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Re: Leonhard Euler
Posted by: Bill Euler Date: July 15, 2001 at 15:27:49
In Reply to: Leonhard Euler, FAMOUS in math, 1700's by K. McCullough of 98

I've been dabbling in geneology for the past year and have researched my ancestors on the Euler side back to Johann Caspar Euler 1723-1801 and Johann Heinrich Euler 1750-1833. It sounds as if Johann (or Johan) might have been a fairly common given name. I, too, have read a lot about Leonhard but haven't uncovered much about his origin. I'm going to keep on looking.


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