Fargel (Hamelin family)
The von Fargel family presumably comes from the town of Groß-Vargula near Langensalza . The Fargel's rich heritage, acquired more than three centuries ago, was lost in the Thirty Years War . Nevertheless, the family is still one of the most respected citizens of the city of Hameln to this day.
- The oldest known representative of the Hamelin family was the later bailiff, clerk and court judge Johann von Fargel († July 1560).
- Elisabeth Margarete Fargel married in since the mid-17th century in Hannover detectable Family Brauns : You married the artistic and commercial gardener Friedrich Ludwig Braun's working there, who "in the so-called Moore" around 1800 the largest market garden of Hanover established, which in the 19th century under the name of Gebrüder Brauns which soon developed into the largest commercial gardening company in northern Germany.
- Christine Wulf: DI 28, Hameln, No. 39 , explanation of the first family members on the occasion of the description of an inscription in the museum on the website of the German inscriptions online
- Christine Wulf: The inscriptions of the city of Hameln (= The German inscriptions / Göttinger series , Vol. 4), Wiesbaden: Reichert, 1989, ISBN 978-3-88226-462-3 and ISBN 3-88226-462-4 , here: p. 25; limited preview in Google Book search
- Wilma Norkus-Bünte: Wilhelm Bünte. A musical life , in: Hannoversche Geschichtsblätter , New Episode 26 (1972), Issue 1/2, pp. 99–118; here: p. 103ff .; limited preview in Google Book search
- Christine Wulf: DI 28, Hameln, No. 39 on the page of the German inscriptions online
- Ludwig Hoerner : in the other : Agents, Bader and Copisten. Hannoversches Gewerbe-ABC 1800–1900 . Ed .: Hannoversche Volksbank , Reichold, Hannover 1995, ISBN 3-930459-09-4 , pp. 35, 261f .; limited preview in Google Book search
- Helmut Zimmermann : The street names of the state capital Hanover . Hahnsche Buchhandlung Verlag, Hanover 1992, ISBN 3-7752-6120-6 , pp. 29, 79, 161, 180, v. a. P. 247