Populationmovement of the hessian villages Burkhard and Kaulstoss, 1630 to 1930.
- Richter, Brigitte
- Historical Studies Data
AbstractThis study deals with the population development of two neighbouring farmer villages in a southern region called ‘Vogelsberg’ in upper Hesse, Germany. These villages are Burkhard and Kaulstoss. The sources of this work are church registres, chirch chronicles and the villages’ archive. The focus of consideration is the population movement, including aspects like number of inhabitants, marriage, birth, infant mortality and cases of death. Topics: Data Tables in HISTAT: 1. number of inhabitants in Burkhard and Kaulstoss, absolute (1630-1933) 2. population development in Burkhard and Kaulstoss, absolute (1660-1930) 3. population development in Burkhard and Kaulstoss, ration (1660-1930) 4. population development of the villages compared to the German Empire’s average, ratio (1850-1930) 5. infant mortality of the villages compared to the German Empire’s average, ration (1740-1930) 6. deaths of the villages compard to the German Empire’s average ration (1740-1930) 7. ratio of male and female birth, ration of deaths (1650-1930) 8. Number of children born out of wedlock, ration (1660-1930)
1630 / 1930
Historical German lands (-1871) (DQDE)
German Reich (1871-1945) (DXDE)
Two villages of Upper Hesse: Burkhard and Kaulstoss
Number of Units: 300
Number of Variables: 47
- ZA8337 (Type: ZA-No.)
Richter, Brigitte, 1936: Burkhards und Kaulstoß, zwei oberhessische Dörfer. Jena: Gustav Fischer.
Update Metadata: 2021-04-07 | Issue Number: 86 | Registration Date: 2010-07-23