Ottenstein, Bodenwerder, Bodenwerder

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GOV id http://gov.genealogy.net/object_275446
name
  • Ottenstein (deu)
  • Bodenwerder (deu)
  • Bodenwerder (fre)
type
  • canton (1807 - 1813)
Article about this place in the genealogy.net wiki
Geographic Position
  • 51.948°N 9.4582°E calculated center position of the place
  • Number of the German 1:25,000 map sheet: 4022

Superordinate objects

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 political administration
 ecclesiastical
 judical
 settlement
 geographic
 transportation

Superordinate objects

Superordinate objects

name Timespan type Source
Höxter, Hoexter (1807 - 1810) district Source
Rinteln, Rinteln (1810 - 1813) district Source

Subordinate objects

name type GOV-Id Timespan
Hehlen place HEHLENJO41RX (1807 - 1813)
Welse, Welsede village place WELEDE_W3251 (1810 - 1813)
Heinsen village place HEISENJO41RV (1807 - 1813)
Deetlevsen, Deitlevsen village place settlement DEISEN_W3251 (1810 - 1813)
Bodenwerder town BODDERJO41SX (1810 - 1813)
Lichtenhagen place LICGEN_W3251 (1807 - 1813)
Kirchohsen village place KIRSEN_W3254 (1810 - 1813)
Steinmühle settlement STEHLE_W3452 (1810 - 1813)
Hohe place HOHOHE_W3451 (1807 - 1813)
Grave village place GRAAVE_W3451 (1807 - 1813)
Polle Flecken POLLLEJO41QV (1810 - 1813)
Brevörde village place BRERDE_W3453 (1807 - 1813)
Kemnade village place KEMADE_W3452 (1807 - 1813)
Ottenstein Flecken OTTEINJO41RW (1807 - 1813)
Pegestorf village place PEGORF_W3452 (1810 - 1813)
Vahlbruch village place VAHUCH_W3453 (1810 - 1813)
Lüntorf village place LUNORF_W3251 (1810 - 1813)
Grohnde Flecken place GRONDEJO42RA (1807 - 1813)
Meyborssen, Meibossen, Meiborsen, Meiborßen, Meiborssen, Meiborsen, Meiborssen village place MEISEN_W3451 (1807 - 1813)

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object_275446
	gehört ab 1807 bis 1810 zu object_275327 says source_1191438,
	gehört ab 1810 bis 1813 zu object_275349 says source_1257584,
	heißt  (auf deu) Bodenwerder,
	heißt  (auf deu) Ottenstein,
	heißt  (auf fre) Bodenwerder,
	ist ab 1807 bis 1813 (auf deu) Kanton;
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