Joachim Lambert was born on 28.1.1658 Born in Kyritz. Since the family had before him Lamprecht three carriers of the same name, He was Joachim IV. called. The Lamberts were among the oldest families of the city council detectable. As the old records were destroyed by the magistrate Kyritzer larger fires, it was in researching the history of the oldest local families rely almost exclusively on the church records. In the 2. Generation can be outside 3 Daughters (Anna, Ilsa und Barbara Lamprecht) two sons find. But as in the[...]
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Bernhard von Langenbeck was the 8. November 1810 Padingbüttel in the world, son of the pastor Georg Langenbeck (1766-1844) and his wife Johanna Elisabeth Charlotte Sussman. His grandfather was a pastor in Horneburg and married Marie Elisabeth von der Heyde. According to lore was his ancestor Henricus Langenbeck, Authorized representative of his sovereign in the peace negotiations 1648 in Munster. Of his siblings, brother George died young in Russia and his sister Elizabeth Anne (1812-1882) later became the wife of the district court counsel Gustav Keitel. The five from his marriage[...]
Born 14.8. 1455 Oppenheim. His father was the Palatine Marshal Wolf Dalberg (1426-1476) Johann von Dalberg in Erfurt studied philosophy and law in Pavia. 1480 He was provost of Worms, and Chancellor of the University of Heidelberg. At the 2.8. 1482 he was elected Bishop of Worms. His family, the youth, initial studies, his time as bishop, the last years of life and death are described in the following impressive work. He was one of the chosen few, have been honored with a marble bust in the Walhalla.
Born 26.5.1641 in Fischhausen, He was on 14.5.1661 for the study of theology in Königsberg and was enrolled here referred to as “Pillaviensis”. His parents are indicated as Auli advocate fisci Ambrose et Sabine Berman and Wegener, Daughter of Master Caspar Wegener, the Lutheran preacher in a short biography in the province of Livonia as archdeacon in Königsberg called. 1667 Ambrsius was provost of the Rev. Christopher Kleinschmidt adjunctus chosen for Ruien. In this position he remained until 1669, then he went to a pastor[...]
Constantin Caspar Andreas Grewingk, born 2/14. January 1819 in Fellin (Livonia) was the son of Johann Caspar Stadtsyndicus Grewingk and his wife Christine nee Schramm. Of the highly educated parents, he was 1828-1836 sent to the Institute for Birkenruh Dersche Holla at contact and from 1836-1837 he prepared the Tartu school before the study, so that it is in August 1837 phil as at the national university of Dorpat student. could enroll.