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Two new castle-calendars 2018

Two new castle-calendars 2018

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Calendars 2018


Vieren Estate

Owners before 1945:


1675-1872

von der Lühe

1704

Adolph Friedrich von der Lühe (see Zarnewanz, Stormstorf)

1751

Eggert Augustin von der Lühe (see Zarnewanz, Stormstorf)

(1781)-1819

August Eggert von der Lühe (see Zarnewanz, Stormstorf, Redderstorf)

1819-1833

Friedrich Carl Heinrich von der Lühe (see Zarnewanz, Stormstorf)

1833-1851

von der Lühe brothers (see Zarnewanz, Stormstorf, Redderstorf)

1851-1872

Chamberlain and Master of the Horse Adolf Friedrich von der Lühe (see Zarnewanz)

1872-1911

Heinrich Ludwig Graf [Count] von Bassewitz (see Zarnewanz, Gnewitz, Repnitz, Vietow)

1911-1926

State Counsellor (Ret.) David Graf [Count] von Bassewitz (see Zarnewanz, Gnewitz, Barkvieren)

1927

Culture and Settlement Corporation of German Farmers in Schwerin

Along with Zarnewanz, Gnewitz, and Barkvieren, Vieren was divided up.  Fifty-two new settlers’ homesteads were erected on the open land of the Vieren and Zarnewanz properties in 1936.


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