Adelshofen (75031 Eppingen), Baden-Württemberg, GermanyEdit This Page
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Adelshofen is a village in the Kraichgau region of southwest Germany. It was annexed by 75031 Eppingen on 1 Jul 1971. Adelshofen was first mentioned as Otolshoven in 1287. In the 18th century it was owned by the Neipperg family, a German noble family. In 1806 it was incorporated into the Grand Duchy of Baden. The Grand Duchy of Baden was formed in 1806 as an independent country. It joined the German Empire in 1871. As part of Germany it remained a Grand Duchy until 1918, the end of World War I.
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Church Book Duplicates
Adelshofen Church Book duplicates [Standesregister] for the years 1808-1870
Germany, Baden, Church Book Duplicates, 1810-1869
While the church book duplicates for Adelshofen have not been indexed by FamilySearch as of 14 Mar 2014, they are part of that collection and this link takes one to a description of the records with a link to search the records that have been indexed to date.
Burgert, Annette Kunselman. Eighteenth Century Emigrants from German-Speaking Lands to North America, Volume I: The Northern Kraigau. Publications of The Pennsylvania German Society, vol. XVI. Breinigsville, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania German Society, 1983.
- Burgert's book includes the names of emigrants from Adelshofen.
- Cast's book includes a short history of the German noble family Neipperg.
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