Among the prominent men, that emerged from the county Hohenstein, is also the Minister of Louis Philippe Hagen. His work was not devoted primarily to the County of Hohenstein, it is her but had benefited. Born 3. More 1724 Hagen's family estate on the old Stöckey, he devoted himself (as did his father, District of Hohensteinsche Friedrich Philipp von Hagen, who was known for his diligent in office and his excellent management of his estates) the Prussian civil service. This included a good general education[...]
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This work begins with the patrician Zacharias Tappen, to which 1500 Hildesheim lived and was married to Salome by dam. Salome came from the patrician family of that name in Brunswick. His son was Rötger Council- Mr. and trade in Hildesheim, and he owned a factory in Antwerp. He died in February 1564. Even his son followed in the footsteps of his father as a Council- Commerce and Mr.. Frederick was born 1543. He married 1. Margarethe Kniphoff, Daughter of the mayor, Hans and Margaret Brandis Kniphoff. In[...]
Already Friedrich Wilhelm Christian von Hagen, Born on 18.3.1754 Uthleben near Nordhausen was already chief forester in Ilsenburg. From his two marriages 1. Sophie Christine Liesenberg +18.9.1798 Ilsenburg and 2. mit Christiane Charlotte Hardegen +24.4.1851 Ilsenburg, nine children are known and the six sons of whom I would like to describe here in detail, continued this tradition and devoted themselves to the forestry profession. The first son of Heinrich August *13.11.1776 Ilsenburg was forester in Silesia, Two son, Karl Ludwig *12.1.1787, was forester in Annaburg.