Here is history of Bobolice from their official website.http://www.bobolice.pl/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&s id=3
The name Bublitz has been recorded officially on 17/04/1320 when they were awarded the town status for the first time.
Although not stricte Polish (there's more history involved) it wasn't also German however, because of its growth as a town, Germans moved to the area.
West Pomerania, where is Bobolice, became part of Brandenburgia (German Principality) in 1648.
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And flag and coat of arms of Bobolice from Wikihttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobolice
Currently it's a small town/village.
Plus one more detail:
West Pomerania, where is Bobolice, became part of Brandenburgia (German Principality) in 1648. There is also a history of Jewish community in Bobolice. After the first partition in Poland Prussian king (Fryderyk II) removed 7000 Jews from the region to Poland. The number of Jewish families in Bobolice dropped from around 25 to 6.
Also, another interesting fact from the document below, in 1812 Germans became something what could be called 'Jewish germanisation'. Meaning, they would get the same citizen rights as German citizen IF they change their surnames and names to German, start speaking German and change the clothing/way they dressed to 'European' and had to convert to a christian faith in some cases.
The mass migration, mainly to Germany and both AMericas, from Bobolice and area peaked mid 19th century
These details you'll find here: bobolice.pl/zydzi.pd
Hi, my name is Werner Bublitz. !'m born in Pommern. In the City of Bublitz there is an old castle. That's where my ancesters come from. We also have aBublitz coat of arms.
In Bobolice Pomerania there's no castle currently. There is an indication that something was there because it was marked on the 'Lubinus Map' from 1618 but no more details regarding it. The map is exhibited in Braunshweig's Palace in Kolobrzeg.
Owners of Bobolice in XV-XVI century were changing frequently. The village belonged to knighted families of von Massow, Eberstein, Lode i Puttkamer.
However, in the area there are 16 smaller palaces (not in Bobolice) with four of them being listed buildings.
There is a castle in another Bobolice, in Silesia region (south Poland) - http://www.zamkipolskie.com/bobol/bobol.html