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Deutsch: Unterlagen zur Militärlaufbahn und Familie des Königlich Preußischen Generalmajors Georg von Rode. Recherchiert von Rolf Postel, Neumünster.
Rode (1803).
Ein aus Dessau stammendes Geschlecht, dessen Stammreihe mit Johann August Rode, * 1695, † 1773, Fstl. anhalt-dessau. Hof- und Amtsrat, beginnt. - Preuß. Adelsstand Berlin 16.10.1803 (für seinen Sohn August Rohde, Fstl. anhalt-dessau. KabRat).
W. (1803): in G. ein mit 3 r. Rosen bel. s. Schrägbalken; Adelskr. [Wappenschild gepunktet: gepunktet bedeutet in schwarz / weiß = goldene Farbe]
DGB 40 (1923), S. 266 - Ahnenreihen aus allen deutschen Gauen 2
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Author DGB 40 (1923), S. 266 - Ahnenreihen aus allen deutschen Gauen 2 --- Wappenabbildung: Siebmacher's Wappenbuch, Band 14, 1973, von Rode, Seite 328, Tafel 382.
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