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By King Friedrich Wilhelm II. elevated to the peerage

Wappen der Grafen von der Groeben

Included arms: Prince Carl von der Osten Sacken called, Counts of Hertzberg, the Count von Blumenthal, von der Schulenburg, Carl Georg Heinrich Graf von Hoym, the counts of the Groeben (Gröben) the Count von der Goltz, Counts of Kalckreuth, by Beyer, Samuel of Boulet, Peter Henry of Conninx, Heinrich Friedrich von Diez, Johann Wilhelm von Dittmar, Christian Wilhelm von Dohm, Victor Tobias Ernst von Ernsthausen, by Jacobi, George William Jaeger Feldt, Hans Wilhelm von Kummer, Joachim Frederick of Lamprecht, Franz von Redecker, of[...]



Archbishop Ludwig Ernst Borowski of

At the 17. June 1740 Ludwig Ernst Borowski is the son of Andreas Ernst Hofglöckners Borowski was born in Königsberg. Among his mentors are the captain of Kunheim (Regimental commander von Thadden) Baron von Loeben and the General Field Marshal von Roder. His father owned a paint factory in the old town, in the 1738 the position of a Hofglöckners at the Castle Church took over. Ernst Ludwig and his brother Georg Heinrich (Professor of Natural Sciences in Frankfurt on the Oder +1801) visited the vaunted Friedrichskollegium (then still with pietistic orientation) 15 Borowski was years old, as he left to enroll at the University of Konigsberg.