Guild of One-Name Studies
One-name studies, Genealogy
Variants: Rothenbury, Rothnburgh
Category: 1 - A study where research using core genealogical datasets and transcriptions is in its early stages.
Contact: Mrs Susan Martin
This is a place holder for this One-Name Study profile page.
This study does not cover Rothenberg which is a separate name. However Rothenburg has sometimes in the past been written as Rothenberg, and sometimes vice versa. As far as possible I will try to establish the correct name.
Rothenburg is of course a German name, meaning red castle. Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a famous town, historic and picturesque. The Rothenburgs were an important noble family in medieval Germany and became Grand Dukes of hesse
Rothenberg means red mountain, and is the name of several places in Germany and was adopted particularly by Ashkenazic Jews.
The Rothenburgs were an important noble family in medieval Germany and became Grand Dukes of Hesse
Walter Rothenburg was an international boxing promoterin the years between World War 1 and World War II
Susan Rothenburg is a contemporary American artist
In the 1881 census the name occurred 31 times, and in 2002 according to the ONS database there were 56
(in comparison there were 18Rothenbergs in 1881 and 46 in 2002)
In 1881 most of the Rothenburgs were in the London area including the East London area which was in the county of Essex. There were also Rothenburgs in Hull
I have gathered most of the Rothenburg data for England which appear in the GRO births, marriages, and deaths; census returns; probate records; many baptism registers; criminal registers; military records; Newspaper reports from newspapers now available online.
Susan Martin firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope to have a dedicated Rothenburg website in the near future
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