Sosa : 72
(Friedrich Wilhelm KÖNEMANN)
(Frederich Guilleaume KOENEMANN)
 Фридрих Вильгельм Кёнеман


  • Born between 16 August 1770 and 20 August 1770 - Aachen, Rheinland, Preussen
  • Deceased after 1846 - Moskau, Russland / Москва, Россия
  • Commis chez un fabricant de drapé demeurant ici rue de Klötzerbahn, Eupen / Клерк у суконного фабриканта, проживающий на улице Klötzerbahn в Эйпене

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Фридрих Вильгельм Кёнеман родился между 16 и 20 августа 1770 года. Это выясняется путём сопоставления возраста его, как отца, на свидетельствах о рождении двух его детей, родившихся в разные годы в августе. Одного ребёнка, появившегося на свет 15 августа 1806 года, Фридрих родил в 35 лет, как записано в свидетельстве. А в свидетельсвте другого, появившегося 20 августа 1810 года, возраст Фридриха значится как 40 лет. Значит, в один из этих дней, с 16 по 20 августа, у него было день рождение.

Неизвестно, когда он умер. Последний раз его имя появляется 26 января 1846 года как крёстного отца в свидетельстве о рождении его внука Эдуарда Кёнемана, родившегося в Соболеве Богородского уезда Московской губернии. В это время ему было 75 лет, и он должен был быть в добром здравии, чтобы числиться крёстным отцом. Предположительно, он прожил не менее 80 лет.

The last time his name was appeared in documents on January 26th, 1846 when he became the Godfather of his grandson Eduard Koenemann, who was born in Sobolevo, Bogorodsk Uyezd, Moscow Province, Russia.

Friedrich Wilhelm Koenemann lived in Moscow in the house #306 (собственный дом 306), block 3 (3 квартал Прих. Петра и Павла в Семён.), Lefortovo (Лефортовская часть) owned bу his son Albert, 2nd Guild Moscow Merchant (Московский купец 2 Гильдии).

Friedrich could die from 1848 to 1862.

Friedrich moved to Russia somewhere from 1820-s to 1830-s with his wife Johanna Adelheid PELTZER and children.

At least three of his children changed their citizenship to Russian in 1828 from Prussian.

His son Eduard (born 1801) declared in his paperwork in 1828 that he was a citizen of Netherlands.

His son Albert (born in 1803 in Eupen) also declared that he was a citizen of Netherlands, but in some documents he was shown as the person as "foreign" nationality.

His son Victor (born in Eupen in 1805) said in 1828 that he had before Prussian citizenship.

Since 1713 with the Treaty of Utrecht, Brabant and Limburg (with Eupen) was part of Austrian Habsburgs Empire before Napoleon took it in 1794. So by 1815 Eupen was French, from 1815 to 1920 - Prussian/German, and after 1920 - Belgian.

In reality, because Eupen was annexed by Revolutionary France and became part of the département Ourthe, préfecture Liège, sous-préfecture Malmedy (from 1794 to 1815), original birth certificates of Friedrich Koenemann's children who were born in Eupen were written in French.

By the time the family moved from Eupen to Russia in 1820s, Eupen became Prussian city. But historically, after Eupen obtained city rights in 1674, it had the population of might-be-Koenemann ancestors who could claim themselves as Dutch (Netherlands), consider that in 1582 Eupen was burned down by Dutch troops.

Eduard, Albert and Victor Koenemanns could call themselves either of Netherlands, or Prussian origin, but neither French nor Austrian citizens.

We know that in 1680 there was an introduction of textile manufacture in Eupen. It is more likely that Friedrich Wilhelm Koenemann was a person of deep knowledge in textile manufacturing, so he moved his family to Russia in 1820-s to help his sons to start new textile plants in Russia what they actually did.

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Rel. Evangelisch-Lutherisch

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