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You can now read a report about Pastor Axthelm, his ministry in the Eckartsberga parish and the old pulpit in the Eckartsberga church HERE in the family stories.
Now online is the newspaper article from the newspaper “Thüringer Allgemeine” about the Axthelm Sippentreffen in Ostramondra-Rettgenstedt on May 21, 2016 with the inauguration of the restored old clan monument.
In an article of 1988, German newspaper DIE ZEIT reported about Lena Louise Axthelm, who was a cook of German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Here you can read everything about her attempt to make the delicacy Thuringian dumplings palatable … Continue reading
On the website you can now find a newspaper article from the year Jahr 1939 concerning the first big clan meeting and the old Axthelm memorial stone under the Luther linden tree in Ostramondra, Germany.
In the future family stories will be published on this website, that’s why you can find a new category at the menu on top. We begin with the backgrounds of the Bavarian noble line “von Axthelm”.
Now there are signet rings available for proud family members 🙂
2nd Research Report” width=”400″ height=”111″ />The next research report is now online at the Family Chronicle section. It is about the origin of the name Axthelm. Thanks a lot to Fred Axthelm for the help with translating. […] It is clear from all … Continue reading
Hello dear Axhelms, the last few weeks have been quiet on the website. But don’t worry, that’s because we’ve prepared the following new pages for you: 3rd research report: Heraldic foundations of the coats of arms 4th research report: Genesis … Continue reading
Hello everyone, at the page family chronicle you can now access the first research report by Heinz Axthelm of 1938: “How a legend in family history comes about.” Thanks to Dietmar Axthelm for typing the German text and Christopher Axthelm … Continue reading
… or: What should our Axthelm Clan website look like? You will find answers to these questions at the Family Chronicle page from now on. Enjoy reading 🙂