Nobility years. 1,625 number 96 for both the family surviving male members were given a free lord of the value 06/05/1654 and was introduced to number 48 Creutz vapaaherrallinen family still lives in Sweden, and one branch of the family still lives in the Netherlands. Councillor, Baron Johan Creutz, who was 12/31/1719 Count's title, descended from the still living family of the count Creutz, which was introduced in Sweden and number 68 at Finnish House of Nobility years. 1,818 the number 1.

      Medieval families Creutz, Poitz and sciences, who lived in the same parish, and were closely related, probably Poitz and Creutz father's side of the same strain lineages, seem to have inherited from each other aateliskirjat and symbols.