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IV.6.A. The royal secret chamber clerk and the Cashier

Christian Hutsteiner, the royal court cashier in Dresden became the royal chamber clerk at the court of Dresden in 1733. He never was married.             His nephew Christian Huthsteiner, recorded as Huthsteiner jun. once, the travel cashier for the court in Warsaw, was appointed Royal Cashier at the court in Dresden in December 1747. It seems that he most of the time had been in Warsaw or travelling, because some […]... Read More

I.1.B. Double trouble couples

Yes, our family name is not so common as we probably would like to be. In fact we have two regions on earth where it was spread common but nowadays it is extinct or will become extinct soon. Nevertheless there had been already couples of two Hutstein-family members who got acquainted to each other, double trouble couples: Johann Evangelist Hutsteiner married Catharina Hutsteiner Ludmilla Hutstein married Franz Xaver Hutstein Needless to say, that the couples […]... Read More
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IV.6.D. The town clerk

Johann Christian Huthsteiner was town clerk in Ortrand. Town clerks contributed significantly to the development and expansion of the administrative structures of Saxon cities. Her field of activity included a variety of tasks. Among other things, they were involved in drawing up the storey register or they created the city’s account books. Her office also provided for the representation of the city in foreign affairs or the representation of the citizens in disputes. In addition […]... Read More