ⓘ Bossong

                                     

ⓘ Bossong

The Bossong family is of Frankish origin. This is neither Teutonic nor French, but a separate race, almost extinct today.

When William the Conqueror of Normandy invaded England in 1066, in the early variations of the name were in his invading army. For his services in the conquest of England, they were awarded large estates in County Norfolk where the family may still be found.

They were likely Huguenots or Walloons as records indicate they fled Catholic persecutions during the 16th and 17th centuries. In 1572 the family suffered from the persecution of many families and refused to accept the doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church. To avoid this persecution, many families left the domains of the French king and fled to County Kent England and Holland.

In the second half of the 17th century, those who remained in France suffered persecution and fled.

Genealogical researcher Heinrich Herzog notes that the names can be found in the Habsburg countries with low level. During the Thirty years war, Lambrecht Wallonians ran in 1621, in connection with the approaching Spanish soldiers, for example, in Bergzabern, a small town that belonged to the neutral Duchy of Palatinate-zweibrücken. In 1635, they again escaped from the Imperial troops choosing annweiler am trifels and Bischweiler in Alsace, both of which belonged to Palatinate-Zweibrucken, Hanau-on-main, and perhaps Malmedy. In the first three places, the media identified Botzon name. Starting in 1640-ies, Johann Botzon often referred to in the minutes of the Council of the city of Kaiserslautern.

In the Bossong surname exists in and around Kaiserslautern, in Rhineland-Palatinate over the last few hundred years. The earliest known led a person with the surname Bossong was Johann Agidius Bossong, who was born about 1642 in Schallodenbach.

                                     
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