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Contents

INDEX:

Forewords...... more

Preface..... more

Killed and missed People in World War I and II..... more

Map of Review..... more

Aerophotos... more

Part I:  The History of the Village

1.1       Early History

1.1.1.   Name and first Mention by Karl Schäfer

1.1.2.   Picture Map ( Jost Moers , partly)

1.1.3.   Remarks concerning the older History

1.1.4.   “Sal”- Books and Tax Registers

1.1.5.   Early Modern Times (Tax Registers + Community

             Bills)

1.1.6.   The special Importance of the Treise Family

1.1.7. The Treaty of Partitition Nollen – Wüstegut

(= estate,given up and being waste and out of order)

( Clement)

1.2.    Clerical Membership

1.2.1. Branch Communities, Public Charges, Pews,

           Way

1.2.2. List of Collection

1.2.3. Buying a Church Bell

1.2.4. The Churchyard

1.2.5. The School Building as Service Room

1.2.6. Confirmation

1.2.7. The Church in Bömighausen

1.2.8. The Inauguration of the new Church Windows

1.3.     School in Bömighausen

1.3.1. In General

1.3.2. The Teachers

1.3.3. Numbers of Pupils

1.3.4. The Building

1.3.5. Teachers´  Salaries

1.3.6. Teachers´  Conferences

1.3.7. School Reports

1.3.8. School Pictures

1.4.     The Village

1.4.1.  Marriage Contract

1.4.2.  Plan of the Boundary

1.4.3. “Schnadezüge”   (= a yearly Walk round the

            Territory to control the Landmarks )

1.4.4.   Judges, Mayors, Magistrates

1.4.5.   Numbers of Inhabitants

1.4.6.   Inscriptions on Houses

1.4.7.   Emigration Applications from Bömighausen

1.4.8.   Extension of the Village

1.4.9.   New Building Areas

1.4.10. Lake Bömighausen

1.4.11. Waterpipes, Railway, Streets

1.4.12. The first Removal of Garbage

1.4.13. About the Bakehouses in the Village

1.4.14. About the Beginning of Motorization

1.4.15. The first Car in the Uplands

1.4.16. The Indoor Swimming  - Bath (built 1969 – 70)

1.4.17. The Community House

1.4.18. The “Our Village ought to become prettier” - (Competition between Villages)

1.4.19. The Playground

1.4.20. The oldest House

1.4.21. Ancient Houses

1.4.22. Village Sights

1.4.23. Houses which do not exist any more (from 1940)

1.5.    Folklore

1.5.1. The Painter “August von der Embde”

1.5.2. The “Bäumekissen Dräumekäuze” (means

             roughly: “ Dreaming Screech-Owls”) of  Bömighausen”

1.5.3. Tales of „Emde – Hagen“

1.5.4. “Jürgensmann” Anecdotes 

1.5.5. Customs (Easter – Fire, New Year Singing, Roasting Potatoes)

1.5.6. Occurrences

1.6.    Unions (Associations)

1.6.1. The Rifle Association

1.6.2. The Amateur Actors´ Group

1.6.3. The Choral Society and the Singing Circle

1.6.4. The Firefighters

1.6.5. The Rural Riding and Driving Union

1.6.6. The Tourist Bureau

1.6.7. The Manual Work Club “Quick Needle”…

1.6.8. The Red Cross ( Hans Bärenfänger )

1.7.   Bömighausen`s Appearance in Press

1.8.   Geology and Mining

1.8.1.Review

1.8.2.Manganese Mining

1.9    Agriculture and Forestry

1.9.1. The Forests round Bömighausen…

1.9.2. Coal Deposits (Karl Schäfer)

1.9.3. Agriculture

1.9.4. Harvesting and Threshing

1.10.    Nature and Hunting

1.10.1. Birds being found in the Area of Bömighausen  (Bernd Hannover)

1.10.2. Colourful Jugglers in the Air

1.10.3. Helmut Ulrich and “his” Steep Slope In the Pre- Uplands

1.11.   Bad Times

1.11.1. World War I

1.11.2. The Time between the Wars

1.11.3. World War II

1.11.4. Fugitives and Homeless People

1.11.5. The Time after the War

1.12.  Ways of Living: From ancient Books

1.12.1. Professions

1.12.2. The Mill (Karl Schäfer)

1.12.3. The Dairy

1.12.4. The Brickyard

1.12.5. The Post Office

1.12.6. The Forge

1.12.7. The Shoemaker

1.12.8. Tourists

1.12.9. A Look into a Trade House (Schäfers)

1.12.10.About the Large-Scale Consumer – Service Römer

2. Family – and Village Names – Index

Part II: History of Families

1. Family Data

2. Names and Place – Register

Part III: Register

1. Abbreviations and Explanations

2. Mention of Sources

3. Literature – Index

4. List of the Waldeccian Local Genealogical Books (WOB)

5. Personal Additions

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