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  1. A cowboy and occasional dealer in real estate, James Ealy is a tall, brawny man with the famous nose, ears and chin of the Johnson family and a face that is creased and browned by the sun and wind...

  2. 02/05/2022 · Immigrants in Texas." Count Carl Castell was elected Executive Secretary, and Count Leningen, President. Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels was appointed Commissioner to coordinate and administer the organization's activities in Texas. Although the Adelsverein structure was set up with a profit motive, its stated purpose for existence was

  3. 05/05/2022 · JO Ranch – Texas Agricultural Land Trust JO Ranch Teresa Ohlrich Johnson’s love for the land near New Braunfels that has been in her family for generations runs deep. Her ancestors were among the German settlers who traveled with Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels on a journey to settle immigrants in the heart of Texas in 1845.

  4. hace 5 días · Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels (1812–1875), established colonies of German immigrants in Texas Henri Castro (1786–1865), Jewish empresario William Leslie Cazneau (1807–1876), pioneer Jesse Chisholm (1806–1868), Indian trader, guide, interpreter, namesake of Chisholm Trail Jao de la Porta ( fl. 1810s), trader, financed settlement of Galveston Island

  5. 04/05/2022 · Established in 1845 by Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels, Germany, this historic city is richly steeped in Germanic culture. Visitors and residents enjoy celebrations such as Wurstfest and Wassailfest.

  6. New Braunfels was founded by Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels on March 21, 1845. On May 15, 1845, Prince Solms left for Germany and turned the leadership of the settlement over to Meusebach. Fredericksburg Further information: History of Fredericksburg, Texas and Friedrich Armand Strubberg

  7. www.nettyroyal.nl › various-travel › royal-the-hagueRoyal The Hague – NettyRoyal

    13/05/2022 · In 1625 Prince Frederik Hendrik of Orange married Amalia zu Solms-Braunfels at the church. Originally the church was a monastery, the money to buy the land was a gift from Duke Albrecht of Bavaria, who among others ruled the county of Holland at the time (late 14th century).