Lower Saxony in the west and Saxony in the east. During the 2nd and 3rd centuries, this territory was a kingdom of the Germanic Hermunderen, but the Franks and the Saxons conquered the land in the mid-6th century. Thuringia was brought under the rule of Franconian counts by Charles Martel and Charlemagne founded the Thuringian Mark in 804 as a defensive region against the Slavs. Thuringia's history has been closely associated with Saxony's. In the late 15th century, Thuringia was divided in to four main principalities: Sachsen-Weimar, Sachsen-Altenburg, Sachsen-Coburg, and Sachsen-Meiningen. Thuringia retained its independent status until it became a part of the German Empire after the Unification of 1871.
Early Origins of the Beulwittz family
local social and political affairs. Chronicles suggest that the original founders of this great family themselves stemmed from ancient Serbian tribes who moved into the area before the 10th century. The ancestral manor was named Beulwitz, and it stood on the banks of the Salle river near Saalfeld in the heart of the Thuringian forest.
Early History of the Beulwittz family
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Beulwittz Spelling Variations
Spelling variations of this family name include: Beulewitz, Beullwitz, Beulwittz, Beullewitz, Bullewitz, Bulwitz, Belwitz, Bielwitz and many more.
Early Notables of the Beulwittz family (pre 1700)
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Migration of the Beulwittz family to the New World and Oceana
Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: members of the family who settled on the eastern Atlantic seaboard in the 19th century.
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