The heir of the family Lepsius
Here, the number of Lepsiaten from the first known ancestor in the descending line
Georg Leps: White tanner in Trebbin in the center Mark, is first in 1697 mentioned in the parish register as Taufzeuge. He died on 7.5.1699, his wife on 24.8.1721.
Peter Leps, White tanner is also a leather- have operated and wool trade. He died on 20.6.1715. He was married to the daughter of Pastor Krause to Barnim, by whom he had eight children.
Peter Christoph Lepsius, Born on 30.3.1712, visited 1726 the Gymnasium in Berlin and studied law since 1733 in Hall. He received his doctorate at the 2.6.1740. Since 1752 it is called in Naumburg Domprobst. He was married in December 1741 Karoline Wilhelmine mit Erdmuthe, which at 19.4.1793 died. Of his children lived in the year, only a son.
Johann August Lepsius, Born on 19.4.1745 in Naumburg, had also opted for a degree in law, he was city magistrate to Naumburg, 1786 Magistrates and 1792 Lord Chamberlain and 1797 Mayor. Of his seven children survived him only three.
Carl Peter Lepsius, Born on 2.6.1775, also graduated in law at Jena and Leipzig. Since 23.7.1801 Member of the Masonic Lodge ArchiMedis, He was 1812 Finanzprokurator the Thuringian district, 1815 Direktor of Inquisitionsrats, soon after, he was Chief Executive of the Naumburg circle. Married Lepsius was with Friederike glasses, a daughter of the composer Ludwig Carl Traugott glasses. After her death he married the younger sister Julie. From a total of two marriages come 9 Children, including the famous Egyptologist Karl Richard Lepsius, Born on 23.12.1810 in Naumburg.
Carl Peter Lepsius: The heir of Lepsius family since the last decade of the seventeenth century, a memorandum, Naumburg: Sieling 1851