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Environmental scientists William Liesegang from Ilfeld

Ilfeld-um-1890

William was born the son of Liesegang Liesegang hotel owner Emil (1858-1929) and his wife, Charlotte Pabst from Lipprechterode (1870-1944) His father William Edward (1810-1880) Master tailor in Ilfeld, was the brother of my great-great-great-great-grandfather, Friedrich August Liesegang, Gardeners in Ileld. William had three other siblings Liesegang, of which Walter (1899-1997) the hotel from the father took. William was married to Ilse Come Ritz (1902-1976) a subsidiary of the bank officials Emil Come Ritz Liebstadt (East Prussia) Elsbeth and Stephani. His son Dietrich (*1930-1989) Dipl war. Ing., Beim directory[...]



From Netzkater to Sophienhof

Historically, to report, that from 8.4.1945 Ilfeld and environment has been put in readiness for defense.. and Lieutenant Colonel Grand Cross moved his command post in the hotel Netzkater. The basement of the hotel served as a dressing room from now on. Owner Walter Liesegang (10.10.1899 – 11.11.1997) and family were evacuated and housed in Hufhaus. At the 13.4.1945 began the bombardment of mortars, but only at the railways and the railway station building in anrichtete Netzkater damage. A launcher missile fell on the track between the paper mill and the cleats Otto and tore the[...]