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Rudolf des Bois : Une saga alsacienne ou huit siècles d'aventures familiales celto-romano-helvetico-allemanno-franco-germano-alsaciennes

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French
[S.l.] : FPB, 1998
79 f. : ill., armoiries, cartes

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Bibliographie: p. 69-79.

Histoire ancienne de l'Europe et ensuite histoire de la Suisse, origine du patronyme Buser, qui commence avec Rodolphe de Bus des Bois, né vers 1230 près de Rheinfelden, Suisse. Le village de Bus est devenu Buss, Suisse. Jakob Buser, né en 1641 à Rümlingen, Suisse, immigra à Sundhoffen, Haut-Rhin, France, en 1670, où il épousa en 1671 Ursula Wenniger. Comprend l'histoire de la vie en Alsace à cette époque.

Early history of Europe and later of Switzerland where the Buser name originates with Rudolf von Bus usser Walde (Rudolf from Bus of the Woods), born about 1230 near Rheinfelden, Switzerland. The town, Bus, later became Buus, Switzerland. Jakob Buser, born in 1641 in Rümlingen, Switzerland, immigrated to Sundhoffen, Haut-Rhin, France in 1670, where he married Ursula Wenniger in 1671 . Includes the history of life in Alsace at that period.

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